Spirit Week featured activities including two pep rallies, Chili Fest and a bonfire.
The 114th annual Webster Groves and Kirkwood Turkey Day game took place Thursday, Nov. 25, on Moss Field. The game had a final score of 65-0 Kirkwood.
Teens for Choice STL organized a rally at Planned Parenthood in Forest Park to show support for the services it provides.
People of all ages, genders, sexualities and religions came with signs and stood along the road, cheering when cars honked in approval.
Rock Hill’s Fall Festival provided the community with a parade, petting zoo, children’s activities, games, inflatables and stage performances by Christian Misner (“Christian the Magician”) and Anita Jackson Oct. 2, at the Hudson Elementary School grounds. Photos by Brody Zarky
The social studies department will continue to observe Veterans Day with an assembly Friday, Nov. 12, with about 50 veterans participating.
The ceremony will be in Roberts Gym and will only be attended by social studies classes during first hour. During the remainder of the day veterans will follow the social studies teacher’s class schedule.
Seniors Annabelle Lewis, Sarah Ewing and Jenna Clark have played Varsity golf this season since practice started in early August. Photos by Samantha Klein
Drama department performed “10 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse” by Don Zolidis in the Jerry R. Knight Auditorium Oct. 28-30, at 7 p.m.
Photos by Izzy Poole
The Farmers Market in Kirkwood recently brought out all of its autumn decorations. This is one of its most busy times of the year so they go all out for fall. Photos by Lili Naert
Falling Fences performed at the Hawken House on Sept. 20, as part of the Hawken House Concert Series.
On Halloween, Anne Louise Williams will recite works by Edgar Allan Poe from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Hawken House as the Webster Groves Historical Society for the second year hosts “Poe on the Porch.”
Contributing writer Soledad Lee explores the Anne O’C. Nature Playscape inForest Park.
Varsity softball team practices on Sept. 21, for the Marquette High School game on Sept. 22. All photos by Dakota Motley
Taste of Saint Louis is an annual festival held in Ballpark Village with live music and several catering restaurants. This year it was held Sept. 24, through Sept. 26. The festival was cancelled last year due to COVID-19.
Photos by Hadley Hoskins
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) hosted a suicide prevention walk at Creve Coeur Park on Sept. 26, for family and friends of victims of suicide. Photos by Eleanor Kanerva
In the second home game of the season, the Varsity volleyball team played Marquette High School Sept. 20, in Roberts Gym.
Webster lost the match with three sets (set 1 score 25-18), (set 2 score 25-11) and (set 3 score 25-18).
Freshmen volleyball players bond and practice in Roberts Gym on Tuesday, Sept. 22. Photos by Ali Schulz
Volleyball players dedicated their Sept. 30, game to honor of late team member Kara Wrice. Team members and spectators wore purple to the game in memory of Wrice, who would wear a purple mask to practice. Money was collected and donated to the Kara Lynn Wrice Foundation.