News

Ivory Crockett Run goes virtual

Webster Groves School District Foundation’s Ivory Crockett Run for Webster has gone virtual this year.
Because the run has gone virtual this year the Run for Webster Committee has added more events and fun things to do around Webster.

College Board changes AP tests

COVID-19 has affected what school looks like, with most schools leaving campus and moving online. This makes it difficult to take any sort of test, and Advanced Placement (AP) tests are no exception.
On April 2, College Board, the creators and distributors of AP tests, released information regarding the adjustment to 2020 AP tests, after previously sending out a survey that garnered 18,000 respondents. 

STUCO elections will continue

Even though the coronacation is in full effect, all STUCO members are still trying their best to continue to uplift spirits and encourage Statesman positivity through social media and the use of technology. 

District extends building closure

Webster Groves School District will extend building closure through April 22.
The extension follows Stay at Home Orders issued in St. Louis County and St. Louis City to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Teachers show passion for black history

Social studies classes are celebrating Black History Month with the decorating of classroom doors.
The idea was proposed by social studies department head, Betty Roberts. The concept was to decorate classroom doors in honor of Black History Month and the many black activists, athletes, scientists and artists from history and present day.