Zora Thomas Business Manager WGHS faculty has been working to schedule a Senior Prom for Class of 2020 sometime this year. No information has been finalized yet; however, the current possible dates were based on when senior graduation is. Clifford… Read More ›
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.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, a number of local events have been postponed, including local elections and the Jim Schoemehl run.
Alumna Maddy Raimondo will join the Webster Groves School District as an assistant principal for the 2020-2021 school year.
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.
At its meeting on Feb. 10, the Webster Groves School Board announced Dr. Jason Adams would become the new assistant superintendent of teaching and learning for the district.
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.
Webster Groves School District will be closed through Apr. 3. The decision was made on Mar. 15 following a suggestion from St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson to close all schools in the St. Louis area until further notice. The district… Read More ›
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.
Students were dismissed at about 10 a.m. from school after a first-hour evacuation of all students and staff yesterday morning. Classes resumed as normal today. According to a district email, everyone was safe, and first responders as well as Ameren… Read More ›
“The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” is the first of two spring plays to be performed by the drama department this year.
Students were dismissed at about 10 a.m. from school after a first-hour evacuation of all students and staff, which was caused by reports of smoke. According to a district email, the smoke was caused by an electrical panel shorting out… Read More ›
Students were told today that the upcoming trip to Italy and Greece March 13-21, has been cancelled due to concerns regarding student safety.
Webster Groves School District is looking to reassign attendance zones to accommodate the six elementary schools. The district states the priorities for the new zones are enrollment balance, diversity, distance and safety.