Webster’s 22nd Annual Chili Fest will be Wednesday, Nov. 27, from 5-7 p.m. Hosted by the Parents Club, this is one of their largest fundraisers of the year.
STUCO nominee, Quinton Nehring, and band nominee, Lillian Ortinau were crowned King and Queen of the 81st annual Friendship Dance on Nov. 2.
Webster Groves School District schools will begin an hour and a half later than usual due to inclement weather, according to a message from superintendent Dr. John Simpson.
Superintendent John Simpson announced the three finalists to fill the vacancy left by Arnold Stricker. Those candidates are Joel Oliver, Brian McQueary and Erin Gunn.
Veterans Day is a big event for Webster Groves High school, 60 veterans will speak to students on Nov. 7, as part of the Veterans Day celebration. Each social studies room will have five different veterans from each era to share their stories.
All Write will be shortened to three days, running March 4-6 of 2020. This is two days fewer than the typical five-day run of the festival.
“Chicago the Musical” will be directed by drama teacher Todd Schaefer and assistant director senior Zia Massena.
Students look forward to shopping for outfits and making plans with friends, in preparation for the annual WGHS and Kirkwood High Friendship Dance. Since 1939, the two “rival” schools have come together to celebrate the dance.
Michael Blessing Contributing Writer Area athletes will gather for Run 4 Webster, aka. the Ivory Crockett Run Oct. 19. The event is sponsored by Webster Groves School District Foundation, and the money earned goes to grants and scholarships. New this… Read More ›
When students run in to grab their morning caffeine fix, they can now browse shelves and racks of spirited clothing and merchandise. The collaboration between the Parents Club and Special School District (SSD) combines the Spirit Store and Coffee Shop into one place near the Drama Hallway.
The annual Webster Tackles Cancer game will be Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. on Moss Field. It may be different than in the past because it will not be sponsored by the Scott Harris Oliphant Foundation this year.
Parent-teacher conferences will be the week of Oct. 7. Parents will visit WGHS and get a summary of how their children are doing this school year so far.
Rock Hill will have its Fall Festival and Parade Oct. 5. The parade will begin at 11 a.m. and end about 12 p.m., and the festival will be at Hudson School once the parade concludes. The festival will offer several attractions from food trucks, face painting and pony rides. The free event will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
State legislators have moved the school starting day to later in the year. Next year class will begin Aug. 24.
The 13th annual Caleb Nehring Blood Drive is Oct. 1, at the Shrewsbury City Center from 12 to 7 p.m.
The drive is held in memory of Caleb Nehring, who was seven years old when he was diagnosed with stage four rhabdomyosarcoma, one of the most common forms of soft tissue cancer in children.
Jaden Fields Junior Editor Students held a walkout to raise awareness of climate change during fourth hour at 10 a.m. on Sept. 20. The walkout was organized via a GroupMe created by the student organizers, seniors Ashley Cimerolli and Patrick… Read More ›
Students held a walkout to raise awareness of climate change during fourth hour at 10 a.m. today, Sept. 20.