Alumna Maddy Raimondo will join the Webster Groves School District as an assistant principal for the 2020-2021 school year.
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 ›
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.
Six seniors signed letters of intent to play collegiate football on the morning of Feb. 5. The athletes are Jerqon Conners, Cole Schnettgoecke, Greg Birkhead, Maurion Clemons, Noah Arinze, and Kameron Yancey. Jerqon Conners committed to University of Nebraska Kearney,… Read More ›
Schools in the Webster Groves school district are to be released early due to inclement weather. All schools shall be releasing at noon. After school activities will also be canceled for this afternoon.
Schools and district offices will be closed today, Friday, Jan. 17, due to predictions of sleet and freezing rain. Monday, schools will be closed to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Due to inclement weather, WGSD will not have school tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 17. Before and after school activities and events will also be canceled.
Webster Groves School District will not have classes Monday, Dec. 16, due to inclement weather.
Coach Cliff Ice, who has worked as assistant activities director and head football coach since 1999, plans to retire at the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
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.