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The Bottom Line on the Common Core - 12/19/2013
Public schools in Missouri are required to have fully implemented the Common Core State Standards in the 2014-15 school year and districts state-wide are working to align their curriculums in preparation for this required adoption. Ladue Schools has developed the website linked below to share information with our community about the Common Core State Standards, the Missouri Learning Standards, and what they mean to our district. You'll also find links to other resources for even more extensive information about these initiatives.
Ladue Schools Today - 12/18/2013
Two Ladue School District leaders discuss the impact health and wellness have on a child's learning. Guests: Sue Blumm, the district’s in-house representative from Chartwell’s and Connie Jander, Wellness Coordinator/PE at Old Bonhomme Elementary.
Filing Opens for April 2014 Board of Education Member Election- 12/12/2013
On April 8, 2014, voters in the Ladue School District will select three members to fill vacant positions on the Board of Education. Filing begins on Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at 8 a.m. and closes on Tuesday, January 21, 2014.
Information on Scabies - 11/21/2013
Scabies is an itchy skin condition caused by a tiny burrowing mite. Local news has recently reported confirmed case of scabies in the DeSoto School District and the City of St. Louis Charter Schools. Ladue Schools nurses are aware of these cases and have educated staff on recognizing the symptoms, so prompt intervention can be initiated, if warranted.
Ladue Schools Today - 11/19/2013
Education has been as impacted by the evolution of technology as much as any business or industry. Host Don Goble interviews the Ladue School District's Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction Dr. Laura Brock and the Ladue High School Technology Coordinator Adam Stirrat to discuss how today’s technology is impacting our classrooms, our students and how we teach and learn.