Spoede LEAP Summer Routes Now Available!
Middle School & High School Summer Bus Routes Now Available!
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We invite you to travel the path so many visitors have taken to see this facility originally built in 1951, understand how it has been repurposed numerous times over the last 60 years and why the Ladue School District is considering a major renovation project. Of course, the best way ...
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Nominations Open for Local Heroes Award
The Ladue Horton Watkins High School Distinguished Alumni committee, in conjunction with the Ladue Education Foundation, announces the creation of the Local Heroes Award. This recognition will honor Ladue School District graduates for lifetime achievements in excellence and for contributions that have impacted the St. Louis community. Nominations are now being accepted.More Info and Nomination Form
Strategic Plan Development to Include Parent, Staff and Student Surveying
During this 2016-17 school year, the district will be updating its Strategic Plan. Much more than a document, this plan will guide how energy and resources are used in the coming years to maintain and improve achievement for all Ladue Schools students. Feedback from those most closely involved in our school community will be vital and will include input from students, parents and staff. Telephone surveying of parents and staff will take place from Sept. 10-30. Student surveying will be done only online, grades 5-12, and will be done during the course of the school day.Learn More About Strategic Planning Surveying
Hello, parents! Have you heard about the new Ladue Schools mobile app? Life is busy, and this is one more way of staying connected through a free hub of information about your child's school and the district as a whole! Click here for more informationView Mobile App Flyers
Bus Pick-Up and Drop-Off Information Is Now Available!
Information about bus routes, including bus stop locations and estimated pick-up and drop-off times are now available. Click on the link below to get information for all routes at all schools. Please also review the information provided about bus procedures, as well as specific information about the anticipated impact of construction on Old Bonhomme Road.Click here for routes and information
Volunteer as an OASIS Tutor...
OASIS tutors work directly with students in our schools from kindergarten to third grade to strengthen reading, writing, and language skills. Volunteers spend one half hour a week during the school day working one-on-one with a student. All materials are provided. Volunteers select the school and day they would like to tutor.
An informational meeting will be held on: Friday, August 26, 2016 from 9 to 10 a.m. Clayton School District Administrative Center - Rooms A & B 2 Mark Twain Circle Clayton, MO 63105
Click here to see the training session schedule for new OASIS volunteers.
For additional information, please contact Marilyn Kaufman at 314-983-5304 or email@example.comView OASIS Information
High School Renovation Updates
Keep up to date on the progress of renovations at Ladue Horton Watkins High School through this website completely dedicated to this project. Construction timelines and updates, photos and more will be posted as the process continues. Check back often!View website
Online Registration for Before & After School Care is now available!
Before & After School Care is offered at all four elementary schools: Conway, Old Bonhomme, Reed & Spoede. After School Care is offered at the Fifth Grade Center and the Ladue Middle School. These programs are designed to provide children with a safe, well-supervised and nurturing atmosphere before and/or after school.View additional information
Board Approves Elementary Attendance Boundary Adjustments
In order to address potential shifts in the elementary school student population, the Board of Education approved an elementary attendance boundary change at the May 23, 2016 meeting. The boundary change transitions portions of the Spoede Elementary School attendance areas to Conway Elementary School, but does not require any students currently attending Spoede Elementary School to change schools.Get Details Here
Please join us for the LHWHS Groundbreaking Event on Tuesday, May 31 at 5:30 p.m. Bring the family and feel free to invite friends and neighbors to this casual event to celebrate the beginning of construction of this long-awaited project. This celebration is simply a way for the district to thank the many people who worked so hard to make this important project become a reality. District and city officials will be on hand to say a few words and shovel the first dirt. No RSVP required!
LHWHS Named Top Public High School in State
Each year, U.S. News & World Report releases its list of best high schools in America. This year, Ladue Horton Watkins High School (LHWHS) was ranked third in Missouri and 346th nationally. In Missouri, 528 high schools were ranked with LHWHS being the highest ranked public school and coming in third for all schools behind Lincoln College Prep in Kansas City (1) and Metro Academic and Classical High School (2).Read News Release
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Ladue Educators' Association Scholarships
Do you know an LHWHS high school grad working toward a degree in education? If so, they can apply for one of two $2,000 scholarships from the LEA by May 13. The form is linked here.Complete the application
Proposition R Approved by Voters
Johnson and Kopolow Elected to Board - 4/6/2016
On April 5, 2016, voters in the Ladue School District approved Proposition R, an $85.1 million bond referendum, with 64.03% support. The primary purpose of the initiative is a major renovation of Ladue Horton Watkins High School. In addition, the Ladue Schools community elected Sheldon Johnson and Jeff Kopolow to the Ladue School Board.Get More Information