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NAACP to Host Second Ladue Schools Town Hall Meeting on Dec. 5 - 11/30/2016 - Update 12/1/2016
On Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, the St. Louis County NAACP will be hosting its second Town Hall Meeting to continue to facilitate discussions for residents, staff members and alumni of the Ladue School District. The meeting will take place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at The Ethical Society of St. Louis, located at 9001 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO 63117. This is a follow-up to the Town Hall Meeting held on Nov. 23, 2016, as many were not able to attend due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
The purpose of the Town Hall Meeting is to provide a forum for Ladue School District residents, alumni and staff to share their thoughts and feelings about race relations in the district. Seating will be limited and attendees are asked to arrive early and have proof of residency, district employee identification, or be able to provide their name and year of graduation.Get More Information
Statement on Incidents at LHWHS - 11/16/2016
District staff members at every level are deeply concerned about the incidents that have occurred at our high school in the last few days. We are a district that believes in providing our students not only with academic opportunities, but also with opportunities to learn and grow in a safe and inclusive environment. Clearly, we have work to do, but we remain committed to providing a safe and positive learning environment for all of our students.
The link below will take you to additional information regarding the two incidents that have received so much attention over the past week by the news media, as well as social media. While it is generally not our practice to share this level of detail with our community on discipline issues, we feel the climate in our district requires it at this time. The conversations we have going forward will be difficult and they should be based on facts.
In reviewing this information, please be aware that student privacy laws specifically prohibit the district from disclosing personally identifiable student information, including disciplinary information. Our goal is to be as transparent as possible while still complying with the law.
High school and district administrators are working with student and teacher leaders, and partnering with outside agencies, to begin meaningful conversations prior to the end of the week.Get More Information
Location Change for Board Meeting on Nov. 15, 2016 - 11/15/2016
IMPORTANT! The location of tonight’s Ladue Schools Board of Education meeting is being changed in anticipation of a larger audience than usual. This is a regularly scheduled Board of Education Work Session that begins at 6 p.m. and will now be held in the Ladue Horton Watkins High School library (1201 S. Warson Road, St. Louis, MO 63124).Get More Information
Online Registration for New Ladue Schools Students - 11/9/2016
We are excited to welcome new students to our schools! The registration process starts by clicking on “Start the Registration Process” below. From there you will be guided through the online process of providing us with the information you need to register your child(ren), and to making an appointment to meet with a registrar in the building your child will be attending. We look forward to meeting you and your family!Start the Registration Process
Have Your Name Inscribed at the New LHWHS!
Be a part of Ladue Horton Watkins High School (LHWHS) history by ordering an inscribed brick that will be a part of the finished LHWHS campus.Learn More
Calling All Alumni!
A new official Ladue Horton Watkins High School Alumni Association website has been launched just for you! It’s a great way to connect with old school friends, share stories of life after high school and build a sense of community.
To graduates of LHWHS … If the district has your contact information on file, they will send out personalized login information so that you can sign in to the website, keep your information up-to-date for reunion planning and make sure you know what’s going on at the high school, in the district and with the Ladue Education Foundation (LEF). If you don’t receive your login information by email or in the mail by Dec. 1, email email@example.com.Visit Website
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
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
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