Category Archives: Students

Boys Varsity Soccer Finishes Strong with All-Conference Recognitions

Coach Matt Prange was named Suburban South Conference Coach of the Year with Varsity Boys players also earning All-Conference recognition.

Defensive Player of the Year:  Steven Orgill, Senior

First Team:  

Eric Stuber, Senior: Goalie

Michael Wielansky, Junior: Midfielder

Eric Petersen, Senior: Defender

2013 Second Team

Nathan Rushing, Senior: Midfielder

Reid Cytron, Senior: Midfielder

Patrick Sullivan, Senior: Defender

 

Conway’s Reynolds Shows His Dance Moves

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Carter Reynolds, a kindergartener at Conway Elementary School, was recently seen dancing on television, in a KSDK story about a dancing class for children with cerebral palsy.  Both Carter, and his mother Shelly Reynolds, are interviewed in this heartwarming and inspiring story.

Ladue Broadcast Technology Students Win National Awards

Ladue View team award

The student-produced television show Ladue View, finished 8th in the nation for “Best of Show” at the 2013 JEA/NSPA (Journalism Education Association/National Scholastic Press Association). Over 5,500 journalism students and advisers attended this conference in Boston.

Ladue Broadcast Technology Report and Video

Find Out Why Students, Staff and Parents Say “We Love Ladue!”

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On the last few days of the 2012-13 school year, students, staff and parents were asked “Why does your school rock?”  Find out what they said at…

Ladue Middle School, Reed Elementary School and Spoede Elementary School

Conway Elementary School, Old Bonhomme Elementary School and Ladue Horton Watkins High School

Speech and Debate Teams Find Success at Local Round Robins

The Ladue Horton Watkins High School speech and debate team, the Talking Rams, competed in the Oakville Events Round Robin hosted by Oakville High School on Friday, November 1. 2013 and the Brentwood Debate Round Robin hosted by Brentwood High School on Saturday, November 2, 2013.

Spoede Elementary School Wins Chess Tournament

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On October 12, 2013, Spoede Elementary School clinched its first chess tournament of the year.  Only four Spoede Elementary School players were able to participate at the tournament, held at Crossroads Preparatory School.  However, the team was still able to outperform some of the top rated schools in St. Louis.  Overall, there were 152 students participating K-6, with 10 schools represented.

Pictured here:  Anderson Dai, Sahil Chatwal, Roshen Chatwal and Benjamin Liu

Fire Prevention Week at Reed

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Did you know that two out of every five home fires start in the kitchen? That’s an astounding number and with the help of the Ladue Fire Department, Reed Elementary School students are learning to make their homes and kitchens safer. The Ladue Fire Department made a visit to Reed Elementary School on Thursday, October 18, 2013, to teach kids how to prevent kitchen fires.

LHWHS’ Bry and Thompson Published in Gateway Varsity Sports

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In October 2013, Ladue Horton Watkins High School (LHWHS)  juniors Aaron Bry and Danielle Thompson published an article and a photo, respectively, about LHWHS’ girls field hockey team in the second edition of Gateway Varsity Sports, a local magazine featuring area high school sports.  

Ted Nash Performs at Ladue Fifth Grade Center

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Grammy-nominated artist Ted Nash recently performed for students at the Ladue Fifth Grade Center.  The performance was coordinated by a parent and provided students the opportunity to enjoy the musical talent of this accomplished musician.

LMS Students Volunteer at Urban Harvest

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As published by Ladue News on September 26, 2013…

Urban Harvest STL volunteers and Whole Foods Market Galleria team members joined together to prepare the UHSTL downtown community garden for fall. The gardeners weeded, mulched and harvested several pounds of tomatoes to be donated to St. Patrick Center’s McMurphy’s Grill, and enjoyed a free organic salad lunch in honor of the Whole Kids Foundation. Ladue School District middle school students Luke Minkler, Ashley Byer and Maggie Lochmoeller (shown left to right) volunteer at the garden.