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

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 More »

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Fire Prevention Week at Reed

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 More »

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LHWHS’ Bry and Thompson Published in Gateway Varsity Sports

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 More »

LMS Urban Harvest Volunteers

LMS Students Volunteer at Urban Harvest

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 More »

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2012 Graduate Chesson Scores Against Akron

2012 Ladue Horton Watkins High School graduate Jehu Chesson captured after scoring a touchdown for the University of Michigan in a game against Akron University on September 14, 2013.  Final score: 28-24 More »

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LHWHS Sarah Jacobs Wins LMI Aerospace Award for Excellence in Research

Teenage scientists earn research awards from University of Missouri–St. Louis STARS program                 Nearly 90 students participated in the STARS program Thirty-five aspiring scientists who spent six weeks this summer conducting intensive More »

Old Bonhomme Recognized as Missouri State School of Character

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Old Bonhomme Elementary School is one of only 15 schools in Missouri to receive the State School of Character designation.  The program is conducted by CHARACTERplus®, a division of Cooperating School Districts, and is the most rigorous award process in the field of character education.

See video created by Old Bonhomme Physical Education teacher Connie Jander at Old Bonhomme’s School of Character banner presentation on May 16, 2013.

LHWHS Junior Cornell Johnston Featured on KSDK

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(KSDK Sports) – One of the most exciting high school basketball players in the area is a “living” testament to the power of determination.  Sports Director Rene Knott has seen him play and he just catches your eye.  He’s the “smallest” guy on the floor, yet, he always seems to do “big” things.  Meet Ladue Schools’ Junior Varsity guard: Cornell Johnston.

2012 Graduate Lauren Younge Has Solo Art Exhibition

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Lauren Younge, who graduated from Ladue Horton Watkins High School in 2012 and is currently a freshman at Southeast Missouri State University, participated in a solo art exhibition at the University City Library Gallery.  Younge exhibited work produced in her Advanced Placement Studio Art class in 2012.

2011-12 Graduate Keeps an Eye on the Department of Education

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Hannah Rosenthal, class of 2011, and current student at Princeton University, spent time over the 2012-13 winter break shadowing a Princeton University alumni around the U.S. Department Education.  She is pictured here with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.

LHWHS Junior Chang Wins “Poetry Out Loud” Contest

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Katy Chang, a junior at Ladue Horton Watkins High School, won the school’s Poetry Out Loud competition in early January and will be representing the Ladue School District at the St. Louis regional competition.

Award Presented for LECC Construction Best Practices

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The Ladue School District’s early childhood center was recognized for best practices in the construction industry by the St. Louis Council of Construction Consumers (SLCCC) during its annual awards on December 13, 2012 at the Sheraton Westport Lakeside Chalet, St. Louis, MO.

Old Bonhomme Parent Publishes Article After Sandy Hook Tragedy

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The following article reflecting the poignant perspective of a parent of two Old Bonhomme Elementary School Students appeared in the St. Louis Jewish Light on January 2, 2013.  Laura Silver shared her thoughts in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook shootings in this article Holding Teachers in Esteem.

Middle School Celebrates “I Am LMS” Day

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During the month of December 2012, Ladue Middle School celebrated its diversity.  On Thursday, December 20, 2012, the culminating event was “I Am LMS” day which featured student led presentations, speakers, dancing, videos and other activities.  Included in the videos was this student produced video on disabilities awareness.