Sharing the struggles and celebrating the accomplishments of diverse ethnic groups and minorities is essential to our students’ educations here in the Ladue School District. One way we build upon this learning is through hosting special events open to not only our students but also to their families and the broader Ladue Schools community. This … Continue reading “You’re Invited! Ladue Schools Hosts Educational Events Celebrating Diversity”
Do you know a LHWHS grad or child of an LEA member who is working toward a degree in education? If so, then have them apply for one of two $2,000 scholarships from the Ladue Educator’s Association! Applicants can fill out the form linked below and email requested items to email@example.com by Monday, May 6, … Continue reading “Ladue Educators’ Association Scholarships Available”
The Ladue School District is pleased to announce that two of its schools, Ladue Middle School and Ladue Early Childhood Center, were each named a 2019 State School of Character (SSOC) by the Character Education Partnership (CEP). The Ladue School District was also recognized as a 2019 State District of Character. Ladue Middle School has … Continue reading “LMS, LECC & District Receive Character Education Honors”
On Monday, Jan. 28, 2019, the Ladue Schools Board of Education approved a number of appointments for the 201920 school year, including three key administrative positions: Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources, principal of Conway Elementary School, and principal of Old Bonhomme Elementary School. Click here for more information.
Three individuals have filed to run for the two open Board of Education positions in the April 2, 2019 elections. The candidates, in the order they will appear on the ballot, are: Sheldon Johnson, Jeff Kopolow and Leslie Tolliver. Click here to find additional information about each candidate. An opportunity to meet the candidates personally … Continue reading “Meet the Board of Education Candidates”