The Ladue School District has a long tradition of excellence in education. Click the header of this post to watch this brief video, updated in March 2018, to learn more about our history, what makes us unique, and how we are planning for the future.
Families and schools need to balance the child’s school attendance with the risk of spreading illness to others in the school. Sometimes even minor illnesses require the child to stay home just to prevent the further spread of a contagious disease. Click here for information and tips about when to keep your child home.
Click on the header to get the link to additional information about the incident that occurred on Wednesday afternoon (10/25/17), when a student at Old Bonhomme Elementary School was followed home. Thankfully, the child made it home safely and immediately reported what happened. The investigation continues and the district recommends that parents and students continue … Continue reading “Update on Incident Involving Old Bonhomme Student”
Yesterday (Wednesday 10/25) afternoon, there was a report of a child who is a student of Old Bonhomme Elementary School being followed home from school by a man in a black car. The child is safe. However, the Olivette Police Department is investigating, and it is important to note that a similar incident was reported … Continue reading “Caution to Parents of Children Walking/Riding to School”
On Thursday, Oct. 5, 2016 from 6 – 8 p.m at the LHWHS Performing Arts Center., Dr. E. Terrance (Terry) Jones, a professor at the University Missouri – St. Louis will present St. Louis and Race: The Weight of History, a factual accounting of the roots of racism in the St. Louis area. The community … Continue reading “St. Louis and Race: The Weight of History”