Volunteer Your Time and Knowledge by Participating on a Board Advisory Committee

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Eleven Positions Open — Deadline for Application is April 6, 2018 The Ladue School District is fortunate to have residents with a wide variety of skills, knowledge, experience, and talents. Along with district administrators, Board members, staff, and district patrons with expertise in specific areas serve on Board Advisory Committees in the areas of Curriculum & … Continue reading “Volunteer Your Time and Knowledge by Participating on a Board Advisory Committee”


Get to Know the Ladue School District

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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.


Ladue Educator’s Association Scholarships Available

Headline Categories: Ladue Educator's Association

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 eseabaugh@ladueschools.net by Monday, May 7, … Continue reading “Ladue Educator’s Association Scholarships Available”


Jahnke to Retire as Superintendent of Ladue School District in 2019

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Superintendent Dr. Donna Jahnke has announced she will retire effective June 30, 2019. At the time of her retirement, she will have served in education a total of 36 years, 32 of those in the Ladue School District. Dr. Jahnke, the Board of Education, and the district’s administrative team have outlined a plan to ensure … Continue reading “Jahnke to Retire as Superintendent of Ladue School District in 2019”


When to Keep Your Child Home From School

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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.