Girl Scouts Gives Back
Benefits of Girl Scouting in the local community video produced by Donna LaMore.
Winning Video for the St. Louis Cardinals Greatest Save Teen PSA
Ladue Junior Jenna Kalishman's PSA was recently selected as the winner of the St. Louis Cardinals "Great Save Teen" Public Service Announcement contest.
St. Louis students were invited to take part in the National Teen PSA Peer to Peer Crime Prevention Project. Students created a 30-second message on any topic that raises awareness with the goal of preventing teen victimization. As a recognized charity of Major League Baseball, the winning video and school will be recognized on the field during a pre-game ceremony with the St. Louis Cardinals.
Featured video on the Global Student Square
Senior Ian Mason produced this video which was recently featured on the Global Student Square, a youth-led initiative to globalize and democratize journalism.
The Trump Administration recently repealed the Obama Administration's environmental policies on companies carbon outputs and “gagged” multiple federal agencies to get them to stop publishing papers and conducting studies on climate change. Many have wondered what this means for the government employees. Meet Brian Ettling who is a part time ranger at Crater Lake National Park in Oregon during the summer and a lobbyist for Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) in the winter.
Ladue Schools Today - High School Construction Update 2017
Ladue Horton Watkins High School Principal Brad Griffith updates the community on the construction and talks about redesigning space for temporary classrooms.
Photo of the Week
Scholarship recipients at the 10th Annual LAASA (Ladue African American Student Alliance) Recognition Brunch May 6, 2017. Theme: Sankofa "remembering our past, to protect our future"
Photo by Marteana Davidson
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