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it doesn’t have to end.

it doesn’t have to end.

Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Lila Taylor, and Sara Stemmler

May 10, 2019


Filed under Cover Stories, Latest, Local News

Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Lila Taylor, Sara Stemmlerit doesn’t have to end.In 1971, as a result of overcrowding in schools, city officials informed parents of students attending public schools in St. Louis that their children would be moved to a deteriorating, dated bui lding miles away from t...

Beyond the Board

Beyond the Board

Luka Bassnett, Disha Chatterjee, Kaia Mills-Lee, Grace Snelling, and Lila Taylor

April 24, 2019


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How can the School District of Clayton attain its vision for the Profile of the Graduate? The Globe examines the potential for student and teacher voice and leadership in the District by considering new opportunities and examining past roles that have been lost. ...

Those Who Came Before Us

Those Who Came Before Us

Globe Staff

March 15, 2019


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Foreword Dr. Sean Doherty, Superintendent Start with the end in mind. In the development of our Clayton curricula, we use an approach called Backward Design or Understanding by Design. The fundamental formula is the development of learning goals first (the WHY), then determining methods (the HOW) f...

63105: The Gilded Zip Code

63105: The Gilded Zip Code

Michael Bernard,, Jacob LaGesse, Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Sara Stemmler, Anna Sturmoski, and Lila Taylor

February 4, 2019


Filed under Cover Stories, Social Justice Reporting

63105: The Gilded Zip CodeMichael Bernard, Jacob LaGesse, Michael Melinger, Grace Snelling, Sara Stemmler, Anna Sturmoski and Lila TaylorEvery August, a new class of Sperry-stepping, Patagonia-sporting students strut through the doors of CHS into what will be one of their many experiences with the ...

A House Divided

A House Divided

Grace Snelling, Sara Stemmler, Lila Taylor, Jacob LaGesse, David Higuchi, and Disha Chatterjee

December 27, 2018


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In the latest cover story, the Globe explores the political climate of Clayton and the US surrounding many current issues of debate, such as climate change, the Trump administration, Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court and more. Click below for an immersive reading experience, or scroll...

Why Do We Still Play Football?

Why Do We Still Play Football?

Jacob LaGesse, Shane LaGesse, Michael Melinger, and Jimmy Malone

November 6, 2018


Filed under Cover Stories, Features, Videos

All videos included in this story are segments of GET Episode 3, a video edition of this cover story produced by Sean Kim and Michael Melinger, members the Greyhound News Network and Video Production staffs and editors of the Globe....

A More Perfect School

A More Perfect School

Zachary Fisher, Grace Snelling, Sara Stemmler, Lila Taylor, and Richard Cheng

October 5, 2018


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“A More Perfect School...” What would a school look like if it was designed with human biology and best learning practices in mind? According to the leading minds in educational and learning research, we would sleep more and move more. We would have more time to process and to think. We would be disc...

Welcome to the Doghouse

Welcome to the Doghouse

September 6, 2018


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The Globe welcomes the new faculty at Clayton High School with a Q&A about their teaching career, plans for the future, and more! Click on a teacher's profile below to learn more.

The Clayton Dining Scene

The Clayton Dining Scene

February 24, 2018


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Pipeline to Prison

Pipeline to Prison

Noah Brown, Charlie Brennan, Grace Snelling, and Jacob LaGesse

January 10, 2018


Filed under Cover Stories, Latest, Social Justice Reporting

According to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), America, the “land of the free,” is home to only 5 percent of the world population, but incarcerates 20 percent of the world’s prisoners. 34 percent of these inmates are African American, most of them having not graduated high school. In...

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