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The Quad, nearly empty during second lunch. This is a regular sight at CHS.

Too Cold in the Quad

Alison Booth and Caitlin Kuhlmann December 17, 2021

It is a frigid winter day. You take a step out into the quad. The sky is covered in gray, depressing clouds. The skin on your hands feels as if it is breaking to pieces when exposed to the dry wind. Even...

Chs junior Esther Wang works on her computer and talks with a friend during a lunch period in the CHS Commons.

How Do We Socialize?

Alex Cohen, Sports Section Editor December 14, 2021

March 12, 2020 was the last day of normal school for most Clayton students. It was the last day of face to face conversations, unmarred by face masks. It was the last day of students and staff sitting...

The main course of the menu: macaroni and cheese with a side of steamed carrots. The steamed carrots were obviously from cans.

A Suggestion for School Lunches

Caleb Park and Stella Bishop December 14, 2021

Here at CHS, students could be seen pouring out into the Commons for lunch nearly every day. Three choices beset each student for lunch: to prepare lunch at home before bringing and eating it, to leave...

Washington University in Saint Louis (WashU)

College Debt in the United States

Sidra Major and Kipp Vitsky December 7, 2021

$103,456. That's three times the median-annual salary of an American adult. That’s half the cost of the median-valued home in the U.S. That's four times the amount an adult must make annually to live...

Pfizer-BioNTech is the first agency to distribute boosters against the Delta Variant.  Recently, Pfizer announced that the vaccine is 90% effective in children ages 5-11.

The Pfizer Booster Awaits

Charlie Miller, Page Editor November 13, 2021

Back in the spring of 2021, the majority of sophomores and upperclassmen received two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at CHS. By partnering with the Sinks and Medley Pharmacy, students were...

Service dog in training rests after a long day of work.

Service Dogs at CHS

Ivy Slen, Reporter November 11, 2021

There is no doubt that since the start of the pandemic mental health in teens has been at an all-time low. A study from WebMD said that “46% of 977 parents of teens said their child has shown signs of...

Hannah Teagan, goalie, leads the varsity field hockey team across the field during a game.

Our Athletes and Academics

Isabel Erdmann, Page Editor November 4, 2021

Clayton’s top tier academics are continuously highly ranked on not only the state level, but national as well. CHS isn’t only home to some of the brightest minds, it’s also home to dedicated athletes...

The heading of the Nov. 22, 1968 issue of Clamo.

Retrospective: Clamo and Politics in 1968

Caleb Park, Reporter November 3, 2021

The year was 1971, and Congress had recently passed a monumental piece of legislation. This piece of legislation would become the twenty-sixth amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which lowered the minimum...

2 Miles Out

2 Miles Out

Zoe Daniels-Sankey, Reporter October 28, 2021

Getting into your car, walking into a grocery store, and buying food for you and your family is something that many of us take for granted. However for some people and their families, even a simple task...

A vape product exchanges hands.

Substance Addiction at CHS

Avie Mallon, Reporter October 27, 2021

CHS Junior Rebecca Johnson* (names have been changed to protect the anonymity of the students) never wanted to vape or smoke herself, even though all her friends did it. However, being around substance...

Children play in a preschool before COVID-19

Will COVID Impact the Social Development of Babies?

Chloe Wolfe, Reporter October 4, 2021

Earlier this year, Miles Faluda learned he was not the only baby in the world. Miles, born in January of 2020, is nearing his second birthday, yet has only recently met someone his own age for the first...

The welcoming sign to the beginning of the Schlafly Art Fair.

The Schlafly Art Outside Festival

Charlie Meyers, Reporter October 4, 2021

As you step foot into the festival, acoustic guitar and drum beats play in the background, while the smell of the Schlafly brewery fills your nose and the feel of community surrounds you. Rows and rows...

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