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Do We Trust Students?

Do We Trust Students?

Charlie Meyers, Alex Cohen, and Kipp Vitsky November 14, 2023

Intro Homeschooling is the fastest-growing form of education in the United States. Citing statistics from thousands of school districts, The Washington Post reported that the number of families educating...

The club fair. Gathering in the gymnasium on August 25th, Best Buddies Club members advertised their organization to the greater student body. Seniors Luke Baker and Alex Cohen worked the table this year. Students mingled while leaders pitched their clubs.

More than Just a Club

Alison Booth, Reporter November 13, 2023

Under the soft glow of fluorescent lights, two Tuesdays a month, students gather in room 120 to build one-to-one friendships between people with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities...

The new Greyhound Scholar initiative devalues student interests which lie outside of academics

I am not a Greyhound Scholar

JiaLi Deck, Editor in Chief March 16, 2023
I implore the Clayton community to reassess how we value students. Do we value them as test takers? “A+” receivers? Scholars? Or as people. Humans. Kids who want to learn, have fun, and live a life which makes them happy.
Signs outside the entrances alert students of masking policies.

CT Post

Personal Choice or Political Statement?

Avie Mallon, Reporter May 20, 2022

On the morning of April 4th students walked into school nervously, masks stuffed in their back pockets.  As CHS makes the transition to mask-optional, students and teachers alike were relieved to see...

28 student journalists visited the University of Missouri Wednesday March 30 for the MIPA-MJEA Scholastic Journalism Day

Globe Wins 18 Awards at State Convention

Owen Auston-Babcock, Senior Managing Editor March 30, 2022

COLUMBIA, Mo. — 28 student journalists at Clayton High School attended this year’s Scholastic Journalism Day at the University of Missouri–Columbia Wednesday, March 30, 2022. The group, accompanied...

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...

The Covid Rollercoaster

The Covid Rollercoaster

Samantha Braidwood, Reporter October 11, 2021

Masked? Unmasked? Vaxed? Unvaxed? 2020-2021 have been just under two years of emotional, physical, and mental roller coasters. With mask mandates being enforced, and then unenforced, and enforced again,...

Clayton High School is obviously where the most concern arises for spread of COVID-19 in the School District of Clayton,  even though there has been no evidence of in-school transmission of it.

Block Scheduling is ‘The Wrong Thing’ for Clayton Schools

Kirby Miller, Page Editor May 6, 2021

Let’s look back at this crazy year we have experienced in school. In March 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic forced us to change our learning model for 4th quarter that year. It was the most lonely quarter...

Structure of a Globe outside Clayton High School. Students began returning to Clayton High School on November 9

Back to School

Ruthie Pierson, News Section Editor December 16, 2020

Despite COVID-19 cases continuing to rise in Missouri, CHS, as well as Wydown Middle School, returned to in-person learning on Monday, Nov. 9. Students were given two options. The school’s in-person...

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