The student news site of Clayton High School.

The Globe

The student news site of Clayton High School.

The Globe

The student news site of Clayton High School.

The Globe

Lily Kleinhenz

Lily Kleinhenz, Chief Digital Editor

Lily Kleinhenz is a Junior at Clayton High School Missouri. She is a reporter and the Photo Editor for the Globe. Lily loves writing and reading, taking photos, shopping, and crocheting. This year, as a photo editor, Lily hopes to strengthen her photography skills and grow as a photojournalist. She is looking forward to this year!

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[Photo] Katy-Jane Johnson

September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Robert Sralla

September 1, 2022
Destiny Hooper

Destiny Hooper

September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Kim Zustiak

September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Chandra Brown

September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Scott Kreher

September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Nathan Fouquet

September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Ava Hughes

September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Brian Parish

September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Buddy Sodemann

September 1, 2022
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[Photo] Joshua McMillian

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[Photo] Editor’s Letter

December 17, 2021
Jamison received his Bachelor’s in English at Rockhurst University in 2008 with an emphasis on creative writing. Hoping to get his foot in the door as a writer, he then went on to work at a publishing company, where he realized that rather than actually writing he was primarily selling scientific books and journals over the phone. From there, Jamison went on to earn his first teaching job as an English intern at Parkway Central High School in 2011. He discovered his love for working with students more closely. Unfortunately with budget cuts, PCH’s version of a learning center was put on the chopping block and again he found himself on the hunt for a new job. At the time, Jamison’s brother-in-law was working for the Special School District and suggested that he should apply to be a paraeducator, which he did and “was absolutely blown away by the direction of education which was much more individualized and focused on the learner as opposed to curriculum.” From 2013 to 2016, Jamison worked at Meramec Elementary School as an applied behavior analysis paraeducator and earned the Building Block award, an award given out each year to a select few paraeducators for their excellence in support of students. Also during that time, he began his Masters in Education with an emphasis on special education and continued his educational career with the School District of Clayton as an instructional intern. Jamison took his own learning seriously, as well. He obtained his master’s in 2018 with an extra certification in autism studies and in 2019 earned another graduate degree in applied behavior analysis. Currently, Jamison is studying to take his licensure exam to become a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst.

[Photo] Unlivable Wages

December 15, 2021
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