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A Classy Dilemma

A Classy Dilemma

Phoebe Yao, Marina Henke, and Alex Bernard November 6, 2014

Among the 872 students hurrying through the Clayton High School campus is junior Gabby Boeger, on her way to a 24 student honors precalculus class situated in a tight, windowless corner of the school’s...

Staff Editorial (VST)

Globe Staff October 19, 2012

According to Clayton360, one of the main values of the Clayton School District is “inclusiveness by honoring individual differences and the contributions of a diverse staff and student body.”...

BOE approves new Non-Discrimination Policy

August 24, 2011
The crowd erupts into jubilant applause after the unanimous approval of the new Non-Discrimination Policy, that takes into account sexual orientation, by the Board of Education.

Rights under review

Jackie Leong August 24, 2011
Last fall a student push for the inclusion of sexual orientation in Clayton School District’s employee non-discrimination policy began. Now, a year later, change is on the horizon.

Meet the Candidates: Clayton Candidate Forum liveblog

Globe Staff March 29, 2011

The Clayton community, including CHS students and staff, is invited to meet all of the Aldermanic and School Board candidates at a Candidate Forum hosted by the Mayor's Youth Advisory Council. Head...

Board of Education approves final plans for Wydown Middle School

Noah Eby February 22, 2011

For years, Wydown Middle School has been the subject of scrutiny from the community. Among the building’s problems are its small size, its design that makes student flow difficult, and a lack of...

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