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Photo of the Day – March 13, 2012

March 13, 2012

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Making music matters: Alum founds music organization for inner-city youth

Jake Bernstein January 23, 2011

In the Clayton School District students have access to a wide variety of educational enrichment programs from elementary school onward. Students in the St. Louis Public School District rarely have...

Senti retires from superintendent position

Globe Staff May 14, 2010
As the Superintendent of the Clayton Schools, Don Senti is a very busy man, and it shows. During my half-hour interview with him, I noticed that he received six emails as his computer pinged to signal their arrivals.

Zoo, Science Center could charge admission fees

Globe Staff May 6, 2010

One of the many great things about St. Louis is its number of public attractions, most of which are free to tourists and residents alike. Missouri State Senator Joan Bray proposed a bill that will allow...

District hires new superintendent

Globe Staff April 21, 2010

As Superintendent Don Senti nears his retirement at the end of his fifteenth year as the head of the Clayton school district, the search for his successor recently ended. On March 8, the district announced...

Famed poet visits CHS

Globe Staff April 16, 2010

“To pull the metal splinter from my palm/my father recited a story in a low voice./I watched his lovely face and not the blade./Before the story ended, he’d removed/the iron sliver I thought...

Hanging by a Moment: New life confirms medical career

Globe Staff January 27, 2010

It gurgled. Or I should say she gurgled. As the newborn emerged, she pawed at the air in wonder, feeling the brush of air against her skin, the warmth of her mother’s touch. I was too shocked to...

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