NEW PSA 2018
Students from Ladue Horton Watkins High School and Gateway Tech High School, partner each year with our local NBC affiliate, KSDK News Channel 5, to produce a community video project.
Ladue students Kaycee Little and Jaylen Sykes were the Ladue student winners in the KSDK/Gateway STEM/Ladue "Pair & Share Program."
Record 19 Ladue DECA students qualify for the international competition
Buying and Merchandising Team Decision Making
FINALIST- Jane Farmer and Emma Warticovschi
Principles of Finance
FINALIST- Katie Shaw
Principles of Marketing
FINALIST- Emerson Barnett
FINALIST- Antonio Amore Rojas
Almost 2,000 DECA students from across the state of Missouri went to Kansas City for the past three days to compete in the areas of marketing, management, finance, and entrepreneurship. Ladue DECA students had a phenomenal three days and represented our school well!
The following DECA students had outstanding performance sin the state competition, with a record 19 students qualify for the international competition which will be held from April 20-25th in Atlanta, Georgia. DECA is lead by advisers Jessica Kennedy and Christopher Geisz.
Food Marketing Series
STATE CHAMPION- Noor Rahman
Automotive Services Marketing Series
STATE CHAMPION- Ben Avigad
Quick Serve Restaurant Management Series
2ND- Josh Horowitz
Human Resources Management Series
2ND- Shaun Carr
Business Finance Series
3RD- Yan Rybak
Marketing Communications Series
3RD- Daniel Chayet
Sports and Entertainment Marketing Team Decision Making
4TH- Jake Gerardi and Aidan Morley
Fashion Merchandising Promotion Plan
4TH- Yordanose Atanaw, Celeste Liu, and Simone Liu
Sports and Entertainment Promotion Plan
4TH- Ally Harpole, Kathryne King, and Carly Rich
Business Law and Ethics Team Decision Making
FINALIST- Giuseppe Di Cera and Christopher Ye
FINALISTS-Callie Cox, Angela Liu, and Karina Mealey
Ladue Speech & Debate qualifies six students for Nationals
The speech and debate team competed in the Eastern Missouri District Speech and Debate Tournament during the weekend of March 1-3, 2018. The team took 7th in Speech Sweepstakes, 1st in Congress Sweepstakes, 1st in Debate Sweepstakes, and 2nd in Overall Sweepstakes. Six students qualified for the national tournament in Fort Lauderdale this summer.
NATIONAL TOURNAMENT QUALIFIERS
Ladue Speech and Debate is lead by adviser Molly Beck.
Full tournament results can be found on the TALKING RAMS news page.
LHS News Thursday, March 15, 2018
Mr. Ladue 2018
Your Mr. Ladue 2018 is....Moses Okpala! Ladue students raised over $4,000, which will be enough to become an official sponsor for Habitat for Humanity St. Louis, the high school in the area to accomplish this status. Judges were Bob Westerholt, Maria Durham and Ron Nebbit. "It was a really fun night with a great group of students showing unity and inclusion," said adviser Deb Carson.
Times Up! Movement
A short PSA about the Time's Up organization produced by Courvaun Hill. Read more about this story and more on Courvaun's blog.
Get to Know the Ladue School District
The Ladue School District has a long tradition of excellence in education. Watch this brief video, updated in March 2018, to learn more about our history, what makes us unique, and how we are planning for the future.
Check out what some of our Broadcast Technology students have gone on to do in the media business.
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Photo of the Week
Three Ladue students are finalists in the St. Louis Post Dispatch Scripts Spelling Bee Regional contest on Saturday, March 17th. The winner of this Bee goes on to Washington DC in the spring. Check out this link for the full list of spellers. http://nie.post-dispatch.com/bee. Congratulations to Sophia "Sassy" (Ladue Middle School), Franklyn (Ladue Fifth Grade Center), and Jack (Reed Elementary)
Photo by Staff
Ladue Student Story is Featured on HEC-TV
Junior Broadcast Technology student Marilyn Lercel's story about the eclipse at Ladue High School was featured on the professional show “Behind the Minds” on Higher Education Channel TV (HEC-TV). Marilyn's story begins at the 1 minute and 40 second mark of the show. Click here to see the show or click on the image above to watch.
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