Host Don Goble interviews Dr. Jim Wipke, who has been selected as the district’s next superintendent of Ladue Schools. Dr. Wipke discusses why he wanted to come to the Ladue School District and his personal connections to the Ladue Community.
The 13th season of the district communications talk show, Ladue Schools Today, kicked off by interviewing the new Superintendent of Ladue Schools, Dr. James Wipke. Students in the Broadcast Technology II class produce the show along side Video Technology Coordinator, Marteana Davidson, as well as teacher and show host, Don Goble.
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Host Don Goble discusses the new Ladue Education Foundation and Alumni Associationpartnership with LEF Executive Director Kristen Wild, Ladue Communications Assistant Bailey Otto, and Past LEF President Julie LaBonte.
Host Don Goble interviews Dr. Jennifer Allen, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, Dr. Kevin McColgan, STEM Coordinator, and Laila Crabtree, Social Studies and ELA Curriculum Coordinator about Ladue School District's curriculum revisions in Social Studies and Science.
Host Don Goble interviews Dr. Jennifer Allen, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction, and Rob Highfill, Director of Technology, about the District’s new 3-5 year Strategic Plan. This is the first show, in a series of shows, which will focus on the individual elements of the Strategic Plan. Education structures are the main topic of this episode.
Ladue Schools Superintendent Dr. Donna Jahnke is leading the second effort of the district’s Strategic Plan. Host Don Goble interviews Dr. Jahnke to discuss past success and future goals.
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