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Good morning CHS! Today is Tuesday, March 7.  Today is a B Day.

If you are so inclined please rise for the Pledge of Allegiance:

I pledge Allegiance, to the flag, of the United States of America

And to the Republic, for which it stands.

One Nation.  Under God.  Indivisible.  With Liberty and Justice for all.

Thank you.  Here are the morning announcements:

Principal's Advisory Council will meet this Thursday at 7:30 a.m. in Stuber Health Room A.


To celebrate the end of 3rd quarter, Link Crew invites everyone to a movie night! Join us on at 6:00pm on Wednesday March 15th in the auditorium to watch the Disney hit Moana featuring the voice of Dwayne Johnson and the music of Lin Manuel-Miranda! All are invited.

There will be at JSU meeting Tuesday evening at 7 PM at the Starbucks on Hanley and Wydown.  Will be making masks for Purim.  Please join us!  You do not need Jewish to attend.  See you there!

On Saturday, CHS Biomedical Innovations research students competed in the St. Louis Science Academy Honors Science Fair.  Olivia Reuter and Katherine Sleckman were selected after the first round of judging to present their research projects in the Final Round of only ten students.  Clayton High School was the only school to have two students make it to finals.

This is a huge accomplishment because most of the projects that make it to the final round were conducted at Universities working with a professor or graduate student and our students chose their own research topics and conducted the data collection here at CHS.  

The other CHS students who competed were Daniel James, Jack Zitzer, Stephanie Villarie, Akansha Goel and Grace Monhausen.

CHS students received praise from the judges for being the only school to include statistical analysis as a part of their research.  

The research posters will be on display later this week in the library.


If you are attending the DECA state competition, please attend a meeting on Wednesday March 8th at 7:45 a.m. in Room 42.  It will not be a long meeting, but very important information will be given.  

The Black student Union in collaboration with The Works is hosting a Poetry Slam on Thursday, March 30th.  Please express your interest to participate to Mrs. Storms or Dr. Merrills.

Attention all Buskers Club members!  We will be having a meeting this Thursday, March 9th at 7:45 am in the Orchestra Room. We'll be discussing our upcoming performances at Shriner's Hospital and Sunrise Senior Living taking place next week. See you there! If you have any questions, contact Claire Millett or Karena Tse.


Congratulations to the members of our boys Basketball team that received awards at the All-Conference meeting last night.

Nick Almond was named 1st Team All-Conference, Ben Litteken was named 2nd Team All-Conference, Caleb Heusel and Armon Watkins received Honorable Mentions, and Sam Frank received the Sportsmanship Award. Way to go Hounds!

And Happy birthday today to:

Emily Bober

Dan O’Donnell

And Jadan Conner

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