Clayton students, families and community members convened at Clayton High School on Saturday, April 9, for the District's annual Science Fair. Click on the headline to learn more.
Fourteen Captain Elementary students put their math skills to the test at the Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ (MCTM) Regional Math Contest held on Saturday, March 11, at Clayton High School. Click on the headline to learn more.
With its recent launch of the Technology Improvement Plan and toolkit, the School District of Clayton is changing the way technology is currently integrated into classroom instruction in all grade levels and content areas. Click on the headline to learn more.
Captain Elementary fifth-grade Extended Learning (gifted program) students recently have been immersed in a user-centered mindset to design and create an invention for an “extraordinary” client. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.
Captain Elementary fifth-grader Kipp Vitsky has earned third place and fifth-graders Sawyer Roesch and Leah Stohler were named finalists in the fourth- and fifth-grade category of the 2017 Law Day Essay Contest sponsored by the Missouri NEA Public Relations Committee and the Missouri Bar Young Lawyers Section. Click on the headline to learn more.
Have you observed a Clayton staff member making a difference in the lives of students with disabilities? The District’s PAC.ED group would like to know! PAC.ED is accepting nominations now through Friday, April 14, for its Second Annual Inclusion Awards. Click on the headline to learn more.
The Missouri House of Representatives is currently considering HB 634, which would allow charter schools to operate in any school district in the state, including successful, high-performing districts like Clayton. Click the headline to learn more.
Thanks to the generosity of students, staff and their families across the District, more than 500 refugees and other needy individuals in the St. Louis area have coats to wear this winter. Click on the headline to learn more and view photos.
The School District of Clayton completed lead testing in all of its buildings this fall. Testing, and follow-up testing on the only faucet that exceeded levels in its initial test, did not find any instances of lead levels exceeding the District’s 10 ppb action limit. Click on the headline to learn more.