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From the District Oct. 29, 2021

WGHS Open House for the Community Sunday, Nov. 7 
Webster Groves High School is opening its doors to the community to highlight its outstanding educational program from 1 to 3 p.m. Nov. 7.

  • Take a guided walking tour
  • Participate in a panel discussion
  • Discover exciting opportunities
  • Ask questions of staff members
  • Shop in the Spirit Store
  • Learn about the WGHS experience

We hope to see you there!

Turkey Day 2021 Information

Turkey Day is coming! The football game against Kirkwood is Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25, at noon in Kirkwood. 

turkey dayLook for tickets the first week of November in the main and activities offices at the High School, 100 Selma Ave. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted. All proceeds from advance tickets sales stay at WGHS, so be sure to buy your tickets early. Advance tickets are $7. At the gate, the ticket price is $10 and proceeds are split between Webster and Kirkwood.


Board of Education Candidate Filing To Begin; Candidate Orientation Set for Nov. 16

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Open Positions in WGSD

open positionsThe Webster Groves School District is currently seeking an administrative asisstant to the assistant superintendent CFO/COO, instructional aide/Adventure Club, an accounts payable/activities specialist for Webster Groves High School, facility tech II and ELL instructional aide. For details and information on how to apply, please use this link

Congratulations to Fall Sports Athletes!

This fall marked another season of athletic accomplishment for WGHS students participating in a variety of sports. Congratulations to all students who participated in athletic activities this term.

The girls tennis team turned in its best season in school history, with a 12-1 record. In the postseason district tournament, their two doubles teams each placed in the individual portion of the tournament. Julie Bardelmeier and Audrey Swaine
placed first and Calli Hepfinger and Addison Simpson took 3rd in doubles. As district champions, Julie and Audrey also qualified for the MSHSAA state tournament in Springfield 

The girls golf team took second place in the Class 3 state tournament with a two-day total of 703 at Meadow Lake Acres Country Club, matching its second-place team finish of 1985. The team won the state crown in 1984. This year's team finished with two all-state golfers, Jenna Clark (sixth) and Sarah Ewing (11th) as both shot 80 over the final 18 holes.

Cross country and boys soccer start their districts this weekend. 

Announcements will made Monday on which boys swimmers and divers will go to state.

Pumpkin Compost Collection Sat., Nov. 6

Is your pumpkin getting soft and gooey? That’s only natural! Did you know that pumpkins left to rot in the trash will release pumpkin recyclingmethane and methane is a stronger greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide? Your pumpkin can be turned back into nutrient-rich soil when composted.

The Webster Groves Sustainability Commission and the Public Works Department is hosting the first Annual Pumpkin Compost Collection. Please keep your pumpkin from the landfill and bring it to the Moss Field parking lot on Saturday, November 6 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.


Green Thumbs at Hudson School