Rockwood superintendent Eric Knost posted a letter on Rockwood websites five days ago regarding the upcoming Ferguson grand jury decision. In his letter Knost addressed the upcoming grand jury decision and stated that school will resume regardless of the growing tension. Knost also suggested that students... Read more »
Logan Jordan and Colleen Pavia get the scoop on Snow Days, Thanksgiving Break and Black Friday.
On Monday, Nov. 26, students will be given their second semester schedules. Should students encounter any problems or mistakes in their schedules, they can schedule an appointment between Dec. 1 and Dec. 5. Even if slots fill up for these dates, the guidance counselors will see students as long as... Read more »
Coffeehouse took place on Nov. 5 in the Commons. It was sponsored by The Pulp, Lafayette's literary magazine.
Lafayette senior Sean Glanvill passed away Monday, Nov. 10 from an intestinal infection. Glanvill spent the past five years at Lafayette in the Special School District program. In 2008 when he was in middle school, Glanvill was involved in a serious car accident where he suffered a traumatic... Read more »
Lafayette cheer squad is hosting their 6th annual Cheer for Charity Fundraiser. The Lancer cheerleaders invite dance studios and other local schools to come and cheer with the Lancers. All proceeds go to the Ronald McDonald House Charity. Cheer for Charity organizer Crystal Gray said, "The reason... Read more »
On Thursday, Nov. 13 Lafayette administrators and teachers will hold the annual McTeacher’s Night at the McDonald's on Manchester and Clarkson Roads from 5- 8 p.m. Students and parents are welcome to come support Lafayette. Fifteen percent of all the proceeds will go to Lafayette and Renaissance.... Read more »
Coffee brewed as guests took their seats. Nick Brouk, sophomore, jammed on guitar and people were free to view art and drink coffee. On Wednesday Nov. 5, the annual Coffeehouse took place at 7 p.m in the Commons. "It was laid back, but not a bad laid back. It was nice, calming and you really got to... Read more »
On November 4th, people rushed to the polls to vote on numerous ballots presented. In Missouri, Amendment 3 was on the ballot; an amendment that would determine whether teacher tenure would continue, and if teachers should be evaluated based on standardized tests taken by students. 76... Read more »
After school on Wednesday, Oct. 29, poets, comedians and singers, songwriters and guitarists crowded outside Rm. 82 to audition for the annual Coffeehouse event. Artists can also be involved by having their work displayed on tables at the event which will take place Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. Coffeehouse was... Read more »
Every year, the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) participates in a Halloween themed service project. This year, it was a clothing and book drive. The drive ran throughout October and ended Oct. 29 with satisfying results. The clothing drive aimed to collect clothes for Saint Louis... Read more »