One will happen Wednesday morning at Maplewood Richmond Heights Elementary School.
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Monday, May 7, 2012
He will succeed the resigning Dr. Louise Losos and serve as interim leader through the end of the 2012-13 school year.
Dr. Dan Gutchewsky has been named interim principal at Clayton High School (CHS) through the end of the 2012-13 school year, the School District of Clayton announced Monday morning. He succeeds Dr. Louise Losos, who will resign June 30 after a dispute over social media use. “I am excited and grateful for the opportunity to lead Clayton High School,” Gutchewsky stated in a news release from the district. “I look forward to leading our community through all of our end-of-the-year events and working next year to ensure that CHS continues to meet the high expectations held by our students, parents and community.” Gutchewsky has worked in the Clayton district for 11 years, 10 of which have been as an administrator at CHS. He most recently …
Saturday, May 5, 2012
The principal holds a doctorate in education from Saint Louis University and has been present for such milestone as the dedication of Centennial Plaza.
Dr. Louise Losos has an extensive educational background and has served actively at Clayton High School since 2005. The principal is expected to resign later this year after a dispute over social media use, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Saturday. She holds a doctorate in education from Saint Louis University, a master's degree in history from Washington University and a bachelor's degree in history from Harvard University, a biography posted to the CHS website states. Losos previously worked as an assistant principal at Parkway West High School in Ballwin and as a social studies teacher at Ladue High School. Losos has been an active attendee of CHS events, including graduation in June and the December dedication of Centennial Plaza…
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Dr. Dan Gutchewsky will provide leadership services on behalf of the school's principal in the interim.
Dr. Louise Losos has taken a leave of absence from her role as principal of Clayton High School (CHS). The leave began Monday. "This is both a personal issue for Louise and a personnel matter for the district," stated Chris Tennill, chief communications officer for the School District of Clayton, in an email. "As this involves personnel, we are not able to provide any additional details at this time." Interim Superintendent Sharmon Wilkinson notified CHS parents and staff of the leave Friday in a letter. "We are uncertain as to the length of this leave," Wilkinson wrote. "Therefore, to ensure continuity of administration and instruction at CHS, Dr. Dan Gutchewsky will provide leadership services during her absence. I am sorry to share this…
Saturday, March 31, 2012
She will begin her new role in the School District of Clayton on July 1.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
The event brings people together and happens thanks to many volunteers, Dr. Tony Arnold of Maplewood Richmond Heights Elementary School writes.
Tuesday, March 13, 2012
The administrators will begin their new roles in the Maplewood Richmond Heights School District on July 1.
Two new administrators will provide leadership at Maplewood Richmond Heights elementary and middle schools starting July 1, the MRH School District announced late Tuesday morning. Jason Adams will become principal at MRH Elementary School, while Michael Dittrich will become assistant principal at MRH Middle School. “We are delighted to have both Jason and Mike join our MRH family,” stated Dr. Linda Henke, the district's superintendent, in a news release. “Both are wonderful additions for our district and we have the utmost confidence in their commitment to our students our mission.” Adams previously served as assistant principal of Ross Elementary School in the Parkway School District and as a teacher at Tillman Elementary School in the …
Friday, March 9, 2012
He will begin serving in that role July 1.
Michael Maclin will leave his position as an assistant principal at Maplewood Richmond Heights High School to become principal at University City High School. The School District of University City has hired Maclin, who will officially begin the position July 1. He will participate in planning activities before his official start date. He is the fourth administrator to leave the MRH School District in the past year, along with Dr. Linda Henke, the district's retiring superintendent; Principal Tony Arnold of MRH Elementary School; and Tom Wickersham, the district's director of communications. "It is my honor to serve this historically rich community as the principal of University City High School,” Maclin said. "I am anxious to meet …
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
He is principal of Maplewood Richmond Heights Elementary School.
Dr. Tony Arnold will leave Maplewood Richmond Heights Elementary School to become a principal in Webster Groves, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. Quoting from the Post-Dispatch: "Anthony Arnold has been hired as principal of Avery Elementary School in the Webster Groves district, effective July 1." Read more about Arnold's educational background in the complete Post-Dispatch brief. Also on Patch:
Friday, January 7, 2011
Bond Wolfe Architects of Clayton received an honorable mention.
Clayton-based Bond Wolfe Architects recently received an honorable mention at the 2011 Shirley Cooper and Walter Taylor Juried Architectural Awards for its design of additions to* the Maplewood Richmond Heights Early Childhood Center. The early childhood center's additions were highlighted for their use of scale, color and texture, as well as its integration of outdoor spaces. Bond Wolfe headed the $2.7 million renovation project completed in 2009. The center follows the Reggio Emilia method of teaching. This method focuses heavily on the learning environment, which proponents sometimes refer to as the "third teacher." The result is much different than a traditional school space, said Susan Pruchnicki of Bond Wolfe, who worked as the lead …