Category Archives: School Tours

Halloween Reflections STL

Pixie, kobold, elf, and sprite, All are on their rounds tonight; In the wan moon’s silver ray, Thrives their helter-skelter play. ~Joel Benton This was one of the most beautiful Halloween weekends in my memory. It began with a great … Continue reading

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6th Graders Descend on Downtown

Student tours, like the one I did today with the dynamic 6th graders from St. Gerard Majella School in Kirkwood, fill me with hope for the future of St. Louis. I end these tours with a challenge to the students … Continue reading

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St. Louis Under Three Flags

For a second year I’ve had the pleasure of guiding the 3rd Grade students from The Community School in Ladue on a tour of Colonial St. Louis. They were vivacious, attentive and very knowledgable which is not surprising since one … Continue reading

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