Posted Friday, Aug 31, 2018 9:00:00 AM
A little (or a lot of) rain can't stop school tradition at Forsyth!
Posted Friday, May 25, 2018 9:52:09 AM
St. Louis is well-known for having diverse neighborhoods that combined make up the Gateway to the West. When teaching immigration to 8-year-olds, our Grade 2 teachers wanted to allow Forsyth students to explore St. Louis through a variety of mediums so they might truly experience the beauty and diversity that all parts of St. Louis have to offer. They decided the best way to teach was to experience! Throughout the school year, students travelled to seven distinct and historical St. Louis neighborhoods and investigated what a neighborhood needs to thrive with an emphasis on access to education, healthcare, and jobs.
Posted Thursday, May 10, 2018 12:56:00 PM
"What is life like for a child in this community?" Forsyth first grade students have spent this year asking themselves and each other this essential question while studying the countries of Kenya, India, China, and Spain in their social studies curriculum.
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The 2017 recipient of the Mark Sayers and B.J. Williams Faculty Development Endowment award was Art Teacher Ellen DeFilippo. This award was established in 2011 by past parent Grant Williams to encourage and support faculty excellence through further education and professional development. Ms. DeFilippo spent 8 days in Cuba in March 2017 to enhance the Forsyth art curriculum.
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Ice Skating has been a part of the Forsyth curriculum for more than thirty years. Confidence, coordination, challenge are all important components to this seemingly fun-only field trip. Find out why the short bus trip to the rink is worth gold.
Posted Friday, Mar 2, 2018 9:31:16 AM
Forsyth School was honored to host Washington University professor, Bob Hansman, Dr. Carlos Diaz-Granados, Principal at Pond Elementary in Rockwood, Heather Navarro, St. Louis City Alderwoman for Ward 28, and Mike Jones, founder of Jones Strategic Advisory and former senior executive for the St. Louis County Executive and Mayor of St. Louis City to serve as the panel after our documentary and discussion in February.
Posted Friday, Feb 16, 2018 9:35:00 AM
Valentine's Day at Forsyth is about more than just candy hearts! Little Friends, Big Friends, Grand Friends, great friends . . . all focused on the love of reading.
Posted Thursday, Feb 8, 2018 3:52:00 PM
At the beginning of the year, Grade 2 students decided to adopt Heifer International, an international aid organization which Forsyth students have supported for over 30 years. The mission of Heifer is to work with communities around the world to end hunger and poverty by providing families with livestock like cows and goats, along with training. As in years past, our students wanted to raise funds to provide an animal to a family. They wanted to make something to sell to friends and family, but quickly realized their business plan needed money to make money. The solution: they took out a loan from the Forsyth School business office.