Week of Jan. 25-29

February 3, 2016

The student section and parents celebrated junior Wyatt Yess scoring his 1000th point of his high school basketball career at the West vs. Ladue game by wearing t-shirts and holding signs. [Claire Pelligrino, 11]

Senior Wyatt Yess celebrates with his family after he scored his 1000th point at the Varsity basketball game against Ladue.
Senior Wyatt Yess celebrates with his family after he scored his 1000th point at the Varsity basketball game against Ladue.

Varsity Poms won second place in hip hop at the St. Charles High School dance competition on Jan. 23. [Airely Rodriguez, 11]

Wednesday was national chocolate cake day. [Molly Sewester, 12]

On Workout Wednesday, Movement to Music class worked out to a choreographed video. [Christian Gholson, 12]

At the peer teaching training day at the Ballwin Pointe on Thursday, rookie peer teachers made their “Dear 13-year-old me” video. The rookies were taught by the senior veterans of Peer Teaching to go over lessons that they will be teaching to seventh graders at the middle school. [Natalie Rath, 11]

In History of St. Louis on Thursday, teacher Jeff Chazen made beignets for the class. [Haley Tiepelman, 11]

On Thursday, Jan. 28, Barbie came out with new dolls of different shapes and sizes. [Paloma Gonzalez, 11]

DDR Club began training for a tournament. [Alyssa Flemming, 11]

During lunch, computers were set up in the cafeteria for students to complete a Parkway lunch survey. [Sam Walkoff, 10]

Senior Nick Balestra is seven points away from reaching his 200 career points for his high school hockey career. [Hasan Baig, 12]

On Friday, Kristin Collins’ AP World class played a history version of Cards Against Humanity. [Peyton Gaskill, 9]

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