Friday, May 5, 7 p.m.
Clayton Plaza Hotel Crystal Ballroom, 7750 Carondelet Avenue, Clayton, MO 63105
The junior class officers are pleased to invite the juniors and seniors to JSB for dinner and a program. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are $35 each and will be on sale at lunch in the Cafe, Wednesday, April 19-Friday, April 21.
Parking is available on the street or in the parking garage behind the hotel (7777 building).
*This event is for juniors and seniors only. Guests must be juniors or seniors in good standing. Alumni may attend as guests at the administration’s discretion. Visitor permits must be returned to the Student Life Office by Monday, May 1.
Appropriate attire is requested. Please review the formal dress guidelines.
Thursday, May 4
6 p.m. – Welcome & Registration
6:15 p.m. – Buffet Dinner
7 p.m. – Program
Business casual attire
Menu: Parmesan-encrusted chicken breast with lemon wine sauce served with baked penne alfredo, seasoned green beans, a house salad, roll, and dessert
Should you have questions, contact Lisa Rupprecht. Deadline to purchase meals online is 11:59 p.m., Tuesday, April 25.
If you are a parent of a junior or senior who has a study hall and you wish to give him/her permission to experience junior/senior privilege during the first semester, please complete the appropriate form and return it to the Student Services Office (juniors) or the Upper School Office (seniors).
The project requires students to intentionally grapple with the kinds of situations and questions that they will confront during their education after Westminster and throughout their lives. Students work with their peers, under the supervision of teachers, to develop the capacity to think biblically about all of life.
As many of you have heard, we have made some changes to the Senior Integration Project this year. Students are still completing a final cultural analysis project for their Worldviews class. They are still doing research and writing a paper, and those working in groups are making a presentation. However, the project is now slightly smaller in scale, and the work is contained during Worldviews classes in order to make the end of the year more manageable for seniors.