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School Announcements
Freshman Kickoff Registration - Class of 2020

Calling all Class of 2020 incoming Freshman to Mehlville High School!  Register for Freshman Kickoff now!  

Click HERE for the registration form!
ACT Tutoring Course - Spring Session
In an attempt to help students prepare to take the ACT on April 19th, we are offering an ACT Prep Course.    The first date will be the Tuesday after spring break on March 29th.  Any student interested is welcome to attend. We strongly advise students that are interested to make all dates to best benefit from the classes. Please sign up in the main office by Mrs. Luck's desk if you are planning to attend.

MHS qualified for Debate Nationals

Congratulations to Mehlville Debate!  Mehlville will represent Eastern Missouri in Congressional Debate at speech and debate nationals in Salt Lake City in June. Tony Smith (far right in picture) and two competitors from Oakville High School will be the Congressional delegation to the Tournament of Champions, the most prestigious debate competition in the country. This is the first time Mehlville High has qualified for debate nationals. 
A+ Summer School Training

There will be an A+ Tutor Summer School Training/Meeting on Monday, April 4th in the cafeteria at 9:30 a.m. for all 9th, 10th and 11th graders who are already members of the A+ program if they wish to tutor during Summer School.
Summer Acceleration Program
The High School Summer Acceleration Program will be held June 6 through June 30 (Monday-Thursday) from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. (noon) at Oakville High. Click HERE for complete information and enrollment forms.
Senior Named National Merit Finalist
Congratulations to Andrew Eschete - he earned the distinction of being named a National Merit Scholarship Finalist. An estimated 1.5 million students began the process of becoming a National Merit Scholarship winner by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. He had to write essays as part of the process to move from National Merit semifinalist to one of 15,000 finalists. Scholarships to 7,400 students will be awarded this spring.

Flood Relief Fundraiser
The Mehlville High School Leadership team collected $2,322 for the American Red Cross Flood Relief to help those who were affected from the flooding on the Meramec River in December 2015. The group sold “Making a Difference on the Meramec!” t-shirts throughout the district. Nice job!

Mehlville Snow Schedule

Snow Schedule Option To Be Used During Winter Months


The Mehlville School District has decided to implement a snow schedule, when appropriate, during the winter months of the 2015-2016 school year.   On days when the District operates on a snow schedule, classes will begin two hours later than their normal start times.  The school day will end at the normal time for each building.

“We surveyed our parents and 75% either agreed or strongly agreed with having a snow schedule option,” said Deputy Superintendent Dr. Brian Lane.  “As always, the safety of our students and staff during winter weather remains our top priority so we will be very careful when we decide to call for a snow schedule day.”   

Utilizing the snow schedule will depend upon morning road conditions, the chance for additional snow throughout the day and other important criteria.  If travel is considered to be unsafe, schools and all district activities would be canceled for the entire day.

A snow schedule school day will count as a full attendance day, so there will not have to be any make-up days later in the spring.  All school buses will operate as normal, with them making their morning stops two hours later than usual.  Y Care programs at district schools would also follow the snow schedule and open two hours later than normal.  Breakfast will be available for students arriving before classes begin.

School closing and snow schedule information will be available on the District website, school Facebook pages, Twitter and on local TV and radio stations.

MHS Snow Schedule – 2 Hour Late Start

Block Start End
1st and 5th Block 9:15 10:15
2nd and 6th Block 10:20 11:15
3rd and 7th Block 11:20 12:55
LUNCH A Lunch: 11:15 – 11:40
Class: 11:45 – 12:55
  Class: 11:20 – 11:40
B Lunch: 11:40 – 12:05
Class: 12:10 – 12:55
  Class: 11:20 – 12:05
C Lunch: 12:05 – 12:30
Class: 12:35 – 12:55
  Class: 11:20 – 12:30
D Lunch: 12:30 – 12:55
4th and 8th Block 1:00 2:05

 South Tech Students
Run normal schedule
AM Tech/PM MHS – go to library upon arrival until your next class

Shoe Box Project
On Thursday, Dec. 3, the MHS NHS continued its annual holiday Shoe Box Project by delivering Christmas presents to students at Clay Elementary School in north St. Louis. It's hard to say who gets more out of this friendship...lots of smiles all around.

Click here to view slideshow. 

Junior Ring Ceremony
On Thursday night, Oct. 29, the Class of 2017 celebrated their Junior Ring ceremony at the Nottelmann Auditorium. A large gathering of students and parents enjoyed the event, and everybody is already looking forward to senior year.

Click here to view slideshow. 

Custodian Appreciation
A big thanks to those who clean it up, fix it up and keep things running smoothly. On Friday, Oct. 2, members of the MHS Leadership Team marked National Custodial Workers Recognition Day by presenting special t-shirts to the men and women who keep their school looking good. Thanks for all you do!

Click here to view slideshow. 
Wounded Warrior Project Football Game
Mehlville High and Fox High continued their annual football rivalry on Friday, Sept. 25, that includes fundraising for the Wounded Warrior Project. A great show of patriotism and support for the men and women who were injured protecting our freedom.

Click here to view slideshow. 


The MHS Yearbooks are now on sale!  The price is $68.  Click on picture to the right to order today or call 1-877-767-5217.  

Volleyball Team Supports Morgan's Militia
MHS students and staff stepped up Tuesday evening, Sept. 22, to help former classmate and 2015 graduate Morgan Walters who was just diagnosed with lymphoma. The MHS volleyball team dedicated the game to Morgan and raised more than $1,000 to help with medical expenses. It's true...you can leave the District but the District will never leave you. Stay strong Morgan and remember - no one fights alone. Click here to view slideshow. 
In honor and recognition of Constitution Day at Mehlville High School, students who were 17 1/2 years of age or older were able to register to vote during their Teacher Advisory Period (TAP).  There were 70 students  and 25 community members who took this opportunity to register!  

National Merit Semifinalist
Congratulations and a tip of the hat to senior Andrew Eschete who has been named a National Merit Semifinalist. Very impressive!

National Honor Society
Congratulations to the new members of the National Honor Society who were sworn in on Monday, Sept. 14 in the Nottelmann Auditorium. NHS requires a 3.5 grade point average and dedication to the principles of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character.

Click here to view slideshow. 

Homecoming Activities
It was perfect weather for all the Homecoming activities on Sept. 11 and Sept. 12. The fun began with the annual parade and football game on Friday. On Saturday, more than 1,000 students attended the annual dance, with Minel Halilovic being named King and Aly Camacho being named Queen.
Click here to view the parade video. Click below to view slideshows of the events:
Powder-Puff Football
Homecoming week festivities continued Wednesday night, Sept. 9, as the juniors took on the seniors in Powder-Puff football. The big winners - the people who will receive the donated food that was collected at the game. Way to go Panthers!

Click here to view slideshow. 
EOC Letter to Parents

Please click HERE for Dr. Swanger's informative letter on EOC testing.
BUS ROUTES 2015-16

Bus routes and stop times will be posted on the main District webpage on Monday, August 3rd, 2015. You can find the link on the main page under "Parents", then select Tranportation at the drop down menu.  

MHS School Supplies -  
Teachers often have specific requests for their classes.  It is recommended to have some basics, but please have your student check with each teacher to determine the needs for each class. 
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