Principal's Corner

Message From The Principal
Posted on 12/22/2016
Denise Swanger

We are ready to begin 2017 and 2nd semester for MHS students. School will begin again on Thursday, January 5th.  Counselors and teachers will soon begin to speak to students about signing up for classes for 2017-18.  Many new changes will be coming for 2017-18, and we will continue to update you on those happenings throughout the semester.  

If you are wondering about scheduling and want to make sure your student is heading the right way towards graduation, check out the “counseling center” site on the MHS webpage.  The counselors have many events scheduled and can help answer questions regarding scheduling, applying for college, scholarships and financial aid.

Parents, students must be picked up when school lets out and cannot wait in the lobby or upper commons past 2:30.  If students are waiting for a ride, they can study in the MHS library until 3:20.  You can text them when you arrive.  Any student staying after school must be in a supervised activity, or they will lose their privilege of staying after school.  If students want to attend after school athletic events as spectators, they must leave the campus and come back when the event starts.

If you have any questions regarding 2nd semester for this school year please email me at swangerd@mehlvilleschooldistrict.net.    




 

On Monday, October 10, the committee studying scheduling options at the District’s two high schools will host open meetings for parents and students who want to learn more about the options being considered.  

At Oakville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 5pm until 6pm and from 7pm until 8pm.  At Mehlville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 6:30pm until 7:30pm.

The scheduling committee has already eliminated the option of a traditional schedule.  The so-called block schedule currently being used is still being considered, as is a hybrid schedule that combines some parts of a traditional schedule and other parts of a block schedule.  The scheduling committee will give its recommendation to the Board of Education in December. 

 

On Monday, October 10, the committee studying scheduling options at the District’s two high schools will host open meetings for parents and students who want to learn more about the options being considered.  

At Oakville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 5pm until 6pm and from 7pm until 8pm.  At Mehlville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 6:30pm until 7:30pm.

The scheduling committee has already eliminated the option of a traditional schedule.  The so-called block schedule currently being used is still being considered, as is a hybrid schedule that combines some parts of a traditional schedule and other parts of a block schedule.  The scheduling committee will give its recommendation to the Board of Education in December. 

 

On Monday, October 10, the committee studying scheduling options at the District’s two high schools will host open meetings for parents and students who want to learn more about the options being considered.  

At Oakville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 5pm until 6pm and from 7pm until 8pm.  At Mehlville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 6:30pm until 7:30pm.

The scheduling committee has already eliminated the option of a traditional schedule.  The so-called block schedule currently being used is still being considered, as is a hybrid schedule that combines some parts of a traditional schedule and other parts of a block schedule.  The scheduling committee will give its recommendation to the Board of Education in December. 

 

On Monday, October 10, the committee studying scheduling options at the District’s two high schools will host open meetings for parents and students who want to learn more about the options being considered.  

At Oakville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 5pm until 6pm and from 7pm until 8pm.  At Mehlville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 6:30pm until 7:30pm.

The scheduling committee has already eliminated the option of a traditional schedule.  The so-called block schedule currently being used is still being considered, as is a hybrid schedule that combines some parts of a traditional schedule and other parts of a block schedule.  The scheduling committee will give its recommendation to the Board of Education in December. 

 

On Monday, October 10, the committee studying scheduling options at the District’s two high schools will host open meetings for parents and students who want to learn more about the options being considered.  

At Oakville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 5pm until 6pm and from 7pm until 8pm.  At Mehlville High, scheduling committee members will be in the library from 6:30pm until 7:30pm.

The scheduling committee has already eliminated the option of a traditional schedule.  The so-called block schedule currently being used is still being considered, as is a hybrid schedule that combines some parts of a traditional schedule and other parts of a block schedule.  The scheduling committee will give its recommendation to the Board of Education in December. 

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