Principal's Corner

Congratulations Track Champions!
Posted on 04/21/2017
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Congratulations to our 2017 MHS Track State Champions! Isaiah Bynum (11) finished 3rd place in in 110 High Hurdles with a personal best time this season of 14.72. Kristen Carter (12) and Lejla Hajderovic (11) represented Mehlville in the girls triple jump.  Kristen placed 9th and Lejla placed 13th in this event.  Lejla also competed in the high jump and placed 10th overall.  




 

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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