Mehlville School District News

All aboard the Polar Express in Oakville

Some lucky Point Elementary students hopped on the Polar Express before they left for winter break in an annual tradition that dates back a dozen years. The Mehlville School District posted, ‘The kids love it….the teachers do, too,’ as they get to serve the children hot chocolate Polar Express-style. Taking the tickets was ‘Conductor’ John

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Blues hold ‘Mehlville Night with the Blues’

Pictured above: St. Louis Blues players, including Oakville’s very own Pat Maroon, right, and Jordan Binnington, visited SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital during the holiday season to visit patients, including the girl above going into surgery. See more photos below. Photos by Erin Achenbach.    The Blues will also hold ‘Mehlville Night with the Blues’

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Mehlville choir entertains in concert series

Pictured above and below: The Mehlville High School Choir Select Ensemble performed popular holiday tunes for a full house under the rotunda at the Old Courthouse in St. Louis Dec. 12. The show was part of the Old Courthouse’s free holiday concert series. The Mehlville choir has been performing at the courthouse during the holidays

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South county plus north city equals holiday joy

As it has for more than a decade, Mehlville High School’s National Honor Society created boxes for the ‘Shoe Box Project’ to give to students at Clay Academy of Exploration and Civics in St. Louis Public Schools, above. Students from schools throughout Mehlville contributed gifts like toys, pens, markers, mittens and hats.

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Oakville girls basketball avenges loss versus Lindbergh

Despite being down 21-17 at halftime, the Oakville girls basketball team went on a 30-15 run in the second half to win at Lindbergh 47-36 last Friday. The win for the Tigers (5-3) avenged their 56-55 loss to the Flyers earlier this season in the Southside Classic at Hancock High. “It was a good win

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UPDATED: No competitive April races yet after filing

So far, there are no competitive races in south county after candidate filing opened last week. Up for election April 2 are the Mehlville Fire Protection District seat held by Secretary Ed Ryan, Green Park mayor and aldermanic seats in Crestwood, Green Park and Sunset Hills, plus the Lindbergh and Mehlville school boards and three

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Oakville girls turn shoes into clean water

Pictured above: Left to right, girls collecting shoes are: McKenna Brawley, Layla Jonas, Belle Bradshaw, DeLaney Brawley, Addalynn Ross, Erin Magee and Rylee Brawley. With a little help from her friends, sisters and the broader Oakville community, Point Elementary student DeLaney Brawley, 10, is turning old shoes into water for people in underdeveloped countries. DeLaney,

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