School News

Oakville Elementary gets new principal from Hillsboro

Oakville Elementary School will be led by the current principal of Hillsboro Elementary School. The Mehlville Board of Education voted Thursday night to hire Kimberly Tooley to lead Oakville Elementary, with a contract term starting July 1. Tooley has been an administrator at Hillsboro Elementary School for the past eight years, and she has served

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Affton School District hires two new assistant principals

The Affton School District has two new assistant principals. The Affton Board of Education approved the hiring of  Deidra Brinker as assistant principal for Mesnier Primary School and Matthew Chaney as assistant principal for Gotsch Intermediate School for the 2018-2019 school year. “We are excited for Deidra to join the Mesnier team as assistant principal.

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Mehlville Class of 2018 finishes strong

Mehlville High School saw more than 400 students graduate last week in a June 1 ceremony at Family Arena in St. Charles. The students, clad in their school’s signature green and white, threw their mortarboards in the air at the end of the ceremony.

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Oakville High graduating class celebrates

More than 400 students graduated from Oakville High School May 31, receiving their diplomas from Assistant Superintendent Jeff Bresler, who had been the principal of the students from the class who started at Rogers Elementary as kindergarteners. Above, students take the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of the ceremony.

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Lindbergh High celebrates Class of 2018

Lindbergh High School Class of 2018 members, seen above during their ceremony, will go on to many diverse paths after graduation. Students in Lindbergh High School’s 65th graduating class were awarded more than $21 million in scholarships this year, Principal Eric Cochran said during the Class of 2018’s graduation ceremony last week at Chaifetz Arena.

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Affton students participate in a Day of Service

The Affton School District held its second annual #afftonstrong Community Day of Service this month, where each of the district’s students and staff members served the community for at least one hour. “Together, we are making Affton stronger and helping our students develop as responsible citizens ready to make a difference in our schools, our

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Call Newspapers receives 2018 statewide education award

Call Newspapers was honored this spring with the statewide Horace Mann Friend of Education Award from the Missouri National Education Association, or MNEA, for the newspaper’s expansive education coverage. The Call was the only newspaper in Missouri to receive the award and was nominated in the Journalism-Print category by the Special School District National Education

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