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Mehlville School District sets town-hall meeting

The Mehlville School District will sponsor its first town-hall meeting of the 2012-2013 school year at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22, at Genesis Banquet Center, 2651 Telegraph Road.

Superintendent Eric Knost began hosting the town-hall meetings last school year to engage the community. The meetings have no agenda and are driven by questions from residents.

Topics covered at the previous meetings have included the construction of tennis courts at Bernard Middle School, the $6 million auditorium planned to be built on the Mehlville Senior High School campus and tuition-free, full-day kindergarten.

Mehlville School District sets town-hall meeting

The Mehlville School District is inviting residents to attend its third town-hall meeting of the school year at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, at Keller Plaza Cinema, 4572 Lemay Ferry Road

Residents who attend will have the opportunity to ask questions and express concerns to Superintendent Eric Knost, district administrators and Board of Education members.

“There truly is no agenda for this meeting other than providing community members the opportunity to converse, ask questions and/or make suggestions regarding the Mehlville School District,” Knost stated in a district news release. “We always want to hear from our taxpayers and residents, so it is critically important for us to keep our line of two-way communication open with them.”

The Keller Cinema’s concession stand will be open for participants to purchase food or drinks during the town-hall meeting. No outside food or drinks will be allowed in the movie theater.

For more information about the town-hall meeting, call the district’s Communications Department at (314) 467-5156.

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Mehlville School District sets town-hall meeting