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Mehlville to screen film ‘Most Likely to Succeed’

Chris Gaines

Chris Gaines

With the creation of the Choice School for Innovation, Mehlville School District residents will hear lots of talk in the coming months about “innovative schools” and “student-based learning.”

But what do those words really mean?

Superintendent Chris Gaines will host an encore presentation of the award winning film “Most Likely To Succeed” on Tuesday, March 15, at the Nottelmann Auditorium on the campus of Mehlville High School, 3200 Lemay Ferry Road.

The film will be shown at 6:30 p.m.

“Most Likely To Succeed” takes viewers inside an innovative high school where the only rule is to find the best ways to help students learn and understand classroom lessons, according to a news release.

That philosophy will be a cornerstone of the district’s vision for a new elementary school, the release stated.

There is no cost to view the film.

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Mehlville to screen film ‘Most Likely to Succeed’

Mehlville to screen film 'Most Likely to Succeed'

The Mehlville School District will sponsor a free screening of the film, “Most Likely to Succeed,” at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 16, at the William B. Nottelmann Auditorium on the campus of Mehlville High School, 3200 Lemay Ferry Road.

The film provides information about how schools are re-imagining education through project-based learning, personalization and maker spaces.

A panel discussion will follow the screening. To obtain tickets for the screening, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/screening-of-most-likely-to-succeed-tickets-19583528862.

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