Seven Mehlville pupils earn top MAP-test scores

Seven Mehlville School District pupils received the maximum score available on their Missouri Assessment Program exams, according to a district news release.

Oakville Senior High School freshman Justin Bayer earned 860 points of a possible 860 points on the MAP math test he took last spring as an eighth-grader at Oakville Middle School.

This marks the second consecutive year that he has earned a perfect score on the MAP exam.

Fellow Oakville Senior High freshman Michael Reynolds also earned an 860 on the MAP math exam he took last spring as an Oakville Middle School eighth-grader.

Bernard Middle School had two pupils earn a perfect score on the MAP math exam as seventh-graders last spring. Victoria Far-ris and Emily Hall each scored an 860 on the test.

At the elementary level, three current fourth-grade pupils posted perfect scores on the MAP exam as third-graders last spring.

Melinda Grigg of Point Elementary, Josh Kuntze of Wohlwend Elementary and Vito Cammarata of Oakville Elementary each earned 780 points of a possible 780 points on the MAP math test.