Thirty-five Mehlville students earn perfect scores on MAP test

The Mehlville School District has announced that 35 students earned perfect scores on either the Communication Arts or Mathematics section of the Missouri Assessment Program, or MAP, tests taken this spring.

“Achieving a perfect score on any section of the MAP test is an impressive feat, and I am incredibly proud of these 35 students,” Superintendent Eric D. Knost stated in a district news release. “Such an outstanding accomplishment is a testament not only to the students’ academic prowess, but also to the support and encouragement of their parents and teachers.”

The following students earned perfect MAP scores:

Third-Grade Test:

Chase Christopher, Math

Ellie Crawford, Math

Dalajid Dizdarevic, Math

John Emelko, Math

Gabe Keller, Communication Arts

Samantha Kern, Math

Megan Kohl, Math

Kara Marino, Math

Jenna Sinks, Math

Emma Tate, Math

Sean Thill, Math

Zach Wells, Math

Benny Yang, Math

Fourth-Grade Test:

David Cormack, Math

John Hubble, Math

Kirsten Kauffmann, Communication Arts and Math

Daniel McNulty, Math

Matt Meyer, Communication Arts

Carson Schaper, Math

Fifth-Grade Test:

Madeleine Bayer, Math

Michael Blaes, Math

Conrad Bucholtz, Math

Dylan Casteel, Math

Ruijie Liu, Math

Benjamin Oller, Math

Matthew Pinner, Math

Scott Slenker, Math

Ryan Westwood, Math

Sixth-Grade Test:

Jack Chen, Math

Mackenzie Glover, Math

Mia Meyer, Communication Arts

Carolyn Ream, Math

Luke Sailor, Math

Seventh-Grade Test:

Melinda Grigg, Math

Joshua Kuntze, Math