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District Announcements
CHARACTER TRAIT OF THE MONTH:
​RESPONSIBILITY
Being accountable for your own actions at school, work, and/or home.
School Announcements
Welcome to Mehlville High School, a proud member of the Mehlville School District.


Visit the links below to learn more about our school.


Click HERE for daily updated school activities.

Click HERE for daily school announcements.

Click HERE for MHS School News.

* Former Students and Alumni:  In order to not interrupt teaching and student learning, please make an appointment to visit MHS after school hours. Thank you.

MHS Students Get on Board "2N2" Safe Driving Initiative



Mehlville High School students are getting behind the wheel of a new State Farm Insurance initiative to combat distracted driving.  In the project, "2N2" stands for "Two eyes on the road and two hands on the wheel."  From October 15-24, 2014, students can go to celebratemydrive.com to commit to safe driving on behalf of Mehlville High School.  Prizes for the high schools with the most e-mail addresses registered include ninety $25,000 grants and ten $100,000 grants.  The grand prize is a one of two concerts by The Band Perry.

To see a promotional video students produced, click here.
MHS/OHS Football Game
There was something for everyone at Friday night's (Oct. 10) Mehlville-Oakville varsity football showdown. Scholar athletes Kyle Kaletka (MHS) and Marcus Biri (OHS) were honored, former players Keon Raymond (MHS) and Ken Leah (OHS) were remembered, MHS stadium namesake Jack Jordan was saluted and the two varsity teams battled it out on the field. An evening-long rain got everyone wet but didn't dampen their spirits. Thanks to the Marines for helping make this a very special evening. Click here to view slideshow. 



October is Bullying Prevention Awareness month.  Next week at Mehlville High School is Right Beside You Spirit Week. This will be a week to promote kindness, inclusion, and anti-bullying.  Please help us support each other by partcipating.



 
National Honor Society Induction
Congratulations to the members of the National Honor Society. The induction ceremony for Mehlville High juniors was held at the auditorium on Monday, Sept. 29. The NHS goal is to prepare students for a life of service, learning and success.

Click here to view slideshow. 

 
MHS vs Fox at Wounded Warrior Game
Football rivalry took a back seat to military bravery on Friday night, Sept. 26, as Mehlville High and Fox High continued their efforts to support the Wounded Warrior Project. Both schools raised money to help the men and women who were injured defending our freedom, and a special ceremony was held before the football game. Well played, everyone!

Click here to view slideshow. 


 
Cliff Cave Clean-Up
Mr. Lamping and several students got down (literally) and dirty on Wednesday, Sept. 24, as they did graffiti removal inside Cliff Cave as a service learning project. Click here to read more. 

Click here to view slideshow. 

Click here to view video. 
 
Homecoming Weekend Spirit
It was a fun-filled festive Homecoming weekend (Sept. 19 & 20). From the pep rally, parade and the football game on Friday to the big dance on Saturday night.

Congratulations to Freddie Judson and Edita Sabaredzovic for being crowned King and Queen. 

Click here to view the pep rally slideshow.

Click here to view the parade slideshow.

Click here to view video of the parade. 

Click here to view the dance slideshow.
MHS 2014-15 YEARBOOK ON SALE

YEARBOOK SALE ONLINE!  This year's yearbook will be in all COLOR!  Also, it will be a bigger sized book than in the past!  End of the year events will also come included with your yearbook purchase.  There will NOT be a sale during school this year.  ALL YEARBOOKS WILL BE SOLD ONLINE.  The price will go up after October 5th, so Order now to save! 

CLICK HERE TO ORDER YOUR MHS YEARBOOK TODAY!


 
Sandwich Showdown!
Culinary Arts and ProStart students at Mehlville High School brought their best menu items to the first-ever Sandwich Showdown.  If you're not hungry now, you will be after you watch this.  Click here.
Welcome to MHS 2014-15 School Year

MHS is ready for the first day of school for the 2014-15 school year. We are looking forward to a great year. Classes begin at 7:20 am; the school day ends at 2:05 pm.

Email is big form of communication at Mehlville High School, both for students and for parents.  Please make sure your email is up to date and current with the school. If you need to change it for some reason, please contact your student’s grade level secretary to provide accurate information.

 Ms. Woods   9th grade A-G and 11th grade    467-6013
 Mrs. Luck     9th grade H-O and 10th grade    467-6012
 Mrs. Pizzella  9th grade P-Z and 12th grade   467-6014

Daily announcements are posted on the MHS website (www.mehlvilleschooldistrict.com) under "School Information", "Announcements". This is a great way for parents to stay informed on what is happening at MHS.
MHS Gives Back Food Appeal
Students in MHS Gives Back say shelves in their food pantry at Mehlville High School are empty. Click here to read more. To see their video appeal, click here. 
Ice Bucket Challenge at Panthers First Home Football Game
It wasn't a nice evening....it was an ice evening at the Mehlville High School football game on Friday, Aug. 22 as the principals took part in the ALS ice bucket challenge.

Click here to view a video. Click here to view slideshow.

Click here to view slideshow of the crowd at the football game. 
Drive 4Ur School Raises Money for MHS Football
In a unique community combination of education and business, the Dave Sinclair Ford "Drive 4Ur School" Program helps raise money for the Mehlville High School football team.

To see a video about the program click here.
Character Captains plan 'Don't Be That Guy' video series
Student Character Captains at Mehlville High School are producing a back-to-school message about how to behave in their National School of Character. To see a video about what they discussed at the June 25 brainstorming session, click here.
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