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Sarah Gray and Emilee Madlinger
Board approves the hiring of two assistant principals
Updated on 02/23/2024
The Mehlville Board of Education unanimously approved the hiring of two assistant principals for the 2024-2025 school year: Sarah Gray at Mehlville High School and Emilee Madlinger at Oakville High School. 
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Rogers Elementary Headlines

Welcome to Rogers Elementary!
Updated on 02/22/2024
Dear Rogers Family, What an end to the week we had last Friday! Again, I want to thank everyone for your unwavering support and invaluable assistance during that challenging time. Your collective efforts and dedication underscore our community's strength, and I am continually inspired by the resilience and generosity displayed by our students, parents, and staff alike. 
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Preparing for winter weather and the possibility of “snow days”
Updated on 11/09/2023
In the 2023-2024 school year, Mehlville School District can use up to five virtual learning days if our schools close due to snow or inclement weather. If more than five weather closures occur, we will use traditional snow days. Traditional snow days will be made up starting on May 30, 2024. 
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Rogers Elementary School is part of Mehlville School District. Located in south St. Louis County, Mehlville School District encompasses all or part of the unincorporated communities of Mehlville, Oakville, Concord and Lemay. Through its dedication to providing institutional excellence, fiscal responsibility and community benefit, our fully accredited district serves the educational needs of about 10,000 children in a community of about 96,000 residents within 42 square miles.

Portrait of a GraduateThe mission of Mehlville School District is to build a high-performing school system rooted in the community's desire to build a culture of improvement for staff and students. Mehlville School District believes that all of our graduates should be creative and critical thinkers, self-aware, persistent, communicators, and ethical and global. We call this our Portrait of a Graduate. 

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The Mehlville School District strictly prohibits discrimination and harassment against employees, students or others on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, or sex including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity and other characteristics protected by law. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: contact Adam Smith at 314-467-5006 or [email protected].