Hassler, Pretto, Wolman elected to Mehlville Board of Education

Hassler, Pretto, Wolman elected to Mehlville Board of Education
Posted on 06/03/2020
BOE electeesDuring the June 2 Board of Education election, incumbents Peggy Hassler and Jean Pretto were re-elected to the Mehlville Board of Education. Jeff Wolman was elected to his first term on the Board of Education. All three board members will serve three-year terms.

More about Peggy Hassler

Hassler has served on the Mehlville Board of Education since 2017. She is currently the board secretary. Hassler was an organizer of the Prop R campaign and has served on numerous committees. Her children are graduates of Oakville High School, and she is a 1983 graduate of Mehlville High School. Hassler is an Operations Manager and paralegal at Keefe & Griffiths, P.C., Attorneys at Law.

More about Jean Pretto

This marks the start of Jean Pretto’s third term on the Mehlville Board of Education. She was first elected in 2014. Pretto has served as vice president of the board from April 2016 to April 2018. She is a lifelong resident of Mehlville School District and is a retired educator. Both of her daughters graduated from Oakville High School.

More about Jeff Wolman

Wolman is an elementary school parent in the Mehlville School District, with two children attending MOSAIC. He has been active in MOSAIC and Oakville Elementary Schools parent-teacher organizations. Wolman is a system engineer for Connectria Hosting. Wolman takes the seat of Samantha Stormer, who decided to not run for re-election.

Hassler, Pretto and Wolman will be sworn in at the June 11 meeting of the Mehlville Board of Education. This meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. via videoconference and will be live-streamed on the Mehlville School District YouTube channel.

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].