Summer Session goes virtual, more options available for students

Summer Session goes virtual, more options available for students
Posted on 05/05/2020

Social distancing requirements related to the spread of novel coronavirus have prompted Mehlville School District to change Summer Session programming. To ensure the safety of our students and staff while offering flexibility for our students, Mehlville Summer Session will be virtual for students currently in kindergarten through 11th grade. 

Students can choose to participate in Summer Session programs in either June or July or both. Each program will be about two hours long. Students in elementary and middle school can choose to complete coursework in the morning or in the afternoon. High school students can recover up to two credits or receive up to two credits in electives. 

“It’s important for our students and for our families to have opportunities to learn,” said Dr. Brian Smith, Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning. “While this year’s summer school may not look like it has in previous years due to the pandemic, we remain committed to providing our students with multiple opportunities to participate in enrichment activities and skills review. Staying connected, even if physically separated, allows our students the chance to see friends, interact with teachers and continue learning.” 

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].