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April 3, 2020

MRHMS LATEST NEWS FOR YOU

April 3, 2020

MRH MIDDLE SCHOOL UPDATES

(314)644-4406

Students at MRH Middle School are immersed both inside and outside the classroom in a variety of experiences through the metaphor, “School as Expedition.”

Learning expeditions are in-depth studies of a topic that engage students through authentic projects, real-life studies, fieldwork, and service. Expeditions occur within the school walls when the community is brought into the classroom through expert guest speakers and outside of the classroom, as a journey to conduct fieldwork.

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Video from Mr. Dittrich

A lot of information below is covered in the video above. We took information from emails the last two weeks that were important and tried to put them all in once place. Thanks for all your help and stay safe. We are all in this together but need to do it six feet apart!

EARLY RELEASE DAYS

 

Although we are learning from a distance, MRHMS will maintain all early release days! Please note that April 7, 2020 will be an early release day for the Middle School! HOW DOES THAT WORK?! Well, we will have 8 classes but most classes will be simple surveys or questions regarding remote learning and how we can help students with this delivery model. Please take the additional time on Tuesday to relax as a family!

Parents & Guardians, we need your help!!!

 

 

What can Parents/Guardians do to help us during this time? 

Help ensure students spend time daily online interacting with their class content each day.  Please spend time checking your students Its Learning page and Powerschool!

 

Create a space/time where they interact with their learning materials. We realize parents/guardians have jobs, other kids to take care of, younger siblings and a plethora of other things to worry about so we appreciate any support you can give. We do know who is interacting on Its Learning and can use that to mark daily attendance. Here are some daily questions to ask your student: “What 4 classes did you have today?” “Talk to me about your learning session in _____class?” “What do you still have to get done?” “Did you interact on Its Learning today?” “Do you need to email a teacher for anything?” We realize this is a new model of learning and we as educators are also learning as we go.  

This is a link to our Its Learning instructional video we released earlier in the year. itsLearning Youtube video Click Here

 

 

 

Earlier this year we shared a video on Its Learning, our curriculum repository. You can find daily agendas for your children's courses and check for current and future assignments. For access to this you will need your child's access code which your child should be able to provide.

Teaching and Learning:

We have completed over 3/4 of our school year, but we still have two months to go. The teaching and learning will continue and we will interact with our content and students via Its Learning and other teaching websites. MS students already use and reference Its Learning to interact with their curriculum and they are familiar with it. Teachers will have their daily class plans up for that day (we are still following our A-B, 4-class a day schedule) by 8:30 AM each day. The plans will include a mix of reading links, educational videos, educational links related to the topic of the day, and student work/practice opportunities. The length of time that students will be working may vary per class, but it is not expected that students are sitting at their computer from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm working as in a traditional school day. Expect approximately 40-60 minutes of instruction per class, with 4 classes each day. All courses began on Wednesday, March 25th. While teachers do have scheduled office hours, feel free to break up the learning that takes place throughout the day. Remember that this is new to us as well. We are making the best decisions we can with the information we have at the given time. I would like to thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation as we work together to overcome this obstacle. 

 

Teachers will be available each day via Its Learning, chat or school email for students. If students have any questions, teachers are ready to respond as each teacher has a designated 2 hour “office hour” time period each school day to respond to students and parents. Of course, if anyone has any questions/concerns, please email me at michael.dittrich@mrhschools.net.  You can also call my office phone at 314-446-6604 and please leave a message, I will get back to you as soon as possible. Here is a link when all teachers in middle school and high school will have office hours along with a link to their email. 

 

 Need for Counseling

We know this may be a stressful time for our students. Students are at an age when they may feel distanced from their peers and now we are asking them to purposely practice social distancing. Our counselor, Ms. Brown, has regular office hours. Students can email Ms. Brown and she will reach out to them via email or phone. If students are in need to speak with someone immediately, YouthConnection Helpline is available at 314-819-8802, text: BHEARD to 31658, or webchat: http://bhrstl.org/

 

Students with IEP’s

Students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) will be provided with lessons and activities to support their learning as it relates to IEP goals. IEP Case Managers and other special education staff (Speech-Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, ABA Associate, Social Worker, etc.) will be in contact via email with each family regarding the next steps and to provide lessons and/or support. Students will receive lessons and/or staff support for each area of service on their IEP. For special education classes (Foundations courses, Learning Strategies, Life Skills), the special education teacher will provide lessons. For CWC classes, the general education teacher will provide lessons and the special education staff will be available to provide learning support, accommodations, and modifications. Completed work can be turned in electronically, it can be turned in on paper when school resumes, or parents/guardians can keep a daily log of completed lessons and submit the log to the special education staff. Additionally, all MRH staff are committed to ensuring accommodations and modifications are provided so that students with IEPs can continue to access meaningful learning activities. Special education staff will be available for support, at minimum, between 7:45 and 3:15 each school day. The first point of contact for families is your child’s special education Case Manager (Teacher or SLP). Ben Gleason, Special Education Coordinator for MRH, is also available at ben.gleason@mrhschools.net.

MRH FOOD DISTRIBUTION ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Earlier Thursday morning our communications department informed MRH stakeholders that food distribution would be temporarily placed on hold. This was the same system we were going to use to distribute our plants for remote learning gardening lessons. We will follow up with a communication when this event will be rescheduled. Until then, thank you to our wonderful Buildings and Grounds department for keeping them watered. Thank you in advance for everyones understanding. Below is the communication sent by the district.

 

The Maplewood Richmond Heights School District is temporarily suspending distribution of meals to students at all three locations beginning today, Thursday, April 2. An MRH Food Services worker this morning reported having a fever without other symptoms. However, out of an abundance of caution, and after consultation with the Health Department, the District has asked the employee to not report to work and to contact a physician. It is MRH policy to ensure that any employee is fever-free for 72 hours prior to returning to work. Our Food Services employees rigorously follow all food-handling protocols required by the Health Department. Pending the results of the employee’s health tests, the District intends to resume distribution of meals on Monday, April 6. We regret any inconvenience to our families. 

 

Families are welcome to pick up meals at Affton High School Commons, 8309 Mackenzie Road, 63123, between 11:30 am and 12:30 pm today and Friday. This is drive-through distribution only; PLEASE REMAIN IN YOUR VEHICLE.

 

There are other school sites throughout St. Louis to pick up meals today and Friday. Here is a link to those resources: STL Regional Food Sites

 

In addition, STL County Library is distributing meals at several of their locations: STL County Library Food Distribution

 

Finally, check the MRH Community Resources Guide: COVID-19 for additional food resources.

COMPUTER OR TECH ISSUES???

 

FOR COMPUTERS or other TECH ITEMS REQUIRING REPAIR

 

A computer or other tech item can be dropped off or picked up 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Mon-Fri.

 

1.   Students and staff will create a tech work order by calling 314-446-3999 and leaving a message or emailing tech@mrhschools.net

 

2.   Students and staff will drop off the computer to be repaired on the designated table in the MS/HS Gym Lobby. (Please be sure computer has the students' or staff members' name on it)

 

3.   Remove the computer or other tech items from its case. (Take the case with you.)

 

4.   Wipe down the computer or item thoroughly, inside and out, with a Clorox wipe. Leave the computer in the designated area on the table.

 

5.   Use Clorox wipes to wipe the door handles on the way out.

 

6.   Deposit used Clorox Wipe in the trashcan by door.

 

ONCE COMPUTER IS REPAIRED

 

1.   Check email for the ticket response indicating that the computer has been repaired and is ready to pick up. Typical repair time will be one business day.

 

2.   Enter MS/HS Gym Lobby and pick-up computer or tech-related items from the designated table. Be sure you are taking yours.

 

3.   Take a Clorox Wipe from the cleaning supplies table and wipe down the door handles on your way out. 

 

4.   Deposit used Clorox Wipe in the trashcan by door.

MESSAGE FROM MRHMS PTO

 

Due to the uncertainty in our current educational situation and out of an abundance of caution regarding the spread of COVID-19, the PTO is postponing the pizza and coffee/tea spring fundraiser indefinitely. If we are able to resume it upon the school's re-opening, we will provide an update at that time. If you have any questions, please contact Amy Peach at middleschool@mrhpto.orgThank you for your ongoing support of our school and students in these challenging times.

 

Thank you and stay healthy!

 
Michael Dittrich | 7539 Manchester, Maplewood, MO 63143

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April 1, 2020

MRHMS GARDEN UPDATE, APRIL 2, 2020

March 24, 2020

MRH MIDDLE SCHOOL UPDATES

(314)644-4400

Hi 7th Graders! Gardening is not cancelled! We may not be at school planting our school garden, but remember in February when we started seeds in PE? Well, they grew! You can pick up a baby plant this Thursday or Friday outside the R&D on the middle school/ high school campus between 10am and 1pm with meal pick-up. You can grow a tiny bit of food at home! All of the plants are suitable for planting outside or in a pot on a sunny windowsill. I will be posting how-to videos soon. Any plants not picked up by Friday will be available to any MRH student who wants one on Monday.  

 
 
Michael Dittrich | 7539 Manchester, Maplewood, MO 63143

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March 21, 2020

MRH MS Plan for Remote Learning

Dear Parents and Guardians, 

 

I want to take a few minutes to reach out to all parents and students during this time in history we will all remember. I am aware this letter is very long but I would prefer to over-communicate during this time. The goal of this letter is to inform you about teaching and learning, counseling needs, tech support, retrieving Chromebooks, medicine pickup, students with disabilities, and how parents can help. As we adjust to the world around us, it is our goal at MRH to make decisions based on the health and well being of all our stakeholders. It was, for this reason, MRH along with schools across the country, have closed their physical spaces. While the physical spaces for learning may be closed, we are still a school and we are still responsible for delivering teaching and learning to our students. I am sure most of you have seen the article that I have linked here but it is the best I have seen at understanding the need for social distancing. Understanding the value of social distancing.  

 

Teaching and Learning:

We have completed over 3/4 of our school year, but we still have two months to go. The teaching and learning will continue and we will interact with our content and students via Its Learning and other teaching websites. MS students already use and reference Its Learning to interact with their curriculum and they are familiar with it. Teachers will have their daily class plans up for that day (we are still following our A-B, 4-class a day schedule) by 8:30 AM each day. The plans will include a mix of reading links, educational videos, educational links related to the topic of the day, and student work/practice opportunities. The length of time that students will be working may vary per class, but it is not expected that students are sitting at their computer from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm working as in a traditional school day. Expect approximately 40-60 minutes of instruction per class, with 4 classes each day. All courses will begin on Wednesday, March 25th, an A-day. While teachers do have scheduled office hours, feel free to break up the learning that takes place throughout the day. Remember that this is new to us as well. We are making the best decisions we can with the information we have at the given time. I would like to thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation as we work together to overcome this obstacle. 

 

Teachers will be available each day via Its Learning, chat or school email for students. If students have any questions, teachers are ready to respond as each teacher has a designated 2 hour “office hour” time period each school day to respond to students and parents. Of course, if anyone has any questions/concerns, please email me at michael.dittrich@mrhschools.net.  You can also call my office phone at 314-446-6604 and I will get back to you as soon as possible. Here is a link when all teachers in middle school and high school will have office hours along with a link to their email. 

 

Need for Counseling

We know this may be a stressful time for our students. Students are at an age when they may feel distanced from their peers and now we are asking them to purposely practice social distancing. Our counselor, Ms. Brown, will also have regular office hours. Students can email Ms. Brown and she will reach out to them via email or phone. If students are in need to speak with someone immediately, YouthConnection Helpline is available at 314-819-8802, text: BHEARD to 31658, or webchat: http://bhrstl.org/

 

Technology Support during Remote Learning

MRH will provide tech support for MRH devices and/or MRH online programs. MRH cannot troubleshoot Internet issues or systems issues related to your personal device. You will need to contact your Internet or system provider for questions related to these issues. The MRH School District technology support number is 314-446-3999.

 

Please leave a message that includes the issue you are having, the best number you can be reached, and an email address. This information is important so we can route the technology work orders to the appropriate personnel. A member of the tech team will respond as soon as possible.

 

In order to assist families and the community during this time, Charter Spectrum has committed to offering special discounts or 2-months of free internet and Wifi service to families of K-12 students who need remote education if they meet certain criteria. For more information regarding this program, please see the following link: Coronavirus Internet Offer for Students.

 

Retrieving Items from School:

Students will have an opportunity to retrieve needed items from our newly cleaned and sanitized building on Tuesday, March 24 from 1-5 PM. This is not a time for students to socialize. Please discuss with your children the need to practice social distancing at all times.  

 

Our E-learning classes start on March 25th (an A day) and students will need all content-related materials, laptops, chargers, instruments, books, etc. to do their work from home. We expect the need to access the building to be very low but understand some students may need to grab necessary items. For the safety of everyone we only want students coming to the building if it is absolutely necessary. Please take a minute to fill out this formMS Item Pick Up Form if you have a need to come to the building so we can get an idea of staffing to handle the need for students visiting. During these visits, we will be a single access point building only. All visitors must report to the front doors facing Manchester and the athletic field. 

 

Please make note of the time slots below that are based on grade level and student last name in order to limit the number of individuals on campus in accordance with recommendations from the CDC and other health departments. Once again, please complete this google formMS Item Pick Up Form to let administrators know which items/materials the student will need to retrieve from lockers or classrooms.

 

1:00 - 2:00 pm: 7th Grade, Last Name A - M

2:00 - 3:00 pm: 7th Grade, Last Name N - Z

3:00 - 4:00 pm: 8th Grade, Last Name A - M

4:00 - 5:00 pm: 8th Grade, Last Name N - Z

 

Furthermore, please make sure that item pickup is for essential learning and school-related needs such as Chromebooks, chargers, notebooks, coursework, and other learning materials.

 

Medicine Pick-Up

Nurse Angel has already begun reaching out to families who may need prescription medications that are at the middle school / high school nurse’s office. If you have not heard from her to arrange the retrieval of your medications please call her at (314) 495-8165.

 

Students with IEP’s

Students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) will be provided with lessons and activities to support their learning as it relates to IEP goals. IEP Case Managers and other special education staff (Speech-Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, ABA Associate, Social Worker, etc.) will be in contact via email with each family regarding the next steps and to provide lessons and/or support. Students will receive lessons and/or staff support for each area of service on their IEP. For special education classes (Foundations courses, Learning Strategies, Life Skills), the special education teacher will provide lessons. For CWC classes, the general education teacher will provide lessons and the special education staff will be available to provide learning support, accommodations, and modifications. Completed work can be turned in electronically, it can be turned in on paper when school resumes, or parents/guardians can keep a daily log of completed lessons and submit the log to the special education staff. Additionally, all MRH staff are committed to ensuring accommodations and modifications are provided so that students with IEPs can continue to access meaningful learning activities. Special education staff will be available for support, at minimum, between 7:45 and 3:15 each school day. The first point of contact for families is your child’s special education Case Manager (Teacher or SLP). Ben Gleason, Special Education Coordinator for MRH, is also available at ben.gleason@mrhschools.net.

 

What can Parents/Guardians do to help us during this time? 

Help ensure students spend time daily online interacting with their class content each day.  

Create a space/time where they interact with their learning materials. We realize parents/guardians have jobs, other kids to take care of, younger siblings and a plethora of other things to worry about so we appreciate any support you can give. We do know who is interacting on It’s Learning and can use that to mark daily attendance. Here are some daily questions to ask your student: “What 4 classes did you have today?” “Talk to me about your learning session in _____class?” “What do you still have to get done?” “Did you interact on Its Learning today?” “Do you need to email a teacher for anything?” We realize this is a new model of learning and we as educators are also learning as we go.  

Students can be provided two meals (breakfast and lunch) daily or weekly. They can go to the nearest school site to pick up between the hours of 10 AM and 1 PM.  

If your student is ill or unable to personally pick up their lunch please email Ms. Irene Wan at irene.wan@mrhschools.net to let her know so she can help you arrange the food pick-up.

 

Since my arrival eight years ago at MRH, my signature on all emails has been the Cadet Maxim from West Point Military Academy. “Excellence can be obtained. Risk more than others think is safe. Care more than others think is wise. Dream more than others think is practical. Expect more than others think is possible.”  While I do not believe this is a time for taking more risk than others think is safe, I do think it is a time when we need to think about our care for others and dream and expect more from our current situation. Please let me know how I can continue to care and maintain high expectations for our students and staff. We are all in this together and will come out stronger than we are now. This planning has made me think about how we can do better for students in the future who may require remote learning for medical or social-emotional needs. It should always be an expectation of getting better when faced with adversity. I appreciate all of you and look forward to continuing my service to the community in this time of need.

 

Sincerely,

 

Michael Dittrich

Principal

MRHMS Middle School

 

 
Michael Dittrich | 7539 Manchester, Maplewood, MO 63143

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March 13, 2020

MRHMS LATEST NEWS FOR YOU

March 13, 2020

MRH MIDDLE SCHOOL UPDATES

(314)644-4406

Students at MRH Middle School are immersed both inside and outside the classroom in a variety of experiences through the metaphor, “School as Expedition.”

Learning expeditions are in-depth studies of a topic that engage students through authentic projects, real-life studies, fieldwork, and service. Expeditions occur within the school walls when the community is brought into the classroom through expert guest speakers and outside of the classroom, as a journey to conduct fieldwork.

Calendar Events

 

 

SPRING BREAK - March 16 - 20, 2020 Students will return March 23, 2020

 

EARLY DISMISSAL - April 7, 2020 - Early Dismissal at 1:25 pm?

 

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WEEKLY LEARNING

Spanish I and Thirst Project

 

Profe Welge and Profe Vinson's Spanish classes joined together this week to learn about Thirst Project, an initiative that the AP Spanish students chose to focus on for their Global Service Project this year. 

 

Students gathered to watch presentations from 'road warriors' Cici Bhikha and Arianna Tipsword, ambassadors of Thirst Project. The students learned how Thirst Project raises money to provide clean water to various communities around the world. 

 

There are more than 600 million people in the world that do not have access to clean water and 3.5 million people die of water-born diseases each year, most of them. Women and children from the countries served by Thirst Project walk an average of 6-8 hours each day to gather water, and even then it is polluted and extremely dirty. They will then carry the full water jug, weighing roughly 45 pounds, back to their homes where they will boil it, hoping to kill some of the waterborne diseases.

 

High school and middle school students learned the impact that clean water can have on communities, not only a longer and healthier life-span, but the ability of children to attend school instead of fetching water, and the ability for women to work.

 

?Students were then able to try and pick up a 45 pound jug of water and place it on their heads, experiencing what many people have to go through just to get water.

 

Students of the Week - Recognized by our staff for upholding our cornerstones of Leadership, Scholarship, Citizenship, and Stewardship. With last weeks snow day we have two students of the week for both grade levels.

 

Graham Colvin

Graham Colvin is our 7th grade student of the week! Graham is a leader in the classroom. From core content to electives to extracurriculars, he always gives his all. He takes pride and ownership in his work, and encourages his peers to do the same. We are lucky to have him here at MRHMS!

Ava Kasten

Ava Kasten is our 8th grade student of the week. Ava demonstrates the cornerstones of scholarship, leadership and citizenship. She is extremely insightful, willing to help others and participates in all class discussions. Additionally, Ava is an amazing friend who cares deeply for others. She wears a smile on her face that lights up a room. Thank you Ava for the meaningful contributions you make to our 8th grade team.

Our apologies for not having a photo for our students of the week. With students being out ill it has been difficult to get them all in the same space. Stay tuned and we will be posting it to Facebook.

Green Schools Quest!!!

By Cerenety Brown

 

The students in Sustainability have been focusing on a big project that is called The Green Schools Quest. The Green Schools Quest is where a bunch of schools around the region are competing with other schools to see which school can be greener, like saving energy, gas, food, etc. The classes have been researching how to reduce food waste and hearing more about where the food goes when it is wasted.

 

At MRHMS, we had sustainability students conduct 2 audits on food waste. The audits were to see how much food we are wasting in our school, and why. We had buckets for different food items and interviewed students on why they didn’t finish a food on their tray. 

After the waste audits, we wanted to find solutions to wasting food in our school. Student groups created presentations pitching ideas such as a food preference survey, energy release before lunch, lunch competition, share table for extra food, etc. Then, we found a couple solutions that most agreed on, which were Lunch Competition, eliminating plastic cutlery at lunch, sharing tables for unopened extra food, and surveying students about having energy release before lunch. 

Lunch competition was one of the most popular solutions and we have a plan to compete for the least food wasted at lunch between the 7th and 8th grades. We will weigh the food wasted by 7th grade each day for the week the 8th grade is at Ocean Springs, and how much food waste the 8th grade has while 7th grade is at Tremont. The grade with the least amount of food waste will win an ice cream party during the last week of school.

2020 CENSUS

A kindergartener counted in the 2020 Census this spring will be starting high school when the next census comes around in 2030: That's 10 years of school supplies, teachers, school lunches, and so much more. This is your opportunity to help ensure they have a bright future!

 

2020 Census Flyer - English version

2020 Census Flyer - Spanish version

 

To view the flyer in 12 additional languages - see the link below.

https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/sis/2020census/get-involved/take-home-flyer.html

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EXPEDITION NEWS

 

Stay tuned for information heading your way regarding our end of year expeditions to Tremont and Ocean Springs. Less than 10% of our students do not attend our end of year expeditions due to health, family obligations, or behavior issues. Below is an excerpt from our handbook that was shared with all families at the beginning of the year regarding behavior concerns and attendance to our end of year expeditions.

 

LEARNING AND WORKING

The student’s primary job at school is to grow as a scholar, leader, citizen, and steward. During the learning process, we want the students to enjoy working with the teachers and classmates. In order to do that, it is important that we make sure that each student understands exactly what is expected of them to uphold the cornerstones. 

The middle school curriculum is built on the principles of expeditionary learning. Most units of study involve field experience, reflection on the learning, and exhibits of excellent student work. Field experiences can vary and range from local trips to area businesses, community and county parks, or out of state trips to the Smoky Mountains or Gulf of Mexico. Daily student behavior related to safety may directly impact participation in these experiences. 

**Students may not be allowed to participate in expeditions if they demonstrate unsafe or uncooperative behavior. In these circumstances, students will meet with the teachers and/or administration to determine if they will be allowed to participate in the extended expeditions. Students are also expected to meet expectations for being in class on time and attendance to school. 

Announcements

How can I help as a parent?

Lately, we have had parents ask how they can help our Middle School. One of the things we try to provide for the students are healthy snacks! Daily we have students who have missed breakfast or just need a little extra because they are hitting growth spurts. Next time you go grocery shopping, please feel free to pick up a box of granola bars or some other type of healthy snack for the office.

A special thanks to any parent that has donated snacks to the Middle School! Your contributions are greatly appreciated!

ATTENDANCE REMINDER

If a student is going to be absent, please remember to call or email Mrs. Jonas, our Middle School Administrative Assistant, by 9 a.m. She can be reached at (314) 644-4406 or tonya.jonas@mrhschools.net

Leaving School Early

If a student needs to be picked up early, parents should go to the Central Office to sign their child out. The Central Office will contact the Middle School Secretary. The Middle School will send your student to the Central Office for check out. In order to protect instructional time, students will not be called from class until the parent has arrived at school.

Morning Arrival and Morning Academic Support Information

A reminder that students should not be dropped off or allowed to walk to school and arrive prior to 7:45 am. We do not have official supervision until this time. 

 

Students may be dropped off or arrive at 7:45 if they are attending an academic lab prior to school. The schedule is pictured above. If your child is not attending an academic lab in the morning, then there is no need for them to arrive prior to 8:00 am. Last year, we purposely moved our start time back to 8:30. This decision was based on the research of teens and their sleep patterns.  

 

Please make sure you are having conversations with your children about their plans after school. Students are always welcome to use our office phones after school to notify you they are going to a friend's house, Maplewood Pool, The Heights, Learning Labs, etc. Undoubtedly, the middle school student will at some point forget to tell you where they are going. If this happens, please contact the school at (314) 644-4406 or (314) 446-3900.  

 

Permission Slips

We spend time away from school to learn through our metaphor - School as Expedition. Because of this, we would be sending home permission slips on a weekly basis. However, when your child enrolls at MRH, parents sign a permission slip for students to leave campus, making weekly permission slips unnecessary. The middle school operates under a “duty to inform” parents that we will be taking your child off-campus. Expect to see these via email. 

 

Lunch and Breakfast Menus

Check out Mealviewer or get the app for your Android or Apple. 

https://schools.mealviewer.com/results/mrh

 

 
Michael Dittrich | 7539 Manchester, Maplewood, MO 63143

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