Character Education Beliefs
Mehlville High School’s Mission
To ensure that all students reach their potential by preparing them to be lifelong learners and responsible citizens through a dynamic curriculum, student-centered instruction, a safe and nurturing environment and community collaboration.
Mehlville High School’s Vision
Is that Mehlville High School focuses on the five core principles: Respect, Rigor, Relevance, Relationships and Results motivating all to respect themselves and take responsibility for their learning.
Mehlville High School’s Touchstone
Mehlville Motivates…you to Respect yourself and take Responsibility for your learning.
MEHLVILLE'S CORE VALUES
Mehlville’s 5 R’s:
MEHLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL CHARACTER CAPTAIN NOTEBOOK
MEHLVILLE HIGH CHARACTER APPLICATION
MEHLVILLE'S STUDENT OF THE MONTH
Mehlville High School faculty members choose students that represent the current Character word of the month. Those students are announced over the PA during TAP and asked to come to the office to receive a certificate in honor of their nomination. A complied list of students receiving nominations for each month are posted on the website under “School News”.
MEHLVILLE SHOUT OUTS
Mehlville High School celebrates student and staff success through morning shout outs acknowledging whatever the achievement may be. Those same Shout Outs are posted under “Applause” in the daily announcements.
Social Media Responsibility
Character Science Lesson
We are a National School of Character
Click HERE to view video of our journey to becoming a National School of Character.
Click HERE to learn more about the Teacher Advisory Program (TAP).
Rams Honor Panthers as Missouri Football Team of the Year
Members of the 2013-2014 Mehlville High School varsity football team were the special guests of the St. Louis Rams on Saturday, Jan. 25, as the Rams picked the Panthers as its Missouri High School Football Team of the Year. Click HERE to view the video from the team's visit to Rams Park.
Character Word of the Month
Without Character, Freedom Fails
Inside the First Amendment
“Character Education is the deliberate effort to help people understand, care about, and act upon core ethical values.”
Dr. Thomas Lickona
Click on the links below to view a video of the character word of the month. Students and staff joined in to share the meaning of the word.
October - Responsibility
November - Courage
December - Caring
January - Integrity
February - Honesty
Mehlville's Character Journey
CHARACTER INITIATIVES AT MHS
Each of the students pictured above are wearing t-shirts representing the Character Initiatives that were implemented here at Mehlville High School.
Marc Jones - Relay for Life
Katilyn Krejci - Special Olympics
Danielle Westermeyer - Ali's Army
John Revilla- Buzz Back to School
Kelli Carter - Mehlville Motivates
Mirza Jahic - Mehlville Motivates
Emina Catic - Paws-N-Peace
Walled Saeed - Mehlville Panthers
Emily Weber - NHS Shoebox Project
Jennifer Dummerth - Taylor's Gang
Afsana Ahmed - Konnect Program
Edita Sabaredzovic - Mentor Program