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Friday, April 15, 2011

Did Anybody Notice This?

This e-mail was sent to staff AND parents using the Mehlville School District's e-mail system
in support of Local 1889's puppet candidate Mike Klund. (see next e-mail below) Klund was also
supported by the Mehlville NEA (far-left teacher's union). INSIDE JOB? We'll see.

Mehlville Firefighters and Paramedics - IAFF Local 1889
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Plea from Marine Veteran
Fire Board President Testifies Against Classroom Teacher Retirement
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Vote Mike Klund for the Mehlville Fire Protection Board - April 5th

First and foremost, thank you for your time.  The Mehlville Firefighters and Paramedics of Local 1889 are supporting Mike Klund for the Mehlville Fire Protection District on April 5th, and believe strongly that you should too.

18 Fire Districts Support Local Veteran Amputee - Mehlville Fire Board President Aaron Hillmer Opts Out.  :(

Todd Nicely at his charity event
Marine Cpl. Todd Nicely

Dear Neighbor,

I am a Marine Corps veteran and a retired Captain from the Mehlville Fire Protection District.

My grandson Marine Cpl. Todd Nicely lost both of his arms and legs in an IED explosion while serving our country in Iraq.  As a grandparent, I was devastated.

I wanted to do something special for my grandson when he returned home.  I helped organize a charity event in South County at Faith Lutheran Church so the community could welcome Todd home and we could honor him for his efforts in defending our country.

A request was made through the Fire Fighters to the Mehlville Fire Protection district Board to display Fire equipment at our event, which is common at neighborhood functions.  I am retired from the Mehlville Fire District after working 33 years there.

My family was devastated to learn the Mehlville Fire Protection District, whose Fire Board President is Aaron Hilmer, denied my request.  Thankfully, the Fire Fighters put out a call across the region and 18 Fire Districts sent trucks to the event.

If the Mehlville Fire Protection District Board, led by Mr. Hilmer can't support our veterans injured in the line of duty, then who can we support?

I will be supporting Mike Klund on April 5th.


Russell Bono
Retired Mehlville Fire Captain,
Marine Corps Veteran and 
Grandfather of a young hero
President of Mehlville Fire District Board Testifies in Jefferson City against Classroom Teacher Pensions

Aaron Hillmer
Aaron Hillmer Testifies Against Classroom Teachers

"It does not go nearly far enough."  Aaron Hilmer, President of the Mehlville Fire District Board testifies in favor of House Bill 409, that effectively guts the retirement plan of our classroom teachers.

The biggest threat to classroom teacher pensions, which they contribute 14% of their own paychecks to annually, are politicians like Aaron Hilmer.

Protect classroom teachers and public servants by joining the grass roots effort to elect Mike Klund.  

Please join our coalition in telling Aaron Hilmer that he has gone FAR ENOUGH!
We of the Mehlville Firefighters and Paramedics ask you to join Mike Klund in his efforts to put Safety First! 
Elect Mike Klund to the Mehlville Fired Board to:
  • Stop Wasteful Spending
  • Stop Double Taxation
  • Keep Your Family Safe!

Mehlville Firefighters and Paramedics
Local 1889
Email addresses used for this email were compiled through various family, friends, supporters of Mike Klund, the Mehlville Firefighters and Paramedics and public records, like taxpayer funded web sites.  If you wish to be removed from further communications with the Mehlville Firefighters and Paramedics 1889, be sure to use the Safe Unsubscribe link at the bottom of this email.

This e-mail was sent to staff AND parents using Mehlville School District's e-mail system lawfully.
However, the formatting is IDENTICAL! Memo to Eric Knost: You guys better start investigating,
or someone else WILL.

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  Volume 3, Issue 10
Dec. 2, 2010  
Important Dates:

Dec. 3Strings Concert for St. Louis Zoo's Wild Lights 2010
- 6 to 8 p.m.
- St. Louis Zoo
  One Government Drive
  St. Louis, MO 63110
Dec. 4 & 5Oakville High Band Craft Fair
- Sat.: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  Sun.: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Oakville High School
  5557 Milburn Road
- Contact Shari at
  (314) 416-1444 or
Dec. 7Two Hour Early Dismissal
Dec. 9Board of Education Meeting
- 7 p.m.
- Administration Building
  3120 Lemay Ferry Road
Dec. 11Beasley Elementary
Breakfast with Santa
- 8 to 10 a.m.
- O'Charley's Restaurant
  4130 Rusty Road
- Contact Dawn Townsend at
  (314) 602-0457 or Amy
  Crawford at (314) 845-3210
  for more information.
Dec. 11Saturday Morning Cafe Session with the Superintendent
- 9 a.m.
- St. Louis Bread Co.
  130 S. County Center Way
Dec. 14Holiday Band Concert
- 6:30 p.m.
- Bernard Middle School
  1054 Forder Road
Dec. 21 & 22Early Release PreK-12/
Finals 6-12
Dec. 23-Jan. 2No School - Winter Break
Jan. 3No School - Professional Development/Workday
Jan. 4School Resumes
Jan. 8Saturday Morning Cafe Session with the Superintendent
- 9 a.m.
- St. Louis Bread Co.
  130 S. County Center Way
Jan. 13Two Hour Early Dismissal
Jan. 14Mehlville Retired Educators & Mehlville NEA Trivia Night
- 7 p.m.
- Genesis Banquet Center
  2651 Telegraph Road
- $20/person before Jan. 10
- Contact
  for more information.
Jan. 17No School - Dr. Martin Luther King Day
Jan. 20Board of Education Meeting
- 7 p.m.
- Administration Building
  3120 Lemay Ferry Road
Feb. 3Two Hour Early Dismissal
Feb. 4MHS Choir Trivia Night
- 7 p.m.
- Royale Orleans
  2801 Telegraph Road
- Contact Richelle Bitter at
  (314) 808-0954 or
  for more information.
Feb. 10Board of Education Meeting
- 7 p.m.
- Administration Building
  3120 Lemay Ferry Road
Feb. 16Board of Education Meeting
- 7 p.m.
- Administration Building
  3120 Lemay Ferry Road
Feb. 17MHS Evening Conferences
Feb. 18No School - Teacher Workday
Feb. 18Mehlville-Oakville Alumni Association Trivia Night
- 7 p.m.
- Andre's Banquet Hall
  4254 Telegraph Road
- Contact Cindy Breer at (314)
  724-0148 for more information.
Feb. 21No School - President's Day
Feb. 24OHS Evening Conferences
Click here for the
2010-11 school calendar.

To view school breakfast and lunch menus, click here.
Mehlville School District

Mehlville School District

3120 Lemay Ferry Road
St. Louis, MO 63125
(314) 467-5000

Superintendent Noble Announces his Retirement, Knost is Named as his SuccessorDistrict Superintendent Terry Noble announced at the Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 1, his decision to retire following the completion of his current contract on June 30, 2011. Deputy Superintendent Dr. Eric Knost has been selected by the Board to replace Noble as superintendent, signing a three-year contract effective July 1, 2011. Read more...

District Announces Board of Education Filing DatesAny person wishing to file for the Mehlville School District Board of Education may do so in the Superintendent’s office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010, and Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2011. From Dec. 15, 2010, through Jan. 14, 2011, individuals may file for the Board of Education Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. An election for the three available seats on the Board will be held April 5, 2011. The seats carry a three-year term. Read more...

Thanksgiving Celebrations Teach About History and Peace
The first grade students at Trautwein and Point ElementarySchools recently learned about the history and traditions surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday, and on the afternoon of Nov. 23, their holiday lessons culminated with a Thanksgiving feast at each school. Read more...

OHS Journalism Students Earn National Recognition
Oakville High School journalism students were rewarded for their hard work at the National High School Journalism Convention held in Kansas City, Mo., from Nov. 11-14. The students’ monthly school broadcast, Channel 97 News, was one of only 10 programs in the nation to earn Best of Show recognition in the Broadcast Program category. Additionally, OHS senior Chloe Ward earned an Excellent rating in the Broadcast Newswriting category during the convention’s individual write-off contest. Read more...

District Students Take Part in Peer Mediation Training
Twenty-nine students from Margaret Buerkle Middle School and Washington Middle School recently gained the knowledge and skills to help their peers successfully resolve a conflict situation. The students were nominated by their teachers to attend a one-day peer mediation training session through the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area (NCADA) on Nov. 10. Read more...

Six District Students to Perform inNutcracker at the Fox
Six Mehlville School District students will be dancing their way into the hearts of thousands of audience members when they perform the beloved holiday story The Nutcracker with the renowned Joffrey Ballet at the Fox Theatre from Dec. 2-5. Read more...

District Seeks Exhibitors for its Spring Wellness Fair
The District is accepting reservations from businesses and nonprofit organizations interested in serving as exhibitors for its Spring Into Health Wellness Fair to be held on Saturday, March 26, 2011, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Mehlville High School Gymnasium located at 3200 Lemay Ferry Road, St. Louis, MO 63125. Exhibitors will have the opportunity to share their products and services with the community. Read more...

OHS Leadership Student Honors Memory of a Loved One
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, Oakville High School leadership student Rachel Allen organized a school-wide t-shirt sale to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Read more...

Wohlwend Elementary Takes a Stand Against DiabetesMost of the students who attend Wohlwend Elementary live inthe zip code with one of the highest populations of individuals with juvenile diabetes in the state of Missouri. To combat this statistic, Wohlwend students participate in a walk fundraiser every year to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). In honor of Diabetes Awareness Month, the Nov. 19 school-wide walk raised $3,756 for the foundation, exceeding the school’s goal of $3,000.Read more...

Calling All Mehlville School District Alumni!We're looking for every former student who walked our halls! Are you one of them? If so, please fill out this form to join the Mehlville-Oakville Alumni Association.

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