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MRH Board Kicks Off Strategic Planning Process

The MRH Board of Education and District administrators are spent their Saturday morning in robust discussions about the future of the District. The strategic planning process began in earnest with help from our new partner, Insight Education.

The continuous improvement plan serves as a long-range tool for addressing student performance and District improvement outlining specific sets of actions relative to key issues. As a part of the Missouri School Improvement Program (MSIP) 6, all districts are to have a five-year plan, rooted in data, that focuses on the academic achievement and social-emotional well-being of all students.

Early Childhood Music Teacher Tapped for SLSO Performance

Matt Pentecost, ECC music teacher, has been selected to participate in a very special opportunity with musicians of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on Friday, October 7, 2022. EXTRA CREDIT On Stage at Powell will provide Matt with the opportunity to rehearse and perform a concert side by side with SLSO musicians under the direction of Conductor Norman Huynh.

The concert is free and open to the public and tickets are available here.  Students, parents, teachers and administrators from Maplewood Richmond Heights Early Childhood Center are urged to pack the house to applaud Matt’s performance.


The benefits of music education in our schools are numerous and well documented. EXTRA CREDIT On Stage at Powell provides an opportunity to celebrate the educators who inspire the effort required by their students to learn to play an instrument and perform successfully in an ensemble.

MRH Juniors Selected for Leadership Program

Congratulations go out to Franklin Orahood and Chase Acosta, MRH juniors who were just selected for the Fred Saigh Leadership Academy.

Launched in 2004, The Fred Saigh Leadership Academy broadens student horizons beyond the classroom through new and unique community-related opportunities. Approximately twenty students who show leadership potential participate in a year of training. The curriculum introduces, fosters and develops leadership skills through involving students in issues that face the community. At the completion of the program, the students return to their respective schools equipped to campaign for school offices, manage school projects and assume leadership positions.

The selected students take one day each month to visit and explore key locations and meet leaders throughout the metro area. The program exposes the students to the institutions that make our community vital and effective in meeting the needs of its citizens. Examples include a visit to the St. Louis County Executive’s Office, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and the State Capitol in Jefferson City, Missouri.


MRH has partnered with Tyler Technologies to bring you Traversa Ride 360, a mobile app which allows you to pinpoint the location of your child's school bus. Just follow the instructions below.


Parents will need to visit the following link, and register for a new account.



The information needed in order to link your children:

  • Student Number
  • School Name (Name of School Child is Enrolled At, correct spelling)
  • Early Childhood Center
  • MRH Elementary
  • MRH High School
  • MRH Middle School

You will need to download the app either on Apple iOS or Android devices.


Maximum of 2 parents per child to be linked.


See additional information here.

Family FAQ: MRH Food Service in 2022-2023

We want to share some information with you about our Chartwells/MRH food service program in 2022-23.


  • $3.00 for full pay lunch
  • $0.40 for reduced pay lunch
  • Breakfast will be free once again in 2022-23

Menus:  Chartwells will update menus on the website. Here is the link to their menus: https://mrhschools.nutrislice.com/

Free & Reduced Lunch Application Information:

We need to gather as many applications as possible this school year. The meal waiver we received the past two years has now expired, so families must submit a lunch application in order to participate in the program. In addition, federal dollars for educational services are directly connected to our applications, so we are fully committed to getting an application from every family. We only need one application per family. There are two ways to apply:

Payment Options:

There are two payment options which allow you to prepay meals OR pay as you go.

  • You can send cash with your student to place into their student account when they pick up their school lunch. 
  • You can add money to your student's account through MySchoolBucks


Don't hesitate to reach out to MRH Operations Director Teron Sharp.

Available Now: the MRH Mobile App

MRH is pleased to announce our new mobile app designed specifically to keep our families better informed and connected to what’s going on in our schools. The new MRH mobile app is available for both iPhone and Android smartphones. The app will deliver real time school news to a smartphone for fast, up-to-date access.

The app features:

  • The latest district and school news
  • Push notifications about breaking news, closures, weather, events, and more
  • Photos from school events
  • Maps with school locations, phone numbers, and staff information

The app is FREE and available for download today. From a smartphone, go to the iTunes App Store® or Google Play® Search and search for Maplewood Richmond Heights School District. Then select the MRH App for Free download.

School news delivered right to a smartphone. The new MRH mobile app is just a few taps away. Download it today! 

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The Maplewood Richmond Heights School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, sexual orientation and/or perceived sexual orientation, or genetic information in its programs and activities. View Notice of Non-Discrimination or Board Policy AC.
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