Good Afternoon Tribe and Happy Thursday! Business as Usual: PTO Meeting for April has been CANCELLED and we will NOT reschedule. We will plan to meet on...
3.09.20 MVR-III Families & Staff: It is important to share with you that Meramec Valley R-III administrators are keeping on top of the latest developments with COVID-19...
It is hard to believe that we are already entering the month of March. We hope that the weather will begin to cooperate and the Spring weather is here to stay! With the...
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Good evening! Today, following a meeting with Franklin County school leaders, the health department, and county leaders, all Franklin County superintendents are collectively announcing an extended school closure. Since Meramec Valley is on spring break this week, the closure will begin on Monday, March 23, and will preliminarily end Friday, April 3.
During this time, all school activities, including athletic and extracurricular practices and competitions, will be canceled for the duration of the school closure. A link to the full press is provided here https://www.mvr3.k12.mo.us/article/212021?org=mvriii.
I know you will have many questions related to learning during the time of closure. District leaders will be meeting over the next few days to finalize those plans. Additional information will be sent to parents no later than Thursday of this week. It will provide details regarding learning experiences, meal availability, and general practices to help slow the spread of COVID-19. We know that closing our schools will have a significant impact on our families, but we also believe that strong, urgent action must be taken to prevent the spread of this disease and to protect lives. We thank our community for their support and partnership in this effort. Again, your patience and understanding are appreciated.
John Mulford, Ed.D. Superintendent
Meramec Valley R-III School District