How we’ll handle snow days during the 2022-2023 school year

How we’ll handle snow days during the 2022-2023 school year
Posted on 10/31/2022
Snow days 2022-2023This school year, Mehlville School District will use up to five virtual learning days if our schools close due to snow or inclement weather. If another snow day is needed after  we use our five virtual learning days, we will use traditional snow days. Traditional snow days must be made up after Memorial Day.

- On a virtual learning day, students are expected to log in to their Chromebooks for instruction and assignments. Virtual instruction days are not made up at the end of the school year. More information about schedules and expectations will be shared with parents and students soon.

- On a traditional snow day, there is no in-person school and no virtual learning. Traditional snow days will be made up beginning on May 30 through June 5, as scheduled on the district calendar.

On both virtual learning days and traditional snow days, all after-school and evening activities and events are canceled unless otherwise communicated. This includes Y Club, community enrichment programs and facility rentals.

In the event that we use a virtual learning day, staff and parents will be notified via text, phone call and/or email through ParentSquare. Additionally, high school students will receive an email via ParentSquare. Snow days and virtual instruction days will also be announced through the district Twitter account, Facebook account and Instagram account, via our district website,, through local television stations and other media partners.

The Mehlville School District strictly prohibits discrimination and harassment against employees, students or others on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, or sex including pregnancy, sexual orientation, and gender identity and other characteristics protected by law. The following individuals have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: contact Adam Smith at 314-467-5006 or [email protected].