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Pattonville Board of Education

Board of Education Members

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Jeanne Schottmueller / President
(314) 610-6804
Ms. Schottmueller is currently serving her ninth year on the board. She is a Pattonville graduate and the mother of two Pattonville graduates. Ms. Schottmueller is employed by Special School District.
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Andrea Glenn / Vice-President
(314) 542-2288
Mrs. Glenn is serving her fourth year on the board. She holds a master's degree in human resources administration and is employed at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals in human resources management. Mrs. Glenn and her husband, Carl, are the parents of two Pattonville graduates.
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Ralph Stahlhut / Secretary
2840 Laurel View Lane, Maryland Heights, MO 63043
(314) 739-1755
Mr. Stahlhut is currently serving his 28th year on the board (1989-1990 and 1991-Current). He is retired from Office Max. Mr. Stahlhut and his wife, Carole, are the parents of two Pattonville graduates.
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Mary Kay Campbell / Treasurer
2671 Chatham Dr., Maryland Heights, MO 63043
(314)  770-9304
Ms. Mary Kay Campbell is currently serving her third year on the board. She is a retired Special School District teacher who taught in Pattonville for 32 years. Ms. Campbell holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in special education from Fontbonne. She is currently employed by the St. Louis Cardinals as a recycling coordinator and is the
parent of two Pattonville graduates.
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Ruth Petrov / Director
64 Grand Circle Drive, Maryland Heights, MO 63043
(314) 739-6485
Mrs. Petrov is currently serving her 14th year on the board. She holds a master's degree in healthcare administration and is employed as a facilitator for continuous process improvement at DePaul Hospital. Mr s. Petrov and her husband, Larry, are the parents of four Pattonville graduates.
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Dr. Brian J. Gray / Director
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
(314) 213-8001

Dr. Gray is serving his second year on the board. He attended the University of Colorado and holds a bachelor's degree/doctor of chiropractic from Logan University. Dr. Gray is a self-employed chiropractic physician and medical director at Coventry Health Care. He and his wife, Sheila, are the parents of two Rose Acres Elementary students.

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Mindy M. Ridings / Director
Maryland Heights, MO 63043
(314) 213-8001
Mrs. Ridings is serving her first year on the board. She holds a bachelor's degree in English and Education from Drury University. She currently teaches English Language Arts in the City of St. Charles School District. She and her husband, Mike, live in Maryland Heights, and are the parents of three girls currently attending Pattonville schools (Parkwood Elementary and Pattonville Heights).
Rita Brengle / Secretary to the Board of Education
Pattonville Learning Center
11097 St. Charles Rock Road
St. Ann, Missouri 63074
(314) 213-8001

Board Areas of Emphasis 2017-2018
Pattonville School District Board of Education is committed to providing exemplary educational opportunities for ALL children.  In order to accomplish this goal, partnerships with parents, business leaders, and district patrons must continue to be actively developed in order to engage the entire community as the district strives for educational excellence.  As such, the Board has adopted the following Areas of Emphasis for the 2017-2018 school year:

• The district shall develop a multi-year plan to implement K-12 personalized, competency-based learning environments that provide ongoing feedback to students on their growth toward high school course content readiness and leads to success-ready graduates.
•  All students in grades 6-12 have a graduation life-readiness plan which they develop and regularly monitor progress within and between academic levels.
• Career education programs will continue to become a more integral component of the total educational program and will include students participating in Extended Learning Opportunities, emphasizing district partnerships with local businesses when possible.
• The district facilities plan will be updated as appropriate and implemented utilizing bond issue and district operating funds.

The district will continue with the following:
• Proactive strategies will be implemented to promote continued improvement in student responsibility, citizenship, and overall character with an emphasis on building relationships and an understanding of socioeconomic, cultural, and ethnic differences.
• Safety for students, staff, and community will continue to be evaluated and improved.
• Parents, staff, and students will continue to develop, modify, and implement school improvement plans based on data and research.
• The district will continue to implement and identify strategies to increase the percentage of students involved in extra-curricular programs provided at the elementary and middle school level to support the development of highly competitive programs at the high school.
The district will continue to use resources efficiently to achieve district goals. The district will continue legislative advocacy for public education.

-Adopted June 27, 2017

Board of Education Meetings 2017-2018
Regular meetings of the Board of Education are generally held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month *, in the Board Room of the Pattonville School District Learning Center (11097 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Ann, MO  63074) beginning at 7:00 p.m.  In addition, the Board may hold special meetings and/or work sessions as needed.



July
25
2017
High School
August
8
2017
August
22
2017
September
12
2017
September
26
2017
October
10
2017
October
24
2017
November
14
2017
November
28
2017
December
12
2017
January
9
2018
January
23
2018
February
12
2018
Monday
February
27
2018
March
13
2018
April
10
2018
April
24
2018
May
8
2018
May
22
2018
Holman
June
12
2018
June
26
2018



For the months of July, March, and December there is only one (1) regularly scheduled board meeting.
July – the fourth Tuesday
March and December – the second Tuesday

There will be special Board meetings on:

Tax Rate Hearing  -  Tuesday, September 26, 2017  -  6:30 p.m.
    (Just prior to regular meeting)

Budget  -  Tuesday, June 12, 2018 – 6:15 p.m.
(Just prior to regular meeting)



The Role of the School Board

Pattonville’s Board of Education is a seven-director representative body elected by the registered voters of the Pattonville School District. They each serve a term of three years to provide for and oversee the operation of Pattonville’s schools. School board members are non-paid elected officials. Pattonville’s board members do this out of a sense of caring and community and a sincere desire to fulfill Pattonville’s vision of achievement for all children.

Training Requirements
New board members are required by state law to receive 16 hours of training within their first year of service. Training covers topics related to student achievement, school law, school finance, board policy, board relations, board operations, goal setting and advocacy.

Time Commitment
Being a board member requires a great deal of time commitment. On average, Pattonville board members attend:
  • More than 65 hours of board meetings per year,
  • 56 hours in training and workshops,
  • 12 hours in district planning, and
  • 26 hours at special meetings and district-wide events. School board members also attend numerous school events, visit the schools and serve on district committees.
Major Responsibilities
Board members are elected to oversee the operations of the public school district, as mandated by state law. The primary roles of a school board are to set goals for the district, formulate and adopt policy, select a superintendent to implement policy, evaluate the results, and be a good steward of the community’s resources. The superintendent is responsible for the daily operations of the district. In Pattonville, board members make decisions centered on the district’s mission,“That ALL Will Learn.”

The Board’s general responsibilities include:
  1. Formulating and interpreting policy
  2. Delegating administrative duties
  3. Making decisions on educational and budget matters
  4. Making a continuous appraisal of the educational and administrative process
  5. Administering district funds for education judiciously
The Board carries out its functions openly while seeking the involvement and contributions of the public, students and staff in its decision-making process.

Qualifications for Election to the Board of Education
Elections to the Board of Education are held the first Tuesday in the month of April each year. A candidate must be
  • 24 years of age by the date of the election,
  • A United States citizen, and
  • A resident taxpayer of the district. A written declaration of candidacy must be filed with the secretary to the Board of Education during the legal filing period each December and January at the Pattonville Learning Center,11097 St. Charles Rock Road, St. Ann. For more information, call the superintendent’s office at (314) 213-8001.
Orientation for New Board Members
Once elected, Pattonville’s new school board members attend an orientation session with the board president and superintendent. This is an informal session in which many topics are covered. Some of the topics included are: Responsibilities, ethics, board policy, board and superintendent relationships, board communications and community involvement, time commitments, and the structure and responsibilities of the district’s administrative teams.

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