Older Adults

Pattonville offers programs and services for learners of all ages. We have a number of opportunities for older adults in the community to get involved in the schools, enjoy seeing our students in action or expand their own learning. Below are some opportunities for older adult residents living in Pattonville.


55+ Club
The 55+ Club enables Pattonville’s senior residents to enjoy school athletic events, plays and musicals free of charge. Members are issued a 55+ Card for free access to school-sponsored activities. Each year, Pattonville hosts two dinner theatres for members. Members also participate in other special events and are kept up-to-date on the latest happenings with a free subscription to a quarterly newsletter. More than 2,500 Pattonville residents are currently members. For more information, call the community relations department at (314) 213-8025.


OASIS Tutoring Program
Through Pattonville’s OASIS Tutoring Program, volunteers receive 12 hours of free training and are paired with elementary students who need help with language skills. Tutors work about 40 minutes a week with their student.  Call community relations department at (314) 213-8025.


Pattonville also provides programs and classes for older adults. Senior citizens (55+ years) will receive a 50 percent discount for most classes. Some classes are free to Pattonville senior citizens (Protect Your Identity, Social Security and You, etc.). We accept MasterCard, Visa, and checks made out to the “Pattonville School District.” Call Mary Reed at (314) 213-8094 for more information. Find out more.

Pattonville School District

11097 St. Charles Rock Road
St. Ann, MO 63074
(314) 213-8500

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