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  • Gateway Students published on the Huffington Post Website 

    Recently, as students and teachers have been talking about Michael Brown, students were given a chance to respond to the situation in writing.  Several of our 7th and 8th graders responses were published in the online newspaper, The Huffington Post.  Click the link below to read the story.
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  • 2014-2015 Registration

    For those new students who have received acceptance letters from St. Louis Public Schools for Gateway Middle School for the 2014-2015 school year, mandatory registration was on Tuesday, July 22nd.
    Students who were not enrolled in a St. Louis Public School last school year should bring the following:
    • last year's report card
    • birth certificate
    • shot records
    • IEP or any Special Education documents
    For all students, new and returning, you may come and pick up your schedule and meet your teachers on Friday, August 8th using the following schedule:
    8:00 AM - 6th Grade
    9:00 AM - 7th Grade
    10:00 AM - 8th Grade
    Student planners will be available for $3 on the 8th.  They are required for all students this year.
    Transportation information will be mailed by the district 1-2 weeks before the beginning of school.  Gateway will not receive transportation information until a few days before the beginning of school.  If you address has changed, you must contact the district at 314-231-3720.  If often takes several weeks for transportation to be adjusted, so if you wait until just before school begins, changes may not be available for the beginning of the school year.
    If you have any questions, you may contact the school beginning on July 21st.  There won't be anyone at school to answer your questions before then.
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  • Author Sheila Moses visits Gateway Middle


    On Monday, May 19, Gateway Middle School Library had the privilege of hosting Shelia Moses for an intimate visit with some eighth grade students.  Shelia Moses is the author of, The Legend of Buddy Bush, The Baptism, I, Dred Scott: A Fictional Slave Narrative Based on the Life and Legal Precedent of Dred Scott, So They Burned the Black Churches, Project Success: The Right Thing for the Right Reason, The Return of Buddy Bush, Sallie Gal and the Wall-a-kee Man, The Return of Buddy Bush: A NovelThe eighth grade students learned about what it’s like being an author and interesting personal facts about Shelia.  In turn, Shelia had some questions for the students about their high school plans and future occupations.  The students and Shelia shared some ideas about what is really important in life.  This author visit was something the students will always remember.  A special thanks to the St. Louis Public Library and Carrie for arranging the visit.

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  • Civil Rights Trip Update - Thursday 5/15/14

    Update from Mr. Cashman
    The last two days have been filled with life-changing experiences for our students.  I can't really express just how incredible this experience has been for our students in this message, but I will do my best.

    Yesterday, we visited the Street Sense newspaper, which helped our students better understand homelessness in our country.  This visit also inspired our students to be advocates for those who are homeless.  I think the message from this visit that resonated most with our students was that every person who is homeless has an inner self, a story to tell, and talents to share.

    Additionally, we met with representatives from the U.S. Department of Education, including the Undersecretary for Civil Rights.  Our students participated in a dialogue with DOE leaders.

    After this, our students were able to meet directly with Senator Claire McCaskill and Congressman Lacy Clay!  Senator McCaskill was so impressed with one of our students that she not only encouraged her to run for public office herself one day but even promised her that she would make the first donation to her campaign!

    Today, our students visited the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and met directly with a survivor of the Holocaust.  After this, our students met with one of the founders of the Equal Rights Center, who delivered a powerful message to our students about the need for them to become advocates for social justice in our country today.  His message to our students was the following: “You are old enough to be good people who do something rather than good people who do nothing.” 

    This message connected very closely with the message our students took away from the Holocaust Museum – that we cannot stand by in the face of injustice…we all must do something to stop injustice, wherever we see it, and work to advance the causes of justice and equality.

    At dinner tonight, our bus driver, Steve, asked one of our students what he wanted to be when he grows up.  He said, “I want to go into politics and run for office.  I never thought I wanted to do that before this week, but being here has been life-changing for me.”  When Steve asked him why he wanted to run for public office, he talked about his experience at the Street Sense newspaper.  He talked about homelessness and how he wants to use his talents to help those who are homeless improve their quality of living.

    He even said that being in Washington D.C. has made him want to run for student council president next year.  He said that one of the major pieces of his campaign platform will be starting a school newspaper so that more students at Gateway can have a voice and express their ideas.  He said he wants this newspaper to help raise awareness of social justice issues and help to give students at Gateway the chance to become advocates for positive change.

    Tomorrow, we will visit the White House.  We will also visit the African American History and Culture Gallery at the Smithsonian American History Museum.  Additionally, we will visit with leaders at The Education Trust, the Center for Teaching Peace, and Learn-Serve.
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  • Gateway Middle Students Participate in Special Olympics

     On May 7, 2014, our Special Olympics team participated in a track and field event at Affton High School.  The athletes participated in 100m and 200m dashes, long jump, wheelchair races, and a softball toss. Our students had a great time, and it was a beautiful day for the event.  

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  • Engrade

    Parents, if you would like to keep track of your child's grades, you can do so through  If you haven't signed up for a username and password, please send an e-mail with your name and your child's name to to receive that information.
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  • Ms. Silver named district Communication Arts Teacher of the Year

     Ms. Jenna Silver, the communication arts department head at Gateway Math, Science and Technology Middle School, has been recognized as the St. Louis Public School District’s Communication Arts Teacher of the Year for her leadership, professionalism, and ability to inspire her students to achieve.

     Click here to read the full article.

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  • Mr. Karl Schoenherr named district Special Education Teacher of the Year

    Mr. Karl Schoenherr, a self-contained autism teacher at Gateway Math, Science, and Technology Middle School, has been recognized as the St. Louis Public School District’s Special Education Teacher of the Year for his ability to meet the individual needs of each of his students.

     Click here to read the entire article.

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Welcome to Gateway Middle School for Math, Science and Technology

Thank you for visiting our website. As an up-to-date IT school, we want to give you the opportunity to stay in touch with our school and our staff.

If you are not familiar with our school and your first contact with us is online: We would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.

Contact Information

Gateway Middle School
1200 N Jefferson Ave
St. Louis, MO 63106

Phone: 241-2295
Fax: 244-1786

Bell Times: 8:05 - 3:02

 Aisha Grace, Principal 

Pamela Williams, Assistant Principal

Sharon Goliday, Administrative Assistant 


Enrollment Presentation

Click here to view or download the presentation that Ms. Grace gave at enrollment. Follow along with the first video above (labeled 2014 Registration).


Student Handbook

Click here to read or download the 2014-2015 Gateway Middle School Student and Parent Handbook.

Parents and Students Please review the Parents and Students Section above on Uniform Policy or click this link.


Cell-Phone and Electronics Policy

Gateway Middle School adheres strictly to the district policy regarding electronics at school. All cell phones, cameras, mp3 players, iPods, tablets, computers and other electronics that students bring to school will be immediately confiscated and returned only to the parents. Please see the district policy below.
The Student Acceptable Use Policy and Regulation governs the use of all technology in the SLPS, including cyber bullying (Mo Rev Stat). Violations may result in loss of user privileges, suspension, expulsion and civil or criminal penalties. Students shall not have an expectation of privacy in anything they create, send, receive or store on District technology. Possession and use of cell phones and electronic cameras are prohibited on school campus. Students caught in violation of cell phones, cameras, and hand-held electronic items are subject to confiscation or search and seizure. Items confiscated will only be returned to parents/guardians after meeting with school officials.

Students are prohibited from taking pictures of other students and staff. By so doing violates the privacy rights of other students and staff and are subject to discipline pursuant to district policies on acceptable use and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The District monitors electronic communications and information stored on District technology in the regular course of business to protect student users and District equipment. Under certain circumstances, students’ off campus use of technology that disrupts the operation of schools is also subject to discipline (e.g. use of Facebook and other media sources to harass or cyber bully).


School Health & Wellness Policy

Gateway Middle School has had the privilege of being a part of a pilot program called Alliance for a Healthier Generation for the past 4 years. We are trying to teach the students how to live a healthy lifestyle through this program and the school district’s wellness policy. If you would like to find out more about this program and get involved you are welcome to join the School Health/Wellness Council (SHAC).

As part of this program we are teaching students to eat healthy snacks, and exercise. So we ask that you send healthy snacks with your student/s. We are not allowing students to bring in chips, candy, soft drinks, energy drinks, gum, sunflower seeds with shells, and Kool-Aid in any type of packaging for snacks. If the students bring these items they will be confiscated. The confiscated items will not be returned without a parent coming to get them. Snacks that are allowed include trail mix, nuts, crackers, pretzels, granola bars, fruit snacks, fresh fruit, water, Gatorade, juice.

The student will be allowed to bring chips (maximum two small bags), soft drink and candy (maximum two pieces) if they bring a lunch to school. They must have a sandwich or a main dish before it is considered a lunch.

All glass items, permanent markers, sports balls (basketballs, footballs, etc.) and flip-flops will also be confiscated upon entering the building. Flip-flops will only be returned on the last Friday of the month. All open containers of food or drink that are confiscated will be immediately thrown away.