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    231-3720
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    345-4530

    Community Education:

    345-4590

    Early Childhood:

    331-6150

    Enrollment Information:

    633-5200

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    345-2308

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    345-2435

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    345-2295

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    633-5200

    Special Education:

    345-5344

    Student Transcripts:

    645-2648

    Transportation:

    389-2202 

    Volunteer Services:

    345-4577

     

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adams  
A Letter To The Saint Louis Community
 

Dear SLPS Community Member:

The Grand Jury decision in the case of the shooting of Michael Brown is likely to be announced soon.  While we have no idea what the decision will be, the announcement will result in a wide range of emotions and reactions by students, staff and the community. 

In preparation of the decision, the District has been working to review its safety and security measures and emergency response plans.  Our main priority during any potential crisis is to ensure the safety of our students, families and staff.

Should outside events present a safety concern for our students and staff, the District will take necessary measures to address them.   

History is unfolding before our eyes and as educators we will keep in mind that our primary focus throughout these events must be teaching and learning.  There will be many different opinions about the Grand Jury decision and it is imperative that we remain professional and respectful at all times.  Our students and families are counting on us to provide direction and leadership. While academic achievement is always our primary focus, these events require us to be more than just educators.  We must be examples of a true caring community.

Saint Louis is a proud and caring community.  As we all work together we will move forward and become even better.

Sincerely,

 Kelvin Adams

Kelvin R. Adams, Ph. D.
Superintendent of Schools