Lockdown lifted at Mueller Park Junior High
The lockdown at Mueller Park Junior High has been lifted. School will remain in session. Crisis counselors are available at the school for students and staff members.
Parents who want to check their students out of school can do so in the office. The person picking up the student must be listed on the student's card. They must show a photo ID.
The school was placed in lockdown following reports of a student with a gun. At least one shot was fired into the ceiling. The student was taken into custody. Police then went room to room to clear the building.
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Mr. Haws Awarded
Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education
On April 26th, Mr. Jim Haws was surprised to see Mrs. Karen Huntsman entering his classroom to present him with the prestigious award of the Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education. Mr. Haws teaches Career and Technical Education and represents Mueller Park Jr. High as a teacher who engages students and creates high levels of learning. Congratulations, Mr. Haws! We are proud of you!
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Parents also may get the most up-to-date information from the district's Twitter and Facebook accounts.