St Louis Public Schools

  • Business Professionals of America ~ State Success

    Outstanding business students will travel to Dallas, Texas in May to participate in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference. Overall, 10 students placed at the State Leadership Conference, which was held in Grand Rapids March 15 – 18, 2018. These students will join over 5,000 other conference delegates from across the nation to participate in business skills competitions at the national level. “The skills that students learn through participating in a variety of business experiences are beneficial and will help prepare them for a career in the workforce,” said chapter advisors, Andrea Biehl, Ben Goward, and Terri Reeves. This year, we had 22 students represent us at the state conference in Grand Rapids, and the following students received awards:

    • Adam Lawhorne - Information Technology Concepts – 3rd Place
    • Alex Lawhorne - Fundamental Accounting – 6th Place
    • Allyse March - Fundamental Spreadsheets – 5th Place
    • Breck Hodges - Fundamental Spreadsheets – 1st Place
    • Rachel Lovejoy - Advanced Spreadsheets – 1st Place
    • Rachel Lovejoy - Database Application – 3rd Place
    • Adam Lawhorne - Computer Network Technology – 3rd Place
    • Maverick Giles - Statesmen Torch Award
    • Dylan McCloskey - Statesmen Torch Award
    • Breck Hodges – Fundamentals of Web Design – 4th Place
    • Adam Lawhorne – Fundamentals of Web Design – 3rd Place
    • Joe Nash - Graphic Design Promotion – 2nd Place
    • Allyse March, Alex Lawhorne, Elizabeth VanderHart, Jenna Jewell - Broadcast News Production Team – 2nd Place

    Business Professionals of America is a national organization for high school, college, and middle school students preparing for careers in business and information technology. The organization’s activities and programs complement classroom instruction by giving students practical experience through application of the skills learned at school. BPA is contributing to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills. BPA is helping our youth to have a brighter future!

    Our Business Professionals of America chapter is largely assisted in this endeavor with financial support from our school as well as local businesses. Thank you for your continued support to our local BPA chapter!

  • Shark Wrestling

    The Shark wrestling team won it's sixth consecutive conference title, third consecutive district title, and was named academic all-state in 2018. Individuals who won all-state honors were Ernie Diaz, who placed fourth overall, Jake Davis, who was a state runner-up, and Jayce Kuehnlein, who won a state championship. 


    Mackinac Island Two-Night ~ Bed and Breakfast Raffle 

    Island House Hotel We wanted to let you know about our final Mackinac Island fundraiser and the possible opportunity you could have!  Raffle tickets ($10 each) will be available to purchase for a two-night bed and breakfast package for two at the lovely Island House on Mackinac Island.  The gift certificate is good for the 2018 season.  Some restrictions apply.  Tickets can be purchased for $10 at the Nikkari office from 7:30AM to 3:30PM. There are ONLY 100 raffle tickets available, so do not hesitate to purchase your winning tickets! You can also buy your raffle tickets during Make-It Take-It on Thursday, March 15 and Thursday, April 5th.  Tickets will be available to purchase during Student Showcase on Thursday, April 12th. The drawing will be held on Friday, April 27th  at 3:30 PM at Nikkari Elementary (you do not need to be present to win).

    All proceeds raised will go toward helping all fourth graders travel to Mackinac Island on May 29th and 30th.  Not only is this a great way to support our fourth grade Mackinac Island trip, it could also be a great experience for your family to spend TWO nights on Mackinac Island!  

    Thank you for your continued support of the Fourth Grade Mackinac Island Trip!

    Mrs. Budka, Mrs. Fabiano, & Ms. Pilmore

    School Safety Investigation

    The following letter was sent home with students today:

    March 2, 2018

    St. Louis Public Schools became aware of a potential threat made by a student who attends the St. Louis High School. School administrators notified the St. Louis Police Department of the alleged threat. St. Louis School administrators and the St. Louis Police Department are investigating this threat.

    The alleged suspect was not allowed at school this morning. The St. Louis Police Department and the St. Louis school administrators have met with the parents and the alleged suspect. The alleged suspect is suspended now. The student will remain suspended and prohibited from entering school property while this matter is being investigated.

    This situation is another important reminder for our students and staff to stay vigilant and report any potential concern to the school administrators and law enforcement. We are grateful for the relationship between our local law enforcement and the St. Louis Public Schools.
    Thank you for your continued support of our schools.



    Kristi Teall, Superintendent
    Richard J. Ramereiz Jr.,  Chief of Police

    Official Letter

    School Safety

    Please take a moment to read the following letter from the Gratiot Isabella RESD and Superintendent Teall.
    School Safety Letter

    A Message from Kristi Teall, Superintendent

    We are almost half way through the school year. Fall has come and gone and so have the uncertainties of coming to school. Our students are settled in and doing a wonderful job. Being a Shark is more than just attending our school. It is being part of our Shark family. Whether our students are earning Shark Fins for good behavior, wearing Shark attire to showcase their school, displaying Shark Pride beaming with excitement, or simply being themselves which is the Shark way, they are happy to be here every day. That in and of itself makes me smile.

    In the fall edition of Shark Tales, I wrote: Sydney J. Harris once said, “The purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.” In doing this, we will continue to do the following:

    • Teach students to see opportunity in front of them.
    • Teach them to become leaders for themselves and for fellow students.
    • Teach students to “walk with” each other in times of need and struggle and to celebrate together in times of joy and happiness.
    • Teach students what an education will provide for them.
    • Care for our students.

    We will always do the best for our students. That is a promise that I can make to all of you. Join me for coffee or conversation anytime. I would love to sit down and talk with you. Educationally yours, Kristi Teall

  • Shark Tales

    Check our our Shark Tales - Winter newsletter for important dates, food service and athletic information and the latest news.

St. Louis Bond Promo Video

The Bell St Louis Bond Promo Video from MAC TV Network.

  • We are the St. Louis Sharks!

    Our motto that St. Louis Public Schools lives by is: “Together we Can, Together we Do!” We have had that motto for the past two years and will continue to live by that. “Together we Can, Together we Do!”   means we really need to work together.  Working together will bring support and pride to everyone.  Working together will allow for us to always put kids first.  We take pride in our programming, our staff, our students, and our community. 

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Substitute Teachers

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    Consider applying to be a substitute teacher in our district!

Points of Pride

    • Supportive City & Community
    • Excellent Leadership Team
    • Quality & Caring Teachers
    • K-12 Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program
    • 1:1 Technology Initiative
    • Outstanding Facilities
    • Spanish Club
    • Spain & Germany Trips
    • Music & PE
    • Active FFA Program
    • Well Known BPA Program
    • Strong Athletic Support
    • Virtual Learning Program
    • Alternative Choice Program
    • 4th Grade Mackinaw Island Trip
    • 6th Grade Camp
    • Band grades 6-12 & Steel Drum Band grades 3-12
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Tech Foundation

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    The foundation exists solely for the purpose of raising money for the purchase of technology and other educational items for the St. Louis Public Schools. Purchased technology will be used directly by teachers and students and will help the teachers provide the highest quality education. Make a purchase from through the search form at the bottom of the Tech Foundation page and the St. Louis Sharks Technology Foundation will receive up to 20% of your purchase price!

    Check out the Sharks Technology Foundation Website -


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