The Mathematics Educators of Greater St. Louis shall engage the mathematics teaching community in activities to support professional development, provide a forum for sharing teaching experiences, recognize exemplary practice, and advance student interest in mathematics.
MembershipYour membership includes all meetings and publications including eNewsletters and an annual journal. Since teachers from a variety of schools, grades levels, and specialties are involved in MEGSL, our meetings are a great place for networking, keeping up on current trends and just sharing ideas. Join us for support, professional development, laughter, and learning.
The Mathematics Educators of Greater St. Louis is affiliated with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), the Missouri Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM), and the Illinois Council of Teachers of Mathematics (ICTM).
The Mathematics Educators of Greater St. Louis (MEGSL) is offering two $1000 scholarships for high school and college students interested in careers in mathematics education. Download the high school or college application form and nominate that outstanding student who could use $1,000 to pay for their education next year. Applications are due by April 1 each school year.
Past Scholarship winners:
- 2015 High School Scholarship winner: Tricia Heffner
- 2015 University Scholarship winner: Tony Prospero
- 2014 High School Scholarship winner: Mariah Glore
- 2014 University Scholarship winner: Joey Mirth
- 2013 High School Scholarship winner: Lizzie Schneider
- 2013 University Scholarship winner: Elizabeth Sippel
- 2012 High School Scholarship winner: Julia Nichols
- 2012 University Scholarship winner: Anna Shaw
- 2011 High School Scholarship winner: Molly Dean
- 2011 University Scholarship winner: Wayne Dierker
One of the goals of the Mathematics Educators of Greater St. Louis is to recognize excellence in mathematics teaching. To meet this goal, Teacher-of-the-Year Awards are given each spring and in four categories: K–5 (Elementary), 6–8 (Middle), 9–12 (Secondary), and Post-Secondary.
Do you have a colleague who is a deserving candidate? Download a MEGSL Teacher-of-the-Year Award nomination form. Nominations are due by April 1 each school year.