Save the Dates:

The MEGSL Spring Meeting

Wednesday, April 8 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Catholic Student Center
6352 Forsyth

 

Free parking on the street and across the street on the Washington University Campus.

Plan to attend a night focused on Algebraic Reasoning for all teachers of mathematics! The night will begin with light refreshments and time for networking. After a brief business meeting, there will be a presentation by Cheryl Lubinski and Albert Otto exploring how Algebraic Reasoning can be encouraged in classrooms! Please attend and bring along a colleague or two! Membership applications will be available!

 

The MEGSL Spring Banquet

Banquet Registration Form Here
Mail completed form by April 24 to:
Patrick Mooney, MEGSL Treasurer
2638 California Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63118

Friday May 8th
6 - 9 pm
Seven Gables Inn
26 North Meramec
Clayton, MO 63105

 

Free Parking in the lot at the NW corner of Maryland and Central
$20 per person  (Seating limited to the first 50 members who respond.)
Menu: Salad, grilled chicken breast, roasted red potatoes. seasonal vegetable medley, warm rolls and butter, dessert, iced tea, coffee, and soft drinks. 
Cash Bar
Don’t miss the introduction of the new officers, the presentation of two scholarships, the announcement of teacher of the year and the recognition of retirees.
Mathematics related entertainment will be provided!
Please attend and bring along a colleague or two!  Membership applications will be available!

Banquet Registration Form Here
Mail completed form by April 24 to:
Patrick Mooney, MEGSL Treasurer
2638 California Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63118


Nominations for the two scholarships and for Teacher of the Year are being accepted.  Please complete the forms found on the MEGSL website and submit to Nancy English at nenglish@fontbonne.edu

 

 

The MEGSL Fall Conference

October 9-10
Plan to attend and bring your colleagues!

For information, please contact Joshua Pearce

Presenters needed!
The new speaker proposal form is here.

Conference Theme:
TO COMMON CORE or NOT TO COMMON CORE? WHAT IS THE QUESTION?
Friday Keynote topic: Common Core
Saturday Lunch event: Flipped Classroom Debate!

Want to serve on the Conference Committee?
Contact Joshua Pearce at jpearce@hazelwoodschools.org