Ballwin Elementary
400 Jefferson Avenue, Ballwin, MO 63021
Phone (636) 891-6575
Principal - Dr. Rodney Lewis
Apr 09
Math Parent Night

Dear Ballwin Families,

I’m excited to share that Ballwin Elementary will be hosting a Mathematical Mindset Night on Wednesday, April 12.  All parents are invited to learn more about Rockwood elementary math curriculum. During this important meeting, you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • ​​Interact with elementary teachers about the new math curriculum

  • Learn why building a mathematical mindset is important for our children

  • Take home valuable

Reserve ahead by contacting Rockwood Elementary Math Facilitator Carrie Tomc at (636) 733-2154.​​ 

Watch the video about mindsets for math.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE: The Ballwin Strings Concerts previously scheduled for Wednesday, April 12th have been moved to Tuesday, May 2nd. 

Mar 30
April 4th

Dear Ballwin Families,

On April 4, Rockwood voters will consider Proposition T to address increasing enrollment and the district's continued support for STEM/Innovative learning.

Rockwood Superintendent Dr. Eric Knost has been keeping our community informed via a “Super Talks” series. This week, our high school students interviewed him and asked about class sizes during this time of increasing enrollment in the district.  

I encourage you to take a moment to view the video. You’ll hear about Rockwood’s preferred class sizes across the district. Plus, view the Prop T projects that will fund additional space in our schools. 

A 57.14 percent majority is necessary for passage on Election Day. The $95.5 million bond issue will not raise the current Rockwood tax rate. 

As always, if you have questions, please give me a call.

Thank you,

Rodney ​​​

Mar 26
Election Day

Hello, Families,

Election Day is less than two weeks away.  I want to let you know that Rockwood has Prop T on the April ballot to address increasing enrollment, class sizes and our continued support for STEM and innovative learning.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Just prior to Election Day, each registered voter will receive a postcard from the Election Office designating the polling place for the voter. You can find your polling place at

The Constitution of the State of Missouri requires a four-sevenths (57.14%) majority for passage of the bond issue.


You can visit the Prop T website: Plus, view the latest Super Talks video where our own Rockwood students interview Superintendent Dr. Eric Knost regarding STEM education.

If you have questions about Prop T, please give me a call.  ​

Mar 05
Learn More

Dear Ballwin Families, 

Rockwood consistently balances its budget and works hard to be fiscally responsible. In fact, we are one of only four school districts in Missouri to earn a AAA rating from Standard & Poor’sfor this high level of financial responsibility. 

​Now, we are aware of 2,300 new homes being built in the district in the coming years.

These projections of increases in student enrollment led district officials to review current capacity in our schools. We evaluated how much space is available in each school – realizing the calculations are different at the elementary, middle and high school levels. We also considered our curriculum and the learning spaces needed to meet the needs of instruction.

During the last few years, the district has made a concentrated effort to decrease elementary class sizes. Our preferred Rockwood class sizes have made a difference in our school as we move toward the state’s desirable class size numbers.


In the latest edition of Super Talks with our Rockwood Superintendent, Dr. Eric Knost provides an overview of Prop T. The bond issue will address increasing enrollment and our continued support for STEM/Innovative learning.  Prop T is a $95.5 million bond issue that will not raise the current Rockwood tax rate. 

Learn more about Prop T on the April 4 ballot.

Thank you!

Feb 25
Prop T

Dear Ballwin Families,

We have known for a long time that hands-on, experiential activities engage more students. We have made a concentrated effort to provide more STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education to prepare our students for the future.

Being a critical thinker and problem solver is one of the most essential skills for students to be successful. Our Rockwood Superintendent Dr. Eric Knost shares what innovation looks like in our schools. Take a moment to view the video and read the message.

Feb 25
#ThisIsBallwin Day Leadership Video

​#ThisIsBallwin Day was AMAZING! We had wonderful student leadership and parent support. I am looking forward to next year. If you have not seen the #ThisIsBallwin Day Leadership Video, check it out. 

You will be amazed!

Video: Click here

Feb 02
2nd Annual #ThisIsBallwin Day

Ballwin Elementary cordially invites you to our 2nd annual #ThisIsBallwin Day Leadership Celebration. Our students are excited to share how they have incorporated leadership in their life.​

#ThisIsBallwin Day

Leadership Celebration 

Friday, February 24, 2017

9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.

Ballwin Elementary 

400 Jefferson Avenue

Ballwin, Missouri 63021

#ThisIsBallwin Day

 will include:

  • Student led leadership assembly 
  • Leadership notebook presentations
  • Building Tours
  • Learning about our leadership journey
  • Celebration of our students

Jan 22
2nd Quarter Report Cards

T​he 2nd quarter report cards will be available on the Infinite Campus Parent Portal on Wednesday, January 11th at 9AM.  Please print a copy of your child's report card for your records from the portal, report cards will not be mailed.  The report cards will be removed from the parent portal at 4PM on January 24th.  If you have not activated your parent portal please stop by the Ballwin office with a photo ID.  Office hours are ​8AM to 4PM.  If you have forgotten your portal ID, password or locked yourself out of the portal, please follow the prompts on the portal log-in screen.

Jan 08
Braggin Rights Volleyball Game

The 7th Annual Braggin' Rights Volleyball tournament is Thursday, January 12th at Selvidge Middle School.  Come join in the fun and cheer on your feeder elementary and Selvidge as they battle each other in staff/parent/student volleyball matches.  Games start at 6pm and doors open at 5:30pm.  Admission is free.  Concessions available.  

New this year: Marquette High School volleyball players will be playing with their former schools!  Students attending this event should come with their parents.  We hope to see you there!  In case of inclement weather, the backup date for this event will be January 19th.

Dec 11
Kindergarten Registration Info

​Do you have a child who will be ready for kindergarten next school year?  Do you know a family in your neighborhood that includes a future kindergarten student?  

Remember and share this important information about kindergarten registration dates at our school:

Wednesday, Jan. 18     8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Thursday, Jan. 19        8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Rockwood offers tuition-free, full-day and half-day kindergarten programs.  Children must be five years old before August 1, 2017 to be eligible to begin kindergarten in the fall.  

Find out what information you need to bring to this special kindergarten event at our kindergarten parent information meetings.

Kindergarten Parent Information Meeting Dates:

DATE:  Monday, January 9, 2017

Time:  6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Place:    Crestview Middle School (Theater)

             16025 Clayton Road

             Wildwood, MO 63011

DATE:  Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Time:  6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Place:   Rockwood Summit High School (Theater)

            1780 Rockwood Summit High School

            Fenton, MO 63026


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