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Marquette High
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2351 Clarkson Rd, Chesterfield, MO 63017 | Phone (636) 891-6000 | Fax (636) 891-8819

Marquette High School - Family Advocacy

​MHS Weekend Food Bag - This program was created to help supplement families with extra food for the weekend when the students do not have access to free and reduced lunch. It is geared towards families that are having severe financial difficulties. The pantry is stocked through the generosity of our MHS staff, parents and students. Contact Brenda Lee Casey: 636-891-6025 caseybrenda@rsdmo.org

Mental Health Advocacy - This program was created to help students and families access mental health services. Through the Children's' Service Grant Fund, any student age 19 and under has access to free mental health care. We also have access to Intensive In Home services that benefits the entire family. Social Emotinal Behaviorist available on an as needed basis. Contact Brenda Lee Casey: 636-891-6025 caseybrenda@rsdmo.org

Holiday Cheer - This program was created to provide a holiday gift for our neediest students. The MHS staff, parents, and students donate gift cards so the student will have an opportunity to choose something he/she would really like as a present. Contact Brenda Lee Casey: 636-891-6025 caseybrenda@rsdmo.org​

Drug-Free Coalition

Talk. They Hear You.

Children whose parents talk to them regularly about the dangers of underage drinking and drug use are 42% less likely to use drugs than those whose parents do not. Yet, only a quarter of teens report having these conversations with their parents.

Coalition Response:

  • Parents’ words do matter. (So do the words and actions of other caring adults.)
  • It’s never too early to begin these age-appropriate conversations.
  • Our “Guiding Good Choices” and “Super Parents” classes, as well as parent tip sheets and brochures, provide strategies for these conversations. Visit our website at www.RockwoodCoalition.org.
  • If parents don’t say “no,” many kids take this to mean “yes.”
  • Our annual high school “safe celebration” campaigns -- during homecoming and prom -- encourage parent conversations with their teens about alcohol and drug use during these high risk periods.

Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition provides leadership, education and resources to prevent and address substance abuse among youth. The Drug-Free Coalition offers many programs to support prevention efforts throughout the community.

View more information on the Rockwood Drug-Free Coalition.