What's Happening at the MHS??

posted Nov 5, 2017, 9:26 AM by Patrick McCabe   [ updated Nov 5, 2017, 9:27 AM ]
Dear Parents/Guardians:

Some interesting happenings at the MHS:

  • Reminder: the Governor's Educator of the Year Award nomination forms are available. All nominations are due by 11/8/17. You may nominate an educator by using this link: http://goo.gl/oLUEzU
  • Homecoming Dance is on 11/17/17. Permission forms are due by 11/8/17. 
  • The Student Council Annual Thanksgiving Pie Sale is going on now!  All orders are due to Mrs. Smocovich or Mr. Hughes by Wednesday, 11/8/17.  I have attached an order form below.
  • The sixth grade students are selling Joe Corbis to help offset their class trip.  All orders are due back to Mrs. Stratton or Mrs. Smocovich by Tuesday, 11/14/17.
  • The Princeton Review being offered in March at the MHS has not had enough student interest to support the program. This will be the final notice.  If any parent is interested in the Princeton Review for their child and has not already contacted the school, please do so by 11/8/17. 
  • We will have our school-wide anti-bully meeting this Tuesday during period two. The focus, as decided upon by our School Safety Committee, will be cyber-bullying. 
  • Parent/Teacher conferences are coming on 11/20 (evening) and 11/21 (afternoon). Both are short session days as is the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. We will open the conference scheduler for parents in Parent Access on Tuesday, 11/7/17, at 10:00 am.
  • School will be closed from 11/9/17 through 11/13/17 for NJEA Conferences and to honor Veteran's Day. School will reopen on 11/14/17.
  • Marking period one ends on 11/8/17. Marking period two begins an 11/14/17.
  • Report cards for marking period one will be available on Parent Access on 11/15/17 by the end of the school day.
  • There will be a PTO meeting on 11/15/17.

You can always check our webpage and online calendar to see what is happening at the MHS.

If you have any questions, please call so we can assist you.

Thank you,
Dr. McCabe
Patrick McCabe,
Nov 5, 2017, 9:26 AM