Here is the schedule for the first day of school:
At 7:35-8:35* -- Students are to report to their SEMINAR, if a student does not know who their seminar teacher is, there are lists posted (by grade level) near 4-corners to assist students.
After the Assembly we will follow the schedule below:
8:40-9:30 – 1st hour class
9:35-10:25 – 2nd hour class
10:25-10:55 - "A" Lunch
10:30-11:20 – 3rd hour class for room on the 1st floor
11:00-11:50 – 3rd hour class for rooms on the 2nd floor
11:20-11:50 - "B" Lunch
11:55-12:45 – 4th hour class
12:50-1:40 – 5th hour class
1:45-2:30 – 6th hour
*Around 7:45, students will be dismissed via the PA to the gymnasium for an all-school assembly (we’ll start with freshmen and end with the seniors). Immediately after the assembly, any students that were not able to report to Registration Day are to report to the Cafeteria to turn in all registration forms, receive their locker assignments, etc.; all other students should return to seminar. For the FIRST DAY ONLY, your students lunch will be determined by their 3rd hour class. After the first day lunches will be based on the 4thhour class.
CHANGES IN THE FRONT OFFICE AT MHS:
*If your child will be absent please call 781-1337, this line will not be answered or monitored, messages will be picked up at the end of the work day (3pm).
*If you need to get your child out of school early or a message to your child at the end of the school day, please call the main office at 781-1252.
*All Student Parking Permits, Homework Requests and College Visitation forms, will beavailable in the Guidance Office or by calling 781-1321.
*For all Athletic Related absences, please call the Athletic Office at 781-1314
*All Vacation and Dance permission forms, will be available in the Main Office
On Thursday, September 10th, any student who missed Registration Day are to report to the Auditorium Lobby to get their picture taken for their school ID. Each teacher and the office has a list of the students who missed registration day.
On Thursday, September 17th there will be a senior class meeting during seminar to discuss Homecoming.
Our National Honors Society is again proud to sponsor Blood Drives
for the American Red Cross this upcoming school year – the first one is scheduled for Wednesday, September 30th, 2015
. All donors will be asked to sign up with either Mrs. Caro or Mrs. Tobias. A student must be 16 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds. For more information on donating blood, visit: http://www.redcrossblood.org/students/donating-101
. For our 16 year old students interested in donating: A parent will need to review the Student's Guide to Blood Donation
and sign the parent/guardian consent form for the student to be able to donate blood. The consent form will be available from either Mrs. Caro or Mrs. Tobias and you must bring the completed form the day of the blood drive in order to donate blood.