Information is posted on the bulletin board outside of Guidance, rm117 or online at: WUSTL.EDU
May 15, 2013
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School Climate Surveys
Students, Parents & Staff
– Your Perspective Is Important!
As we continue to evaluate our school climates district-wide, the MHS Administration and School Climate Committee are asking to hear from you. Student, staff and parent perspectives are important as we discuss ways in which to make our school safe, healthy and welcoming. We also need to know what we’re doing right. Please take a few minutes to answer the following School Climate survey and be part of the process.
Thanking you in advance, The MHS Leadership Team & School Climate Committee.
Welcome to the new home for the MHS advice column Ask Tiff.
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I am one of the many bisexual students at MHS. I want to tell everyone that I’m bisexual and am dating a girl but am scared I will get made fun of. How should I face my fear and tell people?
Hi MHS frens! Gizmo here, Manchester High School’s therapy dog and MHSRedline’s mascot. Hold on a second! There was so much excitement this week at MHS, I have... read story
May 24, 2013
- JC’S “Bully” Video Has More Than 3,000 Views! April 26, 2013
- Follow Along As An Art Project Takes Shape April 17, 2013
- Gizmo Gets Air Time During Visit To Radio Program April 13, 2013
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MHS Mission Statement
Future Business Leaders of America is hosting a movie night, which movie would you most like to see?
- Pitch Perfect (37%, 120 Votes)
- Avengers (37%, 120 Votes)
- Sandlot (12%, 40 Votes)
- Life of Pi (10%, 34 Votes)
- Transformers (4%, 13 Votes)
Total Voters: 327
Students must be graduating seniors of Vietnamese descent who will be entering college in the fall. Information and applications are available in the Guidance Office, rm. 117 or online at: www.vietct.org. Deadline - 6/25/13.
- The Portuguese Foundation, Inc.
- John C. & Bernice A. Rieg Scholarship
- Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Scholarship
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The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame has named MHS seniors Andrew Isaacs, Chris Simmons and Marquis Little as top Scholar-Athletes for the 2012 season,... read story
March 27, 2013
- Relay Records Fall As Swimmers Reach State Finals March 16, 2013
- Skating Through States — Three From MHS on Championship Team March 14, 2013
- One Of Our Own Wins Class LL State Wrestling Title February 19, 2013
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A Letter from the Principal
Signs of Progress at Manchester High: NEASC Removes Warning Status
May 17, 2013
Dear Members of the Manchester High School Community
I am very pleased to report that the New England Association of Schools and Colleges has removed the “warning status” from Manchester High School– yet another sign that we are on the right track and that even brighter days are ahead for MHS.
As you are probably are aware, NEASC issued a report on Manchester High School in Spring 2009. At that time, the commission made over 50 recommendations across seven NEASC standards and placed MHS on warning for the standard of School Culture and Leadership. As a result of this warning status, we submitted a Special Progress Report to NEASC in February, 2013. We have just learned that NEASC responded favorably, continuing the school’s accreditation, and, more importantly, removing the warning for School Culture and Leadership.
This is exciting and gratifying news because our faculty and staff have been working diligently over the past year to develop and expand a 21st Century curriculum built around the school’s mission statement, academic expectations, and Common Core State standards. We have also implemented a wide variety of programs and interventions designed to provide support for all students and improve the climate of the high school. This work has been strongly supported by our parents and families, community members, the Superintendent of Schools and the Board of Education.
It is time for you to complete your senior survey to let us know where you are going. Please take a moment to complete the survey as it is required for graduation. The information you provided is used in a state report. Thank you for your time and information!
Click here for the 2013 Senior Survey
Thank You--The Counseling Department
What belongs on ‘the fridge”? Outstanding schoolwork! Here’s the latest...
Students Roll Up Their Sleeves To Design Soap Dish
In their Technology Education “computer assisted design” class, senior Shaifur Rahman and freshman Cody Ray worked together as mechanical engineers, creating a product that had as its slogan “ IMAGINE a Fresh Start.” And what product did they create, you ask? ...read more
Seniors!Prom is just around the corner and the time has come to choose our prom song; take the survey to vote for your favorite. When you are done, don’t forget to visit... read story
May 24, 2013
- 75th Roundtable Reunion Draws Almost 150 Alumni May 22, 2013
- YES Club Travels To ECSU To Get A Taste Of Teaching May 16, 2013
- Celebrating 75 years of Roundtable Singers at Monday Concert May 14, 2013
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MPS Safe School Climate Policy
The Manchester Board of Education is committed to creating and maintaining an educational environment free from bullying, harassment and discrimination. Click here to read the complete policy. The Bullying Reporting Form is included on page 10 of the policy.