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  1. Principal’s Pen: June 3-7

    June 3, 2019

    Well, what an exciting week to be a high school senior! You can feel the energy and excitement when you enter the building. Marching practice went off without a hitch this morning and I am looking forward to seeing them again bright and early tomorrow morning. It has truly been a privilege to work with… Read More

  2. Principal’s Pen: May 13-17

    May 14, 2019

    Good Morning: Eighteen days until Graduation seems hard to believe. The seniors are gearing up for finals, marching practice, senior last assembly and finally, the main event, Graduation. The underclassmen are also preparing for finals as well as the YES program. Mr. Dunbar has completed the rosters for each student and we will be entering… Read More

  3. Principal’s Pen: April 30-May 3

    May 1, 2019

    Happy Spring, Finally! We are nearing the home stretch and things are getting pretty busy here at MHS. Our AP students will begin their testing next week, seniors are gearing up for graduation and the underclassmen have made their YES selections. For those of you who are parents of seniors I have attached a copy… Read More

  4. Principal’s Pen: April 1-5

    April 1, 2019

    Happy Spring: While this month is a short one we have a lot of fun and exciting events happening at MHS. On the 12th we will celebrating the completion of our athletic complex with events planned for the youth in our community, ribbon cutting ceremony, and 2 varsity lacrosse games (girls will host Winslow and… Read More

  5. Principal’s Pen: March 18-22

    March 18, 2019

    Happy Spring Everyone: The end is in sight! Students have begun to sign up for the Y.E.S. Program (Year End Studies). There are many unique learning opportunities for students to participate in during the last week of school. Some may wonder if this program is mandatory and the response is yes. It is part of… Read More

  6. Principal’s Pen: March 4-8

    March 5, 2019

    Good Afternoon: Well I guess Punxsutawny Phil had other plans for us…maybe we’re finally in the clear of any more winter storms. We have many students to recognize this month and I have listed their names below. MMTC Students of the Month: Austin Arsenault: Automotive Technology Aislinn McDaniel: Early Childhood Shelby Hoffman: Culinary Arts Chase… Read More

  7. Principal’s Pen: February 27th

    February 27, 2019

    Good Afternoon: I wanted to let everyone know that the portal for scheduling Parent/Teacher Conferences is open. I have attached the link that you can go to to schedule your appointments, https://www.signupgenius.com/tabs/23673dc06a1ceecc06-ptconferences .┬áIf you have any trouble at all please go to the Guidance webpage and click on their link or you can call Darcy… Read More

  8. Principal’s Pen: February 11-15

    February 12, 2019

    Good Morning: It looks like we’re having to face another winter storm this week. Just when you thought that Spring might be right around the corner. February vacation is next week, February 18-22. I hope that everyone is able to enjoy their time off and get some much deserved rest. Students received their course registration… Read More

  9. Principal’s Pen: January 28-February 1

    January 30, 2019

    Good Morning: We have successfully made the transition into the new semester. Someone once told me that the older you get the faster time moves by. I couldn’t agree more as it seems like just yesterday we were welcoming the Class of 2022 into the high school and beginning the conversation with the Class of… Read More

  10. Principal’s Pen: January 14-18

    January 14, 2019

    Good Morning: Just a reminder that students will be taking final exams this week. I have attached the schedule for your review Final Exam Schedule. Students who attend MMTC are expected to attend their classes this week with a slight modification their schedule. If they are a morning student they will attend MMTC on Monday,… Read More

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