While making S’mores in solar ovens, our Sixth grade students are learning about physical and chemical changes. What a yummy experiment!
The 2019-2020 school year is about to begin and our teachers are ready….ready to welcome students to a new year of growth, knowledge and fun. School starts at 7:40 a.m. on Monday, August 26; the schedule for the first week is as follows:
Monday, 8/26 is a half day of school with dismissal at 11:15 a.m. for High School and
11:20 a.m. for Middle School.
Tuesday, 8/27, Wednesday, 8/28 and Thursday, 8/29 are full days of school with dismissal for High School at 2:25-2:52 p.m. and 2:52 p.m. for Middle School.
Friday, 8/30-No School.
Monday, 9/2-No School.
Tuesday, 9/3-Classes resume with full day sessions.
Please note there has been a change to the dress code for Monday, August 26 (the first day of school) as per the parent letter dated August 12, 2019. Middle and High School students now have the option of wearing dress up clothes (no jeans) OR their uniform for this ½ day of school.
** Uniforms are to be worn starting on Tuesday, August 27**
All future tennis stars are welcome.
Congrats to the Athletic Club's Summer Cash Draw winners! A sincere thank you to all that purchased tickets. Checks will be mailed after July 15th.
Barb Pashak; Sue Grzegorezak, Ceil Dabrowksi, Ema Kleinert, Karen Casper, Barb Pett, Kathy Neitzel, Susie Thompson, John Maciejewski, Fran DeWyse, John Klass, Patsy Frye, Laurie Neyer, Kirk Fournier, Jack Frank, Tom Trelewski, Jim Heintskill, Connie Czubachowski, Shirley Brandt, Floyd Grocholski, Preston Clark, Linda Smith, Marla Essex, Barb Jakubczak, Sharno Presidio, Russ Rice, Randy Trombley, Wayne Rezmer, Mark Trahan, and Frank Bontumasi.
$1 Jean Day
Middle School girls basketball vs. St. Elizabeth
Varisity Volleyball Cougar Quad
HS Football @ MPSH
Powderpuff Game for HS