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See details on the MHS schedule for the last 2 days of school...
For parents of 9th, 10th and 11th graders:
We will be on a modified schedule the last 2 days of school, Wed. May 31st and Thurs. June 1st.
Wed. May 31
Homeroom 7:45 – 7:55
Period 1 8:00 – 9:05
Period 3 9:10 – 10:15
Period 5 10:20 – 11:25
Period 6 11:30 – 12:05
Period 7 12:10 – 1:15
Period 9 1:20 – 2:27
Students are to be in attendance for their ENTIRE schedule on Wed. May 31st.
Thurs. June 1
Period 2 8:00 – 9:05
Period 4 9:10 – 10:15
Period 6 10:20 – 11:25
Period 8 11:30 – 12:35
On Thurs. June 1st, students may arrive for their first class and leave after their last class. Students are NOT permitted to leave between classes. There will be NO homeroom, lunch or bus transportation home.
While we no longer administer traditional final "exams" that count as a grade on the report card, teachers will still be giving tests, wrapping up final projects and other important work, so these days count! If your student is absent either of these days, they may need to come back after school is out to make up their work.
- While the school will be busy most days over the summer, schedules can differ from day to day. So officially, our offices will be open normal school hours 2 weeks after school ends, and 3 weeks prior to the start of next year, as well as every Wednesday throughout the summer if you have questions or needs.
- Students entering 12th grade next August must have the required meningococcal vaccine. More information will be mailed home with report cards.
- Please make sure all school fees are paid, and lunch accounts are taken care of for the year.
- Check the district and school website all summer for calendars, '23-24 info and construction updates.
Physicals will be offered at MHS on Tuesday, May 30th from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m....
Athletic physicals will be given on Tuesday, May 30th. Students must sign-up in the Attendance Office and obtain forms needed to be filled out by the student and parents. If you are thinking about playing a sport, cheering or participating in marching band next year, you will need to have a valid sports physical on file. Please see Mrs. Green in the Attendance/Athletics office to sign up and get your forms.
We are now accepting nominations for the Swede Olsson / Jim France Athletic Hall of Fame...
We are currently accepting applications for the 2023 Swede Olsson-Jim France Athletic Hall of Fame. Applications can be picked up at Manchester High School, Monday through Friday, from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. or downloaded here.
The candidates must have been out of high school for at least four years, and applications are due by June 1st.
Congratulations to Monica Clark and Corinne Hite for being selected May students of the month.
Monica Clark is ranked in the top 10 of her class. She has earned five varsity letters including 4 years for academics, 3 for soccer, 3 for track, 1 for cross country, and participated for 3 years in Drama Club. She has been the stage manager of Drama Club for two years, and she is a member of the BBQ Club board, the sports editor and historian of WSFM, and co-head of the school spirit committee for Student Council. Monica has received the MVP award both her sophomore and junior years for the girls track team, and has set the girls record for the 100m dash of 12.7 seconds. Her sophomore year she won the PAC-7 champion title for both the 100m and 200m races. Outside of school she enjoys running, paddle boarding, and going swimming with her friends in the summer.
Corinne Hite plays softball and basketball, and cheers during football season. She is the Vice President of Key Club, in National Honor Society, Panther Pack, and runs the social media accounts for The Jungle. She has earned four academic letters, is in the Top Ten, and has gotten awards like “Best Teammate” and the “Panther Award” from basketball that were voted on by her teammates and coaches. During her senior year she also decided to take CCP classes. Outside of school she babysits for multiple families, hangs out with her friends, attends sporting events with her family, read, and travel.
Announcements for the week of Monday, May 22nd, 2023:
Any seniors that won a local scholarship that wish to turn in thank you notes can give them to Mr. Pukansky. He will make sure they are delivered to the committees.
Attention Athletes: Sports physicals will be given on Tuesday, May 30th. YOU must sign-up in the Attendance Office and obtain forms needed to be filled out by YOU and YOUR PARENTS. If you are thinking about playing a sport, cheering or participating in marching band next year, you will need to have a valid sports physical on file. Please see Mrs. Green in the Attendance/Athletics office to sign up and get your forms.
Anyone interested in summer employment should stop by the Guidance Office to see the many opportunities from local businesses!