Band Concert Postponed
Band Concert Monday has been postponed to Friday at 6:30pm, still at MCMS.
Sale Of SMMS and
$55 until January
(Price goes up to
$60 after 1/17/14)
Order online at
using the order form.
STUDENTS WITH FUNDRAISER CREDIT
SHOULD NOT ORDER ONLINE!
MCHS Yearbook Order Form and Personalization Icons
Forms & Flyers
Attention ALPHA Program students and parents:
Due to growth of our program we are relocating to a new, bigger facility. Beginning Monday October 14, 2013
we will be located on the CTC campus in our own building. To prepare for that move students will not report to the Alpha facility on Thursday 10/10 or Friday 10/11/2013. Students must log on and complete work from home. Any student who has classes scheduled at Mifflin
County Junior High School, Mifflin County High School or the Mifflin County CTC
is required to attend regularly scheduled classes. If students require transportation to their home school or home from school please notify ALPHA program staff no later than Tuesday October 8, 2013.
ATTENTION CURRENT CYBER/CHARTER SCHOOL STUDENTS AND FAMILIES
Attention MCHS Students:
If you have not paid your class dues yet, please do so as soon as possible. These dues help fund class events such as MCHS Homecoming festivities, the Junior/Senior Prom, Senior Dinner Dance, as well as miscellaneous costs associated with the class. Class dues are $10 per year. Before a senior can attend senior dinner dance or prom, he or she must have paid all $30 in dues before signing up for tickets. Class dues can be paid to students’ respective class advisors:
Class of 2014: Mr. Hoppel and Mrs. Kennington
Class of 2015: Mrs. Palm and Mrs. Ramsey
Class of 2016: Mrs. Esh and Mrs. Shearer
JMSI Enironmental Corp
PAECT Student Technology Showcase
On Monday, May 20th, twelve fifth grade students from Lewistown Intermediate School had the opportunity to present their movie trailer projects at the PAECT Student Technology Showcase at the State Capitol building in Harrisburg. This annual showcase provides an opportunity for the state legislators and as well as the public to learn how teachers and students are integrating technology into K-12 classrooms across the state and demonstrate the importance of technology in education today.
This fifth grade project was created using the program PhotoStory. The students in Mr. Himes language arts class read the novel Hatchet by Gary Paulson. After concluding the reading, the students created movie trailers using digital pictures, music clips, and animations.
Attention MCHS Students and Parents:
The MCHS Guidance Website is now up and running. If you are looking for information about upcoming important dates, testing information, scholarship information, etc…, then visit
http://www.mcsdk12.org/mchs/guidance. Follow the links on the left side of the page to get the information for which you are searching. Be sure to check the website on a regular basis; new information is being added weekly.
Don’t miss the Strengthening Families Program!
Do you have a 6th or 7th grade student? The Strengthening Families program is designed to prevent teen substance abuse, behavior problems, strengthen parenting skills and build family strengths in a fun way! This program may be for you.
Click here for more information.
Skyward Mobile Access App
Skyward Access is now available as an app for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Android. This will allow you to connect more conveniently to your child's vital information without the need to enter a URL and login/password each time.
Click the Skyward Mobile Access link for more details.
BUS STOP SAFETY
1) When waiting for a school bus – stay 5 steps off the roadwaye bus stop early
3) Never run or carry on at the bus stop
4) Never run to try to catch up with the bus if you miss it
5) Be aware – Cross with Care – WAIT until the school bus has stopped all traffic before stepping out onto the road.
6) Make eye contact with the bus driver as you are crossing the road
7) Walk 10 steps in front of the bus when crossing so the driver can see you
8) Board the bus in an orderly fashion
* PARENTS - please contact the police if you witness a vehicle not stopping for a school bus with its red lights on. This would need reported immediately.