A post secondary survey
was sent to you on May 6th. Please complete this 2 minute survey on your post secondary plans. It is very important that every senior completes this survey as MHS must report this information to the Department of Public Instruction. Please complete the survey by May 17th. Thank you!!
Since our prom is very different from a typical year, here are the Prom details that students need to know if they are planning to attend.
Prom is Saturday, May 22nd from 7-10pm at the MHS Breitenbach Stadium.
Prom is free but seniors need to sign up on MyPayments Plus (which was opened today, May 10th).
Please bring your most recent school ID to the dance to be scanned for admittance.
Only current MHS & CSCS seniors
will be admitted to the dance.
Students can not wear high heel shoes on the track or turf, so please remember to bring a change of shoes if you will be wearing high heels for pictures(there will be a photo area), etc.
If you bring any sort of bag/purse/backpack, it will be searched before admittance
Senior Students Take your data with you!
After receiving feedback from our senior class leadership group, who has been surveying the class on how they would like to hold the 2021 graduation ceremony, we have decided to grant their request to have one ceremony so that the class of 2021 can graduate together. We acknowledge that another change to the graduation ceremony plan is not ideal, however we feel it is very important to give our seniors the experience they prefer after having endured the past year-plus dealing with the pandemic.
With the new PHMDC’s order we must still maintain 6 feet of physical distance between people who are not living in the same household. With more than 500 graduates, this will mean that each graduate will be able to bring two guests. Please keep in mind that our ceremony will be live-streamed on the District's YouTube Channel for all to watch.
All seniors will be receiving their actual diploma during advisory on May 25 for cohort 1 and May 28 for cohort 2. They will also receive the two guest tickets and a Class of 2021 facemask to wear during the graduation ceremony. PLEASE BE SURE SENIORS ATTEND ADVISORY THESE DAYS TO RECEIVE THESE IMPORTANT ITEMS. Virtual only students who will be participating in the graduation ceremony will receive their diploma, tickets and mask immediately following graduation practice on June 4. Virtual students not participating in the ceremony should contact Nicole Frick at email@example.com to arrange to pick up their diploma and mask.
The single ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 6 at 2 p.m. at Breitenbach Stadium. The makeup date, in case of inclement weather, is Monday, June 7 at 6 p.m. at Breitenbach Stadium.
CEREMONY PARTICIPATION SURVEY
In order to create the most accurate seating arrangement possible, please fill out this form to let us know if you plan to participate in the graduation ceremony.
Graduation practice will be held on Friday, June 4 at 10 a.m. in Breitenbach Stadium. If it is raining at 10 a.m., we will push practice back to 2 p.m. after the Senior Cookout.
Senior Walk will be held on June 4 at 8:45 a.m. More details to come.
There will be a cookout at Fireman’s Park for all seniors on June 4 immediately following graduation practice.
Student Organizations Announcements
Student Services Announcements
We are here to help you!
Reminder that your Student Services Department is here and happy to help you! Around the school you'll notice posters with a QR code to access our Student Services Website. Use the website to find valuable resources related to mental health, community resources, and Covid-19. You can also make appointments to see your student services staff through our website.
Please schedule an appointment, prior to entering student services. Feel free to do so on the student services website or via the posters in front of the student services office.
Just because you take breaks doesn't mean you're broken. Do your school work for limited periods of time. Set a timer for a break and a timer for work.