Announcements

  • Day Rotation

    Monday -June 12 - A Day

    Tuesday - June 13 - Finals schedule

    Wednesday - June 14 Finals schedule

    Thursday - June  15  - Finals Schedule

    Friday - June  16 - Finals Schedule

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  • Modified Sports Forms Accepted AFTER August 5

    The Nurse will start accepting Modified Sports forms on August 5. Please drop off these forms in the Main Office.

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  • Summer Camp -- PNW BOCES

    Attached please find information regarding Putnam/Northern Westchester Boces Summer Camp opportunities

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  • Summer Reading List and Outline

    The Summer Reading List and outline are attached below.  

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  • APP Fitness Test Appointments for HS Fall Sports

    Any athlete that will be in 8th grade in the fall and interested in trying out for a fall HS sport, please check with the nurse regarding your physical and the proper paper work. The school doctor will be at the MS on May 31. Please make an appointment with the school nurse. The APP Fitness test will be in the beginning of June.

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  • TECH SUMMER CAMP

    Attached please find a flyer with information regarding the BOCES SUMMER TECH CAMP

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  • YANKEE CANDLE FUNDRAISER -- SEPTO - Through June 15th

    Attached please find a  flyer with information about the YANKEE CANDLE FUNDRAISER.  

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  • Vaping and E-Cig information

    In conjunction with National Kick Butts Day, March 15th, Mr. Augusta, the high school principal, and I are taking the opportunity to raise awareness regarding the health effects of tobacco and nicotine product usage, and the growing vaping market among our community’s youth. Recent research indicates that the use of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS), including personal refillable vaporizers, e-cigarettes, and vape pens has dramatically increased nationally among middle school and high school students.

    The long term health effects of using ENDS are relatively unknown.  The health effects of ENDS may not be limited to users and ENDS aerosol is not “water vapor.” It contains nicotine and can contain additional toxins, and thus, is not safe.  As with conventional tobacco products, nicotine itself is not without risk. Nicotine is addictive and nicotine exposure during certain periods of development can impair the development of brain circuits and neurons, changing the way the brain works. Also an increasingly popular method of ENDS use is to self-mix the e-liquid—both the nicotine content and the flavorings (e.g., fruit, mint, or chocolate)—prior to use which makes its safety more questionable. (Center for Disease Control, April 2015).  

    As always, student safety is our priority and we have attached several informational documents for parents with regard to ENDS. Please remember that school policy states that possession of tobacco products and/or products containing nicotine are prohibited on school grounds.  This includes, but is not limited to cigarettes, e-cigarettes, cigars, pipes, chewing tobacco, vapors, and vaping liquids.

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  • Google Parent tutorial

    Attached please find a tutorial for Google  parent use.  

     

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RyUJqG4GL6v5sg3UfByU0_CG7l9DWXjNqc2X_YFeZzk/edit

     

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  • Putnam County Department of Health School Vaccination Survey

    On behalf of Dr. Michael Nesheiwat, PCDOH Commissioner of Health, we would appreciate your feedback about the Putnam County Department of Health school flu vaccination process. The attachment below will bring you to a brief Parent Satisfaction Survey. We are requesting input from all parents/guardians, whether your child participated in the flu clinic or not.

     

     

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News & Headlines

  • Final Exam Schedule - June 2017

    Please refer to the memo and schedule regarding our June 2017 Finals Schedule.

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  • MMS Incoming 6th Grade Curriculum Night

    Please refer to the attached presentation given on Thursday, May 11th for our new MMS families.  We look forward to welcoming our 6th graders for the 2017-18 school year!

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  • Mahopac Schools Celebrate Thanksgiving by Giving

    Thanksgiving is about tradition, and nowhere is the tradition of giving more apparent than in the Mahopac School District. Its years-old custom of giving back via fundraisers and gift baskets celebrates community, as students, parents, teachers and staff go all out to help families in need.

    Mahopac Middle School provided Thanksgiving dinner to 33 area families in need, including turkey, stuffing, potatoes, rolls, cranberry sauce, pie, and “You name it,” said Lynne Mongon, who coordinated the giving at MMS. They also set up a “pantry” full of staples that recipients could shop from, including flour, sugar, oil, cereal, fruit, baby food, desserts, veggies, and crackers, among other things. The fire departments and local businesses donated turkeys, a local businessman donated 100 pounds of potatoes, and area stores donated gift cards. “It was a true team effort from the community,” said MMS Principal Vince DiGrandi.

    Fulmar Road’s annual food drive supports families in need in the school. Students and staff collected things like cranberry sauce, stuffing and other ingredients for Thanksgiving meals, in addition to staples such as paper towels and pasta.

    Austin Road collected donations and bought gift cards for families in need in its community, with each family receiving a grocery-store gift card for $125.

    And at Mahopac High School, boxes and bags of food poured in to help create an abundance of giving to share with those in need. More than 40 baskets were distributed to help families have a traditional Thanksgiving meal. This annual event was organized by high school social workers Kristel Halton, Jenn Stytzer, Davia Bugge and Valerie Trefny and included help from Mahopac’s school counselors, custodians, teachers, students, parents, clubs, and administrators.

    Said Kristel Halton, “Mahopac High School is committed to making community service a priority and promoting empathy and resiliency through acts of kindness. I feel very grateful to be part of a wonderful community.”

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  • MMS Students Visit Freedom Tower

    On October 21 a group of students from Mahopac Middle School traveled to New York City to visit Freedom Tower. While at the memorial site, students were able to hear stories of tragedy and heroism and gain a deeper understanding of the events of 9/11.

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  • Mahopac Middle School Goes Pink to Support Breast Cancer Awareness

    The Mahopac Middle School Student Government recently sponsored a "Pink Out" throughout the school.  Students and staff dressed in pink for the day to help raise breast cancer awareness. Thank you to everyone that participated in the event and helped to make the day a success. 

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