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    Monday - September 18 -- A day

    Tuesday - September 19 - B day

    Wednesday - September 20 - C day

    Thursday - September 21 - SCHOOL CLOSED ROSH HASHANNAH

    Friday - September 22 - SCHOOL CLOSED ROSH HASHANNA

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    The school newspaper, "The Torch", will be starting on Thursday, October 5th after school in the computer lab.  Come and be a part of your school newspaper.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Flynn in room 225.

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  • Washington D.C. 8th Grade Trip - Community Service and Contract

    Please see attachments regarding the forms needed for the 8th Grade Washington D.C. trip.  Each child planning on attending the trip must complete five hours of Community Service.  If your child is going to be completing his/her community service at an organization listed on the Community Service Opportunities page, they need not get pre-approval.  The 8th grade students will be required to have the form completed and signed by the supervising agent for the organization.  After this has been done, the form should be handed in to the Guidance Office so the hours can be recorded.  If you have any questions, please call 845-621-1330 ext. 12600

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    Attached please find two flyers regarding the ordering of the Mahopac Middle School Yearbooks.  

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  • PTO collecting unwanted new/gently used puzzles or games

    The Mahopac Middle School PTO is asking if parents would please donate any unwanted new or gently used puzzles or board games (must contain complete pieces) to the middle school for indoor recess. Donated puzzles/board games can be dropped off to the PTO table at any of the Meet the Teams nights or at the PTO meeting on September 18th.

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    Putnam County Youth Bureau is hosting their Pegasus program beginning on October 12.  This is a free confidential program for children ages 6-12 who have a parent or family member suffering from alcoholism or other drug dependencies.  See attached flyer for more information.

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  • Putnam Arts Council - September offerings

    Attached please find a flyer from the Putnam Arts Council regarding upcoming classes available.


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  • Meet The Teams -- Grades 6, 7, and 8

    Attached please find information regarding the Meet the Teams Nights

    6th Grade - September 27th @ 6:45 p.m.

    7th Grade - September 19th @ 6:45 p.m.

    8th Grade - September 12th @ 6:45 p.m. 

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    Attached please find team specific supply lists All of 6th, 7th and 8th grade teams are under each team specific attachment.

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    Student Schedules have been released to Parent Portal.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Guidance Office at 845-621-1330 ext. 12600

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  • Summer Reading List and Outline

    The Summer Reading List and outline are attached below.  

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News & Headlines

  • Engineering and Eggs: All in a Day’s Work at Mahopac School

    What better way to learn science and engineering principles than through hands-on experimentation? That’s what Mahopac Middle School (MMS) students did this week when they answered the question, How can an egg be dropped off a tall building without breaking?

    Sixth grade students prepared for the annual Egg Drop event by designing containers for their eggs using scientific and engineering principles as part of the school’s commitment to STEM studies (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).

    MMS teacher Victoria Lew guided students from sixth grade classes through the challenge, based on the Mars Rover landing. Students worked on making the best “rover” for their “eggstronauts.”

    “The students are really learning the engineering and design process as well as Newton’s laws,” said Lew. Former MMS STEM instructor Joseph Corace came out of retirement to launch the egg rovers off of the school building. Corace had led the experiment in previous years. “He is the most comfortable up there launching the eggs,” said Lew, “so we encouraged him to come back and do it again.”

    Though some of the eggs made it through the experiment and some of them didn’t, all of the students benefited from learning what worked and what didn’t—key steps to the scientific method.

    The long-range goal of STEM education is to prepare students for a full range of college and career choices in science, technology, engineering, and math.

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  • 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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