Attached please find a letter from Mr. Cozzocrea, Principal with information regarding the school and the upcoming Chrome Book Roll out for our students. There is a parent meeting on FEBRUARY 27th at 7:00 p.m. to provide parents more information regarding the chrome books.
Attached please find the Community Service form for the 8th Grade Washington DC trip. 5 hours of Community service must be completed by March 1st. The completed forms should be handed in to the Guidance Office.
The Mahopac Middle Schools PTO will be offering 8 weeks of after-school mini workshops this spring, all taking place at the school from 3:00-4:00 p.m. (unless otherwise noted). Each workshop is grade level appropriate and you may register your child for as many workshops that are offered for his/her grade level. Workshops begin in March and run through May. Please click on the attached document for more information on how to register.
The Torch and Student Government will be running the 4th annual Creative Writing contest for all students in grades 6 through 8. Stories should be limited to 1,000 words and any topic is acceptable. Deadline for submission is February 23rd and stories should be turned into Mrs. Bronschidle in the library. There will be gift cards for first, second and third place stories.
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Mahopac Sports Association Boys Lacrosse Registration
Attached please see a flyer with information regarding Mahopac Sports Association Boys Lacrosse Registration
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TOWN OF CARMEL PARKS AND RECREATION WINTER OFFERINGS
Attached please find flyers regarding Ski and Snowboarding and drawing class offered by the Town of Carmel Parks and Recreation.
Attached please find a flyer with information regarding an art competition for Middle School Students, sponsored by the New York Civil Liberties Union . The theme is "Fight Hate, Protect Democracy, Stand for Justice". Please open the attached flyer for more information on this contest.
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.
This will link you to the district athletics page. Since many of our students participate on the Freshman, JV, and Varsity levels, you'll be able to access their teams at this site. Modified sports as well are linked here.
In order to tryout, practice or participate in any sport the student must have a current sports physical and be certified by the school nurse. Physicals are considered current for 12 continuous months and must be within a year from the beginning of the sports season. Should the date of the physical expire during the sports season a new physical is required.
Physical exams may be given by the school physician or the student’s family physician with review and approval by the school’s physician. They must include blood pressure reading and urine test for sugar and albumin.
The school nurse has sports physical sign-ups several times throughout the year prior to each sports season. The school’s physician will be available at the high school to perform sports physicals during this time.
The following paperwork must be fully completed and turned in: