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What is the A/B Block Schedule?
The A/B Block modifies our current Block schedule to stretch the classes out over the course of an entire year. We appreciate the benefit of the longer class periods in terms of in depth-instruction; however, we were challenged with the students not being in core classes for an entire year. Through Common Core Training, as well as our WASC Accreditation Review it was recommended to find a solution. The A/B schedule addresses this.
The A/B Block schedule will retain our 85 minute class periods. Students will attend four classes on 'A' days and then four different classes on 'B' days. In the end, students will go to each class every other day, attending class three times every six days (ABABAB). We piloted this schedule in a few classes this year with much success, and are very excited to implement it school wide for the 2015/16 school year.
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Infinite Campus Parent Portal
The Infinite Campus Parent Portal is up and running! This is an outstanding tool for parents to see class assignments, grades, attendance information, as well as any district and/or school announcements, etc. If you have not already established your Parent Portal account online, please contact Ginny Kniffin at the MHS office either by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 987-4140, ext. 4100, to receive information on getting started.
Updating Your Student's Contact Information:
All parents/guardians can update your student's contact information online through the Parent Portal. If you notice any incorrect information in your student's file, please submit your request for changes or additions as soon as possible. Please remember......MHS does not release your student to an emergency contact on file unless specifically designated in writing by you in advance.
Online Driver's Ed Course Information
Students....do you need to complete the written DMV requirement to get your Learner's Permit or License? Go to: HighschoolDriversEd.com and receive a discounted price for the course. Not only will you get the requirement done, you will also donate $ 20 to MHS by using code hsde105 to enroll.
IN THE EVENT OF A SCHOOL CLOSURE DUE TO STORMY WEATHER.......
The MUSD office will make a determination as to school closure as early as possible on a school day. An auto-dialer phone call/text/email will go out to parents/guardians to the contact information we have on file. PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR INFORMATION IS UPDATED IN OUR STUDENT DATABASE, INFINITE CAMPUS. If you are uable to go online and update, please email or call Ginny Kniffin in the MHS office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 987-4140, ext 4100, or send a written note with your student.
In the event that a school closure is deemed necessary after students arrive on campus, we will also contact you via auto-dialer. School bus transportation will be determined according to weather conditions. If your student normally rides the bus, please be prepared to pick up your student as soon as possible if bus service is not available.
The Stormy Weather hotline is 987-4149
This article featuring MHS Alumni, Samantha Millard McEvoy from the class of 2012, was printed in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat. We love hearing about our graduates and their endeavors after leaving MHS. Way to go Samantha!
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | April 20, 2016, 6:43PM
She was off studying interior design at West Virginia University. But she came back to Middletown and she was horrified, and also inspired, by what she saw.
“A lot of my friends lost their homes and the town seriously looked like the apocalypse, everything scorched black and destroyed,” she said.
“I was driving around looking at the remains of all these houses and all you see is bent steel scattered around concrete foundations with brick chimneys still standing proudly in the center of what was very recently someone’s home.”
What Samantha saw ended her search for a design concept to develop and submit to a national competition.
The 21-year-old’s conceptual design, “Rebuilding Community,” won an Interior Design Educators Council regional award.
It envisions a new gathering space built of fire-resistant steel, concrete and brick, and incorporating material salvaged from the fire, either as construction components or repurposed into art.
The Middletown center would start out as a place where fire victims could come to engage with professional and student architects and designers on how to replace their lost homes or businesses with highly efficient, durable, beautiful new structures that if possible would retain remnants of those that were destroyed.
Samantha’s concept is just that, but it’s a good one. So, who will build it?