Announcements

  • January 19, 2018 - B day

    The five hour pre-licensing class has been scheduled for Monday, Jan. 22. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

     All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     Dr. Pallant will be here at the high school on February 22, 26 and 28 to perform physicals for spring sport clearance. Please make an appointment with Mrs. Karst.

     Senior yearbook quotes are due by today at 2 pm. A google form has been sent to all seniors. Any questions, please see Mr. Douma or Ms. Donnelly/

     You asked and the Wuzzles are back. Come to the library and try solving the weekly word puzzles. You will have one week to solve each puzzle with submissions due each Friday by 3pm. Weekly winners are eligible to win a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card.  What are you waiting for? Come to the library and pick one up.

     If you need community service and are available on Saturday, January 27th please see Mr. DiSanto in the Gold House.

     

     

    Mahopac High School
  • January 18, 2018 - A day

    The five hour pre-licensing class has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 22. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     Since STEP classes were cancelled on Tuesday due to the cancellation of afterschool activities, those STEP classes will be made up today. Please go to room 115 to check in.

     Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

     All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     Dr. Pallant will be here at the high school on February 22, 26 and 28 to perform physicals for spring sport clearance. Please make an appointment with Mrs. Karst.

     Senior yearbook quotes are due by Friday, Jan. 19th at 2 pm.  A google form has been sent to all seniors. Any questions, please see Mr. Douma or Ms. Donnelly/

     Glamour Gals will meet today after school in room 224  Please wear your Glamour Gal T-shirt to meeting for a group photo.

     You asked and the Wuzzles are back. Come to the library and try solving the weekly word puzzles. You will have one week to solve each puzzle with submissions due each Friday by 3pm. Weekly winners are eligible to win a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card.  What are you waiting for? Come to the library and pick one up.

     If you need community service and are available on Saturday, January 27th please see Mr. DiSanto in the Gold House.

     

    Mahopac High School
  • January 16, 2018 - B day

    The five hour pre-licensing class has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 22. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

     All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     Attention any student-athlete in the 11th, 10th or 9th grade interested in participating with the Mahopac HS Football Program during the 2018 season:  There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, January 17th at 2:15 in the East Learning Lab (room 233) next to the Mini Theater.

     Dr. Pallant will be here at the high school on February 22, 26 and 28 to perform physicals for spring sport clearance. Please make an appointment with Mrs. Karst.

     Senior yearbook quotes are due by Friday, Jan. 19th.  A google form has been sent to all seniors.  Any questions, please see Mr. Douma or Ms. Donnelly.

     Glamour Gals meeting on Thursday, Jan. 18th at 1:55 pm in room 230.  Please attend regarding the upcoming visit to Waterview on Saturday, Jan. 20.  Please wear your Glamour Gal T-shirt to meeting for a group photo.

     You asked and the Wuzzles are back. Come to the library and try solving the weekly word puzzles. You will have one week to solve each puzzle with submissions due each Friday by 3pm. Weekly winners are eligible to win a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card.  What are you waiting for? Come to the library and pick one up.

     If you need community service and are available on Saturday, January 27th please see Mr. DiSanto in the Gold House.

     

     

    Mahopac High School
  • January 12, 2018 - A Day

    The five hour pre-licensing class has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 22. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     

    Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

     

    All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     

    Attention any student-athlete in the 11th, 10th or 9th grade interested in participating with the Mahopac HS Football Program during the 2018 season:  There will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, January 17th at 2:15 in the East Learning Lab (room 233) next to the Mini Theater.

     

    Dr. Pallant will be here at the high school on February 22, 26 and 28 to perform physicals for spring sport clearance. Please make an appointment with Mrs. Karst.

     

    The varsity gymnastics team defeated Wappingers yesterday.

     

    Placing for Mahopac:

     

    Jamison Castrataro             1st place vault

    Sydney Hughes                   2nd place floor exercise

    Callie Johanson                   1st place all around

    Chloe Lee                           2nd place uneven bars   

     

    Please help support Mahopac Human Rights Club participation in J-Teems Leadership Day of Service. In January 2018 humanitarian and medical supplies will be collected to be sent to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Collecting in all Social Studies Rooms until Friday, Jan. 12th:

                New hair combs and brushes

                Toothbrushes

                Toothpaste

     

    Senior yearbook quotes are due by Friday, Jan. 19th.  A google form has been sent to all

    seniors. Any questions, please see Mr. Douma or Ms. Donnelly.

     

    You asked and the Wuzzles are back. Come to the library and try solving the weekly

    word puzzles. You will have one week to solve each puzzle with submissions due each

    Mahopac High School
  • January 11, 2018 - B day

    The five hour pre-licensing class has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 22. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

     All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     The GSA will meet today in room 130 at 2:00.

     Please help support Mahopac Human Rights Club participation in J-Teems Leadership Day of Service. In January 2018 humanitarian and medical supplies will be collected to be sent to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Collecting in all Social Studies Rooms until Friday, Jan. 12th:

                New hair combs and brushes

                Toothbrushes

                Toothpaste

     Senior yearbook quotes are due by Friday, Jan. 19th.  A google form has been sent to all seniors. Any questions, please see Mr. Douma or Ms. Donnelly.

     You asked and the Wuzzles are back. Come to the library and try solving the weekly word puzzles. You will have one week to solve each puzzle with submissions due each Friday by 3pm. Weekly winners are eligible to win a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card.  What are you waiting for? Come to the library and pick one up.

     If you need community service and are available on Saturday, January 27th please see Mr. DiSanto in the Gold House.

     

    Mahopac High School
  • January 10, 2018 - A day

    The five hour pre-licensing class has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 22. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

     All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     The GSA will meet on Thursday in room 130 at 2:00.

     There will be a meeting for Chieftain, the student run school newspaper, today. If you are interested in writing articles, proof reading or photography, please attend.  All are welcome.

     All Gender Equality Club mentors must attend a mandatory meeting this afternoon in room 48 from 2-2:45. Thank you.

     Please help support Mahopac Human Rights Club participation in J-Teems Leadership Day of Service. In January 2018 humanitarian and medical supplies will be collected to be sent to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Collecting in all Social Studies Rooms until Friday, Jan. 12th:

                New hair combs and brushes

                Toothbrushes

                Toothpaste

    Senior yearbook quotes are due by Friday, Jan. 19th.  A google form has been sent to all seniors. Any questions, please see Mr. Douma or Ms. Donnelly.

     You asked and the Wuzzles are back. Come to the library and try solving the weekly word puzzles. You will have one week to solve each puzzle with submissions due each Friday by 3pm. Weekly winners are eligible to win a $5 Dunkin Donuts gift card.  What are you waiting for? Come to the library and pick one up.

     

    Mahopac High School
  • January 9, 2018 - B day

     The five hour pre-licensing class has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 22 from 5:00 to 10:00 pm. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

    All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     The GSA will meet on Thursday in room 130 at 2:00.

    There will be a Glamour Gal meeting immediately after school in room 230 today. Chapter members please try to attend.  You should make your bus.

    There will be a meeting for Chieftain, the student run school newspaper, this Wednesday, Jan. 10th.  If you are interested in writing articles, proof reading or photography, please attend.  All are welcome.

     Please help support Mahopac Human Rights Club participation in J-Teens Leadership Day of Service. In January 2018 humanitarian and medical supplies will be collected to be sent to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Collecting in all Social Studies Rooms until Friday, Jan. 12th:

                New hair combs and brushes

                Toothbrushes

                Toothpaste

     Senior yearbook quotes are due by Friday, Jan. 10th.  A google form has been sent to all seniors. Any questions, please see Mr.

    Douma or Ms. Donnelly.

    Mahopac High School
  • January 8, 2018 - A day

    The five hour pre-licensing class will be held tonight. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

     All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     There will be no Italian Club meeting today. Italian Honor Society will meet at 2:00 today in room 129.

     There will be no Spanish Club/Spanish Honor Society meeting today. Please check our google classroom account for information and updates.

     The December issue of Chieftain has just arrived due to a shipping issue. You can; pick up one in the library or at the display racks in the lobby and under the Chieftain display case.  Our next meeting is Wednesday, January 10th.  All are welcome to attend.

     The Create the Change Club will meet today in room 130 at 2:00.

     Please help support Mahopac Human Rights Club participation in J-Teems Leadership Day of Service. In January 2018 humanitarian and medical supplies will be collected to be sent to Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Collecting in all Social Studies Rooms until Friday, Jan. 12th:

                New hair combs and brushes

                Toothbrushes

                Toothpaste

     

    Mahopac High School
  • January 3, 2018 - B day

    The five hour pre-licensing class is scheduled for Monday, January 8th. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

     All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     The Mahopac Drama Company is holding a meeting today about the upcoming musical, The Addams Family. Meet in the auditorium at 2:00 to get

    information about the show and auditions.  See Ms. Vara, Mr. Purr or Ms. Velez if you have any questions.  Hope to see you all there.

     Student Teacher Gender Equality Club meeting will be held after school on Thursday in room 48. All are welcome.

     Interested in dance? The Mahopac Dance Company and competition team will be holding a second try out on Wednesday, January 3rd from

    2:00-6:00 and Thursday, January 4th from 2:00 TBD in the cafeteria. You must attend both days. More information will be given those days.  If you

    have any questions see Ms. Lowy in room 218.

     The December issue of Chieftain has just arrived due to a shipping issue. You can; pick up one in the library or at the display racks in the lobby and

    under the Chieftain display case.  Our next meeting is Wednesday, January 10th.  All are welcome to attend.

     

    Mahopac High School
  • January 2, 2018 - A day

     The five hour pre-licensing class is scheduled for Monday, January 8th. You can register with $40 cash in room 109.

     Reminder – all students who wish to take food from the cafeteria need a lunch pass. See your house for the application.

     All students who took the PSAT, please stop by your house to pick up your scores.

     Interested in dance? The Mahopac Dance Company and competition team will be holding a second try out on Wednesday, January 3rd from 2:00-6:00

    and Thursday, January 4th from 2:00 in the cafeteria. You must attend both days. More information will be given those days.  If you have any questions

    see Ms. Lowy in room 218.

     

    Mahopac High School

MHS January Regents/Midterm Schedule 2018

To access the MHS January Testing Schedule, please click on the link that follows:  MHS January Testing Schedule 2018

MHS News & Headlines

  • Do you know what “juuling” is?

    Your kids do. Ask them what they think.

    Find out more below about the science, the marketing, and the trends.

     

    ‘Juuling’: The most widespread phenomenon you’ve never heard of 11/16/17

    Teenagers Embrace JUUL 12/4/17

    How to Talk to Your Teen About Vaping 10/21/15

     

    Info on MCSD Code of Conduct

     

    MHS News & Headlines
  • Senior Citizens Dance to a Happy Tune at Prom

     

    About 200 seniors citizens were dressed to the nines and ready to party at the 16th annual Senior Citizen Prom, held at Mahopac High School on November 19. Hosted by the Student Athletic Council, the event bridged any gap between teens and local seniors in the community.

     

    “The prom went really well,” said Adam Fetzer, Student Athletic Council co-advisor. “The students of the athletic council had a great time getting an opportunity to interact with the seniors.”

     

    The students set up, cleaned up, danced and deejayed for the event, according to Fetzer.

     

    “We had a great response from all who attended. It’s very nice to be able to give back to the community, especially during the holiday season.”

     

    “This event is so important because it provides our high school students with the opportunity to demonstrate to our community their wonderful nature and leadership,” said Mahopac High School Principal Matthew Lawrence. “I am very proud of our students for their participation in this event!”

    MHS News & Headlines
  • Quarter 1 Honor Roll

    Approximately 600 HS students achieved High Honor Roll for Quarter 1 with an average of 89.5 or higher and approximately 400 students achieved Honor Roll with an average of 84.5 or higher.  Congratulations! 

    MHS News & Headlines
  • Are digital products (social media, video games, apps) addicting?

    We don’t yet know for sure and scientists continue their research to determine the answers. But we do know that there are effective tools, techniques and methods used by the industry to make their products feel essential. Check out this article by Common Sense Media for some tips and tricks for teens and parents to avoid digital overuse.

     

    MHS News & Headlines
  • High School Students Make Learning Fun at Austin Road

    American systems of government were never rendered more exciting than when Mahopac High School students visited Austin Road third graders recently, bringing lessons they designed themselves for the younger students to view on their Chromebook laptop computers.

    “I think it is a great idea to have our students serve as role models,” said Mahopac High School social studies teacher Michael Hunt, who in prior years has taught American History lessons to Austin Road students himself. “The Mahopac district commitment to technology really allows us to bring this all together.”

    Each high school student visitor prepared a lesson on Google Slides for the third graders, complete with photos, songs and vibrant content.

    “This really is a unique opportunity for our third graders to learn from the high school students,” said Austin Road Principal Jim Gardineer. “It is a very special event for us.”

    The high school students agreed. “I think this is a good way for kids to learn—especially with the songs and graphics,” said Mahopac High School junior Sam Colatruglio.

    Senior Jillian Sedran echoed that sentiment. “This is going to help the children be better prepared for the future and will help them get ready for high school.”

    The Austin Road students will continue to keep in touch with their high school visitors through the use of technology. “The third graders will send the high school students thank you notes through Google docs, so they will be like virtual pen pals,” said third grade teacher Marisa Horvath. They can also use Google Hangout to message each other about the lessons.

    The third grade teachers were impressed with the high schoolers’ teaching abilities. Said third grade teacher Kerri Bilyeu, “Some of the high school students teaching today used to be in our third grade class!”

    MHS News & Headlines
  • Signature Students for Quarter 1

    Congratulations to the following students on the attached list as our MHS Signature Students for Quarter 1. These students will be recognized for their success in a celebration in their honor!

    “Signature Students” is our Quarterly Student Recognition program.  Every academic quarter staff members nominate students within a defined criteria based on: Academics, Leadership, Participation/Teamwork, Inspiration, Self-motivation, Impact, Ability to Overcome Obstacles and Challenges, and Citizenship.  Nominated students are invited to a recognition ceremony, receive a “Signature Student” Certificate, and a “Signature Student” car magnet to celebrate their success.  We are sure many of you have seen these “Signature Student” car magnets proudly displayed on cars around our community!

     

     

    MHS News & Headlines

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