8/16 - Summer Reading, Schedule Distribution & Orientation Update Read more...

7/28 - Summary of New MHS Phone Extensions
MHS Summary Contact Info 7-28-2014.pdf
7/24 - Transfer Credit Request Form
Transfer Credit Request Form.pdf
7/17 - Counselor Change Request From
Change of Counselor-House Request Form.pdf
7/14 - Graducation Program 2014 - Congratulations

7/10 - An Open Letter to the Mahopac Community – Mahopac High School Graduation 2014


7/3 - Freshman Orientation Letter 2014

7/2 - Final Grades, Picture Schedule, & Summer Reading Letter Read more...

7/1 - House Restructure Letter

Our hearts are with those who have experienced loss in our community...
Loss of Loved Ones - Grief and Teens 2-2014.pdf

November 2014


November 21, 2014
Today is an A day  

 Sportsmanship quote of the week:  Never give up, never give in and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the ability to handle the win with the dignity that we absorbed the loss.     Doug Williams

Tryouts for anyone interested in cheerleading for the basketball season will be today at 3-5pm at the middle school.  You must have signed permission slip and physical form into the school nurse.

Do you need community service hours?  Come help out with the Senior Citizen Promn Sunday, November 23rd at 8am.  Please bring a dessert on Sunday.

Freshman Basketball tryouts begin Monday from 3:00 to 5:00 at the Falls School.  See Mr. Melville in room 115 if you have any questions.

PAC Premiere will be showing “”The Aristocats” todayt at 3:00 in the Mini Theater.  Please bring your own snacks if you want them.

The Eastern Asian Culture Club will be meeting today after school in room 48.  Everyone is welcome.

School pictures for grades 9, 10, 11 can be picked up in your house.

A high school student tutor for math is needed to work with a 6th grade boy once a week after school in the Middle School Library. Please see Mrs. Felder at the Middle School Guidance office after school or email Mrs. Felder at feldero@mahopac.k12.ny.us

Come out tonight at 7:00 to support the Mahopac Dance Company in the Dancing for a Wish Benefit supporting the Make a Wish Foundation.

Project Read, the Mahopac High School Book Club, is having a meeting in the library on Monday, November 24 from 2 to 3 pm.  We will be reading “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime and they may see it on Broadway too.  Come join us for snacks, discussions and a great time.  See Mrs. Hennessy in the library media center for more information.

Be a Quitter.  The only good thing to quit in life is “smoking.”  This Thursday is the “great American smokeout.”  Stop Smoking.  Start Repairing.”  Quit for Life.  Here’s a fact:  cigarette smoking kills more than 480,000 Americans each year, with more than 41,000 of these deaths from secondhand smoke. Anyone interested in more information on “quitting” see Mrs. Diasparra.

The next 5 hour pre-licensing class will be on December 16th.  In order to register you must fill out the registration form and pay $30.00 cash.  Putting your name on the list does not mean that you are registered.

Life Touch Photographers will be in the auditorium on Monday all day for underclassmen and faculty pictures.  This is your last chance to have your school photo taken for yearbook.

Mr. Gillespie’s Driver Ed students for winter session, please report to room 209 at 2:00 to pick up your driving schedules.


The Genesis Project
Thanks to Mr.Connick, Mahopac High School has received a very generous grant from New York State to start an amazing project known as the Genesis Project. The Genesis Project is dedicated to conserving and researching SEAC creek, a creek located in front of the school. Click here for more information!

NYU Students and Disabled Individuals visit Mahopac Genesis Project
Mahopac High School students got an education outside the classroom last week in an effort to know more about water quality testing procedures. On April 22, a group of MHS students gathered outside the high school to test the quality of the water in the stream that runs alongside the school. Working with Michael Hellmann, a specialist who promotes the American with Disabilities Act, the students performed the procedures from a handicapped-accessible station that overlooks the stream. Hellman has been in a wheelchair for 30 years after suffering a stroke at the age of 23. “I hope to see more people enjoy this wonderful facility,” Hellman said. “I love the inclusivity here. It’s what makes this a good project and has potential to include people with disabilities.” Students also planted trees around the stream to protect the body of water from erosion.
Later that week, on April 25 at the Croton Reservoir, MHS students took what they learned earlier in the week and taught the water quality testing procedures to Environmental Studies majors at NYU. “The MHS students are really on top of these experiments,” NYU senior Mailinda Moore said. “I think it’s really cool that they have this kind of experience at such a young age.” To see the students' data, go to globe.gov.
Source: Mahopac News

Free Flu Clinic at
the High School
November 24 2014

You must submit a Consent Form
by November 17, 2014

Flu Information 2014.pdf
Clear Choices Letter 2014-2015
Clear Choices Letter 2014-2015.pdf

Help Support Mahopac High School! Purchase  your Restaurant.com gift certificates to local restaurants, magazine subscriptions and more by clicking on the picture below!

Beginning Monday, September 23rd, between the hours of 8:00am and 3:00pm, all MHS visitors will have to be “buzzed in” to enter the building.  This change will further enhance our building security and bring us into alignment with the other schools in the district.  Please see below for directions. The “Doorbell” is located on the front side of the handicap station inside the first set of doors.  The large handicap button will not open the door until the inside monitor releases the lock.  See diagram.

Prospective Student Teachers / Interns:
 Download this form

MMS - MHS Student Teacher Request Form.pdf

MHS Fitness Clubs
Mahopac high school will be offering after school (2:00-3:00) fitness clubs.  All high school students will be eligible to sign up. 

Putnam Partnership for Special Needs is presenting "Bully", a 2011 documentary film about bullying in U.S. schools.  The film follows the lives of five students who face bullying on a daily basis.  Discussion follows.  RSVP required.  See Bully Film and Discussion.pdf attached.

Upcoming Events

Sunday, November 23
HS: Sr. Citizen Prom
12:00 PM
Monday, November 24
HS: Underclassmen Picture Retake/Make-up
HS: Flu Clinic
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Pre-Registration Required
Special Board Meeting*
7:30 PM
District Office
*It is anticipated that the Board will immediately adjourn to Executive Session to discuss the employment history of particular employees.
Wednesday, November 26
Curriculum Committee Meeting (Open to Public)
6:30 PM
District Office