Special BOE Meeting, 6/25, 7pm
Please be advised there is a Special Meeting of the Board of Education on Tuesday, June 25, 7pm at the Falls Building in Room 20.
June 19, 2019
Dear Class of 2019 and Parents:
We are moving forward with the Commencement tonight. Student must be in the gym by 6:00 PM. There is a possibility that we start the ceremony a bit early, 6:45 PM, to get ahead of the predicted rain. Please be in your seats by 6:45.
Caveat: Please understand that tonight's ceremony is 100% outdoors and cannot be moved indoors. If, at any point tonight, the weather changes and conditions become dangerous - the District may decide to halt and move to our rain date. This is highly unlikely, but the District feels it is important for you to be aware of all scenarios.
Only if absolutely necessary :
Rain Date: Thursday, June 20 @ 7:00 - RAIN OR SHINE
Matthew Lawrence, Ed.D.
Principal - Mahopac High School
(845) 628-3256 Ext. 11510
Follow me on Twitter: Dr. Matt Lawrence@PacHS_Principal
Please click on this link for the June 2019 Regents Exam Schedule. Please note that this is an interactive page. You may click on exam titles for information on testing locations, etc. Students should arrive to their exam location 20 minutes prior to the start of the exam.
Please click on this link for our Bus Transportation Schedule June 18th-25th
Students are expected to take the regular morning bus to school for their examinations, unless they have arranged their own transportation to school.
May is Mental Health Month! This year’s theme is Fitness #4Mind4Body, meaning that mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and well-being, and we must take care of our minds just as much as we take care of our bodies.
Finding the balance between work and play, the ups and downs of life, physical health and mental health can help to prevent the onset or worsening of mental health conditions, as well as chronic physical conditions.
Living a healthy lifestyle may not be easy but can be achieved by gradually making small changes and building on those successes. #4Mind4Body has some daily tips to try this May.
Inspire others to raise awareness and #CureStigma.
Be sure to visit MHS' Art Show while you vote!
Bowling season maybe over but we're still over the moon about our junior student-athlete Jess Kasper and coach James Carroll.
Kasper finished 10th at the Section 1 tournament (1,145 series) and qualified for states through her average.
Coach Carroll was named Lohud Sports coach of the year. He led the team as the top Westchester/Putnam finisher at the Section 1 tournament, placing sixth overall. Mahopac had three bowlers average at least 156 this season, and all three placed in the top 30 at sectional.
We are pleased to announce MHS seniors who rank in the top ten percent of their senior class.