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Monday, November 13, 2017

Early College Initiative

MST and Manchester Community College have teamed up again this year to offer REAL college courses to our high school students! Students at MST are able to register for online or on-campus courses at MCC for half the cost that a college student would pay. This is a great opportunity for students who have early release or late arrival! As a bonus - courses that are in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics are eligible for a scholarship. Students who earn a C or better in the course will get the entire tuition payment reimbursed!

Registration for the Spring semester begins on Monday, November 27. Please see guidance for more details.

MCC's Spring 2018 Course Schedule

Friday, October 20, 2017

Socks Donations

Starting October 23, the Interact Club will be collecting socks for people in need of them. We would appreciate if you all could help us with our mission by donating socks. We will be collecting the socks from October 23 to November 16. Please only donate new socks. Please bring all of the socks to Mr. Bowe and Ms. Corey in P4.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Brazil Visit

On Thursday, October 5, 9 education dignitaries from Brazil came to MST to learn more about our innovative education model after reading about us in the Christian Science Monitor. They toured both our competency-based academic classrooms and our CTE programs. Check out the PHOTOS!

Monday, October 2, 2017

Parent Pick-Up/Drop-Off

Please read this document regarding pick-up and drop-off at MST.

PSATs

This year, 10th grade students have the opportunity to take the PSAT exam for free! We will be administering the exam on Wednesday, October 11.

Juniors who are interested in taking the exam may do so on the same day for a $25 fee. Please see guidance if you are interested in that.

You can learn more about the test and prepare for it at the College Board website.

Para obtener más información, haga clic aquí.

Please see the following letter from Dr. Vargas for more information.

Please see the Manchester School district Opt Out policy.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

SENIOR PORTRAITS!

SENIOR PORTRAITS!

Senior Portraits are due to Mrs. Brayall by the end of October. If you would like to book with us, please sign up at http://tinyurl.com/mstseniors. Time slots are available most days after school. If these times do not work, please contact Mrs. Brayall to set up a different time. We can do mornings, during school, or weekends if necessary.

If you are using an outside photographer, please make sure that they submit the photos to Mrs. Brayall before the end of October to ensure they will be included in the yearbook.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Welcome from Dr. Vargas

Dear Manchester schools community:

We are looking forward to opening Manchester schools for the 2017-2018 academic year and eager to greet each student on September 5.  Whether you will be dropping your child off at school for the first day of kindergarten or you are the parent of a teenager about to start senior year in high school, the new year is always filled with excitement and optimism. 

I am proud to begin my second year as superintendent of the state’s largest and most diverse school district, where our children represent dozens of cultures, traditions, languages, and learning styles. I remain committed to supporting the team of professionals who work every day to challenge their students academically and do the very best for each child. Together, we will continue district wide efforts to improve ways we can increase student learning and achievement.

It takes all of us to help every student reach his or her potential, and we invite you to participate in your child's learning experiences. Forging a strong relationship between the school and home is beneficial to student performance and academic growth. Support from our parents, volunteers, and community partners makes our schools even better.  Here are three things I am asking each parent or guardian to do to support your student’s success in school: make sure he/she attends school each and every day; reinforce the importance of good behavior at home, in school and within the community; get a library card for each of your children and encourage them to read a minimum of 30 minutes every evening and on weekends independent of homework assignments. One of the best ways to achieve this last request is to create a culture of reading within your home.

Parents and guardians are encouraged to learn more about our schools by visiting the district website, www.mansd.org, and your child’s school website. We appreciate a strong relationship with district families and we encourage parents and guardians to get to know their principals, teachers and other district staff to support the success of each student. We recognize that we have the ultimate responsibility for educating our students but we cannot do it alone.
Please accept my best wishes to all students, parents and school district employees for a successful school year filled with many excellent opportunities.  


Sincerely,
  
Bolgen Vargas, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools

Friday, August 25, 2017

Health Insurance

All CTE students are required to have medical insurance. If your student is not currently covered by a medical insurance plan, please visit Commercial Travelers Mutual Insurance Company, serviced by Lefebvre Insurance Agency, at www.commercialtravelers.com to sign up for the school insurance.

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