NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
THE CNMI PSS' current website content and functionality is not accessible to people with disabilities including but not limited to those who are blind, have low-vision, those with disabilities affecting fine motor control, or by those who are deaf. As such, these barriers deny persons with disabilities access to programs, services, and activities, offered on the website and may impede CNMI PSS' communications with persons with disabilities.
Anyone facing a barrier to access to the CNMI PSS' website content and functionality can contact Associate Commissioner Glenn Muna at (670) 783-8683 or email@example.com or his office at (670) 664-3820 and the requested functionality and or content will be made accessible and or available to you within 24 hours of your request.
If you would like to file a formal grievance against the CNMI PSS pursuant to the requirements of Section 504 and Title II, you may submit such grievance to the Legal Counsel Office Attorneys: Adam Hardwicke (670) 783-8966 firstname.lastname@example.org or
Tiberius Mocanu (670) 287-8427 email@example.com.
**SENIOR PORTRAITS: LAST DAY TO TAKE YOUR
PICTURE IS: FEB. 23, 2018!!
LAST DAY TO ORDER SENIOR PORTRAITS: FRIDAY,
MARCH 9, 2018 at D-103
Catholic University's Summer Business Institute
The Busch School Summer Business Institute is an exciting week-long educational experience in business innovation, entrepreneurship, leadership, and ethics through the lens of Catholic Social Doctrine. Rising juniors and seniors in high school will have the opportunity to dive hands-on into business principles, competitions, and applications, while experiencing a taste of college life in Washington, DC. The cost of the program is ONLY $300- all meals, housing, and excursions included (there is also a $50 application fee).
The week will feature presentations and workshops put on by the top men and women in their fields, allowing students to engage with real-world business practitioners and entrepreneurs. Throughout the week, students will create their own business idea and present to CUA “Shark Tank” judges.
We would love to see students from Marianas High School at our Institute this summer. Applications for the program are NOW LIVE and can be found on our website, CatholicSBI.org.
Click here to view our video for the program! Attached is a flyer with more information that can be sent electronically to your students or handed out in person. Please direct interested students to our website and email firstname.lastname@example.org if they would like more information. I am happy to answer any questions they may have. We also accept nominations if you or your colleagues at Marianas High School have recommendations of top students for the program.
MHS GLEE CONCERT
THE MHS GLEE CLUB RHYTHM 'N HARMONY PRESENTS
A MUSICAL REVIEW
FEB 23 AT 7PM AND FEB 25 AT 3PM AND 7PM
AT THE DOLPHIN THEATRE
TICKETS - $5 STUDENT / $8 ADULT
Service Learning Hours Opportunity
Volunteer as a timer for the Saipan Swim Club in their following swim meets.
Kan Pacific Pool, Marpi
March 23rd 10am-5pm
Kan Pacific Pool, Marpi
March 24th 7am-4pm
Kan Pacific Pool, Marpi
Volunteers must provide their own transportation. Service learning hours will be given.
Please see Mr. Winkfield to sign up in D-203.
CAPS & GOWNS ORDERS ARE AVAILABLE NOW. PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH MS.
LAST DAY TO MAKE A DEPOSIT IS END OF FEBRUARY
MINIMUM DEPOSIT FOR THE SET IS: $20.00
DEADLINE TO MAKE FULL PAYMENT IS MARCH 16, 2018.
PRICE IS AS FOLLOW:
CAP & GOWN SET: $40.00
2019 MHS Japan Cultural Exchange & Ski Program
Applications are available in Room D-104. Deadline to submit forms is Wednesday,
February 21, 2018 at Room D-104.
Toyota Dream Car Art Contest
Art Contest, Toyota My Dream Car Contest open to all students ages 1-15. Deadline
Feb. 28, 2018.
CLICK HERE FOR SCHEDULE
2/20 - Tuesday
● Game 1: Kiss My Ace vs Bruv
● Game 2: V-Gods vs Poop
2/21 - Wednesday
● Game 3: Micronesian Gals vs Spikers
● Game 4: Spikers vs V-Gods
2/22 - Thursday
● Game 5: Poop vs Kiss My Ace
● Game 6: Bruv vs No Namez
2/23 - Friday
● Game 7: V-Gods vs Poop
● Game 8: Micronesian Gals vs Bruv
The sport of Rocball which has been developing in the country of India over the last 5 or 6
years has improved its status among sports there. Rocball has been accepted in the
Haryana Olympic Association under the development of the Rocball Amateur Federation
of India. CLICK HERE!
The Friends of the Arts invites you to enjoy the Magical Music of Roman Rudnytsky
The Friends of the Arts welcomes the renowned classical pianist, Mr. Roman Rudnytsky, back to Saipan for another visit.
Roman Rudnytsky is an internationally active concert pianist of Ukrainian background whose frequent performances take him all over the world - to every continent and places in-between. In addition to performances in capital cities and important musical centers, he often plays in places away from the musical mainstream, bringing the world and pleasure of classical music to audiences which seldom experience this type of music in live performance. He has received much acclaim in the world's press and many repeat invitations.
A graduate of the famous Julliard School in New York, he also did additional studies at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, Maryland and at master classes in Austria (the "Mozarteum") and Italy.
Since 1972, Mr. Rudnytsky has been a member of the piano faculty of the Dana School of Music at Youngstown State University in Youngstown, Ohio (U.S.A.). He is a recipient of that institution's "Distinguished Professor Award" in recognition of his concert activities. He previously served on the piano faculties of the Indiana University School of Music (Bloomington, Indiana) and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory, in addition to being "Artist-in-Residence" at two Australian universities.
During his two week visit to Saipan, he will traveled to many of the CNMI schools, playing and discussing music with the students. This is Mr. Rudnytsky's nineth trip to the CNMI. Mr. Rudnytsky travels at his own expense and donates his time to the Community. The Friends of the Arts, with the help of sponsors from the Community, have hosted Mr. Rudnytsky's stay.
Open Auditions for the Friends of the Arts Production of Into the Woods
The Friends of the Art's last play of the season is coming up! The James Lapine & Stephen Sondheim Broadway musical, Into the Woods, will be performed on April 26, 27 and 28. All actors or aspiring actors in the Community are invited to audition for a role. Here is your chance to be on the stage as part of this production. The award-winning Broadway musical, Into the Woods will be directed by Harold Easton, assisted by Marilou Conner, with Katie Hoyt as the musical director for this Friends of the Arts production.
Into the Woods debuted in San Diego at the Old Globe Theatre in 1986 and premiered on Broadway on November 5, 1987, where it won several Tony Awards. The musical plot stems from several Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault fairy tales, with characters taken from "Little Red Riding Hood", "Jack and the Beanstalk", "Rapunzel", and "Cinderella." The story follows a childless baker and his wife in their quest to begin a family by finding a red cape, a white cow, corn-yellow hair and a magic slipper to get a wicked witch to remove a curse she has placed on them.
Auditions will take place January 19 from 6-8 pm, January 20 and 21 from 3-5 pm, at the Dolphin Theater, Building T, at Marianas High School. The play has 5 male parts, ages 18- 65+, and 10 female parts, ages 15-65+ -- roles for all. Come to the auditions and try out. This is a musical, so be prepared to both sing and read as part of the audition.
If you have never been in a Friends of the Art's play -- that's great -- come in and make this your first. Previous FOA cast members are also invited.
Interested individuals of all ages are encouraged to come and audition. You may also contact Frank Gibson at email@example.com or Harold Easton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BETEL NUT LAW- No.19-65, SS1- To prohibit the sale, offer, or giving of areca nut (Betel Nut) to any person who is under the age of 18 (Minors); and for other purposes. Those who are in possession will face discipline action and referred to the Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement Department.
February 28- Seisa Welcome Ceremony
March 1- MHS Cultural Heritage Day
March 2 & 16- Half Day
March 19- First Day of 4th Quarter
March 23- Covenant Day (No School)
March 26- April 2- Student/ Teacher Spring Break
April 13 & 17- Half Day
May 11- Half Day
May 28- Memorial Day (No School)
May 30- MHS GRADUATION
June 5- LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
STUDENT OUTCOMES FOR THE YEAR!
By the end of SY17-18, all MHS students will increase their Lexile reading growth by 50L or more as measured by Achieve 3000!! We can do this Mighty Dolphins!!!
CHECK YOUR TEACHERS FOR MORE DETAILS.
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NO ZONE AREAS!