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 glenn.muna@cnmipss.org 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    adam.hardwicke@cnmipss.org or

Tiberius Mocanu (670) 287-8427 tiberius.mocanu@cnmipss.org.





HEADLINES


Ukulele Club!

If you are interested in joining the Hui Ukulele Club, come to an introductory

meeting in Ms.Winkfield's classroom, A202, on Friday, January 19, at 11:55 am.

There are twenty-two slots available. You must have your own ukulele. All other

information will be given at the meeting. See you Friday, the 19th!


Statewide Parent Summit Invitation

Summit will be on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at the Taga Hall Ballroom 8:00am to

3:00pm. Please encourage your parents to participate. Please email

cherlyn.cabrera@cnmipss.org or melanie.sablan@cnmipss.org to sign-up.



Announcing TUJ's 2018 High School Summer Program in Tokyo

Happy New Year and greetings from Tokyo and Temple University, Japan Campus (TUJ).

Thank you very much for your continued support.


I would like to share with you information about our 2018 High School Summer Program

(Aug. 1-9) in Japan in case any of your students may be interested.


TUJ invites high school students to a summer of language and cultural experiences in

dynamic Tokyo. The 8-night program includes a unique mix of Japanese language classes

and one of four exciting electives (Business, Art, Film or Intl. Affairs). With field-trips in

Tokyo, an overnight excursion to Nikko, and a trip to DisneySea, this will be their Tokyo

story to remember.


More information and application procedures can be found here.


PROJECT PROA TUTORING

Project Proa Tutoring Services available for all students for math or English.

Tutoring will resume on January 22, 2018, from 330-430 in the counseling office.


Cooperative Education Recruitment

See Ms. Cubangbang for more info and sign-up with your counselor. You get to lear and

earn cash at the same time! Easy money!!


Health Online

Health Class is now being offered online!


In Online Health we will take a comprehensive look at:

     How to maintain our fitness and nutrition

     Drugs as medicines and illegal drugs

     How to maintain reproductive health and sexual education

     Mental health issues


Please see your counselor to register for online health.  Registration is ongoing until

January 12, 2018.



Online Digital Photography Course

Need an elective class?? Sign-up for a fun course and learn about photography at your

own pace!


Please see your counselor to register. Registration is ongoing until January 12, 2018.



Rocball practice games Week of 1/8 - 8/12


Tuesday: Fam Bam   vs.   NGU

Wednsday: Watch & Learn   vs. Sai Ki Yo

Thursday: KMA   vs   Sam Do So

Friday: Fam Bam   vs.   Recognize


This wee's schedule is posted in the hallway between Bldgs A and B. The official

Rocball season of games begins the week of 1/15 - 1/19.


Class of 2021 T-Shirt Pick Up at A-201

Attention Freshman Homeroom Teachers or Freshmen Teachers,


Please kindly announce to your freshmen students that if they ordered and paid for a class

shirt, it is ready for pick up starting Tuesday, 1/09/2017. Pick up will be during lunch from

11:30-12:00 PM only. The officers will assist with the distribution. Please refrain from

sending students during class.


For staff who bought a shirt, thank you so much for your support. I placed your shirts in

your boxes or the officers delivered them to you during lunch today.




SPORTS:



ROCBALL NEWS!



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!




COMPETITIONS:



NSDA

NJSDA

ITS

MATH COURT

PGFC

CCLHS

COMPETITION COMPETITION SCHEDULE


COMMUNITY EVENTS:




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.


Upcoming Events


HAPPY NEW YEAR DOLPHINS AND WELCOME BACK!!

January 8- 3rd Quarter (2nd Semester) Begins

January 12- Half-Day

January 15- Martin Luther King Jr. Day (No School)

January 19- 2nd Quarter Report Card (Dist. in Homeroom)

January 26- Half-Day

February 9- Half Day

February 19- President's Day (No School)

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

Click Here for Club Meeting Days!






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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