High School News

Thank you for visiting the High School Home and School News page! Moorestown_High_Quakers
Please click on the item that you wish to view:
High School Chair’s Welcome Letter 2018-2019
High School Slate 2018-2019
High School Meeting Dates and Minutes 2018-2019
 
Useful Links and Presentations
Kaplan Test Prep Presentation  – SAT vs. ACT
MHS Guidance Department – Trending Teen Topics (includes presentation on Vaping)
RCBC CAP Program
Community Service PowerPoint_2018-19
Example of Daily Bulletin with Clubs Listed
Turning the Tide__ Harvard Article
 

 

HIGH SCHOOL HOME AND SCHOOL NEWSupdated December 11, 2018 

Upcoming Events from MTPS.  View full MTPS Calendar here

 

MHS ANNUAL HOLIDAY COOKIE EXCHANGE DONATIONS NEEDED
On Friday, December 14th, Home and School will be having our annual Cookie Exchange for the teachers and staff. Please see the sign up genius for opportunities to donate cookies and assemble these gifts!

 

MHS HOME & SCHOOL MEETING, DECEMBER 12, 9;30 AM

Join us for the next Home & School Meeting.  Topics include:  Meet your principal!  Come meet grade level principals Mr. Williams and Mr. McGough and learn about their roles; we will also be sharing a preview of possible vaping education posters for students for your feedback.

 

H&S  MEETING  MINUTES POSTED

October 2018 Meeting Minutes

November 2018 Meeting Minutes

 

The official minutes from the Home & School Meeting held on Sept 12th are now posted on the Home & School website.   www.moorestownhomeandschool.com

 

PARENTS – WANT TO STAY CONNECTED WITH YOUR CHILD’S CLASS HAPPENINGS? 

Join the Facebook page set up specifically for your class by our H&S Grade Level Parents:

MHS Class of 2019 Parents

Moorestown High School Class of 2020 Parents

MHS Class of 2021 Parents

Moorestown Class of 2022 Parents


IMPORTANT SPIRIT WEEK INFORMATION
This year during spirit week, one of the charities MHS will be supporting has been selected by the Eldred family in honor of their child who is member of the class of 2019. Funds raised will be collected for The Cancer Center at CHOP. The community can help support this cause by participating in the “Penny Wars” during the student lunches as well as donations sent to the school. Donations can be made out to MTPS. Envelopes can be addressed to Erin Todd or Paul Sinatra at the HS.  Please put CHOP on either the envelope, or in the memo line on the Check.  Questions can also be forwarded to Erin Todd or Paul Sinatra as well. Thank you for your continued support of our school, students, and community members.