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    Homework Club will in the Montgomery Library on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:15-4:15, beginning September 25th. Homework Club provides an opportunity to do homework in a quiet setting, to have access to teachers who can assist them, and to utilize the library’s computer stations. Please talk to your child about this opportunity.

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    SUMMER SCHOOL

    SUMMER SCHOOL!!!!  Students attached please find the list of MHS students that are enrolled in summer school.  Please look for your student ID and verify the class information.  You will also find the room number you will need to attend during the summer school session you are assigned to. 

    • 1st session June 10-27 - Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
    • 2nd Session July 8-25 - Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

    If you are not enrolled for summer school please plan to attend June 11 and/or July 9 to check availability.

    MHS-STUDENT SUMMER SCHOOL LIST

    To Register for School Year 2019 -2020

    Please enroll on line at srcschools.org/register

    If further assistance is needed please contact

    Sandra Dile 707-890-3830 Ext: 50112

    Pauline Serna 707-890-3830 Ext: 50138

    Registration Deadline May 30, 2019

     

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    WASC Parent Survey

    The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) is recognized as one of six regional associations that accredit public and private schools, colleges, and universities in the United States. The commission validates the curricular, instructional, and support programs for California schools.

    This survey will allow Montgomery’s stakeholders to update their current vision and mission, review practices currently in place, and provide opportunities for improvement. We welcome your constructive feedback. Every member of our school community plays an integral part in evaluating and participating in our self-study report. Please participate in our study by completing the anonymous survey. To fill it out, visit: WASC 2018-2019 Parent Survey

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    Montgomery High uses a cell phone app called “STOPit” for students and parents to report information anonymously. The app allows students to report incidents such as bullying, hazing or other concerns, anonymously, to school administrators. By texting with the app, students are instantly connected to staff who can resolve issues. School administrators will still investigate the reports, just as they do for any current concerns. The anonymity and texting capability have been used successfully in many schools. Watch this STOPit video to learn more

    Use this access code to activate the STOPit app: MHVIKINGFAMILY

    Project Graduation is a non-profit organization that provides an all-night party for the senior class of Montgomery High with the goal of keeping graduates safe and off the roads on graduation night. It is a drug-free and alcohol-free event and gives graduates one last chance to socialize together as a class.  Since Project Grad's inception in 1988, there have been NO fatalities on Grad Night in Sonoma County!

     

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    SRCS Mobile App

     Please download it from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. The name of the app is: SRCSchools (go to settings and selected Montgomery High School) 

    Parents, students, staff, and community members can download the Santa Rosa City Schools' mobile app to receive emergency notifications, news, calendar events, and more. : Link : SRCSSchools

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