Wednesday, January 4, 2017
MHS ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR 3/30/2017
ATTENTION STUDENTS: AP EXAM REGISTRATION
On-line registration is now open for students wishing to take AP EXAMS this Spring. Please go to the Montclair High School website under the Guidance tab and click on AP Exam Information 2017. Follow the instructions to register for your exams. Important: Registration deadline is April 2nd!
The Thornton Sister Scholarship for Females of Color with a C+ GPA or better is now available on the Website. Deadline to apply is May 7th.
Attention Seniors: 2 New Scholarship Opportunities
Aangels Breast Cancer Awareness Scholarship for children whose parents are either survivors of breast cancer or have lost their battle with breast cancer; Or for students who have raised an awareness for breast cancer. Deadline for applying is April 21, 2017
The Northern New Jersey Chapter of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) is awarding scholarships to graduating High School Seniors. To be eligible for a NOBLE Northern New Jersey Chapter Scholarship, you must be a New Jersey student in your senior year of high school that will graduate in June 2017 and plan to attend college in the fall. Deadline for applying is May 5, 2017
Applications are available on the guidance website under Scholarships or in the Guidance Center.
WHO: The Omicron Xi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is pleased to invite college bound young men and women to apply for one of our 2017 Scholarships.
WHEN: Postmarked no later than April 12th, 2017
CONTACT: Loistene Clark at (973) 677 – 2680 for any questions.
Applications are available on the Guidance website or by download at www.omicronxiomega.org/scholarship
MHS SPIRIT WEAR NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
MHS spirit wear now available for the whole family. 5 t-shirt styles and other merchandise available. Shop online at www.montclairspiritwear.com. All proceeds go to Project Graduation.
Hey Montclair High. The MFEE Amazing FUNDRACER is back on Sunday May 21 from 1pm – 4pm.
We already have several Montclair High teachers who will be flexing their brains and their brawn to raise funds for our public schools - including Mr. Earle!
Seniors: you, too, are invited to race! Sign up at mfee.org or stop by the MFEE office on the first floor to register.
All other students, you can catch a front-row seat to the action by joining the RACE CREW of volunteers. Stop by the MFEE office and sign up.
We need challenge station captains, race day volunteers and videographers/photographers/social media volunteers. It will be amazing.
WHO: All students interested in joining CSJ (The Center for Social Justice).
WHAT: Please turn in your CSJ Form of Interest to the CSJ Office (Room 318).
WHERE: CSJ Office Room 318
ADVISOR: Mr. Freeman.
WHO: All students
WHAT: Afterschool Central Detentions
WHEN: Students assigned Afterschool Central Detentions by 2:40 PM.
WHERE: Library – Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
WHO: MHS Students
WHAT: Past Yearbooks are available for purchase - we have a limited supply of books from 2014, 2015 & 2016 for $40.00 each. Seniors, complete your set and get all four of your high school years! 2017 book is $90, reserve now!
WHERE: Room 601
WHEN: Stop by anytime to see Ms. Petrigliano to purchase.
ADVISOR: Ms. Petrigliano
WHO All Students
WHAT: 2017 MHS Yearbook
WHEN: Order your yearbook now! The price is $90. Prices will go up so reserve your copy now! Don't be disappointed!
WHERE: www.jostens.com or see Ms. Petrigliano in Room 601
WHO: Current National Honor Society Members
WHAT: Two tutoring opportunities are now posted on the NHS Google Classroom.
WHERE: Go to the NHS Google Classroom site for more information.
WHEN: Opportunities are on a first come first serve basis, so check it out ASAP.
ADVISORS: See Ms. Buel in Rm. 207 or Ms. Zepeda in Room 219 with any questions.
WHO: MHS Seniors
WHAT: College Decisions
Seniors: Please let your guidance counselors or Ms. Iovine in the Guidance Center know your college decisions, especially if you have committed to your school.
WHAT: Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Meets today. This is an Awareness Club that supports healthy and productive actions for all. Come learn more about our campaign to keep our fellow teens safe, earn community service hours, meet new friends, do some fun activities. Refreshments provided. Have questions?. See Mr. Witter, Student Assistant Counselor on 3rd Floor Team 3.
WHERE: Room 105 on the first floor of main building
WHEN: Thursday, March 30th at 2:45 to 3:30 PM
ADVISORS: Detective Nelson- Edwards and Mr. Witter (SAC)
WHAT: Class of 2017: Pick up the Prom Payment Plan Contract if you would like to pay for your prom tickets in installments!
WHEN: Now until April 5
WHERE: Main Office in Main Building
ADVISOR: Ms. Dorian
WHAT: Class of 2017 Prom Payment Plan Contract and First Payment Drop Off
WHEN: April 3-5 from 2:45-3:15
WHERE: Room 101
WHO: Attention Freshmen in Peer Leadership
WHAT: We will be meeting
WHEN: This Thursday during 6th period
WHERE: in the auditorium. Please be prompt, as the period will be shortened and use the crosswalks when crossing the street.
ADVISORS: Mr. Settembrino or Coach Brown
WHAT: Poetry Slam! Montclair Middle School students will perform along with poets Vincent Toro and Roger Sederat. Winners of the Montclair Literary Festival/Succeed Together short story contest will be announced at this event.
WHEN: Friday, March 31st at 7:00 PM
WHERE: Little Theater (annex)
ADVISOR: Ms. Westervelt
WHO: All students interested in throwing a pie in some of your teacher's faces for a great cause
WHAT: MHS Mini-Thon will be holding a pie throwing fundraiser. Pay $1 per pie and the proceeds go towards defeating childhood cancer
WHERE: In front of the main building
WHEN: Friday, March 31, 2017 immediately after school
ADVISOR: Ms. Robertson and Coach Wallace for more information
WHO: Freshmen students interested in joining CGI next year
WHAT: your Statement of interest forms are due
WHEN: no later than Thursday, April 13
WHERE: you can turn them in to the Main Office of the Freshmen Building. Forms are available through Guidance or the CGI Office room 309 of the main building.
ADVISOR: Mr. Manos
WHO: The Natural Hair Project
WHEN: Every Monday after school
WHERE: Room 206
ADVISOR: Ms. Robertson
WHAT: Playing Cards Club
WHEN: Every second and fourth Monday of each month
WHERE: In the cafeteria
ADVISOR: Ms. La Rose
WHO: Gay Straight Alliance Club
WHAT: Meeting to discuss issues and events
WHEN: Every Tuesday after school
WHERE: Room 320
ADVISOR: Ms. Heyman
WHO: The Smash Club
WHAT: The Smash Club meets on Tuesdays after school
WHERE: Room 114
WHEN: Every Tuesday after school
ADVISOR: Mr. Feinstein
WHO: Sister to Sister
WHEN: Every Tuesday and Thursday evenings
WHERE: Room 500A
ADVISOR: Ms. Katz
WHO: Culinary Club
WHEN: Wednesday after school room 12
ADVISOR: Ms. Wright
WHO: Art Club
WHAT: Expand on your love for Art, join Art Club and National Art Honor Society Wednesdays after school.
WHERE: Room 16, 2:45- 3:45
WHEN: Every Wednesday
ADVISOR: Ms. Yanette
WHO: For all students interested in film making
WHAT: The MHS Film Club will be meeting
WHEN: every Wednesday, from Sept 28, 2016 through June 14, 2017
WHERE: In Room 313, right after school
ADVISOR: Ms. Rembert
WHO: The MHS Creative Writing Club
WHAT: meets to write and eat cookies
WHEN: Thursdays, after school
WHERE: in room 314.
ADVISOR: Ms. Baney
WHO: All Students and Staff
WHAT: MHS Knitting Club
WHERE: Room 220
WHEN: Every Thursday After School
ADVISOR: Ms. Wasko
WHO: MHS Chess Plus!
WHAT: Chess, bridge, and other board games
WHEN: Every Thursday, After school
WHERE: Room 103
ADVISOR: Mr. Rubin
WHAT: MEETING - ALL ATHLETES ARE WELCOME
WHERE: Field House
WHEN: Every other Thursday at 6:30 PM
ADVISOR: Coach Bittner
WHO: Salsa Dancing Club
WHEN: Every Thursday
WHERE: Room 215
ADVISOR: Señora González-Block
WHO: Phoenix Art and Literary Magazine
WHAT: Is having a meeting. All are welcome.
WHEN: Thursday after school in room 208.
ADVISOR: Mr. Woodruff