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Yearbook Cover Design Contest

Yearbook Cover Design Contest

The search has started for the best cover of the 2020/2021 MJHS yearbook cover. The contest is open to all MJHS 7th & 8th grade students, and the winner of this year’s...

Tutoring

Tutoring

Tutoring is available from MJHS teachers for all MJHS students on most Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 3:05 - 4:05 p.m. in Room 50 of MJHS. Parents are responsible...

Daily Announcements

Daily Announcements

Keep up-to-date on MJHS news by reading the student daily announcements. Click on the "Menu" tab and then on the "Announcements" tab.

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Kent Boxey

Kent Boxey

8 days ago

Chromebook pick-up for MJHS students continues on Tuesday, November 24th from 10am - Noon and 4 - 6:00pm in the Parent Loop.

Kent Boxey

Kent Boxey

27 days ago

MJHS VIRTUAL Fall Parent/Teacher Conferences Thursday, Nov. 12th from 4:00 – 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 13th from 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. Teachers will email parents to set up virtual conferences. Check your inbox over the next few days. Please fill out the electronic forms sent from your student’s teachers to set up phone calls. Teachers will then call you on the date that you select. Didn’t get an email? Call the office at 989.687.3360

Kent Boxey

Kent Boxey

27 days ago

After school tutoring at MJHS will NOT be offered today or next Thursday, November 12th. Tutoring will still take place from 3:05 - 4:05 p.m. next Tuesday (10th) and Wednesday (11th) like normal. Students should sign up for tutoring the day before they would like to attend using the link on the MJHS web site or on Echo.

Noah Kent

Noah Kent

about 1 month ago

October 30, 2020 Dear Mustang Families, This school year has presented all of us with some unique challenges, and I’m very proud of how our students and staff have responded. Our return to in-person learning has been successful. At the same time, the amount of COVID-19 cases in the community continues to increase and it is having a significant impact within our schools. We have had to quarantine well over 100 students and staff to date and closed multiple classrooms due to students and staff who have been required to quarantine. Thankfully, we have managed this very well with the support of the Midland County Department of Public Health. However, this has placed an extra burden on students, families, and staff who have been directly impacted. We are doing our best to support students while they are quarantined, but this is proving to be challenging due to the number of students and staff impacted. Due to these circumstances, I am making a change to the school calendar. Students will not report to school on Friday, November 13th. Students will be assigned remote learning for that half-day. This will allow school staff to be provided with additional training on supporting students who are not in school for an extended period. We will also use this day to do an extended deep cleaning of all of our buildings. I want to continue to emphasize that the choices that are being made, especially small group gatherings, are having a great impact on the community spread of COVID-19. Schools in the county remain very safe as there has only been one outbreak traced back to a school setting. The one thing that we really need help with is to have those that are exhibiting symptoms to remain home. While we have heard about many symptoms such as fever, dry cough, and the loss of smell or taste, there are some less obvious symptoms such as a runny nose. While I understand that staying home with mild symptoms such as a runny nose goes against what many of us think we should do, this is contributing to the increase in numbers. The conversation around whether or not schools may close is certainly one that I’m well aware of. We are committed to remaining in-person and have the support of the health department. It is a certainty that students and staff will continue to be quarantined and that classrooms and/or grade levels may need to learn remotely for a period of time, so please bear with us as we work through those issues. Perhaps the biggest current threat to in-person learning is staffing levels as there is a shortage of subs for teaching, transportation, and cleaning. All decisions will continue to be made on a case-by-case basis in order to do what is best for students and staff. Yours in Education, Craig D. Carmoney

Kent Boxey

Kent Boxey

about 1 month ago

Reminder, there is no school for students on Friday, October 23rd. The day is dedicated to professional development for the staff.

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