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summer reading jam



Read a book, a poem, or short story inspired by these songs of summer. Turn in your playlist by July 15, 2022 to win a prize. Press Play to get reading suggestions and more fun stuff to keep engaged all summer long.

MHS Library



Each week, classes visit the school library to enjoy listening to a read aloud and to find new and interesting books across all genres: fiction, non-fiction, biographies, etc. Check out our librarian, Ms. Blum's wishlists if you would like to purchase books for the library in honor of your student.


Summer Reading Jam

Friday, July 15, 2022
SPHS Solari Stadium

All City Track Meet

Saturday, May 7, 2022
MHS

Teacher Appreciation Week

Monday, May 2, 2022
MHS

Visual Arts Classes

with Ms. Swanborn

Sunday, May 1, 2022

Asian American Pacific Islander Month

Friday, April 1, 2022

Readathon

Monday, February 28, 2022
lunar new year

FEB 3 THURSDAY
2:00 PM & 2:20 PM
LION DANCE TROOP
PERFORMANCES
@ MHS PLAYGROUND

FEB 4 FRIDAY
MORNING ASSEMBLY
RED ENVELOPE GIFTS

FEB 20 SUNDAY
3 PM VIRTUAL DUMPLING
COOKING CLASS

WISH NIGHT

For the 2021-2022 school year, we are revamping our fundraising efforts. In our efforts to offer equity and inclusivity, we are breaking out the year into three fundraisers: Wish Night to meet the needs of our classrooms and school facilities; The Fall Family Magical Silent Auction evening to meet the needs of our PTA programs; and our Jog-a-thon to help us fund special projects and fill in the gaps of whatever shortfalls we have.

Our financial “ask” for Wish Night is $150 per child. This wish goes directly to your child’s classroom, grade level activities (such as field trips and technology subscriptions) and the MHS playground and school wide services available to all. We understand that some families will give less and some families will give more. Our goal is to have 100% of the families within the MHS community to donate something. Anything you decide to give is warmly welcomed and much appreciated and tax deductible.

President's 

Message

Hi Roadrunners!
This past year and a half has given people a chance to reflect and reassess what is important to them. Many people are probably looking not just to reconnect but to be a part of something meaningful.

The MHS PTA’s mission is for parents and teachers to work together to build a supportive and equitable community for all our students.
Jennifer Tuason
The cornerstone of our mission this year is to transform MHS into a strong, vibrant, and inclusive community where our families can form meaningful connections with each other and with our school.

By joining the MHS PTA you help us meet our school’s needs that are outside the scope of its budget. When you go a step further and volunteer to help with events/programs, you set an excellent example for our students to follow and greatly support our teachers and staff.

Themed

Months

Each month’s theme offers new perspectives, diversity and valuable messages.

Cultural Arts & Character Education
August: Believing in yourself
September: Hispanic Heritage
October: Empathy & Disabilities Awareness
November: Native American Heritage
December: Gratitude
January: Soaring into the New Year
February: Black American History
March: Women's History
April: Environmental Awareness
May: Asian American Pacific
Islander Heritage

PTA and the MHS

Community

The MHS PTA has placed a strong emphasis on building our school community stronger than ever before
The MHSl community is a close-knit community that provides immeasurable support for our students to be successful in their learning, nutrition, health, safety, physical fitness and general well-being. This community includes parents, guardians, grandparents, siblings, teachers, school administrators, staff members, mentors, role models and friends – that is, anyone who cares for and about our students is part of the MHS community. The role of the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is to enhance the relationships within this community.

PTA

Programs

We have three main focuses this year, which culminates in awarding via our fourth main focus-- literature. Lunchtime art sessions at Speedy’s Treehouse hope to instill the love of art in children and to broaden their minds while learning about new experiences. It is through art that children will increase their vocabulary, hone their critical thinking skills, learn empathy through cultural arts and amaze us with their inventiveness. 

Empower our children
At our monthly PTA meetings, students can try S.T.E.M. challenges to work on critical thinking, inventiveness, decision making and problem solving. We’ve teamed up with Mathnasium for challenge questions to encourage the love of math and the excitement of solving problems. It is through this variety of community and self building activities that we want to award the children with the best gift...a book based on each month’s theme. The importance and value of children reading every day has a direct impact on their success in school.

Room

Parents

Room Parents
Thank you for volunteering to take on this important role in your child’s class this year. We know it can be overwhelming, but we want you to know that the members of the PTA Executive Board are here to help and guide you in any way we can. Our PTA goal is to respect and appreciate our diversity, include everyone and be equitable in our interactions.

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Summer Reading Jam

7.15.22
SPHS Solari Stadium

All City Track Meet

5.7.22
MHS

Teacher Appreciation Week

5.2.22
MHS

Visual Arts Classes

5.1.22

Asian American Pacific Islander Month

4.1.22

Readathon

2.28.22
Zoom 8:30 AM

Chic Man Street

2.11.22
Zoom 5:30 PM

Parent Ed

2.8.22

Walk to School Wednesdays

WISH NIGHT

For the 2021-2022 school year, we are revamping our fundraising efforts. In our efforts to offer equity and inclusivity, we are breaking out the year into three fundraisers: Wish Night to meet the needs of our classrooms and school facilities; The Fall Family Magical Silent Auction evening to meet the needs of our PTA programs; and our Jog-a-thon to help us fund special projects and fill in the gaps of whatever shortfalls we have.

Our financial “ask” for Wish Night is $150 per child. This wish goes directly to your child’s classroom, grade level activities (such as field trips and technology subscriptions) and the MHS playground and school wide services available to all. We understand that some families will give less and some families will give more. Our goal is to have 100% of the families within the MHS community to donate something. Anything you decide to give is warmly welcomed and much appreciated and tax deductible.

President's 

Message

Hi Roadrunners!
This past year and a half has given people a chance to reflect and reassess what is important to them. Many people are probably looking not just to reconnect but to be a part of something meaningful.

The MHS PTA’s mission is for parents and teachers to work together to build a supportive and equitable community for all our students.
Jennifer Tuason
The cornerstone of our mission this year is to transform MHS into a strong, vibrant, and inclusive community where our families can form meaningful connections with each other and with our school.

By joining the MHS PTA you help us meet our school’s needs that are outside the scope of its budget. When you go a step further and volunteer to help with events/programs, you set an excellent example for our students to follow and greatly support our teachers and staff.

Themed

Months

Each month’s theme offers new perspectives, diversity and valuable messages.

Cultural Arts & Character Education
August: Believing in yourself
September: Hispanic Heritage
October: Empathy & Disabilities Awareness
November: Native American Heritage
December: Gratitude
January: Soaring into the New Year
February: Black American History
March: Women's History
April: Environmental Awareness
May: Asian American Pacific
Islander Heritage

PTA and the MHS

Community

The MHS PTA has placed a strong emphasis on building our school community stronger than ever before
The MHSl community is a close-knit community that provides immeasurable support for our students to be successful in their learning, nutrition, health, safety, physical fitness and general well-being. This community includes parents, guardians, grandparents, siblings, teachers, school administrators, staff members, mentors, role models and friends – that is, anyone who cares for and about our students is part of the MHS community. The role of the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is to enhance the relationships within this community.

PTA

Programs

We have three main focuses this year, which culminates in awarding via our fourth main focus-- literature. Lunchtime art sessions at Speedy’s Treehouse hope to instill the love of art in children and to broaden their minds while learning about new experiences. It is through art that children will increase their vocabulary, hone their critical thinking skills, learn empathy through cultural arts and amaze us with their inventiveness. 

Empower our children
At our monthly PTA meetings, students can try S.T.E.M. challenges to work on critical thinking, inventiveness, decision making and problem solving. We’ve teamed up with Mathnasium for challenge questions to encourage the love of math and the excitement of solving problems. It is through this variety of community and self building activities that we want to award the children with the best gift...a book based on each month’s theme. The importance and value of children reading every day has a direct impact on their success in school.

Room

Parents

Room Parents
Thank you for volunteering to take on this important role in your child’s class this year. We know it can be overwhelming, but we want you to know that the members of the PTA Executive Board are here to help and guide you in any way we can. Our PTA goal is to respect and appreciate our diversity, include everyone and be equitable in our interactions.

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