MHS Multi Purpose Room

MHS PTA Meeting

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January 18, 2023
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Holiday Craft Fair

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Dec 16, 2022
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Literati Book Fair

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Nov 14 to Nov 18
MHS Multi Purpose Room

MHS PTA Meeting

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January 18, 2023
MPR

Holiday Craft Fair

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Dec 16, 2022
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Literati Book Fair

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Nov 14 to Nov 18

Halloween

Treat yourself to a fun family Friday with spooky stations and our first ever Trunk or Treat at MHS

1:30 pm Help to decorate trunks

2:30 pm Costume Parade

3:10 pm Trunk or Treat

3:30 pm Carnival

This includes many art forms that are visual in nature. The artist (student submitting entry) is a person who captures his/her thoughts and ideas to create a visual piece of art. Accepted forms include both 2D and 3D works such as ceramics, collages, drawings, paintings, sculptures, etc.

Red Ribbon Week

Celebrate healthy choices with Spirit Days and fun games and activities.

Mon: Critter Crawl

Tues: Creative Color Photo Collab

Wed: Eyeball Tower STEM Challenge

Thurs: Sports Challenge

Fri: Water Relay

This is the process of making a film. The producer (student submitting the entry) is not required to appear in the film but if the student chooses to, a camera or tripod can be used. All screenwriting, directing, camera/filming, and editing must be done by the student producer.

Reflections

The PTA Reflections art program strives to increase community awareness about the importance of arts in education.

Students of all grades and abilities are invited to explore their inner artist and enter the contest. What does showing your voice mean to you? Express your interpretation through a dance, a short film, a poem or story, an original song, a photo or visual work of art. All entries due Oct 25.

This is the art of writing. The author (student submitting entry) is a person who expresses his/her own thoughts and ideas by using words. Authors need to submit a single literary work (handwritten or typed) using grade-appropriate grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

Walk Bike Roll to School

Lace up your kicks and get your helmets on. Join your fellow Roadrunners on the streets of Monterey Hills and see if you can spot Speedy along the way. Every 1st Weds of the month.

This is the process of creating a new musical piece. The composer (student submitting entry) is a person who expresses his/her thoughts and ideas by sound. Composers may submit and entry performed by an individual or a group and/or make use of a sound library. They are not required to perform their compoisition.

Wish Night

This is the process of capturing an image. The photographer (student submitting entry) is a person who captures his/her thoughts and ideas with a camera. By focusing on objects using various lenses, filters, and light sources, photographers may demonstrate the use of photographic techniques conventionally or digitally.

Together we can support our kids: become a member, volunteer at school events, make a donation to your classroom's Wish Night. Your Wish Night donations fund your kids' classroom activities including buses for field trips, drama, art, and music classes. Please help your classroom reach 100% participation with any size donation.

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Amazon Smile will donate to our school whenever you shop with this link. An easy and free way to raise much needed money for Monterey Hills.

This is the act of designing and arranging movements in dances. The choreographer (student submitting the entry) can be a performer but does not have to perform in the entry.

Where's Speedy?

Spot Speedy, snap a pic

tag #speedygo on insta @mhs.pta

to be entered in a monthly prize opportunity drawing

hint: next stop grabbing a custom slice at Blaze Pizza 11/3

Students who identify as having a disability have 2 ways to participate.
1. Enter the Special Artist Division to receive accommodation and assistance from an adult.
2. Enter the grade division most closely aligned to the student's functional abilities. Students are recognized and awarded prizes as part of the general student population without regard to special needs or challenges.