Medway High School
Posted June 13, 2014
The Medway High School June Newsletter can be found HERE.
Posted June 11, 2014
2014 Summer Reading
We are pleased to reach out to you with news of summer reading for this year. This particular program comes after much conversation with staff, parents, and students about the relevance of topics and opportunities for students to expand their learning during the summer.
All students will be afforded the opportunity to read one text over the summer, with a simple assignment to be submitted when complete. The students have several options both in terms of text and assignment, which will allow them a range of choices that will hopefully satisfy a number of student interests. In addition, the assignment itself is optional, with credit being given to students who submit an assignment, and no penalty will be assessed to those who choose not to participate.
For students enrolling in certain Honors or Advanced Placement courses, there are required assignments that are part of the curricula for those classes. However, those students may also complete a general summer reading assignment as well, again if they so choose.
Details for all summer assignments can be found at the Medway High School Summer Reading home page, accessible via the link below or via the high school website (on the left side of this web page). The link can also be found at: http://goo.gl/t3LJ02
We have been in touch with Barnes & Noble in Bellingham regarding hard copies of all our texts, and they are also available via Amazon. Many also offer hard copy or electronic copies, depending again on student preference. As always, we urge you to check out the Medway and other local libraries.
In terms of questions, we refer you to the FAQ’s on the website, but also invite you to email Aubrie Rojee, our Humanities Leader, or Mike Rubin, Dean of Academics & Student Activities, with anything specific.
Our thanks for your support; we wish you and your students the best for a relaxing and enjoyable summer!
Posted June 1, 2014
MEDWAY FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION
WHOLE FOODS 5% DAY
TUESDAY, JUNE 4
Help Medway Foundation for Education support our schools by attending the 5% Day at Whole Foods Bellingham on Tuesday, June 4th. Whole Foods will donate 5% of sales from 8 AM to 9 PM to MFE, so please shop to support! No vouchers needed, just shop the way you normally would. Hold off on your weekly shopping until June 4th and be a part of helping the schools of Medway!
From 5:30 to 8 PM, MFE will have board members present in the store to answer questions and provide information about programs we have funded. We’ll also have ceramics from the Memorial kiln (an MFE grant recipient) for sale. Sales of these tiles will fund additional supplies for the ceramic program.
Medway Foundation for Education is a 501(c) (3) non-profit with the mission of funding programs within the Medway Public schools which cannot be fully funded through ordinary budgetary means.
Thank you to Whole Foods for this generous opportunity - see you there!
Posted May 19, 2014
The Washington Post has named Medway High School as one of America's Most Challenging High Schools, ranked 19th in the State and among the top 4% in the country. Detailed information can be found HERE.
Posted May 16, 2014
Posted May 9, 2014
Grade 9-11 Final Exam Schedule is posted HERE.
Posted May 5, 2014
Medway Secondary PTO May Meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 7th at 7:30pm at the Middle School Library
Scholastic Awards (Middle & High School)
High School Scholarships
Volunteer Appreciation Night
After Prom Party (2015)
Posted April 8, 2014
We have been informed that the the MFPA Meeting scheduled for today is cancelled. The next meeting is May 13, 23014 at 7PM in Room 138-3 (the Midi/Conference room across the hall from the Band and Chorus rooms).
Posted April 3, 2014:
Medway Schools Technology Night
Tuesday, April 8th at 7 PM – 9 PM
Medway Middle School Auditorium
Join us for a presentation by
Rich Boucher, Director of Information Services and
Dr. Armand Pires, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
Join us for an informational presentation on Where we have been? Where are we now? And Where are we headed with the integration of technology in our schools?
Meet the district’s Technology Integration Specialists
Hear how they are helping teachers to integrate technology in the classrooms in grades K-12
This is your opportunity to learn about technology in our schools and ask whatever questions you might have to a panel of district experts
Event Sponsored by: MSEPAC and MEPTO
Posted April 1:
The April Meeting of the Medway Secondary PTO will be held THIS Wednesday, April 2nd at 7:30pm in the HS Guidance Area. All parents are welcome to attend.
There are a lot of events coming up this Spring! Check out our NEW website for more information: https://sites.google.com/site/medwaysecpto/
Don't forget to check our most recent Guidance Newsletter, which can be found on our Guidance page (under Departments, above). To jump right to it, click HERE.
The MHS Band and Chorus Spring Concert is tomorrow, March 26, at 7pm in the high school auditorium. Admission is free. Please support our musicians at this fun event!
Posted March 4, 2014
Parents, please attend the MSPTO meeting on March 5 at 7PM in the HS Guidance Office. For a personal comment from Dr. Dias, please click HERE.
Posted February 27, 2014
Grade 8 students and their parents/guardians can access all of the presentations and handouts shown and distributed at the Feb. 25 Orientation by going to Dr. Dias' Blog (link is on the left side of this screen).
Posted February 27, 2014
The physical education teachers and Mrs. Babicz, our school nurse will be conducting the Annual Postural Screening on the students in the 9th grade over the next few months. An email containing important information is being sent home, but it is also posted HERE.
Posted February 14, 2014
Dear Parents, Guardians, and Students of the Class of 2018,
We wish to extend your first official welcome to the Medway High School! Now that you are more than half-way through your eighth grade year, we are looking forward to your becoming a part of our high school community in September. Medway High School is a wonderful place, designed to meet the needs of students of all abilities by providing a rigorous academic program, in addition to a broad range of elective offerings, and numerous extra-curricular opportunities.
This event is for all current grade 8 students and their parents.
So that you may learn about the high school, the MHS administration, staff, and students are presenting a program on Tuesday, February 25, 2014, beginning at 6:30 pm in our auditorium. This is an opportunity for you to ask questions about the high school and the many options that will soon become available to you.
The administration, educational leaders, and athletic director will each give a brief overview of the ninth grade experience, and also talk about course expectations and the differences between levels at the high school. You will then break into smaller groups and have an opportunity to tour our facility and hear from faculty and students about our many exciting academic, elective, and extra-curricular programs. .
Please be aware that this event involves guided tours of the building. Our building is large, and I recommend that comfortable shoes be considered. The event concludes by 9:00 pm.
Posted January 23, 2014:
Grade 9-11 parents who were unable to attend the January 23 course selection overview presentation can access the presentation, 2014-2015 Program of Studies, and handouts through Dr. Dias' Blog (link to the left of this post).