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Nuisance Device Policy

We recognize the need for students to carry cell phones; however phones and other electronic devices (cell phones, headphones, earbuds, music players, speakers, gaming devices, ipads, tablets, PDAs) are not allowed to be used in the school for non-instructional purposes. Students bringing these devices to school need to turn them off upon entering school and store them in their lockers. Any use of a phone or electronic device during class time will result in the student being required to turn the device into the front office for the remainder of the the school day. Any student not complying with the policy will be dismissed for the day. You can review this policy on the Resources page

This policy will be in effect starting February 29, 2016.


Girls Basketball Team Builds Skills and Improves Game

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Since tryouts on November 14, the girls’ basketball team has played nine games. The team has seen growth in its scores, encouraging teammates to keep practicing and working together to build their team skills. Tamara [...]

Cadet of the Month – Cadet Evan Fayant

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Cadet of the Month for the Month of February is Cadet Evan Fayant. Evan is a freshman and came to us from Anne Sullivan Middle School. He is the consummate gentleman! Evan has a [...]

MTS Introduces Blended Learning Options

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MTS has expanded options for student learning styles by exploring blended learning. The blended learning model gives teachers and students more options to work with, although many people are unfamiliar with it. Blended learning is [...]

High school open house for new families and current families

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Tuesday, January 31: 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM - High school open house for new families and current families

High School student awards presentation

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Friday, December 23: 1 PM - High School student awards presentation - all welcome Students are free to leave with their parents after the presentation that day.

College Prep on Tap

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Concurrent Enrollment classes, which allow students to earn both high school and college credits, have come to MTS High School. The classes save time and money for those entering college. “We have some very talented [...]

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