We’re all excited about our fast-approaching school year, and we look forward to seeing all of our parents and students once again. For all of our first-time parents and students we would like to welcome you into our school community and, on behalf of the entire staff, I would like to say we cannot wait to get to know you better and introduce you to the wonderful things we do at MVRHS.
On Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016, students in grades 9-12 will be picked up at their bus stop by a school bus and transported to the High School. During the first three weeks of school we make continual adjustments to the routes and times of these buses, so if you have any questions, or have moved since last January, please call the school as soon as possible at 508-693-1033 ext. 253.
Please note the following days of importance:
Friday, September 2, 2016 – First day of school for freshmen only. There will be a 12 PM dismissal and lunch will be served.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 – Back-to-School Night.
Oct. 31-Nov. 4 – Parent Conferences.
All faculty and staff can be reached by email using the first initial and last name of the staff member followed by @mvyps.org; e.g. email@example.com.
It is important for those students who have not already done so to clear any outstanding debts they may still have. If your child has any debts, they will have the first week of school to resolve their debts. If you have any questions, please call the school at (508) 693-1033 ext. 110.
Freshmen Students Only
On Friday, September 2, freshmen students will be picked up at their regular bus stops (see our website for bus route information). Upon arrival to school, please report to the Performing Arts Center for Freshmen Orientation. This is a ½ day of school and lunch will be served.
On Tuesday, September 6, please report to your homeroom upon your arrival to school; the warning bell rings at 7:35 a.m. This is a regular school day for all students from grades 9 – 12 and lunch will be served.
I look forward to all of us working together to make this upcoming year a great one.
Dear Class of 2020 families,
Welcome to MVRHS!
We have planned a morning of orientation on Friday, September 2th to assist your student as they take this big step from the eighth grade to high school. Students will arrive at the high school by 7:30am with dismissal at 12:00pm.
The Freshman Team of teachers will greet and interact with your student throughout the orientation. This team meets routinely to plan and to monitor the progress of freshmen during the school year.
Lunch will be served in order to show your student how the cafeteria works. The lunch period during the school year is 20 minutes long. The easiest way to facilitate paying for lunch is to deposit funds ahead of time into the “point of service” system which your student will access to pay for their meal. Using this system is much easier (and safer) than using cash. Deposits can be made simply by giving a check made out to MVRHS to Inez in the front office or directly to the food service in the cafeteria.
Information regarding the Free or Reduced Breakfast/Lunch Program is available.
Contact the high school at 508-693-1033.
Students will be given many opportunities to display their skills and abilities over the next four years. There is a wide variety of choices for students including opportunities to get involved in clubs, activities, and sports. Please know that they can succeed by working hard, discovering their special talents, and by expressing their creativity all in safe, respectful and responsible ways. Encourage your freshman student to get involved at MVRHS. There is something for everyone.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns regarding your student. Best wishes to you and your student for a successful freshman year.
Assistant Principal for the Freshman Class
508-693-1033 ext. 122
We are thrilled to share the 2016 Senior Project presentations! Senior project requires an original idea, a research paper, a journal, and a presentation before a panel.