Watch some great stories compacted into this edition of Manchester Monthly!
With the weather getting warmer, it's crucial that students be conscious of our dress code, which is below. Please note that we have T-shirts and baggy shorts that will be available for students who dress inappropriately. Dress Code: Student attire should reflect respect for self, others, and an atmosphere of learning. Administration reserves the right to determine what is appropriate and in good taste The MHS Code of Conduct is available on the high school webpage and contains information about the dress code Students should place items such as coats,... Read More »
My passion for photography started in 2012 at the beginning of my sophomore year in high school. I took my first photography class and became very intrigued. For me in a way photography allows me to see life in a different way. It allows me to appreciate the environment and people around me. The reason... Read More »
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Decorate a cake. Improve your jump shot. Become an actor. Boys and girls age 13-17 who live in Manchester are invited to enroll in any of 20 summer enrichment classes that will be held at MHS this summer. Classes are $30 per week and meet Monday through Thursday from either 8-11 a.m. or noon-3 p.m.
For more information
Also, the Parks and Recreation Department is running a camp at MHS for teens ages 13-15. To learn more, please call 860-647-3079.
Did you know you can borrow ebooks through Overdrive at MHS? You can read these books on any compatible device including your Chromebook.
Go to the MHS Library Online Collection Log in, using your typical computer login and password. Choose a book and hit “Borrow” Choose the format you want to read it in (Kindle, ePub, in browser, etc.)
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Finished with your book?
Tweet at #MHSReads or write a review and submit it to: firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to get it featured on MHSRedline!
Check Your Destiny Account! Go to the MHS Library Media Page and click on “Destiny Book Catalog and Obligations” There, you can check what you owe for textbooks, library books and fines.The Log In button is located at the top right of the page. It is a small button! Your log in... Read More »
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Underclassmen will be involved in standardized testing during the week of May 18-22. Please... Read More »
Girls TrackQ: How do you feel about the spring sports season?A: I think this season... Read More »
When I first sat down to write this article, I thought, “How can this topic be sensitively approached?... Read More »
Within the next five to six years, Manchester will be making some changes in the school system. In... Read More »
Recently, a controversial video of the University of Oklahoma Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity has surfaced... Read More »
Everyone raves about them but not everyone gets the dress they want. Why? Well the most expensive... Read More »
A part from people helping each other, it’s always good to know animals can be by your side. For... Read More »
Manchester High School has some exciting upcoming changes to the outside sports fields. Athletic director... Read More »
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Q: What should I do if my friend asks me to prom but I really want to go with someone else?A: Politely tell them that you already promised someone else. Or, suggest going as a group instead of set pairs. Q: I want to go to prom but I don’t have a date. What should I do?A: Who said you needed... Read More »
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MHS SUMMER READS
Get pumped to read this summer! This year, MHS students can read anything they want, but if they are looking for inspiration, there are plenty of places to go!
Important Summer Reading Links:
Ebooks available at MPL Collection & MHS Collection
Summer Reading Flyer
Summer Reading Goal Setting Instructions
Get your FREE Library Card at MPL w/ Student ID!
Manchester Public Library's Teen Services
Suggest your favorites for a Summer Reading Pick!
MHS Book Club on GoodReads
Follow & Join in the Conversation on Social Media! Share what you're reading and all the details on Twitter with #MHSREADS
The hardest part about starting a research paper or project is knowing where to begin looking. Many people don't know that MHS subscribes to database services that help streamline the search part of research. On the Library Media Center Page of Redline (currently under construction, so forgive the appearance), which you can find by scrolling over the "Academic... Read More »
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