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Principal: Celeste Azevedo

Assistant Principal: Wayne Forsythe

Athletic Director: Trace DeSandres & Debbie Leonard

Activities Director: Gianna Hays & Reed Yancey

Colors: Green & Gold

Mascot: Grizzlies

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 127
Mariposa, CA 95338

Shipping Address
5074 Old Hwy N.
Mariposa, CA 95338

SARC

Facilities Bond Phone Survey

MCUSD is currently conducting a random sample phone survey of voters across Mariposa county. This survey is NOT a scam. If you receive a call, please don't be alarmed if the caller identifies you by name, as you were randomly selected from the publicly available voter records. We would appreciate you participating in the survey if you receive a call.

Fundraising Scam

Phone calls continue to be made under the pretext of fundraising for Mariposa County High School. Mariposa County High School is not doing any fundraising via phone calls. If you ever have a concern regarding a request for money for the school, please call the school to confirm the fundraising activity is associated with Mariposa County High School and not a scam.

News

5/3/16

 

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Please stand, remove your hat, face the flag, hand over heart and begin:

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

BELL SCHEDULES

 

Monday & Friday

 

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

 

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

1

8:00

8:05

9:09

 

1/1/3

8:00

8:05

9:36

2

 

9:14

10:09

 

Brunch

 

9:36

9:46

Break

 

10:09

10:19

 

2/2/4

 

9:51

11:17

3

 

10:24

11:19

 

3/5/5

 

11:22

12:48

4

 

11:24

12:19

 

Lunch

 

12:48

1:23

Lunch

 

12:19

12:54

 

4/6/6

 

1:28

2:54

5

 

12:59

1:54

         

6

 

1:59

2:54

         

 

Food Service News:  We are nearing the end of the school year and need to get all NEGATIVE account balances at zero.  Therefore, if you pay for a breakfast or lunch you will not be allowed to charge.  You must pay off your current outstanding balance and pay for your meals at the time of service.  Thank you for your cooperation!

 

Do you know what a Quebec Canadian sugar shack is or ever want to try poutine, a traditional Canadian dish of French fries covered in gravy and cheese?  If you are interested in learning more about French-Canadian culture and would like to travel to Canada during the summer of 2017, come to an informational meeting Friday at lunch in room 53.

 

Ladies, if you have chosen a dress from the Prom Faire,  it can be picked up in the attendance office today!  Dresses will be available during lunch or after school.

 

The biggest Bash of the year is this Saturday!  The last day to buy PROM tickets is this Wednesday.  They are going fast and we only have a few left.  Tickets available at lunch in front of the school.  $65 with ASB and $70 without.  See you at the Prom!

 

Ms. Azevedo wants to make sure everyone has the opportunity to go to prom if they want to. If you would like to attend prom, but can not afford to go, please see Ms. Azevedo to discuss the options.

 

Freshman class meeting at lunch on Wednesday in Room 1.  All officers must attend and all freshmen are welcome.  We will be discussing selling concessions for the final drama production on the year: Grizzly Got Your Tongue? 2016.  This is our last fund raising opportunity for this school year.

 

CAREER LUNCH: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 in the Learning Center during lunch period. Interested in a business career? Come hear and ask questions of Bob Concienne, Vice President of Operations for Yosemite Hospitality (Aramark) about hospitality careers and the role Business Development plays.  Bob was a key contributor to the winning bid for the Yosemite National Park concessions contract. Please sign up by May 2 to receive a free lunch. Feel free to sign up after May 2nd, but kindly bring your own lunch.

 

Yearbooks on sale in room 7 for $65. Reserve your before they sell out.

 

Attention seniors! In order to go on the Senior Disneyland trip or receive your diploma, all fines, fees,  and detentions need to be cleared.  Check with Mrs. Bryson in the Student Services office to find out where your account stands.

 

ASB NEWS

 

COUNSELING/GUIDANCE NEWS

 

The CSU Dominguez Hills is offering an inexpensive online Young Scholars Program that enables high school juniors and seniors earn college credit. If you would like information on the program, please stop by the counseling office.

 

Students in AP classes.  Fees for your ap tests are due in the counseling office TODAY, May 2. Get your fees in before testing starts.


 

SPORTS REPORT for the week of April 25, 2016

 

JV Football meeting this Tuesday at lunch in Room 57 (Coach Stitt's room).  Anyone interested in playing this season needs to be there.

 

Reminder all football players: Spring Football starts May 31st.  You must have a current white card.  Check with front office if you are not sure if you have one.

 

MONDAY:        Golf SJS Divisionals   

TUESDAY:        Soccer vs. Orestimba

Softball vs. Orestimba   

WEDNESDAY:    Baseball vs. LeGrand

THURSDAY:        Soccer @ Denair. Please release at 1:15

            Softball @ Denair. Please dismiss at 1:15

FRIDAY:        Varsity Baseball @ LeGrand. Please dismiss at 2:00.

SATURDAY:                   

 

CLUB NEWS

 

Good morning everyone! Just a friendly reminder to those who want to go or are interested, SAGA Club is meeting on Tuesday May the Third in Room 9. So if you want to make a difference on how our campus treats equality, feel free to stop by. It is a safe and accepting place if you just want to hang out.

 

FFA NEWS

 

HOMEWORK HELP & TUTORING AVAILABLE

 

Are you in need of Tutoring? The Learning Center has student tutors available Monday through Thursday after school from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm.  Tutors assist in all subject areas. Sign up at the front desk in the Learning for help the following day. One Mariposa tutors are also here on Thursday. They can assist with AP level classes!

 

The Learning Center is open at 7:45 before school and at lunch to check out books, work on homework, print out homework, get help with homework, or make an appointment for tutoring. Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. Long are ready to help you. The Learning Center is open after school every day until 4:20 for homework time or tutoring services.

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5/2/16

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Please stand, remove your hat, face the flag, hand over heart and begin:

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

BELL SCHEDULES

 

Monday & Friday

 

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

 

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

1

8:00

8:05

9:09

 

1/1/3

8:00

8:05

9:36

2

 

9:14

10:09

 

Brunch

 

9:36

9:46

Break

 

10:09

10:19

 

2/2/4

 

9:51

11:17

3

 

10:24

11:19

 

3/5/5

 

11:22

12:48

4

 

11:24

12:19

 

Lunch

 

12:48

1:23

Lunch

 

12:19

12:54

 

4/6/6

 

1:28

2:54

5

 

12:59

1:54

         

6

 

1:59

2:54

         

 

Ladies, if you have chosen a dress from the Prom Faire,  it can be picked up in the attendance office today!  Dresses will be available during lunch or after school.

 

The biggest Bash of the year is this Saturday!  The last day to buy PROM tickets is this Wednesday.  They are going fast and we only have a few left.  Tickets available at lunch in front of the school.  $65 with ASB and $70 without.  See you at the Prom!

 

Ms. Azevedo wants to make sure everyone has the opportunity to go to prom if they want to. If you would like to attend prom, but can not afford to go, please see Ms. Azevedo to discuss the options.

 

Freshman class meeting at lunch on Wednesday in Room 1.  All officers must attend and all freshmen are welcome.  We will be discussing selling concessions for the final drama production on the year: Grizzly Got Your Tongue? 2016.  This is our last fund raising opportunity for this school year.

 

CAREER LUNCH: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 in the Learning Center during lunch period. Interested in a business career? Come hear and ask questions of Bob Concienne, Vice President of Operations for Yosemite Hospitality (Aramark) about hospitality careers and the role Business Development plays.  Bob was a key contributor to the winning bid for the Yosemite National Park concessions contract. Please sign up by May 2 to receive a free lunch. Feel free to sign up after May 2nd, but kindly bring your own lunch.

 

Yearbooks on sale in room 7 for $65. Reserve your before they sell out.

 

Attention seniors! In order to go on the Senior Disneyland trip or receive your diploma, all fines, fees,  and detentions need to be cleared.  Check with Mrs. Bryson in the Student Services office to find out where your account stands.

 

ASB NEWS

 

COUNSELING/GUIDANCE NEWS

 

The CSU Dominguez Hills is offering an inexpensive online Young Scholars Program that enables high school juniors and seniors earn college credit. If you would like information on the program, please stop by the counseling office.

 

Students in AP classes.  Fees for your ap tests are due in the counseling office TODAY, May 2. Get your fees in before testing starts.


 

SPORTS REPORT for the week of April 25, 2016

 

JV Football meeting this Tuesday at lunch in Room 57 (Coach Stitt's room).  Anyone interested in playing this season needs to be there.

 

Reminder all football players: Spring Football starts May 31st.  You must have a current white card.  Check with front office if you are not sure if you have one.

 

MONDAY:        Golf SJS Divisionals   

TUESDAY:        Soccer vs. Orestimba

Softball vs. Orestimba   

WEDNESDAY:    Baseball vs. LeGrand

THURSDAY:        Soccer @ Denair. Please release at 1:15

            Softball @ Denair. Please dismiss at 1:15

FRIDAY:        Varsity Baseball @ LeGrand. Please dismiss at 2:00.

SATURDAY:                   

 

CLUB NEWS

 

Good morning everyone! Just a friendly reminder to those who want to go or are interested, SAGA Club is meeting on Tuesday May the Third in Room 9. So if you want to make a difference on how our campus treats equality, feel free to stop by. It is a safe and accepting place if you just want to hang out.

 

FFA NEWS

 

HOMEWORK HELP & TUTORING AVAILABLE

 

Are you in need of Tutoring? The Learning Center has student tutors available Monday through Thursday after school from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm.  Tutors assist in all subject areas. Sign up at the front desk in the Learning for help the following day. One Mariposa tutors are also here on Thursday. They can assist with AP level classes!

 

The Learning Center is open at 7:45 before school and at lunch to check out books, work on homework, print out homework, get help with homework, or make an appointment for tutoring. Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. Long are ready to help you. The Learning Center is open after school every day until 4:20 for homework time or tutoring services.


 

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4/29/16

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Please stand, remove your hat, face the flag, hand over heart and begin:

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

BELL SCHEDULES

 

Monday & Friday

 

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

 

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

1

8:00

8:05

9:09

 

1/1/3

8:00

8:05

9:36

2

 

9:14

10:09

 

Brunch

 

9:36

9:46

Break

 

10:09

10:19

 

2/2/4

 

9:51

11:17

3

 

10:24

11:19

 

3/5/5

 

11:22

12:48

4

 

11:24

12:19

 

Lunch

 

12:48

1:23

Lunch

 

12:19

12:54

 

4/6/6

 

1:28

2:54

5

 

12:59

1:54

         

6

 

1:59

2:54

         

 

Ms. Azevedo wants to make sure everyone has the opportunity to go to prom if they want to. If you would like to attend prom, but can not afford to go, please see Ms. Azevedo to discuss the options.

 

Applications for ASB Appointed positions are due this today, April 29th. Please turn your completed application in to Mrs. Parry in room 54.

 

Parks and Recreation is offering a lifeguard training course May 2nd-May 6th from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm and May 7th from 8 am to 5pm.  Packets are available in the counseling office.

 

Seniors – If you have NOT ordered your cap and gown for graduation you have until tomorrow, April 30th! This is the ABSOLUTE LAST DAY TO ORDER. Please stop by the counseling office if you need additional information.

If you did not pick up your paid Jostens order last week, please see Miss Rider in the counseling office.

 

CAREER LUNCH: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 in the Learning Center during lunch period. Interested in a business career? Come hear and ask questions of Bob Concienne, Vice President of Operations for Yosemite Hospitality (Aramark) about hospitality careers and the role Business Development plays.  Bob was a key contributor to the winning bid for the Yosemite National Park concessions contract. Please sign up by May 2 to receive a free lunch. Feel free to sign up after May 2nd, but kindly bring your own lunch.

 

Yearbooks on sale in room 7 for $65. Reserve your before they sell out.

 

Attention seniors! In order to go on the Senior Disneyland trip or receive your diploma, all fines, fees,  and detentions need to be cleared.  Check with Mrs. Bryson in the Student Services office to find out where your account stands.

 

ASB NEWS

 

COUNSELING/GUIDANCE NEWS

 

Seniors:  Remember that this Sunday, May 1 is the deadline for many four year colleges to accept their offer of admission.  If you are planning to attend, and don’t accept by that date, you can lose your admission spot.

 

The CSU Dominguez Hills is offering an inexpensive online Young Scholars Program that enables high school juniors and seniors earn college credit. If you would like information on the program, please stop by the counseling office.

 

Students in AP classes.  Fees for your ap tests are due in the counseling office Monday, May 2. Get your fees in before testing starts.


 

SPORTS REPORT for the week of April 25, 2016

 

If you are interested in becoming a cheerleader, or wearing the Grizzly Mascot costume, this could be a great opportunity for you! Cheer and Mascot tryout PRACTICES will start, Monday, May 2nd, through Friday, May 6th, 3-5 PM, and Monday, May 9th through Thursday, May 12th, 3-5 PM. Try out day is Friday, May 13th starting @ 3:30. All held at MCHS. In order to try out, you must pick up an Athletic Packet in the Attendance office, fill out the entire packet and have a current sports physical. Return to the school office by Wednesday, April 27th so the school can clear you to participate. If you are not cleared by Monday, May 2nd, you will not be allowed to try out for the 2016/2017 season. There is a pre-tryout meeting @ MCHS @ 5:30 that you and your parent/guardian should attend to gather all the information for the tryout process, and up-coming season.

 

MONDAY:       

TUESDAY:       

WEDNESDAY:

THURSDAY:   

FRIDAY:    Track & Field @ Merced College. Please dismiss at 1:10.

        JV Baseball vs Waterford. Please dismiss at 2:20

        Varsity Baseball vs Delhi. No early release.

SATURDAY:                   

 

CLUB NEWS

 

FFA NEWS

 

HOMEWORK HELP & TUTORING AVAILABLE

 

Are you in need of Tutoring? The Learning Center has student tutors available Monday through Thursday after school from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm.  Tutors assist in all subject areas. Sign up at the front desk in the Learning for help the following day. One Mariposa tutors are also here on Thursday. They can assist with AP level classes!


The Learning Center is open at 7:45 before school and at lunch to check out books, work on homework, print out homework, get help with homework, or make an appointment for tutoring. Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. Long are ready to help you. The Learning Center is open after school every day until 4:20 for homework time or tutoring services.

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Grizzly Cinema & Drama Productions

Please click the link below to see all the upcoming drama productions and Grizzly Cinema showings.

www.grizzlycinema.com

About MCHS

Mariposa County High School is located in the rural community of Mariposa, California, and is a center of county-wide community activities. The high school provides facilities for academic, cultural, and entertainment activities for the high school population as well as the community at large. Mariposa County is the home of Yosemite National Park, which attracts 3.4 million visitors each year, making tourism the primary industry of Mariposa County. Along with the National Park, visitors to Mariposa County can find fishing, hunting, backpacking, hiking, the California Mining and Mineral Museum, and Gold Rush history. Mariposa County High School is a ninety-nine year old, 9-12 comprehensive high school in the Mariposa County Unified School District.

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