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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

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News

5/31/16

 

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

         

 

The school does not sanction or support any kind of student-organized absence from school. Students who miss school on a day determined to be a student-organized absence will be required to provide additional verification to excuse the absence. All students who miss school during a student-organized absence will be required to attend detention for one day during the school year.

    What does this mean? Students participating in a “ditch day” will get detention. Seniors remember detention has to be served before you can participate in graduation ceremony.

 

Guest Pass requests for Sober Grad Night are available in the Student Services office. Approved guests of graduating seniors can purchase a pass for $20.00, only one guest per graduating senior.

 

Looking for something fun to do after school Wednesday? Dance club hosting a movie afternoon. We will be showing the movie Hairspray in the auditorium at 4:00. Admission is $5 and includes a drink and a snack. Additional concessions will be available for purchase. See you there!

 

If you are planning on taking honors or AP English, please plan on attending a mandatory meeting on Thursday at lunch to receive your summer assignment.  For Sophomore Honors English report to Mrs. Hays’ room 50, for Senior AP English go to Mr. Finney’s room 52, and for Junior AP English go to Mrs. Dobson’s room 53.

 

FRESHMEN: The meeting for next year's AP world history will be held TOMORROW (Wednesday) at the beginning of lunch in Mrs Bobman's room (28). The meeting will be quick so please be prompt. We will be going over the summer assignment. See you there!

 

AP US Hist meeting will be in Mr. Stitt's room on Friday, June 3.

 

Seniors - Mark your calendars: The award and scholarship night is June 7.

 

The yearbook rally is Friday, June 3rd.  Yearbooks are $65 in room 7.  Buy yours early before they're sold out.  Not sure whether you've purchased your yearbook yet?  Check the list hanging on the window outside of the principal's office.  repeat:::: if you you're not sure whether you've purchased your book, check the list outside the principal's office.

 

Have you lost something this year? Lost and found is located on the table outside the attendance office. Check it out. Anything not claimed at the end of the school year will be donated.

 

Food Service News: Starting Today, May 31, there will be NO CHARGES allowed for the remainder of the school year.

 

MCHS is looking to hire tutors for summer school.  The dates are June 15 – July 1 for a total of 13 days at 3.5 hours per day.  The positions pay $10.00 per hour.  Please pick up an application from the counseling office. These positions are open to sophomores through seniors.

 

ASB NEWS


 

COUNSELING/GUIDANCE NEWS

 

Sophomores and Juniors there is a wonderful opportunity to apply for a free Leadership Camp at Fresno State on August 8, 9 and 10th. Students will be staying in the dorms and participating in a variety of leadership activities. Criteria for application is a minimum 2.5 grade point average; four year eligibility track is preferred. If interested please sign up in the counseling office. There are limited spaces available.

 

Did you know you can get a jump start on your college career by taking Merced College courses on the MCHS campus in the evenings.  The course offerings for next fall are Political Science, Psyc 23, and Music 14.  All of these courses are transferrable to a 4 year college and will meet requirements for a two year degree.  Classes are free except for a small health fee and books, if required.

 

The Management classes will also continue in the fall.  There are 5 management classes, each taking 2 evenings to complete, and are worth .5 credits each.

 

Sign up with Mrs. Mason in the counseling office if interested.  Classes start August 15 which is before we return from summer vacation, so sign up now.  Classes have been known to be cancelled if enough students don’t sign up.

 

SPORTS REPORT for the week of May 30, 2016

 

Track & Field awards will be this Thursday, June 2 at the park at 6:30. Please remember game day attire and to bring your ice cream topping.

 

The MCHS girls soccer banquet will be 6:00 pm in the auditorium on Monday, June 6.  Bring finger foods or a dessert to share.  

 

JC Fremont Hospital will be offering free sports physicals on campus on June 1st and June 2nd from 8 AM to 1 PM.  A physical evaluation form and permission slip need to be picked up at the student services office and returned completed as soon as possible.  

 

CLUB NEWS


 

FFA NEWS

 

Mandatory meeting for those showing sheep or goats in Mr. Rowley's room 43, Tuesday during lunch.

 

Tuesday students attending the national FFA convention next year there is a mandatory meeting today at lunch in Mrs. Wise's room.

 

Wednesday: Newly elected FFA chapter officers mandatory meeting Wednesday at lunch this week


 

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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5/26/16

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

         

 

This week’s Count Me In Attendance Winners are: Susie Gomes and Julia Coleman. Each have won a $10.00 gift card

 

Looking for something fun to do after school next Wednesday? Dance club hosting a movie afternoon. We will be showing the movie Hairspray in the auditorium at 4:00. Admission is $5 and includes a drink and a snack. Additional concessions will be available for purchase. See you there!

 

Seniors - Mark your calendars: The award and scholarship night is June 7.

 

Grizzlies, the Footloose Dance is on! The dance will be held tomorrow evening in Croft Court. 'Doors" open at 8:00 pm; lockout is 8:30, and the dance will end at 11:30. Dancers must stay in Croft Court throughout the dance; no re-entries will be allowed. At the dance, there will be dinner available; please order in advance if you would like burger and fries. Dinners can still be purchased through Mrs. Parry until lunch today. Otherwise, extra dinners will be limited. There will also be concessions with soda and candy, as well as a photo booth featuring 2 pictures for $5. Remember the colors are red, white, and blue, and the dress is semi-formal. Looking forward to seeing you at Footloose tomorrow night!

 

The yearbook rally is Friday, June 3rd.  Yearbooks are $65 in room 7.  Buy yours early before they're sold out.  Not sure whether you've purchased your yearbook yet?  Check the list hanging on the window outside of the principal's office.  repeat:::: if you you're not sure whether you've purchased your book, check the list outside the principal's office.

 

Have you lost something this year? Lost and found is located on the table outside the attendance office. Check it out. Anything not claimed at the end of the school year will be donated.

 

Starting Tuesday, May 31, there will be NO CHARGES allowed for the remainder of the school year.

 

MCHS is looking to hire tutors for summer school.  The dates are June 15 – July 1 for a total of 13 days at 3.5 hours per day.  The positions pay $10.00 per hour.  Please pick up an application from the counseling office. These positions are open to sophomores through seniors.

 

ASB NEWS


 

COUNSELING/GUIDANCE NEWS

 

Sophomores and Juniors there is a wonderful opportunity to apply for a free Leadership Camp at Fresno State on August 8, 9 and 10th. Students will be staying in the dorms and participating in a variety of leadership activities. Criteria for application is a minimum 2.5 grade point average; four year eligibility track is preferred. If interested please sign up in the counseling office. There are limited spaces available.

 

Did you know you can get a jump start on your college career by taking Merced College courses on the MCHS campus in the evenings.  The course offerings for next fall are Political Science, Psyc 23, and Music 14.  All of these courses are transferrable to a 4 year college and will meet requirements for a two year degree.  Classes are free except for a small health fee and books, if required.

 

The Management classes will also continue in the fall.  There are 5 management classes, each taking 2 evenings to complete, and are worth .5 credits each.

 

Sign up with Mrs. Mason in the counseling office if interested.  Classes start August 15 which is before we return from summer vacation, so sign up now.  Classes have been known to be cancelled if enough students don’t sign up.

 

SPORTS REPORT for the week of May 23, 2016

 

Varsity and JV Spring Football starts Tuesday May 31st.  You must have your White Card.

Varsity Football jersey money due now!  Please turn in to Coach Stitt.

 

Are you interested in representing MCHS next year on the pitch? Important boys soccer meeting in room 52 Today at lunch.  See you there!

 

JC Fremont Hospital will be offering free sports physicals on campus on June 1st and June 2nd from 8 AM to 1 PM.  A physical evaluation form and permission slip need to be picked up at the student services office and returned completed as soon as possible.  


 

MONDAY:           

TUESDAY:       

WEDNESDAY:   

THURSDAY:       

FRIDAY:       

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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5/25/16

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

         

 

Seniors - Mark your calendars: The award and scholarship night is June 7.

 

Grizzlies, the Footloose Dance is on! The dance will be held tomorrow evening in Croft Court. 'Doors" open at 8:00 pm; lockout is 8:30, and the dance will end at 11:30. Dancers must stay in Croft Court throughout the dance; no re-entries will be allowed. At the dance, there will be dinner available; please order in advance if you would like burger and fries. Dinners can still be purchased through Mrs. Parry until lunch today. Otherwise, extra dinners will be limited. There will also be concessions with soda and candy, as well as a photo booth featuring 2 pictures for $5. Remember the colors are red, white, and blue, and the dress is semi-formal. Looking forward to seeing you at Footloose tomorrow night!

 

The yearbook rally is Friday, June 3rd.  Yearbooks are $65 in room 7.  Buy yours early before they're sold out.  Not sure whether you've purchased your yearbook yet?  Check the list hanging on the window outside of the principal's office.  repeat:::: if you you're not sure whether you've purchased your book, check the list outside the principal's office.

 

Have you lost something this year? Lost and found is located on the table outside the attendance office. Check it out. Anything not claimed at the end of the school year will be donated.

 

Starting Tuesday, May 31, there will be NO CHARGES allowed for the remainder of the school year.

 

MCHS is looking to hire tutors for summer school.  The dates are June 15 – July 1 for a total of 13 days at 3.5 hours per day.  The positions pay $10.00 per hour.  Please pick up an application from the counseling office. These positions are open to sophomores through seniors.

 

ASB NEWS


 

COUNSELING/GUIDANCE NEWS

 

Sophomores and Juniors there is a wonderful opportunity to apply for a free Leadership Camp at Fresno State on August 8, 9 and 10th. Students will be staying in the dorms and participating in a variety of leadership activities. Criteria for application is a minimum 2.5 grade point average; four year eligibility track is preferred. If interested please sign up in the counseling office. There are limited spaces available.

 

Did you know you can get a jump start on your college career by taking Merced College courses on the MCHS campus in the evenings.  The course offerings for next fall are Political Science, Psyc 23, and Music 14.  All of these courses are transferrable to a 4 year college and will meet requirements for a two year degree.  Classes are free except for a small health fee and books, if required.

 

The Management classes will also continue in the fall.  There are 5 management classes, each taking 2 evenings to complete, and are worth .5 credits each.

 

Sign up with Mrs. Mason in the counseling office if interested.  Classes start August 15 which is before we return from summer vacation, so sign up now.  Classes have been known to be cancelled if enough students don’t sign up.

 

SPORTS REPORT for the week of May 23, 2016

 

Varsity and JV Spring Football starts Tuesday May 31st.  You must have your White Card.

Varsity Football jersey money due now!  Please turn in to Coach Stitt.

 

Are you interested in representing MCHS next year on the pitch? Important boys soccer meeting in room 52 Today at lunch.  See you there!

 

JC Fremont Hospital will be offering free sports physicals on campus on June 1st and June 2nd from 8 AM to 1 PM.  A physical evaluation form and permission slip need to be picked up at the student services office and returned completed as soon as possible.  


 

MONDAY:           

TUESDAY:       

WEDNESDAY:   

THURSDAY:       

FRIDAY:       

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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