Senior Recognition Night for the Class of 2019 will be Tuesday, June 4th at 6:30PM in the high school gym. In addition to academic awards, scholarships will be awarded at this time. This is an opportunity for you to come and celebrate with us in recognizing our senior’s accomplishments as scholarships will not be read at graduation. However, they will be listed in the graduation program.
There will be a slide show highlighting their childhood and growth here in the Montesano School District. This is a tradition at Montesano High School to have a special night to recognize the accomplishments of all our seniors and to show our appreciation of their efforts. We encourage all seniors to attend.
Montesano Jr/Sr High School is currently in the process of conducting a lockdown DRILL at MHS. This drill is being done to assist our staff and students in practicing the appropriate lockdown and safety procedures in the event of a real intruder emergency on campus. Your student's safety is our priority. Thank you for supporting Montesano schools!
There will be an informational parent meeting put on by the Grays Harbor County Prosecutor’s Office. The “Technology and Sex Crimes” presentation will be Thursday, May 16th from 6:30-7:30PM in the Aberdeen High School Auditorium. There will be a powerpoint presentation, plus a question/answer period regarding these laws.
Seniors: Mark your calendars! The Senior Walk and Panoramic Picture will be Tuesday, May 7th. Seniors need to arrive in the Commons by 9:00AM. We will be departing for Simpson School at 9:15AM for the Senior Walk and Assembly. You will return to MHS immediately afterwards for the Class of 2019 panoramic picture at 10:30AM. Make sure your tassel is on your cap, and your gowns should be out of the bags and hanging to help reduce wrinkles. Order forms were mailed home. We have extra forms in the Office.
On Tuesday, April 16th & Wednesday, April 17th, Montesano Jr/Sr High School will be participating in the Every 32 Minutes program.
The Every 32 Minutes program is widely used among law enforcement in addressing reducing teen driving fatality and serious injury. The Region 2 Target Zero Task Force partner with emergency responders including law, fire, aid, prosecutors, coroners, Airlift Northwest, substance prevention and 911 to bring students a firsthand look at fatality collisions. The national statistic is every 32 minutes someone is killed by an impaired driver.