Kids were so excited that we were getting the National Blue Ribbon Award. They created a conga line shouting MHS.
Mrs. Thackerys 4th Grade Class watched as Dr. Narro, Mrs. King, Mrs. Trachtenberg & Ms. Torres receive the National Blue Ribbon Award in Washington DC.Uploaded Nov 15, 2019
Welcome to our first Virtual Friday Assembly.Uploaded Apr 24, 2020
Join us for the latest news, uplifting messages, wellness practices and so much more.Uploaded Aug 26, 2020
Welcome to our 2nd Virtual Friday Assembly. Great job everyone. Have a great weekend.
Join us for our first Friday Morning Assembly of the year. Dr. Narro will introduce all of our teachers and staff members, Mrs. Thompson will share some wellness information, our Tk/K teachers will present a skit and school song, etc.
Join us each week to hear about upcoming events, the latest news and so much more.
MHS makes amazing memories near or far! Thank you school community for making this a great year and one for the history books. We have seen tremendous change and met the challenges together whether by screen or on school grounds. We know that in between every smiling student photo there were ups and downs and everything in between. This makes it even more inspiring to reflect on how far we’ve come over these past 9 months. Take a look at our 2020 - 2021 school year MHS Memories Video and take a moment to see our highlights made possible by your continuing support!
2020-21 PTA Historian
The assembly this week features Ms. Thackery's and Ms. Hansen's class and Mrs. Thompson sharing what it means to be present. THANKS!!!!
We also had student council share reminders about masking, hand-washing as well as social distancing.
This week's assembly is a tribute to the great civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. After our pledge and announcements, we begin the celebration. We start with the protest song "We Shall Overcome," follow it with the words from the speech "I Have a Dream" and then move into some interpretaions of MLK's speech and implications of some of the quotes attributed to Dr. King. We end with Stevie Wonder singing Happy Birthday! (What would a birthday tribute be without singing happy birthday? )
As every good party goes...this assembly is a little long, even though there was so much we left out! If you are viewing this assembly with your children, you might stop at Stevie Wonder (which is 23 minutes in) or you might just want to do the sing-a-long. Danciing is also encouraged. Please take pictures!!
The making and editing of this assembly was thought provoking, inspired soul searching, and brought about big emotional responses. You'll hear it in the teachers' and students' voices. It is hard to think of the work and words of MLK from over 55 years ago without being stirred by their relevance today. This was not lost on our students. Our 5th grade students offered sophisticated and mature responses as they linked words of protest from the 60s to protests of the day.
if you are a parent of a little one, I want to be sensitive to their viewing. As stated already, the video is a little longer than usual. If you choose, you might stop after the viewing of Ms. Zelenski's students work and I would suggest a video by Kid President https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0mSOAA7hHE&t=15si
Monday is a National Holiday and a day set for volunteering. I encourage you to make a plan with your children and ask them what they would like to do to make a better home; community; and world! I bet you will be surprised about how thoughtful their responses are bound to be!
Here is the link to our assembly https://youtu.be/g4LU0w_WUUo
We are all a Learning Family,