PICTURE DAY
SMILE!  The high school picture day is Thursday, September 21, 2017.
YOUR HELP IS NEEDED WITH TRAFFIC PATTERNS AT MAHS
We hope everyone has had a wonderful Labor Day Weekend and are ready for the start of school tomorrow.  With the bus loop, parking lots, and sidewalks complete around the new MAHS, we would ask that you observe a few restrictions in the morning.

THE BUS LOOP
The bus loop is reserved for school busses in the morning and afternoon.  The restriction will be in place from 7:30 am to 8:15 am in the morning and 2:50 pm - 3:30 pm in the afternoon.  These times may be adjusted as we see how the new loop functions.  The cars you see entering the bus loop will be Faculty and Staff as they need to use this entrance for parking.  There should be no private cars entering the loop during these times.

ARCH STREET
We would ask that pick-up and drop off occur on Arch Street.  Mulberry Street will be very congested with bus traffic, faculty and staff arriving, and student parking.  We may adjust this as the year progresses.  Students assigned the new Arch Street lot should enter this lot from Arch Street.

MULBERRY STREET
We would ask that you limit travelling on this road from 7:30 am to 8:15 am in the morning and 2:50 pm - 3:30 pm in the afternoon.  Students assigned to park in the Stadium Lot should enter the parking lot from Mulberry Street closest to the stadium.  Students should not enter the bus loop to access this lot.
17-18 School Supply List - Listed by Teacher
(Updated 8/26/2017 - 7:36 am)

Mrs. Betz

ALL Classes - one-subject spiral notebook as a journal that will stay in the classroom the entire school year

Ms. Connor

English 12 - academic planner; 1" binder for handouts; index cards; one-subject notebook or composition book
AP English Literature (11th Grade) - academic planner; 1" binder; 2" binder; one-subject notebook or composition book(summer journals should be in this book)
Drama - one-subject notebook or composition book

Mrs. Crawford
ALL Classes - One inch 3 ring binder is best but any type of notebook will work.
A scientific calculator is recommended but not required.  A limited number of calculators are available for inclass use.  Students can use the calculator feature on their phones or iPods outside of class but not during class or on exams.  TI-83 Plus graphing calculators will be used in higher level math courses.  If you would like to purchase one kind of calculator for your child to use this year and in the future, the TI-83 Plus would be a good option but it is not necessary for this year.


Mrs. Crebs
ALL Classes - 3-ring binder; calculator with ability to evaluate exponents and square roots; pencils; erasers; notebook paper


Mr. DeLong
CSS - 3-ring binder
APUSH Small 3 ring binder for current Unit; Large 3 ring binder for review materials; 2 blue/black pens

Mrs. Earl
ALL Classes -
5-subject spiral bound notebook; 3 packs of index cards and container or spiral bound notecards; highlighters; pens; pencils; 1 folder

Mrs. Fitzgerald
ALL Classes - Daily agenda book

Mr. Hart

ALL Classes -
one notebook to take notes; folder for handouts; pen or pencil; paper

Mrs. Keiser
Computer Apps - folder

ACC 113 Financial Accounting- 3-ring binder
MGT105 Intro to Business - 3-ring binder

Intro to Business and Marketing - notebook with folders or 3-ring binder

Mrs. Kilpatrick
Honors Algebra II, Algebra II and Satistics classes:
Notebooks: 
Any type of notebook will work - you will need to include bell ringers, notes, homework and handouts.
Calculators:
Honors Algebra II:
We will not use calculators very frequently. A scientific calculator is recommended. Students can use the calculator feature on their phones or iPods outside of class but not during class or on exams.  TI-83/84 Plus graphing calculators will be used in higher level math courses.  If you would like to purchase one kind of calculator for your child to use this year and in the future TI-83/84 Plus would be a good option but it is not necessary for this year. 

Algebra II:
A scientific calculator is recommended. Students can use the calculator feature on their phones or iPods outside of class but not during class or on exams.  TI-83/84 Plus graphing calculators will be used in higher level math courses.  If you would like to purchase one kind of calculator for your child to use this year and in the future TI-83/84 Plus would be a good option but it is not necessary for this year. 

Statistics:
A TI - 83/84 Plus calculator is recommended.  They will be used frequently after the first 2 Chapters are completed.


Mrs. Martin
English 9 - one-subject notebook to keep in the classroom; 3-ring binder for handouts with another notebook or lined paper; flash drive(optional) for backing up papers)
Honors English 9 - one-subject notebook(maybe two-subject) to keep in the classroom; 3-ring binder for handouts with another notebook or lined paper; flash drive(optional) for backing up papers)
Creative Writing 
- one 3-ring binder; notebook; flash drive(optional) for backing up papers)


Mrs. Quick
ALL classes - 3-ring binder at least 2"; pens; pencils

Mr. Shearer
ALL classes - Calculator with Trig functions; notebook; pencil


Mrs. Smith
ALL classes - 1.5 inch-2 inch binder; bound composition notebook(no perforations, wires, or ability to tear pages out); pens; pencils; erasers; calculator(any type)

Mrs. Stetts
ALL classes - combination or padlock for their projects locker


Mrs. Tira
ALL classes - 1.5 inch 3 ring binder; dividers (5) and a pencil. If they had me last year they can reuse that binder and should bring it the first day of school.

Mr. Tressler
Biology - One
three ring binder and blue or black pens
AP Biology - One 2" three ring binder and lab notebook with duplicate paper (search internet for best price)
Anatomy & Physiology - One 2" three ring binder and color pencils

Mrs. Trick
ALL Classes - notebook and folder OR a binder with paprt; 1-subject notebook that will remain in class; flashdrive(optional)


Mrs. Wise
All Classes - composition notebook; 8-pack colored pencils; Crayola Markers(regular); Crayola Markers(thin); package of college ruled notebook paper; pencils(wooden preferred); tissues(1box); clorox wipes(1 container)
 

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