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School policies are designed for the safety and well-being of all students and are published in the 2012-13 Student Planner or online below. Some highlights:
*Due to overcrowding on our buses, we can no longer issue Bus Passes on Fridays.
*We are a closed campus. Visitors, guests, alumni, etc. are not permitted on campus without prior arrangement.
*Deliveries: We cannot accept balloons, flowers, and gifts for our students but we can accept school-related items.
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End of Course Exams are coming soon!
Biology Exams: May 21, 22, 23
Algebra Exams: May 28, 29, 30
Geometry Exams: May 28, 29, 30
All exams are during students’ class period. Must be present for all 3 days of testing. For more information, please contact the counseling office at 831-8150 or read here. Be sure to get enough sleep and eat both breakfast and lunch so you can do your best.
MUST BRING: Pencils & Calculator
Sport Participation Physical
Are you an athlete? Do you need a new Sport Participation Physical?
The Mount Si Sports Medicine Club will be hosting our annual Pre-Participation Sport Physicals on Wednesday May 22, 2013 in the MSHS Auxillary gym from 6-8pm. Cost is $25 per physical and is open to all high school and middle school athletes!
Physicals are good for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 school years and are conducted by several medical professionals from the community including Sports Medicine and Family physicians, Physical Therapists, Certified Athletic Trainers and MSHS Student Athletic Trainers. You do not need an appointment -- just fill out the paperwork below and show up anytime between 6pm and 8pm. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Robin Backstrom at 425-831-8211 or email@example.com
Consent Form | Medical History Form
Hey seniors! We are making a slideshow of our senior class to show at our senior tea. We would like to get pictures from all seniors! The pictures can be anytime from childhood to this current year as long as they are school appropriate. All photos must be in by (Wed) 5-22 and you can email the photos to MshsSeniorTea@gmail.com
Registration Update - Schedules Posted on Family Access
Hey Wildcats! Thanks for your patience during registration. We have revised our Master Schedule | 9th grade Master Schedule based on student and teacher input. Based on concerns and questions about creating your own schedule, we have done that for you. You may view your schedule now in Family Access. For more information, please see our Registration FAQ.
Please keep in mind as requests for changes are completed, classes are balanced, and changes are made in personnel between now and the start of the school year, your schedule could possibly change. Schedule correction forms may be submitted for the following reasons: 1) You have an open period 2) You are in a course that has a pre-requisite that you have not taken 3) You seek a TA or Peer Mentor opportunity.
We do not make appointments for schedule changes. Complete the Schedule Correction Request form and turn into your counselor or fax to the counseling office at 425-831-8223. Be sure to include your contact information on the form. You may begin turning in these forms immediately and can request changes through the first 5 days of the school year.
You can expect to receive notice regarding your schedule change request by email or phone from your counselor. They will be working through the forms as quickly as possible. We suggest checking your schedule periodically in Family Access as well.
Please keep in mind that there may be changes to your schedule over the summer due to changes in staffing and balancing of courses.
Hartman's Rank #9 in the country!
Mount Si’s very own Andrew and Ryan Hartman placed 9thoverall in Public Forum debate; in addition, Andrew placed #15 in the best speaker ranking, and Ryan #5. I did not know this previously, but the Hartman’s are the first
team from Washington state to get in to the TOC in Public Forum debate. They are both so low key and modest about this, but it is really a very big accomplishment.
Wildcat Film Festival Featuring "Your Voice, Your Choice" winners
The North Bend Theatre will be featuring the 2013 Wildcat Film Festival on Thursday, May 23. We will be showing the best films from Mount Si High School, Chief Kanim and Twin Falls Middle Schools, as well as the winning videos from the Your Voice, Your Choice contest from 5:00 pm - 6:45. Then we will feature Iron Man 3 at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $10 and will cover all the films plus 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Wildcat Production Club.
Teacher Pride for March
Ms. Essig, Ms. Schotzko, Mr. Meyers, Mr. Bopp, Ms. Slechta, Ms. Backstrom, Ms. Danso, Mr. Goldhammer, Ms. Canady, Mr. Tetu, Mr. Tomlisson, Mr. Dillon, Mr. Galagan, Ms. Foster, Ms. Kugen, Mr. Wieburg, Mr. Jackson, Ms. Rockow, and Mr. Warren
The Snoqualmie Valley Schools Foundation recently announced its 2013 award winners: Marianne Bradburn (Opstad Elementary School), Tom Burford (Snoqualmie Middle School) and Joe Galagan (Mount Si High School). Hats off to these inspiring educators!
KingCo League’s Distinguished Principal of the Year
Mount Si High School Principal John H. Belcher has been selected as the KingCo
League Distinguished Principal of the Year. This honor, awarded by the
Washington Association of Secondary School Principals (WASSP), recognizes a
principal who has demonstrated a deep commitment to students, academic
excellence and positive school-community relations.