Manchester Regional High School

Manchester Regional High School Falcons

Early Dismissal

School will dismissed early Wednesday, February 20th at 12:19 PM due to inclement weather.

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Events

BOE Meeting
Date: 2/28/2019, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: Library
Interim M.P. 3
Date: 3/1/2019
MAD - End the R Word Campaign Begins
Date: 3/1/2019
District Calendar

MRHS Drone Flyover

Twitter

Anti Bullying Info

Colleen Dorn
Assistant Principal
Email: cdorn@mrhs.net
Phone: 973-389-2874
Ms. Colleen Brogan
Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Student Services
Email: cbrogan@mrhs.net
Phone: 973-389-2833
Harrassment Policy School HIB Grade

News

Early Dismissal

School will dismissed early Wednesday, February 20th at 12:19 PM due to inclement weather.

MRHS will hosting Optical Academy on March 5, 2019 at 9am to 2pm.

Opticalacademy

On March 5, 2019, MRHS will hosting Optical Academy in the Falcons' Lounge from 9am-2pm. Full eye exams are available starting at $30 and frames starting at $29. Exams are open to all MRHS staff and students' family members. Call the school nurse at 973-389-2853 with any questions.

Freshmen SLAM Lockers To Bring Awareness

MRHS SLAM Awareness

Ms. Hughes’ Freshman classes supported The NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking’s January 11th Awareness Day with a Locker Slam. Students spread the word against human trafficking by “slamming” student lockers with magnets provided by the NJCAHT. MRHS is one of 30+ schools across the state to participate in this important day. Students also viewed a live feed event via Facebook that addresses this very serious issue. The program will also be posted to be watched at any time on Facebook@njhumantrafficking and Instagram@njhumantrafficking.

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Superintendent Miguel Hernandez, Ed.D

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Dear Parents, Students, Staff and Community Members,
 
Here at MRHS, we believe educating our children is the most important work done in our society.  Our commitment to the students is to promote every educational opportunity for every student while providing a safe and nurturing environment for all.  We are proud of our school and the collaborative efforts made in and out of the classroom that impact our students. Our students and staff take pride in their school, their communities, and in each other, because we believe that together we can make a difference in the lives of our students and staff.
 
The New Jersey School Board Association designates January as School Board Recognition Month.  I want to say a special thank you to the nine members of our board – Ellen Fischer, President; Cynthia Fusco, Vice President; Daniel Batelli, Jeffrey Fischer, Michael Galluccio, Paul Gorga, Thomas Magura, Valdo Panzera, John Vander Molen.  It is through their insight, understanding and continued support that our school is able to continue to serve our students with excellent staff, facilities and resources.
 
The district is engaged in preparation of the 2019 – 2020 school year budget.  It is the goal of the Board of Education, faculty and staff to provide our students with the best education possible while maintaining fiscal responsibility to the three communities it serves.  Our budget will reflect an emphasis on providing facility upgrades, curriculum, staffing and professional development that addresses the needs of our students.
 
I thank you for your continued support of the school district. For more information, please browse the school website to find scheduled events, policies, and school information at www.mrhs.net We can also be found at www.twitter.com/ManchesterRHS and www.facebook.com/ManchesterHS
 

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Principal John Coviello

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Dear Parents and Guardians,
 
Our business is education, but the foundation of that business is relationships!  It has been an absolute pleasure meeting so many of you at our 1:1 Chromebook training sessions, Back to School Night, and in our day to day interactions. Furthermore, your children have brought me so much joy these last few weeks. They learn, grow and adapt in amazing ways. My experience has been so welcoming I really cannot thank all of you enough.
With that said, I urge you to keep participating in your child's education in any way that you can. Partner with us to enjoy our wide array of co-curricular activities and support your child his/her academic endeavors. It is the people that give life to a school experience. Working together I know we will continue to offer your child the best experience possible!
 
 
 
Sincerely,
 
John Coviello
Principal
Manchester Regional High School
“The secret of education is respecting the pupil.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson
 
 
                                                                   "Learners Today, Leaders Tomorrow!"
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