Manchester Regional High School
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Delayed Opening

Due to inclement weather, MRHS will have a delayed opening today, Friday, March 1. Homeroom begins at 9:30 AM. Please be safe.
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Book Club Reads Gabi a Girl in Pieces

The MRHS Book Club recently read, Gabi a Girl in Pieces, and met to discuss it on January 23rd. The group really liked this novel about a girl named Gabi Hernandez who shares all the drama and events that happen throughout her senior year in high school. The next club read is The Scorpio Races, a Printz Honor book by Maggie Stiefvater. The meeting will take place on February 27th.
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Music Theory Class Designs Instruments

Mr. Merino’s music theory class designed and built musical instruments using materials such as PVC, wire hangers and duct tape. The students worked in teams to make precise measurements and calculations to produce the desired musical pitches of each instrument. The students proudly displayed their finished products, which included pan flutes, fifes, wind chimes, and percussion instruments.
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The MRHS Battle of the Books teams competed against PCTI on January 30th

The MRHS Battle of the Books teams competed against PCTI on January 30th placing second and fourth out of five teams. On February 13th the teams move on to the state competition at Middlesex Community College. Both MRHS teams are practicing and looking forward to competing. Team members are: Hashem Abokaf, Hibah Clifton, Jagger Defenza, Caroline DelValle, Seena Kesht, Ana Martinez, Idalina Martinez, Jaylin McFarland, Melina Mendoza, Keyashia Nero, Ariela Nunez, Melina Pacheco, and Cinthya Vizcarra. Pictured below are the MRHS teams and the PCTI teams.
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Make A Difference Club Participates in the Lunches With Love Program

Recently, the Make Difference Club participated in the Lunches with Love program at Oasis on Mill St- in Paterson. For only $144.00 we were able to help provide the meals for the entire day for over 200 people. For privacy reasons there are no pictures of the people we fed. Some of the students worked in the kitchen while others sorted the clothing to be given to the many women who showed up during the day to “shop.”
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