Mariposa County High School

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Principal: Celeste Azevedo

Assistant Principal: Donette Martin

Athletic Director: Trace DeSandres & Debbie Leonard

Activities Director: Brian Moczygemba

Colors: Green & Gold

Mascot: Grizzlies

 

Mailing Address
P.O. Box 127
Mariposa, CA 95338

Shipping Address
5074 Old Hwy N.
Mariposa, CA 95338

SARC

Student CHKS

Click here to take the Student California Healthy Kids Survey. Parents should take the California Healthy Kids Survey at the top of this web page.

School Site Council

The next SSC will be January 25, 3:10-4:10. Click here to view the agenda.

California Healthy Kids Survey

The California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) is being administered. The purpose of this survey is to obtain parent perceptions about the school. Your participation is voluntary. It is also very important. The information you provide will help guide district and school efforts to promote safety, enhance learning supports, and improve student achievement.

  • This is an anonymous survey.  It is designed so that no one can be identified from the data.  You do not have to respond to any questions that you feel could be used to identify you.  Simply skip any such questions.
  • All questions apply to this school only.
  • The results are for the use of your district.  The California Department of Education and WestEd will preserve data confidentiality and refer any data requests to the district.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCESSING THE SURVEY

If you have more than one child at this school, you will only need to complete one survey for this school. Please fill out just one survey about the school using your oldest child as a reference.

Click here to take the survey.

About MCHS

Mariposa County High School is located in the rural community of Mariposa, California, and is a center of county-wide community activities. The high school provides facilities for academic, cultural, and entertainment activities for the high school population as well as the community at large. Mariposa County is the home of Yosemite National Park, which attracts 3.4 million visitors each year, making tourism the primary industry of Mariposa County. Along with the National Park, visitors to Mariposa County can find fishing, hunting, backpacking, hiking, the California Mining and Mineral Museum, and Gold Rush history. Mariposa County High School is a ninety-nine year old, 9-12 comprehensive high school in the Mariposa County Unified School District.

Daily Bulletins

1/23/18

 

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Please stand, remove your hat, face the flag, hand over heart and begin:

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

BELL SCHEDULES

 

Monday Bell Schedule

 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Bell Schedule

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

 

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

1

7:55

8:00

9:02

 

Tues Wed Thurs

     

2

 

9:07

10:05

 

1     1      3

7:55

8:00

9:34

Break

 

10:05

10:15

 

Break

 

9:34

9:44

3

 

10:20

11:18

 

2      2     4

 

9:49

11:18

4

 

11:23

12:21

 

3      5      5

 

11:23

12:52

Lunch

 

12:21

12:55

 

Lunch

 

12:52

1:26

5

 

12:59

1:57

 

4     6      6

 

1:31

3:00

6

 

2:02

3:00

   

Friday Bell Schedule

 

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

 

1

9:10

9:15

10:05

 

2

 

10:10

10:57

 

3

 

11:02

11:49

 

4

 

11:54

12:41

 

Lunch

 

12:41

1:16

         

5

 

1:21

2:08

         

6

 

2:13

3:00

 


 
     

 


 

HAPPENING TODAY

 

Track and Field Athletes: Anyone interested in participating in Track and Field, there will be a meeting during lunch on Tuesday, Jan. 23rd. in room 55 (Mr. DeSandres). Bring your lunch. We'll talk about starting date, first meet, paperwork, preseason conditioning, and answer any questions you may have. Bring a friend!

 

Food Service News:

Lunch will be served from 1:05 to 1:25 at the sandwich cart and the cafeteria. Plan accordingly.

 

Lunch Menu:

 

HAPPENING TOMORROW

Are you eligible to join the California Scholarship Federation this semester? CSF is the state's oldest Honor Society and is recognized by Colleges.  Freshman are now eligible based on Fall grades. Lists of CSF-eligible students are posted outside the Counseling Office, and applications are available inside.  Please request transcripts from Ms. Weinburke, and turn in your application and 5 dollar dues BEFORE the first meeting of the new year, which will be  Wednesday, January  24th in Room 9.

 

Come and join the Ukulele Club, next Wednesday January 24th in the auditorium at lunch.  All are welcome.  We will be learning some basic and not-so-basic tricks.  Some extra ukuleles are available if you don't have your own.

 

Ag Mechanics Practice Wednesday after school as well as Thursday at lunch in Mr. Rowley's room.

 

IN OTHER NEWS

Are you interested in learning about paths to becoming a medical doctor? At the Thursday, February 8 Career Lunch, Dr. Jonathan Harry will be talking about typical paths and his own, which included the Peace Corps, a Masters in Public Health, and a Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Sign up in the Counseling Office. Free lunch to the first 40 students. Get your questions answered about becoming a medical doctor.

 

Winter Formal is coming up! It will be on Feb. 15th and the theme is A Night Out of this World! ASB will start selling tickets on January 29th!

 

UPCOMING FIELD TRIPS

Drama Club is taking a field trip to see Seussical the Musical at Playhouse Merced in February.  Mr. Starchman has 15 additional seats and they are available to students on a first come, first served basis for just $5 a ticket.  See Mr. Starchman in Room 1 for more details.


 

SENIOR NEWS  

ASB NEWS

SPORTS REPORT     

 

CLUB NEWS

Spanish club is selling t-shirts, sweatshirts, and long sleeve t-shirts through February 12th.  Orders can be made through Quinn Whatley.

 

Join the cool kids and order your Drama Club laser cat t-shirt today.  All shirts are just $14 and are locally made by Pathos Screen Printing.  See Mr. Starchman in Room 1 for an order form.

 

Natural Helpers in having a meeting at lunch on Thursday, January 25th in Room 9.

 

FFA NEWS


 

HOMEWORK HELP & TUTORING AVAILABLE

The Learning Center is open at 7:45 before school and at lunch to check out books, work on homework, print out homework, get help with homework, or make an appointment for tutoring. Mrs. Long is ready to help you. The Learning Center is open after school every day until 4:15 for homework time or tutoring services.

Please remember to bring your ID or ASB card to the Learning Center when checking out a textbook or a chromebook.  When checking out a chromebook please remember to return it by the end of the day so it can be charged and ready for the next student to use.

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1/22/18

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Please stand, remove your hat, face the flag, hand over heart and begin:

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

BELL SCHEDULES

 

Monday Bell Schedule

 

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Bell Schedule

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

 

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

1

7:55

8:00

9:02

 

Tues Wed Thurs

     

2

 

9:07

10:05

 

1     1      3

7:55

8:00

9:34

Break

 

10:05

10:15

 

Break

 

9:34

9:44

3

 

10:20

11:18

 

2      2     4

 

9:49

11:18

4

 

11:23

12:21

 

3      5      5

 

11:23

12:52

Lunch

 

12:21

12:55

 

Lunch

 

12:52

1:26

5

 

12:59

1:57

 

4     6      6

 

1:31

3:00

6

 

2:02

3:00

   

Friday Bell Schedule

 

Period

First Bell

Tardy Bell

Dismiss

 

1

9:10

9:15

10:05

 

2

 

10:10

10:57

 

3

 

11:02

11:49

 

4

 

11:54

12:41

 

Lunch

 

12:41

1:16

         

5

 

1:21

2:08

         

6

 

2:13

3:00

 


 
     

 


 

HAPPENING TODAY

 

Students who have outside lockers, listen closely. Beginning today, the outside breezeway gates will be locked during break and lunch on a daily basis. You will not have access to lockers during break or lunch. You have the option to obtain a locker in the main building.  Again, nobody will have access to outside lockers during break or lunch. Please see Mrs. Bryson in the office if you have questions and/or want to obtain a locker inside.

 

Food Service News:

No sandwich cart today.  PB&J will be served out of the cafeteria windows.

 

Lunch Menu:

 

HAPPENING TOMORROW

Track and Field Athletes: Anyone interested in participating in Track and Field, there will be a meeting during lunch on Tuesday, Jan. 23rd. in room 55 ( Mr. DeSandres). Bring your lunch. We'll talk about starting date, first meet, paperwork, preseason conditioning, and answer any questions you may have. Bring a friend!

 

IN OTHER NEWS

Are you eligible to join the California Scholarship Federation this semester? CSF is the state's oldest Honor Society and is recognized by Colleges.  Freshman are now eligible based on Fall grades. Lists of CSF-eligible students are posted outside the Counseling Office, and applications are available inside.  Please request transcripts from Ms. Weinburke, and turn in your application and 5 dollar dues BEFORE the first meeting of the  new year, which will be  Wednesday, January  24th in Room 9.
 

Winter Formal is coming up! It will be on Feb. 15th and the theme is A Night Out of this World! ASB will start selling tickets on January 29th!

 

UPCOMING FIELD TRIPS

Drama Club is taking a field trip to see Seussical the Musical at Playhouse Merced in February.  Mr. Starchman has 15 additional seats and they are available to students on a first come, first served basis for just $5 a ticket.  See Mr. Starchman in Room 1 for more details.

 

The Fresno State Young Writers' Conference is an opportunity for student writers to have their work published in the Spectrum anthology; earn cash awards, honors and recognition for their writing, learn creative writing techniques by graduate students; as well as, hear Mai Der Vang, a published poet and winner of the 2016 Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets, speak about the craft of writing.  Fresno State's Master's in Creative Writing is a nationally recognized program and has produced two United States' Poet Laureates, the ultimate accolade for an American Poet.  If you are interested in attending the conference, come to a mandatory meeting Friday at lunch in room 53 to find out what you need to do to attend.

 

SENIOR NEWS  

ASB NEWS

SPORTS REPORT     

 

CLUB NEWS

Spanish club is selling t-shirts, sweatshirts, and long sleeve t-shirts through February 12th.  Orders can be made through Quinn Whatley.

 

Come and join the Ukulele Club, next Wednesday January 24th in the auditorium at lunch.  All are welcome.  We will be learning some basic and not-so-basic tricks.  Some extra ukuleles are available if you don't have your own.

 

Join the cool kids and order your Drama Club laser cat t-shirt today.  All shirts are just $14 and are locally made by Pathos Screen Printing.  See Mr. Starchman in Room 1 for an order form.

 

Natural Helpers in having a meeting at lunch on Thursday, January 25th in Room 9.

 

FFA NEWS

Ag Mechanics Practice Wednesday after school as well as Thursday at lunch in Mr. Rowley's room.


 

HOMEWORK HELP & TUTORING AVAILABLE

The Learning Center is open at 7:45 before school and at lunch to check out books, work on homework, print out homework, get help with homework, or make an appointment for tutoring. Mrs. Long is ready to help you. The Learning Center is open after school every day until 4:15 for homework time or tutoring services.

Please remember to bring your ID or ASB card to the Learning Center when checking out a textbook or a chromebook.  When checking out a chromebook please remember to return it by the end of the day so it can be charged and ready for the next student to use.




 

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1/19/18

THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Please stand, remove your hat, face the flag, hand over heart and begin:

 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

BELL SCHEDULE 

 

 

HAPPENING TODAY 

 

Students who have outside lockers, listen closely. Beginning next week, the outside breezeway gates will be locked during break and lunch on a daily basis. You will not have access to lockers during break or lunch. You have the option to obtain a locker in the main building.  Again, nobody will have access to outside lockers during break or lunch. Please see Mrs. Bryson in the office if you have questions and/or want to obtain a locker inside.

 

Food Service News:

IF it is raining during lunch, there will be NO sandwich cart.  We will serve lunch out of all three windows and have PB&J's available at each window.  

 

Lunch Menu:

 

 

HAPPENING TOMORROW

 

IN OTHER NEWS

Are you eligible to join the California Scholarship Federation this semester? CSF is the state's oldest Honor Society and is recognized by Colleges.  Freshman are now eligible based on Fall grades. Lists of CSF-eligible students are posted outside the Counseling Office, and applications are available inside.  Please request transcripts from Ms. Weinburke, and turn in your application and 5 dollar dues BEFORE the first meeting of the  new year, which will be  Wednesday, January  24th in Room 9.

 

 

Winter Formal is coming up! It will be on Feb. 15th and the theme is A Night Out of this World! ASB will start selling tickets on January 29th!

 

UPCOMING FIELD TRIPS 

Drama Club is taking a field trip to see Seussical the Musical at Playhouse Merced in February.  Mr. Starchman has 15 additional seats and they are available to students on a first come, first served basis for just $5 a ticket.  See Mr. Starchman in Room 1 for more details.

 

The Fresno State Young Writers' Conference is an opportunity for student writers to have their work published in the Spectrum anthology; earn cash awards, honors and recognition for their writing, learn creative writing techniques by graduate students; as well as, hear Mai Der Vang, a published poet and winner of the 2016 Walt Whitman Award from the Academy of American Poets, speak about the craft of writing.  Fresno State's Master's in Creative Writing is a nationally recognized program and has produced two United States' Poet Laureates, the ultimate accolade for an American Poet.  If you are interested in attending the conference, come to a mandatory meeting Friday at lunch in room 53 to find out what you need to do to attend.

 

SENIOR NEWS  

 ASB NEWS

SPORTS REPORT     

Track and Field Athletes: Anyone interested in participating in Track and Field, there will be a meeting during lunch on Tuesday, Jan. 23rd. in room 55 ( Mr. DeSandres). Bring your lunch. We'll talk about starting date, first meet, paperwork, preseason conditioning, and answer any questions you may have. Bring a friend!

 

CLUB NEWS

Spanish club is selling t-shirts, sweatshirts, and long sleeve t-shirts through February 12th.  Orders can be made through Quinn Whatley.

 

Come and join the Ukulele Club, next Wednesday January 24th in the auditorium at lunch.  All are welcome.  We will be learning some basic and not-so-basic tricks.  Some extra ukuleles are available if you don't have your own.

 

Join the cool kids and order your Drama Club laser cat t-shirt today.  All shirts are just $14 and are locally made by Pathos Screen Printing.  See Mr. Starchman in Room 1 for an order form.

 

Natural Helpers in having a meeting at lunch on Thursday, January 25th in Room 9.

 

FFA NEWS    

MFE/ALA conference students reminder that we leave this weekend Sunday, January 21 at 8am.  Please be in full uniform when you arrive.

If you are attending and do not have a FFA jacket, scarf or tie, please see an Ag teacher as soon as possible to get one!

 

 

 

HOMEWORK HELP & TUTORING AVAILABLE

The Learning Center is open at 7:45 before school and at lunch to check out books, work on homework, print out homework, get help with homework, or make an appointment for tutoring. Mrs. Long is ready to help you. The Learning Center is open after school every day until 4:15 for homework time or tutoring services. 

Please remember to bring your ID or ASB card to the Learning Center when checking out a textbook or a chromebook.  When checking out a chromebook please remember to return it by the end of the day so it can be charged and ready for the next student to use. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Grizzly Cinema & Drama Productions

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