December 13, 2019

MHS Newsletter: December 13, 2019



A big Solon Salute goes out to Nathan LaRosa who became the Times Argus Player of the year! Congrats Nathan! 

Congratulations to art students Eve Taylor, Andy Gasal, Althea Torres-Martin, Laim Hecht, Andi Dates, Will Toth, Noam Hessler and Jill Havilan for having artwork accepted into the annual juried High School Art Show at Norwich University. The show runs from January 1-26 at the school or Architecture and Art with a closing reception on Sunday the 26th from 1-2pm.

A Solon Salute goes to our MHS Earth Group who participated in the Youth Climate Leadership Academy last week!


Also a big Solon Salute to Ijaeda Dube who found $30 in cash on the floor and turned it into the office this week. We appreciate your honesty and integrity Ijaeda! 

MHS recently received the ExxonMobil Educational Alliance Grant to be used to support students in the areas of Math and Science. A big Solon Salute to our ExxonMobil Station on Berlin Street for nominating Montpelier High School for this generous $500 grant!


From our school social worker: The Thanksgiving holiday fundraiser was a huge success. Thank you to all who donated! Your generosity helped to provide $50 Shaw's gift cards to 60 families at all 4 MRPS schools. The same group of parents has launched a winter holiday fundraiser, with a very ambitious goal. Here is the link to that fundraiser: https://www.gofundme.com/f/holiday-help-for-montpelierroxbury-families Ellia Cohen (MHS school social worker) can be reached at 225-8023 or elliacohen@mpsvt.org for holiday assistance. 


ACADEMICS
Central Vermont Career Center Information Session and Application Process (CVCC) On December 3, 2019 the 10th and 11th graders participated in an assembly to hear about educational opportunities at the Central Vermont Career Center (CVCC).
         The CVCC application link process is as follows:
  • Dec. 20th  - Central Vermont Career Center (CVCC) Applications are due in the guidance office
  • Feb 14th – CVCC Shadow & Interview Day for MHS students
  • March 30 – Admission letters sent to students who applied
  • April 15 – Accepted students return confirmation letters to CVCC to secure their seat at CVCC




Flexible Pathways: Students and parents are encouraged to regularly check the Work, Volunteer and Extended Learning Opportunities page on the Community Based Learning Website.  New opportunities are added weekly.
SPORTS INFORMATION
  • Winter sports are upon us and you can check out the schedules HERE!
  • For more news, information, and pictures from various sporting events, check out the MHS Sports Update. You can also follow up-to-date scores on Twitter by following Montpelier AD. 

ARTS INFORMATION
  • Congratulations to the cast of Grease! We have 48 cast members for our upcoming musical - largest cast in over 10 years! With so many talented people, it made the casting process super difficult. Congratulations to each and every one of the auditioners - it is going to be such a fun show to be apart of! Cast List Link
  • Main Street Middle School presents the hilarious Monty Python's Spamalot TONIGHT on the MHS Stage. Please come support these talented students as they tell a very silly musical tale of the quest for the Holy Grail. Tickets and information can be found HERE


Click HERE for year-long MHS photos! 


December 5, 2019

Solon Salutes: December 5, 2019

If this awesome picture doesn't bring out some holiday spirit....




MHS Students Got Some Puppy Kisses on Wednesday!



Congratulations to all of our members of the MHS chorus, orchestra, and band who participated in the Winooski Music Festival! 

SOME SPACE FOR GRATITUDE:

A big thank you goes out to the following students: Marlie McDermott, Sophia Clark, Maria Lovelette, and Scarlett Davis who volunteered at the UES Thanksgiving Lunch. It was great to have them there! 


ACADEMICS
Central Vermont Career Center Information Session and Application Process (CVCC) On December 3, 2019 the 10th and 11th graders participated in an assembly to hear about educational opportunities at the Central Vermont Career Center (CVCC).
         The CVCC application link process is as follows:
  • Dec. 20th  - Central Vermont Career Center (CVCC) Applications are due in the guidance office
  • Feb 14th – CVCC Shadow & Interview Day for MHS students
  • March 30 – Admission letters sent to students who applied
  • April 15 – Accepted students return confirmation letters to CVCC to secure their seat at CVCC

Students and parents are encouraged to regularly check the 
Work, Volunteer and Extended Learning Opportunities page on the Community Based Learning Website.  New opportunities are added weekly.
SPORTS INFORMATION
  • Winter sports are starting up, and you can check out the schedules HERE!
  • For more news, information, and pictures from various sporting events, check out the MHS Sports Update. You can also follow up-to-date scores on Twitter by following Montpelier AD. 
ARTS INFORMATION
  • Congratulations to the cast of Grease! We have 48 cast members for our upcoming musical - largest cast in over 10 years! With so many talented people, it made the casting process super difficult. Congratulations to each and every one of the auditioners - it is going to be such a fun show to be apart of! Cast List Link
  • Main Street Middle School presents the hilarious Monty Python's Spamalot on December 13th and 14th on the MHS Stage. Please come support these talented students as they tell a very silly musical tale of the quest for the Holy Grail. Tickets and information can be found HERE
  • Red Clay will be performing with special guest Tom Cate at Bagitos Cafe on Thursday, 12/12 at 6:00 PM.


Click HERE for year-long MHS photos! 



Renée DeVore
Principal, Montpelier High School
Go Solons!
(she/her/hers)
Follow me on Twitter: @renee_devore

Montpelier Roxbury Public School District is on social media! Follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements alongside special features on students and teachers from Montpelier High School and throughout the district! 

Don’t forget to follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements!

November 21, 2019

Solon Salutes: November 21, 2019


Don't forget to get your tickets for the Winter Ball at Barre Auditorium on December 7th! 

ACADEMICS
SPORTS INFORMATION
  • Winter Sports Informational meeting for parents and students will be held on TONIGHT at 7 pm in the gym. 
  • For more news, information, and pictures from various sporting events, check out the MHS Sports Update. You can also follow up-to-date scores on Twitter by following Montpelier AD. 
ARTS INFORMATION
  • Solon Samba will be participating in the Winooski Valley Fall Music Festival coming up at Harwood Union High School today and tomorrow with performances by MHS starting at 7pm Friday, Nov. 22. 

ENRICHMENT INFORMATION
  • CENTRAL VERMONT CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE :Thursday, December 5th, 2019 from 5:30 Pm to 7:30 Pm The Central Vermont Career Center is the first step to an exciting career. Join us to learn more about our programs. Open to family, friends and the community. Central Vermont Career Center 155 Ayers Street, Suite 2, Barre, VT 0564www.GYtCC.Org

Click HERE for year-long MHS photos! 



Renée DeVore
Principal, Montpelier High School
Go Solons!
(she/her/hers)
Follow me on Twitter: @renee_devore

Montpelier Roxbury Public School District is on social media! Follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements alongside special features on students and teachers from Montpelier High School and throughout the district! 

Don’t forget to follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements!

November 13, 2019

Solon Salutes: November 14, 2019

Congratulations! 
Isaak Donahue made the North-South All-Star Senior football team! Kickoff is this Saturday at Castleton College's Dave Wolk Stadium. GO Isaak!  

Also, a big congratulations to this group who have become Solons on Board for the City of Montpelier: Sophia Clark and Alex Smart will be ex-officio members of the Homelessness Task Force; Evan Rohan was appointed to the Energy Committee, and Merrick Modun will be working with the Complete Streets Committee; and last Erin Kelley was appointed to the Tree Board. 

Do you need help for Thanksgiving? 

A group of MRPS parents did a fundraising campaign to provide assistance to families in our school community for Thanksgiving. We have $50 gift cards to Shaw’s to offer for Thanksgiving meal costs. If you are interested in receiving a gift certificate please contact Ellia Cohen, our School Social Worker. This will be on a first come, first serve basis, with no questions asked. Once our Social Worker hears from you, she will leave the gift card at the front office in an envelope with your name on it. 


Please contact our Social Worker, Ellia Cohen, for more information on accessing support during the holidays. Her confidential direct line is 225-8023, or she can be reached by email: ElliaCohen@mpsvt.org

ACADEMICS
GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT
  • A group of MRPS parents has started a fundraising campaign to provide assistance to families in our school community during the holiday season. Please click on the link above to donate. Please contact our Social Worker, Ellia Cohen, for more information on accessing support during the holidays. Her confidential direct line is 225-8023, or she can be reached by email: ElliaCohen@mpsvt.org .  Support Our Families Here
SPORTS INFORMATION
  • Winter Sports Informational meeting for parents and students will be held on November 21st at 7 pm in the gym. 
  • MHS is looking for qualified and excited applicants to fill two vacant coaching positions this winter! Girls JV Basketball Head Coach/Girls Varsity Basketball Head Coach. Any interested parties should send their resume to Athletic Director Matt Link (MatthewL@mpsvt.org).
  • For more news, information, and pictures from various sporting events, check out the MHS Sports Update. You can also follow up-to-date scores on Twitter by following Montpelier AD. 
ARTS INFORMATION
  • The MHS Fall Band, Choir, Orchestra Concert is TONIGHT at 7 pm in the MHS auditorium. Come and support our amazing fine arts groups!
  • Grease Auditions! - Believe it or not, Grease auditions are coming up in November!!! Audition Prep is November 17th with auditions November 19th-21st. Please see more information, including parent/student night, HERE.  
  • Logo Design Competition: Help us design a Logo for GREASE. The logo will be used on all posters, websites, programs, and promotional materials. Submission Deadline: November 15th. Please submit to Kianna Bromley
  • Solon Samba will be participating in the Winooski Valley Fall Music Festival coming up at Harwood Union High School Nov. 21-22 with performances by MHS starting at 7pm Friday, Nov. 22. 
CO-CURRICULAR  INFORMATION
  • WILD: I (Dave Bennett) am so incredibly proud of all students involved in the WILD program.  On this weekend's trip every single one of you showed, incredible respect for each other and all those you came into contact with, environmental stewardship, teamwork and leadership.  Your commitment to supporting each other and passion for learning not only allowed for you to be incredibly successful, but also inspired all those you came into contact with!  You all should be so proud of the work that you are doing! Danny Burns, Dany Jarvis, Sophia Clark, Alex Boes, Ethan Boreland, Liam Boyles, Gitvik Mamoria, Bryce Youk, Finn Cloward. Click HERE for pictures of students participating in WILD.
  • This is intended to be a safe space for all writers to practice the process of ‘workshopping’ drafts of work into completion. We will read, discuss, reflect and offer input in an environment of respect and mutual trust. There will be options for publication and resources available for support. Drew McNaughton will serve as advisor. He’s a former editor for an online fiction journal, a published writer of short fiction and nonfiction, and holds an MFA in Fiction Writing from the University of Montana. He likes words. 

ENRICHMENT INFORMATION
  • CENTRAL VERMONT CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE :Thursday, December 5th, 2019 from 5:30 Pm to 7:30 Pm The Central Vermont Career Center is the first step to an exciting career. Join us to learn more about our programs. Open to family, friends and the community. Central Vermont Career Center 155 Ayers Street, Suite 2, Barre, VT 0564www.GYtCC.Org

Click HERE for year-long MHS photos! 



Renée DeVore
Principal, Montpelier High School
Go Solons!
(she/her/hers)
Follow me on Twitter: @renee_devore

Montpelier Roxbury Public School District is on social media! Follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements alongside special features on students and teachers from Montpelier High School and throughout the district! 

Don’t forget to follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements!

November 8, 2019

MHS Newsletter: November 8, 2019


CELEBRATIONS

Congratulations to our very own Anne Watson for being a finalist for the first ever Athena Leadership Award. Way to go Anne! 
The ATHENA Award® was inspired by the goddess of Greek mythology known for her strength, courage, wisdom and enlightenment-qualities embodied in the ATHENA leadership model. The Award is unique in both scope-local, national and international-and the ATHENA mission upon which it is based. The ATHENA Award® is a nationwide program designed to honor those who are mentoring women in business and helping them strive to attain their highest level of accomplishment and leadership.

A Solon Salute to Luke Brassard, Gitvik Mamoria, Anja Samsom and Kearston Stoddard, who participated in Advanced Manufacturing Day this week to learn more about STEM and Advanced Manufacturing careers.  Here's a link to the Vermont Digger Article.  

ACADEMICS
  • Parent Conferences: Parent conferences will be taking place between November 18-26th which is different from the past. Teachers have opened up varied times to try and allow varied access for parents based on parent schedules. The link to sign up for conferences will opened on Monday, November 4th at 5 am. You may access the link https://ptcfast.com/schools/Montpelier_High_School . If you are having difficulty with this link, you can also go to our district page and scroll down to the bottom to MHS. If you do not have Internet access at a time that is conducive to scheduling, please call the MHS Office at 225-8000 for assistance.  Conference sign-ups are only available November 4 - November 13. We look forward to seeing you at Parent Conferences!
  • Check out our first publication this year of the Solon Spectrum (school newspaper)! 
GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT

  • A group of MRPS parents has started a fundraising campaign to provide assistance to families in our school community during the holiday season. Please click on the link above to donate. Please contact our Social Worker, Ellia Cohen, for more information on accessing support during the holidays. Her confidential direct line is 225-8023, or she can be reached by email: ElliaCohen@mpsvt.org .  Support Our Families Here

SPORTS INFORMATION
  • Winter Sports Informational meeting for parents and students will be held on November 21st at 7 pm in the gym. 
  • MHS is looking for qualified and excited applicants to fill two vacant coaching positions this winter! Girls JV Basketball Head Coach/Girls Varsity Basketball Head Coach. Any interested parties should send their resume to Athletic Director Matt Link (MatthewL@mpsvt.org).
  • For more news, information, and pictures from various sporting events, check out the MHS Sports Update. You can also follow up-to-date scores on Twitter by following Montpelier AD. 

ARTS INFORMATION
  • The MHS Fall Band, Choir, Orchestra Concert is Thursday, Nov. 14th at 7 pm in the MHS auditorium. Come and support our amazing fine arts groups!
  • Grease Auditions! - Believe it or not, Grease auditions are coming up in November!!! Audition Prep is November 17th with auditions November 19th-21st. Please see more information, including parent/student night, HERE.  
  • Logo Design Competition: Help us design a Logo for GREASE. The logo will be used on all posters, websites, programs, and promotional materials. Submission Deadline: November 15th. Please submit to Kianna Bromley
  • Solon Samba will be marching in the Veterans' Day Parade this year on Nov. 11 & the Winooski Valley Fall Music Festival is coming up at Harwood Union High School Nov. 21-22 with performances by MHS starting at 7pm Friday, Nov. 22. 

CO-CURRICULAR  INFORMATION
  • WILD: I (Dave Bennett) am so incredibly proud of all students involved in the WILD program.  On this weekend's trip every single one of you showed, incredible respect for each other and all those you came into contact with, environmental stewardship, teamwork and leadership.  Your commitment to supporting each other and passion for learning not only allowed for you to be incredibly successful, but also inspired all those you came into contact with!  You all should be so proud of the work that you are doing! Danny Burns, Dany Jarvis, Sophia Clark, Alex Boes, Ethan Boreland, Liam Boyles, Gitvik Mamoria, Bryce Youk, Finn Cloward. Click HERE for pictures of students participating in WILD.
  • This is intended to be a safe space for all writers to practice the process of ‘workshopping’ drafts of work into completion. We will read, discuss, reflect and offer input in an environment of respect and mutual trust. There will be options for publication and resources available for support. Drew McNaughton will serve as advisor. He’s a former editor for an online fiction journal, a published writer of short fiction and nonfiction, and holds an MFA in Fiction Writing from the University of Montana. He likes words. 

ENRICHMENT INFORMATION
  • Montpelier Fall Festival organizers would like to thank all of the participants who volunteered and sponsored the event! Click HERE to see the flyer~ 
  • 6-week after school fitness program for students grades 5-12th at Zenith, Montpelier’s fitness & movement studio is offering a It starts soon, Nov. 7th. Class meets on Thursdays from 3:15-4:15pm at Zenith’s studio, 50 Main Street. Parents may register for the whole 6-week series or pick and choose dates. Our goal is to keep students moving during the fall & winter months. 
  • CENTRAL VERMONT CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE :Thursday, December 5th, 2019 from 5:30 Pm to 7:30 Pm The Central Vermont Career Center is the first step to an exciting career. Join us to learn more about our programs. Open to family, friends and the community. Central Vermont Career Center 155 Ayers Street, Suite 2, Barre, VT 0564www.GYtCC.Org
Click HERE for year-long MHS photos! 



Renée DeVore
Principal, Montpelier High School
Go Solons!
(she/her/hers)
Follow me on Twitter: @renee_devore

Montpelier Roxbury Public School District is on social media! Follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements alongside special features on students and teachers from Montpelier High School and throughout the district! 

Don’t forget to follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements!

November 1, 2019

MHS Newsletter: November 1, 2019

ACADEMICS
  • Parent Conferences: Parent conferences will be taking place between November 18-26th which is different from the past. Teachers have opened up varied times to try and allow varied access for parents based on parent schedules. The link to sign up for conferences will open up on Monday, November 4th at 5 am. You may access the link https://ptcfast.com/schools/Montpelier_High_School . Due to the tight schedule, we encourage parents/guardians to sign-up online for 15 minute conferences with each teacher. Teachers will only be available to meet with parents/guardians who have scheduled appointments. If you do not have Internet access at a time that is conducive to scheduling, please call the MHS Office at 225-8000 for assistance.  Conference sign-ups are only available November 4 - November 13. We look forward to seeing you at Parent Conferences!
  • Nov. 6th: Late start and picture re-take day. MHS will start at 10:00 am. However, students are encouraged to come earlier should they need picture re-take
GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT
  • Attention Sophomores: Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership, or HOBY, is a youth leadership development organization. The HOBY mission is to inspire and develop a global community of youth dedicated to leadership, service, and innovation. The HOBY Leadership Seminar is a four day commitment, this year taking place May 21st-24th, 2020 at St. Michael’s College*. The focus is on leadership skill development, with a strong emphasis on community service *Please note that this is Memorial Day weekend and can be a busy time for school and athletic events. Please note that HOBY's policy is that the students must be in attendance for the entirety of the seminar.  We are encouraging all sophomores to apply for this great opportunity to explore how to lead and make a difference. Two students and an alternate will be selected to represent MHS at no cost to you. See your guidance counselor if you want more information. Interested applicants should submit an entry answering the following question:
    • What does being an effective leader mean to you? Please cite examples of these qualities in action. You may draw on your experience from leadership you have witnessed in your school, community, government, or leaders from history.
    • Students may choose to answer to this question in one of a variety of ways (e.g., video, audio  clip, written essay - maximum one page). Entries should be submitted to Guidance by November 1, 2019.
  • For SENIORS: The VSAC Financial Aid Forms Night is a hands-on workshop to help parents of seniors and seniors complete the 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid(FAFSA).  ANY student wanting consideration for federal or college based grants or scholarships must complete the FAFSA.  No student is considered for college based scholarships unless they have also completed the FAFSA.  Help is available in the workshop to complete the FAFSA and the Vermont Grant application.  Only minimal support is available for completing the CSS Profile. This workshop is only for parents of seniors and students graduating from high school in 2020. PLEASE go to www.studentaid.gov/fsaid and create a “Federal Student Aid ID” before coming in.  The student and one parent MUST have create their own separate “FSA ID”.  Students must also have a “MyVSAC” account - go here to develop that account: https://secureacctaccess.vsac.org/myvsac/.  Only the student needs this account. In order to complete the financial aid applications this evening the following forms are  necessary:
  • 2018 Federal income taxes with all schedules for both student and parents
  • Documents that list taxed and untaxed income for 2018 including SS and/or disability benefits
  • Monthly Reach UP family Assistance and food stamps/Vermont 3 Squares
  • Current balance of checking and savings for both student and parents
  • Child support paid and/or received in 2018
  • Home value and debt (if applicable)
  • Farm value and debt (if applicable)
  • Business value and debt (if applicable)
  • Investment value and debt (if applicable)
Parents and students must know their email and password to access email
  • GAP YEAR INFO NIGHT, Nov. 5 at 6 pm at MHS: Are you thinking about taking a gap year after high school? Montpelier High School is hosting an informational presentation with gap year expert Julia Rogers on Tuesday, November 5th from 6-7 pm. The presentation will cover the benefits, challenges and opportunities surrounding the gap year option. Julia will also cover the variety of programs available, how to plan for college deferment, goal-setting and how to keep it within your family's budget.  For more information, visit enroutegapyear.com or the Facebook Event Page.

SPORTS INFORMATION
  • Winter Sports Informational meeting for parents and students will be held on November 21st at 7 pm in the gym. 
  • MHS is looking for qualified and excited applicants to fill two vacant coaching positions this winter! Girls JV Basketball Head Coach/Girls Varsity Basketball Head Coach. Any interested parties should send their resume to Athletic Director Matt Link (MatthewL@mpsvt.org).
  • For more news, information, and pictures from various sporting events, check out the MHS Sports Update. You can also follow up-to-date scores on Twitter by following Montpelier AD. 

ARTS INFORMATION
  • A Midsummer Night's Dream opens on November 1st! The tech team has been creating columns with paper mache every night this week until 8pm! Come sit in the new cushioned seats, check out the all-new LED lights, and enjoy a 1-hour adaptation of a Shakespeare classic. Tickets are ON SALE HERE
  • Grease Auditions! - Believe it or not, Grease auditions are coming up in November!!! Audition Prep is November 17th with auditions November 19th-21st. 
  • Logo Design Competition: Help us design a Logo for GREASE. The logo will be used on all posters, websites, programs, and promotional materials. Submission Deadline: November 15th. Please submit to Kianna Bromley
  • Solon Samba will be marching in the Veterans' Day Parade this year on Nov. 11 & the Winooski Valley Fall Music Festival is coming up at Harwood Union High School Nov. 21-22 with performances by MHS starting at 7pm Friday, Nov. 22. 
  • The MHS Fall Choral Concert is Friday, Nov. 14th at 7 pm in the MHS auditorium.
DISTRICT INFORMATION
  • Employment Opportunity: The Montpelier Roxbury School District has two openings for second shift custodians.  Hours are 2:00-10:30 p.m.  These positions qualify for a shift differential.  Interested candidates can pick up an application at the District Central Office at Montpelier High School or submit an application via SchoolSpring.com.  For further information about these positions, please contact Heather Michaud, Human Resource Coordinator, at 225-8682 or at heatherm@mpsvt.org
CO-CURRICULAR  INFORMATION
  • For a list of co-curricular opportunities this year, please click HERE for more information.
  • This is intended to be a safe space for all writers to practice the process of ‘workshopping’ drafts of work into completion. We will read, discuss, reflect and offer input in an environment of respect and mutual trust. There will be options for publication and resources available for support. Drew McNaughton will serve as advisor. He’s a former editor for an online fiction journal, a published writer of short fiction and nonfiction, and holds an MFA in Fiction Writing from the University of Montana. He likes words. 

ENRICHMENT INFORMATION
  • Montpelier Fall Festival organizers would like to thank all of the participants who volunteered and sponsored the event! Click HERE to see the flyer~ 
  • 6-week after school fitness program for students grades 5-12th at Zenith, Montpelier’s fitness & movement studio is offering a It starts soon, Nov. 7th. Class meets on Thursdays from 3:15-4:15pm at Zenith’s studio, 50 Main Street. Parents may register for the whole 6-week series or pick and choose dates. Our goal is to keep students moving during the fall & winter months. 
  • Halloween Candy Drop Off: Today-November 5th in the main office lobby: This Halloween, local trick-or-treaters will join kids across the country when they donate their extra Halloween candy to Operation Gratitude at local collection sites. The sweet treats will be included along with handwritten thank you letters in Care Packages sent to U.S. Service Members deployed overseas, and hand delivered to Veterans and First Responders serving in their local communities. Operation Gratitude ​is a national nonprofit organization that provides tangible ways to forge strong bonds between Americans and their Military and First Responder heroes through volunteer service projects, acts of gratitude, and meaningful engagements in communities nationwide. Through its customized Care Package programs, Operation Gratitude has provided opportunities for millions of Americans to say “Thank You” to more than 2.3 million of our nation’s Heroes since 2003.  Other items that can be donated are:  All Purpose Wipes (Single & 30ct Packs or Less) Batteries (“AA” and/or “AAA”) Deodorant (Travel Size, non-aerosol) Drink Mix  (Individual Serving Packets . Foot Powder(Travel Size, Gum, Hand Warmers, Jerky (Individual Bags), Lip Balm, Pencils (Mechanical preferred), Playing Cards, Puzzle Books (7″x10″ preferred size), Sewing Kits (Travel size), Socks (Black Crew Length), Sunscreen (Travel Size, non-aerosol), Beanie Babies, Webkinz, or other Small Plush Toys → (6 inches or smaller) Knit or Crocheted Scarves and Hats → Cool Ties → Paracord Survival Bracelets →
  • CENTRAL VERMONT CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE :Thursday, December 5th, 2019 from 5:30 Pm to 7:30 Pm The Central Vermont Career Center is the first step to an exciting career. Join us to learn more about our programs. Open to family, friends and the community. Central Vermont Career Center 155 Ayers Street, Suite 2, Barre, VT 05641 www.GYtCC.Org
Click HERE for year-long MHS photos! 



Renée DeVore
Principal, Montpelier High School
Go Solons!
(she/her/hers)
Follow me on Twitter: @renee_devore

Montpelier Roxbury Public School District is on social media! Follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements alongside special features on students and teachers from Montpelier High School and throughout the district! 

Don’t forget to follow @MRPSVT on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter for important news and announcements!

MHS Newsletter: December 13, 2019

A big Solon Salute goes out to Nathan LaRosa who became the Times Argus Player of the year! Congrats Nathan!  Congratulat...