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To Parents of Students in Grades 7-12   The second marking period for this school year ends January 22nd, we are now at the mid-point of the marking period. I encourage you to check your child’s grades and contact their teachers if you have any concerns.    PowerSchool has been upgraded to "single parent sign-in".   Please use the instructions that were sent home in the summer mailing to set up a parent account. If you have trouble accessing the portal please contact the Guidance Office 201-444-7400 ext. 212.   If you have any questions regarding grades please contact your child’s teacher. I encourage you to check your child’s grades throughout the school year and contact their teachers if you have any concerns.    Report cards will go online January 29th   Nicholas Capuano Principal
Posted by NCapuano  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:42 AM
  
 To Parents of Students in Grades 7-12   The third marking period for this school year ends April 8th, we are now at the mid-point of the quarter.   Parents have the ability to access their child’s grades through the PowerSchool Parent Portal; a link to the portal is on the high school home page.    If you have any questions regarding grades please contact your child’s teacher. I encourage you to check your child’s grades throughout the school year and contact their teachers if you have any concerns.    If you have trouble accessing the portal please contact the Guidance Office 201-444-7400 ext. 212.   Report cards will go online April 15th   Nicholas Capuano Principal  
Posted by NCapuano  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:42 AM
  
Dear Parent/Guardian of Students in Grades 9-12, The Borough of Midland Park in cooperation with the Bergen County Department of Health Services, would like to train 30 High School Students in mental health “first aid” in an effort to reduce the stigma associated with seeking mental health services.  This interactive workshop will feature a PowerPoint, videos, group activities and a presentation on signs and symptoms of mental health and substance abuse issues, as well as resources for getting help. Should your son/daughter be interested in signing up for this training, please open the attachment for further information, dates and times of training, and a permission slip.  This course will be offered on a first come basis.  The course will be full once 30 students are registered.  All permissions slips must be received by Monday, November 9, 2015.  Permissions slips should returned to the attention of Mr. Rush. Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Mr. Craig Rush, Student Assistance Counselor, at crush@mpsnj.org  or 201-444-7400 ext. 206. Information Flyer and Permission Slip (click the hyperlink to access the flyer and permission slip)     Sincerely, Nicholas Capuano, Principal
Posted by Ctreta  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:41 AM
  
January, 2017   Dear Parent:   Midland Park Continuing Education is offering the New S.A.T. Prep classes for students this spring.   This program will provide the necessary preparation in order to improve your child’s performance on this very important test required for college admission.  Students may register for the English section, Math section, or both.  Classes are taught by experienced and certified teachers at Midland Park High School.    Early registration is recommended in order to guarantee your child’s placement in this program.  Additional registration forms are available at www.mpsnj.org and select Continuing Education.   Please call the MPCE office at 201-444-2030 for further information. Registration Form (click the hyperlink to view the form)   Sincerely,     Nicholas Capuano Principal
Posted by NCapuano  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:41 AM
  
August, 2016   Dear Parent:   Midland Park Continuing Education is offering the New S.A.T. Prep classes for students this fall.   This program will provide the necessary preparation in order to improve your child’s performance on this very important test required for college admission.  Students may register for the English section, Math section, or both.  Classes are taught by experienced and certified teachers at Midland Park High School.    Early registration is recommended in order to guarantee your child’s placement in this program.  Additional registration forms are available at www.mpsnj.org and select Continuing Education.   Please call the MPCE office at 201-444-2030 for further information. Registration Form (click the hyperlink to view the form)   Sincerely,     Nicholas Capuano Principal  
Posted by NCapuano  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:41 AM
  
MPHS Ski Club is offering 4 trips to Mountain Creek with transportation this winter to all students in Grades 7-12.  Season Passes are also available for purchase at a discount.  If a season pass is purchased by October 31, there is a $20 savings.  Optional rental equipment includes free helmet and damage insurance.  There are 2 different meal vouchers to choose from as well. The 4 trip dates are after school on Tuesdays, January 5, 12, 26 & February 2, 2016 with make-up dates of February 9 & 23 and March 1, 2016. Anyone interested can come into the MPCE office for log-on/password information in order to sign-up/purchase passes online and to get the necessary paperwork or see the attached information packet(click the hyperlink to view the packet).  The transportation fee must be paid to MPCE.  Deadline for online group purchases is November 23, 2015 and all paperwork plus bus money must be returned to the Continuing Education office by November 23, 2015.  Options for family and friends to purchase discounted mid-week/all access season passes, meal vouchers and fun packs are available. The chaperones, Jeffrey Peters and David Hershberger, are both elementary school teachers who have been running the ski club at MPHS for the past 6 years.  The next MPHS Ski Club meeting is scheduled for November 12 at 3:05 pm in Room 50. Call or e-mail the MPCE office for further information.
Posted by Ctreta  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:40 AM
  
October 20, 2016 Dear Parents/Guardians: Midland Park High School participated in a law enforcement activity today involving local and county officials and resources.  These resources included the use of canine officers.  This activity was a planned initiative of our school district and local law enforcement personnel.  This cooperative and proactive initiative is aimed at maintaining a safe and secure school environment for all members of our school community. The activity that took place on Thursday, October 20, 2016 is part of a continuing and evolving plan, which includes educational activities, prevention activities and enforcement activities.  The use of local and county police resources, including canine patrol, may be repeated at various times for the remainder of the school year and in the future.  Today’s activities were cooperatively planned and implemented, so too will all future educational, preventative, and enforcement efforts.  It is the intention of all facets of our school community – students, teachers, parents, law enforcement, and school district personnel – to maintain a safe, secure, and substance-free school environment.  Our students, faculty, staff and community deserve no less. Our efforts in this area will continue as we strive to maintain an appropriate school environment.  Should you have any questions or wish to provide pertinent information, please feel free to contact us.  We hope that we will have your support in this important and timely activity.  It is our goal in continuing these initiatives and to maintain a safe and substance-free school environment. ​ Sincerely, Nicholas Capuano Principal
Posted by NCapuano  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:40 AM
  
To Parents of Students in Grades 7-12 The second marking period for this school year ends January 27th, we are now at the mid-point of the marking period. I encourage you to check your child’s grades and contact their teachers if you have any concerns.  If you have trouble accessing the parent portal please contact the Guidance Office 201-444-7400 ext. 212. Report cards will go online February 3rd. Nicholas Capuano Principal
Posted by NCapuano  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:39 AM
  
To Parents of Students in Grades 7-12 The first marking period ends November 4th , we are now at the mid-point of the marking period.  Parents have the ability to access their child’s grades through the PowerSchool Parent Portal; a link to the portal is on the high school home page.    PowerSchool has been upgraded to "single parent sign-in".   Please use the instructions that were sent home in the summer mailing to set up a parent account. If you have trouble accessing the portal please contact the Guidance Office 201-444-7400 ext. 212.   If you have any questions regarding grades please contact your child’s teacher. I encourage you to check your child’s grades throughout the school year and contact their teachers if you have any concerns.    Report cards will go online November 13th.   Nicholas Capuano Principal
Posted by Ctreta  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:39 AM
  
To the Parents of students in Grades 7-11   Course scheduling for the 2016-2017 school year begins on Wednesday, January 20th and Thursday, January 21st.  Students will select their elective courses in the Media Center with the aid of their guidance counselors.  The course selection sheets and graduation requirements can be found on the Midland Park High School website under “Guidance”. If you have questions or would like further clarification on these courses, please contact your student’s guidance counselor. Ms. Fasciano, ext. 214 – Last names: A-Le  nfasciano@mpsnj.org Ms. Chase, ext. 213 – Last names: Li-Z    lchase@mpsnj.org   Nicholas Capuano Principal
Posted by NCapuano  On Sep 17, 2018 at 9:39 AM
  
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