PACK Day April 17
Field Trips planned
Bike Trip Training
Mouse Trap car building
Sci 10 Spreadsheets
English 30-1 Essay
Social 30-2 Project recovery
Math/Sci/ English Recovery
Arts and Crafts
Group Art Project Wolf Mural
Tissue Paper Flower arrangements
Japanese Clay Lanterns
MCTV 20th Anniversary Episode ft. MCTV Alumni
Take a moment to go back into MCHS history and see how MCTV has evolved over the past 20 Years! Mr. Boutestein and the MCTV crew have been doing their TV show at Morinville Community High School since the doors opened in 1994.
Click HERE for the the 20th Anniversary Episode (may not play on mobile devices)
Scheduled to appear on the broadcast are:
Allen Gould (founding producer from season 1)
Mark Woollven (seasons 1, 2 & 3 - currently working for iNews880 in Edmonton)
Michel de Ocampo (season 2 host)
Jocelyn Boissonneault (seasons 3 & 4 - currently working for CBC French in Calgary)
Tiffany Akins (season 1 - currently working as a public relations specialist in Vancouver)
Estelle Clements (seasons 3 & 4 - currently working on her PhD in Media)
Justin Pautonnier (seasons 9, 10 & 11 - currently working as a DJ at Big Country 93.1 in Grande Prairie)
Steve Dyer (seasons 14, 15 & 16 - currently working as an editor at CTV in Edmonton)
Tim Evans (seasons 16, 17, 18 & 19 - completing final semester of Radio & Television Arts at NAIT).
PACK Day Schedule Mar. 20th, 2015
Click HERE for this Friday's PACK Day Schedule
Transition Planning for Adulthood Spring 2015
DID YOU KNOW?
That MCHS is the only high school in Canada that is offering a university level English to eligible Grade 12 students, allowing our students to earn regular university credits while still in high school.
MCHS' positive behaviour supports program has a HOWLS lunch every month for students who have earned a HOWLS ticket. The last HOWLS lunch saw 202 students receive lunch! HOWLS tickets are given to students who have shown Honour - Ownership - Welcoming- Leadership- Safety at MCHS.
MCHS offers an Urban Agriculture course where students experience the farm to table lifestyle first-hand. This course offers students a hands on approach to learning. They participate in butchery, canning, pickling, growing and go on numerous field trips.
MCHS is the place to be!
Excellent Report Card for MCHS! (click on image)
Twice a year Alberta Education releases a 'report card' on each school in the province, using results from student, parent and teacher surveys, along with hard data from students on Provincial Achievement Tests, Diploma Exams and other measures related to Grade 12 students. This is the Accountability Pillar for each school and each school district in the province.
The results are the strongest that they have been for MCHS in the 10 years that Alberta Education has been reporting on schools in this manner. The stellar report for MCHS is due to the work that students, parents and faculty have been part of for the past year and beyond. Our students and communities are the beneficiaries of this and this report again highlights the fact that MCHS is one of the top high schools in Alberta.
Access to the full report (196 pages) is available on our school website and on the Alberta Education website.
Thank you for your continued support of your children and the students of MCHS.
Check Out PACK Day at MCHS - Our Version of Using Flex Time
MCHS hosts 4 PACK Days per semester to offer students a variety of learning opportunities. Students had over 50 opportunities to learn something new: Everything from Public Speaking, Jujitsu, World Cooking, Wood Carving, Salsa Making, Graduate Retreat, Time Travel Discussion, 60's - 70's Classic Rock Discussion to name only a hand full of sessions. Students were also given the chance to get extra help in any subject. Great Day!
MCTV News - Latest Episode
MCHS' source for news, weather and sports is now online!
MCTV News - Seasons 1 to 20
Student School Survey : Click HERE
Student Strength Finder Survey - Click HERE
Instructions for Student Strength Finder: Select REGISTER (top right hand corner of page) then INSERT CODE (case sensitive). Please use your school email when filling in the information prior to the survey being completed (example: email@example.com). Then select a security question - English language - make your password the same as the one you log into the school computers with. When finished please print out your 5 signature strenths.