Summer School

Register for Summer School here. 

Contact: Mr. Chris Gray, MHS Summer School Principal

Food Service Information

Letter from Mr. Gray

May 11, 2020 - 
MHS will offer virtual courses for summer school for incoming students in grades 9-12 on June 1-June 26. 

Credit recovery, Personal Finance, and Health will be offered online to students in grades 10-12. Health will be offered for incoming freshmen. Students who participate in summer school will need a device and access to the Internet. Incoming freshmen who need a device may pick up a Chromebook on May 28 between 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the high school. 

Summer school students will be offered virtual support from a current MHS teacher as well as an orientation to the online class. Each class is self-paced. Students may enroll in more than one class. 

We have offered virtual classes for students for many years so, although an entire summer school online is a new concept, it’s not an unfamiliar option for our staff and students. We feel that this is the best option at this time to provide learning for our students while also protecting the health and safety of our students, staff, and community. 


Mr. Chris Gray
MHS Summer School Principal

Letter from Dr. Templeton

May 8, 2020
- As we all continue to adjust to planning for events during COVID-19, it has been determined that we will need to make changes to our summer school program. Unfortunately, we will not hold in-person summer school for PreK-12th grade this summer. However, we will provide online summer school for high school students in credit recovery, Personal Finance, and Health. 

More information regarding registration will be forthcoming in an email to incoming 9-12 MHS parents and students. The online summer school will run from June 1 - June 26. Students will need a device and Internet access to participate in the self-paced classes.

Thank you for your continued patience and flexibility. We feel that this is the best option to provide learning to our students while also protecting the health and safety of our students, staff, and community. Stay safe and healthy.

Zach Templeton, Superintendent