Bus runs will be combined today, Monday, May 16, 2022. Students who normally ride bus #2 will ride bus #10 home. Students may get home up to 45 minutes later than their usual time. We appreciate everyone’s continued patience and understanding.
3 months ago, Pete Kelto
MUNISING ACADEMIC AWARDS NIGHT Last Wednesday, May 11th at 7:00pm The Munising High School Staff & Parents honored dozens of student scholars in grades 9-12. It was a nice night! We are proud of our Mustang Scholars :-)
3 months ago, Mike Travis
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MUNISING LION'S "UNDER THE LIGHTS" TRACK & FIELD INVITATIONAL FRIDAY, MAY 13TH, 2022 - MUSTANG STADIUM - VARNUM STREET START = 6:15PM FIELD EVENTS; 6:30PM RUNNING EVENTS ADMISSION = $5 ADULTS; $3 STUDENTS & SENIOR CITIZENS 62+ PARKING = SPECTATORS/VISITORS MUST PARK ON THE STREET OR AT MATHER ELEMENTARY - PARKING AT MUSTANGS STADIUM IS FOR EVENT WORKERS ONLY. CONTACT katie.anderson@mps-up.com for questions.
3 months ago, Mike Travis
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MUSTANG BOY'S TENNIS SCHEDULE UPDATE: Note: A new invitational at Negaunee has been added for May 21st. Please refer to the schedule below.
3 months ago, Mike Travis
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Bus runs will not be combined today, Tuesday, May 10. Students on all buses should get home at their normal times.
3 months ago, Pete Kelto
MUSTANG ATHLETICS CANCELATIONS NOTICE TODAY 5/10 VARSITY TRACK & FIELD MEET & BOYS' TENNIS MATCH CANCELED Due to predicted strong thunderstorms this afternoon/evening and a recommendation by the Marquette Weather Service, Stephenson Schools has canceled the Lions Invitational Track & Field Meet today and Gwinn has canceled the Boys' Tennis Match. If these events are rescheduled, the new dates and times will be shared.
3 months ago, Mike Travis
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Bus runs will be combined on Tuesday, May 10, Wednesday, May 11, and Thursday, May 12 to take students home at the end of the day. Students who normally ride bus #10 will ride bus #2 home. Students may get home up to 45 minutes later than their usual time. We appreciate everyone’s continued patience and understanding.
3 months ago, Pete Kelto
Bus runs will again be combined on Thursday, May 5 and Friday, May 6 to take students home at the end of the day. On Thursday, students who normally ride bus #2 will ride bus #10 home. On Friday, students who normally ride bus #10 will ride bus #2 home. Students may get home up to 45 minutes later than their usual time. There will also be no crossing guard on M-28 at the Middle/High School from Thursday, May 5 through Friday, May 27. Students should be extra cautious crossing the highway to and from school. We appreciate everyone’s continued patience and understanding.
3 months ago, Pete Kelto
MUSTANG SUMMER SCHOOL 2022 FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 6-12 Summer School for Grades 6-8 will held "in person" at Mather Elementary with Mr. Burtis and Mrs. McDougall from 9:00-12:00 Monday-Thursday from August 1st through August 25th. Transportation and Lunch will be provided. Middle School Students that have low or failing grades this year in Math, English, Science, or Social Studies should enroll in Summer School. Middle School students that have failed one or more core subject may be retained in the current grade for next year unless they participate in Summer School. High School Summer School will be VIRTUAL from July 12th through August 18th with students enrolling in 1 or 2 Edgenuity courses. Mrs. Albright (room 2223) and Mrs. Miles (room 2234) will be providing "in person" support from 9:00-12:00 for virtual High School Summer School Students on Tuesdays and Thursdays from July 12th through August 18th. During Summer School, High School Students will be required to attend an Online Orientation Google Meet with Mrs. Albright and Mrs. Miles at 9:00am on July 12th as well as short progress checks through Google Meets with Mrs. Albright and Mrs. Miles on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 9:00-12:00, however they can contact them at any time for questions or assistance in unlocking tests. Subject area support will be provided to high school students as needed from properly certified Munising teachers as follows: English=Gaynor; Math=Albright; Science=McDougall; Social Studies=Burtis. Mrs. Ludecke may also be providing some hands-on science learning for Middle School Students during Summer School in the Hoop House. Mr. Mattson will soon be sending invitation letters with sign up forms to Middle and High School Students that should enroll in Summer School. If you have questions regarding sign up, please contact Mr. Mattson at matt.mattson@mps-up.com.
3 months ago, Mike Travis
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Bus runs will again be combined this week on Monday, May 2 and Tuesday, May 3 to take students home at the end of the day. All students who normally ride bus #10 will ride bus #2 home. Students may get home up to 45 minutes later than their usual time.
3 months ago, Pete Kelto
MUNISING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TOUR NMU & JACOBETTI TECHNOLOGY CENTER Today (4/29) juniors Steven Kelley and Connor Steinhoff along with sophomore, Jasper Polmatier, and freshman, Kimberly LaGrande explored the university campus and the state of the art career and technical programs available to high school and college students at the Jacobetti Center. The students were especially interested in the Automotive Technology and Welding programs. Steven and Connor have applied to attend the Jacobetti next year as seniors. Thank you to Mr. Tyner and Mrs. Miles for setting up and chaperoning the trip! Go Stangs!
3 months ago, Mike Travis
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MS MUSTANG TRACK UPDATE: Reminder - The MS Track Meet scheduled for today (4/27) has been postponed due to temperatures in the low to mid 30’s and wind chills in the teens. When a new date/time has been set we will communicate it out.
3 months ago, Mike Travis
Bus runs will be combined this week on Thursday, April 28 and Friday, April 29 to take students home at the end of the day. All students who normally ride bus #10 will ride bus #2 home. Students may get home up to 45 minutes later than their usual time. Munising Public Schools continues to have positions available for substitute bus drivers. Contact Pete Kelto at 906-202-0727 for more information.
3 months ago, Pete Kelto
OUTSTANDING MUNISING MUSTANGS RECOGNIZED @ 2022 EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION AWARDS CEREMONY FOR MARQUETTE & ALGER COUNTIES - MONDAY, APRIL 25TH - NMU NORTHERN CENTER, 6:00PM. Congratulations to Outstanding Students, Madeline Cole, Maci Cornish, and Valerie Johnson as their hard work and passion for learning led to their receipt of this award and the scholarships they all received. These 3 students named Munising High School Math/Science Teachers, Mandy Frantti and Jim Cotey as their most influential educators. Thank you to Mandy and Jim for "making a difference" for these students and all Mustang students. Additionally, Mandy Frantti and Munising Preschool Teacher, Elisheba Petersen were awarded grants to help pay for additional education and special projects in their classrooms. Mustang Pride!
3 months ago, Mike Travis
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MUNISING MUSTANGS SOFTBALL GAME CANCELATION With game time temps predicted to be 26 degrees with a 15 mph NNW wind, the double-header home games tomorrow (Tuesday 4/26) against Bark River-Harris have been canceled.
3 months ago, Mike Travis
SEEKING DONATIONS: MUNISING HIGH SCHOOL ADVANCES 3 STUDENTS TO FORENSICS STATE FINALS. On April 28, Munising’s team will collaborate with Westwood High School to send the students on a charter bus to compete in the MIFA State Finals sponsored event. Munising has qualified at least one student to participate in the BCD Michigan Interscholastic Forensics Association statewide event for at least two decades or more. Fortunately, this year’s event will be in person instead of via zoom meetings. Unfortunately, due to the expense of hotels, judging, transportation and participation, the team’s past fundraising will be largely depleted. Students will have a very lengthy Saturday, April 29 of competition, anywhere from 8-12 hours for the 12 different categories, initial rounds, semi-finals, and final rounds. Friday will be used for practice, and Sunday for an early afternoon return. Forensics provides students the opportunity to represent the Munising Public School District at the state level. These Mustangs will travel to Troy High School to face hundreds of contestants at levels B, C, and D levels–all at the same time. Class A will have its own separate tournament. Forensics competitors specialize in public speaking using evidence, show huge confidence and problem solving, and two of the three competitors were ranked in the top 10 in the state last year. Munising will be hosting a public viewing of our state finalists at the high school around noon on Friday, April 22. If you are interested in viewing the performances or helping to sponsor a student, please contact Coach Heather Nayback. The estimated meal costs for this trip are at least $300 per student, excluding the coach. We are asking for community support to help give our students a great opportunity to showcase our public speaking skills and theatrical talent. Any donations would be greatly appreciated! Thank you for your continued support of the Munising Community! Donations may be made by check (preferred) or cash. Please make checks payable to "Munising High School" and write "Forensics State Finals" in the check memo line. Checks or cash may be dropped off in the office or mailed to: Munising Middle-High School 810 State Hwy. M-28 West Munising, MI 49862 Please direct questions to Heather Nayback at heather.nayback@mps-up.com or at her personal cell at 906 202 9098 and leave a voicemail or text message.
4 months ago, Mike Travis
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MUNISING MUSTANG SOFTBALL UPDATE: Due to ongoing snow, cold, rain, and unplayable field conditions, both of the away games this week have been canceled (Norway 4/18 & Stephenson 4/21). Attempts to reschedule these away games are currently being made. We are tentatively slated to host our first home games with doubleheaders on Tuesday 4/26 against Bark River-Harris at 4:00/6:00pm and Thursday 4/28 against Superior Central at 4:00/6:00pm if field conditions allow. Thank you to everyone for your patience and understanding with Mother Nature....Spring is bound to arrive!
4 months ago, Mike Travis
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Bus runs will be combined three days this week to take students home at the end of the day. On Tuesday, April 19, all students who normally ride bus #2 will ride bus #10 home. On Wednesday, April 20, and Friday, April 22, all students who normally ride bus #10 will ride bus #2 home. Students may get home up to 45 minutes later than their usual time.
4 months ago, Pete Kelto
MUNISING ART 7 STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT POLYNESIAN CULTURE AS THEY MAKE HAWAIIAN TIKI MASKS IN MRS. SONTAG’S CLASS. Originally the masks were used to represent the four gods and to frighten evil spirits.
4 months ago, Mike Travis
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MUNISING HIGH SCHOOL MIFA FORENSICS TEAM CONTINUES TO ENJOY SUCCESS - Under the direction of Coach Heather Nayback, the team of Allie Johns DeVries, Jocelyn Smith, and Eridinn Nayback continue to bring home the hardware. In competition at Westwood just prior to spring break, Eridinn helped to coach the team while Jocelyn placed 2nd in Storytelling and Allie placed 4th in Extemporaneous Speaking. The team will compete virtually this Saturday (4/16) for Regionals and will then travel to Troy High School to compete at the MIFA State Finals on April 29th & 30th. Please wish the girls luck!
4 months ago, Mike Travis
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