Mendon Middle High School

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Welcome

Mendon Middle High School serves approximately 400 students in grades 6 through 12 . If you would like a tour of the building or information about the school, please contact the building secretary, Jan Griffith, at 269-496-8491.

Mendon Middle High School Great Characteristics

  • Teachers are Highly Qualified in all relevant areas
  • The core curriculum is aligned with state benchmarks
  • State of the art technology is in every classroom
  • Over one third of our students participate in athletics
Questions regarding Mendon Middle High School: Please contact the Middle High School Main Office at 269-496-8491 or email jgriffith@mendonschools.org.
 
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Parents or students may log in to Powerschool and view grades or attendance. Please contact the Mendon High School Guidance Office at 269-496-9944 and request a user id and password if needed.
 
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Please log in to the Honeywell Instant Alert Site and change or add phone numbers, texting information, or e-mail information if it has changed or you are not receiving Honeywell messages from school. If you have questions or are a new user please call 269-496-9944.
 

Information

  • Handbook Highlights
    Please checkout the Student Handbook page for handbook highlights. This includes dress code updates as well as some other areas of the handbook. The entire 2013-2014 handbook is available on the Student Hand Book page as well.
     
    Bell Schedule Changes
    The school schedule has changed. Our Academic Center has been moved to the end of the day. For the complete schedule please click on publications on the tabs above.
     
    Advanced Courses and Electives
    Mendon High School offers a variety of elective classes including Art, Band, Physical Education, Spanish and Desktop Publishing. Career and Technical Education classes are also available. Advanced Placement classes and a large a variety of online electives are also available to students. Please contact the Guidance Office to discuss particular career path options for students. Mendon Middle School offers core classes aligned with Common Core Benchmarks as well as focus classes for math and reading to provide extra support for struggling students. 
     
    Curriculum Guide
    For a listing of curricular offerings at Mendon Middle High School please click on the Curriculum tab above to access the 2013-2014 Curriculum Guide.
     
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    Student Survey 
     

    Students - Tell us what you think of the Middle/High School by filling out the survey using the link below.

     
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    For our 3rd marking period reward trip, students went outside for the last part of the day to play kickball, volleyball, football and Frisbee . To be eligible, students had to have at least a 70% in each of their classes as well as no major discipline infractions during the marking period.
     
    Each student received a prize which ranged from candy bars,Nerf Balls to iTunes, Applebee's and Subway gift cards.
     
    For the 4th marking period Reward Trip students will be attending a Battle Creek Bomber's baseball game on June 2nd. 
     
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    Mrs. Westra and Mr. Kuiper took a group of advanced 6th, 7th, and 8th grade math students to the annual Middle School Meet at Southwestern Michigan College to compete against 20 other local schools on topics such as data analysis, probability, geometry, number operations, number theory, functions, and algebraic operations
     
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       Mendon Career Prep students took a tour of Kalamazoo College and Western Michigan University on Monday May 4, 2015.  Some of the subjects discussed were admission requirements, curriculum selection, graduation rates, tuition, student loans, living expenses, and many other topics related to the College and University.
     
       Kids also toured through various departments and buildings on both campuses and received a lot of information from both schools, who were very gracious in hosting us. 
     
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  • HS Quiz
     
     
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    Congratulations to the High School Quiz Bowl Team on their 5th place finish on March 30. The questions were hard, but the team showed they knew their stuff. Pictured (from left): Garrett Russell, Austin Yunker, Dylan Clark, Tanner Batten, Angela Smith, Madison Weinberg. 
     
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    Congratulations to the Middle School Quiz Bowl Team on their 5th place finish on March 25. They worked hard, showed their brains, and made Mendon proud. Pictured (from left): Paige Russell, Traven Van Oss, Abigail Gaertner, Jeremiah Vroman, Kerrigan Gage, Cierra Nightingale. 
     
     
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    Mendon 8th Grades "Erupt" Into Christmas Break
        This past week, the 8th grade class at Mendon Middle School have been creating models of major volcanoes around the world.  After learning about volcanoes, how they form, types, and characteristics of volcanoes, students were put into groups and asked to replicate some of the top volcanoes around the world.
     
           Students had to not only research their volcano, but also create a small scale replica that had to make some type of eruption.  Volcanic eruptions included vinegar and baking soda, elephant toothpaste, and the all-time favorite, Coke and Mentos.  
     
     
    Picture:  Shane Patnoude uses Coke and Mentos to erupt his volcano.
     
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    Junior Class "Leaves" our Community Tidy!
     
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       The Junior Class of 2016 took advantage of a lovely Sunday afternoon to rake leaves for community members in need of assistance, as well as the Mendon Township Carnegie Library. Kim Foghino, librarian at the library, was very grateful to the students for all their hard work. Thank you Juniors for keeping our community looking beautiful!
     
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  • Science is Sweet!

        Mrs. Jergen's 7th grade Science classes have been studying the different states of matter. As an experiment in her class, the students made ice cream to explain the states of matter. They used milk, cream, sugar, salt and vanilla to change the liquids into a solid. The students enjoyed their fun, yet yummy, experiment!!
     
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Annoucements

Mendon Middle School Toy Drive for the St. Joseph County United Way

 

The Mendon Middle School Federation students hosted a stuffed animal toy drive during the month of November in order to donate toys to children in need for the holiday season.  After four weeks and an ample supply of donations from the students of the Mendon Middle and High School, a total of 272 stuffed animals were collected and donated to the St. Joseph County United Way.  The stuffed animals will be used as a part of the foster care program.  Thanks to all who donated!

 
 
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The Mendon Middle High School Fall and Spring Survey Results are available. Please click the following link to view the results. Each survey was conducted around conference time. For more information, please contact the Middle High School Office.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  • Check out the Guidance Office webpage for college and scholarship information.  
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