Changes in the policy of school dances

Principal James Lee and Assistant Principal Paul Murphy talked to all the high school students. Each class was spoken to in regards to the inappropriate dancing that has been occurring at recent dances. Dancing has become out of hand and students were informed of the new rules. There will no longer be a dance called “grinding” at any of the school dances.  If a student chooses to break this rule, they will be removed from the dance and their parents will be contacted.

 

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GALLERY: Holiday assembly a hit

The annual holiday assembly was held the friday before winter break in the gym. Both the middle school and the high school attended. Students had fun activities and games such as “wrap the student” and the teachers did their traditional “ugly sweater contest”.  The chorus and band performed musical numbers of diverse holiday traditions.  

 

 

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Second annual senior citizens luncheon

On December 17, 2011the senior citizens of Manchester and Essex came to the Manchester Essex Regional High School for a turkey lunch. The High School band, chorus, and a cappella played for the citizens for about two hours. This is the second annual luncheon and more than 50 seniors attended.

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Middle School Spanish class read stories to second grade students

On December 1st, the seventh grade of Manchester-Essex Middle School went to the elementary school to present their Spanish stories to the second grade.

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Middle School dresses up for Spirit Days

Last week, the middle school had their own spirit days week.  The students were encouraged to wear red, white, and blue clothing on Wednesday the 9th to honor their veterans day assembly, and multi-colored clothing on Thurday the 10th for Mix It Up day in the dining hall, where students are encouraged to sit with new people and make new friends.

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VIDEO: Behind the scenes of the Teacher Flash Mob

MEMO students interviewed staff and students about the teacher flash mob at the Pep Rally.

The full length video of just the dance can be found HERE

Sorry, mobile version not available.

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Spirit Week – Tuesday Twins Gallery

Fall Spirit Week continued with a twins themed day.

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Teachers at MERHS share their college experiences

On Friday October 14,  teachers at MERHS were asked by the guidance department to talk about their college experiences.  A few minutes were spent in class to discuss and address any college related questions that students had.

 

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High school pep band practices for the next home football game

The high school band has over 75 students. Some of the instruments they play are saxophone, trumpets, trombones, flutes, clarinets, drums, and many more. The band plays for all home football games, pep rallies, Manchester and Essex parades, two concerts per year, and important days during school

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Hamilton Wenham shuts out Hornets JV field hockey at home

On Thursday, September 22nd, Manchester-Essex junior varsity field hockey team played against Hamilton-Wenham.  Hamilton-Wenham beat Manchester-Essex 3-0.

 

 

 

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