Girls in STEM\Free "Girls in STEM Event" for Students in Gr. 4-8 - Registration Deadline: Tuesday, April 22

Girls in grades 4-8 interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math are encouraged to attend the free Girls in STEM event on Saturday, April 26 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at HVCC’s TEC-SMART in Malta. Space is limited; registration deadline is Tuesday, April 22. The event features hands-on workshops and opportunities to hear from successful young women inspired by math and science. Register by clicking here... A flyer with more info is available here... Posted 4/18/14.

Career ExpoCareer Expo 2014 - Wednesday, May 7

Students in grades 8-10 who are interested in careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math are encouraged to visit the Career Expo 2014 on Wednesday, May 7 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Franklin Terrace Ballroom in Troy. This is a free event for students, parents and educators. Exhibitors from a variety of careers will be on hand to speak with students including health care, engineering, video game design, green technologies, veterinarian, biochemistry, construction and mechanical technology. Click here for the flyer... Posted 4/09/14.

MHMS Student Newspaper Available

The April edition of the MHMS student newspaper The Junior Paw Print is available by clicking here... Posted 4/09/14.

Emily SmithMHMS Student Earns NY Field Archers and Bowhunters Award

Maple Hill Middle School 6th grader Emily Smith was named NY Field Archers and Bowhunters 2013 Shooter of the Year in her age division over the weekend. Congratulations! Posted 3/24/14.


Boys Tennis Team Holds Tennis Play Day - Friday, April 25

Due to the weather, the Maple Hill boys tennis team's Tennis Play Day has been rescheduled for Friday, April 25 from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. on the High School tennis courts. The event is open to all ages and will include tennis-related activities intended to build interest in the game of tennis and some skill acquisition. Some equipment will be available for our youngest learners. To learn more, click here for a flyer… Posted 2/26/14.

Students Fundraise for Ambassadorship Program

Students Matthew Jung and Natasha Strock and their families would like to sincerely thank the community for supporting their spaghetti dinner fundraiser on March 15 which raised more than $1,000 for their participation in a Student Ambassador program! Click here to see a list of winners for the silent auction and 50/50 raffle... Posted 3/19/14.

List of Student Summer Program Opportunities

The MHHS Guidance Office has prepared a list of summer program opportunities available by clicking here… While most of the opportunities are for High School students, there are also opportunities for Middle School and Elementary students. Please note, many programs have application deadlines. Posted 3/13/14.

Students scan QR codeStudents Create QR Codes for Books

When students visit MHMS library, they can find summaries of books by scanning a QR code with a tablet or cell phone to watch video book trailers created by classmates. “Students did an amazing job,” said Library Media Specialist Kim Nemeth. “They were really driven because they’re producing videos for a real audience. To them the grade is secondary. They know classmates will see them. It’s very engaging for them.” Click here to read more... Posted 3/03/14.

Teacher James Farrell works with a studentStudents Have Fun While Learning at STEM Day

MHMS's STEM Day was a huge hit with students as they spent Feb. 27 building speakers from plastic cups, using tablets to learn about computer coding and enjoying dozens of other engaging activities as they explored Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Click here to read more and see photos… Posted 2/27/14.

Library booksLiteracy Fund Helps Purchase Books

Maple Hill Middle School students have 58 new books to choose from thanks to the Roberta K. Daly Literacy Fund. Mrs. Daly was a community member who devoted much of her life to teaching children how to read. Her family established the memorial fund to help continue Mrs. Daly’s desire to put books in the hands of children and instill a love of reading. The district would like to sincerely thank the Daly family and everyone who has donated to the fund. Posted 2/19/14.

Students readWe Read on Wednesdays Encourages Reading

This year, every student, teacher and staff member in Maple Hill Middle School takes time to read for about eight minutes during homeroom once a week as part of the new We Read On Wednesdays program. The initiative was started by teachers as part of the WRAPS (Writers, Readers, Advisees, who exhibit Positive behaviors and engage in STEM activities) Program that is being funded with a $600,000 competitive state grant the district applied for. Posted 11/04/13.

Help Schools by Registering for Tools for Schools

If you have a Price Chopper Advantage Card, please register for Tools for Schools to help your student’s school by clicking here... Each time you use the card, you can earn points for the school that can be used to receive free equipment. Maple Hill Middle School's school code is 15722. Posted 9/11/13.

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