• MHS Parent Conferences 11/19 & 11/20

    The Board of Education approved two early dismissal days on Monday, November 19 and Tuesday, November 20, the afternoons of which parents can choose to schedule conferences with their child’s teachers.  These conferences can be scheduled online through our Parent Portal.

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  • Parent Notice of State Assessments

    The New Jersey Department of Education mandates that every year by October 1 each school district must provide parents or guardians certain information on state assessments that will be administered during the school year.

    Please Click Here for the letter from Superintendent, Dr. Frank Kasyan, regarding the state assessments that will take place during the 2018-2019 school year.


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  • New MHS Bell Schedule Thumbnail New MHS Start Time & Bell Schedules

    As we implement the new high school schedule, we are conscious of the feedback provided by our stakeholders.  One item of concern was the three-minute passing time between classes.

    With this in mind, the Board of Education approved a recommendation that will begin our high school day at 7:34 AM, four minutes earlier than it is currently.  By not changing the dismissal time, this will allow us to add one minute to each passing time to assist our students and teachers with making it to class on time.

    This change took effect Monday, September 24.


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  • MHS Master Schedule Information

    Thanks to those parents who were able to attend our master schedule information sessions.

    Use these links for copies of the Slide Presentation from the Sessions or our set of Frequently Asked Questions.

    Please contact the guidance office at 732-528-8820 Ext. 1010 with any questions.


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  • Letter

    School Safety & Security

    "Safety and security is an ongoing focus that is the responsibility of our entire school community. I am grateful for the professionalism of our district staff and likewise feel very fortunate for our seamless and cooperative relationship with our local police department."

    Click here to read this important letter from Dr. Kasyan regarding school safety and security.


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  • Announcing the MHS Early College Program

     
    Partnership with BCC Our new Early College Program is designed for students looking for a unique high school experience. The program follows a prescribed rigorous curriculum that enables students to earn their high school diploma and an Associate of Arts Social Science degree in four years.
     
    Students concurrently complete coursework offered by Brookdale Community College and Manasquan School District. Students are gradually exposed to the rigor and expectations of post-secondary learning. Many colleges will transfer the full Associate’s Degree to the required credits for a Bachelor’s Degree. At some universities, students can enroll in programs that complete a Master’s Degree in the time it would take to earn a Bachelor’s degree. In addition, students also will have access to Brookdale activities, support and resources. For more information please visit the program page.

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  • We are a Microsoft Showcase School

    Manasquan HS Recognized as Microsoft Showcase School

    Manasquan High School is joining approx. 2000 schools worldwide by being recognized as a Microsoft Showcase School.  This program is competitive, has a rigorous application process, and is awarded only to a select few schools.

    “Microsoft Showcase Schools are the change makers in education. These innovative schools promote personalized learning approaches supported by Microsoft solutions.  Leaders and educators in Showcase Schools thoughtfully consider the role of technology as they explore new ways to redesign learning spaces, restructure curriculum, reinvent pedagogy and reimaging what 21st century leading and learning looks like across diverse contexts.”


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  • Calendar School Calendar Update for 17-18

    As a result of the snow days on Thurs 1/4 and Friday 1/5, the Manasquan School District will now be OPEN both Monday, January 15 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day) and Friday, May 25 (Friday of Memorial Day Weekend).

    Monday, January 15 will now be an Early Dismissal Day for Students with Afternoon Staff-Inservice.  MHS will dismiss at 12:05 P.M. and MES will dismiss at 12:30 P.M. for students.

    Friday, May 25 will now be an Early Dismissal Day for All Students and Staff.

    Click here to view or print the calendar.


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  • Parent Notice of State Assessments

    The New Jersey Department of Education mandates that every year by October 1 each school district must provide parents or guardians certain information on state assessments that will be administered during the school year.

    Please Click Here for the letter from Superintendent, Dr. Frank Kasyan, regarding the state assessments that will take place during the 2017-2018 school year.


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  • Letter

    Construction Beginning...
     

    Read this important letter from Dr. Kasyan regarding the beginning of construction at Manasquan High School and the Construction Logistics map/plan.


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  • Mobile Phone Icon District Phone System Transition

    Parents and community members should be advised that the district is currently transitioning to a new phone system.  During this transition time we apologize for any disruptions to calls or our phone service.

     Many extensions have changed!  To reach your intended party, we recommend calling your school building at 732-528-8820 (HS) or 732-528-8810 (ES) and using the prompts or dialing # for the school directory.


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  • Letter

    Remedial Water Testing Results & Information
     

    The Manasquan School District is committed to protecting student, teacher, and staff health. To protect our community and be in compliance with the Department of Education regulations, Manasquan School District tested our schools’ drinking water for lead.

    Please read this updated, important letter regarding the remedial testing results:

    Please click here for more information and data files of full testing results.


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  • PPT

    Bond Referendum - APPROVED!
     
    The Board of Education thanks our community for their overwhelming approval of our bond referendum.
     
    Click here for detailed information including...  Project Details/Architectual Presentation, Tax Calculator, and Financial Projections.
      

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  • We Took the Future Ready School PledgeDigital Learning in Manasquan

     
    The Manasquan School District was awarded the Future Ready New Jersey Grant from the NJ Department of Education.  
    Click here to learn more about the Manasquan School District's educational technology program or watch the video below highlighting digital learning in our schools.
      


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  • Integrated Pest Management Notice
     
    In compliance with the Manasquan Board of Education's Integrated Pest Management policy, this notification is to inform you that the Manasquan School District will be having a Fertilizer and Crabgrass Control application put on our athletic fields on Saturday, April 22, 2017

    The fields will be restricted for use until Monday, April 24, 2017.

    If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact Matt Hudson at 732-528-8820, Ext. 1016.

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  • Letter Letter

    Water Testing Information
     

    Each school district is required to complete mandatory water testing.  To accommodate this testing, the distrcit and its buildings will be CLOSED on Monday, April 17th and Tuesday, April 18th.

    We appreciate your cooperation with this important project.  The results of the testing will be shared with the school community when they become available.


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  • Calendar 2016-2017 School Calendar

    The Manasquan Board of Education approved the 2016-2017 School Calendar at it's March 1st meeting.

    Click here to view or print the calendar.


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