Monomoy Regional High School's Weekly Newsletter

Published: February 26th, 2021

Table of contents:

  • Important Information
  • MRHS News & Weekly Review
  • Counselors' Corner
  • Athletics
  • School Calendar

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MRSD Updates on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Updates, resources, and briefings from Superintendent Dr. Carpenter.

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Meal Services Updates

Information on meal services for remote learners & in-person learners.

Lunch Menus for March 1st-March 5th

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  • I would like to give a shoutout to Samantha Morse, one of our Senior MRHS VPA Managers, who has been working tirelessly to organize and design this Monomoy Youth Voices Showcase! -Ms. Amanda Schuermann

  • Shark shoutout to Sam Higgins, Sean Deveau, Bradley (Sergi) Alexis for helping Ms. Jeannine and Ms. Kristi this week. They truly appreciated your help!

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Keep up with the flow with the latest from The Current:

If you'd like to contribute to Monomoy's news site, email Ms. Goyette at

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National Honor Society invites

Attention students and parents: The Monomoy chapter of the National Honor Society has sent out invitations for new applicants! Please check your email to see if you are eligible and follow the instructions to apply via Google Classroom. There will be a parent informational meeting this Monday, March 1st at 7:30 PM. The purpose of the meeting will be to review the application and answer any parent questions or concerns. Please see the email for more information.

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Coffee Fundraiser for Class of 2023 - only a few days left!

The Class of 2023 is holding a fundraiser with the Giving Bean. They have great products and an awesome reputation. By ordering, through our order form, the Monomoy Class of 2023 receives 40% of the proceeds.

If you would like to participate, simply click the link below to browse their catalog. Orders will be distributed after the fundraiser has ended on February 28.There are only 4 days left, so grab yours while you can!

Here is our order form access:
Order form for Monomoy Regional High School | Use seller #29

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Join Young Men's Club!

Are you missing hanging out with friends? Without the cafeteria for lunch or Jawsome - it is a challenge to meet new friends or just talk about sports or cars or movies or music.

The Young Men's Club is an answer! We meet online once a week - no heavy commitments - just a place to hang out and maybe get some ideas on a summer job - to pay for that sweet car you have been dreaming about!

Email Mr. Sowpel at for more info (he is the remote teacher some of you have for seminar).

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Need extra help?

Hi, I'm Ms. Oliver and I want to extend an extra help invite to anyone that might need help. I know there are students I don't see anymore or having Academic Center doesn't fit into their schedule, so I wanted to share the calendar that I have set up; if you need the time or a space to work, please feel free to come. Check out the Extra Help Calendar here.
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Key Club Delivering Valentines to Liberty Commons

On the day before Valentine’s Day (2/13), the MRHS Key Club delivered a total of 117 valentines to Liberty Commons! Many seniors who live at Liberty Commons have lost loved ones or are struggling because of COVID19, so we delivered these valentines in hopes of bringing them some joy! Thank you to everyone who made cards, and special thanks to Mr. Bowman and his students who also contributed! Attached is a photo of Ms. Howe (the club advisor), a Liberty Commons staff member, and the Key Club officers: Christie Beckley (President), Samantha Goode (Vice President), Caitlin Bouvier (Treasurer), and Sarah Poskanzer (Secretary).

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Class of 2025 needs design ideas for swag

Class of 2025 is designing some swag! If any 8th graders have an original design they would like to submit for the Class of 2025 to vote on their favorite design, send the image along to one of your class officers - info posted in the Grade 8 Google Classroom! Design due date - March 5!
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Girls STEM Summit 2021 - Virtual

Since 2011, Jr.Tech has hosted twelve in-person Summits, creating the premier Massachusetts STEM event for high school girls in grades 8–12. The Summit serves girls interested in pursuing STEM degrees and exploring STEM career choices.

Jr.Tech is passionate and committed to inspiring the next generation of female STEM professionals and helping to close the Gender Gap in STEM careers. That is why Jr.Tech steadfastly researched, transitioned, and is committed to bringing you a LIVE online summit via Zoom due to today’s challenging in-person restrictions.

Get ready to join us. Girls STEM Summit LIVE 2021 is going to be a great experience full of information and inspiration!

Who: Girls in grades 8–12 interested in exploring STEM fields and career choices

What: Girls STEM Summit LIVE 2021

When: Hosted online two Saturday mornings via Zoom

Dates: Since the summit will be online, it has been split into two half-day sessions.

  • Saturday, April 3, 2021, 8:30 am–noon and
  • Saturday, April 10, 2021, 8:30 am–noon

Fee: $65 (both individual and group registrations available)


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The MRHS Sailing Team is recruiting members

The MRHS Sailing Team is recruiting members for the

Spring 2021 season! (Mid-Late April Start)

Want to know more? Check out our Promo Video Here:

Sailing Team Promo

General Information:

  • We sail out of Pleasant Bay Community Boating, off 28 in Harwich.
  • We are a co-ed team.
  • We race 420 sailboats as pictured above.
  • We compete against other teams from the Cape & Islands.
  • We provide helmets, lifejackets, and drysuits to all sailors.
  • No sailing experience necessary! (You just need to know how to swim.)
  • Want to get involved and NOT necessarily sail? We could use a team manager/photographer/assistant as well!



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SAT Prep

Students are encouraged to use to help prepare for the SAT’s! It is a free program and can be linked to the College Board account.

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SAT Dates for the Spring are:

March 13

May 8

June 21

Please register through College Board and be mindful of test registration dates.

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Individual Junior Planning Meetings

Individual Junior Planning Meetings will be starting soon. Mrs. Casey will be contacting families with the date and time. Meetings will be held remotely and in the mornings so students do not miss their class times. We recommend that families and students watch the video of the college planning info session prior to the meeting if you were not able to attend the live version - it can be found here…

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Large Virtual College Fair

Over 600 colleges participating in a virtual fair THIS Sunday!

For more information, please register here:

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The time is scholarship season! Seniors should be working on scholarships - details and instructions can be found in the Senior Google Classroom. Do not delay - deadlines are very important!

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Follow us on Social Media!

TWITTER: @MonomoyGuidance

INSTAGRAM: @MonomoyGuidance

Wishing you health and safety,

The School Counseling Team

Caitlyn Hall, 8th Grade Counselor

Lindsay Ginnetty, A-F

Sean Burke, G-N

Jon Bennett, Instructional Leader, O-Z

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The winter sports season comes to an end this week with the first ever Cape and Islands League Tournament!

Girls Basketball finished the regular season with an 8-3 record and third in the Cape and Islands League Lighthouse Division. The girls won their first Cape and Islands League Tournament game but unfortunately lost in the semi finals to CCA. Great season girls!

Boys Basketball finished the regular season with a 9-2 record and second in the Cape and Islands League Lighthouse Division. The boys travel to CCA tonight at 5:00 for the Cape and Islands Lighthouse Division Tournament Championship. Tune in to Cape Cod Academy’s Facebook live page to watch the live action tonight! Go Sharks!

Girls Ice Hockey finished the regular season with a record of 2-4-5 and fourth in the Cape and Islands League. The Furies won their first Cape and Islands League Tournament game last night in double overtime, 2-1 over DY/CCA/SJP. The team will travel to Falmouth on Saturday to take on the Clippers at 3:30 in the Cape and Islands League Tournament Semi Finals. The game will be available for viewing on LiveBarn.

Boys Ice Hockey finished the regular season with a 1-6 record. Unfortunately their hopes of Cape and Islands Tournament redemption were spoiled due to Covid protocols. The boys worked hard all season and showed great improvements. They should be very proud of how far they came in a short time.

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Wednesday, March 10th

Early Release Wednesday

Dismissal will be at 2:35pm.
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Wednesday, March 17th

Quarter 3 Progress Reports Printed

Quarter 3 Progress Reports will be electronically printed to Aspen.
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Thursday, March 18th - Saturday, March 20th

Alice in Wonderland Musical - Zoom Production

More information to come!
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Wednesday, March 24th

Early Release Wednesday

Dismissal will be at 2:35pm.
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Friday, April 2nd

NO SCHOOL: Spring Holiday

There is NO SCHOOL on Friday, April 2nd. We will return on Monday, April 5th and it will be a Day 5 - Thresher Remote.

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Follow MRHS on Twitter!

Updates, school news, pictures & MORE!
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Download the Official Monomoy Regional SD App!

Download the official Monomoy Regional SD app today for access to your school's student info, grade alerts, calendars, push notifications, and much more!
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