Manalapan HS senior Craig Hiller won the first place in the Computer Science Category at the Delaware Valley Science Fair. In addition, Craig also won the Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award [$200], the Leonardo da Vinci Society Award [$200], and The Dietrich W. Botstiber Foundation Award which is a scholarship to ANY university, for 4 years, $2000 per year. Craig was awarded an Honorable Mention [certificate] from the American Society of Naval Engineers, from the Air Force Recruiting Service; the "Air Force Innovation Award" (This might be called the "Mathematics and Science Award”).
MNHS Junior Paulo Costa, has been nominated to the Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology at Rutgers University.
Prom picture package forms can be picked up in the main office.
The Freehold Regional High School District is offering a free summer program for district students registered to take their first Advanced Placement course(s) in the 2012/2013 school year. Please go to www.frhsd.com to learn more and register.
Ilana Porter, a Manalapan High School senior was recently honored in an awards ceremony for being a New Jersey state winner of the 2011 Siemens Award for Advanced Placement.
CONGRATULATIONS TO PARAG SRIVASTAVA
Congratulations to Parag Srivastava for being selected to present his research paper at the Monmouth Junior Science Symposium’s poster presentation session. Parag’s paper was selected for Poster presentation at the 2012 Monmouth Junior Science Symposium from among numerous papers submitted.
CONGRATULATIONS TO ANDREW FELDMAN
Congratulations to Andrew Feldman for being selected to present his paper at the Monmouth Junior Science Symposium. Andrew’s paper was s one of the ten papers selected for presentation at the 2012 Monmouth Junior Science Symposium from among hundreds of papers submitted.
The Manalapan High School presents, "The Wedding Singer" March 8th -10th, 7:30 p.m. nightly! Tickets are $8 in advance, $10 at the door and $5 for students and seniors. A matinee performance will be held March 11th at 2:00 p.m.
The HSPA is a state test given to students in the eleventh grade to measure whether they have gained the knowledge and skills identified in the Core Curriculum Content Standards. Students who enter the eleventh grade on or after September 1, 2011, must pass the HSPA as a graduation requirement. On March 6, 7, and 8, 2012, all first-time eleventh-grade students will take the HSPA and receive test scores in Mathematics and Language Arts Literacy. The results are also used to satisfy federal requirements under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).
Parent assistance is crucial to your child’s successful completion of all graduation requirements. Please encourage them to work on some practice HSPA problems at home and to continue to complete their homework and study for their tests and quizzes. As their skills improve, they will feel greater confidence in their ability to take even more challenging classes. Your child depends on you for direction. The constant support and encouragement that you, as a parent, provide allows your child to grow into a successful and mature adult. Together with the instruction and preparation that our students receive at school and the help and guidance that you provide at home, we am certain that all of our students will perform to their best ability on the March 2012 administration of the NJ HSPA.
Attached to this post, you will find a copy of the March 2012 “HSPA Student Preparation Booklet” and “Your Guide to the HSPA.” These materials have also been emailed to you from Naviance and posted on the guidance department home page which can be accessed via our school web site: www.frhsd.com/freeholdtwp.
In addition, we will be offering several after school sessions to aid your child in HSPA test preparation.
Math HSPA review will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 28 and Wednesday, Feb. 29 at 2:10 pm in room D225.
English HSPA review will be held Tuesday Feb 28, at 2:10 pm in room C100.
Please click on the "read more" link for more information and to access the attachments.