Manalapan High School

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  • Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation Ceremony

    Class of 2020... Congratulations! Here are the details for the virtual graduation ceremony: 

    Wednesday, June 24, 2020 

    After the video has played through once, it will remain active for viewing at a later time and date.

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  • Manalapan HS Staff: Class of 2020 Farewell Video & 5-Word Story

    Check out our Teachers’ and Staff Members’ Class of 2020 Farewell Video at the Manalapan HS YouTube Channel linked here.

    Check out our Teachers’ and Staff Members’ 5-Word Stories at the Manalapan HS YouTube Channel linked here.

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  • Digital Yearbook Signing

    Every student in our school now has the chance to create virtual yearbook signing pages, invite their friends to leave messages, and print out the final pages to keep with the yearbook as a permanent keepsake. This is free for every student whether they purchased a yearbook or not.

    Please click this link for additional information: yearbooksigning.jostens.com.

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  • 2019-2020 Virtual Senior Athletics Awards Ceremony

    The 2019-2020 Virtual Athletics Awards Ceremony can now be viewed by clicking here. Special thanks to Anthony Firkser (Manalapan HS Class of 2013, Harvard Graduate, and Tight End for the Tennessee Titans), and Saeed Blacknall (Manalapan HS Class of 2014, Penn State Graduate, and Wide Receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers) for providing a special message to our senior student-athletes!

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  • 9th, 10th, & 11th Grade School Supplies & Materials Drop-Off  

    As students finish up their courses and look forward to summer break, the return of textbooks, uniforms, and other school supplies will occur from June 22 - 24, 2020. Please click here for additional information. 

    All students in grades 9-11 should complete the School Supplies & Materials Return Form by Thursday, June 18, 2020. Please click here for the form. 

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  • MNHS Seniors 2020: Wear We Are Going!

    Check the video of our students "wear"ing their college, career, and military swag. Click here for the short video. If students still want to submit photos in their college gear, they can click here for more information.

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  • Looking Back 

    As we continue to endure these uncertain times, let’s take a moment to remember some of the fun that was had in the fall of this school year. Click here for a short video. To all our students, Keep Moving Forward The Brave Way!

    In the the midst of all that is going on, let’s take a moment to look back on and appreciate the 2018-2109 Spring Sports Season. Click here for a short video. To all our student-athletes still training, studying, and holding out hope, we are thinking about you! Hang in there!

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  • Click here for Email Access & Password Reset  

    Click here for Google Classroom for Students

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  • Morning Announcements

    Please click here for a listing of all our daily morning announcements: Manalapan High School Morning Announcements

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  • Accident Insurance Protection 

    Read everything parents need to purchase accident insurance protection for their student. 

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District Announcements

  • Dear Students and Parents/Guardians of the Class of 2020,

    Our initial plan for in-person graduation reflected the input we received from members of the Class of 2020 who stated they wanted one last time to be together with their classmates. After listening to the feedback of parents and students regarding the student only ceremony, we have decided to amend our in-person graduation plans. We will now divide the Class of 2020 into separate groups to allow parents/guardians to attend. 

    The ceremonies will be held starting Tuesday, July 28 (rain date, July 30) and Wednesday, July 29 (rain date, July 31). Details regarding your assigned ceremony date and time will be provided soon. 

    In accordance with the Governor's Executive Orders including the per-person limit for an outdoor gathering, only the graduate and 2 parents/guardians/guests may attend the ceremony.  All graduates and parents/guardians/guests are required to wear face coverings.  Please confirm the attendance of your graduate and parents/guardians/guests by completing the attendance confirmation form by Tuesday, July 14.

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  • The Department of Guidance has released the Summer Remote College Application Resources & Tutorials page! This page is intended for FRHSD students, especially rising Seniors (Class of 2021), who would like to engage in the college application and admissions process remotely during the summer of 2020. 

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  • Visit the Summer reading assignments page to view the required reading for your English course. If you are looking for assignments for other courses, please consult the teacher of the course prior to summer dismissal. If after summer dismissal, please consult the school's website or contact the school's main office. 

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  • Please visit the Advocating for our Students website to learn more about the state aid reductions the FRHSD faces in light of the S2 legislation. We ask you to consider signing our online petition to encourage Governor Murphy and New Jersey Legislators to re-examine this flawed funding formula and delay the phase-in until the full scope of its impact is understood. 

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  • Members from the FRHSD Guidance & Counseling team have collaborated to create Mini Screencasts and Presentations on college planning and other relevant topics targeted to students and parents according to specific grade levels. You can see the selection of videos on the FRHSD Guidance Department website.

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  • The FRHSD Remote Learning Plan outlines guidelines and expectations for students throughout this new model of instruction and will be revisited regularly as we adapt to these new circumstances. Please continue to review the plan for updates. Student assignments will be posted in each teacher’s Google Classroom.  Students should check their Google Classrooms each day of remote learning and complete and submit assignments as outlined.  Please contact teachers through their District email or Google Classroom with any questions or concerns.

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