Support our first fundraiser of the year
Enjoy dinner AGAIN from Frankie & Fanucci’s and support the MAS PTA! Dine or order take-out on Monday, September 26, and the PTA will receive 20% of the proceeds. This is Back to School Night for Grades K, 1 and 2, so order in a pizza before heading off to MAS! You must bring the flyer for this event to the restaurant or give it to the delivery person when you order for MAS to receive a percentage.
MAS Kids Clubs Fall 2016
Something for everyone: STEM enrichment, Technology, Art, Cooking Clubs and much more! New longer hours: Clubs will last from 3-5 pm. Registration opens on Monday, September 26; Scholarship deadline is Thursday, October 6 and Clubs Registration Deadline is Friday, October 7. Clubs begin on Tuesday, October 18. View complete Club descriptions here (en Español aqui).
Join the PTA!
Help support all the activities and events that the PTA offers: online family director, after school clubs, STEM family nights, book fairs, Crunchy Carnival, Bike Rally, Cultural Arts programs for all grades and much, much more! Membership is $15 per family (a $5 reduction from last year!) and we hope ALL families will join. Members receive:
- Free Babysitting at Back to School Nights 9/19 & 9/26
- Free Babysitting during Parent Teacher Conferences
- $5 Discount on the purchase of the MAS 2016-17 Yearbook
Join SEPTA for a talk on “Fostering Social Connections” with Behavior Specialist Frank LoCurto, MS BCBA. Tuesday, September 27, 7 pm in the Hommocks Library.
Do you have a special education student and want to be up to speed on recent requirement changes to the NYS Regents Diploma and CDOS (Career Development and Occupational Studies) certificate? If so please join our talented District staff members, Laura Petersen-Transition Counselor at MHS, Cathy Quackenbush-MHS Guidance Department, Linsay Fleming-MHS Special Education Department Chair, and Dr. Michael-Joseph Mercanti-Anthony-Assistant Pricipal at MHS on Thursday, October 6th, at 7pm in the MHS Library. Hope to see you there! Sponsored by SEPTA and MUFSD.
Kids for World Health presents “Understanding Human Partnership: An Evening of Global Health Awareness and Connection”, featuring Keynote Speaker John B. Dau, one of the “Lost Boys” of Southern Sudan and author of God Grew Tired of Us. Friday, October 14, 6 pm in the Hommocks Auditorium. Go to http://bit.ly/2ctndsX to purchase tickets or make a donation.