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FALL SPORTS AT MHS
The following are the MHS Fall 2015 Sport Schedules:
(Please click on each schedule to view and/or print.)
MHS Boys Varsity Soccer Schedule - Fall 2015
MHS Girls Varsity Soccer Schedule - Fall 2015
MHS Coed Jr. High Soccer Schedule - Fall 2015
MHS Girls JV and Varsity Volleyball Schedule - Fall 2015
MHS Girls Junior High Volleyball Schedule - Fall 2015
We need your help. Please go online and complete our Community Survey by July 20, 2015, at:
The regular meeting of the Board of School Directors of the Central Fulton School District scheduled for Tuesday, July 14, 2015, is being cancelled. The next regular meeting will be Tuesday, August 11, 2015. There will also be a Personnel Committee meeting scheduled for July 7, 2015, starting at 6:30 p.m.
Summer Lunch and Breakfast Program! Our cafeteria will be serving lunch AND breakfast all summer long! Click here for more information!
GRADUATION LIVE STREAM/RECORDING HAS BEEN MOVED TO A NEW LINK! Please click here to watch the live stream and recording. For the live stream, watch for "CFSD Graduation" to appear (about 5 minutes before the start of the ceremony) under the "Live Videos" area near the right of the screen. We will stream both Baccalaureate on Monday and Graduation on Wednesday at the link above.
Be sure to check out our NEW Public Video Channel link in the left panel under "Quick Links." There you will find live streams of graduations, concerts, and other events at CFSD. When an event is live streaming, you will find it listed under "Live Videos" in the top right of the screen. You can also view archives of past events from the channel simply by clicking on the video.
Our Special Education Plan Report is now accessible for public view.
MHS Awarded US News & World Report Bronze Medal!
US News recently released their annual list of top schools. Data was collected on more than 21,000 public schools. They joined forces with the American Institute for Research to evaluate schools on overall achievement on state-mandated assessments as well as how effectively schools educated their minorities and economically disadvantaged students. Performance on Advanced Placement exams was then used to determine the degree to which schools prepare for college level work.
Schools were ranked within each state as well as on a national stage. Gold, silver and bronze medals were presented to the top performing schools. 2,515 school received a bronze medal and McConnellsburg High School was one of them!
Our Comprehensive Plan is available for public review.
Our updated Annual Public Notice of Special Education Services and Programs, Services for Gifted Students and Services for Protected Handicapped Students is available for public review.
For the safety of our students and staff, all calls to or from the District are recorded.