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    **IMPORTANT COVID 19 INFORMATION**

    Please visit the updated Athletic Dept. page regarding all Forms, Procedures and Guidelines here

    NJSIAA Return to Play Plan - Updated August 20th, 2020

    NJSIAA Fall Season Guidelines - Updated August 28th, 2020

    **Gymnastics and Girls Volleyball have been moved to an alternate season starting 2/16/21**


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    Updated Information for Fall Sports: State Waiver for Fall Sports Physicals:
     
     
    Registration for Fall Sports is now open on FamilyID
     
     

     
    Congratulations to our Class of 2020 Scholar-Athlete Award Winners
     
    NJSIAA Scholar Athlete - Sarah Witt
    Skyland Conference Male Scholar Athlete - Carter McFadden
    Skyland Conference Female Scholar Athlete - Ivy Zhao
    Somerset County Male Scholar Athlete - Kevin O'Brien
    Somerset County Female Scholar Athlete - Emma Noyelle
     

    Congratulations to our Class of 2020 Senior Award Winners
     
    Male Sportsperson - Carter McFadden
    Female Sportsperson - Bria Johnson
    Male Dunham Award - Ryan Furey
    Female Dunham Award - Allison Cudmore  
     
     

    The following resource page was created for our student-athletes by one of our own MHS students in collaboration with MHS administration, guidance and support services. It highlights important and valuable resources for a host of topics that all of our students can benefit from.  

     

    https://tinyurl.com/y96ngzj5

     
     

     
     
     
      For up to date Athletic Schedules, click HERE
     

    NJSIAA & NJ CARES collaborative video educating student athletes and their parents about the risks associated with sports injuries and opioid use.
     
     

     Opioid Fact Sheet from the NJ Dept. of Education
    The need for prevention and intervention efforts surrounding student alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) abuse is paramount to the goal of keeping our students safe, healthy, and in school. In support of these efforts, each district board of education is required to establish a comprehensive program of prevention, intervention, referral for evaluation, referral for treatment and continuity of care for student ATOD abuse (N.J.S.A. 18A:40A-10 and N.J.A.C. 6A:16-3, 6A:16-4 and 6A:16-6). Fostering an environment where students can develop protective factors and resiliency skills is essential in decreasing the prevalence and occurrence of student ATOD abuse and related at-risk behaviors.
     
     
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Last Modified on September 30, 2020