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Daily Announcements

June 11, 2019
Today is a Day 1 Attention all students planning to take AP US HISTORY next year: You must see Mr. Griffing this week to sign out a text book for summer reading.
June 5, 2019
Today is a Day 1 There will be a meeting for both GIRLS & BOYS CROSS COUNTRY at 2:30 on Friday, June 7th.
June 4, 2019
Today is a Day 2 Any boy interested in playing FALL SOCCER needs to attend a meeting on Wednesday, 6/5 at 2:05 in Room 308.


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Monson High School Mission Statement

 The Monson High School experience is one that prepares its students for living, learning and working in the global community.
 We challenge all community members to reach their academic, social, and civic potential through an engaging curriculum that promotes critical thinking, communication, and collaboration. We foster a safe, and secure environment where diversity is appreciated to ensure that our students are prepared to be lifelong learners. 
Concerns about Vaping

Dear Families,

Greetings and best wishes during this holiday season.  I write today to share with you concerns I expressed to our student body regarding the proliferation of e-cigarette devices, often referred to as "vaping" or "juuling" in high schools across the country, including our own.

Just 7 years ago, e-cigarettes were relatively unknown; but today, teens are seeing them used in high school bathrooms and classrooms, at parties, and in social media.  In 2017, just over 1 in 10 high school students currently used an e-cigarette; now it is 1 in 5. That's more than 3 million kids, and after several decades of decline, overall tobacco use is up, largely due to the rising popularity of e-cigarettes. Additionally, many teens do not view these products as harmful and some aren't aware that most e-cigarettes contain nicotine, highlighting the need for a targeted youth education effort about the dangers of teen use of e-cigarettes.

We are posting today's presentation to the student body along with an informational pamphlet on the Monson High School website.  Please understand that in addition to our concerns about the health of our student body that possession or use of these age restricted products is a violation of school rules and subject to penalties up to and including suspension from school, athletics, and co-curricular activities

I encourage all of you to speak with your children about the dangers of e-cigarettes.  Please also be aware that if your child is struggling with nicotine use or addiction, I encourage them to be proactive and seek assistance from our School Counseling, Health Services Departments, or their pediatrician.  If they seek our assistance in this way, they need not fear disciplinary repercussions from either Monson High School or the MIAA.


William J. Metzger



Statistics used in this letter and today's presentation come from the Federal Food and Drug Administration





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