Accident Destroys Outer Fence

Diego Quiroz, contributor

February 24, 2017

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An accident involving two cars, took place on the outer fence at March Mountain High School (MMHS) on Wednesday January 25th, and thankfully no students were hurt. The outer fence of the school was taken down and one of the d...

Students are rewarded for raising MAP scores

Jonathan Jordan, contributor

February 23, 2017

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In the most recent MAP testing, March Mountain High School (MMHS) students made significant improvements on their scores.  MMHS students made a great improvement on their MAP scores with one student making a 43 point improvement. All students at MMHS set goals for the MAP testing to make sure ...

MMHS Says Goodbye and Hello to School Liaison

Dearah Mcclendon, Contributors

January 5, 2017

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Here at March Mountain High School (MMHS) there is a new staffing change in the office, with Gloria Borjon leaving as our school Liaison and Brisa Palacious replacing her. Borjon recently received a promotion at Honey Hollow Elementary School here in Moreno Valley on October 24, 2016 “I...

Compass Learning Improves Student Math Skills

Jacob Woodie, contributor

December 15, 2016

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New this school year to March Mountain High School (MMHS) students is the Compass Learning program that was designed to help with math skills and is now being implemented in all math classes. Compass Learning is a great way to help teach students math in different ways ...

MMHS Students Donate Blood To Save Lives

Daisy Rodriguez, Contributor

December 13, 2016

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March Mountain High School (MMHS) students recently came together to show their community that they care for them by donating 39 pints of blood to the American Red Cross on November 29, 2016. While donating blood was uncomfortable for a couple minutes, “it was a great cause for those who a...

Students Face Consequences for Plaigarism

Jacob Woodie, Contributor

December 6, 2016

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Plagiarism, the taking of information from another source and claiming it as your own, has been an ongoing problem for students throughout history and has become an even greater problem with advances in technology. Plagiarism has recently become an issue after Melania Trump's speech at...

MMHS Opens Career Center

December 5, 2016

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For the first time ever March Mountain High School (MMHS) now has a college career center, due to the power and efforts of the counseling staff. The college career center’s purpose is to give students insight into what a coll...

Best Selling Author Promotes Animal Rights

Michelle Colacion, Contributor

December 5, 2016

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Riverside attorney and author, Teresa Rhyne, has witnessed animal cruelty ranging from unintentional negligence, intentional negligence or abandonment, and today works to prevent further violence against animals. All over the world there are thousands of animal species that are stuck in exp...

Transfer Students Adjust to MMHS

Juan Perez and Stefany Sandoval, Contributors

November 15, 2016

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March Mountain High School (MMHS) is where students come to catch up on their credits but, the adjustment from transferring to a continuation school can sometimes be difficult. Some transfer students have trouble adjusting to the six week te...

MMHS Juniors Express Anxiety Over Test Results

June 9, 2016

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Juniors at March Mountain High School (MMHS) recently took the CAASPP test. Many students at MMHS felt that there isn’t a need for standardized testing and are concerned that their test results will adversely affect class placement...

MMHS English Students Create Projects That Come To Life

Jacob Woodie, Contributor

April 26, 2016

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The English department at March Mountain High School recently developed an activity “The Masque Of The Red Death” which allowed students to bring their imaginations to life. The project was assigned to all students in ...

School Site Council Decides Where to Spend School Funds

Brandon Garcia, Contributor

April 26, 2016

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March Mountain students may like to know how the school funds are spent and what the School Site Council has planned for students and teachers next year. The School Site Council has divided the distribution of funds into a varie...

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