Montwood High School

Socorro Independent School District

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  • Prom Convention March 30

    Prom is almost here, so do you have what you need? If not, come to the MHS Prom Convention on March 30 after school. From limos to dresses, vendors of all types will be here to help you with your prom needs. And you don't have to worry about admission, since it's free, so bring your family and friends to check out what your perfect prom can look like.

    For more information, look for the banner in the commons or follow this link: http://omrohrer.wixsite.com/promconvention

     


     

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  • Montwood Middle Poetry Slam on April 11, 5-7 p.m.

    Would you like to participate in Montwood Middle School’s 2nd Annual Poetry Slam? If so, contact either Ms. Dickerson or Dr. Macon in the library no later than April 6. You must read an original poem.  According to MMS librarian Ms. Brandon, “It will be a competition with the top 3 poems receiving prizes."

    Please click here for the flyer: MMS Poetry Slam

     


     

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  • A Celebration of Literacy at Montwood High School

    April 6, 4-7 p.m., the MHS Breezeway

    Celebrating National Library Month of April

    and National Bookmobile Day in April

    Library will be open for book checkouts!

    Mariachis and the orchestra will play!

    El Paso Public Library’s Bookmobile for Students!

    EPPL will distribute library cards to all interested!

    In attendance:

    Barnes and Noble, EPPL, and Friends of the Library!

    Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) Montwood HS chapter

    A Celebration of Literacy at Montwood High School is hosted by the MHS library, and feeder pattern schools have been invited to attend. Literacy is so important to everyone’s success!

    The MHS library works collaboratively with the Esperanza Acosta Memorial Library and the Irving Schwartz Library.

     


     

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  • Videos for Herff Jones Orders

    Below are the YouTube videos that were put together by Mr. Hanley and his students. There are two videos, one for seniors and one for juniors. 

    If you have any questions, contact Student Activities Director Daniela Gonzalez. 

    https://youtu.be/dnMAWQM9deM Video for Juniors


    https://youtu.be/CX-WTLrVE8I Video for Seniors

     


     

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  • No Earbuds, Headphones, or Bluetooth Devices allowed on campus.

    ALL students should be wearing IDs at ALL TIMES.

     


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  • Bell Schedules

    Grade 9

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    Grades 10, 11, and 12

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  • Grading Policies and Procedures

     


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    MHS Bus Routes

    MHS Synergi4 Routes

     


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About Us

  • In August 1990 Montwood High School began serving the educational needs of the community under the leadership of Art Shaw. The school opened with grades 7, 8, 9, and 10, with the first graduating class in 1993. Montwood is unique in the fact that it is one of the few schools in Texas that features many creative programs and innovative teaching practices have made Montwood a model for other schools throughout Texas and the nation. The academic strength of the services the Montwood administrators, faculty, and staff provide to students has been recognized through accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The school was built to accommodate 2200 students.
     
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Vision:Tomorrow's Leaders Learning Today
Mission:The mission of the Socorro Independent School District is to optimize our students' academic, artistic, athletic, and interpersonal skills.
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