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Mashpee Middle-High School

MMHS track team
The 10th grade dance.
Blue Falcon Theater students
Students posing in a theater lobby
Red Cross Youth Club members
Studnets with book
5 students with Mr. Mannix
Students and teachers posing at a fundraising table
Teachers At MMHS on gym bleachers

Welcome to Mashpee Middle-High School


The mission of the Mashpee Middle High School is to actively support and engage students in a creative, inclusive and rigorous learning environment that embodies the values of personal integrity, academics excellence, independent learning, global awareness and community involvement.

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Good Evening MPS Community,

We celebrated Mashpee’s Class of 2024 with the Walk of Honor and Class Day. 

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Good Afternoon MPS Community,

Throughout this week, members of the Class of 2024 have been presenting “Life Impact Diplomas.” This is the third year of this MMHS tradition for our graduates.

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On Wednesday we held the grand opening of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s 13 Moons Cultural Courtyard at the Quashnet School.  This courtyard represents a collaborative effort between the District and the Tribe.

 It provides an opportunity for our Native American students to celebrate their history and culture and to serve as ambassadors of knowledge for their peers and teachers.

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Dear Mashpee Middle-High School Students and Staff,

Shared here is this week's edition of the MMHS Weekly Update.  To all who celebrate, we wish you a Happy Mother’s Day! Have a safe and enjoyable weekend!

Take care,

Casey Pinsonneault & Laura Taylor

**This newsletter is brought to you by the MMHS Builders Club

Casey Pinsonneault & Laura Taylor

Builders Club Co-Advisors

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Good Afternoon MPS Community,

As you know, Sunday is Mother’s Day.  We celebrate all the individuals who fulfill the role of “Mom” in the lives of our students, in their own families, and for others.  A mother’s influence and teaching are forever a part of who we are and who we become.  “There is no way to be a perfect mother, and a million ways to be a good one.” — Jill Churchill