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Hopefully everyone is having a fantastic summer. Soon you may be shopping for school clothes, remember we want students dressing for success while at school. Go Pioneers!

Summer lifting and work outs are as important as any sport season. If you are an athlete please be sure to attend summer lifting/conditioning programs at 6 am or 7 am. Parents please support your child's need to attend these sessions. We will collectively improve the athleticism of the athletes and their ability to compete. The summer lifting schedule will begin June 19 and run Monday through Thursday with sessions at 6 and 7 am. Go Pioneers.

What a great Hall of Fame celebration. We inducted some great people into the Mac-Hi Hall of Fame. CONGRATULATIONS to Mac-Hi's Hall of Fame Class of 2017. The following people were honored on May 20th at the Induction ceremony at the Community Building. Fred Etling, George McRae, Bob Ireland, Karen Weitz, Rocky Blumhagen, Mike Hawes, Dr. Jennifer Doherty, Robert Schnell and Faye Staggs.

Principal's Corner
The end of the year is quickly approaching. Students and staff are working fast and furious to finish the year strong.
Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2017! We are very proud of all your accomplishments and outstanding endeavors over these last four years. The staff at McLoughlin High School has embedded in you a “can do” attitude where each of you will accept adversity as just another obstacle to jump. You will thrive on challenges. As each of you leave the halls of McLoughlin High School, I am pleased to know that all of you are prepared with a plan and a goal. Opportunities are bountiful so take advantage of many. Most importantly, take time to enjoy your journey.
For the rest of us, we will remain behind to carry on the tradition of academic excellence and rigor which will prepare us for a bright and promising future.

Mindi Vaughan, Principal
About Us
We are located in the small town of Milton-Freewater, Oregon in the northeastern corner of the state. Located in the scenic Walla Walla Valley at the foot of the Blue Mountains, Mac-Hi has approximately 510 students. We are a 4A school and we compete athletically in the Greater Oregon League (GOL).

Through education, Mac-Hi graduates citizens who make a living, a life, a difference . . .

We, the students and staff at Mac-Hi, envision a school where we:

develop creative expression and individual talents
show respect toward ourselves and others, regardless of differences
strive to develop responsibility for our own actions
promote technological literacy in a global society
communicate effectively and work collaboratively
ensure physical and emotional safety
emphasize critical thinking, to solve problems and make informed choices
demonstrate the characteristics of good citizenship
encourage parent and community involvement

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Bullying Prevention and Incident Reporting

11 days ago

The Milton-Freewater School District takes bullying seriously.  The district has implemented the research-based Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.  More information about the program can be found at:

http://www.violencepreventionworks.org/public/bullying.page

Bullying is defined as aggressive behavior that is intentional and that involves an imbalance of power. Most often, it is repeated over time.

Goals of the District Program: 

·        reduce existing bullying problems among students

·        prevent the development of new bullying problems

·        achieve better peer relations at school

Safe Schools Alert Tip Line for reporting via phone, text, web and email

Report Tips on:

·       Bullying

·       Intimidation

·       Harassment

·       Weapons

·       Drugs

·       Other

You can also choose to download, print and complete the District Incident Reporting Form:

English | Spanish

District Policies and Administrative Rules

Policy JFCF:

Hazing/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying/Menacing/Cyberbullying/

Teen Dating Violence/Domestic Violence - Students**

Administrative Rule JFCF:

Hazing/Harassment/Intimidation/Menacing/Bullying/Cyberbullying

Teen Dating Violence Complaint Procedures - Student

Policy GBNA:

Hazing/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying/Menacing/Cyberbullying – Staff

 

Administrative Rule GBNA:

Hazing/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying/Menacing/Cyberbullying

Complaint Procedures – Staff

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