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Back To School Night is this Thursday September 12th starting at 5:30pm

This is a great opportunity of see Mount Shasta High School and meet your student's teachers. Schedules will be available in the lobby starting at 5:30pm.

Mr. Shah will give a welcome presentation and orientation to the evening at 5:45pm. Class visits will start at 6:00pm.Please plan to pick up your student's class schedule before 6:00pm so that you are ready to go when the 1st period bell rings!The 2019 Back To School Night flyer is linked below:

Monday 9/9 at 5pm in the Library is our first Parent Group meeting of the year. 

All are welcome. Please mark your calendar and join us.We will be discussing ways that parents can help support MSHS. There are many things that are only possible at our school with parent support such as tutoring , a career fair and hospitality. Come learn about how you can help your school. There will also be an update from Mr. Shah and a chance to ask questions.

Senior Parent Night is also on Monday at 6pm. All students and parents are welcome to our kick off of college application season. Come learn important information about preparing for and undertaking the college application process.

Community BBQ This Wednesday!

Fri. Aug. 23rd is a 1-4 Block Day

Period 1 8:00 - 9:30am

Period 2 9:35 - 11:05am

Period 3 11:15-12:50pm

Period 4 1:30 - 3:05pm

First Day of School Schedule

EQ Schools Mindful Parenting Workshop with with Roni Habib

Monday August 19th, 6:00pm
Weed Community Center
161 E Lincoln Ave

I am thrilled that we will be continuing our work with Roni Habib and EQ Schools. EQ Schools is an organization dedicated to providing Emotional Intelligence training to teachers, students, and parents nationally and abroad.

Roni will be hosting a Mindful Parenting Workshop on Monday evening at 6pm at The Weed Community Center. This is a great opportunity to learn how you can use emotional intelligence and mindfulness work with your student at home as well as how these strategies can help you ground yourself in your own work and life.

Before the parent workshop on August 19th,  Roni will be working with all the teachers in our district to develop strategies for using emotional intelligence and mindfulness work in classrooms. This is part of our districtwide 5D+ Instructional Growth Framework rollout.

Roni Habib is a dynamic and engaging speaker. If you attended his first workshop with us in January or if this will be you first time seeing him, it is going to be a great experience.

This will be an exciting and active workshop. Attendance is free of charge and open to anyone is the SUHSD communities. please come out to join us!

Congratulations Class of 2019!!!

The Mount Shasta High School office is now open for summer hours

Thru June 28th, 2019


Closed During the Month of July

August 1-9, 2019


Happy Finals Week!

We have special schedules all week. Pease see the link below for the schedule each day.

The Jazz in the Park concert this Wednesday May 22nd has been moved 

The new location will be the College of the Siskiyous Ford Theater. The Concert will begin at 7pm.


Bear Expo

April - June Newsletter

The Mount Shasta High School Newsletter is now available!

Click here to view it!

Congratulations Mount Shasta Boys Basketball!

2019 Division V Northern California State Champions!



Congratulations Mount Shasta Ski and Snowboard Teams!



🏆 DIVISION CHAMPIONS - 1st PLACE CNISSF Women's North Division

🏆 DIVISION CHAMPIONS - 1st PLACE CNISSF Combined North Division

Parent Group Meeting Tues. Feb. 19th

at 5:30pm in the MSHS Library.

Due to the incoming snow storm and girls playoff basketball game, the Parent Group meeting has been postponed.

On Tues. Feb. 19th We will be talking about ways parents can support our WASC accreditation progress visit in March. There will also be an update from Mr. Shah on how the school year is going and an opportunity to ask questions and bounce ideas off others in the MSHS community.

All are welcome and we hope you can make it!

February is African American History Month

In the year 1619, a Dutch trading ship sailed into the Chesapeake Bay and dropped anchor at Point Comfort, Virginia.  The vessel’s arrival marked the beginning of the unscrupulous slave trade in the American colonies.  It was from this immoral origin—and through inhuman conditions, discrimination, and prolonged hardship—that emerged the vibrant culture, singular accomplishments, and groundbreaking triumphs that we honor and celebrate during National African American History Month.

National African American History Month is an occasion to rediscover the enduring stories of African Americans and the gifts of freedom, purpose, and opportunity they have bestowed on future generations.  It is also a time to commemorate the countless contributions of African Americans, many of whom lived through and surmounted the scourge of segregation, racial prejudice, and discrimination to enrich every fiber of American life.  Their examples of heroism, patriotism, and enterprise have given people of all backgrounds confidence, courage, and faith to pursue their own dreams.

Read the entire Presidential Proclamation

African American History Month Resources

Parent Group Meeting - January 16th at 6:30pm - LCAP Community Engagement Night

Our next parent group meeting will be an LCAP Community Engagement Night for Mount Shasta High School on Wednesday January 16th, 2019 at 6:30pm following the school board meeting. These meetings are being held at each school site in SUHSD and are an opportunity for parents, staff and students to contribute to a discussion about what is going well and what we can work on as a school and district moving forward. Contributions from this discussion will be used to develop the district LCAP in the spring. All parents are invited and encouraged to attend. We hope to see you there!


Mindful Parenting workshop, Monday Dec. 3rd

Our next parent group meeting will be on Monday December 3rd, 2018 and will be a very special event! Roni Habib from EQ Schools will be giving a parent workshop focused on supporting your student and yourself through emotional intelligence, positive psychology, stress reduction, and mindfulness strategies. Roni will guide us through understanding the elements of wellbeing, experiencing mindful parenting strategies and connecting with our children though play and mindfulness. All are welcome. We hope you can join us for this exciting event!

Mindful Parenting, Roni Habib:

We all want our children to be happy, more peaceful, more attuned to others’ needs, and to be able to regulate during stressful times.  The best way for them to learn these skills is through watching their role models practice it.  Yet, what does it mean to be mindful?  And what does it mean to parent mindfully?  How can we become more present with and for our children when life can be so incredibly busy?  How can we begin to emotion coach our children and help them thrive through adversity?  In our time together, we’ll explore these questions and understand the why and how of mindful parenting.  This session will be active, fun, and you’ll learn a ton!

Mindful Parenting Workshop with Roni Habib

Monday December 3rd, 2018, 6:30-8:00pm

Mount Shasta High School

Room TBD

Friday November 9, 2018

8:00am Start, Special Schedule: Veterans Day Assembly

Period 1 8:00 - 9:25

Period 2 9:30 - 10:55

Period 3 11:05 - 12:25

Assembly (Period 3) 12:25 - 1:00

Lunch 1:00 - 1:35

Period 4 1:40 - 3:05

Siskiyou Union High School District declares the week of November 4 to 10, 2018, as Veterans Awareness Week.

On Friday November 10th, MSHS will hold a Veterans Day assembly for all students.

You may read the SUHSD School Board resolution at the link below:


Happy Halloween!

Tuesday OCtober 30th

Performance Task Special Schedule

Period 1 8:00 - 8:25
Period 2 8:30 - 8:55
Period 3 9:00 - 9:25
Period 4 9:30 - 9:55
Period 5 10:00 - 10:25
Period 6 10:30 - 10:55
Lunch 10:55 - 11:30
PT (6th Period) 11:35 - 2:05
Period 7 2:10 - 2:35
Period 8 2:40 - 3:05

Please remember to bring your charged Chromebook to school for the Perfromance Task. A Chromebook is required in order to complete the task.


October 26, 2018
School Starts at 8:00am, Students are required to attend school form 8:00am-3:05pm

Period 1 8:00 to 8:29
Period 2 8:34 to 9:02
Period 3 9:07 to 9:35
Period 4 9:40 to 10:08
Period 5 10:13 to 10:41
Period 6 10:46 to 11:14
Period 7 11:19 to 11:47
Period 8 11:52 to 12:20
Homecoming (required attendance) 12:20 to 3:05

12:25pm: Homecoming Rally! Royalty, Staff and Student Volleyball, Boy's Volleyball!
12:45pm: Day on the green! Giant Games, Yoga, Video Games, Dance, Dance Revolution!
2:00pm: Homecoming Parade!

Free For All:
Hot dogs! - Drinks!

For Purchase:
Taco Truck! - Ice Cream! - Flavored Popcorn!

5:30pm: Frosh/Soph Bears Football vs. Hamilton City
7:00pm: Homecoming Royalty
7:30pm: Varsity Bears Football vs. Hamilton City

Drum line! - Bears Cheer!

9:00pm-12:00am: Homecoming Dance!

Minimum day Fri. Oct. 19

Last Day of the 1st Quarter
School Starts at 8:00am

Period 1 8:00 to 8:29

Period 2 8:34 to 9:02

Period 3 9:07 to 9:35

Period 4 9:40 to 10:08

Period 5 10:13 to 10:41

Period 6 10:46 to 11:14

Period 7 11:19 to 11:47

Period 8 11:52 to 12:20

The October and November Newsletter is Here!

Check it out:

September 15th - October 15th is National Hispanic Heritage Month 2018

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week and was later expanded to cover a 30-day period starting on September 15 and ending on October 15. The day of September 15 is significant because it is the anniversary of independence for Latin American countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days on September 16 and September 18, respectively.

Today, 57.5 million people or 18% of the American population are of Hispanic or Latino origin.

Many resources for better understanding the contributions of Hispanic Americans can be found at and

Senior Information Night Wednesday 9.19.2018, 6pm

Senior Information Night has been rescheduled for Wednesday September 19th. This meeting is the first in a series designed to prepare families with the information that they need to complete the college application process.

Congratulations Anna!

Anna's artwork that she created as part of Ms. Shah's art class won the cover of the 2019 Think Pink calendar!

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