In order to learn more about our students’ school and home technology use for learning, we are reaching out to ask you to take part in the Technology & Learning questionnaire. Your participation is essential in helping us form a more complete picture of technology use for learning in your students’ lives. Please know that all of your responses will remain anonymous to protect your privacy.
Please use the following link to access the 10 minute survey:
New Temporary Business and Student Services Offices in October
The SMUHSD is saying “farewell” to its antiquated, over crowded facility and trailers, and saying “hello” to a state-of-the-art District Office scheduled to open in the fall of 2018. To make room for construction, Business Services and Student Services will be located in a temporary facility at 839 Hinckley in Burlingame starting in October. Business Services will relocate on October 7th. Student Services, including Special Education, will relocate October 22nd. See the flyer with complete details.
2017-18 COURSE CATALOG
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As your direct contact to the School Board, I am looking forward to becoming directly involved with the Mills community. Please contact me whenever you have a concern, compliment, idea, or an invitation to an event. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOME OF THE VIKINGS!
Friday 04/28: Rally Schedule
Mills students are STARS in the State Leadership “LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION ! “
The 70th Annual Leadership meeting of FCCLA was held in Riverside, CA on April 8- 12, 2017. There were over 700 students from California attending the State Meeting ---- all in red jackets!!. The ...more
VIKING STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
CodeNow is currently accepting applications for our upcoming workshops! Workshops take place over two weekends on June 3, 4 & 17,18. CodeNow is introducing a new, four-level program with the goal of teaching high school students web design, coding, and entrepreneurship:
We are encouraging students to apply ASAP because space is limited, but all students are encouraged to apply & participate.
Have questions about the workshop? You can learn more from our FAQ page.
After School Tutoring
What is STEM?
MHS BROADCAST #5
If you are interested in helping as a peer tutor at Mills High School this Spring 2017 or Fall 2017, please complete the following application. We need peer tutors who are friendly, responsible, good communicators, and possess a strong academic record (ideally 3.0 GPA or higher). Most importantly, we are seeking students with a genuine desire to help others. Please note that paid positions are open to juniors & seniors only. For questions, please contact Emily Baize via Schoolloop or at email@example.com.
Congratulations to our National Hispanic Scholars
Mills is proud to announce two seniors who were named as National Hispanic Scholars through the College Board's National Hispanic Recognition Program. Every year, the NHRP recognizes about 5,000 of the 250,000 Hispanic/Latino juniors who take the test.
Students may now view and order their Graduation Portraits through the Grad Images website: http://www.gradimages.com/
Common Core State Standards
Educational standards describe what students should know and be able to do in each subject in each grade. In California, the State Board of Education decides on the standards for all students, from ...more
Boys and Girls State
What is Boys State? American Legion Boys State is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for U.S. high school students. A participatory program in which ...more
The Student Nutrition Services Department has a new, easy-to-navigate web site that is comprehensive, focused on nutrition and fitness, and includes nutrition-specific educational lesson plans, videos, calculators and tools. Check out the new nutrition web site!
Apply for Covered California Affordable Health Insurance
We want our students and their families to be happy and healthy. Critical to health is having affordable and accessible health insurance. If you do not have insurance, please learn more about Covered California – a program that provides many individuals and families with affordable health insurance. Financial assistance is available to many families if they qualify. For more information and to find free, confidential, in-person help in your area, visit www.CoveredCA.com and click on the green “Find Local Help” button or call 1-800-300-1506. Individuals and families may also qualify for Medi-Cal benefits. Informational flyers can be found at your high school or at www.smuhsd.org/studenthealth.
Interested in having a positive impact on hundreds of children, learning new skills, building your resume, and having fun in the process? Camp Keff wants to hear from you!
Camp Keff, the popular seasonal day camp at the PJCC in Foster City, is currently hiring camp counselors and staff in anticipation of another bustling summer. The award-winning camp is looking for people who want to have a positive impact on their community, enjoy kids, have high energy, and are problem solvers. Ideal candidates will also work well with peers and have leadership, programming, and customer service skills.
The paid positions come with the extra perk of including a free summer membership to the PJCC, which features an award-winning fitness facility, indoor and outdoor pools, reduced member rates on spa services, personal training, and more. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age and a high school graduate.
Interested applicants are invited to apply online at www.campkeff.org or call Camp Director Ian Israel at 650.378.2767. The PJCC is located at 800 Foster City Blvd. in Foster City. To learn more about the PJCC, please visit www.pjcc.org.
The San Mateo County Farm Bureau is currently accepting applications for its 2017 scholarships. Applicable students should be Farm Bureau members or dependents of Farm Bureau members who are graduating high school seniors or are already in college.
Applications are due by Wednesday, May 24th, 2017. Please see Ms. Murtagh in the Career Center for an application
The UCSF Resource for Biocomputing, Visualization, and Informatics (www.rbvi.ucsf.edu) has an incredible summer internship opportunity for a TEALS high school student. The selected student(s) will work on one of two individual projects alongside professional programmers, contributing to cutting-edge research, and developing the skills necessary for a career in software development.
In order to be eligible for this opportunity, students must:
Unfortunately this internship is not paid as the RBVI department does not have funding resources to provide a wage or to cover travel expenses during the internship.
Application deadline is May 15th! Students should send the following application materials to firstname.lastname@example.org: