Calendar of Events
June 9 @ 2 PM (virtual viewing begins)
Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony
|Comcast channel 18 and www.fcps.org/tv|
MHS - Come to the Cafeteria Doors
Seniors: June 16
All others: June 18
MHS - Come to the Cafeteria Doors
Virtual Graduation - June 9, 2020 @ 2:00pm
FCPS has planned virtual graduation ceremonies for each school as a result of the Governor's Executive Orders associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Middletown High School virtual graduation ceremony will be available for viewing beginning on Tuesday, June 9, 2020 at 2:00 pm.
FCPS will provide multiple opportunities for families to view the graduation ceremonies. Each graduation ceremony will be shared via FCPS social media platforms: FCPSMaryland YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. In addition, we will broadcast the ceremonies over FCPS TV (Comcast channel 18 and www.fcps.org/tv). Each high school will publish their individual ceremonies via a link on their school's webpage. FCPS is also purchasing USB drives with the graduation ceremony of individual school ceremonies to issue to our graduates as a keepsake.
For complete FCPS graduation information, please visit the FCPS Graduation 2020 webpage.
DIPLOMA PICK UP
Diplomas will be available for pick up at MHS on Tuesday, June 16 from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm. At this time, if you have any remaining honor cords, school honor society recognitions, awards, etc., they will also be available for pick up and packaged with your diploma and transcript. Please come to the cafeteria doors. Any remaining financial obligations will be due at that time.
Given that this is an important legal document, we ask that graduates pick up their diplomas in person, and they sign that they have received it. If you are unable to be there during the pick up window of time, please contact Ms. Naff at email@example.com and arrange a time this summer to pick up your diploma. NOTE: A parent can pick up and sign for the student's diploma if they have a written note signed by the student giving permission.
There will also be a banner for members of the MHS senior class of 2020 to sign and to be later placed in the school.
If you received a financial obligation letter and have questions about your obligation, please contact our financial secretary, Ms. Naff at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please make sure you senior has completed their senior survey at https://student.navaiance.com/middleths . Final transcripts cannot be sent unless this has been completed.
Yearbooks for seniors will also be distributed in the cafeteria from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Tuesday, June 16.
Yearbooks for all other grades will be distributed in the cafeteria on Thursday, June 18. Students with last names starting with A-K should pick up their books from 9 am to noon. Students with last names starting with L-Z should pick up their books from 1 pm to 4 pm. Students who are unable to pick up books themselves may have someone else pick up their book; all books must be signed for by the person picking up the book.
During the yearbook pick up, we will be observing social distancing and please wear a mask.
Students who are unable to pick up their books at the designated times may contact the front office to pick up at a later date.
Thank you and congratulations to the class of 2020!
Support for FCPS Chromebooks and Technology
Students who need replacement equipment or get locked out of their account, should email email@example.com or call 240-236-7473 between 8:00 AM-2:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Please leave a message with the student's name, the best way to contact you, and the issue that you are having.
The Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line is an anonymous reporting system used to report threats to the safety and/or well-being of students. Students, parents, faculty, staff, and members of communities throughout Maryland may use this anonymous, app- and web-based reporting system to share their concerns, such as:
Mental health crises
School and community violence
Other issues affecting our Maryland students
The Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line is a tool for proactively addressing harmful situations and helping students who need it. By using a variety of communication modes to support the reporting and routing of tips, The Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line empowers the citizens of Maryland to create a culture of preparedness, prevention, and school safety for our students.
For Tip Line information, see the Maryland Center For School Safety website: http://safeschoolsmd.org/
See Safe Schools Maryland Tip Line Flyer here: https://fcps.ezcommunicator.net/edu/Frederick/GetFile.aspx?DocId=10985