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This week follows the C-week schedule:  Monday-no school, Tuesday C1, Wednesday C2, Thursday C3,  and Friday C4.

News & Announcements

MoHS Test Day - Feb. 27

February 27 (Tues) is Test Day at Moanalua HS! All 11th graders will be taking the ACT test. Students in 9th and 10th grade who registered (and paid) for the PSAT will also be reporting to school this day. A complimentary breakfast will be provided to test-taking students with a valid MoHS ID. School buses will run on the regular Tuesday bus schedule.
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School Quality Survey Forms

2018 School Quality Survey (SQS) forms for parents & guardians will be sent home with each student on Thursday February 15th. Parents/Guardians please complete the SQS forms (one per student). We value your comments and opinions. Once completed, seal the SQS forms in the postage prepaid envelope and drop in the mail. Or, students may return completed forms to school to any of their teachers or the Administration Office.
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Communications from MoHS - Please Update Contact Information

Parents/Guardians - If you are not receiving phone calls or e-mails from the school, it may be because contact information is not current. Log in to Jupiter Grades to update e-mail addresses. Contact the Registrar's Office to update any phone numbers. To subscribe to text messages, see instructions below.
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ACT Test Info - Grade 11

February 27 is MoHS Test Day! ALL 11th graders will be taking the ACT. Click the headline above to access some resources that provide you with more information and preparation for the ACT. Please take some time to prepare for the test. Practice, practice, practice!
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Evacuation DRILL on February 9, 2018

We will be holding an evacuation drill on Friday, February 9 between 10:00-10:45 am. During this drill, you may hear alarms and see police around campus and in the community. Traffic around Moanalua High School may be affected during the drill. We practice drills yearly and work closely with the Police and Fire departments to plan for the safety and security of our students. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
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