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- Spring 2021 Schedule Change Request Form Link
If students wish to request a schedule change for the Spring 2021 Semester, please use the link.
- Important Message from Dr. Moody
Important Update 1/12/21 Good Evening Panther Families, this is Ryan Moody, Principal of Morehead High School with an important COVID-19 update as we prepare for in-person learning beginning January 21st for students. Any student returning on January 21st will need to have an attestation form completed by January 21st. You may find this attestation form on our district and school website. Please complete this form for each of your children and submit no later than Thursday, January 21st. Even if you have completed one of these forms earlier in the year, this is a new requirement for the updated safe return to learn plan. Also, you can view our COVID-19 Updates by clicking on the RCS CARES ABOUT YOUR SAFETY icon on the district webpage. Please remember all students and staff must continue to follow our current safety procedures and guidelines which include wearing a face covering properly over your nose and mouth at all times. In addition, students and staff will practice social distancing and washing hands frequently. For more information about our safety protocols, please visit our district website and our school website. Thank you for your partnership as we work together to ensure our students and staff are safe. Thank you for your time, have a great evening, and Go Panthers!!
- Rockingham County Schools | Morehead High School | United States
Paul Hines John M. Morehead High School Play Video Quick Links COVID UPDATES Get Updates Here SAY SOMETHING See It. Report It. Here ANNOUNCEMENT FORM Submit Announcement Requests Here APPAREL STORE Show Your School Spirit BULLYING FORM Report Bullying LIBRARY Quick Link TRANSCRIPTS Transcript Request CHROMEBOOK ISSUE Request Form REMOTE LEARNING MOU ANNOUNCEMENT NOTIFICATION ALERT Sign-up Now for announcement alerts BELL SCHEDULE Bell Schedule CALENDAR RCS School Calendar MHS Staff Quick Link to Staff Contacts YEARBOOK Order Your Yearbook RCS 20-21 High School Registration Guide Information ATTESTATION FORM Return Before Attending Plan B - Revised RCS CARES COVID UPDATES Link to Back to School Return to Learn Highlights Click on an image to view the full article 2 days ago Important Message from Dr. Moody 3 days ago RCS 2020-2021 FALL TESTING INFORMATION for JAN 11-15, 2021 3 days ago Weekly Message from Dr. Moody Jan 4 RCS Cares About Your Safety, Covid Updates Snapshot Jan 4 Weekly Message from Dr. Moody Dec 16, 2020 PLAN C 2-HR Delay Schedule Thursay, December 17, 2020 Dec 14, 2020 PLAN C 2-HR Early Release Schedule Friday, December 18, 2020 Dec 14, 2020 Weekly Message from Dr. Moody Dec 10, 2020 Say Something Training Recap Dec 8, 2020 Reunión para los padres de familia Dec 7, 2020 RCS 2020-2021 FALL TESTING INFORMATION Dec 7, 2020 Parent Canvas Recording Dec 7, 2020 Weekly Message from Dr. Moody Nov 30, 2020 Weekly Message from Dr. Moody Nov 18, 2020 Understanding Your Student's Canvas Webinar Nov 17, 2020 WATCH MHS GIRLS VOLLEYBALL LIVE Nov 16, 2020 Weekly Message from Dr. Moody Nov 10, 2020 MHS Feeding Site School Events
- Our School | Morehead High School | NC
About Morehead Morehead High School 134 N. Pierce Street Eden NC Phone (336) 627-7731 Fax: (336)623-5462 Instructional Hours: 8:30 am - 3:30 pm Office Hours: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Grades Served: 9-12 Mascot: Panther Colors: Black, White and Red Alumni Site Military Alumni In Memory Page Administrative Staff Mr. Ryan Moody, Principal Principal: Mrs. Tia Scales Assistant Principal: Mr. Jason Tuggle Assistant Principal: Directions: Directions from Greensboro Take Route 29 North Take the Eden/Yanceyville Exit (which is Route 14) At the top of the exit ramp turn left (heading west) at stop sign Stay straight on Route 14 about 13 miles on through traffic lights until in Eden city limits Directions in Eden Take Route 14 and head north (coming from Route 29) Stay on Route which becomes S. Van Buren in Eden Pass McDonald's Restaurant and stay straight at the stop light Pass the Morehead Hospital and stay straight about 0.5 miles Turn right at stop light onto East Stadium Drive Go 0.3 mile down East Stadium Drive Take a left at Pierce Street Arrive at destination on the right 770 Students 54% White 19% African-American 17% Hispanic 10% Other Our Mission Our mission is to empower students for success through rigorous and relevant instruction for future readiness and productive citizenship. Our School's Vision Our vision is "TEAM MHS is Climbing Toward Success." Beliefs of John Motley Morehead High School: With the support of teachers, administrators, parents, and the community, we believe that all students can learn. Students, teachers, and parents should be held accountable for student progress. Challenging expectations increase individual student performance. Student learning is the chief priority of the school and should be the focus of all decisions impacting the work of the school. Teachers, administrators, parents, and the community should share a commitment to continuous school improvement so our students can be come confident, self-directed, life-long learners. Students are valued individuals with unique physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs who learn when given appropriate opportunities for success within a safe and physically comfortable environment. Nuestra mision: Nuestra mision es preparar a los estudientes para el exito por medio de la instruccion rigurosa y pertinente, para el futuro y el ciudadania productiva. Nuestra meta: Nuestra meta es el equipo MHS sube hacia el exito. Nuestra filosofia en " John Motley Morehead High School" Con el apoyo de los Educadores, directores, padres, representantes y la comunidad, creeemos que todos los estudiantes pueden aprender. Los estudiantes, Educadores y los padres deberan ser responsables del Progreso academico de cada alumno (a) Esperar lo mejor de cada alumno; aumenta la ejecucion academica de cada estudiante. El proceso de aprendizaje de los estudiantes es la tarea primordial del Colegio y deberia ser el centro de todas las decisiones que impactan El ambito escolar. Los Profesores, directores, padres, representantes y la comunidad En general deberan compartir un compromiso continuo para el mejoramiento de nuestra institución con el proposíto que nuestros estudiantes se conviertan en aprendizes autodidactas, seguros de si mismos para el resto de sus vidas. Todos y cada uno de nuestros estudiantes son considerados individuos valiosos y unicos, con atributos fisicos, sociales, emocionales e intelectuales, quienes estan dispuestos a aprender cuando se les proveen Oportunidades apropriadas para el exito dentro de un ambiente seguro Y fisicamente confortable. Historical Information The consolidation of the communities of Leaksville, Spray and Draper, although officially sealed in 1967, actually began in 1952 with the opening of Tri-City High School to bring together the two existing high schools of the time, Leaksville High School and Draper High School. The high school continued as Tri-City High School until renamed John Motley Morehead Senior High School in1958 to honor local philanthropist and industrialist, John Motley Morehead III. He was working with the calcium carbide after his father and Canadian Thomas Willson discovered its commercial usages. Students in grades 10-12 from the former historically black high school, Douglass High School, were integrated into Morehead High in the fall of 1966. Since the school's construction was completed and the doors opened to the students of the three local communities, other buildings have been added in an ever increasing desire to improve the level of instruction for the students of Eden. These additions include a classroom building and auditorium (1960-61), Hough Library-Learning Center (1968), Newlin Gymnasium and Physical Education Center (1981) and the Cafeteria Complex and Science Building (1991). An Industrial Education Center, housed on campus from 1958 until 1966, was a countywide site for vocational training that was removed from Morehead High School and re-established at Rockingham Community College in Wentworth. Morehead High School serves students from the Central, Douglass, Draper, Douglass, and Leakesville-Spray zone communities offering a wide range of educational, social and athletic programs that over the years have seen Morehead High School students win statewide acclaim in educational and athletic endeavors that certainly make John Motley Morehead Senior High School one of the great high schools in the state of North Carolina. School Improvement Plan Our MHS School Improvement Plan is located in Indistar. This is a web-based tool that guides our school tool in charting our improvement and managing the continuous improvement process. Link to Indistar Username: GuestS17181 Password: GuestS17181 We want to hear from you! If you have any comments, suggestions for improvement, or questions, please complete this . Thank you! FORM Who is John Motley Morehead, III? John Motley Morehead III 1870 – 1965 Spray, NC – Rye, NY John Motley Morehead III [November 3, 1870 – January 7, 1965] Chemist, Inventor, Industrialist, Author, Philanthropist University of North Carolina, Phi Beta Kappa 1891 Awarded an Honorary Doctorate at UNC 1932 Morehead Family Name Son of James Turner Morehead [1840 – 1908] and Mary Elizabeth Lily Connally [1842 – 1917] Grandson of North Carolina’s 29th Governor, John Motley Morehead [1796 - 1866] and Ann Elizabeth Lindsay [1804 -1868] Nephew of John Lindsay Morehead [1833 - 1901] and Sarah Smith Phifer [1835 - 1867] Cousin of U. S. Congressman John Motley Morehead II [1866 – 1923] Husband of Genevieve Birkoff [1/7/1878 – 4/16/1945], married 1911 Husband of Leila Duckworth Houghton, [dates unavailable], married 1948 Partial List of Business and Professional Endeavors Morehead III was employed at Willson Aluminum Company, Eden [then Spray], NC Company founded by Thomas L. Willson and James Turner Morehead Willson and Morehead’s efforts to produce aluminum failed! James T. Morehead, Willson and Morehead III inadvertently discovered and then developed a new process to manufacture calcium carbide and acetylene! Several companies merged to become Union Carbide & Carbon Company 1898. Morehead III produced polyethylene, the company’s largest product. Company name changed to Union Carbide Corporation 1957 Morehead III volunteered for World War I. He ranked as a U.S. Army Major. He moved to Rye, NY in 1902, Mayor 1925-1930 [3 Terms] City is near Union Carbide Corporation Laboratories Ambassador to Sweden 1930 – 1933 Died in Rye, NY and buried in Rye Presbyterian Church Cemetery 1965 Outstanding Donations to University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Morehead-Patterson [Rufus Lenoir Patterson] Bell Tower 1931 Morehead Foundation for North Carolina Scholars 1945 Morehead Building including Planetarium and Genevieve B. Morehead Art Gallery 1949 Outstanding Donations to John Motley Morehead High School, Eden NC Tri-City High School 1952; Renamed in honor of John Motley Morehead III 1958 Football Field House Football Stadium South Side Bleachers Carillon Chimes Steinway Grand Piano in Memory of his wife, Genevieve Birkoff Morehead References: John Motley Morehead III: Payne, Latala. EDEN SUNDAY NEWS, “Portrait Receives Nameplate,” July 1, 2012. http://www2.godanriver.com/news/2012/jun/30/morehead-portrait-receives-nameplate-ar-2025513/ Rutland, Aulica. NEWS & RECORD, “A Few Branches of the Morehead Family Tree,” March 5, 2000. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Motley_Morehead_III http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=19891789 http://www.historync.org/laureate%20-%20Morehead.htm RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project - http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=caswellcounty&id=I26514 The Carolina Story: A Virtual Museum of University History - http://dc.lib.unc.edu/cdm4/item_viewer.php?CISOROOT=/vir_museum&CISOPTR=942 http://www.ourcampaigns.com/CandidateDetail.html?CandidateID=120611 http://museum.unc.edu/exhibits/researchuniv/john-motley-morehead-jr-1870-1965/ Lists John Motley Morehead (III) [1870 – 1965] as JMM, Jr. Governor John Motley Morehead - http://www.northcarolinahistory.org/encyclopedia/522/entry/ Father James Turner Morehead - Greensboro Historical Museum, MSS Collection 8 http://www.greensborohistory.org/archives/mss/html/MssColl-008--Morehead.htm Lists John Motley Morehead (III) [1870 – 1965] as JMM II. Uncle John Lindsay Morehead - http://www.findagrave.com/cgibin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=46841299 Cousin US Congressman John Motley Morehead (II) [1866-1923], Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, NC - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=8064406 Thomas Leopold Willson. Princeton, Ontario http://acswebcontent.acs.org/landmarks/landmarks/cal/index.html Morehead Planetarium - http://www.moreheadplanetarium.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=page&filename=history1.html John Motley Morehead High School: Retired faculty members and Leaksville Township Schools administrators - Duane Best, Mott Price, Faye Roberts and Bob Wilkes. Dr. John M. Hough, Jr., son of John M. Hough, Sr., deceased Superintendent of Leaksville Township Schools. Confirmation of Information [7-2-12] - Great-Great Niece, Page Nelson Lyon, Annapolis, MD Compilation - Gloria T. Best, Morehead High School Duane Best Scholarship Fund, Eden, NC [6-24-12]
- Curriculum | Morehead High School | NC
Quick Links Curriculum & Academics How to navigate this page: Below are quick links to various information about the curriculum programs and academics offered. Click on any link to view content. Some links will take you to the Rockingham County Schools website for general district information. Curricula Overview: The curriculum followed is determined by the State of North Carolina in our Standard Course of Study - link Quick Links AIG Program Core Curriculum and Standards CTE Courses Career & Technical Courses Cultural Arts Cultural Arts Classes Discovery Education Quick link to site Driver's Ed Electives ESL Resources Links to ESL Resources Exceptional Children List of Courses High School Resources Panther Pride J.R.O.T.C. Media Center & Library NC Careers Career Tools NC Career Cluster Explore Career Clusters RCS eBook Library Overdrive ROCKATOP Apprenticeship Science Science Courses Social Studies List of Courses TESTING Show More Section Details Driver's Ed Find information on requirements and state license procedures by visiting the RCS Driver's Ed page. To schedule your class or for information about the class, see additional information below. RCS Driver's Ed DMV Handbook The state has now approved Driver's Education to be taught at all schools. Class Information You are required to successfully complete 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of behind the wheel training. Classroom dates are established for each semester and for the summer, as available based on the Rockingham County Schools’ budget. Dates and times are listed on the school website. Announcements are also made on the intercom to remind students to register prior to the beginning of each new class. Behind the wheel training is scheduled based on the student’s age. When it is your turn to drive, a driving instructor will call you. It is to your advantage to list the most reliable phone numbers on your class registration form, so that the instructor can reach you to arrange your time to drive. Student must submit an online registration form for the classroom part of driver’s education to tentatively reserve a spot in the class. If you register online and it accepts your application you are enrolled in the class. The first day of class is listed on the online format and you are expected to be there on the first day of class. If you have questions, contact one of the driver education instructors. Pay a $25 fee to take the class on the first day of the class but no later than the third day of class. This is a non-refundable payment. This fee is not accepted from the student until the first day of the class. If the fee is not paid by the third day, you may be dropped from the class. If you do not pass the class or if you are dismissed from the class due to absences and/or disciplinary action, you will be required to pay the fee to enroll in a new class. Documentation due on the first day of class To enroll in the class, students must bring the ORIGINALS (not copies) of these documents on the first day of class: Social Security Card. This must be the original copy of your Social Security card. If you have lost your card, you may go to the Social Security office to apply for a new card. They will give you a certified document to verify your correct Social Security number and to provide proof that you have applied for a new card. Certified Birth Certificate issued by the county. This must be the original document with a raised seal (it may NOT be the Mother’s Copy or one issued by a hospital). If you do not have a certified birth certificate, you can obtain one from the Registrar of Deeds Office in the North Carolina county in which you were born. Cash or a check or money order payable to McMichael High School for the class fee payment ($25). Payment of the fee is not accepted until the first day of the class and is required on or before the third day of class to maintain enrollment. Students will receive a Rockingham County Schools receipt for this payment. Driver’s Education Class Attendance If a student accumulates more than 4 hours of absences from the driver’s education class for discipline or any other reason, the student will be dropped from the class. Fees for that class will not be refunded. Absences from the driver’s education class for extracurricular school activities (ex. athletics, band, chorus, clubs, etc.) will be treated like any other absences toward dismissal from the class. Graduated License North Carolina has adopted this program to help students gain driving experience gradually. Once you obtain a learners permit, you must keep it for 12 months, along with a driving log, regardless of when you turn 16. It is to your advantage to complete the Drivers Education program in the correct time frame with regard to your date of birth. Academic Eligibility Once you obtain a permit or license, you must pass 3 out of 4 subjects each semester in order to keep you license or permit. If your license is suspended for academic ineligibility, you cannot reapply for a license until the end of the following semester, providing you have passed 3 out of 4 subjects in that semester. When you become academically eligible to reinstate your license, your parent will need come to the school to sign a new Certificate of Eligibility. When you take that certificate to the Department of Motor Vehicles, they will charge the regular license fee plus a fine for reinstatement. Notification The school will notify the Division of Motor Vehicles if the student exhibits conduct that subjects him/her to disciplinary action as defined by G.S. 20-11(n). The license or permit may be revoked under these circumstances: The possession or sale of alcoholic beverage or an illegal substance on school property The possession or use on school property of a weapon or firearm that resulted in disciplinary action or that could have resulted in disciplinary action if the conduct had occurred in the public school. The physical assault on a teacher or other school personnel. What to take to DMV to apply for a permit or license: The student’s original birth certificate The student’s original Social Security card. The original copy of the Driver’s Education Certificate which certifies the student has completed drivers training at the school. The Driver’s Ed teacher issues this form to the student on the final day of driving instruction. Your parent or legal guardian must come to the school to sign and receive the Driver Eligibility Form, which is required at DMV. The form gives the school consent to release academic and disciplinary information about students to DMV. You must have passed three out of four classes for the previous semester to receive the form. The secretaries in the main office are available to issue this document during school office hours (8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. during the school year). When the parent comes to sign the form, they must bring their own ID and the student’s birth certificate, social security card and Driver’s Education Certificate. Overdrive eBook Library Our district digital library website link Download the "Overdrive" APP from your APP store. Add the "Rockingham County Schools" library to your library choices. Click on "e-read" format. Enter your login information according Choose "never" when it asks if you want the browser. Choose a book to download and read. Login information for staff: Username: (net id) Password: (DOB) YearMonthDay Ex: 19800115 (Jan. 15, 1980) Login information for students: Username: (net id - your "r" number) Password: (DOB) MonthDayYear r? Ex: 01151980r? (Jan. 15, 1980) ROCKATOP Apprenticeship Attention 11th and 12th grade students who are interested in an opportunity for "Free college AND a paycheck” Students an opportunity is knocking! Please share the information you heard at the assembly Monday, October 14th with your parents. Applications for the program will be due soon and parent involvement is required. For more information students or parents may call the school and ask to speak with Mrs. Hensley our MHS Career Development Coordinator." Visit the ROCKINGHAM APPRENTICESHIP AND TECHNICAL OPPORTUNITIES PARTNERSHIP website. "Connecting Your Talents and Interest to High Wage and High Demand Careers." LINK Rockatop Video Discovery Education Click on the link below to visit Discovery Education. Visit Site Discovery Education transforms classrooms, empowers teachers and captivates students by leading the way in providing high quality, dynamic, digital content to school districts large and small, rural and suburban and everything in between. Accelerate student achievement in your district by capturing the minds and imaginations of students with the fascination of Discovery, tapping into students' natural curiosity and desire to learn. Discovery Education offers a portfolio of opportunities for districts to meet students where they want to learn in the digital age. With award-winning digital content, interactive lessons, real time assessment, virtual experiences with some of Discovery's greatest talent, classroom contests & challenges, professional development and more — Discovery is leading the way in transforming classrooms and inspiring learning.