Manhattan School District #3

Home of the Tigers, Forever Orange and Black

Announcements

  • E-Alerts:
    With the recent school events and issues we have been reminded that the school has not sent out any email messages from the E-Alert feature of the website.  An E-Alert message was sent on Thursday evening, 2/22.  If you didn't receive the email message with subject line, "Manhattan Public Schools E-Alert" and want to receive such messages all you need to do is register on the website.   
     
     
    2018 Reading Week:
    Mrs Hendrickson is coordinating the 2018 Reading Week. It will have a Dr. Seuss theme and will run from February 26 to March 2.  The Family Letter contains the daily details and will also be sent home with students. 
     
    Celebrating America Across Montana:
    Manhattan High School will be performing in the program, Celebrate America Across Montana: Tim Janis with State School Choirs, 2018, on Thursday, March 8th 7:00pm during the LIVE pledge event on MontanaPBS.  Additional air dates will occur on Sunday, March 11th at 5:30pm and Friday March 16th 10:30am. Tune-in and enjoy the incredible artistic talent and hard work of your music students who participated in this event at the KUSM-MontanaPBS studio in Bozeman. Over 400 students from 13 schools around Montana participated in January 2018.  Viewers can make a pledge over the phone during any of the airings at 1-800-426-8243 or pledge online atwww.montanapbs.org and receive your very own CD or DVD copy of the music and program. The schools that receive at least 10 pledges during the LIVE pledge event on Thursday, March 8th will be entered into a drawing to win a $200 Hal Leonard Music coupon.
     
    Divisional Basketball:
    The Divisional Basketball Tourney will be held at the Metra in Billings on 3/1, 3/2 and 3/3.  The Tigers will play Roundup at 10:30 am on Thursday, 3/1.  The Divisional Basketball Brackets include teams and times for all games.
     
    Superintendent Scott Speaks - February 2018
    Why Should Graduating Seniors Choose the Education Profession?
    I always like to ask graduating seniors the question “ What are you considering majoring in next year when you go to college?”  Very seldom do I ever get the answer, “I want to major in education.” ... Read the Rest of the Article  
     
    School Breakfast: A great way to start your day is to stop by and enjoy a breakfast between 7:30 and 8:15 in the school lunchroom.  Prices are $1.50 for students, $0.30 for reduced lunches and $1.80 for adults.  

    Spring Driver's Education:
    The next session of Manhattan Driver’s Education will begin on April 25, 2018 at 6:30 PM at Manhattan High School. Our session is scheduled to run from that evening through May 31. It is required for parents/guardians and all students to attend the April 25 meeting. At that time students will be able to enroll in the session and classes will begin immediately. ... Read the Rest of the Letter  and the Registration Link
     
     
     

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    Manhattan School District #3
    PO Box 425
    416 North Broadway St
    Manhattan, MT   59741
     
    District Office, Phone Number (406) 284-6460,  FAX (406) 284-6853
    High School, Phone Number (406) 284-3341, FAX (406) 284-3104
    Elementary School, Phone Number (406) 284-3250, FAX (406) 284-4122
     
     
    Position Name Email Address
    Superintendent Scott Chauvet schauvet@mhstigers.org
    Business Manager Ann Heisler aheisler@mhstigers.org
    High School Principal
    Title IX Coordinator
    Neil Harvey nharvey@mhstigers.org
    High School Secretary Lisa Grevious lgrevious@mhstigers.org
    Elementary Principal
    Homeless Liason
    Scott Schumacher sschumacher@mhstigers.org
    Elementary Secretary Cindy Howells chowells@mhstigers.org
    Athletic Director Pat Lynch plynch@mhstigers.org
    High School Technology Todd Lucier tlucier@mhstigers.org
    Elementary Technology Steve Whitney swhitney@mhstigers.org
    Website Coordinator Dan Heisler dheisler@mhstigers.org
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


    Website Accessibility:
    The Manhattan School District website is designed to provide equal access information to all members of the Manhattan Community. Contact the Superintendent at (406) 284-6460 regarding questions about the functionality of, or content on the website that is inaccessible. Information on filing a formal grievance with the District pursuant to the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act 1990 can be found by clicking the "Federal and Montana Legal Notices" link under Quick Links. Policy 1700 – Uniform Complaint Procedure can be found under the District Tab by selecting “School Board Information,” then selecting "Board Policies." This information may also be obtained by contacting the Superintendent at (406) 284-6460.

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