School Closing Information
Per Governor Baker, the schools are now closed until Monday, May 4 2020.
- MMH School @ Home
- Messages from our principal to the families
- Remote Learning Opportunities Notification and Guidance
- Materials to keep up to date on skills and content – Parents Guide to Google Classroom
- Please see the district website for COVID-19 Updates & Resources and latest updates from the Superintendent
June 7, 2020 Start Time: 1:15-1:45 Start Location: Monument Mountain Regional High School End Location: Intersection Main Street and Bridge Street, Great Barrington Turn right out of the MMRHS driveway onto Route 7 northbound Turn right onto Maple Street,...
Monument Students & Families - The District is making the shift to remote learning from enrichment activities, shared in Peter Dillon’s communication to all families yesterday. The Monument Mountain team has been working hard over the past week to prepare for...
Monument Students & Families - Good morning everyone. In a typical situation, I would begin with a little funny lie ... followed quickly by a fun “April Fools”! Don’t we all wish our current reality were just Mother Nature’s crazy April Fools prank....
Monument Students & Families - Good afternoon everyone. Since my email last Friday, the situation with COVID-19 has continued to evolve with closures to non-essential businesses in the Commonwealth and additional recommendations for increased social distancing...
Monument Students & Families - This first week of closure has had our admin team and food service staff working hard on getting our food distribution up and running and by next week will have a better understanding of the food security needs of our families. Today...
MMRHS 9/11 Flag Project
Senior Citizen Luncheon
The mission of Monument Mountain Regional High School is to create opportunities that foster intellectual and personal growth and Challenge all to become courageous learners, engaged citizens, and individuals of integrity.
Monument Mountain Regional High School is committed to expanding access to rigorous course work including AP courses, improving student performance, and supporting student success. We’ve been recognized for our work as part of the College Board’s 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll. Monument Mountain Regional High School is one of 547 school districts to earn a spot on @CollegeBoard’s 5th Annual AP District Honor Roll.