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Attention Students!!!! Medical Suspension day is fast approaching. There are many students who have not turned in their physical and shots. Many of these students are freshmen and seniors. Please turn in your paperwork to the Nurse's Office in Room B110.

MVTHS Open House

Mount Vernon Township High School's first ever open house at our new North Wells Bypass Campus will be on October 4th from 5:30-7 pm.  Teachers will be available for parent teacher conferences in their 4th hour classroom.  Tours will also be ran during this time for any guests that have not had an opportunity to view our new facility that we are so proud of.

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Medical Suspension

Monday, October 17, 2016 is Medical Suspension day. There are approximately 180 students who have not turned in their physical and/or shots. Please turn in your medical papers to the Nurse's Office B 110 as soon as possible.  

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Nurses Notes | Flu Season

It's that time of year again! Kids are coughing, sneezing, and sharing germs. I have attached a printable handout for you that tells the symptoms to look out for concerning the flu. Please use this as a reference. Symptoms of the flu • fever (usually high) • headache • extreme tiredness • dry cough • sore throat • runny or stuffy nose • muscle aches • Stomach symptoms, (NVD), also can occur but are more common in children than adults • Those who get flu-like symptoms at school should go home and stay home until at least . . .

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MVTHS Senior Shreya Nair becomes a STARS Research Scholar

Mt. Vernon Township High School senior Shreya Nair completed all requirements and graduated from the 2016 STARS Program on July 22, 2016. Graduating from this program has made her a STARS research scholar! Congratulations to Shreya, MVTHS is very proud of your accomplishment! We are delighted to announce that Ms. Shreya Nair, senior, Mount Vernon Township High School has won the Partnership of Research Institutions’ Award for Excellence in Research for her work completed this summer with Dr. Michael Anch, Associate Professor, Saint Louis University.  More than 90 of the area’s best and brightest high . . .

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