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MVTHS thanks National Railway for innovative program

Two additional Mt. Vernon Township High School students will now participate in a special internship program at National Railway, thanks to an ongoing partnership between the company, MVTHS and the City of Mt. Vernon. The cooperative placement program, run by the Mt. Vernon Area Vocational Center, was launched last summer. MVTHS students James Campise and Jacob Williamson were the first to take part. With the program, the two students worked full-time at National Railway during the summer, then switched to part-time when school began. The experience gave them a taste of what it’s really like to work in an engineering . . . read more

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Physics Students See Sound

One of the recent chapters covered was the study of sound. This topic is very interesting and is very complex. With the opportunity to see what the words meant, the lessons were much easier to understand. After studying and doing the back work, the class was able to experience what they were learning and do some experiments of their own. After selecting an instrument, each group was given the rough outline of an experiment and was released to do their research. The instruments created sound waves which consist of a series of air . . . read more

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2014-2015 Registration Online

MVTHS is pleased to announce that registration for the 2014-2015 school year will be completed online through Skyward Family Access.  This process was a great success last year and saved parents a lot of time.  You can complete the majority of the required steps for registration from any computer with internet access.  Please note: Skyward is not compatible with Google Chrome.  You will not be able to use the Google Chrome browser to register your student.   In addition to . . . read more

 
 

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