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Mohawk High School

Principal: Stacey Whaley  |  School Hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Thursday  |  Office Phone: (541) 933-2512


30Oct 20

Update for Marcola School Community

Mustang Community As you may have heard, Governor Brown and State Superintendent Colt Gill held a news conference today to share plans for getting students across the state back into school.  At this time, that does not change what we are currently doing in Marcola.  As we are able to meet the metric requirements, more information will be shared about next steps.  Stay tuned in…

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02Oct 20

Letter to Families October 1, 2020

October 1, 2020 Dear Families, We made it through the first full week of school!  It was great to see the smiles on the teachers’ and students’ faces when they started connecting again.  We heard many stories from students and staff alike about how great it was to see each other and share experiences.  Hopefully, your student is feeling connected and comfortable with their class…

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18Sep 20

School Update

School Board Members, Staff, and Community, We hope everyone is back home and safe after the recent challenges.  The school itself is at evacuation Level 2 right now, and we can't be back in the building until we get to Level 1.  Due to smoke, soot, and ash all over campus and in all of the air handling systems, cleaning must happen before staff can…

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17Sep 20

Letter to Families from Principal Whaley

September 17, 2020 Dear Mohawk Families, I am so glad that families are getting back into their homes after being displaced by the Holiday Farm Fire.  It has been a long week for many.   I also evacuated from my home in the Mohawk Valley last week and know firsthand the stress that comes with waiting and wondering.  School is important, but not nearly as…

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16Sep 20

Message From Superintendent Augustadt, September 16, 2020

September 16, 2020 Dear Marcola School District Parents and Community, A few quick updates: I just received information from the sheriff's department; Sergeant Wallace. Basically stating the fire is still located about 3 miles from campus, the fire is moving slow and they have a containment line on the west edge of the fire. *Area around campus has been moved to a level 2 status; …

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