Middle-High School

Ms. Cynthia Lauzon, Principal

Phone (518) 359 – 3322

Fax (518) 359 – 9636

25 Chaney Avenue

Tupper Lake, NY 12986

June 2021 Update of Events for MHS.webm

End of Year Events

Video update from Ms. Lauzon with our upcoming End of the Year Events for the Middle-High School. Please visit our
EOY Events Page for events for both schools.

6th Grade Continuation Celebration Video

COMING SOON... After 7:00pm this evening.

Final Exam Schedules

**Students should plan to be at the exam site at least 15 minutes before the exam is scheduled to start.**

>> If transportation is needed to and from the school for an exam, please call
the MHS main office at (518) 359-3322 ext. 2002 as the deadline has passed.
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**Students should plan to be at the exam site at least 15 minutes before the exam is scheduled to start. If transportation is needed to and from the school for an exam, please make arrangements with the MHS main office at (518) 359-3322 ext. 2002 by June 14th at noon.**

Final Exams Schedule for Grades 9-12
(and Advanced 8th Grade Courses)

**Students should plan to be at the exam site at least 15 minutes before the exam is scheduled to start. If transportation is needed to and from the school for an exam, please make arrangements with the MHS main office at (518) 359-3322 ext. 2002 by June 14th at noon.**

TLMHS Virtual Art Show

Report an Absence

To report your child’s absence either call the attendance office at

(518) 359 – 3322 extension 2000 or send an email to attendance@tupperlakecsd.net

Tech Support

For Tech Support or to report a broken Chromebook, please email cbhelp@tupperlakecsd.net.

Red and Black Players: Shakespeare Shorties Playlist

College Gear Day 2021

Bell Schedule

Bell schedule.docx.pdf

Student Technology Usage Policy

Use of Technology & Information Resources BOE Policy 7314

We are proud to offer your child access to comprehensive educational computer resources, including software applications, databases, and web-based electronic information and services. However this access is a privilege, not a right, and carries with it the responsibility for demonstrating proper care and etiquette when using computer based learning resources.

Student data files and other electronic storage areas will be treated like school lockers. This means that such areas shall be considered to be the School District property subject to control and inspection. This includes, but is not limited to, all photograph and videotaping on school premises. The Computer Coordinator may access all such files, pictures, and communications without prior notice to ensure system integrity and that users are complying with the requirements of this policy. Students should not expect that information stored on the District Computer System will be private.

Tupper Lake Middle/High School regards the following as unacceptable uses of electronic facilities/equipment:

  • Intentional damage of equipment or information to include but not limited to theft, vandalism, attempting to gain unauthorized access of any software, operating systems, or files other than those you personally own or create. This includes installing, copying, or knowingly infecting a school computer with a virus or other malware.

  • Using school resources to perform illegal activities such as intentionally accessing or attempting to access digital information of a pornographic, racist, or otherwise inappropriate content.

  • Unethical behavior such as posting abusive, derogatory or inappropriate remarks, cyberbullying, using someone else’s account, or revealing or posting someone’s personal information.

  • Non – instructional use of school resources such as playing unauthorized games, wasting file storage space, printer ink, and paper supplies.

Ultimately, parents and guardians of minors are responsible for setting and conveying the standards that their children should follow when using computers and related technology-based resources. Accordingly, Tupper Lake Central School District respects and supports each family’s right to determine whether or not their children may have this access.