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Mitchell High School Registration Set For Monday, August 5th
Mitchell High School Registration Set For Monday, August 5th

The first day of school in Mitchell is Monday, August 19th.  Final registration for all high school students will be this Monday from 9:00 am to noon and from 1:00 to 4:00 pm.  Registration packets were mailed to all high school students.  If you did not receive a packet, call the high school at 995-3034.  First-time students must show a certified copy of a birth certificate and an immunization record at the time of registration.  Student pictures will be taken on the day of registration, with picture make-up day scheduled for September 6th for those who cannot attend registration.  Activity passes will be sold as well.  Orientation for freshmen and new students will be held at Mitchell High School on Monday evening at 7:00 pm.  It’s an opportunity for 9th graders and new students to become familiar with the school building and to ask any questions they might have. 

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