MPH Blood Drive Surpasses Goal

MPH Blood Drive Surpasses Goal

The Manlius Pebble Hill School Model United Nations Team hosted a blood drive yesterday, February 14. MPH junior Nathan Sonnenfeld reintroduced the idea to the community after speaking to a Red Cross representative when he himself donated blood late last year. He approached MPH School Nurse Christine Civello, RN, BSN, who was excited to get […]

Beth Scott Receives Certificate of Achievement

Beth Scott Receives Certificate of Achievement

Congratulations to MPH Suzuki teacher, Beth Scott, who was recently awarded the Certificate of Achievement from the Suzuki Association of the Americas (SAA). This was earned through completion of required coursework, submission and evaluation of recorded student performances and lessons, and a self-evaluation essay.  The purpose of this certificate program is to recognize teachers with […]

MPH Successful at Science Olympiad

MPH Successful at Science Olympiad

Twenty-eight MPH Science Olympiad members competed on January 26 at the 2019 Midstate Division C Regional Tournament at Le Moyne College.  Forty-three teams from across the CNY area competed in 22 events. The most senior of our three teams placed a respectable 16th out of the 43 teams. Jack Murray and Grace Zhang placed first […]

MPH Singers to Perform at Area All-State Festival

Three Upper School students were selected to participate in this year’s Zone 3 Senior High Area All State Festival. Our zone includes schools from Onondaga, Cortland, Broome, and Cayuga counties. Elizabeth Ouimette-Garza was selected to participate in the Treble Chorus and Hannah Jin and Hannah Warren were selected to participate in the Mixed Chorus. After […]

Student Artists Shine at Scholastic Art Competition

Congratulations to the following students on their artistic achievements, hard work, and creative thinking. They competed in and won recognition in the regional Scholastic Art Awards. Ninety schools competed and over 5,490 pieces were entered. Our region covers a very large geographic area – 13 counties and almost 400 eligible schools in CNY! The top 10% […]

Teresa Henderson Recognized

Teresa Henderson Recognized

Manlius Pebble Hill School Visual Arts and Design Chair Teresa Henderson has been named the recipient of this year’s Union College’s Gideon Hawley Teacher Recognition Award.  Students at Union College are invited to nominate one of their secondary teachers, and a committee selects a single recipient from the many nominations.  Teresa will be honored at […]

Middle School Orchestra to perform at Crouse Hinds Theater

Middle School Orchestra to perform at Crouse Hinds Theater

The Middle School Orchestra will be performing on February 9th at The Civic Center’s Crouse Hinds Theater. They will be playing in the lobby prior to Symphoria’s performance of My Funny Valentine at 7:30 p.m.  There is no cost to watch the MPH Orchestra, however, should you choose to stay for the Symphoria performance,  tickets can […]

MPH Alumnus, International Concert Organist Jonathan Embry ’10 to Perform in Syracuse

MPH Alumnus, International Concert Organist Jonathan Embry ’10 to Perform in Syracuse

Most Holy Rosary Church announces a free concert, open to the public: Organ Convert – On the Casavant Pipe Organ, on Saturday, January 26 at 6:30 p.m. Performing will be International Concert Organist Jonathan Embry, a 2010 graduate of Manlius Pebble Hill School. The church is located at 111 Roberts Ave, Syracuse, NY 13207. Below […]

Introducing our 150th Celebration Gala Chairs—Diane and Mark Wladis

Introducing our 150th Celebration Gala Chairs—Diane and Mark Wladis

Now in their second year as an MPH family, Diane and Mark Wladis have taken on a major leadership role for the School as chairs of our 150th Celebration Gala. While the big event is still several months away (mark your calendar for April 5!), they’ve been hard at work since the fall securing sponsorship […]

Sixth Graders Volunteer at The Salvation Army

Sixth Graders Volunteer at The Salvation Army

Members of the MPH sixth grade class spent time today volunteering at The Salvation Army, sorting food and toys in preparation for the Salvation Army Christmas Bureau Distribution Day on Wednesday, December 19. According to Salvationarmy.org, each year before Christmas, The Salvation Army partners with hundreds of community groups and thousands of volunteers to make […]