Now Accepting 2020 Operation Snowball Registrations

The 30th Annual Operation Snowball – The Amazing MTHS Race – January 17 – 19, 2020. The cost is $50, but register before November 22, 2019 the cost is only $40!  Registration forms are available in the Guidance Office.  (Scholarships are available, see Mr. Finch in Guidance)  Students will spend the entire weekend among friends and enjoy a pizza party and dance.  Please click on the link below for the registration form and to learn more about this fun filled weekend.  Space is limited, so sign-up now!

Operation Snowball is an alcohol and other drug use prevention program focusing on leadership development to empower youth to lead drug-free lives. Operation Snowball is founded on the belief that youth and adults can make responsible decisions when provided with factual information and an opportunity to develop an understanding of one’s self and motivations.


What is Operation Snowball
Metamora Operation Snowball Registration
Parents Help 2020

Welding Scholarship Opportunity – Midwest Technical Institute

High School Seniors who are interested in a career in Welding are invited to participate in a Regional Welding competition on Saturday, April 25, 2020. This competition is being hosted by the Midwest Technical Institute and Delta Technical College. All participants will receive a $500 scholarship. Additional Scholarships will be presented to the top 3 participant at each competition.
1st place – $10,000.00
2nd place – $5,000.00
3rd place – $2,500.00
Participants MUST RSVP to Brittany at 309-989-7141.  Or you may call or text her with questions. For specific information please view the Welding Competition Information

Parents – Illinois 5Essentials Survey

Beginning October 24, parents of MTHS students will have the opportunity to participate in the annual statewide Illinois 5Essentials Survey. This survey is designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your child’s school. As a parent, this opportunity will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness. If at least 20 percent of MTHS parents complete this survey, a parent supplement report will be generated. Your feedback and insights are imperative as we strive to make MTHS a place where each student’s needs are met. The parent data will not be reported on the State Report Card.

The Illinois 5Essentials Survey for students and teachers will be conducted December 10 through February 14, 2020. The Parent Survey Supplement will be conducted from October 24 through February 14, 2020. To take the survey please visit and select the appropriate survey to begin.

Thank you for taking time to complete this survey and for your continued support of MTHS!

Mandatory CPR Training – 1st Semester Health Students – November 13, 2019

Attention Parents and Guardians of all students who are currently in Health Education 1st Semester.  On Wednesday, November 13, 2019 (late start), students in Health Class will need to be at school by 8 am or upon bus arrival.  Students will be completing the practical application of the State mandated CPR instruction in the Garber Gym.  If there are any questions please feel free to contact Mr. Ryan by email at

Pass/Fail Option Agreement Forms Available

Any Junior or Senior may take up to a total of one elective class per semester OR one elective double period class for one semester as PASS/FAIL per year with stipulations that are designated on the pass/fail option agreement form.

  1. Courses designated as required for graduation, or courses designated by any department are not available for the PASS/FAIL option may not be taken as such.
  2. Any student taking a course PASS/FAIL must have first completed the graduation requirements for courses in that department or be concurrently enrolled in a required class.
  3. Credit only will be awarded for a pass in this course.  There will be no grade calculated in the student’s grade point average (GPA) for this course.  If a student takes a class Pass/Fail, and earns a D- or better, a “P”(PASS) goes on the transcript.  The “P” does not affect the student’s GPA in any way. If a student takes a class Pass/Fail and earns an F, a “NC”(no credit) goes on the transcript.  This NC does not affect the student’s GPA in any way.
  4. The student is required to complete all papers/projects/tests/quizzes for this course.

Any student wishing to take a course PASS/FAIL must turn in the form to the Guidance Office.  This form must be turned in to the Guidance Office no later than Wednesday, January 8th before 3:30 pm.

This must be done with the formal agreement signed by student, parent and a guidance counselor. The grade will not be changed to Pass/Fail until after the end of the grading period. This will enable the parents to see the actual grade earned. Forms are available by clicking on the link and are located in the Guidance Office.  2019-2020 Pass/Fail Option Agreement Form