Syracuse Mets Welcome
Nearly 200 MPH Fans
And it coincided with the always-eventful Star Wars Night
MPH Family Night at the Syracuse Mets on September 17 was a resounding success, with nearly 200 tickets provided to MPH families for an evening of baseball, Star Wars, rolling around in the fantastic outfield play areas, and ballpark food. Secondary to all of the guaranteed fun was the additional joy of a Mets victory over the Buffalo Bisons, 8-3.
(Still) Wanted! Returning Families to Join Our Team of Parent Ambassadors
Admissions seeks to add to its much-appreciated team

These enthusiastic MPH parents support our Admissions efforts by serving as a resource for prospective and newly enrolled families with shared experiences, information, and guidance as the new and exploring families navigate their first year of enrollment at—or their initial exploration of—MPH. Opportunities to put your experience to good work could include speaking with prospective families either directly (when requested by Admissions) or via the “Chat with Our Community” page on our website; volunteering at campus events—including Admissions events; and volunteering at the “Welcome” table at (future) Back-to-School Picnics. Any parent is welcome to participate in the Parent Ambassador Program, and currently we would particularly love to add to our Lower School ambassador numbers. To volunteer as a Parent Ambassador, simply email and let us know you’re interested! Thank you! 
Photos of the Week
Ms. Pawlikowski sent these great pics of the Extended Day crew putting the STEAM Park's famous blue blocks to good use after school this week.
No Classes | Rosh Hashanah

4:00 p.m. Girls Modified 7/8/9 Soccer v. Bishop Grimes
4:30 p.m. Girls Varsity Tennis @ Pulaski
6:30 p.m. Girls Varsity Soccer @ Tully

4:30 p.m. Girls Varsity Cross Country @ Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW Rebels)
4:30 p.m. Boys Varsity Soccer v. LaFayette (OCS /LAFAYETTE)
4:30 p.m. Boys Varsity Cross Country @ Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW Rebels)
4:30 p.m. Boys 7th/8th Cross Country TBD @ Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW Rebels)
4:30 p.m. Boys Modified 7/8/9 Soccer v. Tully
4:30 p.m. Girls 7th/8th Cross Country TBD @ Altmar-Parish-Williamstown (APW Rebels)

4:30 p.m. Girls Modified 7/8/9 Soccer v. Tully
4:30 p.m. Girls Varsity Tennis @ Jordan-Elbridge
6:00 p.m. Girls Varsity Soccer @ Bishop Ludden

Homecoming Weekend | Details HERE
4:30 p.m. Boys Varsity Soccer v. Mater Dei Academy

Homecoming Weekend | Details HERE
11:00 a.m. Boys Modified 7/8/9 Soccer @ Bishop Grimes
1:00 p.m. Girls Varsity Soccer v. Fabius-Pompey

College Reps on Campus This Week

Grade 12
Below is the list of colleges visiting MPH next week. Don't forget to register at the home page of your Naviance.
For Grade 11
Juniors are welcome, in order to attend, in advance of the meeting you must register by sending an email to Mrs. Bernazzani ( and Mr. Cardamone (

9:30 a.m. Syracuse University
11:30 a.m. University of Scranton

9:30 a.m. St. Lawrence University
11:30 a.m. SUNY College at Brockport
1:30 p.m. Hamilton College

9:30 a.m. Northeastern University
Boys Soccer (4-3)
Tuesday | 3-2 (W) @ Bishop Grimes
Thursday | 2-6 (L) @ Mater Dei Academy

Girls Soccer (0-4-2)
Monday | 1-8 (L) vs. Jordan-Elbridge
Wednesday | 1-4 (L) @ Fabius-Pompey

Girls Tennis
Scores not in. We will catch up on scores next week.

Boys Cross Country (2-4-1)
Wednesday | 21-36 (W) vs. DeRuyter, 31-24 (L) vs. Fabius-Pompey

Girls Cross Country (0-3-1)
Wednesday | 50-14 (L) vs. Fabius-Pompey
MPH Apparel is Here
And you can buy online any time
The official Manlius Pebble Hill clothing store is now live with a wide variety of selections for all sizes, genders, and ages. A couple key points:

  • It's an online store, but it's open for the whole year
  • We have two designs available now - a script Manlius Pebble Hill School and an "MPH" option; you'll see the selections in the drop-down menus for each item
  • We'll be adding designs throughout the year, so keep checking back - and check Snapshot - we'll let you know when we've got new items
MS/US Program Night Coming Up
Thursday, Oct 6 | 6:00 p.m.
We look forward to having you join us for our MS and US Program Night scheduled for Thursday, October 6, beginning at 6:00 p.m. in the Phoenix Student Center. This will be a time to walk through your child’s schedule and hear from their teachers. This event is for parents only. Detailed information will be forthcoming. Questions can be directed to Juhee LaHaye.
Join Us for Alumni
and Homecoming Weekend 2022!
Alumni & Homecoming Weekend 2022!
Friday, Sept. 30 - Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022
Join fellow MPH families and alumni for a festive, fall weekend at Manlius Pebble Hill School.
Weekend events include:

Visit our Homecoming Weekend site for more details. Please register by Friday, September 23.

For questions or to volunteer, email Karen Belgrader at
Weekly Lunch Menu
You'll find the weekly lunch menu here in Snapshot every Friday, but it also lives on the MPH website (you can find it through the direct link or on the left column of myMPH).
PreK Sculpts Scraps Into Collaborative Art
PreK students learned what a sculpture was this week and learned the difference between a 2D object and a 3D object. They also talked about how these scrap pieces of paper can create different lines as, including zig-zag lines, curved lines, and other shapes.

The kids had to fold, glue and place pieces of paper to make a visually interesting piece of art work. All the work was then assembled to create a collaborative sculpture.

Next up, PreK students will be learning more in depth about Lines, 1 of the 7 elements of art. 
Brain Building in Grade 2
Ms. Solomon and Ms. Berry did a STEAM project with Grade 2 during which students worked in groups and followed steps to assemble a variety of different structures using Brainflakes building tools.
Miori Martial Arts After School Club, Grades K-5
The club runs on Tuesdays from October 13-November 17 from 3:15-4:00 p.m. Registration fee is $85.
Middle School students taking Ms. Foster's Forensics elective learned the intricacies of fingerprint details and analysis this week.

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