Manistee Middle + High School

Grades: 6-12 | Manistee Area Public Schools

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Welcome to Manistee Middle/High School!

Please Note: The indoor walking track is closed at this time. The outdoor track may be used for recreational walking after school hours.

By making positive choices, striving toward personal goals, and supporting each other, we all make a difference in the world around us. We inspire each other to dream more, learn more and do more.

We are equipped with the knowledge and values necessary to become productive and successful citizens of our world. With respect, dedication, and integrity, we work as a community to reach our highest potential.

Chips Lead!

MMHS Announcements

Manistee City Police @ MMHS

This morning Manistee City Police responded to a community member in distress in the parking lot drive. The person did not attempt to enter the building and police were able to deal with the situation without incident. MAPS continues to appreciate the timely and...

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MMHS Lockdown

This afternoon MMHS went into lockdown mode in reaction to a student in distress. This was resolved with the help of Manistee City Police after approximately 15 minutes. Students and staff did a great job following protocol and the student is safe and with family. We...

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Alarm at MMHS

Today at 2:15 MCP and the MCFD arrived at MMHS in response to a fire alarm; the issue was a faulty sensor. Students were outside for about 10 minutes until it was determined the building was safe. Thank you to our police and fire crew for their constant support and...

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Benzie County Drug Dog @ MMHS

Today the Benzie County K-9 unit visited MMHS for a routine "sniff" around the building. The unit was assisted by officers from Manistee City Police and no incidents arose from the visit. MAPS is appreciative of the efforts from our local law enforcement for helping...

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Homecoming 2022 Update

Our Homecoming parade will now start at 4:30pm on Friday. Here are the rest of the events for the week: Wednesday - Powder Puff consolation and final games @ Chippewa Field 6:00-8:00pm - Bonfire immediately following final game Thursday - MS Assembly in gym during...

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Your MMHS Team

Location: 525 Twelfth Street, Manistee, MI 49660 | Map
Telephone: 231-723-2547
Fax: 231-398-9277
Attendance Hotline: 231-398-3625
School Office Hours: M-Th: 7:30am – 4pm, Friday 7:30am – 3:30pm

Administrative Team

Principal: Andy Huber –    

Assistant Principal: Morgan Nowicki –

Student Success/Dean of Students: Bridget Warnke 

Athletic Director: Kenn Kott –

Secretary: Kasandra Johnson –

Secretary: Karen Beldo –

Guidance Counselor: Paul Howes –

Guidance Secretary: Tara Lange –

Assistant Athletic Director: Kendra Mikolajczak –

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MMHS Staff
 Name Title / Grade / Content Area Email
Administrative Staff
 Andy Huber HS/MS Principal
 Morgan Nowicki Assistant Principal
 Bridget WarnkeDean of Students
 Karen BeldoAdministrative Assistant
 Kasandra JohnsonAdministrative Assistant
 Paul Howes Guidance Counselor
 Tara Lange Guidance Administrative Assistant / Registrar
Kenn KottAthletic
 Beth ForbesActivities Secretary/Assistant Athletic
 Kendra MikolajczakActivities Secretary/Assistant Athletic
 District Technology
 Kenneth Blakey-Shell District Technology Director
 Gabe Delgado Elementary Device
Matt Froncek Apple Certified Technician
David Gagstetter Data & Device
 MMHS School Instructional Staff
 Gregg BennettSocial
 Chelsea BurnsPE/Health
 Dan Burns Language Arts
 Troy Bytwork Social Science
 Amanda Clemons English
 Jane Deising Special Education
 Rachel Edmondson Language
 Cindy Erdman Special Education
 Amanda Feyen Choir
 Joe Hendges Social Science
 Marcy Huber Math
 Kristen Johnson Special Education
 Sam Joseph Language Arts
 Brooke Koller Special Education
 Michelle LaPrad Science
 Andrea Mack Instrumental Music
 Cassie Miller PE/Health
 Troy Nezki Math
 Cheryl O'Connor Social Studies
 Ryan O'Donnell Science
 Mary Olson Science
 Amber Poortvliet Science
 Kevin Postma Science
 Amber Puchtel Art
 Tobia Purple Special Education
 Dan Saylor Social
 Polly Schlaff Language Arts
 Devin Schweigert
Whitney Simic-Finch Math
 Joel Smith Social Studies
 Kathy Smith Math
 Hannah Starmann Language Arts
 Eric Thuemmel Math
 Michael Tilmann II PE/Health
 Bridget Warnke Science
 Amy Watkins Math
Ingrid Bond Band
Carrie CameronOne to One
Courtney ColeOne to One
Todd GarberOne to One
Erryn MooreOne to One
Kristen MezeskeOne to One
Nichole SchroederOne to One
Cindy Sheathelm
 Robert Von HerbruckOne to One Paraprofessional
 Jennifer Williams MS Activities Director
 MMHS School Custodial
James Kropacek Custodian
Dan Lloyd Custodian
Steve Sciba Custodian
Nutrition Service
 Keri CarlsonNutrition Service Director
Stacy ApplegarthNutrition
Jessica BrownNutrition Service
 Richard KoonNutrition Service (Driver)
Bonnie KruseNutrition
 Terri MorskiNutrition Service (Meals on Wheels)
 Jennifer RogersNutrition Service (Senior Meals Program)
 Linda WandrychNutrition Service
Paine Aquatic Center


Your Chippewa Journey Continues at MMHS

Our goal at Manistee Middle/High School is to provide the utmost in educational opportunities for our students – utilizing both our state-of-the-art facilities and outstanding staff. Whether leading a host of challenging classes or providing support systems to meet the needs of every student, we strive to do it the Chippewa way – the right way – every day. We look forward to another great year of traditions in academic excellence and exciting activities!  Our commitment to exceeding expectations continues to make Manistee Area Public Schools the district of choice.

Chips Lead!

As Manistee Chippewas, we are all leaders in our own way. Chips Lead at school, with friends, and in the community by developing healthy relationships, using responsible decision-making and respectful communication.

T | TRUSTWORTHY — Chips are reliable, honest, and dependable

R | RESPECTFUL — Chips are considerate of the beliefs and opinions of others

A | ACCEPTING — Chips welcome diversity without judgment

C | COOPERATIVE — Chips work together towards common goals

K | KIND — Chips are thoughtful, helpful, and appreciative

“TRACK” is the Manistee Area Public Schools global, district-wide, leaders platform that all educators, staff and students follow throughout their Chippewa Journey.  This initiative is connected to course curriculum,  extra curricular programs,  disciplinary procedures, and internal culture.