SHAPE MHS

Community Strategic Plan (CSP) - Volume I - School Years 2013/14 - 2017/18
Community Strategic Plan (CSP)
Volume I - School Years 2013/14 - 2017/18

Our Community

School Advisory Committee (SAC)

Your School Advisory Committee (SAC) is a group of elected members, equal part parents and professional employees, who work together to advise the school principal on educational matters, policies towards students and parents, student activities, and administrative procedures affecting students. They also advise on the allocation of school resources as well as student standards of conduct and discipline. 

Some of the goals we have set for the 2013-14 school year include working to facilitate a smooth transition for the students to the new middle school building next fall, improving communications using a weekly parent newsletter, standardizing communications when it comes to school related closures or delays, and implementing a plan for inclement weather days that provides safe areas for students when they aren't able to be outside.  

Your SHAPE MS/HS SAC meets the second Wednesday of each month in the high school library conference room at 3:45 and we welcome parent and community involvement.


Parent, Teacher, Student Association (PTSA)

The PTSA is an organization of parents, teachers, and students of SHAPE Elementary and High Schools who come together to bring educational programs, benefits, and fun to all students in our community. Through fund-raising, the PTSA is able to sponsor many fun and informative events in our schools, as well as provide supplemental school equipment and books, ensuring our students are afforded the best education possible. The PTSA is making a difference in your children's lives and the SHAPE community.

The PTSA helps by:

  • Purchases library books and Reading Counts tests
  • Exposes High School students to Shakespeare
  • Provides living history of the high school with Painted Past
  • Offers exposure to live theater to elementary students through Missoula Children's Theater
  • Coordinates school picture dates
  • Enables participation in the Scholastic Book Club and the Reflections program
  • Coordinates Teacher Appreciation and volunteer Appreciation programs
  • Other program enrichment

SY 2013-14 PTSA Membership Form


Scholarship Committee

All scholarship applications for the 2012-2013 school year have been dispersed and signed out. If you have any questions, please contact SAHS SC at .

Scholarship Committee raises funds to give out to members of the graduating class at SHAPE High School. In previous years the scholarship committee has consistently raised funds for over $30,000 in scholarships

  • Information
  • Events
  • Scholarship Application Information

Booster Club
The SHAPE Booster club is always looking for more parents to help support our students' activities. Please contact the front office for more information.
School Liaison Officer

The School Liaison Officer holds the following responsibilities:

  • Serves as primary advisor to the USAG Commander and Staff on matters relating to schools and School Liaison Services Functions as the USAG subject matter expert (SME) for youth education / school issues.
  • Go-to-Person for USAG support to schools.
  • Manages / coordinates / implements School Liaison Services (SLS).
  • Informs and assists parents on youth education and school issues.
  • Develops solutions in partnership with schools that ease barriers to successful education transitions for military youths.
  • Collaborates with schools, installation organizations, and community organizations to facilitate the education experience of military children and youth.

SLO US Army Garrison Benelux SLO Web Page

SLO Military K-12 Partners Liaison Information


Community Links
SHAPE MHS

SHAPE MHS

Unit 21420
APO, AE 09705-1420

Phone: 011-32-65-445715
Fax: 011-32-65-311664

It is the responsibility of the parents or guardians to notify the school every time a student is absent.

DSN: 423-5715
Local: (32) (0)65-445-715
Fax: (32) (0)65 326 264


School Hours

8 a.m.-4 p.m. (Monday-Friday)