Virtual Backpack is a place for Morton 709 families to receive flyers and other information from the district, schools, and community organizations.
How do I submit a flyer?
Ensure that your flyer clearly states "Not sponsored by Morton School District". Then, send an email to [email protected] with a PDF version of the flyer along with your name, organization, and requested display dates.
Building Online Forms
MHS Athletic Physical Form
IHSA-IESA Sport Physical Pre-Participation form.
MHS Bullying/School Safety Form
This form has been created to help provide a safe means of reporting a concern about school safety. It is designed to remain anonymous and it is encouraged that bystanders who hear or see a threat against school safety (this includes bullying and/or concerns about self-harm) report their observations so appropriate action can be taken. Anyone, including victims, may use this form to report concerns.
MHS College Appointment
Please fill out Limited Excused Form
MHS Limited Excused Absence
Complete the MHS Limited Excused Absence form and return to the Office of Students Services two days prior to planned absences. Teachers have the prerogative to require students to turn in assignments before leaving.
MHS Records Release
The MHS Record Release grants permission to release MHS records or secure records from another school or agency.
MHS Resource Person and Volunteer Request Form
MHS Sack Lunches Parent Order
Sack lunches are available for students to take on field trips.
The Sack Lunch includes:
Sub Sandwich w/ Turkey Ham & Cheese
or Cheese Sandwich
Dragon Punch 100% Juice
Baby Carrots & Dip
Choice of Milk: White or Chocolate
Cost of the Sack Lunch is based on each student’s eligibility just as lunches served at school.
Paid - $2.30
Reduced - $.40
Free - $0.00
Your student’s account will be charged for a sack lunch or you can send payment to your child’s teacher. The lunch will be ready & waiting on the morning of the trip!
MHS Transcript Amendment Request Form
To the Parents/Guardians of grade 11 and 12 students:
Each high school junior takes the SAT in April. The SAT is one measure of the progress your child has made toward college readiness.
Please sign below indicating whether you do or do not want all of your student’s SAT, ACT, and Advanced Placement Exam scores affixed to the student’s transcript. (Please note a single score cannot be sent alone or deleted.) Please complete the notice below and return the signed document to the Counseling Office by March 29th. If you fail to return the form, your child’s SAT, ACT, and Advanced Placement Exams will NOT be affixed to the transcript.
Complete the MHS Withdrawl Form when withdrawing from the high school.