Daily School Announcements

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General Announcements

We are here to help you!

Reminder that your Student Services Department is here and happy to help you! Around the school you'll notice posters with a QR code to access our Student Services Website. Use the website to find valuable resources related to mental health, community resources, and Covid-19. You can also make appointments to see your student services staff through our website. 

Please schedule an appointment, prior to entering student services. Feel free to do so on the student services website or via the posters in front of the student services office.


Attention past Photo students...

Attention all past photo students....did you have photo 1 last spring with Ms Stoenner or Ms Huckins? If so, please stop by room 1203 to pick up items from your photo locker or email Ms Stoenner to arrange pick up. All items not claimed by March 19 will be donated. Thank you!! 

Relaxation/Yoga sessions for Students

Mondays: 8:15-8:45am
Come listen to a guided relaxation and reset, to help begin the week with a sense of peace.  Screens and mic's can be off while you experience the practice.
Mindful Monday  Zoom link

Fridays 11:00-11:30am
Gentle flow yoga is offered to all! End the week by releasing the time online, in community practice. All are welcome, screens optional!
Friday Yoga Zoom link
Led by Betsy Delzer.
Bridge Volunteering

In addition to offering an alternative to your home work space, Bridge is now offering simple, fun and safe activities after school.  Check out  the website out  www.bridgevolunteering.com   for next week's activities!  We will have a jewelry making class and cookie taste testing! Sign up today!


Need a new study spot?
Bridge is now offering time slots for you to go and do your virtual learning at a safe, comfortable, “different than your bedroom” spot where an adult will always be present and there are really good snacks!  Go to bridgevolunteering.com to sign up now. Spots are filling fast!  Bridge is located at 1918 Parmenter Street which is right downtown Middleton so you can walk to lunch after you finish your classes.






Have you been thinking about applying to Edgewood College but thought maybe it's too late?  If so, now's your chance!
From now through March 1, students are able to use fee waiver code 246 to automatically receive a one-time special $1000 Cap City Award scholarship simply for applying to Edgewood College during this time frame!  
Additionally, this code will also waive the $30 application fee. 


The only other item needed to complete your app to Edgewood College is your MHS transcript, which you can request at www.parchment.com

Student Organizations Announcements


Model UN

Sign up for Model UN’s Final Conference of the Year, Northwestern (NUMUN)

NUMUN will take place virtually from April 8th-11th 
Sign-up is happening now on My Payments Plus and closes March 11th
Everyone is welcome to attend--no prior Model UN experience is needed!

Try Improv in 2021

Ever thought you'd like to try improv?  T.W.I.G. is  the school's improv club, and they meet every week Wednesday to do fun improv games and to practice their improvisational skills together. T.W. I G. is branching out doing shows and hopefully will be doing a virtual show for fine arts week this year!

No experience is necessary, and all are welcome to give it a try. Contact Ms. Brunner for more information.


Anime Club

Anime club meets on Tuesdays from 2-3pm in Mr. Shrago's ASR. We are currently using a streaming service to watch the show .hack//sign together. We are always open to new members!
Engineering Club
Engineering Club meets on Fridays in Mr. Shrago's ASR. We are currently engaged in an internal competition to build the best thing that flies. All are welcome, please feel free to attend and make something cool that flies (more competitions to follow, all just for fun and silliness)

NEW CLUB -Mountain Bike Club

A casual and fun place to improve and learn how to mountain bike.
Contact Finn Patenaude(pf26710) by email if you are interested. Virtual meetings are happening now and will have in person biking sessions in spring.



Are you interested in learning about robotics, 3D-printing, and specialized engineering? If so, come to a STEM Club meeting! They cover topics ranging from astronomy to RC cars, with an emphasis on exploration and community involvement. 

Meets every Tuesday during ASR in Ms. Hunt's "room." 


Student Services Announcements

PATCH (Providers and Teens Communicating for Health) is an innovative, youth-driven program working to ensure all young people receive high-quality, youth-friendly services in their community. Learn more at www.patchprogram.org.

The Peer-to-Peer Workshop is a 60-minute lesson and is intended to empower young people to learn to manage their own health care, and equip them with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate and advocate for youth-friendly services.

We are considering scheduling a workshop for Middleton High School and Clark Street Community School students interested in learning more about healthcare. Let us know if this is something you would attend!

Please join the Rape Crisis Center Youth Support Group! A 6-week support group designed to discuss topics around healthy relationships, self-care, and healthy coping mechanisms

Start Week: March 3rd 2021

Wednesdays at 10am-11am

Week 1: Introduction

Week 2: Healthy Relationships and Identifying Healthy Boundaries

Week 3: Assertive Communication/Boundary Setting

Week 4: Therapy through Music

Week 5: Therapy through Art

Week 6: Self-Care

Taught by Rape Crisis Center Advocates  To enroll, please email heidi.kobor@thercc.org

Calm Together – Tips to help you stay mindful and well
Lessons and demonstrates of mindful practices from Susan Kiser Greenland 
Helpful Tip for learning online
Just because you take breaks doesn't mean you're broken. Do your school work for limited periods of time. Set a timer for a break and a timer for work. 
Theatre Announcements

Middleton Theater presents:

20/20 Visions
Turn your reflections, challenges and triumphs of 2020 into an original performance.

Accepting student original work: poetry, music, art, whatever you come up with to put 2020 in perspective.

Send Video Submissions to Ms. Brunner or email with questions


Community Service Opportunities
Looking for community service opportunities? Look on our website for ideas.