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Time for a Grito!

Join us in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month starting Monday September 16th for a ‘grito’ during your advisory in Fireman’s Park! Don’t know what a ‘grito’ is come join in the party and learn more about Mexico’s Independence Day!


Student Senate
Attention Students!  If you would like to run for GRADE SENATOR 
Please complete and submit a nomination form by September 20th. All students will receive a nomination form via email on Monday September 16th.
 

AP Exam signup Deadline (NEW!) 
The window to sign up for the Spring AP exams has changed.  If you are enrolled in a first semester or yearlong course, signup for the Spring exams runs from Sept. 9 - Oct. 11 The exams take place May 4-8 and May 11-15.  If you are taking an exam based on a second semester course, those signups have not been scheduled.  The cost for each exam is $125.  See the AP Exam page for details.

Don't be Late!

Attention Students: If you are late to school. please have your IDs ready as we will be checking you in at the greeters station instead of student services.


Parking lot is FULL!
Attention Parking Students: At this time our parking lots and passes are full and we do not have additional parking permits to hand out. We will update you if we have more passes available. Please note that if you do not have a parking pass displayed you can receive a parking ticket.

Homecoming T-shrts Deadline Sept. 17
Students and adutls are welcome to order a t-shirt online to celebrate Homecoming.  Order a t-shirt online at http://mhshomecoming.com

Senior Photos

Senior photos for the Yearbook are due by October 1.  Read all about how to submit your photo on the yearbook page.


Now hiring lifeguards and swim instructors for the 2019-20 season.  Contact Katie Gilberta  Kgilbert@mcpasd.k12.wi.us  or stop by the pool office for more information.


PSAT Signup Deadline

Students taking PSAT exams at Middleton High School on Wednesday - Oct 16, 2019 must register for exams  by 11:59 pm, September 17, 2019 by going to the PSAT site

Please contact Ms Denise Hanson, dhanson@mcpasd.k12.wi.us if you have questions about financial assistance, or any other questions.


 
Homecoming will be during the week of September 23rd.
 
The following criteria will be used to establish which class has won the coveted Homecoming Spirit Award:
  • Kindergarten Day - Monday
  • Tropical Shirt Day - buy those online - Wednesday
  • PJ/Crazy Hair Day - Thursday
  • Red and White Day - Friday
  • Advisory Doors
  • Tug-o-War - during Spirit Night
  • Class Cheer - during the Pep Assembly on Friday
 
Be sure to support your CLASS spirit by being an active participant in the weeks themes.
 

Student Organization News/Meeting Dates 

 

Middleton High School is proud to offer over 60 student organizations that enhance the quality of the student's lives and expands their options for learning and personal growth. These organizations provide an educational opportunity in which students can learn essential life lessons beyond those that can be learned in an academic classroom. Our goals are to offer students an enjoyable experience and enhance the character of our youth


MHS Theatre Club Days 
Club Days are an opportunity for theatre club students to gather, play and learn. Theatre club will meet in the PAC on the following days. Activities will include, improv games, tech training, films/videos, and guest teachers. These meetings are for any student registered in Theatre Club through Fee Pay ($21). Involvement in the current production is not required. All Theatre Club students are welcome!  Sign up by Oct.1.
 
Wed 10/30/2019              
Thu 11/14/2019   
Fri 12/13/2019  
Thu 1/16/2020          
Wed 2/12/2020
Tue 4/21/2020
Wed 5/13/2020 


Speech and Debate 
Middleton Speech and Debate Club meets Tuesdays in the CLC.  Speech meets Tuesdays from 4-5:30 p.m. and Debate meets Tuesdays 5:30 - 7:30 pm and Thursdays 4-5:30 p.m.   Questions?  Contact Brittany Newman or  Mr. Her  or student Maggie Stone.
 

Mock Trial
Learn about Mock Trial Club after school Thursday, Sept. 12 in room 2107. Returning and new members are welcome. Snacks provided. 


Key Club 
Do you love volunteering in the community?  Do you have a passion for service to others?  Or do you need help earning service hours for graduation?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Key Club is the place for you!  Key Club is holding their MANDATORY introductory meetings on Wednesday, September 18th at 7:50 in the PAC.  You must attend one of these meetings if you plan on being in the club.  Check in begins at 7:40 - see you all there!

SAGE
Are you part of the LGBTQ+ community or an ally interested in LGBTQ+ advocacy? If so, come to Sexuality and Gender Equality club’s meeting on Thursdays
All are welcome!

Super Smash Bros. Club
Join your friends on Thursday after school for Super Smash Bros Club from 4-5 p.m. in room 1308.  See Mr. Brousseau if you have questions about the club.

Model UN
Are you interested in changing the world?
Looking for a good club for college applications?
Do you enjoy relevant political debate?
Model UN is the club for you!
Join us  Mondays in the CLC 4:00-5:00!
First meeting Monday, September 16th 

MHS Green Team
Are you interested in sustainability, the environment, gardening, food, nature, climate-change, plastic pollution, waste, recycling, etc...? Would you like to make a difference at MHS? Then come to the first meeting of the MHS Green Team  Tuesday (Sept 17th)  morning from 7:30-8:00 am (Room 1817) to learn more about the many opportunities that will be happening this year. 

Leadership opportunities exist for three committees within the Green Team, so if you were previously involved in Ecology Club or Gardening Club, this is made for you!
  • Recycling and Waste Committee
  • Gardening Committee
  • Sustain MHS Committee
Please contact Ms. Williams, Mr. Berto, or Ms. Vogel with any questions.

National Honor Society
First Mandatory Monthly Meeting, TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 17th in PAC
meeting starts at 7:30am.  Attendance will be taken between 7:20-7:30am.  All members are expected to attend.
 
Check your school email for more information.  See you next Tuesday morning!

Asia Trip Meeting
Hey MHS!  Want to go to ASIA?!?!?! You want to go to ASIA with Mr. Davis and Mr. Hartman!?!?!? The 2020 Summer Social Studies educational tour has been announced and we will be holding an informational meeting to discuss our trip to Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand. We will spend time in and travel through Ho Chi Minh City, Siem Reip, and Bangkok. Immerse yourself in the deep traditions, history, culture, and vibrant society of South East Asia. Just image the fire Instagram posts from Angkor Wat!
 
If interested in learning more attend the meeting that will take place in RM2101 during the 1st half of ASR on Tuesday, September 17th. Sign up for Mr. Davis on flexisched 
Anime Club
Anime Club - Room 1308 - Tuesdays from 4-5pm
First meeting is 9/17/19
Contact Mr. Shrago with questions (bshrago@mcpasd.k12.wi.us)

Engineering Club - Room 1308 - Wednesdays from 4-5pm

First meeting is 9/18/19
Contact: 
Club Adviser   - bshrago@mcpasd.k12.wi.us
 
DECA
The first DECA meeting will be Friday, September 20 at 7:45 am in the PAC.  Come learn about this fun marketing club and our upcoming field trip to Chicago.   If you have any questions, see Mr. Hutch on 3rd floor.  We hope to see you there.
 

FBLA
FBLA will hold its first meeting September 20th at 7:45AM in Room 1204
All Students are welcome.  Check it out.  Register for FBLA on FeePay to become a member  Follow @fblamiddleton on Instagram.
 

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

SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUESTS
Students requesting a schedule change must use the schedule change
request form within the first 10 days of the school year (available on
the first day of school, on the MHS homepage under Quicklinks and in
the Student Services Office).  Forms must be returned to the Student

Services Office no later than Tuesday, September 17 at 4 p.m.

College Visits

Monday September 16th 8:25 am UW Platteville
Monday September 16th 2:15 pm St. Norbert's College
Tuesday September 17th 8:25 am UW-Stevens Point
Wednesday
September 18th
8:25 am
School of the Arts Institute - Chicago
Wednesday September 18th 10:00 am UW Whitewater
Thursday September 19th 9:00 am Colby College
Thursday September 19th 2:00 pm Illinois Wesleyan University
Thursday September 19th 1:30 pm Johns Hopkins University
Friday September 20th 8:25 am Cornell College
Friday September 20th 12:00 pm Princeton University
Friday September 20th 12:30 pm Colorado College
Friday September 20th 2:00 pm Vanderbilt University
Monday September 23rd 8:25 am Middlebury College
Monday September 23rd 10:00 am Knox College
Monday September 23rd 12:30 pm Villanova University
Monday September 23rd 1:00 pm Drake University
Tuesday September 24th 8:25 am University of Chicago
Tuesday September 24th 10:00 am University of Iowa
Wednesday September 25th 9:30 am Williams College
Wednesday September 25th 1:30 pm St. Ambrose University
Wednesday September 25th 2:30 pm UW LaCrosse
Thursday September 26th 12:30 pm Tufts University
Friday September 27th 8:25 am Dartmouth College
Monday September 30th 12:45 pm University of Oregon
Monday September 30th 2:45 pm Pomona College

Attention Juniors:
ZAPS Learning Company (Doorway to College) will be offering an ACT test preparation
seminar at Middleton High School Monday and Tuesday, September 23 & September 24th,
2019 from 4:00 pm-6:30 pm. ZAPS has also agreed to offer a later session, from 7pm-
9:30 pm on the same above dates, for students participating in athletics/extracurricular
activities or other responsibilities directly after school. The cost is $95.00 per seminar, which covers attendance for both dates. Registration is required and seats are limited: Register
at register.doorwaytocollege.com or call 877-927-8378.
In the five hour ZAPS ACT-prep seminar you will:
• Learn tips to improve scores in all subtests
• Practice strategies to eliminate wrong choices
• Take shortened practice tests that mirror the actual testing experience
• Reduce test anxiety and gain confidence
• Receive extensive materials for home practice
INCOMING SENIORS (CLASS OF 2020)
 
Transcript Requests
If you are requesting transcripts for college applications, please be
advised they will not be processed prior to the first day of school.
The Senior Class Meeting on September 11 will provide you with further
instructions and guidelines.
 
Students may request transcripts for colleges/universities and NCAA
via Parchment.  If you will be using The Common Application to apply
to colleges, you must invite your counselor as a Recommender and your
transcript will be uploaded to your account by your application
deadline.
 
2019 GRADUATES
Final Transcript Requests:  Please use your Parchment account to
request your final transcripts for colleges and/or NCAA.
 
CAPP Credit: To have your CAPP transcript sent to your
college/university, please access the UW Oshkosh website.
 
AP Exam Scores: Send scores to your college/university via your

CollegeBoard account. Report AP scores
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Athletics

We've moved!  The Athletic office is now located in the Student Services Office.
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