Daily School Announcements

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General Announcements

 
UNICEF will be having their Culver's Share Night
on Monday, March 18th from 4pm-8pm at the Middleton Culver's.
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This Thursday March 21st is World Down syndrome day and we would like to invite you to celebrate with us by wearing mismatched or colorful socks on 3/21!

World Down syndrome day is a day to highlight and celebrate people with Down syndrome in our communities.

 

We are asking that as many people as possible wear mismatched or colorful socks on Thursday March, 21st. The socks represent chromosomes and show support for inclusion and acceptance.

Wear your socks!

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Live Stream
Fine Arts Week is coming up, and MHS is planning to stream it live.  If you would like to help out as a camera person or backstage commentator during one of the blocks, drop by the Media Production room to sign up before April 2. 
 
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BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: Turn in your summer information to Coach Bavery, Coach Raffle, Coach Hoye, or Coach Vogt before you leave for spring break!


YEARBOOK NEWS
It's yearbook time! The deadline for preordering your yearbook is
March 22nd, so if you would like to guarantee that you get one this year make sure to get yours on feepay today!


Middleton High School Yearbook Scholarship

If you are in financial need, you may be eligible for a yearbook scholarship.  

Scholarships are limited.  Seniors are given first priority.

Juniors are given second priority, followed by Sophomores and then Freshman. Scholarship request forms are available in the Student Services Office.

For full consideration of the available scholarships, be sure to return the form to the Student Services office before MARCH 21st.

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Beca para el anuario de Middleton High School


Si tiene necesidad económica, puede ser elegible para recibir una beca para el anuario. Las becas son limitadas. Se les da primera prioridad a los estudiantes del doceavo grado.


Se les da segunda prioridad a los estudiantes del onceavo grado, seguidos de los estudiantes del décimo y después noveno grado. Los formularios para solicitar la beca están disponibles en la oficina de servicios estudiantiles.


Para ser considerado(a) completamente para las becas disponibles, asegúrese de entregar el formulario a la oficina de servicios estudiantiles antes del 21 de MARZO.

 

Link Crew Interviews
Link Crew interviews for the 2nd round have been determined and notifications were sent out to advisory teachers to be delivered this week.
 
If you have not received a notification, please check with your advisory teacher or come see Mr. Hartman in rm 2052 for your interview date and time. Interviews will be done in groups of 12-15 applicants. 
 
Good luck to all who applied.

 


 

Dane County Office of Equity and Inclusion and MCPASD

Driver’s Education Scholarship:   Summer 2019

 

The Dane County Office of Equity and Inclusion and MCPASD is offering a summer driver's education scholarship, which includes the costs of Classroom and Behind-the-Wheel instruction.

 

Qualifications: 

Born between January 1, 2003 and January 1, 2004


Be a student of color


Be a student in financial need


Have good attendance at MHS or CSCS


Provide proof of citizenship 


 

Applications can be picked up in Student Services from Ms. Price

 

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Beat the Blues Cruise

Beat the Blues Cruise is a 5K Run/Walk and 10K Run that will have its inaugural race on Saturday April 6th, 2019. If you're interested in volunteering for the walk see Mrs. Zart in the Social Studies Department.

 

The mission of the BTBC is to raise awareness about suicide and preventative measures. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States with approximately 45,000 Americans dying of suicide each year. Our hope is that by providing information and education we can help reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and ultimately its prevalence. Proceeds will be donated to organizations dedicated to providing mental health care. You can register for the run/walk or donate at Beatthebluescruise.com 

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STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS NEWS/MEETING DATES

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Investment Club
meeting on Wednesday, 3/20 during 1st half of ASR in Room 3801.  We are having a guest speaker from Savant Capital Management coming in to share his expertise.

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Yoga club
meeting this club day, Wednesday, March 20th during ASR2

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Current Events Club
this Wednesday during ASR 2! We will be discussing Global Climate Strikes in response to climate change. It is sure to be an interesting informative discussion so bring yourself and friends! Sign up for Mr. Hayward’s ASR in room 2059

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Garden Club Spring Intro Meeting

March 20, ASR 2 Room 1814
Unable to make the meeting? email Ms. Madison (amadison@mcpasd.k12.wi.us)
 
While it's cold and snowy outside, inside the greenhouse it's quite spring-y. You don't need to have any experience to join Garden Club and care for the vegetables and flowers that we'll soon be planting into 2019 school garden. Come to learn more and get your hands dirty. All are welcome!
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MEASU
meeting this friday 3/23 during lunch and advisory in the clc

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HOSA Badminton Tournament

HOSA Club is sponsoring a Badminton Tournament as a fundraiser on April 2nd during ASR 1 & 2.  The cost to participate is a $5 donation.  You can sign up your team of two in your advisory.


BOOK CLUB
APRIL, Book Club is reading 2 books:
“Milk and Honey” by Rupi Kaur,
and“Artemis” by Andy Weir.

You can check out these books in the LMC, and join us on
April 3rd after school in the LMC for a great discussion.
Everyone is invited!

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Board Game Club
Did you know MHS has a board game club? 

Everyone is welcome to come hang out and play games. We meet every Tuesday after school in room 1132. We have games or you can bring your own.


MUN MEETING

Mondays at 4pm in the CLC
 
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Community Service Opportunities
Looking for community service opportunities? Look on our website for ideas.
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Student Services Announcements

Middleton High School Yearbook Scholarship

If you are in financial need, you may be eligible for a yearbook scholarship.
 

Scholarships are limited.  Seniors are given first priority.

Juniors are given second priority, followed by Sophomores and then Freshman.

Scholarship request forms are available in the Student Services Office.

For full consideration of the available scholarships, be sure to return the form to the Student Services office before MARCH 21st
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Students invited to join student groups
Do you ever wonder if you are the only one? We know you are not--at all. Student Services would like to invite you to a group where you will meet other students who have had a similar experience to yours and who would like to figure out how to cope with the experience in a respectful, confidential environment.
  • How to Cope with Grief following the Death of a Loved One or Family Member
  • How to Cope with the Alcohol or other Drug Abuse of Someone Close to You
  • Surviving Sexual Assault and/or Sexual Harassment
  • Healthy Relationships

We encourage you to learn more about these opportunities by picking up a flyer in Student Services or contacting a member of your Student Services team. The groups will start in March.

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College Visits 

       
Monday March 18 1:00 p.m. University of MN - Rochester
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Athletics
 

DANCE TRYOUTS FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR:

Tryouts for the 2019-2020 school year will be held May 20 - 24, 2019.  

The schedule is as follows:

  • Monday, May 20 - 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tryout meeting (Small Gym at MHS)
  • Tuesday, May 21 thru Thursday, May 23 - 4 - 6 p.m. Tryout Clinics - (Varsity Gym at MHS)
  • Friday, May 24 - 4 - 7 p.m. Tryouts (Varsity Gym)

NOTE:  Location changes could take place depending on whether any of the spring sports need to come indoors due to inclement weather.

2019-2020 CHEERLEADING TRYOUTS

Cheer tryouts are open to all students attending MHS during the 2019-20 school year  who would like to cheer for the MHS Varsity Football and Basketball games and compete at cheerleading competitions throughout the school year. 

Times and Location:

  • Monday, May 13, 2019 through Thursday, May 16, 2019 - 6 - 8 p.m. ; Location:  Small Gym 

PARENT/ATHLETE MEETING SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY, MAY 13, 2019 @ 6:00 P.M. IN THE SMALL GYM.

Athletes must attend all days of tryouts to be considered for the team.  Cheerleading experience is not required.  Wear non-slip athletic shoes and athletic clothing.

For questions regarding tryouts, email coach Christina Griffis at middletoncheerleading@gmail.com