Principal’s Pen: March 4-8
Well I guess Punxsutawny Phil had other plans for us…maybe we’re finally in the clear of any more winter storms. We have many students to recognize this month and I have listed their names below.
MMTC Students of the Month:
Austin Arsenault: Automotive Technology
Aislinn McDaniel: Early Childhood
Shelby Hoffman: Culinary Arts
Chase Veregge: Medical Careers
Andrew Everett: Electrical Technology
Noah Cummings: Construction Technology
Bradley Mullen: CTE Academy
Connor McCurdy: Information Technology
Surae Dunn: Criminal Justice
Students of the Month:
January: Caden Cote, Freshman
Gabby Smart, Sophomore
Ben Edman, Junior
Alyson Albert, Senior
February: Lukas Duquette, Freshman
Ela Peterson, Sophomore
Daimian Lewis, Junior
Olivia Roy, Senior
Student Choice Awards:
Kailey Pelletier, January
Hanna Lavenson, February
We would also like to extend our congratulations to the Girl’s Indoor Track Team as well as the Girl’s Basketball Team as they each were awarded the Class A North Sportsmanship Award.
As promised I have included photos of “What Learning Looks Like at MHS”. Mr. Quigley’s class can be observed conducting a potato enzyme lab,Potato Enzyme LabPotato Enzyme Lab-2. We will continue to capture “learning opportunities as they arise.
Parent/Teacher Conferences are next week, March 13th (5:00-8:00) and 14th (3:00-6:30). I have included the link where you can sign up to meet with those teachers that your son/daughter have this semester. https://www.signupgenius.com/tabs/23673dc06a1ceecc06-ptconferences
This Friday, March 8th is a workshop day and school will not be in session. We also have an early release day on March 26th.
The spring play is right around the corner. The show, Something Wicked This Way Comes, is being performed this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7:00 pm in the PAC. Tickets are $5.00 for students and seniors, $8.00 for adults. Also on Friday is the annual Empty Bowls dinner. Doors will open at 5:00 pm and proceeds from the dinner go to the local food pantries.
Last Friday was the deadline for course registration forms to be turned in to the guidance office. As of this afternoon there are still many that have not been turned in. Please remind your student to turn their form in as soon as possible so that we can begin building out the master schedule for the 2019-2020 school year.
As you can see things are hopping at MHS and we look forward to seeing you at one or many of the events in the upcoming weeks.
Enjoy the week