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January 22, 2021

Have a Fabulous Friday!!!!

Girls Who Code  Club is continuing to meet Thursday 4 -  5 PM on zoom.  Everybody is welcome to join. Check Google classroom with code tmqhcsl to find more information and zoom link.

January 21, 2021

Have a Thundering Thursday!!!!

January 20, 2021

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!!!!

January 19, 2021

Have a Thankful Tuesday!!!!

WELCOME BACK STAFF, It’s so nice to have you back. :)

All students who participated in Cupcake Wars deserve an honorable mention for their efforts during remote learning: Sophia Robinson & Angela Jeftimova, Maggie Erdman & Carrie Weisman, Justyce King, Maddison Miller, Sarah Talib, Barakah Mulla, Nithi Patel, Paul Saucedo, Emma Buranoksy

 

https://forms.gle/zNSWhLWCeTXcysbU8 

 

Cupcake Wars Fall 2020- Winter Theme

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January 14, 2021

Have a Tricky Thursday!!!!

January 13, 2021

Have a Wacky Wednesday!!!!

January 12, 2021

Have aTerrific Tuesday!!!!

Please join the Drama Club meeting on Today at 3pm to hear about plans for the 2021 Musical, Winter Scenes updates, and other exciting Theater events!  Zoom link available in Classroom code: 2xgvdpk

January 11, 2021

Have a Majestic Monday!!!!

Please join the Drama Club meeting on Tuesday at 3pm to hear about plans for the 2021 Musical, Winter Scenes updates, and other exciting Theater events!  Zoom link available in Classroom code: 2xgvdpk

January 11, 2021

Have a Majestic Monday!!!!

Session TWO of Peer to Peer Mentoring is this Thursday from 1-1:30 on Zoom!

Google Slides (with Student Leader Bios): https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1WZJl0N7tdRECtsebi1T2_V2jVdQumZUt2p6lHt285kY/edit?usp=sharing

WHAT:

Peer Mentoring. Each month will feature a different discussion topic. This week we will highlight “CONQUERING FINALS.” Students who attend can select whether they’d like to remain in the whole group, or have a 1:1 discussion with a peer mentor about something that is on their mind.

 WHO:

Five upperclassman from our club will be serving as mentors during a monthly drop in time accessible to any Mustang student. Brandi Bane and I will hang out in the main zoom room in case our leaders need help, but all students will generally be in a student-only breakout room.

 WHEN: Monthly. The second mentoring session is Thursday, 1/14 from 1-1:30.

 HOW: Zoom to Join:

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/93581760895?pwd=c3I0K3V4Tkt6aTBtREVpUzJ5MFVLQT09

 Please reach out with any questions!

January 8, 2021

Have a Fabulous Friday!!

Aspiring Medical Professionals (AMP)

A new club to check out

Attached is a slide with information and contact information for this club. Anyone who is interested can sign up to be in the google classroom and fill out the google form attached to the slide. We hope to hear from y

Google slide link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1op4vo-mP7xvJgwbpdUOHYOXf9dqq4AJNU-UfJScLdKA/edit?usp=sharing

January 7, 2021

Have a Thrilling Thursday!!

Aspiring Medical Professionals (AMP)

A new club to check out

Attached is a slide with information and contact information for this club. Anyone who is interested can sign up to be in the google classroom and fill out the google form attached to the slide. We hope to hear from y

Google slide link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1op4vo-mP7xvJgwbpdUOHYOXf9dqq4AJNU-UfJScLdKA/edit?usp=sharing

January 6, 2021

Have a Wacky Wednesday!!

Aspiring Medical Professionals (AMP)

A new club to check out

Attached is a slide with information and contact information for this club. Anyone who is interested can sign up to be in the google classroom and fill out the google form attached to the slide. We hope to hear from y

Google slide link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1op4vo-mP7xvJgwbpdUOHYOXf9dqq4AJNU-UfJScLdKA/edit?usp=sharing

January 5, 2021

Have a Terrific Tuesday

January 1, 2021

December 25, 2020

 

Happy Holidays Everyone.

December 21, 2020

Have a Magical Monday!!!!

       

Holidays around the world.

Please take a couple minutes to inquire about the Holiday Decoration Contest - included in the Slides - there are some Amazon gift cards to be won!

This Google Form where we are hoping to gather information about the holidays students at our school celebrate, and how they celebrate them. Google Form 

What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

December 18, 2020

Have a Safe & Wonderful Friday!!!!

      

Holidays around the world.

Please take a couple minutes to inquire about the Holiday Decoration Contest - included in the Slides - there are some Amazon gift cards to be won!

This Google Form where we are hoping to gather information about the holidays students at our school celebrate, and how they celebrate them. Google Form 

What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last TODAY!

December 17, 2020

Have a Terrific Thursday!!!!

   

Holidays around the world.

Please take a couple minutes to inquire about the Holiday Decoration Contest - included in the Slides - there are some Amazon gift cards to be won!

This Google Form where we are hoping to gather information about the holidays students at our school celebrate, and how they celebrate them. Google Form 

What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last FRIDAY before break!

December 16, 2020

Have a Fun Wonderful Wednesday!!!!

  

Attention female athletes interested in trying out for the 2020-21 winter badminton team.... please come to our zoom meeting on Wednesday, December 16th at 1:30 PM.  We will discuss tryout papwerwork and team rules.  Here is the zoom link:

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/93851348111pwd=T1FaM2dRNmFocGtDOUVrcmI0K0xzZz09

Holidays around the world.

Please take a couple minutes to inquire about the Holiday Decoration Contest - included in the Slides - there are some Amazon gift cards to be won!

This Google Form where we are hoping to gather information about the holidays students at our school celebrate, and how they celebrate them. Google Form 

What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last FRIDAY before break!

December 15, 2020

Have a Fun Thundering Tuesday!!!!

 

Attention female athletes interested in trying out for the 2020-21 winter badminton team.... please come to our zoom meeting on Wednesday, December 16th at 1:30 PM.  We will discuss tryout papwerwork and team rules.  Here is the zoom link:

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/93851348111pwd=T1FaM2dRNmFocGtDOUVrcmI0K0xzZz09

Holidays around the world.

Please take a couple minutes to inquire about the Holiday Decoration Contest - included in the Slides - there are some Amazon gift cards to be won!

This Google Form where we are hoping to gather information about the holidays students at our school celebrate, and how they celebrate them. Google Form 

Come listen to a talk on “Applied Statistics: The Mathematics Behind Winning Big on TV Game Shows” Presented by Dr. Anthony DeLegge, Math Professor Benedictine University

 Hosted by Margaret Stokes, STEM Coordinator, Metea Valley High School

December 15, 2020

3:00 - 4:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last FRIDAY before break!

December 14, 2020

Have a Fun Manic Monday!!!!

Holidays around the world.

Please take a couple minutes to inquire about the Holiday Decoration Contest - included in the Slides - there are some Amazon gift cards to be won!

This Google Form where we are hoping to gather information about the holidays students at our school celebrate, and how they celebrate them. Google Form 

Come listen to a talk on “Applied Statistics: The Mathematics Behind Winning Big on TV Game Shows” Presented by Dr. Anthony DeLegge, Math Professor Benedictine University

 Hosted by Margaret Stokes, STEM Coordinator, Metea Valley High School

December 15, 2020

3:00 - 4:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last FRIDAY before break!

December 11, 2020

Have a Fun Filled Friday!!!!

Holidays around the world.

Please take a couple minutes to inquire about the Holiday Decoration Contest - included in the Slides - there are some Amazon gift cards to be won!

This Google Form where we are hoping to gather information about the holidays students at our school celebrate, and how they celebrate them. Google Form 

Come listen to a talk on “Applied Statistics: The Mathematics Behind Winning Big on TV Game Shows” Presented by Dr. Anthony DeLegge, Math Professor Benedictine University

 Hosted by Margaret Stokes, STEM Coordinator, Metea Valley High School

December 15, 2020

3:00 - 4:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last FRIDAY before break!

December 10, 2020

Have a Tuneful Thursday!!!!

Come to HOUR OF CODE. Friday December 11, 12:30. No experience is needed. Instructor is a Computer Scientist from ARGONNE National Laboratory!   Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/91395959308?pwd=cXhLS0JWajErZDNzZ0p5dnBFL3RjQT09

Open to ALL MVHS and IPSD students.  Hosted by Mrs. Margaret Stokes, STEM Coordinator, & Girls Who Code Club.

Come listen to a talk on “Applied Statistics: The Mathematics Behind Winning Big on TV Game Shows” Presented by Dr. Anthony DeLegge, Math Professor Benedictine University

 Hosted by Margaret Stokes, STEM Coordinator, Metea Valley High School

December 15, 2020

3:00 - 4:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

 What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

Clubs and Activities Form

Hi all!  I hope everyone had a wonderful break and adjusted well to the new schedule! My name is Leland Pan and I am the online editor-in-chief of Metea Media. The EICs, our managing editor, and Mr. Page are creating a new extracurricular drop-down menu on Metea Media. Our purpose for this is to give the student body a chance to connect to all our clubs in one place. If your club is interested, please fill out a short Google Form here by Friday, December 11.

 Please let us know if you have any questions!              lelandpa1132@k12.ipsd.org

Free College Recruiting Webinars for Metea Valley High School Athletes and Families

Dec. 6 - Dec. 10 each night at 7:30 pm.  Each night the presentation is specifically designed for a different designated groups of sports

 For any Metea Valley student-athletes and their parents looking to learn about the college athletic recruiting process.

Includes information on how to get maximum exposure, save money on college costs, and how to reduce some of the stress of the process.

Dan Rothert, founder of Top Student-Athlete Recruiting, was a longtime college and high school coach and also served as a college athletic administrator -- overseeing recruiting.  Dan will present a FREE, no strings attached webinar about the recruiting process and how to navigate it, specifically for Metea Valley HS student-athletes and families.

Here is the link the register and attend the webinars:  https://bit.ly/3n7m1fd

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last FRIDAY before break!

December 9, 2020

Have a Witty Wednesday!!!!

Come to HOUR OF CODE. Friday December 11, 12:30. No experience is needed. Instructor is a Computer Scientist from ARGONNE National Laboratory!   Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/91395959308?pwd=cXhLS0JWajErZDNzZ0p5dnBFL3RjQT09

Open to ALL MVHS and IPSD students.  Hosted by Mrs. Margaret Stokes, STEM Coordinator, & Girls Who Code Club.

Come listen to a talk on “Applied Statistics: The Mathematics Behind Winning Big on TV Game Shows” Presented by Dr. Anthony DeLegge, Math Professor Benedictine University

 Hosted by Margaret Stokes, STEM Coordinator, Metea Valley High School

December 15, 2020

3:00 - 4:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

 What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

Clubs and Activities Form

Hi all!  I hope everyone had a wonderful break and adjusted well to the new schedule! My name is Leland Pan and I am the online editor-in-chief of Metea Media. The EICs, our managing editor, and Mr. Page are creating a new extracurricular drop-down menu on Metea Media. Our purpose for this is to give the student body a chance to connect to all our clubs in one place. If your club is interested, please fill out a short Google Form here by Friday, December 11.

 Please let us know if you have any questions!              lelandpa1132@k12.ipsd.org

Free College Recruiting Webinars for Metea Valley High School Athletes and Families

Dec. 6 - Dec. 10 each night at 7:30 pm.  Each night the presentation is specifically designed for a different designated groups of sports

 For any Metea Valley student-athletes and their parents looking to learn about the college athletic recruiting process.

Includes information on how to get maximum exposure, save money on college costs, and how to reduce some of the stress of the process.

Dan Rothert, founder of Top Student-Athlete Recruiting, was a longtime college and high school coach and also served as a college athletic administrator -- overseeing recruiting.  Dan will present a FREE, no strings attached webinar about the recruiting process and how to navigate it, specifically for Metea Valley HS student-athletes and families.

Here is the link the register and attend the webinars:  https://bit.ly/3n7m1fd

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last FRIDAY before break!

December 8, 2020

Have a Triumphant Tuesday!!!!

Come listen to a talk on “Applied Statistics: The Mathematics Behind Winning Big on TV Game Shows” Presented by Dr. Anthony DeLegge, Math Professor Benedictine University

 Hosted by Margaret Stokes, STEM Coordinator, Metea Valley High School

December 15, 2020

3:00 - 4:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

 What are you looking forward to most this holiday break?  The Mane wants to know!

Please feel free to add your own 15-second-or-less Flipgrid response – we would love to hear from both students and staff for this project.

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1M8iLzP44SHNK6KakNw_4-1HkVT2ThIhT5N3O47tGun0/edit?usp=sharing

Clubs and Activities Form

Hi all!

 I hope everyone had a wonderful break and adjusted well to the new schedule! My name is Leland Pan and I am the online editor-in-chief of Metea Media. The EICs, our managing editor, and Mr. Page are creating a new extracurricular drop-down menu on Metea Media. Our purpose for this is to give the student body a chance to connect to all our clubs in one place. If your club is interested, please fill out a short Google Form here by Friday, December 11.

 Please let us know if you have any questions!              lelandpa1132@k12.ipsd.org

Free College Recruiting Webinars for Metea Valley High School Athletes and Families

Dec. 6 - Dec. 10 each night at 7:30 pm.  Each night the presentation is specifically designed for a different designated groups of sports

 For any Metea Valley student-athletes and their parents looking to learn about the college athletic recruiting process.

Includes information on how to get maximum exposure, save money on college costs, and how to reduce some of the stress of the process.

Dan Rothert, founder of Top Student-Athlete Recruiting, was a longtime college and high school coach and also served as a college athletic administrator -- overseeing recruiting.  Dan will present a FREE, no strings attached webinar about the recruiting process and how to navigate it, specifically for Metea Valley HS student-athletes and families.

Here is the link the register and attend the webinars:  https://bit.ly/3n7m1fd

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last FRIDAY before break!

December 4, 2020

Have a Fabulous Friday!!!!

The Holiday Trivia Quizzez will only take a few moments and allows students the chance to learn about holiday diversity and earn prizes.

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1UUmWR1HPpklz2ozGVcWCYHYffdZDUVERiodAW0tA9w4/edit?usp=sharing

We will have another trivia coming at you next week!

Let's not forget about our ugly sweater day, the last FRIDAY before break!

Clubs and Activities Form

Hi all!

 I hope everyone had a wonderful break and adjusted well to the new schedule! My name is Leland Pan and I am the online editor-in-chief of Metea Media. The EICs, our managing editor, and Mr. Page are creating a new extracurricular drop-down menu on Metea Media. Our purpose for this is to give the student body a chance to connect to all our clubs in one place. If your club is interested, please fill out a short Google Form here by Friday, December 11.

 Please let us know if you have any questions!              lelandpa1132@k12.ipsd.org

Free College Recruiting Webinars for Metea Valley High School Athletes and Families

Dec. 6 - Dec. 10 each night at 7:30 pm.  Each night the presentation is specifically designed for a different designated groups of sports

 For any Metea Valley student-athletes and their parents looking to learn about the college athletic recruiting process.

Includes information on how to get maximum exposure, save money on college costs, and how to reduce some of the stress of the process.

Dan Rothert, founder of Top Student-Athlete Recruiting, was a longtime college and high school coach and also served as a college athletic administrator -- overseeing recruiting.  Dan will present a FREE, no strings attached webinar about the recruiting process and how to navigate it, specifically for Metea Valley HS student-athletes and families.

Here is the link the register and attend the webinars:  https://bit.ly/3n7m1fd

December 3, 2020

Have a Thriving Thursday!!!!

Clubs and Activities Form

Hi all!

 I hope everyone had a wonderful break and adjusted well to the new schedule! My name is Leland Pan and I am the online editor-in-chief of Metea Media. The EICs, our managing editor, and Mr. Page are creating a new extracurricular drop-down menu on Metea Media. Our purpose for this is to give the student body a chance to connect to all our clubs in one place. If your club is interested, please fill out a short Google Form here by Friday, December 11.

 Please let us know if you have any questions!              lelandpa1132@k12.ipsd.org

Free College Recruiting Webinars for Metea Valley High School Athletes and Families

Dec. 6 - Dec. 10 each night at 7:30 pm.  Each night the presentation is specifically designed for a different designated groups of sports

 For any Metea Valley student-athletes and their parents looking to learn about the college athletic recruiting process.

Includes information on how to get maximum exposure, save money on college costs, and how to reduce some of the stress of the process.

Dan Rothert, founder of Top Student-Athlete Recruiting, was a longtime college and high school coach and also served as a college athletic administrator -- overseeing recruiting.  Dan will present a FREE, no strings attached webinar about the recruiting process and how to navigate it, specifically for Metea Valley HS student-athletes and families.

Here is the link the register and attend the webinars:  https://bit.ly/3n7m1fd

Fall Virtual Variety Show Flyer

FALL VIRTUAL VARIETY SHOW 2020 ✔ best space ✔best sound ✔ best background create a 3-minute video to submit before December 5, 2020 For more details, please complete the entry form via the Link. All questions can be forwarded to dawn_garrett@ipsd.or

Docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cmOjzkfECQnNBr96RZ45IVXaBFRRXvjaC79WdfPUWg4/edit#slide=id.p

December 1, 2020

Have a Thriving Tuesday!!!!

Free College Recruiting Webinars for Metea Valley High School Athletes and Families

Dec. 6 - Dec. 10 each night at 7:30 pm.  Each night the presentation is specifically designed for a different designated groups of sports

 For any Metea Valley student-athletes and their parents looking to learn about the college athletic recruiting process.

Includes information on how to get maximum exposure, save money on college costs, and how to reduce some of the stress of the process.

Dan Rothert, founder of Top Student-Athlete Recruiting, was a longtime college and high school coach and also served as a college athletic administrator -- overseeing recruiting.  Dan will present a FREE, no strings attached webinar about the recruiting process and how to navigate it, specifically for Metea Valley HS student-athletes and families.

Here is the link the register and attend the webinars:  https://bit.ly/3n7m1fd

Fall Virtual Variety Show Flyer

FALL VIRTUAL VARIETY SHOW 2020 ✔ best space ✔best sound ✔ best background create a 3-minute video to submit before December 5, 2020 For more details, please complete the entry form via the Link. All questions can be forwarded to dawn_garrett@ipsd.or

Docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cmOjzkfECQnNBr96RZ45IVXaBFRRXvjaC79WdfPUWg4/edit#slide=id.p

November 30, 2020

Have a Magical Monday!!!!

Welcome back and hope everyone had a wonderful holiday. 

Fall Virtual Variety Show Flyer

FALL VIRTUAL VARIETY SHOW 2020 ✔ best space ✔best sound ✔ best background create a 3-minute video to submit before December 5, 2020 For more details, please complete the entry form via the Link. All questions can be forwarded to dawn_garrett@ipsd.or

Docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cmOjzkfECQnNBr96RZ45IVXaBFRRXvjaC79WdfPUWg4/edit#slide=id.p

November 23, 2020

Have a Magic Monday!!!!

Fall Virtual Variety Show 2020

For more details, please complete the entry form via the Link.  All questions can be forwarded to dawn_garrett@ipsd.org

Create a 3-minute video to submit before November 27, 2020

Come one, come all to our Meisner Acting workshop Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 2pm! Join us to learn famous acting techniques and get tools to practice them! There will be loads of information, plus time to work with partners using this incredible technique developed by Sanford Meisner. See you there!

November 20, 2020

Have a Fulfillment Friday!!!!

           TONIGHT CATCH MVHS PRODUCTION !!!!!!!!              

WATCH OUT! Metea Valley Theater's Production of the 1938 radio classic based on HG Wells's sci-fi thriller drops this FRIDAY AT 7:00 PM! Order food from your favorite small business, stay in, stay safe, and watch out because... WAR OF THE WORLDS IS UPON US! The play will be released HERE, at Metea Music & Theater , at 7:00 PM on Friday, November 20th!

   

Fall Virtual Variety Show 2020

For more details, please complete the entry form via the Link.  All questions can be forwarded to dawn_garrett@ipsd.org

Create a 3-minute video to submit before November 27, 2020

Come one, come all to our Meisner Acting workshop Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 2pm! Join us to learn famous acting techniques and get tools to practice them! There will be loads of information, plus time to work with partners using this incredible technique developed by Sanford Meisner. See you there!

November 19, 2020

Have a Triumphant Thursday!!!!

WATCH OUT! Metea Valley Theater's Production of the 1938 radio classic based on HG Wells's sci-fi thriller drops this FRIDAY AT 7:00 PM! Order food from your favorite small business, stay in, stay safe, and watch out because... WAR OF THE WORLDS IS UPON US! The play will be released HERE, at Metea Music & Theater , at 7:00 PM on Friday, November 20th!

   

Fall Virtual Variety Show 2020

For more details, please complete the entry form via the Link.  All questions can be forwarded to dawn_garrett@ipsd.org

Create a 3-minute video to submit before November 27, 2020

Come one, come all to our Meisner Acting workshop Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 2pm! Join us to learn famous acting techniques and get tools to practice them! There will be loads of information, plus time to work with partners using this incredible technique developed by Sanford Meisner. See you there!

November 18, 2020

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!!!!

WATCH OUT! Metea Valley Theater's Production of the 1938 radio classic based on HG Wells's sci-fi thriller drops this FRIDAY AT 7:00 PM! Order food from your favorite small business, stay in, stay safe, and watch out because... WAR OF THE WORLDS IS UPON US! {link will be added soon}

Fall Virtual Variety Show 2020

For more details, please complete the entry form via the Link.  All questions can be forwarded to dawn_garrett@ipsd.org

Create a 3-minute video to submit before November 27, 2020

Come one, come all to our Meisner Acting workshop Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 2pm! Join us to learn famous acting techniques and get tools to practice them! There will be loads of information, plus time to work with partners using this incredible technique developed by Sanford Meisner. See you there!

ATTENTION SENIORS

MV Senior Families,

If you have a senior that is coming to MV for senior photos this month for an already scheduled appointment with Root Studios, they can enter door #1, or door #19 (athletic entrance).  Your student must self-certify before coming to Metea Valley. Mask must always be worn, except for when the pictures are taken.  Students will exit the same door they entered.   

If you are still looking to sign up for senior photos we have additional dates.  We will conduct senior photos in the MV commons the week of Dec. 14th-18th.  These are by appointment only.  To make an appointment you must visit Rootseniors.com or call (815)433-1766.  MVHS does not do any of the scheduling, so please do not call the main office to schedule an appointment.  The scheduling is with Roots Studios and we host picture days.  {Links below.}

http://mvhs.ipsd.org/News.aspx?id=108962

 Dr. Talley’s self-certification letter is attached.

Rootseniors.com

November 16, 2020

Have a Merit Monday!!!!

ATTENTION SENIORS

MV Senior Families,

If you have a senior that is coming to MV for senior photos this month for an already scheduled appointment with Root Studios, they can enter door #1, or door #19 (athletic entrance).  Your student must self-certify before coming to Metea Valley. Mask must always be worn, except for when the pictures are taken.  Students will exit the same door they entered.   

If you are still looking to sign up for senior photos we have additional dates.  We will conduct senior photos in the MV commons the week of Dec. 14th-18th.  These are by appointment only.  To make an appointment you must visit Rootseniors.com or call (815)433-1766.  MVHS does not do any of the scheduling, so please do not call the main office to schedule an appointment.  The scheduling is with Roots Studios and we host picture days.  {Links below.}

http://mvhs.ipsd.org/News.aspx?id=108962

 Dr. Talley’s self-certification letter is attached.

Rootseniors.com

Are you interested in a STEM internship or exploring volunteer opportunities?  Come to a panel of current MVHS students talk about their experience.  Join use Tuesday Nov 17 3:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

Fall Virtual Variety Show 2020

For more details, please complete the entry form via the Link.  All questions can be forwarded to dawn_garrett@ipsd.org

Create a 3-minute video to submit before November 27, 2020

November 13, 2020

Have a Fantastic Friday!!!!

ATTENTION SENIORS

MV Senior Families,

If you have a senior that is coming to MV for senior photos this month for an already scheduled appointment with Root Studios, they can enter door #1, or door #19 (athletic entrance).  Your student must self-certify before coming to Metea Valley. Mask must always be worn, except for when the pictures are taken.  Students will exit the same door they entered.   

If you are still looking to sign up for senior photos we have additional dates.  We will conduct senior photos in the MV commons the week of Dec. 14th-18th.  These are by appointment only.  To make an appointment you must visit Rootseniors.com or call (815)433-1766.  MVHS does not do any of the scheduling, so please do not call the main office to schedule an appointment.  The scheduling is with Roots Studios and we host picture days.  {Links below.}

http://mvhs.ipsd.org/News.aspx?id=108962

 Dr. Talley’s self-certification letter is attached.

Rootseniors.com

Thanks, and as always, Go Go Mustangs!  

Are you interested in a STEM internship or exploring volunteer opportunities?  Come to a panel of current MVHS students talk about their experience.  Join use Tuesday Nov 17 3:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

Fall Virtual Variety Show 2020

For more details, please complete the entry form via the Link.  All questions can be forwarded to dawn_garrett@ipsd.org

Create a 3-minute video to submit before November 27, 2020

November 12, 2020

Have a Talisman Thursday!!!!

ATTENTION SENIORS

MV Senior Families,

If you have a senior that is coming to MV for senior photos this month for an already scheduled appointment with Root Studios, they can enter door #1, or door #19 (athletic entrance).  Your student must self-certify before coming to Metea Valley. Mask must always be worn, except for when the pictures are taken.  Students will exit the same door they entered.   

If you are still looking to sign up for senior photos we have additional dates.  We will conduct senior photos in the MV commons the week of Dec. 14th-18th.  These are by appointment only.  To make an appointment you must visit Rootseniors.com or call (815)433-1766.  MVHS does not do any of the scheduling, so please do not call the main office to schedule an appointment.  The scheduling is with Roots Studios and we host picture days.  {Links below.}

http://mvhs.ipsd.org/News.aspx?id=108962

 Dr. Talley’s self-certification letter is attached.

Rootseniors.com

Thanks, and as always, Go Go Mustangs!  

Are you interested in a STEM internship or exploring volunteer opportunities?  Come to a panel of current MVHS students talk about their experience.  Join use Tuesday Nov 17 3:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharin

November 11, 2020

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharin

November 10, 2020

Have a Tangy Tuesday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

November 9, 2020

Have a Magical Monday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

November 6, 2020

Have a Fabulous Friday!!!!

THE MANE EVENT’s

Manes new episode

In this season’s third episode, we see what the student class representatives have been up to, provide an Orchesis update, and even throw in a little rant, may watch on your own time.

 Below are the links for the Viewer Feedback Google Form as well, please take a moment to fill out.

 Thank you so much!

 (Note:  If you are viewing at home and the video is blocked, you may need to disconnect from the school VPN and connect to your home network).

 S5 E3 - The Mane – Election Hopes, Class Reps, Orchesis, The Rant & More

 Metea Media Homepage

 The Mane YouTube Channel

 The Mane Instagram -- @meteamane

 Google Form -- S5 E3 Viewer Feedback/Story Ideas

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

November 5, 2020

Have a Thundering Thursday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

November 4, 2020

Have a Witty Wednesdsay!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

November 3, 2020

Have a Tangible Tuesday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Please VOTE, so your voice can be heard.

November 2, 2020

Have a Majestic Monday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Make sure to vote tomorrow, your vote counts, let your voice be heard. :)

October 30, 2020

Have a Fun Filled Friday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Science or STEM is not all learned in the classroom.  Check out some virtual STEM activities, at MVHS STEM for  programs from local museums, national labs, universities.   If you have a suggestion that should be added please contact Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org .  Check back at MVHS STEM page for updates and more STEM events both with MVHS and elsewhere.  GOGO STEM

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Have a safe and fun Halloween, and as always Go, Go Mustangs

October 29, 2020

Have a Tidy Thursday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Student Government's Halloween Happenings 2020!

Student Government’s Halloween Happenings: Click on the links below for details on all of our events! Pumpkin carving contest Costume Contest Scavenger Hunt

docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jzTSiTPySlUZvszadRD16PmaZSlc4WUy90PWP9ZHg6E/edit?usp=sharing

Science or STEM is not all learned in the classroom.  Check out some virtual STEM activities, at MVHS STEM for  programs from local museums, national labs, universities.   If you have a suggestion that should be added please contact Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org .  Check back at MVHS STEM page for updates and more STEM events both with MVHS and elsewhere.  GOGO STEM

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

October 28, 2020

Have a Wahoo Wednesday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Student Government's Halloween Happenings 2020!

Student Government’s Halloween Happenings: Click on the links below for details on all of our events! Pumpkin carving contest Costume Contest Scavenger Hunt

docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jzTSiTPySlUZvszadRD16PmaZSlc4WUy90PWP9ZHg6E/edit?usp=sharing

Science or STEM is not all learned in the classroom.  Check out some virtual STEM activities, at MVHS STEM for  programs from local museums, national labs, universities.   If you have a suggestion that should be added please contact Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org .  Check back at MVHS STEM page for updates and more STEM events both with MVHS and elsewhere.  GOGO STEM

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

October 27, 2020

Have a Timely Tuesday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Student Government's Halloween Happenings 2020!

Student Government’s Halloween Happenings: Click on the links below for details on all of our events! Pumpkin carving contest Costume Contest Scavenger Hunt

docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jzTSiTPySlUZvszadRD16PmaZSlc4WUy90PWP9ZHg6E/edit?usp=sharing

Would you like to hear directly from college Admissions counselors what they look for in an ideal candidate?  Are you interested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics in college? Come to MVHS annual Colleges with strong STEM programs. Tuesday October 27, 3 - 5 PM hosted by MVHS STEM & GEMS, Margaret Stokes.   Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

Meeting ID: 978 6320 8032

Passcode: WZHJ76

Science or STEM is not all learned in the classroom.  Check out some virtual STEM activities, at MVHS STEM for  programs from local museums, national labs, universities.   If you have a suggestion that should be added please contact Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org .  Check back at MVHS STEM page for updates and more STEM events both with MVHS and elsewhere.  GOGO STEM

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

October 26, 2020

Have a Manic Monday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Student Government's Halloween Happenings 2020!

Student Government’s Halloween Happenings: Click on the links below for details on all of our events! Pumpkin carving contest Costume Contest Scavenger Hunt

docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jzTSiTPySlUZvszadRD16PmaZSlc4WUy90PWP9ZHg6E/edit?usp=sharing

Would you like to hear directly from college Admissions counselors what they look for in an ideal candidate?  Are you interested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics in college? Come to MVHS annual Colleges with strong STEM programs. Tuesday October 27, 3 - 5 PM hosted by MVHS STEM & GEMS, Margaret Stokes.   Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

Meeting ID: 978 6320 8032

Passcode: WZHJ76

Science or STEM is not all learned in the classroom.  Check out some virtual STEM activities, at MVHS STEM for  programs from local museums, national labs, universities.   If you have a suggestion that should be added please contact Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org .  Check back at MVHS STEM page for updates and more STEM events both with MVHS and elsewhere.  GOGO STEM

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

October 23, 2020

Have a Fantastic Friday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Mustang Comedy will present an online show THIS Friday, 10/23, 7PM. LIVE on Zoom! Webinar link below, come laugh with us.

Mustang Comedy Online Show this Friday, 10/23 at 7PM

https://tinyurl.com/mustanglaughs

Student Government's Halloween Happenings 2020!

Student Government’s Halloween Happenings: Click on the links below for details on all of our events! Pumpkin carving contest Costume Contest Scavenger Hunt

docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jzTSiTPySlUZvszadRD16PmaZSlc4WUy90PWP9ZHg6E/edit?usp=sharing

Would you like to hear directly from college Admissions counselors what they look for in an ideal candidate?  Are you interested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics in college? Come to MVHS annual Colleges with strong STEM programs. Tuesday October 27, 3 - 5 PM hosted by MVHS STEM & GEMS, Margaret Stokes.   Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

Meeting ID: 978 6320 8032

Passcode: WZHJ76

Science or STEM is not all learned in the classroom.  Check out some virtual STEM activities, at MVHS STEM for  programs from local museums, national labs, universities.   If you have a suggestion that should be added please contact Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org .  Check back at MVHS STEM page for updates and more STEM events both with MVHS and elsewhere.  GOGO STEM

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at sn

w.360youthservices.org .

October 21, 2020

Have a Wild Wednesday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Mustang Comedy will present an online show THIS Friday, 10/23, 7PM. LIVE on Zoom! Webinar link below, come laugh with us.

Mustang Comedy Online Show this Friday, 10/23 at 7PM

https://tinyurl.com/mustanglaughs

Student Government's Halloween Happenings 2020!

Student Government’s Halloween Happenings: Click on the links below for details on all of our events! Pumpkin carving contest Costume Contest Scavenger Hunt

docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jzTSiTPySlUZvszadRD16PmaZSlc4WUy90PWP9ZHg6E/edit?usp=sharing

Would you like to hear directly from college Admissions counselors what they look for in an ideal candidate?  Are you interested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics in college? Come to MVHS annual Colleges with strong STEM programs. Tuesday October 27, 3 - 5 PM hosted by MVHS STEM & GEMS, Margaret Stokes.   Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

Meeting ID: 978 6320 8032

Passcode: WZHJ76

Girls Who Code - have you ever wanted to learn how to write computer programs?  No experience is needed.  Anybody can join. We will meet virtually all year, Thursday 4 - 5 PM.  Use code tmqhcsl  to sign into check Google Classroom page for information

Science or STEM is not all learned in the classroom.  Check out some virtual STEM activities, at MVHS STEM for  programs from local museums, national labs, universities.   If you have a suggestion that should be added please contact Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org .  Check back at MVHS STEM page for updates and more STEM events both with MVHS and elsewhere.  GOGO STEM

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at sn

w.360youthservices.org .

October 20, 2020

Have a Thundering Tuesday!!!!

 The Mane is asking for student nominations. Nominated seniors will be randomly chosen and surprised. If you know a senior who is working hard, spreading positivity, or just deserving of recognition, nominate them below

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/10L8oBZvxbh-SFBEi8szi1ncjE3KVcEZDrIzXCmDAQqM/edit?usp=sharing

Mustang Comedy will present an online show THIS Friday, 10/23, 7PM. LIVE on Zoom! Webinar link below, come laugh with us.

Mustang Comedy Online Show this Friday, 10/23 at 7PM

https://tinyurl.com/mustanglaughs

Student Government's Halloween Happenings 2020!

Student Government’s Halloween Happenings: Click on the links below for details on all of our events! Pumpkin carving contest Costume Contest Scavenger Hunt

docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jzTSiTPySlUZvszadRD16PmaZSlc4WUy90PWP9ZHg6E/edit?usp=sharing

Would you like to hear directly from college Admissions counselors what they look for in an ideal candidate?  Are you interested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics in college? Come to MVHS annual Colleges with strong STEM programs. Tuesday October 27, 3 - 5 PM hosted by MVHS STEM & GEMS, Margaret Stokes.   Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

Meeting ID: 978 6320 8032

Passcode: WZHJ76

Girls Who Code - have you ever wanted to learn how to write computer programs?  No experience is needed.  Anybody can join. We will meet virtually all year, Thursday 4 - 5 PM.  Use code tmqhcsl  to sign into check Google Classroom page for information

Science or STEM is not all learned in the classroom.  Check out some virtual STEM activities, at MVHS STEM for  programs from local museums, national labs, universities.   If you have a suggestion that should be added please contact Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org .  Check back at MVHS STEM page for updates and more STEM events both with MVHS and elsewhere.  GOGO STEM

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at sn

w.360youthservices.org .

October 19, 2020

Have a Magnificent Monday!!!!

Mustang Comedy will present an online show THIS Friday, 10/23, 7PM. LIVE on Zoom! Webinar link below, come laugh with us.

Mustang Comedy Online Show this Friday, 10/23 at 7PM

https://tinyurl.com/mustanglaughs

Student Government's Halloween Happenings 2020!

Student Government’s Halloween Happenings: Click on the links below for details on all of our events! Pumpkin carving contest Costume Contest Scavenger Hunt

docs.google.com

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1jzTSiTPySlUZvszadRD16PmaZSlc4WUy90PWP9ZHg6E/edit?usp=sharing

Would you like to hear directly from college Admissions counselors what they look for in an ideal candidate?  Are you interested in pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics in college? Come to MVHS annual Colleges with strong STEM programs. Tuesday October 27, 3 - 5 PM hosted by MVHS STEM & GEMS, Margaret Stokes.   Join Zoom Meeting

https://ipsd.zoom.us/j/97863208032?pwd=ZE15ekJhTlczT01UZU16bk9CVzljdz09

Meeting ID: 978 6320 8032

Passcode: WZHJ76

Girls Who Code - have you ever wanted to learn how to write computer programs?  No experience is needed.  Anybody can join. We will meet virtually all year, Thursday 4 - 5 PM.  Use code tmqhcsl  to sign into check Google Classroom page for information

Science or STEM is not all learned in the classroom.  Check out some virtual STEM activities, at MVHS STEM for  programs from local museums, national labs, universities.   If you have a suggestion that should be added please contact Margaret_Stokes@ipsd.org .  Check back at MVHS STEM page for updates and more STEM events both with MVHS and elsewhere.  GOGO STEM

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at sn

w.360youthservices.org .

October 16, 2020

Have a Fun Filled Friday!!

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

Have a wonderful weekend.

Go, Go Mustangs

October 15, 2020

Have a Timely Thursday!!

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

October 14, 2020

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!!

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

October 13, 2020

Have a Tumbling Tuesday!!

MV StuGo is hosting a special Halloween Themed Virtual Event: A Pumpkin Carving Contest

Please see the details on the slide below! We are hoping to make it a fun and successful virtual event.https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1owweIcy1HCfc5pIVbHwQjR7JW9mks7EtBI_dSaPCtnc/edit?usp=sharing

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

October 9, 2020

Have a Funtantic Friday!!

PTSA Reflections Contest. Like many things this year, this event has gone virtual.  We have put the information together in these two slides.     Here is the LINK

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

Have a wonderful weekend.

October 8, 2020

Have a Thriving Thursday!!

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

October 5, 2020

Have a Thriving Tuesday!!

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

October 5, 2020

Have a Marvelous Monday!!

One small positive thought in the morning can change your whole DAY. Good morning Have a nice day!

October 2, 2020

Have a Fabulous Friday!!

Come learn about all things Theater! The Metea Valley Drama Club will hold an informational meeting on October 20th from 3-4 pm. Check the Theater 2021! Google Classroom for Zoom information (Code: 2xgvdpk). See you there!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

October 1, 2020

Have a Triumphant  Thursday!!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

September  30, 2020

Have a Whopping Wednesday!!

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

September  27, 2020

Have a Marvelous Monday

Operation Snowball: HOME– October 23-25th, 7:30pm-900pm

Register now for this life-changing event for your teen. Operation Snowball is a fun, engaging and popular leadership development program from 360 Youth Services in partnership with District 204 and District 203. This teen-led and adult-guided program for area high school students will be presented in a virtual format this Fall. Presented in a safe and respectful environment, the program addresses challenges facing teens with the goals of increasing self-awareness, strengthening positive coping skills, enhancing self-confidence, expanding decision-making skills, refining personal values and goals, strengthening communication strategies, and expanding leadership abilities. Presentations, workshops, activities, and small group discussions all combine to empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Information about Operation Snowball’s “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org .

Operation Snowball: Information about “Home” virtual retreat on October 23-25 is available at snow.360youthservices.org. Presentations, workshops & activities empower teens to make healthy decisions and have a positive impact on their peers. Register now for this life-changing event!

September  25, 2020

Have a Fabulous Friday !!

We apologize for the inconvenience but due to the building closure today 9/25/2020, the textbook/supply pick up for today has been postponed and will not be rescheduled for Monday. We will communicate when the new date will be as soon as we have that information available. Thank you for your patience and your understanding. Have a great weekend!

Go, Go Mustangs!   MV Administration.

September  24, 2020

Have a Tenacious Thursday !!

Metea Valley Theater will kick-off its season with the suspenseful thriller WAR OF THE WORLDS! Auditions are due by Wednesday, September 23rd. Join our Google Classroom for the details : Theater 2021 Classroom Invitation! 

September  23, 2020

Have a Worldly Wednesday !!

National Merit Semi-Finalists

We would like to congratulate Metea’s nine National Merit Semi-Finalist: Vinay Agrawal, Chinmay Bhogilal, Rhea Joshi, Sean Lu, Thomas Maxon, Sannidhi Mohan, Kishor Moorthy, Udit Pai, and Yash Telang. We are very proud of your outstanding accomplishment! Way to go Mustangs!!

GOOD LUCK SENIORS on your SATs.

Metea Valley Theater will kick-off its season with the suspenseful thriller WAR OF THE WORLDS! Auditions are due by Wednesday, September 23rd. Join our Google Classroom for the details : Theater 2021 Classroom Invitation! 

September  22, 2020

Have a Terrific Tuesday !!

Attention 9th, 10th, and 11th Graders:

Wednesday, September 23 will be an Independent (asynchronous) Learning Day for all high school students. Seniors will be taking the SAT, and district staff will be assisting with test administration activities. Assignments for the day will be clarified with students on Monday. Staff members who are not directly involved with the testing will be available for student communications and contacts throughout the day.

Plus:

Metea Valley Theater will kick-off its season with the suspenseful thriller WAR OF THE WORLDS! Auditions are due by Wednesday, September 23rd. Join our Google Classroom for the details : Theater 2021 Classroom Invitation! 

September  21, 2020

Have a Magnificent Monday !!

Senior SAT Reminders:

 Test Date: Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Test Times: Arrive by 7:30 am (enter through your assigned door)

Testing begins promptly at 8:00 am!  

Dismissal will be at 1:45 pm

Reminder: Students must wear a mask at all times while at Metea for testing

Bring: A Photo ID, Mask, Completed Self-Certification Form, No. 2 Pencils,

Calculator, Water and a Snack.

Lunch: A box of snacks will be provided to each student (who would like one)

Test Room: http://mvtestrooms.org/ (and enter your computer login)

Entry/Exit Doors: 

Seniors Students – Park on the north side of the building in any of the available lots and enter the door number that correlates with your test room.  Remember that a mask and social distancing (at least 6 feet) is required at all times.

 Enter Door 14 – Testing in Rooms H101-H112 (Walk past the Auditorium entrances, left at the main office, right at the Victory house to the H100 classrooms)

 Enter Door 16 – Testing in Rooms H201-H212 (Use stairwell UP, follow the hallways by the forum rooms to the H200 classrooms)

 Enter Door 17 – Testing in Rooms D201-D212, D214-D225, E220-E230 (Use the stairwell UP to get to your classroom)

 Enter Door 19 – Testing in Rooms D101-D112, D114-D128, E120-E130 (Turn right after entering the building, turn right after the Spirit House into the D100 classrooms)

Enter Door 34 – Bus Transportation  

 Bus Information information is available at this link:  Click Here

Students must have a mask in order to ride the school bus.  Please bring your mask!

September  18, 2020

It is Mustang Friday!  Watch the video and see if you are a winner!

Have a Fantastic Friday !!

ALL students interested in Theater (Plays, Musicals, Comedy, Tech Crew) are invited to join the Theater Google Classroom to receive exciting updates about the 2020-21 Season.  Join at 2xgvdpk

Interested in participating in Metea Valley Cheerleading? The fall 2020 contact days start this week. If you are interested in joining please join the Metea Valley Cheerleading Facebook page or email Coach Braheny (lisa_braheny@ipsd.org) to receive more information.

September  17, 2020

Have a Tremendous Thursday!!

ALL students interested in Theater (Plays, Musicals, Comedy, Tech Crew) are invited to join the Theater Google Classroom to receive exciting updates about the 2020-21 Season.  Join at 2xgvdpk

Interested in participating in Metea Valley Cheerleading? The fall 2020 contact days start this week. If you are interested in joining please join the Metea Valley Cheerleading Facebook page or email Coach Braheny (lisa_braheny@ipsd.org) to receive more information.

September  16, 2020

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!!

ALL students interested in Theater (Plays, Musicals, Comedy, Tech Crew) are invited to join the Theater Google Classroom to receive exciting updates about the 2020-21 Season.  Join at 2xgvdpk

Interested in participating in Metea Valley Cheerleading? The fall 2020 contact days start this week. If you are interested in joining please join the Metea Valley Cheerleading Facebook page or email Coach Braheny (lisa_braheny@ipsd.org) to receive more information.

September  15, 2020

Have a Terrific Tuesday!!

Interested in participating in Metea Valley Cheerleading? The fall 2020 contact days start this week. If you are interested in joining please join the Metea Valley Cheerleading Facebook page or email Coach Braheny (lisa_braheny@ipsd.org) to receive more information.

March  14, 2020--

School Closed, until further notice.

Be well, Be safe.

Go,Go Mustangs

March  13, 2020

Please be aware of some events being  CANCELED.

Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos

 if you have questions.

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Attention seniors!

Don’t forget that the deadline for the Metea Unified Scholarships is fast approaching.

Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to complete your application.

All information and letters must be submitted by Thursday, March 19th.

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

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Muslim Student Association will be meeting on Friday in H105. All students are welcome

to attend. CANCELED

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ATTENTION GRADUATING SENIORS: Has it always been your dream to speak at Black

& Gold Night (on May 6), Mustang Commemorative Celebration (on May 20), or

Commencement (on May 24) at the end of your high school career? If so, you MUST

attend one of three 30-minute Informational Meetings in order to be eligible for the

Audition process.  They are

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 at 2:40 pm

THURSDAY, MARCH 19 at 6:40 am

FRIDAY, MARCH 20 at 2:40 pm

Again, attendance at one of the three Informational Meetings is MANDATORY!  All

meetings will be held in Room H112. Please make arrangements in your busy schedules

 to attend!

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Come see the talents and shenanigans of the Metea Community! Students and staff

members will take the stage during the Variety Show on March 13 at 7 PM. Tickets will

be on sale during all lunches on March 13 and at the show as well, and tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Join us for an evening of inspiration, fun, and laughter!  CANCELED

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"Want to have fun after school? Drills, and glue, and saws, oh my!  Come out and help the musical build crew, Mondays through Thursdays in the auditorium tech shop. Reach out to Mr. Bramstedt, Mr. Schmela, or Mr. Sturn for any questions. Be a part of a huge project after schools in March and April. See you there!"

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ATTENTION SENIORS!! You don't want to miss the big event: Senior Road Trip is a late-night lock-in with activities, games and food sponsored by the Metea Valley PTSA.  This year’s event will take place Saturday, April 18, starting at 7:00pm and ending Sunday, April 19 at 2:00am.   Register NOW!  For more information go to your class house.  

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Key Club members who signed up for Feed My Starving Children for this Friday, March 13.  The event has been CANCELED

March  12, 2020

Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos

 if you have questions.

----------

Attention seniors!

Don’t forget that the deadline for the Metea Unified Scholarships is fast approaching.

Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to complete your application.

All information and letters must be submitted by Thursday, March 19th.

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

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Muslim Student Association will be meeting on Friday in H105. All students are welcome

to attend.

----------

ATTENTION GRADUATING SENIORS: Has it always been your dream to speak at Black

& Gold Night (on May 6), Mustang Commemorative Celebration (on May 20), or

Commencement (on May 24) at the end of your high school career? If so, you MUST

attend one of three 30-minute Informational Meetings in order to be eligible for the

Audition process.  They are

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 at 2:40 pm

THURSDAY, MARCH 19 at 6:40 am

FRIDAY, MARCH 20 at 2:40 pm

Again, attendance at one of the three Informational Meetings is MANDATORY!  All

meetings will be held in Room H112. Please make arrangements in your busy schedules

 to attend!

----------

Come see the talents and shenanigans of the Metea Community! Students and staff

members will take the stage during the Variety Show on March 13 at 7 PM. Tickets will

be on sale during all lunches on March 13 and at the show as well, and tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Join us for an evening of inspiration, fun, and laughter!

------------

"Want to have fun after school? Drills, and glue, and saws, oh my!  Come out and help the musical build crew, Mondays through Thursdays in the auditorium tech shop. Reach out to Mr. Bramstedt, Mr. Schmela, or Mr. Sturn for any questions. Be a part of a huge project after schools in March and April. See you there!"

----------

ATTENTION SENIORS!! You don't want to miss the big event:

Senior Road Trip is a late-night lock-in with activities, games and food sponsored by the Metea Valley PTSA.  This year’s event will take place Saturday, April 18, starting at 7:00pm and ending Sunday, April 19 at 2:00am.   Register NOW!  For more information go to your class house. Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos if you have questions.

March  11, 2020

Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos if you have questions.

----------

Attention seniors!

Don’t forget that the deadline for the Metea Unified Scholarships is fast approaching.

Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to complete your application.

All information and letters must be submitted by Thursday, March 19th.

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

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Key Club members interested in participating in Feed My Starving Children this Friday evening can sign up on our website through today  We have 11 spots left to fill!! Also,

 consider bringing an adult- older sibling or parent to help with sealing bags.  

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ATTENTION GRADUATING SENIORS: Has it always been your dream to speak at Black

& Gold Night (on May 6), Mustang Commemorative Celebration (on May 20), or

Commencement (on May 24) at the end of your high school career? If so, you MUST

attend one of three 30-minute Informational Meetings in order to be eligible for the

Audition process.  They are

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 at 2:40 pm

THURSDAY, MARCH 19 at 6:40 am

FRIDAY, MARCH 20 at 2:40 pm

Again, attendance at one of the three Informational Meetings is MANDATORY!  All

meetings will be held in Room H112. Please make arrangements in your busy schedules

 to attend!

----------

Come see the talents and shenanigans of the Metea Community! Students and staff

members will take the stage during the Variety Show on March 13 at 7 PM. Tickets will

be on sale during all lunches on March 13 and at the show as well, and tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Join us for an evening of inspiration, fun, and laughter!

------------

"Want to have fun after school? Drills, and glue, and saws, oh my!  Come out and help the musical build crew, Mondays through Thursdays in the auditorium tech shop. Reach out to Mr. Bramstedt, Mr. Schmela, or Mr. Sturn for any questions. Be a part of a huge project after schools in March and April. See you there!"

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ATTENTION SENIORS!! You don't want to miss the big event:

Senior Road Trip is a late-night lock-in with activities, games and food sponsored by the Metea Valley PTSA.  This year’s event will take place Saturday, April 18, starting at 7:00pm and ending Sunday, April 19 at 2:00am.   Register NOW!  For more information go to your class house.

March  10, 2020

Attention all Juniors - tomorrow Tuesday, March 10  you will be taking the required Science Test.

 In preparation for test day - please check the following website for your test room assignment now: www.mvtestrooms.org

Testing is in the two gyms - doors will open at 7:10 - please arrive on time and quickly find your test room color/seat.  Testing will take place from 7:25-11:00.  Please bring the following items to on Tuesday:

•        A FULLY CHARGED Chromebook

•        A Photo ID

•        A non-blue toothed set of headphones

•        A calculator

•        A book to read should you finish early

Thank you - Go-Go Mustangs!

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Have your markers dried out?  Educators Rising is collecting old highlighters, dry erase markers, etc. to be recycled through the Crayola Color Cycle drive!  Collection boxes can be found in each of the class houses, staff offices, and the music wing.  We encourage teachers to help the cause by collecting markers from their classrooms!  The drive ends on May 12th.

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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos

if you have questions.

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Key Club members interested in filling our missing officer spots- Sophomore Director

or Editor, please send your Candidate Template to Mr. Lakowski by Monday, March 9

at 5:00pm.  Elections for these positions will be on Thursday, March 12.  PLUS

Key Club members interested in participating in Feed My Starving Children this Friday evening can sign up on our website through Thursday.  We have 11 spots left to fill!! Also, consider bringing an adult- older sibling or parent to help with sealing bags.

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Attention seniors!

Don’t forget that the deadline for the Metea Unified Scholarships is fast approaching.

Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to complete your application.

All information and letters must be submitted by Thursday, March 19th.

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

March  9, 2020

Attention all Juniors - tomorrow Tuesday, March 10  you will be taking the required Science Test.

 In preparation for test day - please check the following website for your test room assignment now: www.mvtestrooms.org

Testing is in the two gyms - doors will open at 7:10 - please arrive on time and quickly find your test room color/seat.  Testing will take place from 7:25-11:00.  Please bring the following items to on Tuesday:

•        A FULLY CHARGED Chromebook

•        A Photo ID

•        A non-blue toothed set of headphones

•        A calculator

•        A book to read should you finish early

Thank you - Go-Go Mustangs!

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Have your markers dried out?  Educators Rising is collecting old highlighters, dry erase markers, etc. to be recycled through the Crayola Color Cycle drive!  Collection boxes can be found in each of the class houses, staff offices, and the music wing.  We encourage teachers to help the cause by collecting markers from their classrooms!  The drive ends on May 12th.

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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos

if you have questions.

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Key Club members interested in filling our missing officer spots- Sophomore Director

or Editor, please send your Candidate Template to Mr. Lakowski by Monday, March 9

at 5:00pm.  Elections for these positions will be on Thursday, March 12.  PLUS

Key Club members interested in participating in Feed My Starving Children this Friday evening can sign up on our website through Thursday.  We have 11 spots left to fill!! Also, consider bringing an adult- older sibling or parent to help with sealing bags.

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Attention seniors!

Don’t forget that the deadline for the Metea Unified Scholarships is fast approaching.

Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to complete your application.

All information and letters must be submitted by Thursday, March 19th.

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

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"Want to have fun after school? Drills, and glue, and saws, oh my!  Come out and help the musical build crew, Mondays through Thursdays in the auditorium tech shop. Reach out to Mr. Bramstedt, Mr. Schmela, or Mr. Sturn for any questions. Be a part of a huge project after schools in March and April. See you there!"

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ATTENTION GRADUATING SENIORS: Has it always been your dream to speak at Black & Gold Night (on May 6), Mustang Commemorative Celebration (on May 20), or Commencement (on May 24) at the end of your high school career? If so, you MUST attend one of three 30-minute Informational Meetings in order to be eligible for the Audition process.  They are

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18 at 2:40 pm

THURSDAY, MARCH 19 at 6:40 am

FRIDAY, MARCH 20 at 2:40 pm

Again, attendance at one of the three Informational Meetings is MANDATORY!  All meetings will be held in Room H112. Please make arrangements in your busy schedules to attend!

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Come see the talents and shenanigans of the Metea Community! Students and staff members will take the stage during the Variety Show on March 13 at 7 PM. Tickets will be on sale during all lunches on March 13 and at the show as well, and tickets

are $3 for students and $5 for adults. Join us for an evening of inspiration, fun, and laughter!

March  6, 2020

Attention all Juniors - on Tuesday, March 10 (next Tuesday) you will be

taking the required Science Test.  In preparation for test day - please check the following website for your test room assignment now: www.mvtestrooms.org

Testing is in the two gyms - doors will open at 7:10 - please arrive on time and quickly find your test room color/seat.  Testing will take place from 7:25-11:00.  Please bring the following items to on Tuesday:

•        A FULLY CHARGED Chromebook

•        A Photo ID

•        A non-blue toothed set of headphones

•        A calculator

•        A book to read should you finish early

Thank you - Go-Go Mustangs!

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"Want to have fun after school? Drills, and glue, and saws, oh my!  Come out and help the musical build crew, Mondays through Thursdays in the auditorium tech shop. Reach out to Mr. Bramstedt, Mr. Schmela, or Mr. Sturn for any questions. Be a part of a huge project after schools in March and April. See you there!"

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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos

if you have questions.

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As we celebrate the end of Spread the Word to End the Word Week, Best Buddies made

a video to show the impact that the r-word can make on our community and how we can

move away from this terminology! Please enjoy our video during your 2nd Hour!

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Key Club members interested in filling our missing officer spots- Sophomore Director

or Editor, please send your Candidate Template to Mr. Lakowski by Monday, March 9 at 5:00pm.  Elections for these positions will be on Thursday, March 12.

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Did you know that a good laugh can reduce stress, boost your immune system, and work your abs? Come get healthy with Mustang Comedy this Friday at 7PM in the Black Box Theater! $3 tickets will be available during lunch periods on Thursday & Friday. All other tickets are $5 at the door. Your Mustang Comics look forward to sharing improv, stand up, sketch, and laughter with you this Friday!

March  5, 2020

Attention all Juniors - on Tuesday, March 10 (next Tuesday) you will be taking the required Science Test.  In preparation for test day - please check the following website for your test room assignment now: www.mvtestrooms.org

Testing is in the two gyms - doors will open at 7:10 - please arrive on time and quickly find your test room color/seat.  Testing will take place from 7:25-11:00.  Please bring the following items to on Tuesday:

•        A FULLY CHARGED Chromebook

•        A Photo ID

•        A non-blue toothed set of headphones

•        A calculator

•        A book to read should you finish early

Thank you - Go-Go Mustangs!

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Final call for Students who were unable to attend the IP Scholars awards night, please come to the main office to pick up your awards.

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Indian Student Alliance will have our all members meeting  Today at 2:30pm in room D211.

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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos if you have questions

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Our last spirit day is tomorrow! Please wear your Spread the Word to end

the Word t-shirts that Best Buddies is selling in the commons or your Rally

for Respect shirts from Special Olympics.

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Attention all gamers! Today after school Gamer's Club will  be meeting in room H223. Bring games to share, all are welcome!

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All are welcome to come hear a graduate student from MIT talk about their Physics research. Come to the Large Forum Room F215 2:30 Today March 5.  Bring a friend and snacks will be served.  Ask them your questions.

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Did you know that a good laugh can reduce stress, boost your immune system, and work your abs? Come get healthy with Mustang Comedy this Friday at 7PM in the Black Box Theater! $3 tickets will be available during lunch periods on Thursday & Friday. All other tickets are $5 at the door. Your Mustang Comics look forward to sharing improv, stand up, sketch, and laughter with you this Friday!

March  4, 2020

Students who were unable to attend the IP Scholars awards night, please come to the main office to pick up your awards.

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Indian Student Alliance will have our all members meeting on Thursday, March 5th at 2:30pm in room D211.

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Calling all readers. The NEHS is hosting a Book Exchange on March 5th from 2:45 - 3:45. Bring in lightly used books you have enjoyed, but are done with - and exchange them with your peers recommended books that they bring in. You get to exchange as many books as you bring in. Snacks and raffled prizes will be available

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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos if you have questions.

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Did you know that a good laugh can reduce stress, boost your immune system, and work your abs? Come get healthy with Mustang Comedy this Friday at 7PM in the Black Box Theater! $3 tickets will be available during lunch periods on Thursday & Friday. All other tickets are $5 at the door. Your Mustang Comics look forward to sharing improv, stand up, sketch, and laughter with you this Friday

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Tomorrow for Spread the Word to End Word Week, Metea will be hosting the Special Olympics Swim Meet, join us in wearing the black & gold of Metea!

March  3, 2020

Students who were unable to attend the IP Scholars awards night, please come to the main office to pick up your awards.

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Indian Student Alliance will have our all members meeting on Thursday, March 5th at 2:30pm in room D211.

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Calling all readers. The NEHS is hosting a Book Exchange on March 5th from 2:45 - 3:45. Bring in lightly used books you have enjoyed, but are done with - and exchange them with your peers recommended books that they bring in. You get to exchange as many books as you bring in. Snacks and raffled prizes will be available

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Mental Health Matters Club works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  We will meet Tuesday, March 3rd in H106 at 2:30pm.  All are welcome!

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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos if you have questions.

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To continue celebrating Spread the Word to End the word week, wear tie-die or rainbow colors to celebrate different disabilities

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Animal Lovers! Don't forget that our next meeting for Animal Rehab and Rescue is Today after school in room H223. We hope to see you there

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Did you know that a good laugh can reduce stress, boost your immune system, and work your abs? Come get healthy with Mustang Comedy this Friday at 7PM in the Black Box Theater! $3 tickets will be available during lunch periods on Thursday & Friday. All other tickets are $5 at the door. Your Mustang Comics look forward to sharing improv, stand up, sketch, and laughter with you this Friday

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Guide Right meets all lunch peirods in A133

March  2, 2020

Students who were unable to attend the IP Scholars Award night, may pick their certificates up in the main office.  See Ms. Davidson

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Indian Student Alliance will have our all members meeting on Thursday, March 5th at 2:30pm in room D211.

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Have your markers dried out?  Educators Rising is collecting old highlighters, dry erase markers, etc. to be recycled through the Crayola Color Cycle drive!  Collection boxes can be found in each of the class houses, staff offices, and

the music wing.  We encourage teachers to help the cause by collecting

markers from their classrooms!  The drive ends on May 12th.

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Mental Health Matters Club works to reduce stigma and bring about

awareness.  We will meet Tuesday, March 3rd in H106 at 2:30pm.  All are

welcome!

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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos if you have questions.

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This week is Respect Week Spirit Week! Today is Camo day,tomorrow, show us your superhero spirit and dress up in your favorite superhero attire!

February 26, 2020

Do you like Chinese food? Please help Chinese honor society by going to Panda Express on Rt. 59 this Friday! Show flyer or order online, entering 311837 when checkout.

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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat registration is going on now! Information for the ONLINE registration process is available in all class houses. Please contact Mr. Solgos if you have questions.

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Mental Health Matters Club works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  We will meet Tuesday, March 3rd in H106 at 2:30pm.  All are welcome

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"Please join Special Olympics and Best Buddies in celebrating Spread the Word to End the Word by participating in our spirit week starting Monday,

and stop by the commons to sign the pledge!"

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Boys tennis tryouts are Monday March 2, 2:45 meet in art hallway.. If you are interested in trying out you must be registered and have a current physical.

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Today there will be TWO dogs to de-stress with! Our therapy dogs, Floyd and Nessie will be available for visits in the LMC Collaboration Center today during ALL lunch periods. All are welcome!

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OLAS annual Latino Dance will take place on Friday March 20th from 7 to 10 pm. Tickets are available in the Commons through all lunch periods. Come to support OLAS and enjoy a night of Latino rhythms and fun.

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Calling all readers. The NEHS is hosting a Book Exchange on March 5th from 2:45 - 3:45. Bring in lightly used books you have enjoyed, but are done with - and exchange them with your peers recommended books that they bring in. You get to exchange as many books as you bring in. Snacks and raffled prizes will be available.

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Attention Seniors…..

Representatives from College of DuPage and ISAC (Illinois Student Assistance

Commission) are coming to Metea Valley during ALL lunch periods on Monday,

March 2nd in the LMC Collaboration Center).  

You should stop in if you’ve already applied to COD and would like to learn more about the next steps or about scholarships.  If you haven’t yet applied to College of DuPage, please plan to attend to apply. Also, ISAC will be here to help students with questions about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  Regardless

of the college you plan to attend, it is advised to complete the FAFSA as soon as

 possible.  This form is used by colleges to determine the amount of financial aid a student is eligible for.In general, the purpose of this day is to have resources here to answer your questions about College of DuPage and/or Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  If you are planning to apply for the first time to COD, students attending should bring a credit/debit card to pay for the $20 fee.  At minimum, come

in and fill out your application, and pay later at home.Please stop in the LMC

 Collaboration Center (F123) during your lunch period to take advantage of this

opportunity.See your counselor if you have any questions.

February 25, 2020

Beginning today and lasting through February 26th, SAGA is sponsoring a Hygiene Drive to benefit 360 Youth Services LGBTQ Housing, which

provides a safe and affirming place to live for LGBTQ Youth experiencing homelessness. The program is in need of hygiene products such as paper towels, laundry detergent, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste and lotion. We will be accepting donations in the collection boxes located in each

of the 4 houses. Thank you for your kindness this winter.

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Indian Student Alliance will have our all members meeting on Thursday, March 5th at 2:30pm in room D211.

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Mental Health Matters works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  We will meet Tuesday, February 25 at 2:30pm in H106 to continue planning

for our March 4th event.  All are welcome!

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Attention Seniors…..

Representatives from College of DuPage and ISAC (Illinois Student Assistance Commission) are coming to Metea Valley during ALL lunch periods on Monday, March 2nd in the LMC Collaboration Center).  

You should stop in if you’ve already applied to COD and would like to learn more about the next steps or about scholarships.  If you haven’t yet applied to College of DuPage, please plan to attend to apply. Also, ISAC will be here to help students with questions about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  Regardless of the college you plan to attend, it is advised to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible.  This form is used by colleges to determine the amount of financial aid a student is eligible for. In general, the purpose of this day is to have resources here to answer your questions about College of DuPage and/or Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  If you are planning to apply for the first time to COD, students attending should bring a credit/debit card to pay for the $20 fee.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home. Please stop in the LMC Collaboration Center (F123) during your lunch period to take advantage of

this opportunity.See your counselor if you have any questions.

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Tuesday 2/25 = Photo Club meets after school today in H122.

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Calling all readers. The NEHS is hosting a Book Exchange on March 5th from 2:45 - 3:45. Bring in lightly used books you have enjoyed, but are done with - and exchange them with your peers recommended books that they bring in. You get to exchange as many books as you bring in. Snacks and raffled prizes will be available.

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OLAS annual Latino Dance will take place on Friday March 20th from 7 to 10 pm. Tickets are available in the Commons through all lunch periods. Come to support OLAS and enjoy a night of Latino rhythms and fun

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This week there will be TWO dogs to de-stress with! Our therapy dogs, Floyd and Nessie will be available for visits in the LMC Collaboration Center on Wednesday during ALL lunch periods. All are welcome

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CONGRATULATIONS to the Mustang Speech Team as it battled at the IHSA State Speech Tournament this past weekend! In Original Comedy, JJ barker finished 14th. In Prose Reading, Nick Walker finished 12th. In Dramatic Duet, John White & Danielle Buendicho finished 9th. In Dramatic Interpretation, Nick Walker finished 7th.

And in Poetry Reading, Aryanna Amin advanced to Finals and finished 6th in the State! They represented us with Mustang pride and honor, and we’re accompanied by an Entourage if Team support! Thank you to all who traveled with us and came on your own to support your friends and teammates!

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Boys tennis tryouts are Monday March 2, 2:45 meet in art hallway.. If you are

interested in trying out you must be registered and have a current physical

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Guide right will be meeting in A133 during all lunches.

February 24, 2020

Beginning today and lasting through February 26th, SAGA is sponsoring a Hygiene Drive to benefit 360 Youth Services LGBTQ Housing, which

provides a safe and affirming place to live for LGBTQ Youth experiencing homelessness. The program is in need of hygiene products such as paper towels, laundry detergent, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste and lotion. We will be accepting donations in the collection boxes located in each

of the 4 houses. Thank you for your kindness this winter.

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Attention Seniors…..

Representatives from College of DuPage and ISAC (Illinois Student Assistance Commission) are coming to Metea Valley during ALL lunch periods on Monday, March 2nd in the LMC Collaboration Center).  

You should stop in if you’ve already applied to COD and would like to learn more about the next steps or about scholarships.  If you haven’t yet applied to College of DuPage, please plan to attend to apply.

Also, ISAC will be here to help students with questions about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  Regardless of the college you plan to attend, it is advised to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible.  This form is used by colleges to determine the amount of financial aid a student is eligible for. In general, the purpose of this day is to have resources here to answer your questions about College of DuPage and/or Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  If you are planning to apply for the first time to COD, students attending should bring a credit/debit card to pay for the $20 fee.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home.

Please stop in the LMC Collaboration Center (F123) during your lunch period to take advantage of this opportunity.  See your counselor if you have any questions.

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Indian Student Alliance will have our all members meeting on Thursday, March 5th at 2:30pm in room D211

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Mental Health Matters works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  We will meet Tuesday, February 25 at 2:30pm in H106 to continue planning for our March 4th event.  All are welcome!

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Next week Tuesday is Mardi Gras! Come celebrate Mardi Gras with the French Club

directly after school on Tuesday, February 25th. We will have king cake and music and

will be discussing the origins of this holiday. All are welcome to join, no French

experience required!

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Have your markers dried out?  Educators Rising is collecting old highlighters, dry erase markers, etc. to be recycled through the Crayola Color Cycle drive!  Collection boxes can be found in each of the class houses, staff offices, and the music wing.  We encourage teachers

to help the cause by collecting markers from their classrooms!  The drive ends on May 12th.

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Photo Club will meet after school tomorrow in H122. See you then!

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OLAS annual Latino Dance will take place on Friday March 20th from 7 to 10 pm. Tickets are available in the Commons through all lunch periods. Come to support OLAS and enjoy a night of Latino rhythms and fun

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This week there will be TWO dogs to de-stress with! Our therapy dogs, Floyd and Nessie will be available for visits in the LMC Collaboration Center on Wednesday during ALL lunch periods. All are welcome!

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Congratulations to the Girls Bowling team on their 16th place finish at State. The team was only 129 pins out from advancing to day 2 of the competition. Also, an extra congrats to Senior, ALICIA ANTON, who did advance to day 2 and placed 49th overall. Alicia rolled a 191 average during the two day tournament and ends her 4 year career in the Metea Valley Record Books as the 4th bowler to advance and place in the TOP 50. The girls had an amazing season and represented Mustang Nation with class! We looking forward to keeping our foot on the gas as we go into next year.

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Attention Seniors: Herff Jones will deliver graduation announcements and senior products Tomorrow, Tuesday, February 25th, during lunch periods, in the Cafeteria. Your final payment is due prior to delivery. Personal checks will not be accepted for final payment. You can bring cash on delivery day or pay online at www.herffjonesil.com or by phone at 815-756-4743. Extra announcements will be available for purchase.

February 21, 2020

Attention Seniors: Herff Jones will deliver graduation announcements and senior products on Tuesday, February 25th, during lunch periods, in the Cafeteria. Your final payment is due prior to delivery. Personal checks will not be accepted for final payment. You can bring cash on delivery day or pay online at www.herffjonesil.com or by phone at 815-756-4743. Extra announcements will be available for purchase.

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Photo Club will meet after school next Tuesday in room H122.

See you there!

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Muslim Student Association will be meeting today after school in room H105. All students are welcome to attend.

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Next week Tuesday is Mardi Gras! Come celebrate Mardi Gras with the French Club directly after school on Tuesday, February 25th. We will have king cake and music and will be discussin the origins of this holiday. All are welcome to join, no French experience required!

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Mental Health Matters works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  We will meet Tuesday, February 25 at 2:30pm in H106 to continue planning for our March 4th event.  All are welcome

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Need something to do this Friday? Want to see some of Metea’s finest talent? Stop by the Auditorium at 6:30 this Friday, February 21st, to see Best Buddies first ever talent show!! See everyone there!

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Attention Seniors…..

Representatives from College of DuPage and ISAC (Illinois Student Assistance Commission) are coming to Metea Valley during ALL lunch periods on Monday, March 2nd in the LMC Collaboration Center).  

You should stop in if you’ve already applied to COD and would like to learn more about the next steps or about scholarships.  If you haven’t yet applied to College of DuPage, please plan to attend to apply.

Also, ISAC will be here to help students with questions about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  Regardless of the college you plan to attend, it is advised to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible.  This form is used by colleges to determine the amount of financial aid a student is eligible for.

In general, the purpose of this day is to have resources here to answer your questions about College of DuPage and/or Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  

If you are planning to apply for the first time to COD, students attending should bring a credit/debit card to pay for the $20 fee.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home.

Please stop in the LMC Collaboration Center (F123) during your lunch period to take advantage of this opportunity.    See your counselor if you have any questions.

February 19, 2020

Please congratulate the girls bowling TEAM on Advancing to the STATE

tournament for the first time since 2014! We are proud of our girls and they are so excited to represent Metea next weekend. They have worked for two years to

accomplish thi sgoal and it is the beautiful cherry on top of an excellent season.

Go, Go Mustangs!!

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Attention Seniors: Herff Jones will deliver graduation announcements and senior products on Tuesday, February 25th, during lunch periods, in the Cafeteria. Your final payment is due prior to delivery. Personal checks will not be accepted for final payment. You can bring cash on delivery day or pay online at www.herffjonesil.com or by phone at 815-756-4743. Extra announcements will be available for purchase.

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Next week Tuesday is Mardi Gras! Come celebrate Mardi Gras with the French

Club directly after school on Tuesday, February 25th. We will have king cake and music and will be discussin the origins of this holiday. All are welcome to join, no French experience required!

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Need something to do this Friday? Want to see some of Metea’s finest talent? Stop by the Auditorium at 6:30 this Friday, February 21st, to see Best Buddies first ever talent show!! See everyone there!”

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Floyd the therapy dog will be here from 12-1:30 again today! All are welcome

to cuddle him in the LMC collaboration center during their lunch or access

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This week is SPIRIT WEEK!! Please show your school spirit by participating in the daily themes:

Thursday- Sports Day

Friday-Black out (seniors wear college wear)

The Pep Assembly is Friday!

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Beginning today and lasting through February 26th, SAGA is sponsoring a Hygiene Drive to benefit 360 Youth Services LGBTQ Housing, which provides a safe and affirming place to live for LGBTQ Youth experiencing homelessness.

The program is in need of hygiene products such as paper towels, laundry detergent, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste and lotion. We will be accepting donations in the collection boxes located in each of the 4 houses. Thank you for your kindness this winter.

Attention Seniors…..

Representatives from College of DuPage and ISAC (Illinois Student Assistance Commission) are coming to Metea Valley during ALL lunch periods on Monday, March 2nd in the LMC Collaboration Center).  

You should stop in if you’ve already applied to COD and would like to learn more about the next steps or about scholarships.  If you haven’t yet applied to College of DuPage, please plan to attend to apply.

Also, ISAC will be here to help students with questions about the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).  Regardless of the college you plan to attend, it is advised to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible.  This form is used by colleges to determine the amount of financial aid a student is eligible for.

In general, the purpose of this day is to have resources here to answer your questions about College of DuPage and/or Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  

If you are planning to apply for the first time to COD, students attending should bring a credit/debit card to pay for the $20 fee.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home.

Please stop in the LMC Collaboration Center (F123) during your lunch period to take advantage of this opportunity.

See your counselor if you have any questions

February 18, 2020

This week is spirit week.  Please show your school spirit by participating in

the daily themes:

Wednesday-Flannel Day; Thursday- Sports Day; Friday-Black out (seniors wear college wear)

The Pep Assembly is Friday!

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Attention Juniors and Seniors, are you interested in helping pick the prom theme? Go to Metea Media to vote on different options

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Beginning today and lasting through February 26th, SAGA is sponsoring a Hygiene Drive to benefit 360 Youth Services LGBTQ Housing, which

provides a safe and affirming place to live for LGBTQ Youth experiencing homelessness. The program is in need of hygiene products such as paper towels, laundry detergent, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste and lotion. We will be accepting donations in the collection boxes located in each

of the 4 houses. Thank you for your kindness this winter.

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Mental Health Matters works to bring reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  We will meet Tuesday, February 18th at 2:30pm in H106.  All are welcome

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In Mustang Speech Team news . . .at this past weekend's Sectional Tournament, your Nerds With Words qualified five events to the IHSA State Tournament!  In the most competitive Sectional in the State of Illinois, the team finished in 4th place.  Please congratulate JOHN WHITE & DANIELLE BUENDICHO (Dramatic Duet Acting Sectional Champions), ARYANNA AMIN (Poetry Reading Sectional Champion), JJ BARKER (Original Comedy), and dual event State qualifier NICHOLAS WALKER (Dramatic Interpretation and Prose Reading) as they prepare this week to compete for State Champions this Friday and Saturday in Peoria!  WANT TO SEE THEM LIVE? Come to the STATE SHOWCASE on Thursday after school in the Large Forum Room from 2:45-3:30.

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Congratulations to the GIRLS BOWLING TEAM who advanced to the STATE TOURNAMENT this past SATURDAY! This is only the 2nd time in Metea's program for the whole team to advance. This year's team consists of SENIORS: Alicia Anton, Alissa Raboine & Bae Paves; JUNIORS: Meredith Olef, Aliya Bennett, & Bella Kilbourne and SOPHOMORES: Sydney Lewis, Elizabeth Mansmith, & Jasmine Allen.  The girls will head to Cherry Bowl in Rockford this Thursday and start the tournament on Friday Morning. This was a total team effort and we are very proud of the girls hard work and dedication this season. GO, GO MUSTANGs

February 14, 2020

Next week is spirit week. Next week is SPIRIT WEEK!! Please show your school spirit by participating in the daily themes:

Tuesday-Hat Day (no hoods)

Wednesday-Flannel Day

Thursday- Sports Day

Friday-Black out (seniors wear college wear)

The Pep Assembly is Friday!

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Beginning today and lasting through February 26th, SAGA is sponsoring a Hygiene Drive to benefit 360 Youth Services LGBTQ Housing, which provides a safe and affirming place to live for LGBTQ Youth experiencing homelessness.

The program is in need of hygiene products such as paper towels, laundry detergent, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste and lotion. We will be accepting donations in the collection boxes located in each of the 4 houses. Thank you for your kindness this winter.

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Mental Health Matters works to bring reduce stigma and bring about awareness. We will meet Tuesday, February 18th at 2:30pm in H106.  All are welcome!

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Attention seniors!

The Metea Unified Scholarship Application Website is now open!  

The unique thing about this site is that most of these scholarships are reserved exclusively for Metea seniors. Simply go to www.meteaunified.org

to create an account and begin your application. Because many of these

scholarships require letters of recommendation, you should begin to apply today and notify the recommending adults as soon as possible.  

All information and letters must be submitted to the VICTORY HOUSE by March 19th.Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

February 13, 2020

Are you interested in a once-in-a-lifetime international travel experience with their peers during Summer of 2021 to Amsterdam and Paris?  Please come to hear all the details

including the destination, itinerary, and cost of this trip as well as information to enroll!

This meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 18th at 6:30 PM in the Metea LMC. Students have already enrolled, but we are thrilled to open more spots for this exciting opportunity!

Metea L.I.F.E Abroad is looking forward to seeing you at the meeting.

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Key Club: Interested in an officer position for 2020-2021? Go to the Key Club website under the Elections tab. Template is due to Mr. Lakowski by 3 pm on Friday, February 14

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Any students planning on trying out for baseball should attend an

informational meeting about tryouts this Friday February 14 at 7 AM in

the AUX gym.  See Coach Colombe if you are unable to attend.

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Attention seniors!

The Metea Unified Scholarship Application Website is now open!   The unique thing about this site is that most of these scholarships are reserved exclusively for Metea seniors.

Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to create an account and begin your application.

Because many of these scholarships require letters of recommendation, you should begin to apply today and notify the recommending adults as soon as possible.  

All information and letters must be submitted to the VICTORY HOUSE by March 19th.

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

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Mental Health Matters works to bring reduce stigma and bring about

awareness.  We will meet Tuesday, February 18th at 2:30pm in H106.  All

are welcome

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Beginning today and lasting through February 26th, SAGA is sponsoring a Hygiene Drive to benefit 360 Youth Services LGBTQ Housing, which provides a safe and affirming place to live for LGBTQ Youth experiencing homelessness.

The program is in need of hygiene products such as paper towels, laundry detergent, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste and lotion. We will be accepting donations in the collection boxes located in each of the 4 houses. Thank you for your kindness this winter.

February 12, 2020

Floyd the Therapy Dog will again visit MV today during 6th and 7th in the LMC Collaboration Center

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Attention seniors!

The Metea Unified Scholarship Application Website is now open!   The unique thing about this site is that most of these scholarships are reserved exclusively for Metea seniors. Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to create an account and begin your application.

Because many of these scholarships require letters of recommendation, you should begin to apply today and notify the recommending adults as soon as possible.  

All information and letters must be submitted to the VICTORY HOUSE by March 19th.

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

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Any students planning on trying out for baseball should attend an

informational meeting about tryouts this Friday February 14 at 7 AM in

the AUX gym.  See Coach Colombe if you are unable to attend.

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Key Club: Interested in an officer position for 2020-2021? Go to the Key Club website under the Elections tab. Template is due to Mr. Lakowski by 3 pm on Friday, February 14

February 11, 2020

"Good luck today at Sectionals Mahalaxme Some, Thera Bowen, Emily

Thompson, and Thalia Bowen!  Come out and support the girls tonight at

Hinsdale Central at the Girls Gymnastics Sectionals!"

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Any students planning on trying out for baseball should attend an

informational meeting about tryouts this Friday February 14 at 7 AM in the AUX gym.  See Coach Colombe if you are unable to attend.

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Attention all students interested in joining the Ultimate Frisbee team. An informational meeting will be held after school today in room E128. Contact Mr. Ogrodnik with any questions

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Key Club: Interested in an officer position for 2020-2021? Go to the Key Club website under the Elections tab. Template is due to Mr. Lakowski by 3 pm on Friday, February 14.

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Guide Right today during lunch periods in A133.

February 10, 2020

Congratulations to Coach Mansmith and Girls Bowling team who have advanced to the Hinsdale sectionals after a stellar performance on Saturday.

A one game total between the 5 bowlers was 1005. An incredible

accomplishment.

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Are you interested in trying out or managing the 2020 Girls Badminton team?  If so, please come to our mandatory preseason meeting TODAY after school, from 2:30-3:30, in the Large Forum Room.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House with any questions.

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In recognition of the African-American experience, students will be presenting an artistic showcase in the theater Black Box on February 11 during 4th, 5th, and 6th period. Sign up in the Victory or Honor Class Houses before Tuesday to attend!

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Key Club: Interested in an officer position for 2020-2021? Go to the Key Club website under the Elections tab. Template is due to Mr. Lakowski by 3 pm on Friday, February 14

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Attention all students interested in joining the Ultimate Frisbee team. An informational meeting will be held after school tomorrow in room E128.

Contact Mr. Ogrodnik with any questions.

February 7, 2020

Valentine's Day is next Friday. Chinese Honors Society will be selling candy grams for $1 today during all lunch periods. Surprise your friends with

a message

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Tickets are on sale this week during all lunch periods for the Orchesis Annual Dance Showcase "Illuminate." Students are $5.00. Come see an amazing show of all dance styles!

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Are you interested in trying out or managing the 2020 Girls Badminton team?  If so, please come to our mandatory preseason meeting on Monday, February 10th from 2:30-3:30 in the Large Forum Room.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House with any questions.

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In recognition of the African-American experience, students will be presenting an artistic showcase in the theater Black Box on February 11 during 4th, 5th, and 6th period. Sign up in the Victory or Honor Class Houses before Tuesday to attend!

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Key Club: Interested in an officer position for 2020-2021? Go to the Key Club website under the Elections tab. Template is due to Mr. Lakowski by 3 pm on Friday, February 14.

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"Muslim Student Association is meeting today in room H105. All students are welcome to attend."

February 6, 2020

Attention MV students- if you want to help plan 2020 prom, please attend the first Prom planning meeting on Feb 7th in room N117 at 7 am!

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Valentine's Day is next Friday. Chinese Honors Society will be selling candy grams for $1 today during all lunch periods. Surprise your friends with a messages

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Tickets are on sale this week during all lunch periods for the Orchesis Annual Dance Showcase "Illuminate." Students are $5.00. Come see an amazing show of all dance styles!

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Attention All Gamers! Don't forget that today, after school in room F216, we will be meeting for Gamer's Club. Bring games to share, and all are welcome

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If you are interested in boys tennis,, there is an informational meeting tonight in F215 @ 2:45

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Are you interested in trying out or managing the 2020 Girls Badminton team?  If so, please come to our mandatory preseason meeting on Monday, February 10th from 2:30-3:30 in the Large Forum Room.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House with any questions.

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In recognition of the African-American experience, students will be presenting an artistic showcase in the theater Black Box on February 11 during 4th, 5th, and 6th period. Sign up in the Victory or Honor Class Houses before Tuesday to attend!

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The American Sign Language Club is meeting after school today in H103.  All students are welcome to join the ASL Club.  Hope to see you there.

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Key Club: Interested in an officer position for 2020-2021? Go to the Key Club website under the Elections tab. Template is due to Mr. Lakowski by 3 pm on Friday, February 14.

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MSA will be meeting tomorrow in H105. All students are welcome to attend.

February 5, 2020

Attention MV students- if you want to help plan 2020 prom, please attend the first Prom planning meeting on Feb 7th in room N117 at 7 am

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Valentine's Day is next Friday. Chinese Honors Society will be selling candy grams for $1 today during all lunch periods. Surprise your friends with

a message

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Tickets are on sale this week during all lunch periods for the Orchesis Annual Dance Showcase "Illuminate." Students are $5.00. Come see an amazing show

of all dance styles!

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If you are interested in boys tennis,, there is an informational meeting in F215 @ 2:45 on Thursday 2/6

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Attention Metea, If you would like to help plan Prom 2020, the first meeting begins THIS Friday 2/7, in Room N117.  We want your help!

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Are you interested in trying out or managing the 2020 Girls Badminton team?

 If so, please come to our mandatory preseason meeting on Monday, February 10th from 2:30-3:30 in the Large Forum Room.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House with any questions.

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The American Sign Language Club will be meeting after school on Thursday

 in H103.  All students are welcome to attend ASL Club meetings and activities.  Hope to see you there.

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Floyd the therapy dog will visit us again today. Find him in the LMC

Collaboration Center during 6th and 7th periods! All are welcome!

February 4, 2020

Intramural Badminton is cancelled for today AFTER school.  It is rescheduled for Tuesday February 11th from 2:45-4:00.  Again, Intramural Badminton is

cancelled for today AFTER school.  It is rescheduled for Tuesday

February 11th after school from 2:45-4:00.

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Animal Lovers! Don't forget that Animal Rehab and Rescue will be meeting today afterschool in room H223. We will be making animal toys for the local shelter, so don't forget to bring your materials!

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Congratulations to Varsity Cheerleaders, as they qualified for state for the

seventh time! Wish them luck as they head to Bloomington to compete at the state competition on Friday, February 7th.

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Tickets are on sale this week during all lunch periods for the Orchesis Annual Dance Showcase "Illuminate." Students are $5.00. Come see an amazing show

of all dance styles!

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Valentine's Day is next Friday, February 14th. Chinese Honors Society will be selling candy grams for $1 this week on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday during all lunch periods. Surprise your friends with a message!

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Attention MV students- if you want to help plan 2020 prom, please attend the first Prom planning meeting on Feb 7th in room N117 at 7 am!

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Mental Health Matters Club works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  We will meet next on Tuesday, February 4 in H106 at 2:30pm.  All are welcome!

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Tonight is Special Olympics Pack the Stands! Come watch our Special Olympics Athletes and Unified Partners take on the staff tonight in the main gym at 6:00pm! See you then!

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If you are interested in boys tennis,, there is an informational meeting in F215 @ 2:45 on Thursday 2/6

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This Thursday, our Girls Varsity Basketball is celebrating Senior Night vs Dekalb High School. This night is also Athletico Night in which we will choose individuals from the crowd to compete in a halftime challenge. The winner of this challenge will get a Chicago Bulls Jersey signed by Coby White.

Come out and support your peers and enter the free raffle. Hope to see you then.

February 3, 2020

Congratulations to Varsity Cheerleaders, as they qualified for state for the

seventh time! Wish them luck as they head to Bloomington to compete at the state competition on Friday, February 7th.

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Tickets are on sale this week during all lunch periods for the Orchesis Annual Dance Showcase "Illuminate." Students are $5.00. Come see an amazing show

of all dance styles!

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Attention MV students- if you want to help plan 2020 prom, please attend the first Prom planning meeting on Feb 7th in room N117 at 7 am!

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Mental Health Matters Club works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  We will meet next on Tuesday, February 4 in H106 at 2:30pm.  All are

welcome!

January 31, 2020

Congratulations to Vama Naik!  She is our Poetry Out Loud winner this year

and will go the Chicago Regional competition at the Poetry Foundation on

February 18th.  Congratulations to all our competitors--you all did a great job.

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Attention MV students- if you want to help plan 2020 prom, please attend the first Prom planning meeting on Feb 7th in room N117 at 7 am

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Mental Health Matters Club works to reduce stigma and bring about

awareness.  We will meet next on Tuesday, February 4 in H106 at 2:30pm.

 All are welcome!

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Lost and found will be located in the Commons during all lunch periods

today . Please claim or all will be donated.

For lost Key, phones, & airpods they will be in the main office check

in after school.

January 30, 2020

Attention MV students- if you want to help plan 2020 prom, please attend the first Prom planning meeting on Feb 7th in room N117 at 7 am!

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GEMS - Girls in Engineering, Mathematics, and Science Meeting Today at 2:30 in the FOODS Room  A 139.  Chemistry & COOKIES!  Come join us.  

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Lost and found will be located in the Commons during all lunch periods today & Friday. Please claim or all will be donated. For lost Key, phones, & airpods they will be in the main office check in after school.

January 29, 2020

Congratulations to the following students on their selection as

All-State Musicians.

Akhil Avasarala, Emma Carlson, Dylan Catapat, Preetish Chakraborty, Noor Daraiseh, Haley Hsu, Kavishka Fernando, Elizabeth Huang, Elise Kim, Poorna Kumar, Sean Lu, Cara Neidenbach & Enzo Nigro

These students will leave today after school for Peoria where they will rehearse and perform with selected musicians throughout the state

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Attention MV students- if you want to help plan 2020 prom, please attend the first Prom planning meeting on Feb 7th in room N117 at 7 am

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GEMS - Girls in Engineering, Mathematics, and Science Meeting Thursday 2:30 FOODS Room  A 143.  Chemistry & COOKIES!  Come join us

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We had a great start with Variety Show auditions on Monday, but we still want to see YOU! Come to the AUDITORIUM after school on Wednesday, January 29 to show us your idea or performance!

January 28, 2020

"Guide Right will meet today during each lunch period in Room A133"

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Girls Badminton Intramurals is after school today, The time is 3:30-4:30 in

the aux gym.

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Homework club will be canceled for today. We'll be back in F214 at 2:30

 next week.

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Literature Magazine tomorrow after school in H102!  All members and new members please be there!

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Mental Health Matters Club works to reduce stigma and bring about

awareness.  We will meet next on Tuesday, February 4 in H106 at 2:30pm (instead of 1/28).  All are welcome

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We had a great start with Variety Show auditions on Monday, but we still want to see YOU! Come to the AUDITORIUM after school on Wednesday, January 29 to show us your idea or performance

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Congratulations to Senior, Alicia Anton of the bowling team. Yesterday, Alicia threw her new high game of a 298. This is 2 pins shy of a perfect game and was 11 strikes in a row. She also threw a new high of a 731 series. Way to go, Alicia!!

January 27, 2020

Poetry Out Loud will meet in H203 right after school today instead of tomorrow.  Please be sure to attend as this is the last practice before competition on

Thursday!!

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Tech Crew for Titanic the musical begins on Tuesday, Jan 28 from 2:30-4pm.  

All students are welcome to build the ship!

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Mental Health Matters works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  

We meet Tuesday 1/28 in H106 after school.  All are welcome

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Literature Magazine tomorrow after school in H102!  All members and new members please be there!

January 24, 2020

Today is the Lunchroom challenge for Mustangs Matter week. Which lunch period can keep their lunchroom the cleanest? Do your part and respect the facilities we have at Metea.

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Tech Crew for Titanic the musical begins on Tuesday, Jan 28 from 2:30-4pm.  

All students are welcome to build the ship!

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"Muslim Student Association will be meeting today in H105. All students are invited to attend."!

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Mental Health Matters works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  

We meet Tuesday 1/28 in H106 after school.  All are welcome!

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A quick Athletic Update:

Special thanks goes out to our seniors gymnast’s who have dedicated so much time these past 4 years to the gymnastics program. Senior night was a great night & you performed so well.

Also, a HUGE CONGRATULATIONS goes out to Coach Mansmith & her

bowling team for bringing home the DVC Championship hardware lastnight. Another sports program that does it the right way: hard work, dedication &

an encouraging environment. Don’t settle for that accomplishment

January 23, 2020

Bring some variety to the 2020 Variety Show! Whether you want to be an MC, sing with your favorite teacher, recite an original piece, or perform a mime with your English class, we hope to see your face onstage. Sign up to audition at tinyurl.com/mvvariety2020.

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Today for Mustangs Matter week be on the look out for positive post it notes.

Remember that tomorrow is Metea Wear. Show your school spirit and wear your black and gold. And remember that tomorrow's challenge is the Lunchroom challenge. Which lunch period can keep their lunchroom the cleanest?

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Poetry Out Loud practice today right after school in H203.

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If you like Anime, come to Anime club today after school in d106!

January 22, 2020

Bring some variety to the 2020 Variety Show! Whether you want to be an MC, sing with your favorite teacher, recite an original piece, or perform a mime with your English class, we hope to see your face onstage. Sign up to audition at tinyurl.com/mvvariety2020.

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Today for Mustangs Matter week is the Charmin Challenge. Which house bathroom can be kept the cleanest? Which location will win the extra soft tissue paper? Do your part ...and respect the facilities we have at Metea.

Remember that tomorrow is PJ Day. Come relaxed and ready to learn. And be on the lookout for Positive Post-It notes throughout the day.

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Once again, Floyd the therapy dog will be at Metea during 6th and 7th period lunch! Visit the LMC collaboration center today to get your fill of snuggles! Open to all!

January 21, 2020

It is not too late to get your Topgolf Spirit Night tickets for this Sunday’s event. Not only will you have a great time with friends and family golfing there will be raffle prizes and a silent auction. Tickets are only $20, so come out and have a great time!

"All students who purchase Topgolf tickets in the Commons during their lunch period today and tomorrow will receive 5 free raffle tickets! Some of the raffle prizes are on display at the ticket window."

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Bring some variety to the 2020 Variety Show! Whether you want to be an MC, sing with your favorite teacher, recite an original piece, or perform a mime with your English class, we hope to see your face onstage. Sign up to audition at tinyurl.com/mvvariety2020.

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Today is kick off for Mustangs matter week, there are 4 mustangs that want to meet as many students as possible today. If you meet Spirit, Victory, Merit, or Honor today be sure to take a picture with them and upload it, then pass them along to someone you don’t know.  

Don’t forget that tomorrow is white out day, dress in all white..& remember that tomorrows challenge is to keep the house bathrooms extra clean for Charmin Challenge.  

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Guide Right will meet today during each lunch peirod in Room A133

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History was made this past weekend as your Mustang Speech Team took TWO varsity-level tournament titles for th first time since the schools’ opening!! WInning both the 19-team Glenwood Invitational & the 12-team St. Charles Eas Invitational, the Mustangs were led by Shikara Patel (Dramatic Interp), Arnav Jaiswal (Humorous Interp) , and Zara Saleem (SOS) at St. harles while John White & Danielle Buendicho (Dramatic Duet), Sara Jordan & Ayden Reed (Humorous Duet) NIcholas Walker (Dramatic Interp), & Aryanna Amin (Poetry) let the charge at Glenwood. Aryanna also became the first speech competitor to earn SEVEN STRAIGHT 1s for her poetry program. The mustangs next head to Downers Grove South on Friday & Saturday with momentum & confidence.  “Good Luck”

January 17, 2020

Bring some variety to the 2020 Variety Show! Whether you want to be an MC, sing with your favorite teacher, recite an original piece, or perform a mime

with your English class, we hope to see your face onstage.

Sign up to audition at tinyurl.com/mvvariety2020.

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Are you looking to get some fun work experience?  Will you need a letter of

recommendation  one day for colleges or scholarships? Do you like sports?

 If the answer is yes to any of these, then why not become a Student Manager for the Track & Field team.  Anyone interested in being a manager should

contact Coach Lewis or stop by G220 for more info.

January 15, 2020

Back by popular demand... In collaboration with Mental Health Matters, the

Naperville Humane Society will have a dog team available to snuggle in the LMC Collaboration Center today during 6th and 7th periods. We are working to bring dog teams to every Wednesday lunch period during second semester. Stay tuned! Be sure to sign permission slip using QR code posted.  Times will vary, week to week.

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The American Sign Language Club will be meeting at Panera Bread on Route 59

and 75th Street.  The Signing Meal will be after school this Thursday.  All students

can participate.  Eat good food and make new friends, while learning and using

sign language.

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The JSA club in collaboration with He & She club will be discussing "Period Poverty" The discussion will take place this Thursday at 6:50am in room N117 - see you then!

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Are you looking to get some fun work experience?  Will you need a letter of

recommendation  one day for colleges or scholarships? Do you like sports?  If the answer is yes to any of these, then why not become a Student Manager for the

Track & Field team.  Anyone interested in being a manager should contact Coach Lewis or stop by G220 for more info.

January 14, 2020

Wanna do Track & Field this year?  Then you must register for the season which begins on Tuesday, January 21; Yes, that's right we begin in January!  Have your

parents register you by going onto the MVHS 8 to 18 website and clicking on "

Registration".  You also must have a current sports physical in order to participate.

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SCHOOL SPIRIT TASTES GREAT! Make dinner a selfless act by joining the

Mustang Speech Team for a fundraiser to support our Nerds With Words! Come in to the Chipotle at 1167 N Eola Rd in Aurora on Wednesday, January 15th between

5:00pm and 9:00pm. Bring in a flyer, show one on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 33% of the proceeds will be donated to Metea Valley Speech Team. Hope to see you there!

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Are you looking to get some fun work experience?  Will you need a letter of

recommendation  one day for colleges or scholarships? Do you like sports?  If the answer is yes to any of these, then why not become a Student Manager for the

Track & Field team.  Anyone interested in being a manager should contact Coach Lewis or stop by G220 for more info.

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The JSA club in collaboration with He & She club will be discussing "Period Poverty" The discussion will take place this Thursday at 6:50am in room N117 - see you then!

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Would you like to learn more about New Year's traditions in France? Join us for French Club Tuesday, January 14th after school. We will have treats and will be

discussing different New Year's traditions.

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Literature Magazine will be having a meeting today in Room H102 after school.  You are welcome to attend, even if you were not part of the club first semester!

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Mental Health Matters will have it's first meeting of 2020 on Tuesday, January 14 in H106 @ 2:30pm.  We have some exacting events to plan!  ALL are welcome!  See Mrs. Wange in the College and Career Center or Señora Bane in H106 if you have any

questions!

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MHM is excited to announce our Therapy dogs will be returning starting tomorrow, Wednesday, January 15th!  Come to the collaboration room during your lunch period and be sure to sign permission slip using QR code posted.  Times will vary, week to week.

Guide Right will be meeting during lunch periods in A133

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National Art Honor Society will meet after school on Tues. 1/14 in f104

January 13, 2020

Would you like to learn more about New Year's traditions in France? Join us for French Club Tuesday, January 14th after school. We will have treats and will be discussing different New Year's traditions.

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Poetry Out Loud!  Poem selections are due this Thursday!  Come to H203 after school tomorrow to practice!  See Mrs. aigner or Ms. Porada with questions

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The JSA club in collaboration with He & She club will be discussing "Period Poverty" The discussion will take place this Thursday at 6:50am in room N117 - see you then!

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Are you looking to get some fun work experience?  Will you need a letter of recommendation  one day for colleges or scholarships? Do you like sports?  If the answer is yes to any of these, then why not become a Student Manager for the Track & Field team.  Anyone

interested in being a manager should contact Coach Lewis or stop

by G220 for more info.

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SCHOOL SPIRIT TASTES GREAT! Make dinner a selfless act by joining the Mustang Speech Team for a fundraiser to support our Nerds With Words! Come in to the Chipotle at 1167 N Eola Rd in Aurora on Wednesday, January 15th between 5:00pm and 9:00pm. Bring in a flyer, show one on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 33% of the proceeds will be donated to Metea Valley Speech Team. Hope to see you there!

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Wanna do Track & Field this year?  Then you must register for the season which begins on Tuesday,

January 21; Yes, that's right we begin in January!  Have your parents register you by going onto the MVHS 8 to 18 website and clicking on "Registration".  You also must have a current sports physical in order to participate.

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Mental Health Matters will have it's first meeting of 2020 on Tuesday, January 14 in H106 @ 2:30pm.

 We have some exacting events to plan!  ALL are welcome!  See Mrs. Wange in the College and Career Center or Señora Bane in H106 if you have any questions!

January 10, 2020

Please note, next Friday, January 17th is a FULL day of school.  There is an error in the student handbook regarding a ½ day.  We do have a regular FULL day of school on January 17th.

There is no school on Monday, January 20th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. We highly encourage our students to take part in community service on that day.

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If you can’t physically make the basketball game tonight against Neuqua Valley, but don’t want to miss it,

The Mane will be live streaming the game and half-time performances.  Check out their first broadcast on

 their YouTube channel at MVHSMane to tune in!

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The Dance Team is hosting their annual Kick for a Cause event on Friday January 10th at the Boys Varsity Basketball game at 7pm. T-shirts will be sold during lunch periods on Wednesday and Friday this week. Come out Friday night to support Ronald McDonald House Charities and to BEAT Neuqua!

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Wanna do Track & Field this year?  Then you must register for the season which begins on Tuesday, January 21; Yes, that's right we begin in January!  Have your parents register you by going onto the MVHS 8 to 18 website and clicking on "Registration".  You also must have a current sports physical in order to participate.

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Mental Health Matters will have it's first meeting of 2020 on Tuesday, January 14 in H106 @ 2:30pm.  We have some exacting events to plan!  ALL are welcome!  See Mrs. Wange in the College and Career Center or Señora Bane in H106 if you have any questions!

January 09, 2020

Wanna do Track & Field this year?  Then you must register for the season which begins on Tuesday, January 21; Yes, that's right we begin in January!  Have your parents register you by going onto the MVHS 8 to 18 website and clicking on "Registration".  You also must have a current sports physical in order to participate.

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Congratulations to JR athlete, MEREDITH OLEF, on setting a new school record in bowling on Tuesday against NAPERVILLE NORTH. Meredith rolled a 266, a 280, and a 262 for a high series of 810. This is one of the biggest honors a bowler can earn in the sport and is

incredibly hard to do. Please congratulate Meredith on a job well done. Check out the bollow team today as the roll against NEUQUA VALLEY and attempt to remain undefeated this season in match play.

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Reminder to All Gamers! Don't forget that our next Gamer's Club meeting will be today after school. We hope to see you there!

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The Dance Team is hosting their annual Kick for a Cause event on Friday January 10th at the Boys Varsity Basketball game at 7pm. T-shirts will be sold during lunch periods on Wednesday and Friday this week. Come out Friday night to support Ronald McDonald House Charities and to BEAT Neuqua!

January 08, 2020

Attention All Gamers! Don't forget that our next Gamer's Club

meeting will be tomorrow after school. We hope to see you there!

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Start the semester off right with a CHIPOTLE MEAL and Supporting the bowling team. On Wednesday from 4-8, mention Metea Bowling and show them the fundraising flyer, and a portion of your meal cost will go to the bowling team. We will use these funds as we prepare for our teacher appreciation night and for our STATE run in February.

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The Dance Team is hosting their annual Kick for a Cause event on Friday January 10th at the Boys Varsity Basketball game at 7pm. T-shirts will be sold during lunch periods on Wednesday and Friday this week. Come out Friday night to support Ronald McDonald House Charities and to BEAT Neuqua!

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Metea Mic'd and others interested in Poetry Out Loud should come

to H203 for an after school meeting on Thursday!  Competition is fast-approaching! See Mrs. Aigner or Ms. Porada for more

information.

January 07, 2020

Start the semester off right with a CHIPOTLE MEAL and Supporting the bowling team. On Wednesday from 4-8, mention Metea Bowling and show them the fundraising flyer, and a portion of your meal cost will go to the bowling team. We will use these funds as we prepare for our teacher appreciation night and for our STATE run in February.

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The Dance Team is hosting their annual Kick for a Cause event on Friday January 10th at the Boys Varsity Basketball game at 7pm. T-shirts will be sold during lunch periods on Wednesday and Friday this week. Come out Friday night to support Ronald McDonald House Charities and to BEAT Neuqua!

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Metea Mic'd and others interested in Poetry Out Loud should come

to H203 for an after school meeting on Thursday!  Competition is fast-approaching! See Mrs. Aigner or Ms. Porada for more

information.

December 20, 2019

Wishing everyone a safe and wonderful Holiday(s).

GO, GO MUSTANGS

December 19, 2019

Lost & founds items are located  in the commons. What’s not claimed will be donated.

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The weight room and cardio room will be closed during exams.  

Contact Dr. Woolwine if you are looking for a workout plan for over break.

December 18, 2019

Finals start today, good luck students and as always Go, Go Mustangs!

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Lost & founds items are located  in the commons.

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The weight room and cardio room will be closed during exams.  

Contact Dr. Woolwine if you are looking for a workout plan for over break.

December 17, 2019

Congratulations to Mr. Simon on being awarded the December PTSA Tireless Teachers! Mr. Simon, we appreciate all you do for Metea Valley!

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Lost & founds items are located  in the commons all lunch periods

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The weight room and cardio room will be closed during exams.  Contact Dr. Woolwine if you are looking for a workout plan for over break.

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Would you like to relax and have fun before final exams? Join us at French Club on Tuesday, December 17th after school for treats, French trivia, and fun. All are welcome to join us- no French experience required!

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The 2020 MVHS Student and Staff Variety Show will take the stage in March, and we hope to see YOU in it! Look out for audition information after Christmas break!

December 16, 2019

There will be a brief informational meeting about Spring Musical auditions

for "TITANIC, the musical" on Monday, December 16 in the choir room at 2:30pm.

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The 2020 MVHS Student and Staff Variety Show will take the stage in March, and we hope to see YOU in it! Look out for audition information after

Christmas break!

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Would you like to relax and have fun before final exams? Join us at French

Club on Tuesday, December 17th after school for treats, French trivia, and

fun. All are welcome to join us- no French experience required!

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Are you interested in joining the Girls Track & Field Team this year? Come out to the Pre-Season Meeting on Monday, December 16th in the Small Forum Room, F216 at 2:40pm. All are welcome, no experience necessary. Contact Coach Schneider for additional questions.

December 13, 2019

Congratulations Math Team finishing 1st Place at the Batavia Invitational

 meet yesterday. This completes a cycle of 4 years of top finishes at this

tournament led by our seniors.  A great launch to a great season

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MHM is sponsoring stress busters & pet therapy in the LMC collaboration room during lunches Monday, Wednesday & Friday December 9th, 11th &

13th!  Look for posters & ad to find QR code to sign up.  Must have

permission form filled out to hang out with therapy dogs!

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Key Club Members interested in volunteering for GIFT MART on Saturday,

Dec 14 at Fischer Middle School can sign up on our website.  If you sign up,

you need to stay for the entire 7am-1pm shift.

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There will be a brief informational meeting about Spring Musical auditions

for "TITANIC, the musical" on Monday, December 16 in the choir room at 2:30pm.

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The 2020 MVHS Student and Staff Variety Show will take the stage in March, and we hope to see YOU in it! Look out for audition information after

Christmas break!

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Would you like to relax and have fun before final exams? Join us at French

Club on Tuesday, December 17th after school for treats, French trivia, and

fun. All are welcome to join us- no French experience required!

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Forum Room, F216 at 2:40pm. All are welcome, no experience necessary.

Contact Coach Schneider for additional questions.

December 12, 2019

Congratulations Math Team finishing 1st Place at the Batavia Invitational meet yesterday. This completes a cycle of 4 years of top finishes at this tournament led by our seniors.  A great launch to a great season.

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Are you interested in joining the Girls Track & Field Team this year? Come out to the Pre-Season Meeting on Monday, December 16th in the Small Forum Room, F216 at 2:40pm. All are welcome, no experience necessary. Contact Coach Schneider for additional questions.

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Today is the last Fresh Connect day. Freshman students, FC leaders and

teachers supervisors, please, be on time at your classes

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Key Club Members interested in volunteering for GIFT MART on Saturday,

Dec 14 at Fischer Middle School can sign up on our website.  If you sign up,

you need to stay for the entire 7am-1pm shift.

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MHM is sponsoring stress busters & pet therapy in the LMC collaboration room during lunches Monday, Wednesday & Friday December 9th, 11th & 13th!  Look for posters & ad to find QR code to sign up.  Must have permission form filled out to hang out with therapy dogs!

December 11, 2019

Key Club Members interested in volunteering for GIFT MART on Saturday, Dec 14 at Fischer Middle School can sign up on our website.  If you sign up, you need to stay for the entire 7am-1pm shift.

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Are you interested in planning a Mustang Matters week? Join the Student Voice committee during your lunch period today in F215. All students are welcome to attend and snacks are provided. Note that some students who received invitations had the incorrect date printed. Just to clarify, the meeting is today, Wednesday December 11th during each lunch period.

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MHM is sponsoring stress busters & pet therapy in the LMC collaboration room during lunches Monday, Wednesday & Friday December 9th, 11th & 13th!  Look for posters & ad to find QR code to sign up.  Must have permission form filled out to hang out with therapy dogs!

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Are you interested in joining the Girls Track & Field Team this year? Come out to the Pre-Season Meeting on Monday, December 16th in the Small Forum Room, F216 at 2:40pm. All are welcome, no experience necessary. Contact Coach Schneider for additional questions.

December 09, 2019

MHM works to reduce stigma & bring about awareness!  We have a meeting Tuesday, December 10th at 2:30 in H106.  All are welcome

PLUS....

MHM is sponsoring stress busters & pet therapy in the LMC collaboration room during lunches Monday, Wednesday & Friday December 9th, 11th & 13th!  Look for posters & ad to find QR code to sign up.  Must have permission form filled out to hang out with therapy dogs!

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Performance Poetry Students: We have a meeting Tuesday, December 10th after school in H203. We will be getting starting with our Poetry Out Loud Competition. Bring an interested friend, and we'll see you there!

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Calling all Men interested in joining the 2019 IHSA Sectional Champion Men's Track & Field team, we will have a mandatory informational meeting today, December 9th at 2:30pm in the Large Forum Room.  See Coach Lewis for more information and don't forget that pre-season conditioning is still happening on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school.Tuesday, December 10th at 2:30 in H106.  All are welcome

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December 06, 2019

MHM is sponsoring stress busters & pet therapy in the LMC collaboration room during lunches Monday, Wednesday & Friday December 9th, 11th & 13th!  Look for posters & ad to find QR code to sign up.  Must have permission form filled out to hang out with therapy dogs!

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Calling all Men interested in joining the 2019 IHSA Sectional Champion Men's Track & Field team, we will have a mandatory informational meeting on Monday, December 9th at 2:30pm in the Large Forum Room. See Coach Lewis for more information and don't forget that pre-season conditioning is still happening on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school.

December 05, 2019

Freshman students, there is not Fresh Connect today. The last Fresh Connect Day will be December the 12th.

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MHM is sponsoring stress busters & pet therapy in the LMC collaboration room during lunches Monday, Wednesday & Friday December 9th, 11th & 13th!  Look for posters & ad to find QR code to sign up.  Must have permission form filled out to hang out with therapy dogs!

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Calling all Men interested in joining the 2019 IHSA Sectional Champion Men's Track & Field team, we will have a mandatory informational meeting on Monday, December 9th at 2:30pm in the Large Forum Room. See Coach Lewis for more information and don't forget that pre-season conditioning is still happening on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school.

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The American Sign Language Club will be meeting after school Today, in H103.  All students are welcome to attend ASL Club meetings.  Hope to see you there.

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Any students planning on trying out for baseball in March-there will be a meeting on Friday December 6 at 6:45 AM in the Large Group Forum Room (F215) to go over Open Gym and Lifting Schedule for January and February.  This is only for students who are not participating in a winter sport.  See Coach Colombe with questions.

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Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9.

December 04, 2019

Any students planning on trying out for baseball in March-there will be a meeting on Friday Dec 6 at 6:45am in the large group forum room (F215) to go over open gym and lifting schedules for january & February. This is only for students who are not participating in a winter sport. See Coach Colombe with questions

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Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9.

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The American Sign Language Club will be meeting after school on Thursday, in H103.  All students are welcome to attend ASL Club meetings.  Hope to see you there.

December 03, 2019

Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9.

December 02, 2019

Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9.

November 22, 2019

Muslim Student Association will be meeting today in room H105. Students of all faiths are welcome to attend.

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Want Mustang30 to continue, or have suggestions for second semester?  There is a survey on Metea Media.  Your feedback MATTERS, so take some time and fill out the Mustang30 survey on Metea Media before the end of the day on Friday, Nov. 22nd.  

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Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9.

November 20, 2019

Want Mustang30 to continue, or have suggestions for second semester?  There is a survey on Metea Media.  Your feedback MATTERS, so take some time and fill out the Mustang30 survey on Metea Media before the end of the day on Friday, Nov. 22nd.  

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Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9.  

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Join National English Honor Society for our Thankful Thursday event, tomorrow during all lunch periods. Decorate a leaf to add to our "Gratitude Tree" to celebrate people and things we are thankful for!

November 19, 2019

Want Mustang30 to continue, or have suggestions for second semester?  There is a survey on Metea Media.  Your feedback MATTERS, so take some time and fill out the Mustang30 survey on Metea Media before the end of the day on Friday, Nov. 22nd.  

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Mental Health Matters works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  We will meet Today, November 19th at 2:30 in H106.  All are welcome!

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Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9.

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Guide Right today! During each lunch period in Room A133.

November 18, 2019

Want Mustang30 to continue, or have suggestions for second semester?  There is a survey on Metea Media.  Your feedback MATTERS, so take some time and fill out the Mustang30 survey on Metea Media before the end of the day on Friday, Nov. 22nd.  

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Mental Health Matters works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  

We will meet Tuesday, November 19th at 2:30 in H106.  All are welcome!

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Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9

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Congratulations to the girls Swiming and Diving team for another successful sectional meet this weekend. The following individuals are moving on to the state meet this weekend: Kellie Willhite, Aimee Patterson, McKenna Stone, Laurel Bludgen, Lucy Siwicki and Melanie Patterson. The Mustangs will be competing in five individual events and three team relays. Good luck ladies!

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Have you seen the new Harriet Tubman movie? Come to today's I AM...WHO I AM meeting for details about this life-saving heroine and the group outing to see the feature film that tells her story. The next I AM meeting is TODAY at 2:35 PM in G130. Text the words ”I AM CAM” to 81010, that's I-A-M-C-A-M to 81010 to join our email list and receive information about the meeting and the I AM campaign! We'll see you today in G130, at 2:35 PM!

November 15, 2019

Mental Health Matters works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  

 We will meet Tuesday, November 19th at 2:30 in H106.  All are welcome!

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Key Club members interested in making blankets for Project Linus, today, Nov 15 The service event will be in Room G128/Mrs. Hoffert's room after school from 2:30-4:00pm.

PLUS

Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9.

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Congratulations to Junior, Megha Saravanan!  DePaul University's English Department searched for the best writing from Literary Magazines across Illinois! Megha's poem was chosen and will be featured in  DePaul’s Blue Book: Best of Illinois High School Writing 2018-2019!  Way to go!

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StuGo will be hosting a Winter Chill informal dance on January 25, from 7 to 10 pm. Presale tickets are only $10 and can be bought on pushcoin.com. Search for “Metea Winter Chill Dance” in the webstore on pushcoin. Our goal is 750 pre-sold tickets before Thanksgiving. Ticket prices will be raised to $20 after December 2, so get them now. All grade levels are welcome.

November 14, 2019

Photography Club meets today in H122 at 2:30. Please make sure you've

submitted photos for this months theme. Can't wait to see you and your

photos

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StuGo will be hosting a Winter Chill informal dance on January 25, from 7 to 10 pm. Presale tickets are only $10 and can be bought on pushcoin.com. Search for “Metea Winter Chill Dance” in the webstore on pushcoin. Our goal is 750 pre-sold tickets before Thanksgiving. Ticket prices will be raised to $20 after December 2, so get them now. All grade levels are welcome.

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Congratulations to Junior, Megha Saravanan!  DePaul University's English Department searched for the best writing from Literary Magazines across Illinois! Megha's poem was chosen and will be featured in  DePaul’s Blue Book: Best of Illinois High School Writing 2018-2019!  Way to go!

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Key Club is sponsoring GIFT MART, a toy donation drive for children in

District 204.  Please consider donating a toy in the $18-$20 range from the

toy lists located at the class houses.  The gifts need to be UNWRAPPED  

and you can drop them off at the class houses or main office.  Please no

stuffed animals.  The drive runs from now until Dec 9.  

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Key Club members interested in making blankets for Project Linus, this Friday, Nov 15 can sign up on the club website.  The service event will be in Room G128/Mrs. Hoffert's room after school from 2:30-4:00pm.

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Mental Health Matters works to reduce stigma and bring about awareness.  

We will meet Tuesday, November 19th at 2:30 in H106.  All are welcome!

November 13, 2019

Winter season is almost here and so is Winter Speed, Strength, and Endurance training.  If you want to get faster, stronger, and more athletic then join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning November 14th after school at 2:45.  Meet by the pool entrance of the school.  Contact Coach Lewis or Coach Zika for more information.

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Photography Club will meet tomorrow in H122 at 2:30, see  you then!

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Eat Chipotle, support the Math Team! This years math team would love to see you the Chipotle on Deihl Road tonight between 4-8, mention Mustang Math while ordering your favorite burrito or bowl. Thanks for you support.

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Are you an experienced actor?  Or, have you always wanted to try acting but don't know how to start?  In either case, Winter Scenes are the place for you!  The Winter Scenes are student directed short one-act plays where actors get the opportunity to work with a small group of amazing peers and perform in an intimate setting.  No previous experience needed.  No singing, unless you want to.  Nothing to memorize for the audition.  Just come down to the Blackbox Theater after school on today for your date with destiny.  Auditions start at 3:00 pm.  See you there!

November 12, 2019

Guide Right today! During each lunch period in Room A133.

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Students participating in the People Tree Performance Narrative Workshop should go to the Large Forum Room at the start of 5th period today.  Be sure to bring your writing with you!

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Eat Chipotle, support the Math Team! This years math team would love to see you the Chipotle on Deihl Road Wed night between 4-8, mention Mustang Math while ordering your favorite burrito or bowl. See you there Wednesday Night and thanks for you support.

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Are you an experienced actor?  Or, have you always wanted to try acting but don't know how to start?  In either case, Winter Scenes are the place for you!  The Winter Scenes are student directed short one-act plays where actors get the opportunity to work with a small group of amazing peers and perform in an intimate setting.  No previous experience needed.  No singing, unless you want to.  Nothing to memorize for the audition.  Just come down to the Blackbox Theater after school on November 13th for your date with destiny.  Auditions start at 3:00 pm.  See you there!

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Fellow mustangs, we wanted to remind you that the LMC is closed 1st-4th today because of the Government committee day field trip. Government students, please report to the LMC right away 2nd period if you are not in the LMC already.

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LITERATURE MAGAZINE HAS A MANDATORY MEETING TOMORROW AT 2:35 in ROOM H102!  PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND

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Do you like cheese?! So de we! Join us for French Club  after school on TUESDAY November 12th in H104 for a French cheese tasting! We will be sampling traditional French cheeses and voting on the ones we like the best. All are welcome to join, no French experience required.

November 11, 2019

Happy Veterans Day

Do you like cheese?! So de we! Join us for French Club  after school on TUESDAY November 12th in H104 for a French cheese tasting! We will be sampling traditional French cheeses and voting on the ones we like the best. All are welcome to join, no French experience required.

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GEMS Girls in Engineering Mathematics & Science Club is looking for additional members. Come to our next meeting Tuesday Nov 12 2:45-3:45 Room G228. Our topic will be BIOLOGY and making  edible DNA project. See Mrs. Stokes with questions

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Photography Club will meet this Thursday in H122 at 2:30. We will be sharing photos and discussing our next trip. See you there!

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November 07, 2019

The American Sign Language Club will be meeting after school today in H103.  All students who are interested in learning ASL are welcome to join the club.  Hope to see you there.

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Attention all Gamers meeting today after school in room F216. Don't forget to bring games to share and all are welcome

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Take an insane trip through the mind of a playwright whose imagination gets the better of him when Metea Valley Theater presents "Figments" by Billy St. John. This comedy will play in the Auditorium stage at 7:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, November 7, 8 and 9. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for

students and seniors. Tickets are on sale online and will be sold in the

cafeteria November 4th through the 8th. See you then!

November 06, 2019

The American Sign Language Club will be meeting after school on Thursday in H103.  All students who are interested in learning ASL are welcome to join the club.  Hope to see you there.

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Attention all Gamers. Our next gamer's club meeting will be tomorrow after school in room F216. Don't forget to bring games to share and all are welcome

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On November 6th at 2:30 pm in the large forum, come and be apart of Save the Children Action Network in their discussion with Congressman Bill Foster, our representative, where they will be advocating to ensure that ALL children are in the proper environment and have the needed resources to prosper. They will be having food for everyone who comes. Bring a friend and join them in the discussion on November 6th at 2:30 pm in the large forum room to support this cause. Contact Mr.McNicholas with any questions

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Take an insane trip through the mind of a playwright whose imagination gets the better of him when Metea Valley Theater presents "Figments" by Billy St. John. This comedy will play in the Auditorium stage at 7:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, November 7, 8 and 9. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for

students and seniors. Tickets are on sale online and will be sold in the

cafeteria November 4th through the 8th. See you then!

November 05, 2019

Attention all Animal Lovers! Don't forget that our next Animal Rehab and Rescue meeting is today after school in room H223. We will discuss our next volunteering event: making dog treats! We hope to see you there.

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On November 6th at 2:30 pm in the large forum, come and be apart of Save the Children Action Network in their discussion with Congressman Bill Foster, our representative, where they will be advocating to ensure that ALL children are in the proper environment and have the needed resources to prosper. They will be having food for everyone who comes. Bring a friend and join them in the discussion on November 6th at 2:30 pm in the large forum room to support this cause. Contact Mr.McNicholas with any questions.

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National Art Honor Society will meet in F104 on Tuesday, Nov. 5th from 2:30-3:30.

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If you are interested in, or received an invitation to the People Tree Narrative Performance Workshop, remember to come to the pre-field trip writing workshop on Tuesday 11/5 right after school in H203!  We will be preparing our writing for the workshop on 11/12.  See Mrs. Aigner or Mrs. Porada for more details or if you have questions.

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Mental Health Matters Club works to reduce stigma and bring about

awareness!  We will meet in H106 on Tuesday, November 5th.  All are welcome!

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Take an insane trip through the mind of a playwright whose imagination gets the better of him when Metea Valley Theater presents "Figments" by Billy St. John.  This comedy will play in the Auditorium stage at 7:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, November 7, 8 and 9. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for

students and seniors. Tickets are on sale online and will be sold in the

cafeteria November 4th through the 8th. See you then!

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Biology Olympiad will have an informational meeting on Tuesday, November 5th in G128 at 2:35pm. Please contact Mrs. Wyss for more information.

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"Guide Right will meet today during each lunch period in Room B109 in the main office."

November 04, 2019

Mental Health awareness!  We will meet in H106 on Tuesday, November 5th.  All are welcome!

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Take an insane trip through the mind of a playwright whose imagination gets the better of him when Metea Valley Theater presents "Figments" by Billy St. John. This comedy will play in the Auditorium stage at 7:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, November 7, 8 and 9. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for

students and seniors. Tickets are on sale online and will be sold in the

cafeteria November 4th through the 8th. See you then!

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Do you LOVE music? What kind of music do you listen to? Who are some of your favorite artists and bands? Come to the next I AM...WHO I AM meeting and be prepared to share the music you love and discuss why that music

makes you who you are. The next I AM meeting takes place on Monday,

November 11 at 2:35 PM in F212. Snacks will be provided. Text the words

”I AM CAM” to 81010, that's I-A-M-C-A-M to 81010 to join our email list and receive information about the meeting and the I AM campaign!

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Biology Olympiad will have an informational meeting on Tuesday,

November 5th in G128 at 2:35pm. Please contact Mrs. Wyss for more

information.

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Attention all wrestlers:

There will be a mandatory Pre-Season Wrestling Meeting

on 11/4/19, 2:35 pm in room E128

Questions? See Coach Long (E128 or E120) or Coach Garbis (D122).

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If you are interested in, or received an invitation to the People Tree Narrative Performance Workshop, remember to come to the pre-field trip writing workshop on Tuesday 11/5 right after school in H203!  We will be preparing our writing for the workshop on 11/12.  See Mrs. Aigner or Mrs. Porada for more details or if you have questions.

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National Art Honor Society will meet in F104 on Tuesday, Nov. 5th from 2:30-3:30.

October 31, 2019

"Origami Club will be meeting this thursday in room A133 from 2:30-3:30 See Dr. Liu if you have any questions.

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Freshman Key Club Members who are interested in running for Freshman Director must get their Election slide to Mr. Lakowski by Friday Nov 1 at 5:00pm.

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Take an insane trip through the mind of a playwright whose imagination gets the better of him when Metea Valley Theater presents "Figments"

by Billy St. John.

This comedy will play in the Auditorium stage at 7:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, November 7, 8 and 9. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students

 and seniors. Tickets are on sale online and will be sold in the cafeteria

November 4th through the 8th. See you then!

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Do you LOVE music? What kind of music do you listen to? Who are some of your favorite artists and bands? Come to the next I AM...WHO I AM meeting and be prepared to share the music you love and discuss why that music makes you who you are. The next I AM meeting takes place on Monday, November 11 at 2:35 PM in F212. Snacks will be provided. Text the words ”I AM CAM” to 81010, that's I-A-M-C-A-M to 81010 to join our email list and receive information about the meeting and the I AM campaign!

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Biology Olympiad will have an informational meeting on Tuesday, November 5th in G128 at 2:35pm. Please contact Mrs. Wyss for more information

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Attention: Students Currently Enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses....

The regular registration for Spring 2020 AP test ends on Friday, November 1st at 11:59 PM.  AP Exam Registration is a two-part process this year.  

Registration must be completed online through both College Board and

Total Registration.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House or

Mr. Polavieja in Merit House, with any questions

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Attention all wrestlers:

There will be a mandatory Pre-Season Wrestling Meeting

on 11/4/19, 2:35 pm in room E128

Questions? See Coach Long (E128 or E120) or Coach Garbis (D122).

October 28, 2019

Attention all wrestlers:

There will be a mandatory Pre-Season Wrestling Meeting

on 11/4/19, 2:35 pm  in room E128

Questions? See Coach Long (E128 or E120) or Coach Garbis (D122).

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Attention: Students Currently Enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses....

The regular registration for Spring 2020 AP test ends on Friday, November 1st at 11:59 PM.  AP Exam Registration is a two-part process this year.  Registration must be completed online through both College Board and Total Registration.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House or Mr. Polavieja in Merit House, with any questions.

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Junior and Senior Art Students interested in applying for membership to the National Art Honor Society should pick up a packet from an art teacher or see Mrs. Popovich with questions.

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Boys Bowling starts on 10/29. All boys planning to participate should have their paperwork in to Coach  Mansmith ASAP. You also must be registered with a current physical. You will not be allowed to participate without these requirements. See Coach Mansmith in H101 with questions or concerns.

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Attention boys interested in playing basketball this year.  There will be a pre-season basketball meeting on Tuesday, October 29th at 6:50 am in the small forum room: F214.  Please plan on attending if you want to try out for boys basketball.  If you cannot make the meeting or have any questions, please see Mr. Davis in the Merit House.

October 25, 2019

Calling all students. Want your voice heard?  Well so do we. You are invited to the Student Voice Lunch Discussion during all lunch periods today. Today's topic is student rights and the Metea bathrooms, but we would love to hear what else is on your mind. Snacks are provided.

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"Muslim Student Association will be meeting after school in room H105. All students are invited to attend."

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Attention boys interested in playing basketball this year.  There will be a pre-season basketball meeting on Tuesday, October 29th at 6:50 am in the small forum room: F214.  Please plan on attending if you want to try out for boys basketball.  If you cannot make the meeting or have any questions, please see Mr. Davis in the Merit House.

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Boys Bowling starts on 10/29. All boys planning to participate should have their paperwork in to Coach  Mansmith ASAP. You also must be registered with a current physical. You will not be allowed to participate without these requirements. See Coach Mansmith in H101 with questions or concerns.

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Junior and Senior Art Students interested in applying for membership to the National Art Honor Society should pick up a packet from an art teacher or see Mrs. Popovich with questions.

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The MVHS JV and Varsity Dance Teams are hosting an Open Tryout for their competition season.

Clinics will be from 3:30-6pm on Monday October 28th in the Aux Gym and tryouts will follow from 7-9pm.

You may pick up a tryout packet in the athletic office and if you have any questions email Coach Johnson!

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Attention: Students Currently Enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses....

The regular registration for Spring 2020 AP test ends on Friday, November 1st at 11:59 PM.  AP Exam Registration is a two-part process this year.  Registration must be completed online through both College Board and Total Registration.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House or Mr. Polavieja in Merit House, with any questions.

October 24, 2019

There is not FRESH CONNECT today. The next Fresh Connect day will be

next week Thursday the 31st. Fresh Connect mentors, please, take the chance to report your group's  score to your assigned leader if you have not done so.

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Attention boys interested in playing basketball this year.  There will be a pre-season basketball meeting on Tuesday, October 29th at 6:50 am in the

small forum room: F214.  Please plan on attending if you want to try out for

boys basketball.  If you cannot make the meeting or have any questions,

please see Mr. Davis in the Merit House.

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Boys Bowling starts on 10/29. All boys planning to participate should have

their paperwork in to Coach  Mansmith ASAP. You also must be registered

with a current physical. You will not be allowed to participate without these requirements. See Coach Mansmith in H101 with questions or concerns.

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Any GIRLS interested in participating in BOWLING must attend a mandatory meeting today after school in H101. Information about the season and try-outs will be given, along with the forms needed to join. See Coach Mansmith for more information and questions. The season begins Nov 18th and all

paperwork and physicals must be completed in order to try out.

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Junior and Senior Art Students interested in applying for membership to the National Art Honor Society should pick up a packet from an art teacher or see Mrs. Popovich with questions

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Attention: Students Currently Enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses....

The regular registration for Spring 2020 AP test ends on Friday,

 November 1st at 11:59 PM.  AP Exam Registration is a two-part

process this year.  Registration must be completed online through both College Board and Total Registration.  Please see Mrs. Liska

in the Spirit House or Mr. Polavieja in Merit House, with any

questions.

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The MVHS JV and Varsity Dance Teams are hosting an Open Tryout for their competition season.

Clinics will be from 3:30-6pm on Monday October 28th in the Aux Gym and tryouts will follow from 7-9pm.

You may pick up a tryout packet in the athletic office and if you have any questions email Coach Johnson!

October 23, 2019

Attention: Students Currently Enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses....

The regular registration for Spring 2020 AP test ends on Friday, November 1st at 11:59 PM.  AP Exam Registration is a two-part process this year.  Registration must be completed online through both College Board and Total Registration.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House or Mr. Polavieja in Merit House, with any question

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Reminder: all students vending machines are shut off between

7:25am -2:30pm  & OPENED before & after school ONLY. :)

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Junior and Senior Art Students interested in applying for

membership to the National Art Honor Society should pick up a packet from an art teacher or see Mrs. Popovich with questions.

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The MVHS JV and Varsity Dance Teams are hosting an Open Tryout for their competition season.

Clinics will be from 3:30-6pm on Monday October 28th in the Aux Gym and tryouts will follow from 7-9pm.

You may pick up a tryout packet in the athletic office and if you have any questions email Coach Johnson!

October 22, 2019

Would you like additional practice or support in French?? There is French tutoring during all lunch periods today in the G220 fishbowl! This is a great opportunity to practice and prepare for any upcoming assessments or to get ahead. Questions? Feel free to contact Madame Klein for more information.

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Science National Honors Society Applicants: There will be a mandatory

meeting from 7am to 7:15am this Wednesday in the small forum room - F214

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Come to H203 right after school on Tuesday this week for Poetry Club.  Bring

a friend and a favorite poem. See Mrs. Aigner or Ms. Porada for details.

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Mental Health Matters will NOT be meeting this Tuesday 10/22 as Mrs. Wange & Mrs. Bane will be out of the building.  Please check REMIND for updates on our newest project!  See you all on November, 5th!

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Attention: Students Currently Enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses....

The regular registration for Spring 2020 AP test ends on Friday, November

1st at 11:59 PM.  AP Exam Registration is a two-part process this year.  

Registration must be completed online through both College Board and

Total Registration.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House or Mr. Polavieja in Merit House, with any questions.

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Reminder: all students vending machines are shut off between

7:25am -2:30pm  & OPENED before & after school ONLY. :)

October 21, 2019

Mental Health Matters will NOT be meeting this Tuesday 10/22 as Mrs. Wange & Mrs. Bane will be out of the building.  Please check REMIND for updates on our newest project!  See you all on November, 5th!

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Attention: Students Currently Enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses....

The regular registration for Spring 2020 AP test ends on Friday, November 1st at 11:59 PM.  AP Exam Registration is a two-part process this year.  Registration must be completed online through both College Board and Total Registration.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House or Mr. Polavieja in Merit House, with any questions.

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Come  join the 2019-2020 I AM... WHO I AM Campaign to celebrate the uniqueness of YOU, recognize the power behind your voice, and strengthen your own self-worth. Meet Ms. G (Ms. Garrett), Ms. Shannon, and Mrs. Hughes after school on Monday at 2:30 in G130 to discuss this years plans for the I AM Campaign. Text the word I-AM-CAM, that’s I-A-M-C-A-M to 81010 for more info. Snacks will be provided.

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Interested in trying out for the 6 time state qualifying cheerleading team? Winter tryouts are coming up.  Open gym is Tuesday 10/22 from 2:45 - 5:00 p.m. in the commons.  Please see Coach Braheny with questions

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Come to H203 right after school on Tuesday this week for Poetry Club.  Bring a friend and a favorite poem. See Mrs. Aigner or Ms. Porada for details.

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The MVHS JV and Varsity Dance Teams are hosting an Open Tryout for their competition season.

Clinics will be from 3:30-6pm on Monday October 28th in the Aux Gym and tryouts will follow from 7-9pm.

You may pick up a tryout packet in the athletic office and if you have any questions email Coach Johnson!

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Reminder: all students vending machines are shut off between

7:25am -2:25pm  & OPENED before & after school ONLY. :)

October 18, 2019

Come  join the 2019-2020 I AM... WHO I AM Campaign to celebrate the

uniqueness of YOU, recognize the power behind your voice, and strengthen your own self-worth. Meet Ms. G (Ms. Garrett), Ms. Shannon, and Mrs. Hughes after school on Monday at 2:30 in G130 to discuss this years plans for the I AM Campaign. Text the word I-AM-CAM, that’s I-A-M-C-A-M to 81010 for more info. Snacks will be provided.

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Interested in trying out for the 6 time state qualifying cheerleading team? Winter tryouts are coming up.  Open gym is Tuesday 10/22 from 2:45 - 5:00 p.m. in the commons.  Please see Coach Braheny with questions

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The MVHS JV and Varsity Dance Teams are hosting an Open Tryout for

their competition season.Clinics will be from 3:30-6pm on Monday October 28th in the Aux Gym and tryouts will follow from 7-9pm. You may pick up a tryout packet in the athletic office and if you have any questions email Coach Johnson!

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Attention: Students Currently Enrolled in Advanced Placement Courses....

The regular registration for Spring 2020 AP test ends on Friday, November 1st at 11:59 PM.  AP Exam Registration is a two-part process this year.  Registration must be completed online through both College Board and Total Registration.  Please see Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House or Mr. Polavieja in Merit House, with any questions.

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Reminder: all students vending machines are shut off between

7:25am -2:25pm  & OPENED before & after school ONLY. :)

October 17, 2019

A REMINDER TO ALL BOYS INTERESTED IN BOYS BOWLING AND

REPRESENTING METEA VALLEY IN THE STATE SERIES. THERE IS

AN IMPORTANT INFORMATIONAL MEETING TODAY AFTER SCHOOL

IN H101. PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND. SEE COACH MANSMITH IN H101 WITH  QUESTIONS.

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Black Student Alliance (BSA) Club meets every Tuesday 2:30-4:00 pm in D101 with Dr. Johnson (math).

All students are welcomed to join!

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 Photography Club will meet today in H122 at 2:30.

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Attention Seniors…..

Are you interested in applying to College of DuPage? Or Do you need help

filing or getting started on the FAFSA?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, please come to the LMC-room F123 during your lunch on Thursday, October 17th to apply or get some help on FAFSA. If you are applying for COD, there is a $20 application fee.  Students attending should bring a credit/debit card.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home. See your counselor if you have any questions.

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The next anime club meeting is this Today after school in D106 until 4pm.

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Interested in trying out for the 6 time state qualifying cheerleading team? Winter tryouts are coming up.  

Open gym is Tuesday 10/22 from 2:45 - 5:00 p.m. in the commons.  

Please see Coach Braheny with questions

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Come  join the 2019-2020 I AM... WHO I AM Campaign to celebrate the

uniqueness of YOU, recognize the power behind your voice, and strengthen your own self-worth. Meet Ms. G (Ms. Garrett), Ms. Shannon, and Mrs. Hughes after school on Monday at 2:30 in G130 to discuss this years plans for the I AM Campaign. Text the word I-AM-CAM, that’s I-A-M-C-A-M to 81010 for more info. Snacks will be provided.

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The MVHS JV and Varsity Dance Teams are hosting an Open Tryout for their competition season. Clinics will be from 3:30-6pm on Monday October 28th in the Aux Gym and tryouts will follow from 7-9pm.

You may pick up a tryout packet in the athletic office and if you have any questions email Coach Johnson!

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!        

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Calling all Gamers! We will be meeting for Gamer's Club today afterschool! Bring games to share, and all are welcome!

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Reminder: all students vending machines are shut off between 7:25am -2:25pm

October 16, 2019

A REMINDER TO ALL BOYS INTERESTED IN BOYS BOWLING AND REPRESENTING METEA VALLEY IN THE STATE SERIES. THERE IS AN IMPORTANT INFORMATIONAL MEETING TODAY AFTER SCHOOL IN H101. PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND. SEE COACH MANSMITH IN H101 WITH QUESTIONS.

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Attention Animal Lovers! Don't forget we meet after school for Animal Rehab and Rescue to make blankets in room H223! See you there

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Attention all NEW and PREVIOUS Rho Kappa Members. We will have a mandatory ALL members meeting on Thursday 10/17 at 7 am in F214 to discuss events for this year! We look forward to seeing everyone there!

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Photography Club will meet tomorrow in H122 at 2:30. See you there!

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Attention Seniors…..

Are you interested in applying to College of DuPage? Or Do you need help filing or getting started on the FAFSA?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, please come to the LMC-room F123 during your lunch on Thursday, October 17th to apply or get some help on FAFSA. If you are applying for COD, there is a $20 application fee.  Students attending should bring a credit/debit card.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home. See your counselor if you have any questions.

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The next anime club meeting is this Thursday after school in d106 until 4pm.

The MVHS JV and Varsity Dance Teams are hosting an Open Tryout for their competition season.

Clinics will be from 3:30-6pm on Monday October 28th in the Aux Gym and tryouts will follow from 7-9pm.

You may pick up a tryout packet in the athletic office and if you have any questions email Coach Johnson!

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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Reminder: all students vending machines are shut off between 7:25am -2:25pm

October 15, 2019

Are you a French student who would like to additional help or support? There is French tutoring today, Tuesday, in G220, the World Language Resource fishbowl, during all lunch periods. Please stop by!  

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A REMINDER TO ALL BOYS INTERESTED IN BOYS BOWLING AND REPRESENTING METEA VALLEY IN THE STATE SERIES. THERE IS AN IMPORTANT INFORMATIONAL MEETING TODAY AFTER SCHOOL IN H101. PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND. SEE COACH MANSMITH IN H101 WITH QUESTIONS.

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Attention Animal Lovers! Don't forget we meet after school for Animal Rehab and Rescue to make blankets in room H223! See you there

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Black Student Alliance (BSA) Club meets every Tuesday 2:30-4:00 pm in D101 with Dr. Johnson (math). All students are welcomed to join!

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Attention all NEW and PREVIOUS Rho Kappa Members. We will have a mandatory ALL members meeting on Thursday 10/17 at 7 am in F214 to discuss events for this year! We look forward to seeing everyone there!

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Tuesday 10/15 - Photography Club will meet this Thursday in room H122 at 2:30.

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Attention Seniors…..

Are you interested in applying to College of DuPage? Or Do you need help filing or getting started on the FAFSA?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, please come to the LMC-room F123 during your lunch on Thursday, October 17th to apply or get some help on FAFSA. If you are applying for COD, there is a $20 application fee.  Students attending should bring a credit/debit card.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home. See your counselor if you have any questions.

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The MVHS JV and Varsity Dance Teams are hosting an Open Tryout for their competition season.

Clinics will be from 3:30-6pm on Monday October 28th in the Aux Gym and tryouts will follow from 7-9pm.

You may pick up a tryout packet in the athletic office and if you have any questions email Coach Johnson!

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Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

October 11, 2019

Muslim Student Association will be having their first today after school in H105. MSA is a service organization where students from all faiths are welcome to attend to learn more about Islam and engage in dialogue surrounding the faith.

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

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Attention Seniors…..

Are you interested in applying to College of DuPage? Or Do you need help filing or getting started on the FAFSA?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, please come to the LMC-room F123 during your lunch on Thursday, October 17th to apply or get some help on FAFSA. If you are applying for COD, there is a $20 application fee.  Students attending should bring a credit/debit card.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home. See your counselor if you have any questions

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Mustang Improv is back, but NOW we're MUSTANG COMEDY. Come check out our first show, featuring improvisation, stand up, and sketch comedy on Friday, October 11th at 7pm in the Black Box Th`ter. $3 advanced tickets go on sale during lunch periods in the Commons Wednesday, October 9th. A limited number of $5 tickets are available at the door.

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Photography Club will meet next Thursday in room H122 at 2:30 see you there!

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Attention all NEW and PREVIOUS Rho Kappa Members. We will have a mandatory ALL members meeting on Thursday 10/17 at 7 am in F214 to discuss events for this year!

We look forward to seeing everyone there!

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Do you want to speak with congressmen and congresswomen? Want to meet new people? Want to make a difference? Then JOINNNN Save the Children Action Network. SCAN is a fun club that works with advocates across the

country to elevate children’s needs at local, state, and federal levels. Bring a friend and come to the first meeting this Friday, October 11th after school in room D204. They will be having pizza and snacks for everyone who comes

this Friday. COME TO THE MEETING AND BE THE VOICE FOR THE

CHILDREN contact Mr. McNicholas for any questions.

October 10, 2019

Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

----------

Attention Seniors…..

Are you interested in applying to College of DuPage? Or Do you need help filing or getting started on the FAFSA?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, please come to the LMC-room F123 during your lunch on Thursday, October 17th to apply or get some help on FAFSA. If you are applying for COD, there is a $20 application fee.  Students attending should bring a credit/debit card.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home. See your counselor if you have any questions

----------

Mustang Improv is back, but NOW we're MUSTANG COMEDY. Come check out our first show, featuring improvisation, stand up, and sketch comedy on Friday, October 11th at 7pm in the Black Box Theater. $3 advanced tickets go on sale during lunch periods in the Commons Wednesday, October 9th. A limited number of $5 tickets are available at the door.

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Do you want to speak with congressmen and congresswomen? Want to meet new people? Want to make a difference? Then JOINNNN Save the Children Action Network. SCAN is a fun club that works with advocates across the country to elevate children’s needs at local, state, and federal levels. Bring a friend and come to the first meeting this Friday, October 11th after school in room D204. They will be having pizza and snacks for everyone who comes this Friday. COME TO THE MEETING AND BE THE VOICE FOR THE CHILDREN contact Mr. McNicholas for any questions.

October 9, 2019

Attention all National English Honors Society members - Today is our kickoff event during Mustang 30. Come on by H203 to meet new and old members, have some breakfast, and play some games. See you there!

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Do you want to speak with congressmen and congresswomen? Want to meet new people? Want to make a difference? Then JOINNNN Save the Children Action Network. SCAN is a fun club that works with advocates across the

country to elevate children’s needs at local, state, and federal levels. Bring a friend and come to the first meeting this Friday, October 11th after school in room D204. They will be having pizza and snacks for everyone who comes this Friday. COME TO THE MEETING AND BE THE VOICE FOR THE CHILDREN contact Mr. McNicholas for any questions.

Thank you

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Mustang Improv is back, but NOW we're MUSTANG COMEDY. Come check out our first show, featuring improvisation, stand up, and sketch comedy on Friday, October 11th at 7pm in the Black Box Theater. $3 advanced tickets go on sale during lunch periods in the Commons Wednesday, October 9th. A limited number of $5 tickets are available at the door.

----------

Attention Seniors…..

Are you interested in applying to College of DuPage? Or Do you need help

filing or getting started on the FAFSA? If you answered yes to either of these questions, please come to the LMC-room F123 during your lunch on Thursday, October 17th to apply or get some help on FAFSA. If you are applying for COD, there is a $20 application fee.  Students attending should bring a credit/debit card.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home. See your counselor if you have any questions.

----------

Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

----------

Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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If you've been waiting to hear news about National SCIENCE Honors Society, the wait is over! Interested applicants for National SCIENCE Honors Society should plan on meeting in the forum F214 room at 7am on Thursday October 10th.

October 8, 2019

Poetry Club will be meeting right after school on Tuesday 10/8 in H203.  Anyone and everyone is welcome to come and spend some time thinking, writing, and speaking poetry!  Remember to bring a favorite poem to this week's meeting! See Mrs. Aigner or Mrs. Porada if you have any questions.

----------

Mustang Improv is back, but NOW we're MUSTANG COMEDY. Come check

out our first show, featuring improvisation, stand up, and sketch comedy on Friday, October 11th at 7pm in the Black Box Theater. $3 advanced tickets go

on sale during lunch periods in the Commons Wednesday, October 9th. A

limited number of $5 tickets are available at the door.

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Mental Health Matters Club works towards reducing stigmas and bringing awareness!  We will meet in H106 on Tuesday 10/8 at 2:30pm

ALL ARE WELCOME!

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Are you curious about what Halloween looks like in other countries? Come

to French club this coming Tuesday, October 8th after school in H104! We

will be discussing what Halloween looks like in France and will be sharing

some typical French treats. All are welcome to join, no French experience required! Questions contact Madame Klein for more details.

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Attention Seniors…..

Are you interested in applying to College of DuPage? Or Do you need help

filing or getting started on the FAFSA?If you answered yes to either of these questions, please come to the LMC-room F123 during your lunch on Thursday, October 17th to apply or get some help on FAFSA. If you are applying for COD, there is a $20 application fee.  Students attending should bring a credit/debit card.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home. See your counselor if you have any questions.

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If you've been waiting to hear news about National SCIENCE Honors Society, the wait is over! Interested applicants for National SCIENCE Honors Society should plan on meeting

in the forum F214 room at 7am on Thursday October 10th.

----------

Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

----------

Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which

 is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set.

----------

Do you want to speak with congressmen and congresswomen? Want to meet new people? Want to make a difference? Then JOINNNN Save the Children Action Network. SCAN is a fun club that works with advocates across the country to elevate children’s needs at local, state, and federal levels. Bring a friend and come to the first meeting this Friday, October 11th after school in room D204. They will be having pizza and snacks for everyone who

comes this Friday. COME TO THE MEETING AND BE THE VOICE FOR THE CHILDREN contact Mr. McNicholas for any questions.   Thank you!

October 7, 2019

Poetry Club will be meeting right after school on Tuesday 10/8 in H203.  Anyone and everyone is welcome to come and spend some time thinking, writing, and speaking poetry!  Remember to bring a favorite poem to this week's meeting! See Mrs. Aigner or Mrs. Porada if you have any questions.

----------

Mustang Improv is back, but NOW we're MUSTANG COMEDY. Come check

out our first show, featuring improvisation, stand up, and sketch comedy on Friday, October 11th at 7pm in the Black Box Theater. $3 advanced tickets go

on sale during lunch periods in the Commons Wednesday, October 9th. A

limited number of $5 tickets are available at the door.

----------

Mental Health Matters Club works towards reducing stigmas and bringing awareness!  We will meet in H106 on Tuesday 10/8 at 2:30pm

ALL ARE WELCOME!

----------

Are you curious about what Halloween looks like in other countries? Come

to French club this coming Tuesday, October 8th after school in H104! We

will be discussing what Halloween looks like in France and will be sharing

some typical French treats. All are welcome to join, no French experience required! Questions contact Madame Klein for more details.

----------

Attention Seniors…..

Are you interested in applying to College of DuPage? Or Do you need help

filing or getting started on the FAFSA?If you answered yes to either of these questions, please come to the LMC-room F123 during your lunch on Thursday, October 17th to apply or get some help on FAFSA. If you are applying for COD, there is a $20 application fee.  Students attending should bring a credit/debit card.  At minimum, come in and fill out your application, and pay later at home. See your counselor if you have any questions.

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If you've been waiting to hear news about National SCIENCE Honors Society, the wait is over! Interested applicants for National SCIENCE Honors Society should plan on meeting

in the forum F214 room at 7am on Thursday October 10th.

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Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which

 is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

October 4, 2019

Mustang Improv is back, but NOW we're MUSTANG COMEDY. Come check out our first show, featuring improvisation, stand up, and sketch comedy on Friday, October 11th at 7pm in the Black Box Theater. $3 advanced tickets go on sale during lunch periods in the Commons Wednesday, October 9th. A limited number of $5 tickets are available at the door.

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Mental Health Matters Club works towards reducing stigmas and bringing awareness!  We will meet in H106 on Tuesday 10/8 at 2:30pm ALL ARE WELCOME!

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Are you curious about what Halloween looks like in other countries? Come to French club this coming Tuesday, October 8th after school in H104! We will be discussing what Halloween looks like in France and will be sharing some typical French treats. All are welcome to join, no French experience required! Questions contact Madame Klein for more details.

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If you've been waiting to hear news about National SCIENCE Honors Society, the wait is over! Interested applicants for National SCIENCE Honors Society should plan on meeting in the forum F214 room at 7am on Thursday October 10th.

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Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

October 3, 2019

The American Sign Language Club will be meeting in H103, after school today.  The ASL Club is open to all students who are interested in learning sign language.  Students can join the club at any time.  Hope to see you there.

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If you've been waiting to hear news about National SCIENCE Honors Society, the wait is over! Interested applicants for National SCIENCE Honors Society should plan on meeting in the forum F214 room at 7am on Thursday October 10th.

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Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

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Calling All Gamers! Our Gamer's Club meeting will be TODAY after school in room F216! Bring games to share and all are welcome!

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Attention all ladies participating in the Elevate Empowerment Day on Friday, October 4.  Please meet in the Large Forum Room by 7:25 am.  Wear comfortable clothes.  You will be given a t-shirt to change into.

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

October 2, 2019

Seniors - Herff Jones will be here to take orders for Cap & Gowns, Graduation Announcements and senior products including Class Rings and Letter Jackets on Thursday, October 10th during lunch periods in the Cafeteria.  If you did not receive your order packet on October 4th you can pick one up in the Main Office. For more information visit: www.herffjonesil.com  or call Herff Jones at 815-756-4743.

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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GEMS Girls in Engineering, Mathematics and Science will be meeting Thursday G228. Discover the real GEMS of Science!

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Attention all ladies participating in the Elevate Empowerment Day on Friday, October 4.  Please meet in the Large Forum Room by 7:25 am.  Wear comfortable clothes.  You will be given a t-shirt to change into.

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Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

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If you've been waiting to hear news about National SCIENCE Honors Society, the wait is over! Interested applicants for National SCIENCE Honors Society should plan on meeting in the forum F214 room at 7am on Thursday October 10th.

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Calling All Gamers! Our next Gamer's Club meeting will be tomorrow after school in room F216 from 2:30 -4:45  Bring games to share and all are welcome!

October 1, 2019

Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping

others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office,

Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker,

Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.  

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which

is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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GEMS Girls in Engineering, Mathematics and Science will be meeting Thursday G228.

Discover the real GEMS of Science!

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Origami is cancelled today, we will meet next on Oct 22nd  in A133 from 2:15-4. See you then

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Animal Lovers! Don't forget our next Animal Rehab and Rescue will meet TODAY after school in H223. We hope to see you there!

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Ahhhh, October . . . the baseball playoffs, the Chicago Bears defense, the smell of bonfires, and the changing colors of the leaves . . . and what else?  MUSTANG SPEECH!!!! Come to one of three Informational Meetings on Oct. 15 (at 6:45 a.m. OR 2:45 p.m.) or Oct. 16 (2:45 p.m.) in Room H112 to get valuable information on how and when to audition for the MVHS Speech Team.  The same information will be presented at all three meetings so plan on attending one! YOU have something to say; WE want to hear it - MUSTANG SPEECH!

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Reminder Guide Right will be meeting in A133 during all lunch periods.

September 30. 2019

Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping

others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office,

Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker,

Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.  

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which

is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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GEMS Girls in Engineering, Mathematics and Science will be meeting Thursday G228.

Discover the real GEMS of Science!

September 27, 2019

Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which

is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping

others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office,

Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker,

Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.  

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are

available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos

in D104 with any questions.

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SkillsUSA will meet after school on Thursday 9/29 in C102. See Mr. Wedam in C102 for details

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Today is your LAST chance to buy tickets to the Homecoming dance.  You can purchase them in person during lunches or online for Metea students only tonight until 7:00 pm.  NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AFTER 7:00 pm tonight.  Be sure to get yours on time!

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 GEMS Girls in Engineering, Mathematics and Science will be meeting Thursday G228. Discover the real GEMS of Science

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Tech Club will be meeting in D108 on Monday 30th, from 2:25-4pm

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CONGRATULATIONS to the PTSA September Tireless Teacher of the month....

Mrs. Stoodley!!!! A huge thank you for everything you do Mrs. Stoodley!!

September 26, 2019

The first anime club meeting with be today, September 26th after school in D106. Come check us out

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which

is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping

others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office,

Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker,

Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.  

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are

available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos

in D104 with any questions.

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SkillsUSA will meet after school on Thursday 9/29 in C102. See Mr. Wedam in C102 for details

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Attention Mustangs: The last day of Homecoming ticket sales are THIS Friday during all lunch periods. Please remember that all tickets for guests that do not attend Metea need to be purchased IN PERSON with a guest pass or they will not be admitted into the dance. Again, last day to purchase Homecoming tickets is Friday during lunch. Tickets can also be purchased online.

September 25, 2019

The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in D106. Come check us out

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which

is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping

others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office,

Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker,

Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.  

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are

available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos

in D104 with any questions.

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SkillsUSA will meet after school on Thursday 9/29 in C102. See Mr. Wedam in C102 for details

September 24, 2019

Schuyler Bailar will be visiting Metea next Tuesday, September 24th, for a daytime assembly during 4th period as well as an evening event in our auditorium at 7:00 pm. He is the first ever transgender athlete to compete on an NCAA Division 1 Men's Team, and he has an important message for us all about being true to yourself and living your life with authenticity and integrity. Don't miss the chance to hear his story! See Mrs. Bathan in G120 you have questions!  

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The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the testing in the LMC. Come check us out!

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office, Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker, Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.  

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

September 23, 2019

Come support the girls tennis team on today at Chipotle on Rt 59 between 5-9pm. Proceeds supports the girls tennis program

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Come to our first Poetry Slam and Poetry Out Loud Meeting this Tuesday the 24th right

after school in room H203.  Please contact Mrs. Aigner or Mrs. Porada for more details.

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Are you interested in starting your own business or company? Come learn the fundamentals of entrepreneurship as presented by MIT. Plan out your dream company and possibly win investments. To start, come attend Business LaunchPad's informational meeting on

Tuesday, September 24. Contact Mr. Fox from the Math Department if you have any

 questions.

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Students interested in becoming Key Club members must get their membership parent

form, online information and money turned in by Thursday, Oct 10.  Membership

information is posted on our Key Club website.  

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MHM (Mental Health Matters Club) meets Tuesday the 24th in H106 at 2:30PM.  All are welcome!

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Schuyler Bailar will be visiting Metea next Tuesday, September 24th, for a daytime

assembly during 4th period as well as an evening event in our auditorium at 7:00 pm. He is the first ever transgender athlete to compete on an NCAA Division 1 Men's Team, and he

has an important message for us all about being true to yourself and living your life with authenticity and integrity. Don't miss the chance to hear his story! See Mrs. Bathan in G120 you have questions!  

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Interested in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and dentistry? Come to HOSA's informational meeting on Monday, September 23rd after school in room N117. There will be leadership opportunities for underclassmen!

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The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the testing

in the LMC. Come check us out!

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office, Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker, Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.

September 20, 2019

Come support the girls tennis team on Monday 23rd, at Chipotle on Rt 59 between 5-9pm. Proceeds supports the girls tennis program

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Students interested in becoming Key Club members must get their membership parent

form, online information and money turned in by Thursday, Oct 10.  Membership

information is posted on our Key Club website.  

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MHM (Mental Health Matters Club) meets Tuesday the 24th in H106 at 2:30PM.  All

are welcome!

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Schuyler Bailar will be visiting Metea next Tuesday, September 24th, for a daytime

assembly during 4th period as well as an evening event in our auditorium at 7:00 pm. He

is the first ever transgender athlete to compete on an NCAA Division 1 Men's Team, and

he has an important message for us all about being true to yourself and living your life

with authenticity and integrity. Don't miss the chance to hear his story! See Mrs. Bathan

in G120 you have questions!  

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Are you interested in joining Future Problem Solvers? Come to our informational meeting on Thursday, September 19th before school at 7:00 or after school at 2:35 in room D112! Hope to see you there!

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Interested in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and dentistry? Come to HOSA's informational meeting on Monday, September 23rd after school in room N117. There will be leadership opportunities for underclassmen!

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The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the testing in the LMC. Come check us out!

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office, Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker, Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

September 19, 2019

Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office, Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker, Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.  

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Homecoming court nominations are open from Sept 16 to Sept 19 at 2:00pm. Submit nominations for your class by going to tinyurl.com/votemetea

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the testing in the LMC. Come check us out!

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Interested in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and dentistry? Come to HOSA's informational meeting on Monday, September 23rd after school in room N117. There will be leadership opportunities for underclassmen!

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Attention RETURNING NEHS members. We will have a meeting this Friday for all of our returning National English Honors Society members from last year. We will meet at 7am in Room D106. Please be on time!

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Key Club members interested in going to our first big service event should sign up for Feed My Starving Children on the evening of Friday, Sept 20.  Sign up information is on our Key Club Website.  We have 90 spots to fill, so consider starting your service hours next week!

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Are you interested in joining Future Problem Solvers? Come to our informational meeting on Thursday, September 19th before school at 7:00 or after school at 2:35 in room D112! Hope to see you there!

Literary Magazine will hold another meeting this Thursday at 2:35 in Room H102.  Please consider joining or contact Ms. Gervasio for information

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Schuyler Bailar will be visiting Metea next Tuesday, September 24th, for a daytime assembly during 4th period as well as an evening event in our auditorium at 7:00 pm. He is the first ever transgender athlete to compete on an NCAA Division 1 Men's Team, and he has an important message for us all about being true to yourself and living your life with authenticity and integrity. Don't miss the chance to hear his story! See Mrs. Bathan in G120 you have questions!  

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Attention all Gamers! TODAY gamer's club will be meeting after school in room F216. Bring games to share and all are welcome

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Korean Club is meeting today after school in room H217. Hope to see you there!

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Come support the girls Tennis Team on Monday at Chipoltle on Rt 59 between 5-9pm. Proceeds supports the girls tennis program.

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The Future Medical Professionals Club will meet today, at 2:35, in H-124. Voting for club officers will take place. Potential Club Officers - Come prepared to make your presentation in front of the group.

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The American Sign Language Club will have its first Signing Meal of the year, after school today at Noodles and Company on the corner of 59 and 75th.  All students are invited to join the ASL Club.

September 18, 2019

Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are a

vailable in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos

in D104 with any questions.

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping

others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office,

Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker,

Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.    

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Homecoming court nominations are open from Sept 16 to Sept 19 at 2:00pm. Submit

nominations for your class by going to tinyurl.com/votemetea

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Attention all seniors!  A senior-only movie night will be Wednesday, September 18, 6:30 pm

in the Large Forum Room.  Admission is free, but you must have your school ID to enter.  Only Metea Valley seniors are allowed.  Snacks will provided; bring blankets and pillows.  

We will be showing '47 Meters Down'.

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the testing in the LMC. Come check us out!

----------

Interested in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and dentistry? Come to HOSA's informational meeting on Monday, September 23rd after school in room N117. There will be leadership opportunities for underclassmen!

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Attention RETURNING NEHS members. We will have a meeting this Friday for all of our returning National English Honors Society members from last year. We will meet at 7am in Room D106. Please be on time!

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Key Club members interested in going to our first big service event should sign up for Feed My Starving Children on the evening of Friday, Sept 20.  Sign up information is on our Key Club Website.  We have 90 spots to fill, so consider starting your service hours next week!

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Are you interested in joining Future Problem Solvers? Come to our informational meeting on Thursday, September 19th before school at 7:00 or after school at 2:35 in room D112! Hope to see you there!

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HeAndShe  is a Unicef sponsored gender empowerment movement for all ages and genders! Join us in N117 on Thursday mornings at 7 am to discuss about the gender gap and participate in ways to help our community. Our first meeting is this week on September 19th. All are welcome  and there will be snacks. Hope to see you there!

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Literary Magazine will hold another meeting this Thursday at 2:35 in Room H102.  Please consider joining or contact Ms. Gervasio for information

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Schuyler Bailar will be visiting Metea next Tuesday, September 24th, for a daytime assembly during 4th period as well as an evening event in our auditorium at 7:00 pm. He is the first ever transgender athlete to compete on an NCAA Division 1 Men's Team, and he has an important message for us all about being true to yourself and living your life with authenticity and integrity. Don't miss the chance to hear his story! See Mrs. Bathan in G120 you have questions!  

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The Future Medical Professionals Club will meet tomorrow at 2:35 in H-124. Anyone

interested in being a club officer should come prepared to make a presentation in front

of the group

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The American Sign Language Club will be having its first Signing Meal of the year at Noodles on 59 and 75th, after school on Thursday.  All students are welcome to join the ASL Club.

September 17, 2019

Calling all future teachers!

Are you a leader?

Do you enjoy helping others?

Have you ever considered a career in a school?

… then Educators Rising is the place for you!

Join us every Wednesday morning at 6:55 in F214 (the small forum room).  Please turn in membership forms, which you’ll receive at your first meeting with us, by September 25.  Contact Ms. Connolly or Ms. Cluxton with questions.

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Are you an animal lover? Of course you are! That's why you should come check out Animal Rehab and Rescue Club. We meet TODAY after school in room H223. Everyone is welcome. We hope you see you there, the Animals need you!

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

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Key Club will have its first MEMBER meeting on Thursday, Sept 12 at 6:55am in the Large Forum Room.  We will discuss registration and upcoming events that are available for community service.  Also, stop by at our Activity Fair booth during Tuesday 's Activity Fair during your lunch hours.  

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office, Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker, Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.

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Homecoming court nominations are open from Sept 16 to Sept 19 at 2:00pm. Submit nominations for your class by going to tinyurl.com/votemetea

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Attention any boys interested in trying out for basketball. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, Sept 18th at 7am in the Aux Gym. If your unable to attend, please come see Mr.Davis in the Merit House.

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Guide Right will meet today during each lunch period in the cafeteria. Guide Right will have a table set up at the south end of the cafeteria. Feel free to go over and say hi to Mr. Engram."

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Attention all seniors!  A senior-only movie night will be Wednesday, September 18, 6:30 pm in the Large Forum Room.  Admission is free, but you must have your school ID to enter.  Only Metea Valley seniors are allowed.  Snacks will provided; bring blankets and pillows.  We will be showing '47 Meters Down'

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the testing in the LMC. Come check us out!

----------

Interested in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and dentistry? Come to HOSA's informational meeting on Monday, September 23rd after school in room N117. There will be leadership opportunities for underclassmen!

----------

Attention RETURNING NEHS members. We will have a meeting this Friday for all of our returning National English Honors Society members from last year. We will meet at 7am in Room D106. Please be on time!

----------

Key Club members interested in going to our first big service event should sign up for Feed My Starving Children on the evening of Friday, Sept 20.  Sign up information is on our Key Club Website.  We have 90 spots to fill, so consider starting your service hours next week!

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Interested in history and trivia competitions? History Club meets again on Tuesday, September 17 in D201. All students welcome

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Are you interested in joining Future Problem Solvers? Come to our informational meeting on Thursday, September 19th before school at 7:00 or after school at 2:35 in room D112! Hope to see you there!

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HeAndShe  is a Unicef sponsored gender empowerment movement for all ages and genders! Join us in N117 on Thursday mornings at 7 am to discuss about the gender gap and participate in ways to help our community. Our first meeting is this week on September 19th. All are welcome  and there will be snacks. Hope to see you there!

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"Do you want to learn how to fold Origami? Join us today after school in Room A133, from 2:30 to 3:30pm. No experience required!"

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Literary Magazine will hold another meeting this Thursday at 2:35 in Room H102.  Please consider joining or contact Ms. Gervasio for information.

September 16, 2019

Attention any boys interested in trying out for basketball. There will be an informational meeting on Wednesday, Sept 18th at 7am in the Aux Gym. If your unable to attend, please come see Mr.Davis in the Merit House.

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Calling all future teachers!

Are you a leader?

Do you enjoy helping others?

Have you ever considered a career in a school?

… then Educators Rising is the place for you!

Join us every Wednesday morning at 6:55 in F214 (the small forum room).  Please turn in membership forms, which you’ll receive at your first meeting with us, by September 25.  Contact Ms. Connolly or Ms. Cluxton with questions.

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Are you an animal lover? Of course you are! That's why you should come check out Animal Rehab and Rescue Club. We meet TODAY after school in room H223. Everyone is welcome. We hope you see you there, the Animals need you!

----------

Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

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Key Club will have its first MEMBER meeting on Thursday, Sept 12 at 6:55am in the Large Forum Room.  We will discuss registration and upcoming events that are available for community service.  Also, stop by at our Activity Fair booth during Tuesday 's Activity Fair during your lunch hours.  

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office, Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker, Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.

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Are you interested in becoming a math tutor?  Join Students Count, where you can help other students in Math Resource during your lunch period.  Look for the Flyers posted around the building or see your math teacher for more information.

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Homecoming court nominations are open from Sept 16 to Sept 19 at 2:00pm. Submit nominations for your class by going to tinyurl.com/votemetea

Attention all seniors!  A senior-only movie night will be Wednesday, September 18, 6:30 pm in the Large Forum Room.  Admission is free, but you must have your school ID to enter.  Only Metea Valley seniors are allowed.  Snacks will provided; bring blankets and pillows.  We will be showing '47 Meters Down'

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the testing in the LMC. Come check us out!

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Interested in medicine, pharmacy, nursing, and dentistry? Come to HOSA's informational meeting on Monday, September 23rd after school in room N117. There will be leadership opportunities for underclassmen!

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Attention RETURNING NEHS members. We will have a meeting this Friday for all of our returning National English Honors Society members from last year. We will meet at 7am in Room D106. Please be on time!

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Key Club members interested in going to our first big service event should sign up for Feed My Starving Children on the evening of Friday, Sept 20.  Sign up information is on our Key Club Website.  We have 90 spots to fill, so consider starting your service hours next week!

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Interested in history and trivia competitions? History Club meets again on Tuesday, September 17 in D201. All students welcome

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Are you interested in joining Future Problem Solvers? Come to our informational meeting on Thursday, September 19th before school at 7:00 or after school at 2:35 in room D112! Hope to see you there!

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HeAndShe  is a Unicef sponsored gender empowerment movement for all ages and genders! Join us in N117 on Thursday mornings at 7 am to discuss about the gender gap and participate in ways to help our community. Our first meeting is this week on September 19th. All are welcome  and there will be snacks. Hope to see you there!

Sept 13, 2019

SAGA is a student-led club that seeks to bring greater awareness and support to LGBTQ+ students at MVHS.  It is a positive and non-judgmental environment where students can

fully express their individuality and share their experiences. Please join us for our first

 meeting on Tuesday the 17th of September in D208 at 2:30.  We welcome all genders and sexualities, and straight allies are always encouraged to attend.  See Mrs. Bathan or Mr. O'Neill with questions.

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Are you interested in trivia? You could join Scholastic Bowl! We meet Thursdays after school in H224. See Mr. Brzykcy or Mrs. Porada for details and questions. Once again, that's Scholastic Bowl meeting Thursdays in H224, see you then!

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The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the testing in the LMC. Come check us out!

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

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Attention all seniors!  A senior-only movie night will be Wednesday, September 18, 6:30 pm in the Large Forum Room.  Admission is free, but you must have your school ID to enter.  Only Metea Valley seniors are allowed.  Snacks will provided; bring blankets and pillows.  We will be showing '47 Meters Down'.

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Homecoming court nominations are open from Sept 16 to Sept 19 at 2:00pm. Submit nominations for your class by going to tinyurl.com/votemetea

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Are you interested in becoming a math tutor?  Join Students Count, where you can help other students in Math Resource during your lunch period.  Look for the Flyers posted around the building or see your math teacher for more information.

----------

Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office, Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker, Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.  

Best Buddies is having an Informational Meeting on Tuesday, September 17 at 6:50 a.m. in D118.  See Mrs. Kulak in the Honor House or Ms. Lawler if you have any questions.

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Key Club will have its first MEMBER meeting on Thursday, Sept 12 at 6:55am in the Large Forum Room.  We will discuss registration and upcoming events that are available for community service.  Also, stop by at our Activity Fair booth during Tuesday 's Activity Fair during your lunch hours.

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

Sept 12, 2019

All Spanish 2 through AP students interested in using your skills outside of the classroom and experiencing the awesome culture of Pura Vida, please attend our informational

meeting on Thursday, September 12th at 6:30pm in H106 to find out about our amazing

trip to Costa Rica in June of 2020!  See Señora Bane with any questions!

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are

available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos

in D104 with any questions.

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Key Club will have its first MEMBER meeting on Thursday, Sept 12 at 6:55am in the

Large Forum Room.  We will discuss registration and upcoming events that are available

 for community service.  Also, stop by at our Activity Fair booth during Tuesday 's Activity Fair during your lunch hours.

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Powder Puff football registration is up and running.  Junior and Senior girls, get your

teams together.  For information, contact Mr. Main or Mr. Torres and register on the

Metea Athletics site by clicking on Intramurals.

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Literary Magazine Club will have an informational meeting  today, September 12th for all those interested in joining this year. The meeting will be help promptly at 2:35 in room H102.  All new members welcome!  Snacks provided!!

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Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping

others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office,

Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker,

Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.

----------

Are you interested in becoming a math tutor?  Join Students Count, where you can help

other students in Math Resource during your lunch period.  Look for the Flyers posted around the building or see your math teacher for more information.

Attention all seniors!  A senior-only movie night will be Wednesday, September 18, 6:30 pm in the Large Forum Room.  Admission is free, but you must have your school ID to enter.  Only Metea Valley seniors are allowed.  Snacks will provided; bring blankets

and pillows.  We will be showing '47 Meters Down'.

----------

Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124,

which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

----------

The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the

testing in the LMC. Come check us out!

Are you interested in trivia? You could join Scholastic Bowl! We meet Thursdays

after school in H224. See Mr. Brzykcy or Mrs. Porada for details and questions.

Once again, that's Scholastic Bowl meeting Thursdays in H224, see you then!

----------

SAGA is a student-led club that seeks to bring greater awareness and support to LGBTQ+ students at MVHS.  It is a positive and non-judgmental environment where students can fully express their individuality and share their experiences. Please join

us for our first meeting on Tuesday the 17th of September in D208 at 2:30.  We welcome all genders and sexualities, and straight allies are always encouraged to attend.  See Mrs. Bathan or Mr. O'Neill with questions.

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Asian American Club is meeting today after school in room H217. Hope to see you there!

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Homecoming court nominations are open from Sept 16 to Sept 19 at 2:00pm. Submit nominations for your class by going to tinyurl.com/votemetea

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Interested in joining BPA? Join us for our next meeting this Friday at 6:50 in F215. Questions? See Mrs. Franczyk or any business teacher.

Sept 11, 2019

Are you interested in improvisation, stand up, or sketch comedy? Mustang Comedy

(formerly Mustang Improv) will hold workshops and auditions for this year's season from Monday, September 9th through Friday, September 13th from 2:45 - 4:45 in the Black Box Theater (room A129). See Mrs. Walker or Mr. Lundy with any questions.

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All Spanish 2 through AP students interested in using your skills outside of the classroom and experiencing the awesome culture of Pura Vida, please attend our informational

meeting on Thursday, September 12th at 6:30pm in H106 to find out about our amazing

trip to Costa Rica in June of 2020!  See Señora Bane with any questions

----------

Key Club will have its first MEMBER meeting on Thursday, Sept 12 at 6:55am in the Large Forum Room.  We will discuss registration and upcoming events that are available for

community service.  Also, stop by at our Activity Fair booth during Tuesday 's Activity

Fair during your lunch hours.  

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Spanish Club begins Thursday, Sept. 12 after school in room H110.

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

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Powder Puff football registration is up and running.  Junior and Senior girls, get your teams together.  For information, contact Mr. Main or Mr. Torres and register on the Metea Athletics site by clicking on Intramurals.

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Literary Magazine Club will have an informational meeting this Thursday, September 12th for all those interested in joining this year. The meeting will be help promptly at 2:35 in room H102.  All new members welcome!  Snacks provided!!

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DECA Meeting in D223 at 7:00am on 9/12

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Chess team and club begins this Thursday in the LMC from 2:30 to 4:30.  All abilities levels are welcome!

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The first anime club meeting with be Thursday, September 26th after school in the testing in the LMC. Come check us out.

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Tech crew for the fall play is now underway. Please come by the tech shop in A124, which is the hallway by the auditorium, Mondays-Thursdays to help build the set!

----------

Attention all seniors!  A senior-only movie night will be Wednesday, September 18, 6:30 pm in the Large Forum Room.  Admission is free, but you must have your school ID to enter.  Only Metea Valley seniors are allowed.  Snacks will be provided; bring blankets and pillows.  We will be showing '47 Meters Down'.

----------

Are you interested in becoming a math tutor?  Join Students Count, where you can help other students in Math Resource during your lunch period.  Look for the Flyers posted around the building or see your math teacher for more information.

----------

Day of LIFE is BACK!  Do you want to spend a whole day making connections, helping others and living the Metea L.I.F.E. then please sign up for the Day of LIFE on Thursday, Oct. 3rd!  Permission slips are due by Oct. 1st and can be picked up in the Main Office, Merit House or College and Career Center.  Questions please see Mr. DeBruycker, Mr. Davis, Ms. Liska or Mrs. Hutzler.

Sept 10, 2019

Are you interested in improvisation, stand up, or sketch comedy? Mustang Comedy

(formerly Mustang Improv) will hold workshops and auditions for this year's season from Monday, September 9th through Friday, September 13th from 2:45 - 4:45 in the Black Box Theater (room A129). See Mrs. Walker or Mr. Lundy with any questions.

----------

All Spanish 2 through AP students interested in using your skills outside of the classroom and experiencing the awesome culture of Pura Vida, please attend our informational

meeting on Thursday, September 12th at 6:30pm in H106 to find out about our amazing

trip to Costa Rica in June of 2020!  See Señora Bane with any questions

----------

Key Club will have its first MEMBER meeting on Thursday, Sept 12 at 6:55am in the Large Forum Room.  We will discuss registration and upcoming events that are available for

community service.  Also, stop by at our Activity Fair booth during Tuesday 's Activity

Fair during your lunch hours.  

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Spanish Club begins Thursday, Sept. 12 after school in room H110.

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

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Best Buddies is having an Informational Meeting on Tuesday, September 17 at 6:50 a.m. in D118.  See Mrs. Kulak in the Honor House or Ms. Lawler if you have any questions.

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Powder Puff football registration is up and running.  Junior and Senior girls, get your teams together.  For information, contact Mr. Main or Mr. Torres and register on the Metea Athletics site by clicking on Intramurals.

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Literary Magazine Club will have an informational meeting this Thursday, September 12th for all those interested in joining this year. The meeting will be help promptly at 2:35 in room H102.  All new members welcome!  Snacks provided!!

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DECA Meeting in D223 at 7:00am on 9/12

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Chess team and club begins this Thursday in the LMC from 2:30 to 4:30.  All abilities levels are welcome!

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Guide Right will meet today during each lunch period in Room  A133

Sept 9, 2019

Mental Health Matters Club meets Tuesday, September 10th at 2:30 in H106.

See Mrs. Wange or Sra Bane with any questions!

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Are you interested in improvisation, stand up, or sketch comedy? Mustang Comedy

(formerly Mustang Improv) will hold workshops and auditions for this year's season from Monday, September 9th through Friday, September 13th from 2:45 - 4:45 in the Black Box Theater (room A129). See Mrs. Walker or Mr. Lundy with any questions.

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Interested in history and trivia competitions? Then History Club is for you. Come to our informational meeting on Tuesday, September 10 at 2:30 in D211".

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The iSTEM Club will hold an informational meeting Monday, September 9th immediately after school in E128 to discuss an exciting partnership with Argonne National Laboratory. Please see Mrs. Troiani or Mr. Ogrodnik if you have any questions.

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All Spanish 2 through AP students interested in using your skills outside of the classroom and experiencing the awesome culture of Pura Vida, please attend our informational

meeting on Thursday, September 12th at 6:30pm in H106 to find out about our amazing

trip to Costa Rica in June of 2020!  See Señora Bane with any questions

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Key Club will have its first MEMBER meeting on Thursday, Sept 12 at 6:55am in the Large Forum Room.  We will discuss registration and upcoming events that are available for

community service.  Also, stop by at our Activity Fair booth during Tuesday 's Activity

Fair during your lunch hours.  

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Spanish Club begins Thursday, Sept. 12 after school in room H110.

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All aspiring robotic club members, there will be a robotics informational meeting Monday, September 9th in room C124. See either Coach Romeo or Coach Schey for more details

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Operation Snowball Fall Retreat Registration is going on now. Registration packets are available in ALL class houses, office E220, and classroom D104. Visit or contact Mr. Solgos in D104 with any questions.

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Science Olympiad Qualifying test will be Monday September 16.  See Mrs. Stokes in G228 with any questions.

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The Future Medical Professionals Club will have their first meting today, at 2:35, in Room H-124. Thank You

Sept 6, 2019

Mental Health Matters Club meets Tuesday, September 10th at 2:30 in H106.

See Mrs. Wange or Sra Bane with any questions!

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Are you interested in improvisation, stand up, or sketch comedy? Mustang Comedy

(formerly Mustang Improv) will hold workshops and auditions for this year's season from Monday, September 9th through Friday, September 13th from 2:45 - 4:45 in the Black Box Theater (room A129). See Mrs. Walker or Mr. Lundy with any questions.

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Interested in history and trivia competitions? Then History Club is for you. Come to our informational meeting on Tuesday, September 10 at 2:30 in D211".

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The iSTEM Club will hold an informational meeting Monday, September 9th immediately after school in E128 to discuss an exciting partnership with Argonne National Laboratory. Please see Mrs. Troiani or Mr. Ogrodnik if you have any questions.

----------

All Spanish 2 through AP students interested in using your skills outside of the classroom and experiencing the awesome culture of Pura Vida, please attend our informational

meeting on Thursday, September 12th at 6:30pm in H106 to find out about our amazing

trip to Costa Rica in June of 2020!  See Señora Bane with any questions

----------

Key Club will have its first MEMBER meeting on Thursday, Sept 12 at 6:55am in the Large Forum Room.  We will discuss registration and upcoming events that are available for

community service.  Also, stop by at our Activity Fair booth during Tuesday 's Activity

Fair during your lunch hours.  

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Spanish Club begins Thursday, Sept. 12 after school in room H110.

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All aspiring robotic club members, there will be a robotics informational meeting Monday, September 9th in room C124. See either Coach Romeo or Coach Schey for more details

Sept 5, 2019

Tech crew for the fall play will begin Thursday, September 5th. Come by the tech shop in the long hallway

 over by the auditorium to help build the set for the fall play and bring your signed safety sheet.

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 Photography Club will meet today in H122 at 2:30. It will be an informational meeting, See you there!

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The American Sign Language Club will meet today, after school, in room H103.  Any student who is interested in learning sign language is welcome to join the ASL Club.  Hope to see you there.

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ECO Club will have its first meeting on Thursday, September 5th after school in room

D128.

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Mental Health Matters Club meets Tuesday, September 10th at 2:30 in H106.

See Mrs. Wange or Sra Bane with any questions!

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Class of 2023... Vote for your MVStudentGo Rep this Friday. Go to tinyurl.com/votemetea

to cast your vote

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Are you interested in improvisation, stand up, or sketch comedy? Mustang Comedy

(formerly Mustang Improv) will hold workshops and auditions for this year's season from Monday, September 9th through Friday, September 13th from 2:45 - 4:45 in the Black Box Theater (room A129). See Mrs. Walker

or Mr. Lundy with any questions.

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Are you a gamer? Do you wish there was a club to meet other gamers? Well you are in luck, come to Gamer's Club today after school in room F216! Everyone is welcome. Come check out the fun!

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"Interested in history and trivia competitions? Then History Club is for you. Come to our informational meeting on Tuesday, September 10 at 2:30 in D211".

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The iSTEM Club will hold an informational meeting Monday, September 9th immediately after school in E128 to discuss an exciting partnership with Argonne National Laboratory. Please see Mrs. Troiani or Mr. Ogrodnik if you have any questions.

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All Spanish 2 through AP students interested in using your skills outside of the classroom and experiencing the awesome culture of Pura Vida, please attend our informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th at 6:30pm in H106 to find out about our amazing trip to Costa Rica in June of 2020!  See Señora Bane with any questions!

Sept 4, 2019

Calling all future teachers! Are you a leader? Do you enjoy helping others?

Have you ever considered a career in a school?… then Educators Rising is the place for you!

Join us every Wednesday morning at 6:55 in F214 (the small forum room).  Please turn in membership forms, which you’ll receive at your first meeting with us, by September 25.  Contact Ms. Connolly or Ms. Cluxton with questions.

Come join Special Olympics Unified Soccer! Practices are Mondays and

Tuesdays. We are looking for additional peer partners for our teams. Please contact

Ms. Pehlke in D114 for more information!

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Tech crew for the fall play will begin Wednesday, September 4th. Come by the tech shop in the long hallway over by the auditorium to help build the set for the fall play and bring your signed safety sheet.

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Photography Club will have their first meeting of the year on Thursday September 5th in H122 at 2:30. It will be an informational meeting, all those interested in photography please join.

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Mandatory Rho Kappa Meeting for returning members only will be Thursday September 5th at 6:50 Am in F214. We will discuss upcoming events for the year. We look forward to seeing you there!

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ECO Club will have its first meeting on Thursday, September 5th after school in room D128.

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Mental Health Matters Club meets Tuesday, September 10th at 2:30 in H106.

See Mrs. Wange or Sra Bane with any questions!

----------

Are you interested in improvisation, stand up, or sketch comedy? Mustang Comedy (formerly Mustang Improv) will hold workshops and auditions for this year's season from Monday, September 9th through Friday, September 13th from 2:45 - 4:45 in the Black Box Theater (room A129). See Mrs. Walker or Mr. Lundy with any questions.

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Power Puff football is right around the corner. Junior & Seniors need to start forming their teams. Goto mvhs.ipsd.org, click on Athletics & register through the Intramural website. There will be a captions meeting on Sept 6th in N110 @ 2:30pm

August 30, 2019

Come join Special Olympics Unified Soccer! Practices are Mondays and

Tuesdays. We are looking for additional peer partners for our teams. Please contact

Ms. Pehlke in D114 for more information!

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Students interested in learning about our school community service club can attend the

Key Club Kick Off Event Today in the LMC.  The event will run from 2:45pm -4:00pm.  Club officers will present about our club, seek ideas for projects and students will be able to work on a service project while becoming informed about Metea's largest club at school.  Hope to see you on Friday!

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Tech crew for the fall play will begin Wednesday, September 4th. Come by the tech shop in the long hallway over by the auditorium to help build the set for the fall play and bring your signed safety sheet.

----------

Photography Club will have their first meeting of the year on Thursday September 5th in H122 at 2:30. It will be an informational meeting, all those interested in photography please join.

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Mandatory Rho Kappa Meeting for returning members only will be Thursday September 5th at 6:50 Am in F214. We will discuss upcoming events for the year. We look forward to seeing you there!

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ECO Club will have its first meeting on Thursday, September 5th after school in room D128.

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Mental Health Matters Club meets Tuesday, September 10th at 2:30 in H106.

See Mrs. Wange or Sra Bane with any questions!

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Class of 2023... Vote for your MVStudentGo Rep this Friday. Go to tinyurl.com/votemetea to cast your vote

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Are you interested in improvisation, stand up, or sketch comedy? Mustang Comedy (formerly Mustang Improv) will hold workshops and auditions for this year's season from Monday, September 9th through Friday, September 13th from 2:45 - 4:45 in the Black Box Theater (room A129). See Mrs. Walker or Mr. Lundy with any questions.

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Power Puff football is right around the corner. Junior & Seniors need to start forming their teams. Goto mvhs.ipsd.org, click on Athletics & register through the Intramural website. There will be a captions meeting on Sept 6th in N110 @ 2:30pm

August 29, 2019

Come join Special Olympics Unified Soccer! Practices are Mondays and

Tuesdays. We are looking for additional peer partners for our teams. Please contact

Ms. Pehlke in D114 for more information!

----------

Students interested in learning about our school community service club can attend the

Key Club Kick Off Event Today in the LMC.  The event will run from 2:45pm -4:00pm.  Club officers will present about our club, seek ideas for projects and students will be able to work on a service project while becoming informed about Metea's largest club at school.  Hope to see you on Friday!

----------

Tech crew for the fall play will begin Wednesday, September 4th. Come by the tech shop in the long hallway over by the auditorium to help build the set for the fall play and bring your signed safety sheet.

----------

Photography Club will have their first meeting of the year on Thursday September 5th in H122 at 2:30. It will be an informational meeting, all those interested in photography please join.

---------

Mandatory Rho Kappa Meeting for returning members only will be Thursday September 5th at 6:50 Am in F214. We will discuss upcoming events for the year. We look forward to seeing you there!

----------

ECO Club will have its first meeting on Thursday, September 5th after school in room D128.

----------

Mental Health Matters Club meets Tuesday, September 10th at 2:30 in H106.

See Mrs. Wange or Sra Bane with any questions!

----------

Class of 2023... Vote for your MVStudentGo Rep this Friday. Go to tinyurl.com/votemetea to cast your vote

----------

Are you interested in improvisation, stand up, or sketch comedy? Mustang Comedy (formerly Mustang Improv) will hold workshops and auditions for this year's season from Monday, September 9th through Friday, September 13th from 2:45 - 4:45 in the Black Box Theater (room A129). See Mrs. Walker or Mr. Lundy with any questions.

August 28, 2019

Come join Special Olympics Unified Soccer! Practices are Mondays and

Tuesdays. We are looking for additional peer partners for our teams. Please contact Ms. Pehlke in D114 for more information!

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Want to join a competitive business club? Come join the fun and see what Business Professionals of America is all about. BPA is having their first meeting of the year on Thursday, August 29th at 6:50am in the large forum room F215.  Hope to see you there. Questions? Please see Mrs. Franczyk or any of the business teachers.

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DECA meeting in D223

Thursday, August 29th 7:00 am.

Come sign up and learn what DECA has to offer

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Students interested in learning about our school community service club can attend the Key Club Kick Off Event on Friday, August 30 in the LMC.  The event will run from 2:45pm -4:00pm.  Club officers will present about our club, seek ideas for projects and students will be able to work on a service project while becoming informed about Metea's largest club at school.  Hope to see you on Friday!

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Tech crew for the fall play will begin Wednesday, September 4th. Come by the tech shop in the long hallway over by the auditorium to help build the set for the fall play and bring your signed safety sheet.

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Photography Club will have their first meeting of the year on Thursday September 5th in H122 at 2:30. It will be an informational meeting, all those interested in photography please join.

August 27th, 2019

Come join Special Olympics Unified Soccer! Practices are Mondays and

Tuesdays. We are looking for additional peer partners for our teams. Please contact Ms. Pehlke in D114 for more information!

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Want to join a competitive business club? Come join the fun and see what Business Professionals of America is all about. BPA is having their first meeting of the year on Thursday, August 29th at 6:50am in the large forum room F215.  Hope to see you there. Questions? Please see Mrs. Franczyk or any of the business teachers.

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Calling all future teachers!  Are you a leader?  Do you enjoy helping others?

Have you ever considered a career in a school?

… then Educators Rising is the place for you!

Join us every Wednesday morning at 6:55 in F214 (the small forum room).  Please turn in membership forms, which you’ll receive at your first meeting with us, by September 25.  Contact Ms. Connolly or Ms. Cluxton with questions.

----------

DECA meeting in D223

Thursday, August 29th 7:00 am.

Come sign up and learn what DECA has to offer

----------

Students interested in learning about our school community service club can attend the Key Club Kick Off Event on Friday, August 30 in the LMC.  The event will run from 2:45pm -4:00pm.  Club officers will present about our club, seek ideas for projects and students will be able to work on a service project while becoming informed about Metea's largest club at school.  Hope to see you on Friday!

----------

Tech crew for the fall play will begin Wednesday, September 4th. Come by the tech shop in the long hallway over by the auditorium to help build the set for the fall play and bring your signed safety sheet.

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Guide Right will meet today during each lunch period in Room  A133. Interested students are encouraged to attend as details for the upcoming trip to the Chicago Classic will be discussed.

August 26th, 2019

Come join Special Olympics Unified Soccer! Practices are Mondays and

Tuesdays. We are looking for additional peer partners for our teams. Please contact Ms. Pehlke in D114 for more information!

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Want to join a competitive business club? Come join the fun and see what Business Professionals of America is all about. BPA is having their first meeting of the year on Thursday, August 29th at 6:50am in the large forum room F215.  Hope to see you there. Questions? Please see Mrs. Franczyk or any of the business teachers.

----------

Calling all future teachers!  Are you a leader?  Do you enjoy helping others?

Have you ever considered a career in a school?

… then Educators Rising is the place for you!

Join us every Wednesday morning at 6:55 in F214 (the small forum room).  Please turn in membership forms, which you’ll receive at your first meeting with us, by September 25.  Contact Ms. Connolly or Ms. Cluxton with questions.

----------

DECA meeting in D223

Thursday, August 29th 7:00 am.

Come sign up and learn what DECA has to offer

----------

Students interested in learning about our school community service club can attend the Key Club Kick Off Event on Friday, August 30 in the LMC.  The event will run from 2:45pm -4:00pm.  Club officers will present about our club, seek ideas for projects and students will be able to work on a service project while becoming informed about Metea's largest club at school.  Hope to see you on Friday!

August 23rd, 2019

Come join Special Olympics Unified Soccer! Practices are Mondays and

Tuesdays. We are looking for additional peer partners for our teams. Please contact Ms. Pehlke in D114 for more information!

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Are you interested in Improvisation, Stand Up, or Sketch Comedy? Audition workshops for Mustang Comedy will be September 9 - 13th afterschool in the Black Box Theater, room A129. Mustang Comedy Info Meeting is TODAY  Friday, 9/23 from 2:45 - 3:45 in the Black Box. See you there!

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Information meeting for Science Olympiad will be Monday 8/26, 2:30 pm - 3:20 pm Room F215, Large Forum Room.  See Mrs. Stokes in G228 or G120 with questions

August 22nd, 2019

Attention all seniors!  On Friday, August 23 starting at 7am, treats will be served to all seniors as you walk into the door.  This is a great opportunity to take pictures and hang out with your friends on the first Friday of your senior year!  It's free - just remember to have your ID!

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ALL students who are interested in plays, musicals and working back stage:

 there will be a Theater Kick-Off meeting on Thursday, August 22 from 2:30-3:45pm in the Auditorium.  All students are welcome to attend and receive info about the shows, auditions and getting involved in MV Theater!

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Come join Special Olympics Unified Soccer! Practices are Mondays and

Tuesdays. We are looking for additional peer partners for our teams. Please contact Ms. Pehlke in D114 for more information!

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Are you interested in Improvisation, Stand Up, or Sketch Comedy? Audition workshops for Mustang Comedy will be September 9 - 13th afterschool in the Black Box Theater, room A129. Learn more by attending the Theater meeting

in the Auditorium afterschool on Thursday, 9/22 or the Mustang Comedy Info Meeting on Friday, 9/23 from 2:45 - 3:45 in the Black Box. See you there!

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Teacher, Freshman students and peer mentors, today is the first day for FRESH CONNECT, make sure that you check the fresh connect schedule in

he MeteaMedia website. 2nd period teachers, please help the students with t

his task, it should take less than 1 minute. Teachers, remember that we will have extra bells during all lunch periods to mark the transition between lunch and fresh connect activities.

August 21st, 2019

Attention all seniors!  On Friday, August 23 starting at 7am, treats will be served to all seniors as you walk into the door.  This is a great opportunity to take pictures and hang out with your friends on the first Friday of your senior year!  It's free - just remember to have your ID!

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ALL students who are interested in plays, musicals and working back stage:

 there will be a Theater Kick-Off meeting on Thursday, August 22 from 2:30-3:45pm in the Auditorium.  All students are welcome to attend and receive info about the shows, auditions and getting involved in MV Theater!

August 20th, 2019

Calling all future teachers!

Are you a leader?

Do you enjoy helping others?

Have you ever considered a career in a school?

… then Educators Rising is the place for you!

Join us every Wednesday morning at 6:55 in F214 (the small forum room).  Please turn in membership forms, which you’ll receive at your first meeting with us, by September 25.  Contact Ms. Connolly or Ms. Cluxton with questions.

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Attention all seniors!  On Friday, August 23 starting at 7am, treats will be served to all seniors as you walk into the door.  This is a great opportunity to take pictures and hang out with your friends on the first Friday of your senior year!  It's free - just remember to have your ID!

August 19th, 2019

Welcome back students.

Attention all seniors!  On Friday, August 23 starting at 7am, treats will be served to all seniors as you walk into the door.  This is a great opportunity to take pictures and hang out with your friends on the first Friday of your senior year!  It's free - just remember to have your ID!

June 5th, 2019

One more day of testing and then summer vacation!! Good luck students.

Attention 9th and 10th Graders--If you wish to pick up the paper copy of your PSAT 8/9 or PSAT 10 test booklet, please do so in your House by the end of the school year.  Thank you!

June 3rd, 2019

Attention 9th and 10th Graders--If you wish to pick up the paper copy of your PSAT 8/9 or PSAT 10 test booklet, please do so in your House by the end of the school year.  Thank you!

MAY 31st, 2019

Attention 9th and 10th Graders--If you wish to pick up the paper copy of your PSAT 8/9 or PSAT 10 test booklet, please do so in your House by the end of the school year.  Thank you!

MAY 30th, 2019

Attention 9th and 10th Graders--If you wish to pick up the paper copy of your PSAT 8/9 or PSAT 10 test booklet, please do so in your House by the end of the school year.  Thank you!

MAY 29th, 2019

Two Junior students, Jose Collado and Melanie Granados, are currently collecting baby clothes and select items to support TEEM MOMS in the community for the JUNIOR ENGLISH PASSION PROJECT. If you or your family know people who would be willing to donate, there are boxes outside of each house for this purpose. Please help support this worthy cause by contributing items this week. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Mansmith in H101

MAY 24th, 2019

Two Junior students, Jose Collado and Melanie Granados, are currently collecting baby clothes and select items to support TEEM MOMS in the community for the JUNIOR ENGLISH PASSION PROJECT. If you or your family know people who would be willing to donate, there are boxes outside of each house for this purpose. Please help support this worthy cause by contributing items this week. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Mansmith in H101.

MAY 23th, 2019

2019-20 AP CHEMISTRY Students

Mandatory meeting for all students taking AP Chemistry next year.

Summer work (optional), books and extended time will be discussed.  

Bring ID to meeting. Wednesday May 22 or Thursday May 23

BEFORE SCHOOL, 7:00 AM  See Mrs. Stokes with questions in G228

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Two Junior students, Jose Collado and Melanie Granados, are currently collecting baby clothes and select items to support TEEM MOMS in the community for the JUNIOR ENGLISH PASSION PROJECT. If you or your family know people who would be willing to donate, there are boxes outside of each house for this purpose. Please help support this worthy cause by contributing items this week. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Mansmith in H101.

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There will be a MANDATORY meeting for all students taking AP Bio during the 2019-2020 school year. Come to H122 either Thursday immediately after school or Friday at 7 am.  See Mrs. Turner or Ms. Corlew with any questions.  Textbooks will be handed out, and summer work will be discussed.

MAY 22th, 2019

2019-20 AP CHEMISTRY Students

Mandatory meeting for all students taking AP Chemistry next year. Summer work (optional), books and extended time will be discussed.  Bring ID to meeting. Wednesday May 22 or Thursday May 23 BEFORE SCHOOL, 7:00 AM  See Mrs. Stokes with questions in G228

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Two Junior students, Jose Collado and Melanie Granados, are currently collecting baby clothes and select items to support TEEM MOMS in the community for the JUNIOR ENGLISH PASSION PROJECT. If you or your family know people who would be willing to donate, there are boxes outside of each house for this purpose. Please help support this worthy cause by contributing items this week. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Mansmith in H101.

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There will be a MANDATORY meeting for all students taking AP Bio during the 2019-2020 school year. Come to H122 either Thursday immediately after school or Friday at 7am.  See Mrs. Turner or Ms. Corlew with any questions.  Textbooks will be handed out, and summer work will be discussed.

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Attention anyone interested in boys basketball this summer and next school year.  Please attend an informational meeting this Thursday, May 23rd at 7:00am in the F215.  If you can not attend please contact Coach Davis.  

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Congratulations to Coach Whaley on his 5th consecutive regional championship as the head girls soccer coach. Come out and support Coach Whaley and his varsity soccer team against Naperville North in the sectional semi-finals. Game is at 4:00 at East Aurora High School.

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Please come out and support boys volleyball as they play for the regional championship today at Waubonsie, game starts at 5.

MAY 21th, 2019

Are you interested in being the MV StudentGo Class Representative for your class during the 2019-2020 school year?

Candidate info is available outside of G220.

Forms to get yourself placed on the ballot are due by Monday, May 20.

The Election is Friday, May 24th.

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Attention Seniors: Senior Check Out will take place in the LMC on Monday, May 20th, and Tuesday, May 21st.  The senior check out process includes taking care of any remaining financial obligations, turning in your Chromebook, and all textbooks and library books, completing the online Senior Survey in Naviance, and submitting a final transcript form.  Seniors must complete all steps in the checkout process by Tuesday, May 21st at 2:45 PM in order to receive tickets to graduation at the graduation rehearsal on Thursday, May 23rd.  Please check the Metea Valley website for more information about what you can do ahead of time to speed up your checkout process.  Thank you for your attention to this important responsibility!

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Performance Poets! Join us tomorrow, Tuesday, May 21st after school in room H203 for our last meeting of the school year. Bring a poem that you love and want to share, as well as any original pieces you would like an audience or feedback for! Contact Ms. Porada or Ms. Aigner for more info.  

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2019-20 AP CHEMISTRY Students

Mandatory meeting for all students taking AP Chemistry next year.

Summer work (optional), books and extended time will be discussed.  

Bring ID to meeting. Wednesday May 22 or Thursday May 23

BEFORE SCHOOL, 7:00 AM  See Mrs. Stokes with questions in G228

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Attention all Seniors attending Senior Brunch on Thursday 5/23 following graduation practice. Brunch will begin at 11 am at Bobak's Signature Events in Woodridge. Please make sure to bring a Photo ID in order to get it. There will be NO tickets sold at the door.  We look forward to seeing everyone who purchased a ticket there!

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Two Junior students, Jose Collado and Melanie Granados, are currently collecting baby clothes and select items to support TEEM MOMS in the community for the JUNIOR ENGLISH PASSION PROJECT. If you or your family know people who would be willing to donate, there are boxes outside of each house for this purpose. Please help support this worthy cause by contributing items this week. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Mansmith in H101.

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There will be a MANDATORY meeting for all students taking AP Bio during the 2019-2020 school year. Come to H122 either Thursday immediately after school or Friday at 7 am.  See Mrs. Turner or Ms. Corlew with any questions.  Textbooks will be handed out, and summer work will be discussed.

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Attention anyone interested in boys basketball this summer and next school year.  Please attend an informational meeting this Thursday, May 23rd at 7:00am in the F215.  If you can not attend please contact Coach Davis.

MAY 20th, 2019

Are you interested in being the MV StudentGo Class Representative for your class during the 2019-2020 school year?

Candidate info is available outside of G220.

Forms to get yourself placed on the ballot are due by Monday, May 20.

The Election is Friday, May 24th.

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Attention Seniors: Senior Check Out will take place in the LMC on Monday, May 20th, and Tuesday, May 21st.  The senior check out process includes taking care of any remaining financial obligations, turning in your Chromebook, and all textbooks and library books, completing the online Senior Survey in Naviance, and submitting a final transcript form.  Seniors must complete all steps in the checkout process by Tuesday, May 21st at 2:45 PM in order to receive tickets to graduation at the graduation rehearsal on Thursday, May 23rd.  Please check the Metea Valley website for more information about what you can do ahead of time to speed up your checkout process.  Thank you for your attention to this important responsibility!

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Performance Poets! Join us tomorrow, Tuesday, May 21st after school in room H203 for our last meeting of the school year. Bring a poem that you love and want to share, as well as any original pieces you would like an audience or feedback for! Contact Ms. Porada or Ms. Aigner for more info.  

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2019-20 AP CHEMISTRY Students

Mandatory meeting for all students taking AP Chemistry next year.

Summer work (optional), books and extended time will be discussed.  

Bring ID to meeting. Wednesday May 22 or Thursday May 23

BEFORE SCHOOL, 7:00 AM  See Mrs. Stokes with questions in G228

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Attention all Seniors attending Senior Brunch on Thursday 5/23 following graduation practice. Brunch will begin at 11 am at Bobak's Signature Events in Woodridge. Please make sure to bring a Photo ID in order to get it. There will be NO tickets sold at the door.  We look forward to seeing everyone who purchased a ticket there!

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Two Junior students, Jose Collado and Melanie Granados, are currently collecting baby clothes and select items to support TEEM MOMS in the community for the JUNIOR ENGLISH PASSION PROJECT. If you or your family know people who would be willing to donate, there are boxes outside of each house for this purpose. Please help support this worthy cause by contributing items this week. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Mansmith in H101.

MAY 17th, 2019

Are you interested in being the MV StudentGo Class Representative for your class during the 2019-2020 school year? Candidate info is available outside of G220.

Forms to get yourself placed on the ballot are due by Monday, May 20.

The Election is Friday, May 24th.

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Attention Seniors: Senior Check Out will take place in the LMC on Monday, May 20th, and Tuesday, May 21st.  The senior check out process includes taking care of any remaining financial obligations, turning in your Chromebook, and all textbooks and library books, completing the online Senior Survey in Naviance, and submitting a final transcript form.  Seniors must complete all steps in the checkout process by Tuesday, May 21st at 2:45 PM in order to receive tickets to graduation at the graduation rehearsal on Thursday, May 23rd.  Please check the Metea Valley website for more information about what you can do ahead of time to speed up your checkout process.  Thank you for your attention to this important responsibility!

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2019-20 AP CHEMISTRY Students

Mandatory meeting for all students taking AP Chemistry next year.

Summer work (optional), books and extended time will be discussed.  

Bring ID to meeting. Wednesday May 22 or Thursday May 23

BEFORE SCHOOL, 7:00 AM  See Mrs. Stokes with questions in G228

MAY 15th, 2019

Gamers! Don’t forget our last Gamers club meeting is tomorrow! We hope to see you there

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Are you interested in being the MV StudentGo Class Representative for your class during the 2019-2020 school year? Candidate info is available outside of G220.

Forms to get yourself placed on the ballot are due by Monday, May 20.

The Election is Friday, May 24th.

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Calling all Dancers! If you are interested in auditioning for Metea Valley's Orchesis Dance Company come to our Informational Meeting May 14th @ 5pm in A133. Contact Ms. Williams for any questions.

MAY 13th, 2019

Calling all Dancers! If you are interested in auditioning for Metea Valley's Orchesis Dance Company come to our Informational Meeting May 14th @ 5pm in A133. Contact Ms. Williams for any questions.

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Are you interested in being the MV Student Go Class Representative for your class during the 2019-2020 school year?

Candidate info is available outside of G220.

Forms to get yourself placed on the ballot are due by Monday, May 20.

The Election is Friday, May 24th.

MAY 7th, 2019

Please join us tonight at MVHS Auditorium 7pm for our Seniors Black  & Gold Award Ceremony.

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Attention Seniors!  Senior Brunch will be directly following graduation practice on Thursday, May 23rd.  Brunch will be held at Bobak’s Signature Events in Woodridge from 11 am-1 pm. Tickets are $10. Tickets will be sold in the locker banks outside office E220 ( Honor House) BEFORE school on May 8, 9 , 10th. NO tickets sold at the door.  Please see Mrs. Molla or Mrs. Cluxton in E220 with questions.

MAY 6th, 2019

Attention Seniors!  Senior Brunch will be directly following graduation practice on Thursday, May 23rd.  Brunch will be held at Bobak’s Signature Events in Woodridge from 11 am-1 pm. Tickets are $10. Tickets will be sold in the locker banks outside office E220 ( Honor House) BEFORE school on May 8, 9 , 10th. NO tickets sold at the door.  Please see Mrs. Molla or Mrs. Cluxton in E220 with questions.

MAY 3rd, 2019

Free Your Mind Friday-Read our stories in LMC collaboration room

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Attention Seniors!  Senior Brunch will be directly following graduation

practice on Thursday, May 23rd.  Brunch will be held at Bobak’s Signature Events in Woodridge from 11 am-1 pm. Tickets are $10. Tickets will be sold

in the locker banks outside office E220 ( Honor House) BEFORE school on

May 8, 9 , 10th. NO tickets sold at the door.  Please see Mrs. Molla or

Mrs. Cluxton in E220 with questions.

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This week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7pm, Metea Valley presents

the musical Newsies!  Tickets are only $5 for students and $15 for adults and may be purchased at the door or online at meteamusic.org.

Thank you, and as always, Go Go Mustangs!

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Attention Students!  We want your feedback on Mustang30!  Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey on Metea Media.  Your feedback will help drive the decisions moving forward!  

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Mental Matters Meets Tuesday, May 7th in F214 after school!  All are welcome!

MAY 2nd, 2019

Thoughts Out Loud Thursday I AM lunch discussion on identity & worth in LMC collaboration room.

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This week on Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 7pm Metea Valley presents the musical Newsies! Tickets are only $500 for students & $15 for adults & may be purchased at the door or online at meteamusic.org. Thank you, and as always, Go Go Mustangs

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Attention All Gamers! Today our next gamer’s club meeting will be taking place after school in room F214. Bring games to share, & all are welcomed!

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Thanks to all who showed Noah’s story yesterday & to those who shared their stories! The link is still on Metea Media if you want your words known. Today, 3rd-7th come to the collaboration room in the LMC to discuss identity & worth. MHM has wrist bands for all who attend!

MAY 1st, 2019

Words Matter Wednesday-Lunch discussion on sexual harassment LMC collaboration room

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Tryouts for the MVHS JV & Varsity Dance Teams’ are right around the corner! Clinics will be held on Monday May 6 & Tuesday May 7 from 3:30-5:30pm in the Aux Gym & tryouts will be held Wednesday May 8 from 6-8:30pm in the Main Gym. Please attend our informational meeting on Wednesday May 1st from 2:45-3:15 in room F215!

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This week on Thursday, Friday & Saturday at 7pm Metea Valley presents the musical Newsies! Tickets are only $500 for students & $15 for adults & may be purchased at the door or online at meteamusic.org. Thank you, and as always, Go Go Mustangs!

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Gamers! Don’t forget that our next gamer’s glub meeting will be tomorrow after school, we hope to see you there!

April 29th, 2019

Motivational Monday-Jump start week with motivating quotes from staff!

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Tryouts for the MVHS JV and Varsity Dance Teams' are right around the corner! Clinics will be held on Monday May 6 and Tuesday May 7 from 3:30-5:30pm in the Aux Gym and Tryouts will be held Wednesday May 8

from 6-8:30 in the Main Gym. Please attend our informational meeting on

Wednesday May 1st from 2:45-3:15pm in room F215!

April 26th, 2019

Don’t forget that you must have an ID to get into Prom.

If you bought tickets online, please make sure to download the bar code for your tickets.

And remember ... the doors close at 8:30pm

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CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. Rob Tesmond on being named the PTSA April Tireless Teachers Award, thank you Mr. Tesmond for all you do for our students.

April 25th, 2019

Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop

in A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

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Couldn't make last week's Louder Than a Bomb Viewing, but still want to know more about

performance poetry at Metea?

Join us TODAY after school in room H203 for a spoken word poetry workshop.

We will read a poem, talk about it, and write our own

original poems inspired by the piece.

The workshop will end with an impromptu open mic

to share our works in progress.

Hope to see you there (bring a friend!)

Contact Ms. Aigner or Ms. Porada for more details.

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Literature Magazine meeting after school today at 3:30 in H103 to finalize submissions for final print.

Please be there!

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It is with great excitement that we are now going to announce the Prom Court. If you are at Prom on

Friday you will be voting for theses nominees as your Prom King & Queen. All nominees please come

down now and get your Prom Court sash.

Damien Arredondo--Jeramiah Bonner--Christopher Kiefer--Jacob Martin-- & Daniel Parker

Riley Burgoon--Madeline Crabtree--Emily DeAngelo--Jamie Janczak-- & Aimee Leal

Don’t forget that you must have an ID to get into Prom.

If you bought tickets online, please make sure to download the bar code for your tickets.

And remember ... the doors close at 8:30pm

April 23th, 2019

Guide Right will meet today during each lunch period in Room A133

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Mental Health Matters meets today at 2:30 in F214

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Seniors or Juniors attending prom and looking to be dismissed after 4th period on prom day... Print the form for prom early dismissal  from the splash page, read it carefully, have it completed, and turn into your class house in order to receive an exit slip to leave the building through the listed doors. You must show your ID when exiting with your exit slip. If your exit slip is not handed to a staff member at those doors with your ID and it doesn't match up with your parent permission form, your entry to prom will be in question. All portions of this protocol must be followed for you to be able to attend prom. See Dean Reyes for questions in the Victory House.

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Join us in the LMC Collaboration Center for April's Meet Me Where I AM conversation on Tuesday, April 23. We will be discussing the topic "What would make America great?" during all lunch periods. Snacks will be provided and lunches are welcome!

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Couldn't make last week's Louder Than a Bomb Viewing, but still want to know more about performance poetry at Metea?

Join us Thursday, April 25th after school in room H203 for a spoken word poetry workshop.

We will read a poem, talk about it, and write our own original poems inspired by the piece.

The workshop will end with an impromptu open mic  to share our works in progress.

Hope to see you there (bring a friend!) Contact Ms. Aigner or Ms. Porada for more details.

April 22th, 2019

Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Seniors or Juniors attending prom and looking to be dismissed after 4th period on prom day... Print the form for prom early dismissal  from the splash page, read it carefully, have it completed, and turn into your class house in order to receive an exit slip to leave the building through the listed doors. You must show your ID when exiting with your exit slip. If your exit slip is not handed to a staff member at those doors with your ID and it doesn't match up with your parent permission form, your entry to prom will be in question. All portions of this protocol must be followed for you to be able to attend prom. See Dean Reyes for questions in the Victory House.

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Join us in the LMC Collaboration Center for April's Meet Me Where I AM conversation on Tuesday, April 23. We will be discussing the topic "What would make America great?" during all lunch periods. Snacks will be provided and lunches are welcome!

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Couldn't make last week's Louder Than a Bomb Viewing, but still want to know more about performance poetry at Metea?

Join us Thursday, April 25th after school in room H203 for a spoken word poetry workshop.

We will read a poem, talk about it, and write our own original poems inspired by the piece.

The workshop will end with an impromptu open mic  to share our works in progress.

Hope to see you there (bring a friend!) Contact Ms. Aigner or Ms. Porada for more details.

April 17th, 2019

Attention all Rho Kappa members. Our next meeting is this Thursday 4/18 at 6:50 AM in F214. We will be discussing exec board for next year, our May service project, and upcoming AP test review. We look forward to seeing all members there!

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CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 2019’s Commencement Speakers an MC’s Amartya Dave has been

selected to deliver the Reflective Address and Rich Lazatin has been selected to deliver the Academic Address at Commencement on Sunday, May 26 at Northern Illinois University’s Convocation Center.

Olivia Carlson will be the MC for the event! Thanks to all who auditioned and to the Sudents Selection

 Committee for your outstandig choices.

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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All students registered for this May’s AP testing must attend a mandatory pre-administration session,

Thursday, April 18th, in the Auditorium.  AP Students with last names beginning with A-L will attend

 during 1st period, and AP students with last names beginning with M-Z will attend during 2nd period.

 Only students registered to take an AP exam need to attend the pre-administration session. Students in

AP classes who are not already registered to test in May do not need to attend a pre-administration session.

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ECO will be volunteering with the DuPage Forest Preserve to celebrate Earth Day on Monday April 22. See Mr. Smith in E130 for information!

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Seniors or Juniors attending prom and looking to be dismissed after 4th period on prom day... Print the form for prom early dismissal  from the splash page, read it carefully, have it completed, and turn into your class house in order to receive an exit slip to leave the building through the listed doors. You must show your ID when exiting with your exit slip. If your exit slip is not handed to a staff member at those doors with your ID and it doesn't match up with your parent permission form, your entry to prom will be in question. All portions of this protocol must be followed for you to be able to attend prom. See Dean Reyes for questions in the Victory House.

April 16th, 2019

Are you interested in trying out for the 2019- 2020 co-ed cheerleading team? Find out how you can join the 6 times state team at the informational meeting on Tuesday 4/16 at 5:30pm in the large forum F215. Boys and girls are needed!

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Attention all Rho Kappa members. Our next meeting is this  Thursday 4/18 at 6:50 AM in F214. We will be discussing exec board for next year, our May service project, and upcoming AP test reviews. We look forward to seeing all members there!

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DON’T forget that animal rehab and rescue will be meeting today after school, in room H223. We hope to see you there.

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MHM meeting today (Tuesday) after school!

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CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 2019’s Commencement Speakers an MC’s Amartya Dave has been

selected to deliver the Reflective Address and Rich Lazatin has been selected to deliver the Academic Address at Commencement on Sunday, May 26 at Northern Illinois University’s Convocation Center.

Olivia Carlson will be the MC for the event! Thanks to all who auditioned and to the Sudents Selection

 Committee for your outstandig choices.

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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All students registered for this May’s AP testing must attend a mandatory pre-administration session,

Thursday, April 18th, in the Auditorium.  AP Students with last names beginning with A-L will attend

 during 1st period, and AP students with last names beginning with M-Z will attend during 2nd period.

 Only students registered to take an AP exam need to attend the pre-administration session. Students in

AP classes who are not already registered to test in May do not need to attend a pre-administration session.

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ECO will be volunteering with the DuPage Forest Preserve to celebrate Earth Day on Monday April 22. See Mr. Smith in E130 for information!

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Seniors or Juniors attending prom and looking to be dismissed after 4th period on prom day... Print the form for prom early dismissal  from the splash page, read it carefully, have it completed, and turn into your class house in order to receive an exit slip to leave the building through the listed doors. You must show your ID when exiting with your exit slip. If your exit slip is not handed to a staff member at those doors with your ID and it doesn't match up with your parent permission form, your entry to prom will be in question. All portions of this protocol must be followed for you to be able to attend prom. See Dean Reyes for questions in the Victory House.

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Guide Right is meeting in A133 during lunch periods.

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Calling all Poets, Rappers, & Creative Writers!

Join us in room H203 Tuesday 4/16 after school at 2:45 for a screening of the documentary Louder Than

a Bomb! It is a slam poetry competition that started in Chicago in 2001. Contacts Ms. Porada or Ms. Aigner for more details.

April 15th, 2019

All students registered for this May’s AP testing must attend a mandatory pre-administration session, Thursday, April 18th, in the Auditorium.  AP Students with last names beginning with A-L will attend during 1st period, and AP students with last names beginning with M-Z will attend during 2nd period. Only students registered to take an AP exam need to attend the pre-administration session. Students in AP classes who are not already registered to test in May do not need to attend a pre-administration session.

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Fresh Connect 2019-20 program invitations were sent last Friday to those sophomore and junior students recommended. Please remember to attend the informational meeting today during the 1st 15 minutes of each lunch period at room F215 (the large Forum room).

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Free Thinkers society, aka conspiracy theories, meets this upcoming Tuesday, April 16th, before school in D105.

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Are you interested in trying out for the 2019 - 2020 co-ed cheerleading team? Find out how you can join the 6 time state team at the Informational meeting on Tuesday 4/16 at 5:30 p.m. in the Large Forum room. Boys and girls are needed!

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ECO will be volunteering with the DuPage Forest Preserve to celebrate Earth Day on Monday April 22. See Mr. Smith in E130 for information

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Animal Lovers! Don’t forget our next animal rehab and rescue meeting will be tomorrow after school. We will be discussing ready, set ride volunteer opportunity. Hope to see you there

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Seniors or Juniors attending prom and looking to be dismissed after 4th period on prom day... Print the form for prom early dismissal  from the splash page, read it carefully, have it completed, and turn into your class house in order to receive an exit slip to leave the building through the listed doors. You must show your ID when exiting with your exit slip. If your exit slip is not handed to a staff member at those doors with your ID and it doesn't match up with your parent permission form, your entry to prom will be in question. All portions of this protocol must be followed for you to be able to attend prom. See Dean Reyes for questions in the Victory House.

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Calling all Poets, Rappers, and Creative Writers!

Join us in room H203 Tuesday, April 16th after school at 2:45 for a screening of the documentary Louder Than a Bomb! Louder Than A Bomb is a slam poetry competition that started in Chicago in 2001. Once a handful of poets and MCs sharing in verse in a basement, LTAB has spread to 13 cities across the country as an annual event hosting over 1,000 youth poets for a month of Olympic-style poetry bouts, workshops, and special events. Come for the snacks and the video, and stay to hear about starting a potential slam club next school year. Tuesday April 16th H203. Contact Ms. Porada or Ms. Aigner for more details.

April 12th, 2019

All students registered for this May’s AP testing must attend a mandatory pre-administration session, Thursday, April 18th, in the Auditorium.  AP Students with last names beginning with A-L will attend during 1st period, and AP students with last names beginning with M-Z will attend during 2nd period. Only students registered to take an AP exam need to attend the pre-administration session. Students in AP classes who are not already registered to test in May do not need to attend a pre-administration session.

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Key Club members interested in running for Statistical Secretary or Senior Director [must be a current Junior] must get their Candidate slide into Mrs. Hoffert by Fri April 12 at 3:00pm to be considered for the upcoming election.

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Free Thinkers society, aka conspiracy theories, meets this upcoming Tuesday, April 16th, before school in D105.

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Are you interested in trying out for the 2019 - 2020 co-ed cheerleading team? Find out how you can join the 6 time state team at the Informational meeting on Tuesday 4/16 at 5:30 p.m. in the Large Forum room. Boys and girls are needed!

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ECO will be volunteering with the DuPage Forest Preserve to celebrate Earth Day on Monday April 22. See Mr. Smith in E130 for information

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Attention Juniors and Seniors, prom tickets are now available online at mvprom19.bpt.me for $71 each plus processing fees. In person sales will begin on Wednesday, April 17th for seniors only during all lunch periods.  Juniors AND seniors can also but their tickets in person on April 18th during all lunch periods. Remember, guest passes need to be purchased IN PERSON during the lunch periods. No guests will be admitted with an online ticket.

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Mustangs, be sure to congratulate the team of Nikhil Basu, Michael Huang, Ryan Owens, Abhi Misra, and Vignesh Swarnam on representing Metea Valley at the 2019 National Ethics Bowl at the University of North Carolina this past weekend.  The boys were one of just 24 teams from across the country to compete.  Your coach and your school are proud of you!

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Calling all Poets, Rappers, and Creative Writers!

Join us in room H203 Tuesday, April 16th after school at 2:45 for a screening of the documentary Louder Than a Bomb! Louder Than A Bomb is a slam poetry competition that started in Chicago in 2001. Once a handful of poets and MCs sharing in verse in a basement, LTAB has spread to 13 cities across the country as an annual event hosting over 1,000 youth poets for a month of Olympic-style poetry bouts, workshops, and special events. Come for the snacks and the video, and stay to hear about starting a potential slam club next school year. Tuesday April 16th H203. Contact Ms. Porada or Ms. Aigner for more details.

April 11th, 2019

Herzliche Wilkommen Schueler des Bammental Gymnasiums.

Welcome Students from the Bammental Gymnasium!  We have 14 visiting students from Germany.  They are visiting us for the next two weeks.  Please welcome them to our school and make them a part of our Metea LIFE.

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Key Club members interested in running for Statistical Secretary or Senior Director [must be a current Junior] must get their Candidate slide into Mrs. Hoffert by Fri April 12 at 3:00pm to be considered for the upcoming election.

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Donate your shoes to the Ekal Vidyalaya shoe drive! Collection boxes are located in each house. Bring

in your gently used shoes by April 12th

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Photo Club will meet today in H122 after school. We hope to see you there!

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Are you interested in trying out for the 2019 - 2020 co-ed cheerleading team? Find out how you can join the 6 time state team at the Informational meeting on Tuesday 4/16 at 5:30 p.m. in the Large Forum room. Boys and girls are needed!

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ECO will be volunteering with the DuPage Forest Preserve to celebrate Earth Day on Monday April 22. See Mr. Smith in E130 for information

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Attention Juniors and Seniors, prom tickets are now available online at mvprom19.bpt.me for $71 each plus processing fees. In person sales will begin on Wednesday, April 17th for seniors only during all lunch periods.  Juniors AND seniors can also but their tickets in person on April 18th during all lunch periods. Remember, guest passes need to be purchased IN PERSON during the lunch periods. No guests will be admitted with an online ticket.

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Mustangs, be sure to congratulate the team of Nikhil Basu, Michael Huang, Ryan Owens, Abhi Misra, and Vignesh Swarnam on representing Metea Valley at the 2019 National Ethics Bowl at the University of North Carolina this past weekend.  The boys were one of just 24 teams from across the country to compete.  Your coach and your school are proud of you!

April 10th, 2019

Starting tomorrow we will be hosting 14 students from Germany.  These students will be visiting our school as a part of our school's German Exchange Program.  Please join us in welcoming these students to Metea.

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Key Club members interested in running for Statistical Secretary or Senior Director [must be a current Junior] must get their Candidate slide into Mrs. Hoffert by Fri April 12 at 3:00pm to be considered for the upcoming election.

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Donate your shoes to the Ekal Vidyalaya shoe drive! Collection boxes are located in each house. Bring

in your gently used shoes by April 12th

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Mental Health Matters Club meets today 4/10 F214 at 2:30!  All are welcome!

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Photo Club will meet this Thursday after school in H122.

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Are you interested in trying out for the 2019 - 2020 co-ed cheerleading team? Find out how you can join the 6 time state team at the Informational meeting on Tuesday 4/16 at 5:30 p.m. in the Large Forum room. Boys and girls are needed!

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ECO will be volunteering with the DuPage Forest Preserve to celebrate Earth Day on Monday April 22. See Mr. Smith in E130 for information

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Attention Juniors and Seniors, prom tickets are now available online at mvprom19.bpt.me for $71 each plus processing fees. In person sales will begin on Wednesday, April 17th for seniors only during all lunch periods.  Juniors AND seniors can also but their tickets in person on April 18th during all lunch periods. Remember, guest passes need to be purchased IN PERSON during the lunch periods. No guests will be admitted with an online ticket.

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Mustangs, be sure to congratulate the team of Nikhil Basu, Michael Huang, Ryan Owens, Abhi Misra, and Vignesh Swarnam on representing Metea Valley at the 2019 National Ethics Bowl at the University of North Carolina this past weekend.  The boys were one of just 24 teams from across the country to compete.  Your coach and your school are proud of you!

April 8th, 2019

Tomorrow is test day juniors, sophomores and freshmen!

All juniors will be taking the SAT; and all freshman and sophomores will be taking the PSAT. Seniors will have the day for College and Career exploration.      Here are a few important test day reminders - please check for your room assignment NOW at mvtestrooms.org using your computer login.  Please remember to bring the following tomorrow: #2 pencils, a calculator, a snack, and your photo ID - remember that cell phones/smart watches are not allowed in test rooms.  Get a good night of sleep and come prepared to show off your academic skills. Report directly to your test room by 7:25 am .  Go-go Mustangs!

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Donate your shoes to the Ekal Vidyalaya shoe drive! Collection boxes are located in each house. Bring

in your gently used shoes by April 12th

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Mental Health Matters Club meets Wednesday 4/10 F214 at 2:30!  All are welcome!

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Photo Club will meet this Thursday after school in H122.

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Are you interested in trying out for the 2019 - 2020 co-ed cheerleading team? Find out how you can join the 6 time state team at the Informational meeting on Tuesday 4/16 at 5:30 p.m. in the Large Forum room. Boys and girls are needed!April 8th, 2019

April 5th, 2019

Did you miss Mustang Improv's first two shows? You have 3 more chances to see these spontaneous performers: On Friday, April 5th, five Mustang Improv members will compete against five teachers in

the 7pm Variety Show; on Sunday, April 7th at 7 pm, Mustang Improv Goes Stand Up with the On the

Fox Comedy Festival at Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora; and on May 10th at 7pm in Black Box

Theater, the shenanigans continue with Mustang Improv's final show of the season. See Mrs. Walker

 with any questions. We hope you'll come laugh with us!

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Donate your shoes to the Ekal Vidyalaya shoe drive! Collection boxes are located in each house. Bring

in your gently used shoes by April 12th

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The 2019 Student and Staff Variety Show is this Friday! Join us at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium to watch students and teachers have some fun. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults, and tickets will be

available for purchase in the Commons during all lunch periods on Thursday and Friday. See you at

the event!

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Mental Health Matters Club meets Wednesday 4/10 F214 at 2:30!  All are welcome!

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Photo Club will meet next Thursday after school in H122. See you there!

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Attention Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen - please listen for an important test day announcement.  On Tuesday April 9th, all juniors will be taking the SAT; and all freshman and sophomores will be taking the PSAT. Seniors will have next Tuesday for College and Career exploration.   Here are a few important test day reminders - please check for your room assignment today at mvtestrooms.org using your computer login.  Please remember to bring the following to testing: #2 pencils, a calculator, a snack, and your photo ID - remember that cell phones/smart watches are not allowed in test rooms

April 4th, 2019

Did you miss Mustang Improv's first two shows? You have 3 more chances to see these spontaneous performers: On Friday, April 5th, five Mustang Improv members will compete against five teachers in

the 7pm Variety Show; on Sunday, April 7th at 7 pm, Mustang Improv Goes Stand Up with the On the

Fox Comedy Festival at Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora; and on May 10th at 7pm in Black Box

Theater, the shenanigans continue with Mustang Improv's final show of the season. See Mrs. Walker

 with any questions. We hope you'll come laugh with us!

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Donate your shoes to the Ekal Vidyalaya shoe drive! Collection boxes are located in each house. Bring

in your gently used shoes by April 12th

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The 2019 Student and Staff Variety Show is this Friday! Join us at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium to watch students and teachers have some fun. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults, and tickets will be

available for purchase in the Commons during all lunch periods on Thursday and Friday. See you at

the event!

April 3rd, 2019

Did you miss Mustang Improv's first two shows? You have 3 more chances to see these spontaneous performers: On Friday, April 5th, five Mustang Improv members will compete against five teachers in

the 7pm Variety Show; on Sunday, April 7th at 7 pm, Mustang Improv Goes Stand Up with the On the

Fox Comedy Festival at Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora; and on May 10th at 7pm in Black Box

Theater, the shenanigans continue with Mustang Improv's final show of the season. See Mrs. Walker

 with any questions. We hope you'll come laugh with us!

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

----------

Donate your shoes to the Ekal Vidyalaya shoe drive! Collection boxes are located in each house. Bring

in your gently used shoes by April 12th

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The 2019 Student and Staff Variety Show is this Friday! Join us at 7:00 pm in the Auditorium to watch students and teachers have some fun. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults, and tickets will be

available for purchase in the Commons during all lunch periods on Thursday and Friday. See you at

the event!

March 22th, 2019

The Germans Exchange students are coming!  In April we will be hosting 14 students and 2 teachers from Germany as a part of our German Exchange Program.

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Did you miss Mustang Improv's first two shows? You have 3 more chances to see these spontaneous performers: On Friday, April 5th, five Mustang Improv members will compete against five teachers in the 7pm Variety Show; on Sunday, April 7th at 7 pm, Mustang Improv Goes Stand Up with the On the Fox Comedy Festival at Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora; and on May 10th at 7pm in Black Box Theater,

the shenanigans continue with Mustang Improv's final show of the season. See Mrs. Walker with any

questions. We hope you'll come laugh with us!

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Drama Club meets THIS Thursday (3/21) in the Black Box till 4:30. Hope to see you there

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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The combined hockey team of Waubonsie/Metea will play in the Combined High School State Championship against Glenbard on Friday, March 22nd. Tickets can be purchased at the United Center the day of the game, parking is free, and puck drop is at 9:15 PM.

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GRADUATING SENIORS!  If you want to audition to be a speaker at Commencement, Black & Gold Night, or Baccalaureate, you must attend the informational meeting today after school in H112 from 2:40-3:00.  This is the final meeting and the last chance to become a speaker at the ceremonies ending your Mustang careers! See you after school today!

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Donate your shoes to the Ekal Vidyalaya shoe drive! Collection boxes are located in each house. Bring in your gently used shoes by April 12th

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Have a safe and fun Spring Break.

March 21th, 2019

Guten Tag! It's German Day - Did you know that German is the #1 language spoke by native speakers in Europe?  and that Germany is the #3 Exporter in the world? Auf Wiedersehen!

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Did you miss Mustang Improv's first two shows? You have 3 more chances to see these spontaneous performers: On Friday, April 5th, five Mustang Improv members will compete against five teachers in the 7pm Variety Show; on Sunday, April 7th at 7 pm, Mustang Improv Goes Stand Up with the On the Fox Comedy Festival at Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora; and on May 10th at 7pm in Black Box Theater,

the shenanigans continue with Mustang Improv's final show of the season. See Mrs. Walker with any

questions. We hope you'll come laugh with us!

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Attentions Seniors.  Senior Road Trip is April 13th.  Parents from the Senior Road Trip committee will be available in the Commons during all lunch periods on today, March 21st to accept your registrations if you haven't already registered, answer questions about the event and hand out registration forms.  Stop by and see them!

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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are interested in helping build theater sets.

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Are you a Gamer? Have you been wanting to join Gamer's Club? Well you are in luck! Our next meeting for Gamer's Club will be tomorrow after school in room F214. All are welcome, we hope to see you there.

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Drama Club meets THIS Thursday (3/21) in the Black Box till 4:30. Hope to see you there

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in A124 after school pretty much every day to help out

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Gamers! Don't forget our next Gamer's Club meeting is TODAY after school. We will be meeting in room F214. Bring games to share, and all are welcome

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The combined hockey team of Waubonsie/Metea will play in the Combined High School State Championship against Glenbard on Friday, March 22nd. Tickets can be purchased at the United Center the day of the game, parking is free, and puck drop is at 9:15 PM.

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Congratulations to the following Men's Track & Field athletes who qualified for the Illinois Top Times Indoor State meet this weekend: Temi Osobamiro, Pryce Giwa-Osagie, Nikola Maric, Virgil Steward, Eden Sweeney, Jacob Mejia, and Sricharan Sanakkayala.  They will not only compete but also be seen by over 100 college recruiters in attendance!  Great job men!

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GRADUATING SENIORS!  If you want to audition to be a speaker at Commencement, Black & Gold Night, or Baccalaureate, you must attend the informational meeting today after school in H112 from 2:40-3:00.  This is the final meeting and the last chance to become a speaker at the ceremonies ending your Mustang careers! See you after school today!

March 20th, 2019

Nihao, Bonjour, Guten Tag, Hola Mustangs: The World Language department is  celebrating languages

and cultures through music, dance and martial arts during Mustang 30 this week. Please come to the

 auditorium and cheer for your peers! Go to Media to answer today’s cultural Trivia questions fora chance

to win a prize.

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Did you miss Mustang Improv's first two shows? You have 3 more chances to see these spontaneous performers: On Friday, April 5th, five Mustang Improv members will compete against five teachers in the 7pm Variety Show; on Sunday, April 7th at 7 pm, Mustang Improv Goes Stand Up with the On the Fox Comedy Festival at Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora; and on May 10th at 7pm in Black Box Theater,

the shenanigans continue with Mustang Improv's final show of the season. See Mrs. Walker with any

questions. We hope you'll come laugh with us!

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Attentions Seniors.  Senior Road Trip is April 13th.  Parents from the Senior Road Trip committee will be available in the Commons during all lunch periods on Thursday, March 21st to accept your registrations if you haven't already registered, answer questions about the event and hand out registration forms.  Stop by and see them!

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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are interested in helping build theater sets.

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Are you a Gamer? Have you been wanting to join Gamer's Club? Well you are in luck! Our next meeting for Gamer's Club will be tomorrow after school in room F214. All are welcome, we hope to see you there.

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Drama Club meets THIS Thursday (3/21) in the Black Box till 4:30. Hope to see you there

March 18th, 2019

Nihao, Bonjour, Guten Tag, Hola Mustangs: The World Language department is  celebrating languages

and cultures through music, dance and martial arts during Mustang 30 this week. Please come to the

 auditorium and cheer for your peers! Go to Media to answer today’s cultural Trivia questions fora chance

to win a prize.

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Did you miss Mustang Improv's first two shows? You have 3 more chances to see these spontaneous performers: On Friday, April 5th, five Mustang Improv members will compete against five teachers in the 7pm Variety Show; on Sunday, April 7th at 7 pm, Mustang Improv Goes Stand Up with the On the Fox Comedy Festival at Two Brothers Roundhouse in Aurora; and on May 10th at 7pm in Black Box Theater,

the shenanigans continue with Mustang Improv's final show of the season. See Mrs. Walker with any

questions. We hope you'll come laugh with us!

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Mental Health Matters Club meets Tuesday 3/19 in F214 at 2:30!  All are welcome!

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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are

interested in helping build theater sets

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Congratulations to the Men's Track & Field team who took 3rd place at the DVC Indoor meet on Friday.  

The team had 3 athletes earn Indoor conference championships: Temi Osobamiro in the Triple Jump,

Pryce Giwa-Osagie in the High Jump, and Mike Varzino in the 400 dash & 800 run.  Great job guys!

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ATTENTION ALL GRADUATING SENIORS: Have you always dreamed of being one of the two speakers at Commencement? Do you want to emcee this prestigious event? If so, you must attend one of three

Informational Meetings about the Commencement Speaker Audition Process on Tuesday, March 19, Wednesday, March 20, or Thursday, March 21 IMMEDIATELY AFTER SCHOOL in Room H112. Exemplar speeches, information about the two types of speeches, and the schedule of the audition process will

be shared.  You must attend one of these three meetings in order to audition, so please plan accordingly!

March 15th, 2019

Mental Health Matters Club meets Tuesday 3/19 in F214 at 2:30!  All are welcome!

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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are

interested in helping build theater sets

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

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Any IP Scholars who were unable to attend the awards night, you can still pick up your certificate in the

main office . See Ms. Davidson.

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Just a reminder to All guests that RSVP'd for the Women's History Month Workshop and Tea, that you need to report to the LMC at the start of 5th period today.

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ATTENTION ALL GRADUATING SENIORS: Have you always dreamed of being one of the two speakers at Commencement? Do you want to emcee this prestigious event? If so, you must attend one of three Informational Meetings about the Commencement Speaker Audition Process on Tuesday, March 19, Wednesday, March 20, or Thursday, March 21 IMMEDIATELY AFTER SCHOOL in Room H112. Exemplar speeches, information about the two types of speeches, and the schedule of the audition process will be shared.  You must attend one of these three meetings in order to audition, so please plan accordingly!

March 14th, 2019

Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are

interested in helping build theater sets

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

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Final Reminder for seniors!

If you have begun an application for any Metea Unified Scholarships, remember that the deadline for all applications and supporting documents is Thursday, March 14th.

Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to login and work on your application.  

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

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Any IP Scholars who were unable to attend the awards night, you can still pick up your certificate in the

main office . See Ms. Davidson.

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"Noche de Colores", the annual Latino Dance is taking place this coming Friday, March 15th. Make sure

 that you get your ticket, OLAS students are selling them during all lunch periods at the Commons. Space

 is limited and we are running out of tickets. Make sure that you get yours.

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The Women's History Month workshop and tea is Friday, March 15th.  Please remember to dress to impress, and to report to the LMC at the start of 5th period.

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Registration for the Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is going on NOW! This is the final week to register

for the Operation Snowball Retreat. Registration Packets are in ALL Class Houses AND E220 and must be turned in by Monday March 18. Please contact Mr. Solgos with any questions.

March 13th, 2019

Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are

interested in helping build theater sets

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

----------

Registration for the Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is going on NOW! This is the final week to register

for the Operation Snowball Retreat. Registration Packets are in ALL Class Houses AND E220 and must be turned in by Monday March 18. Please contact Mr. Solgos with any questions.

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Final Reminder for seniors!

If you have begun an application for any Metea Unified Scholarships, remember that the deadline for all applications and supporting documents is Thursday, March 14th.

Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to login and work on your application.  

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

----------

Any IP Scholars who were unable to attend the awards night, you can still pick up your certificate in the

main office . See Ms. Davidson.

----------

"Noche de Colores", the annual Latino Dance is taking place this coming Friday, March 15th. Make sure

 that you get your ticket, OLAS students are selling them during all lunch periods at the Commons. Space

 is limited and we are running out of tickets. Make sure that you get yours.

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The Women's History Month workshop and tea is Friday, March 15th.  Please remember to dress to impress, and to report to the LMC at the start of 5th period.

March 12th, 2019

Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are

interested in helping build theater sets

----------

Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

----------

Registration for the Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is going on NOW! This is the final week to register

for the Operation Snowball Retreat. Registration Packets are in ALL Class Houses AND E220 and must be turned in by Monday March 18. Please contact Mr. Solgos with any questions.

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Final Reminder for seniors!

If you have begun an application for any Metea Unified Scholarships, remember that the deadline for all applications and supporting documents is Thursday, March 14th.

Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to login and work on your application.  

Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

----------

Any IP Scholars who were unable to attend the awards night, you can still pick up your certificate in the

main office . See Ms. Davidson.

----------

"Noche de Colores", the annual Latino Dance is taking place this coming Friday, March 15th. Make sure

 that you get your ticket, OLAS students are selling them during all lunch periods at the Commons. Space

 is limited and we are running out of tickets. Make sure that you get yours.

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Key Club members interested in running for an officer position need to get in their candidate slide by

Tuesday March 12 at 3:00pm to Mrs. Hoffert.  Officer position information is on our Key Club website.

 

March 11th, 2019

Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are

interested in helping build theater sets

----------

Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

----------

Registration for the Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is going on NOW! This is the final week to register

 for the Operation Snowball Retreat. Registration Packets are in ALL Class Houses AND E220 and must be turned in by Monday March 18. Please contact Mr. Solgos with any questions.

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MetaNova, our most beloved firm in the VEI community, will be selling St. Patrick's Day candygrams in the commons during all lunch periods. A festive note and a sweet chocolate bar will be delivered to a special someone of your choice on March 14th during their 2nd period class. All for just $1.

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Free Thinkers Society, aka conspiracy theories club, is meeting next Tuesday the 12th, from 7:00-7:25 in D105. We are hosting a special on Disney, which is not as innocent as it seems. We hope to catch you all there.

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Any IP Scholars who were unable to attend the awards night, you can still pick up your certificate in the

main office . See Ms. Davidson.

----------

"Noche de Colores", the annual Latino Dance is taking place this coming Friday, March 15th. Make sure

 that you get your ticket, OLAS students are selling them during all lunch periods at the Commons. Space

 is limited and we are running out of tickets. Make sure that you get yours.

----------

Key Club members interested in running for an officer position need to get in their candidate slide by

Tuesday March 12 at 3:00pm to Mrs. Hoffert.  Officer position information is on our Key Club website.

March 8th, 2019

It is the final day of the Special Olympics Spirit Week. Today is all about respect!! Even if you didn’t have respect wear or spread the word to end the word gear make sure you use this day to remember that your words have power. Use this power to build people up not to tear people down. We hope this week has been enjoyable for all of you!!

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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are interested in helping build theater sets

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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on tonight at 7 PM. Come join us

 for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

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Registration for the Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is going on NOW! Registration Packets are in ALL Class Houses AND E220. Please contact Mr. Solgos with any questions.

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MetaNova, our most beloved firm in the VEI community, will be selling St. Patrick's Day candygrams in the commons during all lunch periods. A festive note and a sweet chocolate bar will be delivered to a special someone of your choice on March 14th during their 2nd period class. All for just $1.

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Free Thinkers Society, aka conspiracy theories club, is meeting next Tuesday the 12th, from 7:00-7:25 in D105. We are hosting a special on Disney, which is not as innocent as it seems. We hope to catch you all there.

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Any IP Scholars who were unable to attend the awards night, you can still pick up your certificate in the

main office . See Ms. Davidson.

----------

"Noche de Colores", the annual Latino Dance is taking place this coming Friday, March 15th. Make sure that you get your ticket, OLAS students are selling them during all lunch periods at the Commons. Space is limited and we are running out of tickets. Make sure that you get yours.

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The weight room will be closed on today March 8th.  It will reopen on Monday 3/11.

March 7th, 2019

Happy Swim Meet Day!! As many of you are helping or watching the swim meet make sure you cheer those athletes on. They have been working very hard for this meet and need your support. Today’s fun fact is about dyslexia. Dyslexia is categorized as having some sort of inability to read or comprehend texts. Dyslexia can be very different in different people and many don’t realize they have it until they have suffered with it for a long time. Tomorrow is spread the word to end the word wear. Wear respect word shirts or anything related to this awesome campaign or Special Olympics.

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Regular Registration for Advanced Placement Testing has closed, but LATE registration for AP Testing will remain open until tonight, March 6th at 11:59 PM.  AP test registration and payment must be completed online.  Students who have not registered for their AP exams by tonight at 11:59 PM  will be unable to test this year!   We are unable to register students after TONIGHT regardless of circumstance.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House or Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House.

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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on March 8th at 7 PM. Come join us

 for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

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Registration for the Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is going on NOW! Registration Packets are in ALL Class Houses AND E220. Please contact Mr. Solgos with any questions.

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Are you a Gamer? Have you been waiting for the next Gamer's club meeting? Well today is that day, and we will be meeting in room F214 after school. We hope to see everyone there!

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The weight room will be closed on Friday, March 8th.  It will reopen on Monday 3/11.

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Today is movie day for the American Sign Language Club. All students are welcome to be part of the ASL Club. The movie is being shown after school in room H109. It will have voice and captions so everyone can follow along. Hope to see you there.

March 6th, 2019

Today is rainbow day. Talk to people wearing different colors and learn new things. It is important to know what you are advocating for. Knowledge is power so learn! Today’s fun fact is about Cerebral Palsy. CP is the most common motor disability and while there is no cure various therapies can improve their quality of life. Tomorrow is the Swim Meet. Make sure you show your support for the Metea Special Olympics team by wearing special olympics gear or Metea gear.

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Regular Registration for Advanced Placement Testing has closed, but LATE registration for AP Testing will remain open until tonight, March 6th at 11:59 PM.  AP test registration and payment must be completed online.  Students who have not registered for their AP exams by tonight at 11:59 PM  will be unable to test this year!   We are unable to register students after TONIGHT regardless of circumstance.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House or Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House.

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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on March 8th at 7 PM. Come join us

 for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

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Registration for the Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is going on NOW! Registration Packets are in ALL Class Houses AND E220. Please contact Mr. Solgos with any questions.

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Gamers! Don't forget our next meeting for gamer's club will be tomorrow after school. We hope all can attend

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The weight room will be closed on Friday, March 8th.  It will reopen on Monday 3/11.

March 5th, 2019

Animal Lovers! Don't forget we will be making dog treats TODAY for a local animal shelter. We will meet in room A139 after school. See you there

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Today is Superhero day!! Show off what makes you unique! Today’s fun fact is about Down Syndrome.

Down Syndrome is when a baby is born with an extra 21st chromosome. It is the most common

chromosomal abnormality. The life expectancy of people with downs has drastically increased in

recent years thanks to new scientific and technological advances and the increased support of their well being. Tomorrow is rainbow day. Show us what makes you special by wearing a color that corresponds to

 a specific disability or one that describes you..

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Regular Registration for Advanced Placement Testing has closed, but LATE registration for AP Testing will remain open until March 6th at 11:59 PM.  AP test registration and payment must be completed online.  Students who have not registered for their AP exams by 11:59 PM on March 6th will be unable to test this year!   We are unable to register students after March 6th regardless of circumstance.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House or Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House.

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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on March 8th at 7 PM. Come join us

 for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  

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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are

 interested in helping build theater sets.

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

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Mental Health Matters club will meet at 2:30pm in F214 on today ( March 5th!)  Bring a friend!  All are welcome!

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Registration for the Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is going on NOW! Registration Packets are in ALL Class Houses AND E220. Please contact Mr. Solgos with any questions.

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Lit Mag members. Please meet in the LMC today at 2:35 until 3:30 for our meeting. All members should plan on attending. See you after school!

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Attention all students interested in joining the Ultimate Frisbee team. Today is the last day to register. You can join the team by completing the Ultimate Player Registration form at mvhs.ipsd.org. No prior experience is needed.

March 4th, 2019

Today is Rockstar day!! Show off your costumes and show the spirit of having fun with everyone regardless of anything that makes them different than you. Today’s fun fact is about Autism. Autism is the fastest growing developmental disorder. Autism can look different in each and every person ranging from someone with difficulty with social skills or sensory issues to being nonverbal. Tomorrow is superhero day. Show us how you use your unique abilities to make the world a better place.

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Regular Registration for Advanced Placement Testing has closed, but LATE registration for AP Testing will remain open until March 6th at 11:59 PM.  AP test registration and payment must be completed online.  Students who have not registered for their AP exams by 11:59 PM on March 6th will be unable to test this year!   We are unable to register students after March 6th regardless of circumstance.  If you have questions, please see Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House or Mrs. Liska in the Spirit House.

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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on March 8th at 7 PM. Come join us

 for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  

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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are

 interested in helping build theater sets.

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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in

A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.

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Mental Health Matters club will meet at 2:30pm in F214 on Tuesday, March 5th!  Bring a friend!  All are welcome!

February 28th, 2019

Attention all students interested in joining the Ultimate Frisbee team. Registration is due by this Friday, March 1st. You can register by completing the Ultimate Player Registration Form at mvhs.ipsd.org. No experience is needed to join the team.

February 27th, 2019
Registration for Spring 2019 Advanced Placement Testing ends today, Wednesday, February 27th at 11:59 PM.  AP test registration and payment must be completed online.  Please see your AP teacher, Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House, or Mrs. Liska in the spirit house with any questions!
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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on March 8th at 7 PM. Come join us
for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  
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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are
interested in helping build theater sets.
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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in
A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.
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Attention all students interested in joining the Ultimate Frisbee team. Registration is due by this Friday, March 1st. You can register by completing the Ultimate Player Registration Form at mvhs.ipsd.org. No experience is needed to join the team.
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Mental Health Matters club will meet at 2:30pm in F214 on Tuesday, March 5th!  Bring a friend!  All are welcome!

February 26th, 2019
Registration for Spring 2019 Advanced Placement Testing opened until Wednesday, February 27th at
11:59 PM.  AP test registration and payment must be completed online.  Please see your AP teacher, Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House, or Mrs. Liska in the
spirit house with any questions!
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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on March 8th at 7 PM. Come join us
for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  
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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are
interested in helping build theater sets.
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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in
A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.
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Attention all students interested in joining the Ultimate Frisbee team. Registration is due by this Friday, March 1st. You can register by completing the Ultimate Player Registration Form at mvhs.ipsd.org. No experience is needed to join the team.

February 25th, 2019
Boy Tennis tryouts start today, make sure you are registered & have a current physical. MEETING in the art hallway afterschool at 2:45pm.
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Registration for Spring 2019 Advanced Placement Testing opened until Wednesday, February 27th at
11:59 PM.  AP test registration and payment must be completed online.  Please see your AP teacher, Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House, or Mrs. Liska in the
spirit house with any questions!
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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on March 8th at 7 PM. Come join us
for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  
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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are
interested in helping build theater sets.
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Spring tech for Newsies is now underway...but don't worry because you can still come by the shop in
A124 after school pretty much every day to help out.
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Please join the Black Student Association in honoring our Black History.  Every Tuesday this month, we will be wearing African garb or the colors black (to represent the POWER behind the beauty of our skin), red (to symbolize the BLOOD shed for liberation), green (to represent the FERTILITY of the earth). You may also join us every Tuesday after school in Room D117.

February 20th, 2019
Registration for Spring 2019 Advanced Placement Testing opened on Monday, January 28th and will
remain open until Wednesday, February 27th at 11:59 PM.  AP test registration and payment must be
completed online.  Please see your AP teacher, Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House, or Mrs. Liska in the
spirit house with any questions!
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Photography Club meets today in room H122 after school. See you there!
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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on March 8th at 7 PM. Come join us
for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  
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Congratulations to the Ethics Club team of Nikhil Basu, Michael Huang, Ryan Owens, Vignesh Swarnam,
and Abhishek Misra.  The five young men won the Illinois state competition over Collinsville High School
last Friday in dramatic fashion.  The team is now one of only 24 teams left in the country and will travel to UNC Chapel Hill to compete in Nationals April 5th - 7th.  Go Go Ethical Mustangs!
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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are
interested in helping build theater sets.
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Attention All Gamers! Don't forget that Gamers Club will be meeting today after school! Bring games
to share, and all are welcome!


February 20th, 2019
Boys Tennis starts Monday 25th. Make  sure you are registered and have a current physical
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Today, we will be delivering a raffle prize to a Student Count Math Tutor.  This student's name was drawn from all the peer math tutors who volunteer during their lunch hour.   Thank you to ALL of our of our Student Count Math Tutors!  We appreciate your dedication and commitment to giving back to the Mustang student community!  Keep up the good work!   If you'd like to become a math tutor, ask your math teacher how you can sign up.  
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Registration for Spring 2019 Advanced Placement Testing opened on Monday, January 28th and will remain open until Wednesday, February 27th at 11:59 PM.  AP test registration and payment must be completed online.  Please see your AP teacher, Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House, or Mrs. Liska in the spirit house with any questions!
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Photography Club will meet tomorrow after school in H122, bring your camera and see you there.
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Are you ready for some comedy? Mustang Improv Strikes Again on March 8th at 7 PM. Come join us for laughter, spontaneous scenework, and other shenanigans in Metea's Black Box Theater. $3 advance tickets will be on sale in cafeteria March 6th-8th; $5 tickets are available at the door. ALWAYS SAY YES!  
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This past weekend the swimmers competed at the Sectional swim meet for a chance to move on to the State finals. Congratulations to Sam Kastan, Jeddrick Gamilla, Austin Martinson, and George Wang for qualifying for the State Swimming championship this weekend!
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CONGRATULATIONS to the Mustang Speech Team as it finished 12th in State this past weekend in Peoria.  It is the best Team finish for a Speech Team in our school's short history!  Our Individual Events qualifiers were:
Ayden Reed and Sara Jordan - 14th in Humorous Duet
Avyay Surampalli - 11th in Impromptu
Dhrtvan Sherman - 5th in Original Comedy and Humorous Interp.
Amartya Dave - 2nd in Oratorical Declamation
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Congratulations to the Ethics Club team of Nikhil Basu, Michael Huang, Ryan Owens, Vignesh Swarnam, and Abhishek Misra.  The five young men won the Illinois state competition over Collinsville High School last Friday in dramatic fashion.  The team is now one of only 24 teams left in the country and will travel to UNC Chapel Hill to compete in Nationals April 5th - 7th.  Go Go Ethical Mustangs!
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Attention techies....tech for the spring musical starts after school today! All are welcome if you are interested in helping build theater sets.

February 19th, 2019

Guide Right will meet today during each lunch period in Room A133. Guide Right students should plan to attend as

Guide Right will have a speaker on campus today and will be discussing upcoming off-campus trips.

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Boys Tennis starts Monday 25th. Make sure you are registered on 8 to 18 and have a current physical

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Calling all high school girls interested in trying out for the 2018-19 badminton season! Please attend

a mandatory pre-season meeting on Tuesday, February 19th at 2:30 PM in E128. If you have any

questions, please see Coach Long in E120.

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Today, we will be delivering a raffle prize to a Student Count Math Tutor. This student's name was

drawn from all the peer math tutors who volunteer during their lunch hour. Thank you to ALL of our of

our Student Count Math Tutors! We appreciate your dedication and commitment to giving back to the

Mustang student community! Keep up the good work! If you'd like to become a math tutor, ask your

math teacher how you can sign up.

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Registration for Spring 2019 Advanced Placement Testing opened on Monday, January 28th and will

remain open until Wednesday, February 27th at 11:59 PM. AP test registration and payment must be

completed online. Please see your AP teacher, Mr. Polavieja in the Merit House, or Mrs. Liska in the

spirit house with any questions!

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Please join the Black Student Association in honoring our Black History. Every Tuesday this month, we

will be wearing African garb or the colors black (to represent the POWER behind the beauty of our

skin), red (to symbolize the BLOOD shed for liberation), green (to represent the FERTILITY of the earth).

You may also join us every Tuesday after school in Room D117.

February 14th, 2019

Attention all students:  National English Honor Society will be sponsoring 'Love Your People' notes

on Valentine's Day.  Come write a note for someone special - It's free during all lunch periods in the

Commons on February 14th.
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Calling all high school girls interested in trying out for the 2018-19 badminton season!  Please attend a mandatory pre-season meeting on Tuesday, February 19th at 2:30 PM in E128.  If you have any questions, please see Coach Long in E120.
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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is April 12th-14th. Register NOW! Contact Mr. Solgos with questions. Registration materials available in E220 or your House!
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Come out to see Orchesis Dance Company's annual showcase this weekend Feb. 16th & 17th. Tickets are sold at each lunch period for only $5.00.
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The MVHS Student & Teacher Variety Show is returning in April, and it will not be complete without you!

Sign up to audition for the show today at tinyurl.com/mvvarietyshow. Auditions will take place on February

 21 and 22.
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Attention seniors!
The MVHS Unified Scholarship Application Website is now open!   The unique thing about this site is that most of these scholarships are reserved for Metea seniors.
Simply go to www.meteaunified.org to create an account and begin your application.
Because many of these scholarships require letters of recommendation, you should begin to apply today and notify the recommending adults as soon as possible.  
All information and letters must be submitted to the HONOR HOUSE by March 14th.
Please see your counselor if you have any questions.

February 12th, 2019
Attention seniors!
T
he MVHS Unified Scholarship Application Website is now open!   The unique thing about this site is
that most of these scholarships are reserved for Metea seniors. Simply go to www.meteaunified.org
to create an account and begin your application. Because many of these scholarships require letters of recommendation, you should begin to apply today and notify the recommending adults as soon as
possible.   All information and letters must be submitted to the HONOR HOUSE by March 14th. Please

 see your counselor if you have any questions.
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Attention all students:  National English Honor Society will be sponsoring 'Love Your People' notes on Valentine's Day.  Come write a note for someone special - It's free during all lunch periods in the

Commons on February 14th.
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Operation Snowball Spring Retreat is April 12th-14th. Register NOW! Contact Mr. Solgos with questions. Registration materials available in E220 or your House!
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Calling all high school girls interested in trying out for the 2018-19 badminton season!  Please attend a mandatory pre-season meeting on Tuesday, February 19th at 2:30 PM in E128.  If you have any questions, please see Coach Long in E120.
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Come out to see Orchesis Dance Company's annual showcase this weekend Feb. 16th & 17th. Tickets

are sold at each lunch period for only $5.00
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The MVHS Student & Teacher Variety Show is returning in April, and it will not be complete without you!

Sign up to audition for the show today at tinyurl.com/mvvarietyshow. Auditions will take place on
February 21 and 22.
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Starting this month, the "Meet Me Where I AM" discussions will provide monthly opportunities for students

and staff to dialogue about current topics in our nation. Please join us as we ponder the question "Why the emphasis on Black Lives Matter?" on Tuesday, February 12 during all lunch periods in the LMC Collaboration Center. Free snacks will be provided, and you are welcome to bring your lunch as well.
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Guide Right will meet today during each lunch period in Room A133.

February 11th, 2019

Attention seniors!
The MVHS Unified Scholarship Application Website is now open!   The unique thing about this site is
that most of these scholarships are reserved for Metea seniors. Simply go to www.meteaunified.org
to create an account and begin your application. Because many of these scholarships require letters of recommendation, you should begin to apply today and notify the recommending adults as soon as
possible.   All information and letters must be submitted to the HONOR HOUSE by March 14th. Please
see your counselor if you have any questions.
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SAGA is sponsoring a Hygiene Kit Drive to benefit the "The Crib," an overnight youth shelter in Chicago
that serves LGBTQ youth who have nowhere else to go. There are collection boxes in each of the houses,
and we are collecting travel size items such as shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste and lotion.
We have extended the drive through Tuesday, February 12th. Thank you for your kindness this winter.
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Attention all students interested in playing Ultimate Frisbee. A mandatory informational meeting will be held after school on Tuesday, February 12th in E230. All students interested in joining the Ultimate Frisbee team should attend. Please contact Coach Ogrodnik with any questions.
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Calling all high school girls interested in trying out for the 2018-19 badminton season!  Please attend a mandatory pre-season meeting on Tuesday, February 19th at 2:30 PM in E128.  If you have any questions, please see Coach Long in E120.
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Come out to see Orchesis Dance Company's annual showcase this weekend Feb. 16th & 17th. Tickets are sold at each lunch period for only $5.00
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The MVHS Student & Teacher Variety Show is returning in April, and it will not be complete without you!
Sign up to audition for the show today at tinyurl.com/mvvarietyshow. Auditions will take place on
February 21 and 22.
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Starting this month, the "Meet Me Where I AM" discussions will provide monthly opportunities for students and staff to dialogue about current topics in our nation. Please join us as we ponder the question "Why the emphasis on Black Lives Matter?" on Tuesday, February 12 during all lunch periods in the LMC Collaboration Center. Free snacks will be provided, and you are welcome to bring your lunch as well.

Congratulations to GIRLS BOWLING who will be advancing two bowlers to the STATE SERIES next weekend. Alicia Anton and Meredith Olef tied with an 1173 over the weekend to claim the 4th and
5th advancing positions. Bella Tiffany and Niya Blowe also had a great day and finished 21st and
49th overall. We are so proud of our 4 Sectional Qualifiers and look forward to State next weekend.
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Please join the Black Student Association in honoring our Black History.  Every Tuesday this month,
we will be wearing African garb or the colors black (to represent the POWER behind the beauty of
our skin), red (to symbolize the BLOOD shed for liberation), green (to represent the FERTILITY of
the earth). You may also join us every Tuesday after school in Room D117.
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There will be a mandatory baseball tryout meeting on Feb 14 at 2:35 in F215. Any questions see
Coach Tomczak

February 8th, 2019

SAGA is sponsoring a Hygiene Kit Drive to benefit the "The Crib," an overnight youth shelter in Chicago that serves LGBTQ youth who have nowhere else to go.
There are collection boxes in each of the houses, and we are collecting travel size items such as shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste and lotion. We have extended the drive through Tuesday, February 12th. Thank you for your kindness this winter.
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Attention all students interested in playing Ultimate Frisbee. A mandatory informational meeting will be held after school on Tuesday, February 12th in E230. All students interested in joining the Ultimate Frisbee team should attend. Please contact Coach Ogrodnik with any questions.
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Calling all high school girls interested in trying out for the 2018-19 badminton season!  Please attend a mandatory pre-season meeting on Tuesday, February 19th at 2:30 PM in E128.  If you have any questions, please see Coach Long in E120.
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Winter isn't over yet! Come to the Winter Scenes Production of Journeys this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 7 PM or 4 PM Matinee performance in the Black Box. Tickets are only $5.00 and will be sold during all lunch periods.
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There will be a mandatory baseball tryout meeting on February 14 at 2:35 in F215.  Any questions see
Coach Tomczak
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Korean club will be meeting today February 7th after school in H217! Can't wait to see you all!

February 7th, 2019

Attention all Gamers! Our next "Gamer's Club" meeting will be today, after school in room F214. Bring

games to share, and all are welcome.

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Attention Tech Crew members. We are meeting in the auditorium at 10:45 for the Yearbook photo.

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Calling all high school girls interested in trying out for the 2018-19 badminton season! Please attend a

mandatory pre-season meeting on Tuesday, February 19th at 2:30 PM in E128. If you have any questions,

please see Coach Long in E120.

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Winter isn't over yet! Come to the Winter Scenes Production of Journeys this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

at 7 PM or 4 PM Matinee performance in the Black Box. Tickets are only $5.00 and will be sold during all

lunch periods.

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There will be a mandatory baseball tryout meeting on February 14 at 2:35 in F215. Any questions see

Coach Tomczak

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Korean club will be meeting today February 7th after school in H217! Can't wait to see you all!

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Congratulations to Aaron Dively--our 2019 Poetry Out Loud Winner! Aaron will represent Metea at the

Regional competition at the Poetry Foundation in Chicago on Wednesday the 13th. Congratulations to

all who competed!

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Vending machines are not to be used when cafeteria is open. NO REFUND WILL BE MADE

FEBRUARY 6, 2019

National Hijab Day awarness is today! come during your lunch check the table of MSA and learn the true

meaning of it or even try one

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Rho Kappa will be meeting this Thursday 2/7 at 6:50 AM in F214. We need all members to attend the meeting

to hear about exciting volunteer opportunities this semester. We look forward to seeing all Social Studies

Honors Society students there!

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Students who would like to join Key Club second semester, registration is open now until Feb 7. Please see

our website for the registration process. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Povilonis, Mrs.Hoert or

Mr. Tye Fox.

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Calling all high school girls interested in trying out for the 2018-19 badminton season! Please attend a

mandatory pre-season meeting on Tuesday, February 19th at 2:30 PM in E128. If you have any questions,

please see Coach Long in E120.

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Winter isn't over yet! Come to the Winter Scenes Production of Journeys this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

at 7 PM or 4 PM Matinee performance in the Black Box. Tickets are only $5.00 and will be sold during all

lunch periods.

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There will be a mandatory baseball tryout meeting on February 14 at 2:35 in F215. Any questions see

Coach Tomczak

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Today is the last home game for our girls basketball team. Come out and support the ladies as we send o

the seniors for the last home game. The game tips o at 7:15 pm.

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Gamers! Don't forget that our next Gamer's Club meeting will be tomorrow after school! We hope to see you

there!

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Korean club will be meeting tomorrow, February 7th after school in H217! Can't wait to see you all!

January 14th, 2019

Want to celebrate identity and diversity while impacting our Metea Community? Join the I AM Initiative Student Committee on Mondays after school in D204. We will be planning current event discussions, the annual Variety Show, and other events to benefit and impact our school.

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Theater tech is looking for new techies for the winter show. If you would like to be on the tech crew meet in the scene shop, room A124, starting today after school. If you cannot make it today come out tomorrow, we work everyday after school. Find Mr. Schmela if you have questions.
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Free Thinkers Society is meeting on January 15th. We meet after school from 2:30 to 3:15 in D105. Join us for a special on Jack the Ripper!"

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Students who would like to join Key Club second semester, registration is open now until Feb 7.  Please see our website for the registration process.  Our NEXT Members meeting is Jan 24.  If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Povilonis, Mrs.Hoffert or Mr. Tye Fox.  

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Attention football players. There will be a meeting on Tuesday, January 15th at 3:00 pm in the large forum room. Come by and meet our new Head Football Coach, John Parpet. The meeting will be done by 4:00 pm.

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Come one come all to Join United Voices: a choir celebrating diversity through song. This vocal group is open to the entire school and meets Thursdays right after school in the Choir Room until 3:30.  First rehearsal is Thursday, January 17 … no audition, no experience required, and new members welcome!

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Come support Metea's CoEd Cheer defend their DVC Champion title @ Neuqua Tuesday night @ 5:00 pm

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Biology Olympiad will meet in G128 after school on Thursday at 2:35pm. The deadline to register for the test in Friday, January 18th. Please see Miss Wyss for more information

January 10th, 2019

If you are interested in girls track, there will be a mandatory informational meeting this Thursday at 2:40pm in the Large Forum room.  Please bring your phone and Chromebook.  If you have questions, please contact Coach Palgen.

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Theater tech is looking for new techies for the winter show. If you would like to be on the tech crew meet in the scene shop, room A124, starting today after school. If you cannot make it today come out tomorrow, we work everyday after school. Find Mr. Schmela if you have questions.

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The Winter Blood Drive is here! This Friday, January 11th during your lunch period you get the chance to donate blood to those in need. In the U.S itself there are an estimated 4.5 million people in need of blood.  Come to the Aux gym during your lunch period with your ID to make a difference and receive a free T-Shirt!  Spare 10 minutes and save 3 lives.

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There is a Mandatory Poetry Out Loud Meeting today after school in D204.  Please see Mrs. Aigner is you cannot attend.

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Students who would like to join Key Club second semester, registration is open now until Feb 7.  Please see our website for the registration process.  Our NEXT Members meeting is Jan 24.  If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Povilonis, Mrs.Hoffert or Mr. Tye Fox.  

January 9th, 2019

Gamers! Don't forget that this week we will be meeting for Gamers Club. It will be in F214 after school tomorrow. Bring games to share and All are welcome!

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ATTENTION MSA members: Our Tea Party is this Friday at 2:45pm in A139 bring a friend and a snack to share

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There is a MANDATORY Poetry Out Loud meeting Thursday after school in D204.  Please contact Mrs. Aigner if you can't make it.

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If you are interested in girls track, there will be a mandatory informational meeting this Thursday at 2:40pm in the Large Forum room.  Please bring your phone and Chromebook.  If you have questions, please contact Coach Palgen.

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Theater tech is looking for new techies for the winter show. If you would like to be on the tech crew meet in the scene shop, room A124, starting today after school. If you cannot make it today come out tomorrow, we work everyday after school. Find Mr. Schmela if you have questions.

January 8th, 2019

Animal Lovers! Don't forget that our next Animal Rehab and Rescue meeting is today, after school in room H223. We hope to see you there!

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Guide Right will not meet today. It will resume next Tuesday

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Vending machines are not to be used when cafeteria is open. NO REFUND WILL BE MADE