High School

June 7

Quote:  Good luck on your finals

We have important information regarding next year's schedule. If you have a conflict, you were sent an email. Please check to see if you received one and if you did please stop down or schedule an appointment to see your counselor this week! There will be no schedule changes other than students with conflicts until the final schedules come out later this summer. We will send you an email and then you can set up an appointment or email at that time. Thanks for understanding and the Student Services department wishes you a great summer!!!!

Attention Seniors! The MANDATORY graduation rehearsal is TODAY at 12:15 in the A-Gym! Attendance is required! See you there!

Students registered for AP Comp who did not pick up their summer work need to see Mr. Jenkins today

Students enrolled in AP psychology next year need to stop by Ms Damon Wynne's room to pick up summer work.

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If you're a sophomore or junior interested in exploring technologies in the field of biomedical, there is a special class for you! It is called Biotechnology in the World of Medicine and will be offered Tuesday nights first semester next year. See Mrs. Brady if interested.

If you're interested in exploring careers in the health field, there is a special class for you! It is called Health Immersions and will be offered Wednesday nights first semester next year. The course will introduce students to 15 different health careers. See Mrs. Brady if interested.

Captains practices for boys soccer starts this sunday at 6:00 at the soccer fields.  All are welcome!

All lockers need to be cleaned out by the time you leave, anything left in them will be donated this summer.

Birthdays:  Grace Henes, Allison Sommer

Events:  None

June 6

Quote:  Good luck on your finals!

Just a reminder that you are allowed to leave campus during lunches and breaks during finals, if you are late coming back you may not be able to enter your next test.  Please watch the time carefully!

We have important information regarding next year's schedule. If you have a conflict, you were sent an email. Please check to see if you received one and if you did please stop down or schedule an appointment to see your counselor this week! There will be no schedule changes other than students with conflicts until the final schedules come out later this summer. We will send you an email and then you can set up an appointment or email at that time. Thanks for understanding and the Student Services department wishes you a great summer!!!!

Attention Seniors! The MANDATORY graduation rehearsal is Thursday, June 7 at 12:15 in the A-Gym! Attendance is required! See you there!

Bagels are for sale TODAY after the first hour of finals.  Only $1.50 for your favorite bagel AND some cream cheese!

Students registered for AP Comp who did not pick up their summer work need to see Mr. Jenkins today

Students enrolled in AP psychology next year need to stop by Ms Damon Wynne's room to pick up summer work.

T-Th

If you're a sophomore or junior interested in exploring technologies in the field of biomedical, there is a special class for you! It is called Biotechnology in the World of Medicine and will be offered Tuesday nights first semester next year. See Mrs. Brady if interested.

If you're interested in exploring careers in the health field, there is a special class for you! It is called Health Immersions and will be offered Wednesday nights first semester next year. The course will introduce students to 15 different health careers. See Mrs. Brady if interested.

Captains practices for boys soccer starts this sunday at 6:00 at the soccer fields.  All are welcome!

All lockers need to be cleaned out by Thursday, anything left in them will be donated this summer.

Birthdays:  Kyle East, Logan Irwin, Travis Lybeck, Emma Schwedrsky

Events:  None

June 5

Quote:  Good luck on your finals!

Just a reminder that you are allowed to leave campus during lunches and breaks during finals, if you are late coming back you may not be able to enter your next test.  Please watch the time carefully!

We have important information regarding next year's schedule. If you have a conflict, you were sent an email. Please check to see if you received one and if you did please stop down or schedule an appointment to see your counselor this week! There will be no schedule changes other than students with conflicts until the final schedules come out later this summer. We will send you an email and then you can set up an appointment or email at that time. Thanks for understanding and the Student Services department wishes you a great summer!!!!

Attention Seniors! The MANDATORY graduation rehearsal is Thursday, June 7 at 12:15 in the A-Gym! Attendance is required! See you there!

Bagels are for sale TODAY and Wednesday before school and after the first hour of finals.  Only $1.50 for your favorite bagel AND some cream cheese!

Students registered for AP Comp who did not pick up their summer work need to see Mr. Jenkins today

Students enrolled in AP psychology next year need to stop by Ms Damon Wynne's room to pick up summer work.

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If you're a sophomore or junior interested in exploring technologies in the field of biomedical, there is a special class for you! It is called Biotechnology in the World of Medicine and will be offered Tuesday nights first semester next year. See Mrs. Brady if interested.

If you're interested in exploring careers in the health field, there is a special class for you! It is called Health Immersions and will be offered Wednesday nights first semester next year. The course will introduce students to 15 different health careers. See Mrs. Brady if interested.

Birthdays:  Carter Mrowiec, Hannah Paton

Events:  None

June 4

Quote: Two choices:  Do it now or regret it later.

Today is a regular B day, students need to report to their advisory rooms for ASR today.  We will be dismissing classes a little early today for yearbook signing and special treats.

There will be a brief HOSA meeting after school today in Mrs. Plautz’s room.

We have important information regarding next year's schedule. If you have a conflict, you were sent an email. Please check to see if you received one and if you did please stop down or schedule an appointment to see your counselor this week! There will be no schedule changes other than students with conflicts until the final schedules come out later this summer. We will send you an email and then you can set up an appointment or email at that time. Thanks for understanding and the Student Services department wishes you a great summer!!!!

Attention Seniors! The MANDATORY graduation rehearsal is Thursday, June 7 at 12:15 in the A-Gym! Attendance is required! See you there!

Bagels are for sale Tuesday and Wednesday before school and after the first hour of finals.  Only $1.50 for your favorite bagel AND some cream cheese!

Students registered for AP Comp who did not pick up their summer work need to see Mr. Jenkins today

Yearbooks will be handed out TODAY after school in the cafeteria, you must have your ID to pick up!

Students enrolled in AP psychology next year need to stop by Ms Damon Wynne's room to pick up summer work.

Good luck to the Boys Tennis team at Team State on Saturday June 9th at 9:00 a.m. at Neilson Tennis Facility.   There will be admission to both events.  Girls soccer = $5 and State Tennis = $6.  

Birthdays:  None

Events:  None

June 1st

Quote: At some point you just have to let go of what you thought should happen and live in what is happening.

Attention Seniors! The MANDATORY graduation rehearsal is Thursday, June 7 at 12:15 in the A-Gym! Attendance is required! See you there!

Bagels are for sale Tuesday and Wednesday before school and after the first hour of finals.  Only $1.50 for your favorite bagel AND some cream cheese!

Students registered for AP Comp who did not pick up their summer work need to see Mr. Jenkins today

Yearbooks will be handed out Monday after school in the cafeteria, you must have your ID to pick up!

"The new issue of the Spartan Spotlight is now available! Please pick up your copy today."

Students enrolled in AP psychology next year need to stop by Ms Damon Wynne's room to pick up summer work.

All library materials are due Friday, June 1, UNLESS you need a book for your final exam. Those books are due after your last final.

SENIORS: Items not returned will be charged to your account and the bill is due prior to graduation.

Questions? Please see the library staff.

Good luck to Ben Ruggles at state track today!

Congrats to girls soccer for their win last night, they will play at Lodi on Saturday June 2 at 1:00 admission $4

Good luck to our State Track kids today, Andrew Pahnke, Ella Weaver, Katie Rounds, Patrick Fasick

Birthdays:  Tyson Laux

Events: Tennis at Nielsen, Track at UW LaCrosse

May 31

Quote: Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace.

An community member is looking for someone to help with occasional yard work. You must be dependable and willing to do physical work. Pay is $13 an hour. See Mrs. Brady or Ms. Lowrey for details.

Students registered for AP Comp who did not pick up their summer work need to see Mr. Jenkins today

Yearbooks will be handed out Monday after school in the cafeteria, you must have your IDto pick up!

Attention Driftwood Staff. Today is our last meeting of the year. Please come and celebrate a great year's work and to begin painting our Driftwood Inspiration Board. See you after school in Mrs Gradian's room.

Students enrolled in AP psychology next year need to stop by Ms Damon Wynne's room to pick up summer work.

All library materials are due Friday, June 1, UNLESS you need a book for your final exam. Those books are due after your last final.

SENIORS: Items not returned will be charged to your account and the bill is due prior to graduation.

Questions? Please see the library staff.

Good luck  To our tennis and track state participants tonight and this upcoming weekend.

Carter Johnson

Ben  Ruggles

Simon Dingle

Logan Snelling

Ella Weaver

Andrew Pahanke

Katie Rounds

Patrick Fasick  

Birthdays: Laetitia Hollard, Aurora Legris, Cody Tormey

Events: Tennis at Uw Madison Nielson, Soccer at Goodman Sports Complex

May 30

Quote: Not until we are lost do we begin to find ourselves

An community member is looking for someone to help with occasional yard work. You must be dependable and willing to do physical work. Pay is $13 an hour. See Mrs. Brady or Ms. Lowrey for details.

Attention Driftwood Staff. Thursday is our last meeting of the year. Please come and celebrate a great year's work and to begin painting our Driftwood Inspiration Board. See you after school in Mrs Gradian's room.

Students enrolled in AP psychology next year need to stop by Ms Damon Wynne's room to pick up summer work.

All library materials are due Friday, June 1, UNLESS you need a book for your final exam. Those books are due after your last final.

SENIORS: Items not returned will be charged to your account and the bill is due prior to graduation.

Questions? Please see the library staff.

Birthdays: None

Events: None

May 29

Quote: Improvement begins with I.

"Attention seniors! The School Nutrition Department is providing all seniors with a complimentary breakfast on Wednesday, May 30--that's tomorrow! The School Nutrition Program has enjoyed serving you throughout your school career and they wish you the best of luck in all your future endeavors!"

An community member is looking for someone to help with occasional yard work. You must be dependable and willing to do physical work. Pay is $13 an hour. See Mrs. Brady or Ms. Lowrey for details.

There will be a sign up for the 2018 Cross Country season in Mr. Fischers room 306 on Wednesday May 30th at 7:30 am.  Please stop by if you are interested or plan on running Cross Country next fall.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Fischer.

Congrats to the Ultimate Frisbee team for placing sixth at the state tournament this weekend. Players, don't forget to see Mrs. Steinke for your bid doughnut!

DECA members don’t forget cake in Ms. V’s room for ASR today!

Birthdays: Jacob Brendemuehl, Aiden Burkeland

Events: Golf at Platteville, varsity Baseball at Evansville, Varsity Softball at Home

May 25

Quote: Don’t look back, the future is forward.

Do you like meeting new people? Do you like learning about different cultures? Do you like food? Join the Multicultural Club at MHS next year. There will be an informational meeting on Thursday, May 31 after school in Room 210. A goal of the club will be to provide new cultural perspectives for MHS students as well as the McFarland community as a whole. Be there to learn more about this exciting, new opportunity! People from all types of backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Food will be provided! Let’s celebrate our diversity!!!

Would you like to work shifts in a food cart that is typically located in Madison and at special events? FIBS is looking for help for short shifts--11-2 p.m and 5-8 p.m. and pays $12 an hour plus tips that could result in upwards of $20 total an hour. See Mrs. Brady for contact information or watch for the FIBS food cart at the McFarland Memorial Day parade.

"All students who are registered for AP United States History next year, please stop by Mr. Touhey's Room (211) to pick up a copy of your summer reading assignment."

"Attention AP US History and AP Government students-- remember to get your permission slips signed and turned in to Ms. Damon-Wynne or Mr. Touhey ASAP."

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Any students who signed up for AP Lit next year should report to Mr. Rogness’s room at 3:30 for a meeting on summer expectations.  If you can’t make this meeting, there will be another meeting next Thursday at 3:30.

Birthdays: Avery Lawrence, Tanner Wilson

Weekend Birthdays:  Sean Baek, Kassie Chapman, Ashley Bindl, Grace Stoneman, Natasha HOlt

Events: Pep Band Concert, 7:30

Now stand up and cheer, your Ultimate Frisbee team is going to state!

May 24

Quote:  You make mistakes, mistakes don’t make you.

Do you like meeting new people? Do you like learning about different cultures? Do you like food? Join the Multicultural Club at MHS next year. There will be an informational meeting on Thursday, May 31 after school in Room 210. A goal of the club will be to provide new cultural perspectives for MHS students as well as the McFarland community as a whole. Be there to learn more about this exciting, new opportunity! People from all types of backgrounds are encouraged to attend. Food will be provided! Let’s celebrate our diversity!!!

Would you like to work shifts in a food cart that is typically located in Madison and at special events? FIBS is looking for help for short shifts--11-2 p.m and 5-8 p.m. and pays $12 an hour plus tips that could result in upwards of $20 total an hour. See Mrs. Brady for contact information or watch for the FIBS food cart at the McFarland Memorial Day parade.

If you ride the bus, please listen up!

Friday, May 25th, the bus company will be running modified routes. Please call Denise at 608-205-9040 if you need bus transportation on Friday! They will only transport those students who call to indicate they need a ride.

"All students who are registered for AP United States History next year, please stop by Mr. Touhey's Room (211) to pick up a copy of your summer reading assignment."

NHS will hold its last meeting of the year this Friday at 730 IN MS BAZAN’S ROOM. We will have donuts and vote for officers- please bring a pen.

"Attention AP US History and AP Government students-- remember to get your permission slips signed and turned in to Ms. Damon-Wynne or Mr. Touhey ASAP."

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Any students who signed up for AP Lit next year should report to Mr. Rogness’s room at 3:30 for a meeting on summer expectations.  If you can’t make this meeting, there will be another meeting next Thursday at 3:30.

Birthdays: Eli Gerard, Ryan Hansen

Events: Track at Lancaster, Soccer at Madison College, Freshman Baseball at DeForest, Varsity Baseball at Stoughton, Softball at Home

May 23

Quote:  Care about what other people think and you will always be their prisoner.

Would you like to work shifts in a food cart that is typically located in Madison and at special events? FIBS is looking for help for short shifts--11-2 p.m and 5-8 p.m. and pays $12 an hour plus tips that could result in upwards of $20 total an hour. See Mrs. Brady for contact information or watch for the FIBS food cart at the McFarland Memorial Day parade.

If you ride the bus, please listen up!

Friday, May 25th, the bus company will be running modified routes. Please call Denise at 608-205-9040 if you need bus transportation on Friday! They will only transport those students who call to indicate they need a ride.

"All students who are registered for AP United States History next year, please stop by Mr. Touhey's Room (211) to pick up a copy of your summer reading assignment."

NHS will hold its last meeting of the year this Friday at 730 IN MS BAZAN’S ROOM. We will have donuts and vote for officers- please bring a pen.

"Attention AP US History and AP Government students-- remember to get your permission slips signed and turned in to Ms. Damon-Wynne or Mr. Touhey ASAP."

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Any students who signed up for AP Lit next year should report to Mr. Rogness’s room at 3:30 for a meeting on summer expectations.  If you can’t make this meeting, there will be another meeting next Thursday at 3:30.

Birthdays: Katrina Baggs

Events: Varsity Softball at Home, Tennis at East Troy, JV and Varsity Baseball at Marshall, Choir Concert, 7:30

May 22

Quote:  May your day be filled with good thoughts, kind people and happy moments!

If you ride the bus, please listen up!

Friday, May 25th, the bus company will be running modified routes. Please call Denise at 608-205-9040 if you need bus transportation on Friday! They will only transport those students who call to indicate they need a ride.

"All students who are registered for AP United States History next year, please stop by Mr. Touhey's Room (211) to pick up a copy of your summer reading assignment."

NHS will hold its last meeting of the year this Friday at 730 IN MS BAZAN’S ROOM. We will have donuts and vote for officers- please bring a pen.

"Attention AP US History and AP Government students-- remember to get your permission slips signed and turned in to Ms. Damon-Wynne or Mr. Touhey ASAP."

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Name of the Game in Monona is looking for employees. Are you interested in retail? Stop by the store for an application! See Mrs. Brady for details.

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Are you looking for a full-time, local job? Ferguson is hiring. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Birthdays: Tenzin Guerek

Events: Golf at Castle Rock at Northern Bay

May 21

Quote:  A smart person knows what to say, a wise person knows whether to say it or not

If you ride the bus, please listen up!

Friday, May 25th, the bus company will be running modified routes. Please call Denise at 608-205-9040 if you need bus transportation on Friday! They will only transport those students who call to indicate they need a ride.

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Name of the Game in Monona is looking for employees. Are you interested in retail? Stop by the store for an application! See Mrs. Brady for details.

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Are you looking for a full-time, local job? Ferguson is hiring. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Here are your new student council leaders!

Class of 2019

Pres erin Thiede

Vp quinton Brandt

Treasurer Caleb Blair

Secretary Megan Jansen

Class of 2020

Pres Callie Korth

Vp Kenzie Gillen

Treas Maddie Johnson

Sec Sadie McCaulley

Class of 2021

Pres luke Mandli

Vp Olivia pili

Treas will karls

Sec Lizzie maly

Birthdays: Libby Dommisse

Events: Varsity and JV Baseball at Marshall, Track at Turner, Soccer at Home

May 18

Quote:  If at first you don’t succeed, then skydiving is not for you.

Girls golf meeting for those interested in playing girls golf next fall Monday morning at 7:30 in room 172.

Bucky's rentals is looking for summer help. Must be hardworking with a great attitude. See the Job wall next to Student Services for details.

"Hey! Calling all bike riders! Looking for something to do on Fridays over the summer? Check out McFarland Recreation's Bicycling Wisconsin program - where participants are given the opportunity to explore many of Wisconsin's trails, on two wheels! We'll be taking 5 trips this year. Check out MRAPNews.com for more information and to register."

Seniors to check their email for a survey for Spartan Spotlight

Anyone interested in trying out for VB next fall should attend a meeting Monday, May 21st at 7:25am in Room 110.

Seniors,

Get your roller coaster riding selves ready because we finally have enough signed up to go!  We are still taking permission slips today if you are wanting to sign up.

Also please fill out the Senior Parade and 10 Seconds of Fame Google Docs that were sent out last week.  As a reminder, the Senior Parade will be Tuesday, June 5 during A day Block 3 final.  You will need to make arrangements with your teacher if you plan on attending the entire parade.  

Finish strong - Graduation is only 4 weeks away!!

Seniors, well done yesterday! Your Senior Exit Interviewers were so impressed. Many spoke of how unique you are. They truly enjoyed speaking with you. Way to show Spartan  Pride!

Today we honor Aly and all those affected by Neuroendocrine Cancer by wearing purple. 12,000 new cases occur each year in the US and we have been working all week to raise money to help Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle raise money for cancer research at the Carbonne Cancer Center at UW Hospital. Don't forget about Teacher in Jail day each hour today and help us raise more money!!

Birthdays: Kaleb Haefner, Alexcia Johnson, Isaac McNurlen

Weekend Birthdays: Sarah Blakeslee, Anna Nachreiner

Events: Varsity and JV Baseball at Monona Grove, Varsity and JV Softball at Home, Soccer at Home

Weekend Events: None

May 17

Quote:  Some people look for a beautiful place.  Others make a place beautiful.

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Are you thinking of pursuing a health sciences career and would like to become a certified nursing assistant? A CNA course will be offered in Monona 3 nights a week first semester next year. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Good luck to spartan ultimate on their last play-in game for state. They play Sun Prairie at Cardinal Heights Middle school at 6pm. Come cheer them on!

Girls golf meeting for those interested in playing girls golf next fall Monday morning at 7:30 in room 172.

Library study hall students please report to room 171 fthis week for study hall.

Bucky's rentals is looking for summer help. Must be hardworking with a great attitude. See the Job wall next to Student Services for details.

"Hey! Calling all bike riders! Looking for something to do on Fridays over the summer? Check out McFarland Recreation's Bicycling Wisconsin program - where participants are given the opportunity to explore many of Wisconsin's trails, on two wheels! We'll be taking 5 trips this year. Check out MRAPNews.com for more information and to register."

Seniors to check their email for a survey for Spartan Spotlight

Anyone interested in trying out for VB next fall should attend a meeting Monday, May 21st at 7:25am in Room 110.

Seniors,

Please check your email for urgent information regarding the Senior Class Trip.  If we do not have a minimum of 50 students signed up by Friday we will cancel the trip and you will be charged for the nonrefundable cost.

Also please fill out the Senior Parade and 10 Seconds of Fame Google Docs that were sent out last week.  As a reminder, the Senior Parade will be Tuesday, June 5 during A day Block 3 final.  You will need to make arrangements with your teacher if you plan on attending the entire parade.  

Finish strong - Graduation is only 4 weeks away!!

Student Council Officer voting will take place today and tomorrow during ASR and Lunch in the Cafeteria. Have your voice heard and vote for your representatives.  Teachers, please show the speech videos relevant for your class at the end of the announcements today.

Seniors! Your Senior Exit Interviews TODAY. Be sure to dress for success and to check your interview time. Plan to arrive at the gym 5 minutes early. Interview schedules are posted around first floor. Questions? See Mrs. Brady

Today we wear black to honor those that have fought melanoma, or skin cancer. Skin cancer is the number one type of cancer in the United States. This year alone, 178,000 new cases of melanoma will be diagnosed, and each hour someone dies from it in the US. Remember to always wear sunscreen when outdoors! Today you can wear black/black ribbons or pay $1 to wear sunglasses! Tomorrow we ask all to wear purple in honor of Aly AND it's the 2nd ANNUAL TEACHER IN JAIL DAY!!! Bring your cash!!

FRIDAY:

Today we honor Aly and all those affected by Neuroendocrine Cancer by wearing purple. 12,000 new cases occur each year in the US and we have been working all week to raise money to help Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle raise money for cancer research at the Carbonne Cancer Center at UW Hospital. Don't forget about Teacher in Jail day each hour today and help us raise more money!!

Birthdays: Skye Eliadias, Lexy Meicher, Karis Rogers, Savon Vanderbloemen

Events: Varsity and JV Baseball at Brodhead, JV2 Baseball at MG, Varsity and JV Softball at Home, Soccer at MATC

May 16

Quote:  You can’t please everyone, you aren’t pizza.

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Are you thinking of pursuing a health sciences career and would like to become a certified nursing assistant? A CNA course will be offered in Monona 3 nights a week first semester next year. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Link Leader Applicants:  Please check your email for information on Link Crew 2018.  See Ms. Nichols, Mr. Piovanetti, or Mrs. Moore right away if you have questions or would like to discuss the email.  A sincere thank you to all the students that applied, as you are ALL capable of making our school better!

Library study hall students please report to room 171 fthis week for study hall.

Please read Tuesday and Wednesday ONLY:

Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors:  Your student council elections are THIS WEEK on Thursday and Friday.  Make sure that you vote in the cafeteria during ASR or lunch.  

Students just a reminder that there is AP testing this week in the library.  Please respect the test takers and by extra quiet if you are needing to come to the office or Student Services office.

Seniors,

Please check your email for urgent information regarding the Senior Class Trip.  If we do not have a minimum of 50 students signed up by Friday we will cancel the trip and you will be charged for the nonrefundable cost.

Also please fill out the Senior Parade and 10 Seconds of Fame Google Docs that were sent out last week.  As a reminder, the Senior Parade will be Tuesday, June 5 during A day Block 3 final.  You will need to make arrangements with your teacher if you plan on attending the entire parade.  

Finish strong - Graduation is only 4 weeks away!!

There will be a  meeting for those interested in playing girls golf next fall.   Monday morning at 7:30 in room 172.

Seniors! Your Senior Exit Interviews are Thursday morning. Be sure to dress for success and to check your interview time. Plan to arrive at the gym 5 minutes early. Interview schedules are posted around first floor. Questions? See Mrs. Brady

Birthdays: None

Events: Golf at Riverside, Scholarship Night

May 15

Quote:  Be a warrior, not a worrier.

Today we honor those affected by brain cancer.  Right now more than 700,000 Americans are living with brain tumors, and another 79,000 will be diagnosed this year. Only 34% of those diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor will survive. Help us support cancer awareness week by wearing grey today or buying a grey ribbon and purchasing Cancer Sucks suckers at lunch. Tomorrow we ask you to wear yellow/gold in honor of all those affected by childhood cancer

Library study hall students please report to room 171 fthis week for study hall.

Please read Tuesday and Wednesday ONLY:

Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors:  Your student council elections are THIS WEEK on Thursday and Friday.  Make sure that you vote in the cafeteria during ASR or lunch.  

Students just a reminder that there is AP testing this week in the library.  Please respect the test takers and by extra quiet if you are needing to come to the office or Student Services office.

Seniors,

Please check your email for urgent information regarding the Senior Class Trip.  If we do not have a minimum of 50 students signed up by Friday we will cancel the trip and you will be charged for the nonrefundable cost.

Also please fill out the Senior Parade and 10 Seconds of Fame Google Docs that were sent out last week.  As a reminder, the Senior Parade will be Tuesday, June 5 during A day Block 3 final.  You will need to make arrangements with your teacher if you plan on attending the entire parade.  

Finish strong - Graduation is only 4 weeks away!!

Birthdays: Chloe Dettmers, Claire Hall, Rachel Hansen, Kaitlynn Hawkins, Jacob Hummer, Amber Messany        

Events: Varsity Baseball at Home, Varsity and JV Softball at Brodhead, Tennis at DeForest

May 14

Quote:  You alone are enough, you have nothing to prove to anyone!

YOU NEED PANCAKES, AND KIDS NEED DESKS. A match made in heaven. Head down to the food court during ASR for a helping of pancakes and bacon or sausage. Price is $3 per plate. It's for a good cause!

Are you a senior interested in healthcare but not sure exactly what that might look like? UW Health offers a Pharmacy Tech training opportunity at no cost with paid training. It is an accredited 18-week program including classroom, lab, and clinical training. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Library study hall students please report to room 171 fthis week for study hall.

"Hey Seniors! Please check your email for the 10 Seconds of Fame and Senior Parade google forms! Also: If you plan to attend the class trip to Six Flags Great America, please return your permission slip to the main office!! The deadline to turn it in is Wednesday, May 23!"

Are you looking for a job? True Value across the street is hiring for both the greenhouse and inside the store. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Anyone interested in trying out for the HS volleyball program should attend a meeting on Monday morning, May 21st at 7:25am in Room 110.  

This week is Cancer Awareness week to support Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle. Today we recognize those affected by Breast Cancer by wearing pink. 1 in 8 women are expected to get breast cancer during her lifetime, and in 2018 alone, there will be nearly 266,000 new cases in the US. Today you can support us by buying pink ribbons and participating in the bake sale at lunch. Tomorrow wear grey for brain cancer, and don't forget to save your money for teacher in jail day on Friday!

Please read Tuesday and Wednesday ONLY:

Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors:  Your student council elections are THIS WEEK on Thursday and Friday.  Make sure that you vote in the cafeteria during ASR or lunch.  

Students just a reminder that there is AP testing this week in the library.  Please respect the test takers and by extra quiet if you are needing to come to the office or Student Services office.

Birthdays:  None        

Events: Varsity and JV Baseball at Home, Varsity Softball at Home, Soccer at Evansville

May 11

Quote:  Not all who wander are lost.  Some are just looking for garage sales.

Are you a senior interested in healthcare but not sure exactly what that might look like? UW Health offers a Pharmacy Tech training opportunity at no cost with paid training. It is an accredited 18-week program including classroom, lab, and clinical training. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Library study hall students please report to room 171 for the next two weeks of study hall.

"Hey Seniors! Please check your email for the 10 Seconds of Fame and Senior Parade google forms! Also: If you plan to attend the class trip to Six Flags Great America, please return your permission slip to the main office!! The deadline to turn it in is Wednesday, May 23!"

Are you looking for a job? True Value across the street is hiring for both the greenhouse and inside the store. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Starting 14th

Anyone interested in trying out for the HS volleyball program should attend a meeting on Monday morning, May 21st at 7:25am in Room 110.  

Join us on Monday May 14th during ASR for a pancake breakfast fundraiser in the cafeteria. MUN is raising money to help Kids In Need of Desks. You probably take the desk you're sitting at right now for granted.  But everyday, millions of children across Africa struggle to learn while sitting on the ground. Giving them a desk, where they can write and learn, is the first step toward keeping eager young students in school. $55 will provide a desk and bench for two students. We're hoping to furnish an entire classroom. So please join us on May 14. Every pancake you buy will help. Freshman and sophomores, your ASR teacher can excuse you to come down to the lunchroom to get your pancakes. See you there!

Next week will be the FIRST ANNUAL Cancer Awareness Week at MHS, sponsored by NHS. Each day we will raise awareness of different types of cancer and raise money to be donated to Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle.Colored ribbons will be for sale each day for .50, "Cancer Sucks" on Tuesday, Bake Sale on Monday, and the ever-popular Teacher in Jail day on Friday!

Monday-pink for breast cancer

Tuesday- Grey for brain cancer

Wednesday- Yellow for childhood cancer

Thursday- Black for Melanoma

Friday- Purple- Neuroendocrine Cancer

Students just a reminder that there is AP testing for the next two weeks in the library.  Please respect the test takers and by extra quiet if you are needing to come to the office or Student Services office.

Birthdays:  Special happy birthday to Dr. Matt Levin!

Weekend Birthdays:  Manny Escobedo, Kodiak Dennis, Elizabeth Sterner, Robbie VanZante

Events: Varsity and JV Baseball at Whitewater, Varsity Softball at Home, Tennis at Waunakee, Soccer at Home

Weekend Events:  Varsity and JV Baseball at Sauk/Dodgeville, Track at Jefferson

May 10

Quote: Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground

Are you a senior interested in healthcare but not sure exactly what that might look like? UW Health offers a Pharmacy Tech training opportunity at no cost with paid training. It is an accredited 18-week program including classroom, lab, and clinical training. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Library study hall students please report to room 171 for the next two weeks of study hall.

"Hey Seniors! Please check your email for the 10 Seconds of Fame and Senior Parade google forms! Also: If you plan to attend the class trip to Six Flags Great America, please return your permission slip to the main office!! The deadline to turn it in is Wednesday, May 23!"

Are you looking for a job? True Value across the street is hiring for both the greenhouse and inside the store. See Mrs. Brady for details.

NHS will meet this Friday at 7:30 in Ms. Bazan’s room to plan for Cancer Awareness week.

Starting 14th

Anyone interested in trying out for the HS volleyball program should attend a meeting on Monday morning, May 21st at 7:25am in Room 110.  

Join us on Monday May 14th during ASR for a pancake breakfast fundraiser in the cafeteria. MUN is raising money to help Kids In Need of Desks. You probably take the desk you're sitting at right now for granted.  But everyday, millions of children across Africa struggle to learn while sitting on the ground. Giving them a desk, where they can write and learn, is the first step toward keeping eager young students in school. $55 will provide a desk and bench for two students. We're hoping to furnish an entire classroom. So please join us on May 14. Every pancake you buy will help. Freshman and sophomores, your ASR teacher can excuse you to come down to the lunchroom to get your pancakes. See you there!

Next week will be the FIRST ANNUAL Cancer Awareness Week at MHS, sponsored by NHS. Each day we will raise awareness of different types of cancer and raise money to be donated to Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle.Colored ribbons will be for sale each day for .50, "Cancer Sucks" on Tuesday, Bake Sale on Monday, and the ever-popular Teacher in Jail day on Friday!

Monday-pink for breast cancer

Tuesday- Grey for brain cancer

Wednesday- Yellow for childhood cancer

Thursday- Black for Melanoma

Friday- Purple- Neuroendocrine Cancer

Students just a reminder that there is AP testing for the next two weeks in the library.  Please respect the test takers and by extra quiet if you are needing to come to the office or Student Services office.

Birthdays:  Leah Caple, Isaac Sterner

Events: Varsity and JV Baseball at Jefferson, Golf at Brodhead, Varsity and JV Softball at Home, Tennis at UW Whitewater,

May 9

Quote:  Be the type of person you want to meet.

Library study hall students please report to room 171 for the next two weeks of study hall.

"Hey Seniors! Please check your email for the 10 Seconds of Fame and Senior Parade google forms! Also: If you plan to attend the class trip to Six Flags Great America, please return your permission slip to the main office!! The deadline to turn it in is Wednesday, May 23!"

NHS will meet this Friday at 7:30 in Ms. Bazan’s room to plan for Cancer Awareness week.

Starting 14th

Anyone interested in trying out for the HS volleyball program should attend a meeting on Monday morning, May 21st at 7:25am in Room 110.  

A reminder to all US History students to report to the auditorium from 9-10 am to listen to the panel of Vietnam Veterans.

Join us on Monday May 14th during ASR for a pancake breakfast fundraiser in the cafeteria. MUN is raising money to help Kids In Need of Desks. You probably take the desk you're sitting at right now for granted.  But everyday, millions of children across Africa struggle to learn while sitting on the ground. Giving them a desk, where they can write and learn, is the first step toward keeping eager young students in school. $55 will provide a desk and bench for two students. We're hoping to furnish an entire classroom. So please join us on May 14. Every pancake you buy will help. Freshman and sophomores, your ASR teacher can excuse you to come down to the lunchroom to get your pancakes. See you there!

Next week will be the FIRST ANNUAL Cancer Awareness Week at MHS, sponsored by NHS. Each day we will raise awareness of different types of cancer and raise money to be donated to Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle.Colored ribbons will be for sale each day for .50, "Cancer Sucks" on Tuesday, Bake Sale on Monday, and the ever-popular Teacher in Jail day on Friday!

Monday-pink for breast cancer

Tuesday- Grey for brain cancer

Wednesday- Yellow for childhood cancer

Thursday- Black for Melanoma

Friday- Purple- Neuroendocrine Cancer

Students just a reminder that there is AP testing for the next two weeks in the library.  Please respect the test takers and by extra quiet if you are needing to come to the office or Student Services office.

Birthdays:  Max hanson, Tyler White

Events: None

May 8

Quote:  Always be a first rate version of yourself instead of a second rate version of somebody else.

Library study hall students please report to room 171 for the next two weeks of study hall.

"Attention Seniors! Please check your email for a "10 Seconds of Fame" Google Form. Responses will be read after your name is read at the graduation ceremony.

NHS will meet this Friday at 7:30 in Ms. Bazan’s room to plan for Cancer Awareness week.

Starting 14th

Anyone interested in trying out for the HS volleyball program should attend a meeting on Monday morning, May 21st at 7:25am in Room 110.  

Wed.

A reminder to all US History students to report to the auditorium from 9-10 am to listen to the panel of Vietnam Veterans.

Join us on Monday May 14th during ASR for a pancake breakfast fundraiser in the cafeteria. MUN is raising money to help Kids In Need of Desks. You probably take the desk you're sitting at right now for granted.  But everyday, millions of children across Africa struggle to learn while sitting on the ground. Giving them a desk, where they can write and learn, is the first step toward keeping eager young students in school. $55 will provide a desk and bench for two students. We're hoping to furnish an entire classroom. So please join us on May 14. Every pancake you buy will help. Freshman and sophomores, your ASR teacher can excuse you to come down to the lunchroom to get your pancakes. See you there!

Next week will be the FIRST ANNUAL Cancer Awareness Week at MHS, sponsored by NHS. Each day we will raise awareness of different types of cancer and raise money to be donated to Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle.Colored ribbons will be for sale each day for .50, "Cancer Sucks" on Tuesday, Bake Sale on Monday, and the ever-popular Teacher in Jail day on Friday!

Monday-pink for breast cancer

Tuesday- Grey for brain cancer

Wednesday- Yellow for childhood cancer

Thursday- Black for Melanoma

Friday- Purple- Neuroendocrine Cancer

Students just a reminder that there is AP testing for the next two weeks in the library.  Please respect the test takers and by extra quiet if you are needing to come to the office or Student Services office.

Birthdays:  Morgan Mietz, Nicole Stubbe, Colby Trautner, Taylor Vogel

Events: Varsity and JV Baseball at Home, Golf at Edgerton, Varsity and JV Softball at Jefferson, Tennis at Sauk Prairie, Soccer at Monona Grove

May 7

Quote:  To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.

Library study hall students please report to room 171 for the next two weeks of study hall.

"Attention Seniors! Please check your email for a "10 Seconds of Fame" Google Form. Responses will be read after your name is read at the graduation ceremony.

NHS will meet this Friday at 7:30 in the choir room to plan for Cancer Awareness week.

Next week will be the FIRST ANNUAL Cancer Awareness Week at MHS, sponsored by NHS. Each day we will raise awareness of different types of cancer and raise money to be donated to Aly's Honky Tonk Hustle.Colored ribbons will be for sale each day for .50, "Cancer Sucks" on Tuesday, Bake Sale on Monday, and the ever-popular Teacher in Jail day on Friday!

Monday-pink for breast cancer

Tuesday- Grey for brain cancer

Wednesday- Yellow for childhood cancer

Thursday- Black for Melanoma

Friday- Purple- Neuroendocrine Cancer

Seniors please report to the Aud for Advisory today!

Are you interested in a healthcare career and taking a certified nursing assistant class in the fall? You must be 16 years old and have Block 4 open Semester 1. The CNA class will be in Stoughton. See Mrs. Brady for details.

Link Leader Interview times will be posted by noon today in the hallway outside of room 164.  Students will also receive an email confirmation of the time.  Interviews will take place in room 164.

Thursday - Link Leader interviews are today beginning in Room 164 at 8:00 AM.  Please check your email or the posting outside of room 164.

Students just a reminder that there is AP testing for the next two weeks in the library.  Please respect the test takers and by extra quiet if you are needing to come to the office or Student Services office.

Seniors: do you need a summer job or want to pick something up that will take you into fall? Look at the Remedy Staffing sheet on the Jobs Wall next to Student Services. Temporary jobs range from $10-$18 an hour. Questions? See Mrs. Brady

Birthdays:  Sarah VanZante

Events: JV 2 Baseball at Home, Track at Home, Golf at Edgerton, Varsity and JV Softball at Clinton, Tennis at Jefferson, soccer at Edgerton, Music Awards 7:30