Lunch money notices were sent home. If you have a check in your pocket or back pack please drop it off in the office. Thank you.
Thursday, January 18 – Lunch Hot Beef Sandwich w/Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
9:00 – Chapel – Koinonia
11:00 Region 2 Meeting (Joel, Kevin, Dan Gone in PM)
6/6/7:30 BBB @ NYA High School – Bus departs @ 5:00 pm
7:00 – Dance Varsity @ Tri-City United H.S. – Bus departs @ 4:00 pm
There will be a quick speech meeting in Mrs. Baker’s room Friday after chapel for those interested in participating in speech. Thank you.
MLHS to present “Our Town” by Thorton Wilder. Sign up for auditions will begin tomorrow, Wednesday on the back stage door. A sign up sheet will be provided. Auditions will be January 25 & 26.
College Preparatory Program: Juniors and sophomores with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater may apply for this program at the beginning of their sophomore year through the end of the junior year. Students must receive a “B” or better in at least 12 semester credits coming from 300 and 400 level classes of these areas and maintain and overall 3.0 GPA or higher to remain in the program. Applications can be picked up in the office from Mrs. Jopp or Mrs. Kelzer.
Note to Students:
If you leave for an appt. first of all your parent(s) should have contacted the office to allow you to leave. You are to report to the office and pick up a pass to leave the school grounds. When you return you are to have a note from the Dr., dental, or whatever appt. it is for you to turn into the office and receive a pass back into your classes. Thank you for your cooperation with this.
Monday – Feb. 26 @ 6 pm in the MLHS Media Center
Audience: All parents and students in grades 9 – 12
Program Title: Insider tips to navigate the complicated college process and save lots of money
Parents of HS students will not want to miss hearing a national expert provide strategies to help families navigate the complicated college process and save tens of thousands of dollars.
College is now the second largest purchase most families make in their lives, yet most know more about buying a television. Class will cover common mistakes families make in selecting a college, myths about financial aid, and how to significantly reduce your cost.
Planning ahead and developing a strategy for the college process is crucial to finding the right fit and avoiding unmanageable debt. A must for parents of college bound students.
Jan. 21-27 – NLSW
Jan. 24 – Eligibility Check
Jan. 25 – NLSW Assemblies for MLHS & Lutheran Elementary Schools
Jan. 31 – Crusader Period
Feb. 6 – Snow Fest Coronation( This is a change of date and time) 6:00 PM
Feb. 6 – 7:00 PM – MLHS Open House
Feb. 7 – Q3 Midterms/Eligibility CK
Feb. 7 – Conferences 1.5 day of school (Conferences 4-8:00 PM)
Feb. 10 – Snow Fest Dance
Feb. 12 – Booster 7:00 in the Media Center