Midland High School
Nov. 19, 2015
Today: Frito Pie, Pinto Beans, Seasoned Carrots, Mixed Fruit, Fresh Fruit, Milk & Tea
Friday: Chicken Alfredo, Bosco Stick, Tossed Salad, Carrot Sticks w/ dip, Diced Peaches, Fresh Fruit, Milk & Tea
Monday: Cheeseburger or Chicken Sandwich, Oven Fries, Lettuce, Tomato, Pickle, Carrot sticks w/ dip, Pineapple, Fresh Fruit, Milk & Tea
Tuesday: Fajita Chicken Sandwich, Baked Chips, Carrot sticks w/ dip, Lettuce, Tomato, Pickle spears, Diced Pears, Fresh Fruit, Milk & Tea
Wednesday-Friday: Thanksgiving Break
Today: Biscuit, Chicken, Milk & Juice
Friday: Cini Minis, Milk & Juice
Monday: French toast sticks, Syrup cup, Milk & Tea
Tuesday: Dutch Waffle, Milk & Tea
Wednesday-Friday: Thanksgiving Break
Progress reports will go out tomorrow instead of today.
The bus will leave this afternoon at 4:00 for the game at Concord. The bus will stop and pick up students at the floral campus.
Students who are traveling to Peru this summer will be applying for their passports on Tuesday, December 1st at the Batesville Post Office. They will be leaving at 10:30 and traveling to Batesville as a group. They will return to school before 6th period.
FREE Thanksgiving Meal Saturday, November 21 11:00 a.m-1:00 p.m. @ Mt. Calvary Baptist Church (across from Jerry’s) Everyone is welcome. Bring your family, Dine in, carry out or delivery is available within 5 miles of the church.
Sr. Beta will meet today during 2nd lunch in Ms. Melton’s room.
Seniors: Baby pictures that are placed beside the composite picture in the yearbook must be turned in by Tuesday, Dec. 1st to Mrs. Wells.
There will be a Homecoming pep rally today during 3rd period. The Homecoming maids and their escorts will be presented to the school, as we get pumped up for the games on Friday. All Homecoming maids/escorts will need to check in with their 2nd period classes, and then head to the gym for practice before the pep rally.
Students and Parents: The yearbook staff needs your help! This year during pre-homecoming activities, the yearbook staff will be taking some select snapshots that we would like to keep secret until the yearbooks arrive. This will not be all of the snapshots, just a few. We will have a sign that says “Closed Session” and are asking that no other photos be taken of our setup during these closed sessions. Thank you for your cooperation in helping us out!
Students, the Student Council is working on some Homecoming decorations in the Activity Building. DO NOT TOUCH any of the props.
Everyone make plans to attend the Homecoming Dance Friday night from 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm in the Activity Building. Admission is $5.00 per person. If you plan to bring a guest from another school, you must sign the guest sheet in the office.
The 2015 Homecoming will be Friday, November 20, and that means that this week is SPIRIT WEEK! Each day will be a themed dress-up day. All students are encouraged to participate and to show their Mustang spirit.
The themes for the week are as follows:
Today: Twin Day (Dress like your best friend.)
Friday: Flashback Friday (Flashback to the 80's!)
The Student Council is hosting a class banner competition for Spirit Week. The Student Council representatives for each grade will lead their class in making a Spirit Week banner to be placed in the gym for the Homecoming games on Friday. The banners need to be handmade and should clearly display Mustang pride. All classes (7-12) need to have their banner ready by this morning, so they can be judged at the pep rally. Students, please see your grade's Student Council representatives for more information.
Homecoming Maids & Escorts: Just a reminder that Jr. Maids and their escorts should be at the gym and ready for pictures at 2:30 and Sr. Maids and their escorts should be ready for pictures at 3:30 the day of homecoming.
Students, there is ACT, AP, and SAT preparation materials available on the Learning Express Database which is free to all of our students. You will have to set up an account and use either Chrome or Firefox. Go to http://bit.do/collegeprep OR go by the library and scan the QR Code in the computer lab.
Midland EAST is sponsoring a Community Food Drive as a project for November. We will be collecting non-perishable food items through November 20th. There will be a competition between grades 7-12. We will have boxes set up in the front hallway to make your contributions. We are asking for all types of non-perishable food items to help families in need in our community. The class that donates the most food items will be rewarded with an ice-cream party. Help us fill the boxes and make a difference in our community.
Students, New competition has joined the EAST Food Drive race !!!!! There will be a new box placed in the Hall today for Faculty and Staff.
The Faculty and staff are now in the running for the ICECREAM PARTY !!!!
Midland High School will be offering tutoring on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:30. Students may come for all or part of the session each time. For the month of November Literacy will meet with Ms. Wells in the library and Math will meet with Mr. Tharp in his room.
November Archery Practice Dates: Monday 23, and Monday 30. All practices will be at the elementary until 4:30.
December Archery Practice Dates: Friday 4, Monday 7, Monday 14, Thursday 17.
Key Club is raising funds for Trick or Treat for UNICEF, a project that assists in providing shots to prevent neo-natal tetanus in babies. You can donate by putting money in the orange box in your 2nd period class. The class that donates the most money by Nov. 20th will win a doughnut party.
Today: Mustang Basketball @ Concord 7G, 7B, JG 5:00
Nov. 20: Progress Reports go out
Mustang Basketball here with Timbo JB, SG, SB Homecoming will begin at 5:00 Games will begin at 5:30
Nov. 24: School will dismiss at 2:00
Mustang Basketball here with Sloan-Hendrix JB, SG, SB 5:00
Nov. 25-27: Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 1: MSA students to get passports at 10:30
Mustang Basketball @ Pangburn JB, SG, SB 5:00
Dec. 3: Mustang Basketball @ Timbo 7G, 7B, JG, JB
Dec. 4: Compass testing for juniors and seniors who need to take it
Mustang Basketball home with Concord JB, SG, SB 5:00
Dec. 5-12: Midland Invitational tournament
Dec. 8: ETS
Mustang Basketball @ Walnut Ridge JB, SG, SB 5:00
Dec. 9: State Special Olympics @ Little Rock
FCCLA to the Nursing Home
Dec. 11: Color walk for ACLT-Literacy PM
Dec. 12: ACT Test here
Dec. 14: Mustang Basketball home with WCC 7G, 7B, JG 5:00
Dec. 15: Mustang Basketball home with Tuckerman JB, SG, SB 5:00
Dec. 18: Mustang Basketball @ Sloan Hendrix JG, SG, SB 5:00
Dec. 21-Jan.1: Christmas Break
Thought for the day: Life is like a camera….. you focus on what’s important, capture the good times, develop from the negatives and if things don’t work out take another shot.