Warrior News

A Weekly Newsletter for Warrior Families and Students

March 8, 2019

Dear Warrior Students & Families,

It was another great week here at MHS! Thank you to all of the families who attended our Parent-Teacher Conferences and our band concert. We truly appreciate the opportunity to meet together to share the talents and learning journey of your students. Your outstanding support and partnership is why Muskego High School is such a special place!

We hope you are enjoying our new weekly communication tool. If you have suggestions on how to improve it or have celebrations that we can share, please let us know!

Have an awesome week and GO WARRIORS!

Todd Irvine


Academic and Career Planning (ACP) Update

On Tuesday, March 5, all MHS students participated in our second Academic and Career Planning activity. All students had the opportunity to relate grit to potential career opportunities and how to further develop these skills each day through their coursework. The third ACP of the year will take on place Tuesday, April 2.
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Jim Michlig Selected as College, Career, and Experiential Learning Coordinator

We are excited to announce that Jim Michlig has been selected to be the College, Career, and Experiential Learning Coordinator for Muskego-Norway School District. Jim has been at the high school since 2006 working as a technical education teacher as well as the college and career coordinator. Jim is passionate about helping students gain experience in potential career fields they are interested in. When Jim is not working, he is very active as he loves to paddleboard and run obstacle courses. If you are interested in partnering with Muskego High School, by offering opportunities for our students with your employer, please email Jim.

World Languages Summer 2020 Trip to Paris, France, Madrid, Spain

Students enrolled in Spanish or French next year are eligible to enroll to go to Paris, France and Madrid, Spain in the summer of 2020! Please attend the informational meeting on:

March 13

6:30 p.m.

MHS Library

Register here to attend or to be added to the email list. Contact Jennifer Kagerbauer with questions.

French Club Solves the Case

On Thursday, February 28, French Club did a breakout in the library. They were trying to solve the case of the missing Mardi Gras mask. They worked very hard through the whole breakout and broke out with eight seconds left to spare! Great job Warriors!

8th Annual Youth Art Month Show - 5th - 12th Grade

Artwork on Display March 1-31

Muskego Public Library

Spread the Word to End the Word

This week, our best buddies students were at lunch and provided students the opportunity to sign a banner that will be hung in the school. Dr. Kelly Thompson, Jeff Petersen, Julie Kelly, and Courtney Arntzen from the district office stopped over to surprise the students!
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The True Facts about College Athletic Recruiting

March 13

7:00 p.m. in the PAC

FREE and open to the public

Former college coach and recruiting expert, Jack Renkens has helped thousands of families around the country head down the right path of finding scholarships. Often it's down a path they didn't know existed. If your son or daughter truly has aspirations to play at the college level, this is a "can't miss" event. For more information visit www.recruitingrealities.com.

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  • This past Friday the MHS Forensics team competed at the Eisenhower Subdistrict tournament. Every single team member advanced to the District tournament, to be held 3/16! Then on Saturday the team competed at Whitnall and earned a 2nd Place Team trophy...plus individually won four 1st Place trophies, six 2nd Place trophies, two 3rd Place trophies and three Finalist medals! Awesome work Speech Warriors!

  • Congratulations to Kaitlin Foley and Matthew Redlinger for placing 6th in the nation in the LifeSmarts competition and advancing to FBLA Nationals in San Antonio, TX!

  • Muskego High School Engineering Design & Development students participated in the Waukesha Colleges Science and Engineering Fair on March 2, 2019 at the University of Milwaukee at Waukesha. They presented their work with other students from the area and earned top honors:

  • Filtration of Carbonic Acid out of Water: Jack Maher and Jasmine Narine
    Grand Prize Winners: Best of the Fair

    First Place; Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Environmental Category
    Jacobs Environment Award

    Protecting Batteries from Heat Damage to Extend Lifetime: Luke Miller and Ian Schultz
    3rd Place in Engineering Category

    Biodegradable Plastic Alternative: Ethan Jacoy and Ryan Kaufman
    Third Place; Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Environmental Category

    Students will participate in the Badger State Science and Engineering Fair on March 16, 2019 at the Milwaukee School of Engineering Student Union.

  • Congratulations to the Gymnastics Team on their State wins:
    Team First Place (Elizabeth Missiaen, Therese Missiaen, Krystal Nelson, Emilie Rochon, and Isabella Wong)

    • Krystal Nelson - 2nd Place on floor and bars; 3rd Place all around; and 4th Place on beam
    • Elizabeth Missiaen - 6th Place on floor
    • Isabella Wong - 3rd Place on bars

  • Congratulations Kobe Ramazini and Jeremy Radovich for placing 3rd in the state at the ADAMM automotive competition held at the Milwaukee Auto Show last Friday.

Congratulations to Jack Maher for being selected as a Herb Kohl Educational Foundation 2019 Student Excellence Scholar!

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