Happenings on the Hill
MHBS 5-12 Communications/September 4, 2015
Prayers for the MH Family
Cole Kelley Blood Drive Thursday
Student Council will be hosting a LifeSouth Blood Drive on Thursday, September 10 from 12 pm to 6 pm. This drive is in honor of one of our preschool students, Cole Kelley. The Blood Mobile will be parked in the senior parking lot (Cox Creek side). Please stop by and donate. As always, you are welcome to drop in to give blood, but you will get quicker service if you have an appointment. Please contact Stacy Harmon at email@example.com or Rachel Chandler at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Athletic News: Reserved Parking & Season Passes
Athletic season passes for all sports are available in the 5-12 office or by contacting Coach Mike Mitchell. These passes will get you in to all regular season home games for all sports.
Take Note: Upcoming Dates
September 4: Varsity Football at Home vs. Phil Campbell, 7 p.m.
September 5: Volleyball at West Morgan Tournament, TBA (V)
September 6: MH Ambassadors at Oakland Church of Christ, 5 p.m.
September 7: School Holiday (Labor Day)
September 8: Volleyball at Rogers, 4 p.m. (JR, JV, V)
September 10: Panther Blood Drive (See attached information)
2014-15 Mizpahs are Here!
Email Michelle Adams, this year's Mizpah adviser, at email@example.com if you want a $70 copy. Class of 2015, your yearbooks are in the 5-12 office.
Panther Photo Album: Panthers are Hip
Peace, Love, & Boscos
Catching the Panther spirit, the lunchroom staff dressed up for "Panthers are Hip" Day! Thanks, ladies, for going the second mile.
Tie-dyed for the Panthers, Mrs. Rutherford and her students channeled their inner hippie to show their school spirit.
Hip for the Panthers
Middle school girls, clad in '60s attire, visited their lockers on Friday afternoon and wrapped up a long and eventful week.
Peace, Love, & Boscos
Students should check out the Major of the Week on Mrs. Brown's bulletin board for major and career opportunities. This week's highlighted field was careers in Math.
Middle School Students Love the Panthers
Feeling Out of the Loop?
If you need help figuring out Parent PortalsPlus, Mr. Gooch can help you with that, too. There's a free app, ParentPlus from Rediker Software, that will help you keep up with your child's grades and other important information.
Safety First: Harassment/Bullying Policy
To that end, we have created two avenues for students to report harassment or bullying. "No Bully Stands Alone" will be enforced, and students must report incidents of harassment and bullying to a teacher or an administrator. Students may report bullying via voice mailbox (256-718-8523) and email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please see the Student Handbook for a complete explanation of the harassment and bullying policies.
Let Us Know What's Going On... Let Others Know What's Going On!
The mission of Mars Hill Bible School is to provide every student--in a cooperative effort with the home and family--a Christ-centered, Bible-based education in an environment that fosters spiritual, academic, physical, and social growth.