Muscle Shoals High

May 6, 2019

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SADD Sponsored Mock Accident for Pre-Prom Program

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Basketball Tryouts

High School Boys' Basketball Tryouts will be the last full week of school, May 13th through May 17th. Anyone wanting to try out needs to register with Coach Barker and will need a current physical on file in order to participate. Times will be announced as we get closer to the dates.

High School Girls' Basketball Tryouts for rising 9th-12th grade girls: May 20-23 3:30-5:15pm. Must have a physical form to tryout. Come by and see Coach Woods to sign up.

Kaylie Wright claims state championship in the long jump at AHSAA State Track and Field Competition!

In other results at the state meet (FINALS ONLY):

Hailey Tucker: Placed 9th in the 100 meter hurdles and 7th in the 300 meter hurdles.

Kaylie Wright: State champion in the long jump; placed 7th in the 200 meter and 5th in the high jump.

Aliyah Williams placed 6th in the discus.

The girls placed 12th in the overall team competition.

Jared Tittle: Placed 6th in the shot put and 5th in the javelin.

Greg Flint: Competed in the triple jump finals.

Logan Smothers: Finished 6th in the 400.

The boys placed 20th in the overall team competition.

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Physics students presented to NASA scientists in Huntsville on May 3rd

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Honor Day, May 17 at 8:30 a.m.

Location: Grace Life Church

Rehearsal: May 16 at 1:30 p.m.

Remember that the MSHS Student Handbook requires that seniors participate in Honor Day in order to participate in the graduation ceremony.

Scholarship information to be included at Honor Day was due to the guidance office by Friday, May 3.

Graduation, May 23 at 7:30 p.m.

Location: James F. Moore Stadium

(Rain plan is Grace Life Church)

Rehearsal: May 23 at 1:00 p.m.

Administrators treated the CNP staff on "School Lunch Hero" Day May 3

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Wellness Tip for the Spring

Wellness Tips for the Spring Season

1. Shift to a Springtime Mood – It’s estimated that we have as many as 60,000 thoughts a day and most are actually negative thoughts and drain you of energy. Make the conscious choice to shift to positive thoughts. You’ll have more spring in your step as you replace thoughts like “I can’t” to “I can.

2. “Spring Up” Your Diet – Enjoy more in-season fruits and veggies like leafy greens, strawberries and asparagus. Not only are these foods extra delicious in the spring, they add lots of nutrients with very few calories.

3. Spend More Time Outdoors – spend at least 30 minutes a day outdoors doing anything. People are happier, less stressed and more energetic when taking in sunlight, spring smells and springtime activity.

4. Try Something New – Spring is the renewal season. Try a new activity to get you motivated and moving in a forward direction. Taking on new challenges may raise fears and seem difficult at times. Yet, just know that fear is normal for everyone. Spring forward to embrace new activities and feel renewed as you strive and grow.

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Our daily PA announcements are always available to you at the following school website link:

Dr. Chad Holden, Principal

Common Sense Media Certified Educator