Warrior News

A Weekly Newsletter for Warrior Families and Students

March 25, 2021

Greetings Warrior Families and Friends,

Each month I get to meet with student representatives from each of our clubs in a committee called the Principal's Cabinet. Our purpose is to talk about what is working well at MHS and also what we can do to make our school an even better place. Each club representative shares what they are working on, learning about, and how it is impacting their growth and other people’s lives. To say it is inspiring is an understatement. Seriously. The range of activities and service projects that our students are a part of is simply incredible. Furthermore, hearing our young adults speak with such genuine care about helping others is truly heartwarming. We have AWESOME students! Please know that we are well aware that you don’t get wonderful young adults by mistake. It happens when you have great families. It happens when you have a great K-12 school system filled with dedicated and caring teachers, coaches, and advisors. It happens when there is strong community support. It happens when there are great youth programs and parent volunteers who truly invest in helping all kids grow. The success we see in our Warriors is the result of a lot of people working together to make a difference. Thank you for being such a strong partner in this journey!

As you head into spring break, I hope that you will take some time to reflect on all that there is to be proud of here at Muskego High School and the important role you take in helping it happen.

Have an awesome Spring Break!

Todd Irvine

Career Fair Tomorrow!

CLICK HERE for an outline of tomorrow’s Career Fair.

Continue The Conversation

Have you asked your student what they know about vaping? If not, why not? Data from around the nation continues to demonstrate that teenagers are utilizing electronic vaping devices at an alarming rate. Please take a look at this news release from the Minnesota Department of Health for some information on the addictive nature of electronic vaping devices. Vaping is an issue everywhere. The billion dollar tobacco industry continues to create and market flavored products and devices that are appealing to teenagers. Have the conversation with your child and help ensure they understand the risks associated with highly addictive products like nicotine. Please reach out to your student's school counselor or administrator if you have any questions or concerns about vaping.

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Tuesday, April 13 Freshman and Sophomores ASPIRE Testing

ALL Freshmen and Sophomores will be in the building testing on Tuesday, April 13.

Juniors and Seniors will not attend school this day but will be assigned learning activities. Freshmen and Sophomores who are full-time virtual students will also be testing on this day. Additional details will be shared after break.

4/13-Virtual Learning day for Juniors and Seniors

2021 Prom Details

Prom 2021 will take place on SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 2021 at the Brookfield Conference Center, 325 S Moorland Road in Brookfield. This year’s theme is Mama Mia. Each student wishing to attend Prom must thoroughly read the policies and sign the attached contract. Muskego High School Prom Policies & Contract 2021

  • There will be no transportation provided this year

A message from our Student Council - View Prom Details HERE

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Waukesha County Technical College’s (WCTC) Open House

Waukesha County Technical College’s (WCTC) Open House will be held from 4:00-7:00 pm on Tuesday, March 30th, 2021 in a virtual/online format. Similar to the fall online open house, instructors and depts. will be doing live presentations, Q&A’s, and lab video walk-throughs to highlight careers/programs. Details can be found via this link: https://www.wctc.edu/about/visit/open-house.php

Students can meet with a Career Coach from WCTC

Students have the opportunity to speak to a Career Coach from WCTC virtually every other Thursday. The Coach can speak to students about all options/paths available after high school, not just about technical college options. If you would like your high school student to speak with a Career Coach to help create a plan for their future education or career let your School Counselor know or your student can come to Student Services to sign-up for a meeting.

Seniors: Sign up for our Warriors Senior Spotlight!

We love highlighting students and their postsecondary plans! Seniors were sent an email so that we can highlight them on our MHS Student Services Twitter account. We will post the picture they email us with their plans for next year. Link to sign up is here

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Pre-College & Career Programs and Camps

Check out College and Career exploration summer programs/camps opportunities on our Pre-College & Career Programs and Camps website.

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Congratulations MHS Pom Dance Team

The MHS Pom Dance team participated in the WACPC virtual regional competition this weekend. Congratulations to the team for placing 1st in D1 Hip Hop and 2nd in D1 Pom! Their competition videos will advance to the state virtual competition at the end of April.

MHS Key Club

Members of our Muskego High School Key Club made comfort blankets and dropped them off at Children’s Hospital!

MHS Forensics Team

The entire MHS Forensics Team has advanced to the WHSFA State Competition after competing virtually at the District level this past week!

Congrats and Good Luck to: Ana Maupin, Ben Williams, Braden Sardina, Ellie Catania, Ellie Shelton, Emily Tschudy, Emily Zolo, Emma Dietzler, George Sperka, Isabella Parr, Kierstin Schlevensky, Lawrence Hapeman, Liz Lintonen, Lucia Rutkowski, Kiah Marson, Nadine Brunner, Rebecca Hebert, Sabrina Hebert, Sydney Prunuske, Trinity Slavik, Valerie Zillgitt, Veronica Soderberg, Tori Mazurkiewicz, and Zoe Zillgitt! Plus a special shout out and congrats to Rebecca Hebert and Sydney Prunuske for earning perfect scores all 3 rounds!

The WHSFA State Competition will be held virtually on April 17th. The team will also be competing in the WFCA State Tournament on April 10th. Good Luck, Speech Warriors!!

Driving Etiquette Complements from the State Patrol

As winter turns to spring, WSP’s March “Law of the Month” reminds drivers to follow the “Rules of the Road” when making turns – especially in intersections.

Right Turns:

Unless otherwise marked or posted, turn as close to the right-hand-edge or curb of the roadway.

Left Turns or U-Turns:

Unless otherwise marked or posted, turn into the travel lane.

Learn more about the WI State Patrol’s “Law of the Month” here:


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