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Volume 6, December 5, 2017
EDUCATING TO SUCCEED
PREPARING FOR TROUBLE...
...In Paradise Junction. Coming up December 6th MHS students will be able to audition for the Spring play Trouble in Paradise Junction. Audition packets are available in Ms. Vessar's room. Positions are available in both cast and crew! Audition packets will need to be completed and turned in at the time of your audition. Auditions will be held in the MHS auditorium.
Smooth Jazz Fills the MHS Auditorium
MHS Jazz Band performed at the MHS Auditorium on Tuesday, November 21st.
A few members of the jazz band auditioned Saturday, December 2nd, for State band. They were Derek Buntin, Clayton Garnett, Preston Barron, and Jarod Cole.
Spartans Battle in the War of the Words
Spartans Buzz In
Mr. Beaudoin is a history teacher at MHS and he says his year is going great so far. He enjoys the students he has in class and is looking forward to all the new activities and programs the school has to offer. Mr. Beaudoin is the assistant coach for boys and girls soccer. He says the boy’s season next year looks promising and can’t wait to see what the girls can do. This year he hopes to grow as a teacher and to find new ways to help his students.
Ms. Friedman is a band teacher at MHS and MMS. Ms. Friedman says that the new space she gets to use at the high school is wonderful. She is excited about the concerts and stage performances that she gets to help with and see in the new auditorium. Her favorite thing about being a music teacher is that everyone can contribute in their own way and on their own level to the songs. Ms. Friedman is also a sponsor for the Cosplay Club and is excited to be getting back to regular meetings and crafting. She is striving to help make every performance strong and make sure every student happy and successful.
Students of the Month
Congratulation to these students selected by MHS staff as students of the month:Jessica McKeown, Taylee Martin, Paul Henrickson, Caroline Nuhn, Lance Pippin, Destiny Gehring, Clayton Briscoe, MAggie Smith, Ryan Tolbert, and Serenity Pence.
· Students must show progress and improvement in subject areas.
· Students make contributions to the community through service and volunteering.
· Students display exemplary leadership skills.
· Students show positive attitude toward classmates, school staff, learning and school.
· Students have good attendance.
· Students participated in school and/or community based extracurricular activities.
· Students demonstrate appropriate behavior.
· Students encourage others to do their best at all times.
· Students work up to their ability.
· Students exhibit good character, hard work, and honesty.
Messages From The MHS Counseling Office
Visit the MHS counseling office website!
MHS Scholarship Page
Stress Management Week
Important Dates for Students and Parents
December 4 - Choir concert
December 7 - Senior Class Meeting
December 9 - ACT. DO NOT BE LATE!!!
December 13 - Enrollment parent information, MHS auditorium. 5 to 6 pm: Freshman parent meetings. 10-12 6:30-7:30 pm.
December 14 - Band concert
December 21 - Early Release / Last Day of 1st Semester
*LAST DAY FOR JUNIORS TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE FEBRUARY ACT*
Dual Credit Enrollment
Class offerings have been updated for the spring semester online classes through MACC. See Mr. Jones for more information.
FOLLOW MHS ORGANIZATIONS ON TWITTER
Stay up to date with what's happening at Moberly High School by following these accounts on Twitter!
High School - @MoberlyHS
Athletics Department - @MoberlyAD
Student Senate - @MoberlySenate
Counseling Office - @MoberlyGuidance
Softball - @MobHS_Softball
Football - @FBSpartans
Moberly Basketball - @MoberlyHoops
Lady Spartan Hoops - @LadyHoopsMHS
Saturday Attendance Make-up Dates
The following Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon will be available for make-up days and must be arranged in advance. Students are responsible for obtaining missed work from their teachers prior to attending a Saturday make-up day. A student MUST stay the entire four hours in order to use this time. A maximum of 5 days can be recovered through Saturday make-ups. MAKE UP ATTENDANCE WILL NOT INCREASE A STUDENT’S ATTENDANCE PERCENTAGE. Make up time is available to maintain grades only.
Please contact the high school office if you have questions about the MHS attendance policy.