Warrior News

A Weekly Newsletter for Warrior Families and Students

February 19, 2021

Greetings Warrior Families and Friends,

It was another exciting week here at MHS. Both inside and outside of our classrooms, Warriors continue to engage in an incredibly broad range of activities that help them grow into the amazing young adults we know they are capable of becoming. Students in HOSA (Health Occupations Students for America) qualified for the state level competition while students in the musical are working diligently to create our first ever musical production that will be recorded like a movie and shared with our families later this spring. In so many ways, it is an absolute privilege to see students learning, growing, and succeeding. Thank you for your relentless support in this journey. We truly would not be the school or the community we are without this incredible partnership.

The midway point of our 3rd quarter is also a little over a week away. Please continue to monitor your student’s progress through Infinite Campus and by checking the “weekly agendas” linked on teacher webpages. Reach out to your teacher directly if you have any questions. If you need additional assistance, school counselors or any member of our administrative team are also available. We are all here to help!

Now, ready or not, here comes the last week of February! Let’s GO!

Have an awesome weekend and GO WARRIORS!


Todd Irvine

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Not Sure What Vaping Is?

Be informed. Vaping is taking teens across America by storm. Check out this brief informational guide and reach out to Student Services if you would like to learn more about this and other additional resources.

Virtual Parent/Teacher Conference

Please join us for Virtual Parent-Teacher Conferences on Thursday, March 4 from 3:30 - 7:30. You will be able to schedule either a Google Meet or Phone Conference with your child’s teacher(s).

We value our partnership with every child and family and hope that you have already been communicating with your child’s teachers. We respectfully ask that you choose which teachers to conference with strategically, focusing on those classes where your child may be experiencing difficulty.
To accommodate all of our families, conferences will be 8 minutes in length. You can always arrange an additional time to meet with your child’s teacher(s) if needed.

Sign-up for an individual conference with your student(s) teachers HERE

Please monitor your email for future communication about how to join your scheduled Google Video Meet or Phone Conference on March 4!

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Juniors - ACT Registration

Due to information released to us by ACT, we need to change the date that all of our Junior students will be completing the registration for their ACT accounts and the inputting of demographic information. We are canceling the February 23rd event in the PAC as was scheduled. Students will now be creating their ACT accounts and completing the demographic information in their English 11 or AP Lang classes during one class period on either March 1, 2, 3, or 4th.

Start College Now

Start College Now allows a student in grades 11-12 to apply to enroll in a Wisconsin Technical College, to take one or more courses up to 18 credits, for which the student may earn high school credit and post-secondary credit. Students must meet certain criteria. For more information on Start College Now, please click here. For information about Start College Now and Waukesha County Technical College please click here. The deadline for submitting completed Start College Now applications for Fall Semester 2021 is March 1, 2021. Students cannot be enrolled in both ECCP and Start College Now at the same time.

Early College Credit Program

Early College Credit Program (ECCP) allows a student in grades 9-12 to apply to enroll in a UW System institution or a participating private/nonprofit institution of higher education (IHE), to take one or more courses up to 18 credits, for which the student may earn high school credit and post-secondary credit. Students must meet certain criteria. The website with FAQs and more information can be viewed here. For more information about ECCP in the UW System, please click here. For more information about ECCP in the WAICU (Private Colleges & Universities), please click here. The deadline for submitting completed ECCP applications for Fall Semester 2021 is March 1, 2021.

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MHS Forensics

Congrats to the entire MHS Forensics team for once again placing 1st in the Large Team Division online this past Saturday at Westosha Central! Also earling 1st place awards in their individual categories (pictured): Rebecca Hebert, Kierstin Schlevensky, Veronica Soderberg, Ellie Shelton, Sabrina Hebert, Zoe Zillgitt, Liz Lintonen and Trinity Slavik. Earning 3rd place: Ben Williams, Valerie Zillgitt, George Sperka, Emily Zolo and Lawrence Hapeman. Earning Finalist awards: Braden Sardina, Ana Maupin, Lucia Rutkowski and Kiah Marson, Great job Speech Warriors! Next the team competes virtually at the UW-Whitewater Speechbowl! Good Luck!

Warriors 4 Troops

Thank you to all that made our National Business Honor Society Warriors 4 Troops drive a huge success. This year we raised over $1,000 in cash donations and approx. $700-$800 in item donations for the Milwaukee Homeless Veterans Initiative. A special thanks to Mr. Wild's 3rd hour class for donating the most items/cash!

WarriorBots Week 5 Video

View the progress video HERE

Lunch Option for Staff & Students

Taher will be offering made to order salads or sandwiches. Offerings will rotate weekly. You can pre-order HERE and have your lunch delivered to your lunchroom. Week one will be made to order salads! Please order by 8am on Wednesday! Questions? Email Chrissy.Koerner@muskegonorway.org

When and How to Notify MNS About COVID-19



COVID-19 Symptom or Status Notification

Update: Classic 8 Winter Home and Away Sport Contests

Our schools continue to be open and our curricular co-curricular activities are operational under our local health department guidelines. However, it is important to draw our families' attention to an overriding principle. Although we love to see our whole community at each of our district's events; during this unprecedented time, we are asking our families to operate under a singular school community and singular family mindset when attending events. Essentially, keeping each school's events to just that school's clientele and only the families with active participants or performers in the event.

Update: Classic 8 Winter Home and Away Sport Contests

Beginning January 7, 2021, the Classic 8 has issued a revision to the Winter Sport Spectator Guidelines.

Home spectators remain at 4 immediate family members per participating athlete. NEW: Visiting spectators are limited to 2 immediate family members per visiting participating athlete.

Still in effect:

Admission to all Classic 8 contests are not open to the general public, students, and staff.

An appropriate mask/face covering, as directed by Gov. Evers, must be worn at all times.

For away contests, please consult our Activities website, 1Warrior.org, or the opponent's home website for streaming links.

We recognize that many of our students' support systems are their family members and it means a great deal to our students to have their closest advocates in attendance supporting their athletic, musical, and leadership endeavors. We are excited to see our students in their winter season performances, competitions, and school community-building events! (For additional information: MNS Non-Essential Spectators @ Events - Winter Season)