A Weekly Newsletter for Warrior Families and Students
April 9, 2020
Hey Warrior Nation,
It’s been almost a month since our students have been able to walk the halls of MHS. What that means is unique for each Warrior, but it likely includes missed musical performances, club activities and competitions, athletic events, and simply the gift that it is to be present with friends and staff who genuinely care about one another. This time is a challenging time for everyone and we want to remind you that we are thinking about you and our hearts go out to all of you for everything that has been missed so far.
As a result, we are rallying together with many other high schools in the area to create an event to honor our ENTIRE senior class. On Friday, April 10 from 8:00 pm - 8:20 pm (20 min for the class of 2020) we will be turning on the lights across our MHS School Campus, including the Performing Arts Center, the football and soccer fields, and the main entrance at Muskego High School. Our hope is that as these lights shine, it will be a powerful reminder to our senior class that our entire Warrior community is thinking about them and that we are proud of them.
On Friday night, please join us in honoring all of our awesome students and let them know you are thinking of them by turning on your front porch light, string some Christmas lights, or carry a light on a walk during this time. You are welcome to drive by Muskego High School during this time, but we would ask that you remain in your vehicle as we follow the guidelines from the government with regard to social distancing and gathering. If you get a chance, take a picture and share it with us on social media (Twitter or Facebook) so we can celebrate together.
Thank you for your continued support as we work together through these unprecedented times. Each week brings new information and we get better every day. Rember, we are Warriors, we are strong, we are courageous, we are caring, we are resilient, and we continue to SHINE BRIGHT!
We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to gather information prior to making any decisions about our graduation ceremony. This event is incredibly important to our students, families, staff, and community thus any modifications or adjustments will be carefully and thoughtfully weighed out. Our goal is to have all graduation plans finalized in early May.
Chromebook Support at MHS
At the same time, let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
Where are my March ACT scores?
Students will be receiving a copy of their ACT scores through the regular mail by the end of April. With the results, students will also be given their ACT ID number.
Students should then sign onto the ACT site and create their own account using this ID number. Students need to do this because if a college needs an official ACT score, they will need the online account in order for ACT to send the score.
Please contact your school counselor if you have any questions.
Warrior Senior Spotlight
MHS School Counselors are continuing to highlight our awesome seniors on Twitter. We want all post-secondary plans to be represented and celebrated! Several emails were sent out to the Class of 2020, but we also encourage you to remind students to sign up for a specific date through the link Warrior Senior Spotlight. And please follow us @MHSStuServices
MHS Scholarship Information
Students who are applying for any of our community scholarships should check the MHS Scholarship Website for any updated application due dates or extensions. If you have a completed scholarship application that requires it be handed into student services, you can scan the documents or send photos of the documents to Mrs. Knapp at email@example.com. All scholarship applications that were to be picked up in student services can be found in the Google Folder Scholarships 2019-2020 (Virtual Pick Up). This was shared with the Class of 2020 via email by Mrs. Knapp on 4/1/2020.
AP Testing Update
This message was emailed to students on 4/8/2020 with regard to AP Testing. The College Board has decided to administer the 2020 AP Exams online. Details are available on the College Board's website at https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students.
Virtual University and College Tours
During this current climate take advantage of touring Colleges and Universities virtually. Touring is a fantastic way to help students and families decide if a college checks all the boxes a student wants out of their post-secondary education. Click here to view links to virtual college and University tours.
Congratulations to senior Malissa Reik on her plan to attend Carroll College to become a teacher!
Congratulations to senior Jenna Callahan on her plan to attend Ohio State University in the fall and major in pre-nursing. Jenna will apply for acceptance into nursing school in her sophomore year.
Congratulations to senior Raimi Liebel on her plan to attend the University of Alabama at Birmingham to study Immunology and Spanish. She hopes to attend medical school to become a Board Certified Allergist.
Show Your Warrior Pride
We are excited that Muskego has four teams in the running for the Top Team: Fan Award through the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Please take a minute and vote for your favorite Warrior team! You can vote once per day. Click HERE to vote.
Due to the current National Health Emergency, as declared by President Trump, and the current social distancing guidelines and mass gathering restrictions, as ordered by Governor Evers, Muskego High School will be postponing its 2020 Prom. Furthermore, Governor Evers "Safer at Home" order runs through Friday, April 24th.
School Lunch Update
Anyone in your household under the age of 18 is eligible for breakfast and lunch. If you have not previously participated, click HERE before ordering to complete the Interest Form.
- New this week, please fill out one form per family
- Please make sure to note in the comments if you have groups you are picking up for. We can box up your order and have it ready for you to go!
- Please fill out if you need any special accommodations in the comments section
Please reach out to Chrissy Koerner (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.