Warrior News

A Weekly Newsletter for Warrior Families and Students

January 22, 2021

Greetings Warrior Families and Friends,

Congratulations on an outstanding first semester! We can’t say enough how proud we are of our Warrior students for how they have risen to every challenge of this unique year. Reflecting upon the academic, athletic, and all of the co-curricular experiences our students were able to engage in throughout this semester, how could you be anything but proud of our Warriors!

Now, as we look ahead to the second semester, take some time as a family to set some new goals. Think about a barrier or obstacle that was overcome during this stretch. How has it helped you to grow? How can you use this new found strength or skill to do even better in an area this next semester? Additionally, how might this goal impact your course selections for next year? How might your goal impact future career ideas and aspirations? Be sure to purposefully plan and set goals at each step of the journey because the four years of high school go by incredibly fast.

As always, please remember that we are here to help! If you have any questions, concerns, or would like some additional support, reach out to any administrator or school counselor.

Have an awesome day and GO WARRIORS!


Todd Irvine

Monday, January 25 - Virtual Day

Be sure to have your student check their email on Monday! Learning activities for the day will be shared via an email or linked in the rolling agenda of the class. If you have any questions or need support, please email your teacher.

On this day student services will be offering some of our virtual workshops. Topics will include CONNECT Academy, organization, stress management, planning for senior year, registration support, and ACT preparation. The workshop topics are listed in our 2021 January Virtual Day Presentation.

Students check your 2nd Semester Schedule on Infinite Campus

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New Lunch Option for Staff & Students

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

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Muskego Area Chamber of Commerce $1,000 Scholarship Opportunities

Application Deadline: January 31, 2021 - for more information or to apply click HERE

4-Year College or University

Technical College, Trade School, or Apprenticeship Program

Muskego-Norway School Districts CONNECT Academy's Career Internship program is a great opportunity for students to start building their work experience.

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CONNECT Career Internship, Inpro Experience

Inpro will be offering internship opportunities to Muskego High School Juniors and Seniors. Students will be provided paid work experience at Inpro's world wide headquarters in Muskego, WI. Students will rotate through different manufacturing departments, network with business professionals and gain real world experience. This is a great opportunity for students with a mechanical attitude or a desire to pursue engineering. CLICK HERE to complete the interest survey. Once the interest survey is completed, students will be emailed an application. Applications are due by 2/12. Space is limited. Contact Mr. Michlig james.michlig@muskegonorway.org with any questions.

Summer CNA Program at WCTC available!

Students interested in the summer CNA program at WCTC should CLICK HERE to complete the interest survey. Mandatory informational meetings are 3/3 & 3/9 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. After students complete the interest survey they will be provided details about the upcoming meetings. Students will be sent an application for the CNA summer program after they complete the interest survey. Students must also complete this application.

Virtual Information Sessions Flyer

Contact Mr. Michlig with any questions


Northwestern Mutual Annual Actuarial Science Career Day Hosted @ MHS

Northwestern Mutual will be hosting their 33rd Annual Actuarial Science Career Day virtually this year on Friday, February 5, 2021. To be considered students should CLICK HERE to complete the interest survey. Once the interest survey is completed students will be sent an application survey, this will be used to place students in available seats. (Space is limited)
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Juniors - ACT March 9

All Juniors will take the ACT in school on Tuesday, March 9th. The test itself will continue to be on paper on March 9. Details will be provided as the date approaches.

On FEB 23, all Juniors will be completing the Pre-Test and Registration information for the ACT.

  • This year, registration will be completely online in 3 sessions in the PAC.
  • Full-time virtual students are welcomed to come in during one of the sessions below, or they can live stream (link will be provided).
  • There will be safe distancing in the PAC for about 130 students, so the Junior class is divided as follows:

Session A: 7:25 - 8:30am (Last names A-I)

Transition: 8:30 - 8:45am

Session B: 8:45 - 9:45am (Last names J-P)

Transition: 9:45am - 10am

Session C: 10am - 11am (Last names S-Z)

ACT Prep Opportunities

There are numerous ACT Prep Opportunities listed on our website. Please click here

Virtual College Fair with Wisconsin Education Fairs (WEF)

This college fair will allow students and families to:

  • Explore approximately 100 postsecondary institutions

  • Experience virtual campus tours and get additional information at your convenience

  • Search for colleges by programs, size, location using our filter options

  • Watch videos and download materials helpful in your decision process

  • Schedule meetings and interviews with admissions representatives

  • Chat live with admission representatives from 3 to 5 pm (2/10, 3/10, 4/11)

  • Join an interactive financial aid session from 5 to 6 pm (2/10, 3/10, 4/11)

The virtual fairs are offered monthly from 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., followed by 5 p.m. - 6 p.m. interactive financial aid presentations.

· Wednesday, February 10th

· Wednesday, March 10th

· Sunday, April 11th

Use this Link to Register and for more information.

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WarriorBots Questions with a Team Member

This month we spoke with one of the seniors of the team: Andrew Gomon.

What is your role on the team?

I am on the electrical team.

Why did you join robotics?

I wanted to see if I was interested in pursuing engineering as a career.

What is your favorite part of robotics?

My favorite part is accomplishing tasks as a team.

What have you learned from robotics?

I learned how to work with multiple groups to achieve an end goal.

What are your plans after high school?

I plan to go to UW-Whitewater for the supply chain management.

What is your favorite dessert?


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)