Warrior News

A Weekly Newsletter for Warrior Families and Students

May 22, 2020


Hello Warrior Nation,


Please be sure to take a moment with your family to reflect on the significance of the Memorial Day holiday as we wrap up another week of virtual learning and look ahead to a long weekend. Rather than just a day off from school or work, what does this event truly mean to you? As we look around during this time of uncertainty, you don’t need to look far to see things we often take for granted. We live in the greatest nation in the world. We elect our leaders. We have the freedom to exercise our voice and opinion, sometimes regardless of expertise or important foundational information. What will we do with this freedom? Do we take it for granted?


To me, Memorial Day is a day to honor our nation's true Warriors. Those who served in our military. Those who sacrificed everything to ensure we have the freedoms and safety that allow us to enjoy the countless privileges we have as an American.


This time of pandemic has created countless stressors and challenges and has elicited a broad range of emotions from anger to anxiety, frustration to fear. On this important weekend and federal holiday, please take some time to refresh and flip the focus. Please take some time to focus on what is right in our nation and our community. Take some time to remember all there is to be grateful for with your family. There is still much to be grateful for, we just need to take the time to see it.


Additionally, take a moment to take action. Send a message of gratitude to a veteran or someone currently serving our country. One of my favorite traditions of Muskego High School is the Homecoming slideshow with all of our graduates who are serving our country in the military. Reach out to one of them or their families and let them know how grateful you are for ALL that they do to preserve the freedoms we cherish.


THANK YOU to our greatest example of what it means to be a WARRIOR, our military.


Take care and stay safe.



Todd Irvine

Hallway Locker Pickup May 29 - 8:00am-12:00pm

Items from student hallway lockers will be available for curbside pickup on May 29 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. All locker contents have been transferred to a plastic bag and labeled with the student's name. If your student chose to house items in a friend's locker, you will need to contact the friend to reclaim those items.


1) Please enter the parking lot from Racine Ave and follow the traffic flow to the Salentine Gym Doors 17 & 18. Map HERE


2)Please have a sign with the student's full name, in large, dark lettering, in the car window.


3) Staff will bring the bag to your vehicle.

2020 Yearbooks are ready!

Yearbooks will be available for pick up on Friday, May 29, 2020 starting 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Please use the same route as locker item pickup.


1) Please enter the parking lot from Racine Ave and follow the traffic flow to the Salentine Gym Doors 17 & 18. Map HERE


2)Please have a sign with the student's full name, in large, dark lettering, in the car window.


3) Staff will bring the yearbook to your vehicle.


STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT PURCHASED A YEARBOOK MAY DO SO ON MAY 29TH. The cost is $55.00 Cash or checks please.

TEXTBOOK RETURN - SAVE THE DATE: June 10, 11, 12

More information to come.

Final Exam Schedule

To avoid conflicts with students who have multiple classes in the same content area we will again be holding our final exam schedule by the hour of the class. The schedule will be as follows:


Tuesday, June 9th.

  • Period 1 Exam - 10:50-12:00.

  • Period 2 Exam - 12:30-1:40

  • Period 3 Exam - 1:50-3:00

Wednesday, June 10th

  • Period 4 Exam - 10:50-12:00.

  • Period 5 Exam - 12:30-1:40

  • Period 6 Exam - 1:50-3:00

Thursday, June 11th

  • Period 7 Thursday, June 11, 10:50-12:00

  • Exam Make-Up 12:00-3:00

Friday, June 12th

  • No School for Students

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Commencement Ceremony

We are almost half way through our recordings for our virtual ceremony. It has been so awesome to see our students and families again!


As the date approaches you will be emailed a link to access the video. We encourage everyone to watch the video at 10:30 am on June 13th. Though we may be separated physically, our hope is that we will all be together in spirit, as 1Warrior.


The final message from our Student Council Vice President will include the cue to move the tassel from the right side to the left. Our hope is that everyone can do this together at this time. Please capture pictures and videos this symbolic event and share them with us via social media or email. Let’s fill social media with our Warrior Pride!


Seniors - Request Your Final Transcript Now

Colleges require a final transcript to confirm graduation. Please request your final transcript to be sent to your college through Xello by May 31st. Here are the directions. If you need a transcript to be sent earlier than May 31st, please contact: colleen.andrews@muskegonorway.org

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


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Congratulations Brittney Helm for being included in the WIAA Scholar Athlete video!

An hour-long program highlighting the 2020 statewide WIAA Scholar Athletes is scheduled to premiere on Sunday, May 24 at 8:00 p.m. on Fox Sports Wisconsin.

The program will include messages from WIAA Executive Director, Dave Anderson, and 2015 WIAA Scholar Athlete and current Las Vegas Raiders fullback, Alec Ingold.

Additional airtimes for the program will be announced.

The 30-minute Scholar Athlete video has also been posted on the WIAA website at:

www.wiaawi.org/Schools/Scholar-Athletes

Muskego High School Forensics

This past week the MHS Forensics season concluded with the WFCA State Tournament, held completely online for the first time!

Earning a 4th Place Trophy in Solo Humorous Acting: Ellie Shelton!

Earning a 5th Place Trophy in Oratory: Lauren Maher!

Earning Semi-Finalist Medals: Sydney Prunuske/Prose, Rebecca Hebert/Oratory, Trinity Slavik/Storytelling and Ellie Catania/Special Occasion Speaking!


While they are all displaying virtual awards in this picture, they will get the actual awards in the next week! Great job Speech Warriors!

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Parent Resources

Make sure to review the Parent FAQ document frequently where you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions during this time. Updates will be highlighted in blue throughout the upcoming weeks. Along with the Parent FAQ document, our student services staff have created a presentation to provide resources on how to help your children cope with mental health. You will find fact sheets as well as age-specific information in the presentation.

District Lunch

Please note that we will have no pickup on Monday due to the Memorial Day Holiday. The pickup days are Tuesday and Thursday.


A la carte items are on the end of the year blowout until they're gone!


Lunch Pickup Week of 5/25

A la Carte Blowout Sale 5/28


As always, please contact Chrissy Koerner with questions or special accommodations!