Warrior News

A Weekly Newsletter for Warrior Families and Students

March 15, 2019

Dear Warrior Students & Families,

Thank you to all who attended our Recruiting Realities event and those who participated in our Muskego Chamber of Commerce Spring Gala. We have much to be proud of in our school and community. The support our Warriors recieve is second to none. Please know we value our partnerships with our families and community is of the utmost importance to our mission.


We are now four weeks into our new weekly bulletin and we hope it is helpful to you. If you have suggestions or successes that we can help to celebrate, please let us know!

Have an awesome week and GO WARRIORS!


Todd Irvine

Principal

Wisconsin Forward Exam

All sophomores will be completing the Social Studies Exam this week.

Muskego Power

Muskego Power (formerly known as strength and conditioning) is back for Summer 2019. For more information please visit HERE. The program will include instruction in muscular strength, endurance training, flexibility, speed development, and cardiovascular endurance. Other concepts covered include learning to compete, working as part of a team, and achieving success, all while having a great attitude! Registration starts on Monday, March 18th. We are 1Warrior!

Prom - The Great Gatsby!

Saturday, April 13

Italian Community Center , 631 East Chicago Street, Milwaukee, WI

All students attending Prom will be required to complete and return the contract before purchasing tickets. In addition, students must take the coach bus to and from Prom.


Please read the policies and print the contract HERE.


Tickets on Sale: March 25 in the Cafeteria.

College Representatives to Visit MHS

  • Representatives from UW-Milwaukee and Waukesha will be in Student Services on March 19 from 8:20 a.m. to 9:10 a.m.
  • Marian University representatives will be visiting on March 22 from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Student Services.

Student Council Leadership Day

On March 22, MHS Student Council is hosting a Leadership Day with the Lake Denoon Student Council students.

Student Services Topic of the Month: Trauma

What is Child Traumatic Stress? Child traumatic stress is when children and adolescents are exposed to traumatic events or traumatic situations, and when this exposure overwhelms their ability to cope. When children have been exposed to situations where they feared for their lives, believed they could have been injured, witnessed violence, or tragically lost a loved one, they may show signs of traumatic stress. The impact on any given child depends partly on the objective danger, partly on his or her subjective reaction to the events, and partly on his or her age and developmental level.


Articles:

What is Childhood Traumatic Stress?

Age Related Reactions to a Traumatic Event

Parenting a Child Who Has Experienced Trauma


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  • Congratulations to the following MHS students on winning Scholastic Art & Writing Awards: Rabia Ahmed, Quin Alfredson, Anna Bogan, Mary Grace Catania, Kynzi Cole,

    Melanie Davis, Jared Gallo, Gavin Gingerich, Bella Goldstein, Madison Haupert,
    Paige Henry, Mollie Kinter, Angie Li, Nathan Ligocki, Ellie Maday, Isabella Mendez,
    Sam Mims, Mohammad Mirzaei, Michelle Pan, Hailey Patel, Megan Schulte,
    Isabella Seitz, Humza Siddiqi, Riley Smith, Frankie Sperka, Lindsay Strom, Celia Trexell,

    Jenna Turdo, Julia Wendland,

  • Good luck to the Engineering and Design students as they head to MSOE for a competition this Saturday.

  • Good luck to the girls and boys track teams as they have their first competition this weekend!

  • Congratulations to our 75 Juniors who participated in the Wisconsin Education Fair this past Tuesday, at Waukesha North!

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