Wildcat Press Newsletter

Summer Edition


Principal's Message

Hello Wildcat Pride,

I hope you all have had a little time to adjust to the summer and the heat. Not a lot of new information for you in this newsletter. We did want to share links to baccalaureate and graduation if you wanted to see them.

We are working hard as an admin team here this summer to get our staff hired and the 2021-22 school year timeline planned. We have lots of cool stuff planned and are super excited to build on the momentum we began last year.

We want to take one last opportunity to congratulate the class of 2021 and tell them how proud we are of them. We also want to welcome the class of 2025.

**Have a great summer and look for the next summer edition on July 4th!**

Rod Huston


Mesquite High School



MHS Administrative Team!



Monday - Thursday 7:00am - 4:00pm


**School will be closed July 5**


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Hey Cats,

Students are you bored yet?

Parents do you need something to get your teenager out of the house?

If you are looking for something to do this summer and want to make a little extra cash, or volunteer some time, Community Ed is hosting a summer camp at MHS and they need camp counselors.

Interested? Email Jack.Barnes@gilbertschools.net and he will set you up with an interview and how to get started.

Hope you all are doing great!



Evening with the Principal

Want to get to know more about MHS?

Join principal Huston for a Q & A on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at 6- 7pm here at Mesquite High School in the library. We will share some of our vision for the 21-22 school year, and give advice on how to be successful in high school.

Plus take any questions you may have.

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PAWs-atively Awesome


Nationwide Summer Virtual College Fair

College fairs online invite you to join our free virtual college fair for the United States this summer! This fair is scheduled for June 21st-26th, students can register now! Students can log in any time during the week and get information from many colleges. There is a question and answer section for the students to get answers directly from college reps during the week. The students must go to www.collegefairsonline.com to the students tab to register ASAP.

This service is completely free!

Every student that registers is entered to win a $300 scholarship.