Warrior News

A Weekly Newsletter for Warrior Families and Students

April 18, 2019

Dear Warrior Students & Families,

It has been an exciting week here at MHS for countless reasons! From students utilizing content learned in our geometry courses to create carnival games, to our AP Biology students Ryan Hassmann and James Klimek winning highest honors at the 2019 SEPA conference for their toxicology research. Additionally, we celebrated 15 scholar athletes who signed letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at NCAA Division III colleges next year. Our Warriors also won the Classic 8 Girls Track & Field Relay Meet Championship, breaking 8 school records along the way. To add to the excitement, senior scholar athlete Kate Jochims is one of 4 finalist in the state for the prestigious Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Associations Scholar Athlete Award. It is a great day to be a Warrior!

Enjoy the extra time away and we hope that everyone has an outstanding spring break! Go Warriors!


Todd Irvine

Principal

Conversations with the Superintendent!

The last 2018-19 Conversation with the Superintendent is scheduled for the afternoon of April 29 (Monday) at 4:00PM at the ESC (S87 W18763 Woods Road). If this date/time does not fit your schedule and you are interested in meeting, please contact me to schedule an individual meeting.
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Help Computer Science Grow at MHS

MHS is excited to announce that we will be partnering with Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS to build and grow our Computer Science program. This partnership has allowed our students access to an Introduction to Computer Science course that is based on the award-winning University of California Berkeley CS10 course and is adapted specifically for high schools..

Currently, there are more than 500,000 open computer science positions without qualified talent to fill them across all industries. Our hope is to ensure that our students have access to the necessary education to open the opportunity for a successful career in this area.


Microsoft Philanthropies TEALS is a program that recruits, mentors, and places passionate technology professionals into high school classrooms as volunteer instructors. These volunteers bring subject matter expertise and will join to teach computer science together. TEALS provides training for both parties, rigorous curricula, and opportunities for students to continue their education outside of the classroom. If you or someone you know works in the computer science or software engineering field and would be interested in making a difference in our students’ future success, please contact Todd Irvine. You can also read more about TEALS on their website at http://www.tealsk12.org.


Private College Week - July 8-13, 2019

With 24 colleges to choose from, the opportunities are plentiful. Tour a campus, talk to admission and financial aid advisors, meet professors, see a residence hall, eat the food, and meet current students. With special events all week, Private College Week is a great time to plan your visit. Click here for more information.
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  • Psych Club hosted the 2nd Annual Psych Bowl on Saturday at MHS! 24 teams traveled from around the state and from Illinois to compete. OUR Muskego Warriors took 3 of the top 5 awards! In 5th place was Jenni Rowe, Mohammad Mirzaei, and Lizzy Brandes; Olivia Hauboldt, Nicole Walechka, Colin Dedeo, and Ross Baldwin took 4th, and our school medal winners, taking 3rd, Nicole Doerr, Anoushka Prasad, and Kate Sperka.


  • On Tuesday, April 9, 43 A.P./CAPP Biology students presented their toxicology research at the 2019 SEPA (Science Education Partnership Award) Conference held at UWM. This conference was attended by 625 students from 15 schools. Prior to the conference a group of Muskego Students (Ryan Hassmann and James Klimek) were awarded the highest honors for their research paper "The Effect of Lead and Dividers on Fathead Minnow Sexual Behaviors and Characteristics". Their paper was chosen from 120 submissions. As a result of this distinction, they presented their research to all attendees as a part of the program. Isaac Ozolins and Abby Lemke also received recognition for papers that they submitted. Additionally, many posters were submitted by Muskego students for the poster sharing session. Many of these posters also were given special commendation.

  • This past Saturday, 15 members of the MHS Forensics team competed at the WHSFA State Forensics competition at the University of Wisconsin! Earning GOLD Medals [With Perfect Scores] in their categories: Humza Siddiqi, Ben Williams, Rebecca Hebert, Kiya Wadsworth, Ellie Catania, Abby Tiedemann and Ellie Shelton! Earning SILVER Medals in their categories: Lawerence Hapeman, Adam Swiecichowski, Ana Maupin, Trinity Slavik, Tori Mazurkiewicz, Zoe Zillgitt, Liz Lintonen and Lucia Rutkowski! A fantastic conclusion to the 2019 Season! CONGRATS and Great Job Speech Warriors!

  • Muskego's Best Buddies chapter attended the Brewers Game on April 16 with Best Buddies Wisconsin. All had a wonderful time and it was a great game to watch!


  • Congratulations to all the Division 3 athletes for signing this week!

  • Jack Maher was Recognized at the board meeting on Monday for his Herb Kohl Scholastic Scholarship Award, -Katie Van Ruden (MHS Teacher) was recognized as a Compass Recipient, and the Engineering and Design students were recognized for their accomplishments at the Badger Science and Engineering Fair.

SEPA Conference

Signing Day

Board Recognition