May 23rd 2022

Be Responsible, Respectful and Ready Mustangs!

Cross Country

There will be a Cross Country meeting after school TODAY at 3:20 in Lecture Hall A. It will be quick and you will get all the season dates, new 2022 remind, and summer running info

Attention Students in Grades 9-11:

If you WILL NOT be returning to Millard North next fall due to a transfer OUT of the Millard district please stop by counseling ASAP to secure a withdrawal sheet from Mrs. Breedlove. This does not include transfers within the district.
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Attention Seniors:

Check Class of '22 Google Classroom to see the Senior Superlative winners.

All fees and fines must be paid before Tuesday May 24, or you will not receive your diploma. If you have any questions, you can see the Bookkeeper or check your online account.

Attention Senior parents:

MBC is doing a silent auction for a Suite at Baxter Arena with 16 tickets for graduation!!!!

How: submit your bid to the following 2 email addresses by 6PM Monday May 23rd! &

We will email back the highest bidder shortly after the deadline on Monday evening. Please be prepared to pay via PayPal.

Winner gets the exclusive use of suite at Baxter Arena with 16 tickets for Millard North Graduation on May 28th at 5PM

Thanks for your continued support of Millard North High School and MBC! #gostangs

**Laptop Turn-in**

Seniors will turn in their laptop following their last final on either Tuesday, May 24 or Wednesday, May 25 in the Mustang Center during school hours. Students need to return their cleaned computer case, charger and charged laptop.

Dress for Graduation

Dress is business casual for the ceremony. Other apparel is limited to caps and gowns and honor cords awarded by Millard North. No other apparel is permissible. Graduates participating in commencement will not be permitted to decorate their cap and gown. Administration may disallow anything not considered appropriate for the ceremony. Students who do not follow requirements for dress will not be allowed to participate in the ceremony. Masks are personal choice.

Traffic Routes to the Baxter Arena and Parking for Graduates and Guests

Please utilize the attached parking map. The traffic routes are in red. UNO officials have shared with us the importance of utilizing these routes to minimize traffic congestion on Center Street. Please allow yourself enough travel and parking time to arrive at the Baxter Arena in plenty of time for the ceremony. We encourage carpooling. All guests and graduates should park in the yellow Lots 24, 25, 26 and 27. ADA parking is available in the blue lot 21. A few ADA parking spots will be designated in lots 24, 25, 26 and 27.

Entrance Procedures

  • All graduates and guests will be required to go through a bag check line. Baxter has a clear bag policy.
  • Other prohibited items can be viewed by clicking on this link. Please do not bring noisemakers, air horns, or other nuisance items. All items will be confiscated at the bag check lines.
  • No outside food or drink will be allowed. Drinks and snacks will be available for purchase with a credit card. No cash will be accepted.
  • Seating is on a first come first served basis as Baxter presently has no restrictions.

Professional Photography

Martin Photography will be available prior to the ceremony in the Holland Arena for any graduate who wishes to have their photo professionally taken.

During the Ceremony

  • A video will be played prior to graduates entering the arena.
  • A sign language interpreter will be broadcast on the large screen during the ceremony.
  • Similar to college graduation, students will have their names read from a card that they hand a reader. They will be sitting in alphabetical order. Students will receive these cards prior to the ceremony.
  • Please make sure that when you show your pride in your graduate, you are not drowning out the recognition of the next student as his or her name is being read. Please refrain from noisemakers such as air horns and cowbells. You are more than welcome to stand while your graduate’s name is announced. Out of respect for all graduates, we ask that all guests remain in their seats until the ceremony has concluded.

After the Ceremony

No parents and/or guests will be allowed back in the staging area. We ask that all guests leave the arena and building after the ceremony so UNO and Millard officials can clean the facilities.

Graduation Ceremony Available Online

We know that not all family members will be able to attend the graduation ceremony. They can watch online! A huge thank you to Millard West’s Striv TV crew who will stream all three Millard graduations live. Catch Millard’s 2022 graduation ceremonies live from Baxter Arena on Striv TV at:

Link to Watch Ceremony Online or

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If you have not picked up your 2022 yearbook, you can pick it up in room 1105 through Thursday, May 26. After that, you will have to pick up your yearbook in the office. You must show your Synergy photo ID or other photo ID. You can also still purchase a yearbook for $75.
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Swim instructors and lifeguards

Millard North is looking for swim lesson instructors and lifeguards for the Summer learn to swim program here at school. The lessons are in the mornings through the month of June. The position pays $14/hour. If you are interested please email Coach Cunningham or stop by the office and pick up an application from Mrs. Folk.


Omaha Public Library- Volunteers needed!

Are you interested in volunteering this summer for Omaha Public Library's Millard branch? Volunteers ages 14 & up are needed to help patrons sign up and award prizes for our Summer Reading Program and to help shelve. Sign up to volunteer by visiting
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Checkout the job board located just south of the Art Hallway for lots more employment opportunities!

Check out our MNHS Counseling Newsletter!

You will find lots of great scholarship info and more! Just scan the QR code or click the link below.

Guidance News Link

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Synergy StudentVue APP

Students remember to download the StudentVue App on your phone. This can be used to purchase lunch using the scanner, to check in at tardy stations in the morning and for school activities/sporting events. Go Touchless!
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2021-2022 School Sponsored Clubs


2021-2022 Non-Curriculum related Student-Led Clubs

Non-district or school sponsored clubs - Any staff role is solely supervisory. For further information on student-led clubs, come to the office or speak with the teacher sponsors of the club you're interested in.
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New COVID-19 Web Page

Keeping our community informed about the ongoing response to COVID-19 is a district priority. The district COVID-19 web page has been redesigned. It can be found in the same place, on the first page of our district website. You may also click here to reach it directly. Along with safety and response protocols, the page also tracks the virus within our district. It shows current active cases of COVID-19, plus the number of active cases per building. The information is updated each weekday morning.


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