Warrior News

A Weekly Newsletter for Warrior Families and Students

May 3, 2019

Dear Warrior Students & Families,


Welcome back! We hope everyone had an awesome Spring Break and are now recharged and ready for a great finish to our school year. Though the weather wasn’t very cooperative, exciting things continued to happen at MHS throughout the week. We celebrated our newest members being inducted into our National Honor Society, National Business Honor Society, and our World Language Honor Societies. We held our first ever academic club celebration parade to honor the outstanding successes of over 15 different academic clubs.


To top it off, tonight we get to watch countless talented Warriors perform their various talents at our Cabaret event. Indeed, it is a great day to be a Warrior. Have an awesome weekend and GO WARRIORS!


Sincerely,

Todd Irvine

Principal

US News Best High Schools

Muskego High is ranked 33rd within Wisconsin. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® coursework and exams. The AP® participation rate at Muskego High is 58%. The total minority enrollment is 8%, and 8% of students are economically disadvantaged. Muskego High is the only high school in the Muskego-Norway School District.


May is Mental Health Month. Help us end mental health stigma!!


Talk with your teens about mental health and substance use. Let them know it is ok to not be ok and that they are not alone. There is hope. Please reach out to any of our Student Services Team members with questions or assistance with resources.


Mental Health Facts: Children and Teens

Rosecrance Substance Abuse Resources for Parents

CONNECT Academy

Chyanne Balczewski and Mr. Michlig accepted the SkillsUSA Charter for Muskego Lakes Middle School at SkillsUSA State Conference in Madison this week. SkillsUSA is an opportunity for Muskego-Norway students to make connections with industry partners and community members. It allows students to demonstrate and compete at a high level with various skill sets ranging from leadership opportunities, robotics, and building. If you or your student is interested in getting involved, please contact Mr. Michlig by emailing james.michlig@muskegonorway.org .

13th Annual MHS Engineering Presentation Event

May 9th at the Muskego High School Library

11:15 am – 12:30 pm and 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm.

This event is free and open to the public. Students hope to engage in conversations about their solutions to specific problems.

Muskego High School Drama Club Presents: Snow Angel

May 10 at 7:00 pm & May 11 at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm

Tickets Available Now!
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Alumni Hunter Bindas and Abby Warwick worked together as high school seniors to try to solve the

problem of fertilizer run-off from lawns going into waterways. They have continued their research while at UW- Madison and won First Place at the First Annual Civil Environmental Engineering Innovation Prize at the Innovation Competition at Madison. Congratulations Hunter and Abby!


Congratulations to all the students who were inducted into National Honor Society this past week.


Congratulations to Kate Jochims for being awarded the WIAA Scholar Athlete Award. Kate is the fourth person in MHS history to receive this award.



Congratulations to Collin Woldt who was elected president of Region IV for Student Council at the WASC State Conference this past weekend!


The American Legion is sponsoring a junior female student for the Badger Girls State Government and Leadership Conference. This opportunity will take place this summer at University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh. Muskego High School is proud to announce that our delegate is Rabia Ahmed who was chosen by MHS teachers as a student who exhibits outstanding leadership through participation in co-curricular activities, characteristics of honesty and cooperativeness, scholastic achievement, and an interest in state government.


The American Legion is sponsoring a junior male student for the Badger Boys State Government and Leadership Conference. This opportunity will take place this summer at Ripon College on June 8-15th. Muskego High School is proud to announce that our delegate is Matthew Redlinger who was chosen by MHS teachers as a student who exhibit outstanding leadership through participation in co-curricular activities, characteristics of honesty and cooperativeness, scholastic achievement, and an interest in state government.