Attention, Seniors! If you have ever participated in a school ESL program, or are currently a part of the MISD ESL program, you are eligible to apply for a $1000 scholarship from the Texas Educators of Speakers of Other Languages. If you are interested, you must act quickly! The deadline is April 3rd. For the information to apply, come by Ms. Tammy Watson’s room, T11.
Election packets are now available in R3 for those that would like to run for a Class Officer or a Class/Student Body Representative for 2015-2016 school year. All election packets will be due by April 1st. There will be a mandatory meeting at 3:00 on April 1st for all those running for an office or representative position.
Attention rising seniors: If you are interested in attending college, UTA will be offering a two day, overnight College Prep Camp. The camp will be June 25-26. The camp will provide valuable information about the college search process, financial aid and scholarship information, writing college and scholarship essays and more. While the event will be held at UT Arlington, it is not specific to UTA. Space is limited and the application deadline is March 27th. Information is available on the MHS website.
Hey, senior ladies!!!!! Come strut your stuff at the annual Miss MHS Scholarship Pageant…….yes there are cash prizes for the winner!!!!!!!! You will also compete for the people’s choice. You can pick up an application outside R10, Mrs. Henry’s room. The deadline for applications is coming soon. The Miss MHS Pageant is Wednesday, April 29, but to be a contestant, you must act now!!!!!
JUST A FRIENDLY REMINDER: Please bring your ID and a PASS from your teacher to come to the library –even during lunch-
OVERDUE BOOKS and FINES: Overdue Fines & Notices are being distributed to your English teachers. If you have overdue materials and fines, please come to the library to take care of them. If you have any questions please come by the library and talk to us immediately. All fines and overdues will be entered in Skyward this week!
Way to go TIGER BASEBALL. Our Varsity baseball team beat Allen last night 13 to 4 to put their record at 7 and 0 for the season. Tiger pitchers, ZACH KONDRAK, NATHAN WOODS, KYLE CULLEN AND TREVOR HUKILL combined for the win. Our VARSITY will play SOUTH GRAND PRAIRIE - HERE FRIDAY AT 7PM
Seniors- it is time to begin purchasing your prom tickets. Please go to the bookkeeper’s office to pick up your permission slip. Tickets are $75 an individual, and $145 a couple until March 27th. Once tickets have been purchased go by R3 to pick up your table reservation form. There can be 10 people per table.
Sophomores and Juniors taking TCC classes next year: If you have already taken the TSI test and have your scores, please turn in either your orange or purple form to the counseling center. Some students are planning on being in the I-start Academy and your purple form needs to be turned in by April 15. If you need another form, you may pick these up in the counseling office. If you have not had the opportunity to take the TSI test yet and are testing in April – you will have more time to get your paperwork in. However, if you have already taken the TSI your form is due now as your counselor is finalizing schedules for next year.
Hey, senior ladies! Come strut your stuff at the annual Miss MHS Scholarship Pageant…….yes there are cash prizes for the winner! You will also compete for the people’s choice. You can pick up an application outside R10, Mrs. Henry’s room. The deadline for applications is coming soon. The Miss MHS Pageant is Wednesday, April 29, but to be a contestant, you must act now!!!!!
The Tiger baseball team will play state ranked ALLEN here today at 6pm.
Juniors and Seniors that applied to be a part of the Put it down, Save a life program need to submit their obituaries and a picture to the email address savealifeMHS@misdmail.org by March 20th
Tonight is the Mr. MHS show in the PAC at 7:30. The cost of admission is $5. If you want to laugh and be entertained come see Michael Chavez, Gage Courtaway, Adrian Jourdan, Zach Meyer, Thomas Moquete, Parker Morris, Brandon Ortez, and Malik Williams. It is going to be a great show!!
If you are planning on taking an AP test this May and you have not yet registered, you need to see Mrs. McMullen by the end of the day Thursday. If you took AP Government or Economics last semester but forgot to register for the AP test, you need to do it by Thursday.
Congratulations go out to our Varsity Tiger BASEBALL team. Our Tigers defeated Grand Prairie 7 to 1 here at MHS. Senior pitcher NATHAN WOODS threw all 7 innings. The Tiger infield turned 3 doubleplays to help on defense. The Varsity is now 2 and 0 in district play and 6 and 0 for the season.
The Linda B Epps Scholarship for $1000 is available to seniors planning to attend college or a trade school upon graduation. The applications can be picked up from Mrs. Wiggins in the counseling office. Deadline to submit your application is April 18th.
Juniors and Seniors that applied to be a part of the Put it down, Save a life program need to submit their obituaries and a picture to the email address savealifeMHS@misdmail.org by March 20th.
Ben Barber won first place at the Area German Contest. Five MHS students qualified to the State meet.
Due to snow they were not able to travel to San Marcos to compete at the State German Contest. We were, however, allowed to submit some of our drama events through video and some of the kids were called and performed through facetime or Skype. All academic events were cancelled.
2nd place - Level 1 Skit MHS students: Will Moulton, Gillian Snelson,
4th place - Lower Level Puppet Show MHS students: Lindsey Burns,
6th place - Lindsey Burns - Photo Essay
Students who qualified but were not able to participate due to weather:Ryan Roberts, Cat Uleman, Nikki Enoksen
Congratulations to the Mansfield students that advanced and competed at the Business Professionals of America Statewide Leadership Conference in Dallas. Students that advanced and competed were: Andrew Mitchell, Spencer Garrett, Christopher Chasteen, Stephen Ndiritu, Joseph Santana, Robert Miller and Jesse Mitchell. The students that placed in the entire state of Texas were Joseph Santana (8th place in Java Programming) and Jesse Mitchell (1st in C++ programming, 1st in Computer Programming Concepts and 8th in Information Technology Concepts). Jesse Mitchell will be advancing to compete at the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California.
TIGER BASEBALL IS HERE. Our Tiger Varsity baseball team will play their 2nd DISTRICT HERE on Tuesday night. Yes, that's right, TIGER BASEBALL_is HERE ON CAMPUS Tuesday night at 7pm.
Congratulations to the Gold Dusters for their amazing performances at The Alamo Dance Classic last weekend. The team brought home a Sweepstakes trophy with a Gussie Nell Davis Award. They also received a Judges Award for each of their dances. Other team awards included Best Overall Presentation, Outstanding Choreography, and 2nd Runner up for Best in Class. The Officers brought home a Sweepstakes Trophy with a Gussie Nell Davis Award. They also received a Judges Award for each of their dances. Other awards included Outstanding Choreography, Outstanding Precision, and 1st Runner Up for Best in Class. Individual awards included: Cora Roberts won Best Solo for the Medium HS division and Cameron Bacote was 2nd Runner Up for her solo in the JV HS division. Yana Kolpakova, Caitlin Leary, and Gia Valles won Best in Class for their trio and Kennedy Armstrong, Jasmine Hill, and Kimberly Hollingsworth won 1st Runner Up for their trio. Eazhel Breeden and Alexis Whitfield won 2nd Runner Up for their Duet. Way to go Gold Dusters! All your hard work has paid off and showed why Mansfield is among the Best!
The GoCenter now has new hours !
- It'll be open from Tuesday through Thursday from 8-1.
- The hours will be changed once again when new mentors come in starting next week, but we will announce those new hours when they become available.
Seniors: The Fort Worth Scottish Rite Foundation is accepting applications for their 2015 scholarships. The foundation will award 50 scholarships for $1000. These are awarded to graduating seniors for scholastic achievement , extracurricular involvement, community efforts and dedication.
Please make sure you are in dress code each day!
Students: In the afternoons when school is out, you need to exit the building by 3:05 pm unless you are attending tutoring.
Just a friendly reminder that the speed limit on MISD property is 15 miles per hour.
Students: You are not allowed to carry skateboards/longboards around with you during the school day. These need to be kept in your locker until after school.