• September 5Pre-ACT will be on Wednesday, Sept. 9

Warriors Word

Weekly Announcements


FOOTBALL MEETING If you are interested in playing football next year we will have a MANDATORY FOOTBALL MEETING, Tomorrow, March 10 in room 230 at 2:30.

  • See Coach Krause with any issues.


  • Prom is April 18, 2020 at the Italian Community Center.
  • Guest passes and MHS student contracts along with all prom information is available on the high school website or in any of the offices.
  • Guest passes due April 3rd.
  • Tickets are $55.00 which includes dinner, late night snacks, candy buffet and coach bus transportation to and from the event.
  • Tickets will be sold March 30 – April 6th before and after school in the cafeteria.
  • A signed contract MUST be turned in for each student to purchase a prom ticket (including guest).  Contracts available online or in any office.
  • You will be able to reserve a table to sit with your friends at dinner, so it is suggested that all of you in a group purchase your tickets at the same time.

PARKING REMINDER Students are only permitted to park their vehicles in student parking lots.

  • If you park in an unauthorized area you may be subject to citation.
  • Thank you for your cooperation .  Officer Hendrickson.

ROBOTICS  This past weekend, the MHS robotics team competed in Duluth, Minnesota at the FIRST Robotics Northern Lights Regional Competition.

  • After nine hard-fought qualification matches against teams from around the world, the WarriorBots placed 22nd out of 59 teams and was selected to play in the third-ranked alliance in the elimination rounds.
  • Despite the outstanding play of the drive team — composed of Kat Maupin, Pedro Molina, Jake Busalacchi, Aiden Blenker and Wesley Lidwin — the WarriorBots were edged out in the quarterfinals.
  • The WarriorBots finished the weekend with a six and six record overall and are in an excellent position to improve those statistics in the Wisconsin Regional Competition, taking place on March 20th and 21st at the UW-M Panther Arena in downtown Milwaukee.
  • Off the field, the WarriorBots earned both the Entrepreneurship Award and the Safety Award on the strength of their business and safety plans.
  • Special recognition goes to Ana Maupin, Jessica Miron, Maya Liebel, Tori Burany and Pedro Molina for their work on these plans.
  • Congratulations, and good luck at the Wisconsin Regional!
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