This student just finished his clock/mirror woods project. It was made from quartersawn walnut and turned out to be an awesome project. Nice work!
5 months ago, Mr. Burgard
walnut clock/mirror project
Baseball Game TOMORROW - The Baseball Game scheduled for tomorrow at North Greene has been CANCELED
5 months ago, Sarah Cooper
Baseball Game TONIGHT - Rescheduled due to the weather conditions. This game will be rescheduled for Thursday, May 5th at 4:30pm. This will be a home game.
5 months ago, Sarah Cooper
The Track and Baseball pictures have been rescheduled for Friday, May 6th at 2:30pm. Online ordering will be the same. Track will start at 2:30. Baseball will get dressed at 2:45 and then have pics at the field before the game.
5 months ago, Sarah Cooper
Josten's will be here on Monday, May 16th during study hall to deliver class rings. Please make sure you have your payment sent in or send it with your student that day to ensure they are able to get their class ring.
5 months ago, Sarah Cooper
Jostens
Information for our annual Senior Parade!
5 months ago, Mrs. Fricke
Senior Parade
Just a reminder that Inter-State will be here on Friday, April 29th at 2:30pm to take Spring Sports pictures. They will take track at 2:30 pm at the school and then head to the baseball field to take baseball pictures before the home game that night. You can order online: inter-state.com/order Order Code: 68305KA
5 months ago, Sarah Cooper
These two students built this chess/checkers board and, out of their own generosity, decided to donate it to the school’s learning center. Well done, guys!
5 months ago, Mr. Burgard
Chess/Checkers Board
5 months ago, Mrs. Fricke
Summer School
Calling all tractor owners! Join MPHS for Tractor Day which will feature the Class of 2024 Caleb Coogan Memorial Tractor Parade!
5 months ago, Mrs. Fricke
Tractor Day Flyer
LSA is offering summer athletic enhancement training for HS football players and JH students. Check out the flyer if interested!
5 months ago, Mrs. Fricke
summer football camp
We hope you've enjoyed your break. As a reminder, school resumes this Monday, April 25, at 8:00 a.m. We are looking forward to finishing the year strong!
5 months ago, Mrs. Fricke
School starts Monday
Today’s (4/20) softball game has been canceled.
6 months ago, Mrs. Fricke
The softball game today will be played at Tri-City.
6 months ago, Mrs. Fricke
The softball game scheduled for tonight at New Berlin has been canceled. There will be no pratice.
6 months ago, Sarah Cooper
The Baseball Game scheduled for Home tonight has been CANCELED due to the weather conditions.
6 months ago, Sarah Cooper
Art 1 students created beautiful koi fish paintings in art class last week.
6 months ago, Mrs. Lambert
Koi Fish Paintings
Koi Fish Painting
Koi Fish Painting
Koi Fish Painting
Spanish 2,3 and 4 students spent the day in Chicago exploring various kinds of Hispanic artwork. The day began admiring murals in the neighborhoods at Little Village and Pilsen. Lunch was trying new beverages and different kinds of tacos and authentic food in Pilsen. Students then moved into the city where they completed the Frida Kahlo immersion experience. Finally, students made their way to the art institute of Chicago where they explored art from that only the Spanish-speaking world but also from all over the globe. Before heading home, students explored Millennium Park and the famous architecture bean. The weather held out for us, and all students would agree that they walked away having had a good experience. Thank you to everyone who helped make this field trip possible.
6 months ago, Rachel Grunder
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Spanish 2,3 and 4 students spent the day in Chicago exploring various kinds of Hispanic artwork. The day began admiring murals in the neighborhoods at Little Village and Pilsen. Lunch was trying new beverages and different kinds of tacos and authentic food in Pilsen. Students then moved into the city where they completed the Frida Kahlo immersion experience. Finally, students made their way to the art institute of Chicago where they explored art from that only the Spanish-speaking world but also from all over the globe. Before heading home, students explored Millennium Park and the famous architecture bean. The weather held out for us, and all students would agree that they walked away having had a good experience. Thank you to everyone who helped make this field trip possible.
6 months ago, Rachel Grunder
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Spanish 2,3 and 4 students spent the day in Chicago exploring various kinds of Hispanic artwork. The day began admiring murals in the neighborhoods at Little Village and Pilsen. Lunch was trying new beverages and different kinds of tacos and authentic food in Pilsen. Students then moved into the city where they completed the Frida Kahlo immersion experience. Finally, students made their way to the art institute of Chicago where they explored art from that only the Spanish-speaking world but also from all over the globe. Before heading home, students explored Millennium Park and the famous architecture bean. The weather held out for us, and all students would agree that they walked away having had a good experience. Thank you to everyone who helped make this field trip possible.
6 months ago, Rachel Grunder
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