Want to visit Tokyo and Kyoto? Go shopping in one of the most diverse cities on the planet earth? Take a sky car to the top of Mt. Fuji?
Visit a palace made of gold?
Then come with Mr. Hartman and Mr. Davis to the 2018 Japan Summer Tour!
The next meeting that will take place Wednesday, April 26th @ 6:30 PM in the Courtyard. Can't make it? Then see Mr. Hartman or Mr. Davis for more information. Handouts are located in the Social Studies Hallway.
Tickets for URINETOWN are on sale and this is a show you don't want to miss! The shows are May 4,5 and 6th at 7:30 p.m. in the PAC. Tickets are $8 for students and $10 for adults.
Urinetown is MUSICAL COMEDY which means dancing and singing and a live band. Over one hundred of our incredible students have worked on this production.
Order your tickets now at www.mhswi.booktix.com or purchase them at the door!
Student Organization Announcements
Congrats to Model UN on doing a great job in their final conference of the year at Northwestern University last week. Model UN meets every Monday after school in the CLC. All members are especially encouraged to attend the final meeting of the year on May 15th, when next year's conference locations will be chosen and executive board elections will take place.
4th Vegan Potluck
The potluck will take place
during Advisory/Lunch in Room 1817.
All are welcome! Please remember to bring a plate and silverware
to eat with as well as a vegan dish to share.
BOOK CLUB - Last Book for 2016-17 School Year
This month Book Club is reading “Thirteen Reasons Why” by Jay Asher.
You can check out the book in the LMC, and join us on
May 18th after school for a great discussion.
Everyone is invited!
Looking for a room number or time for your meeting?
View the Student Organizations Calendar
Community Service Opportunities
MHS “Sterling” Service Award
In 2010, the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School District Board of Education made a commitment to our community by asking our students to include in their educational experience the chance to “give back.” Students were required to complete 40 hours of service learning/community service as a graduation requirement.
As a result, students have worked on countless projects in their classes and on their own to address problems in our community and world. They have used their education and skills to solve these problems and make our community a better place.
We would like to recognize the “best of the best” of those efforts. This does not necessarily mean to recognize the number of hours served, but exemplary impact to the community.
The Award is open for all Seniors to apply.
You may pick up an application in Ms. Stodola’s office in 1003D or click on the link: Sterling Service Award application Submit your response to Ms. Stodola by Friday, May 5, 2017 for consideration.
Looking for community service opportunities? Look on our website for ideas
If you have Service Learning questions, contact Ms. Stodola, firstname.lastname@example.org or 829-9926.
You can also find her in her in Room 1003, down the Athletic Office hall.
Sign up to meet with her on FlexiSched during ASR—GEN K Stodola.
Student Services Announcements
Freshman Boys Tennis to McFarland
canceled and postponed until May 9.
Dance Team Tryouts May 15-19 !
May 15- Mandatory Informational 5:30-6pm in the Small Guym
Both dancers & Parent(s)/guardian(s)
May 16, 17, 18- Dance Clinics 4-6pm
May 19 - Auditions 4-7pm
Attention all out of season athletes.
Get a great jump start on summer by joining the After School Workouts. We train --Thursday-from .
All Out of Season Athletes are welcome to join us.
Meet in the Fitness Center.