As part of Homecoming Spirit Week, the middle and high school students sponsored a "Share the Warmth" winter clothing collection competition. Over 100 practically new coats, sweaters, and ski pants were collected, as well as 140 hats, gloves, mittens, and scarves, and 93 pair of new socks! In addition, we received two other large clothing collections to pass along.
The Junior Class won the high school Spirit Jug points, and the 6th graders were the overall first place winners and earned a treat. Thanks to everyone who helped us to help Good Samaritan Rescue Mission stock their closets for winter.
Our seniors took a field trip to the Chippewa Nature Center. The day-long excursion focused on their program called Surviving The Elements. During the day, the seniors learned how to build shelters, use a compass, purify water, build a fire, and use a map.
Today, Mrs. Richert’s social studies class started a little differently.
Today, they prayed for those that made the ultimate sacrifice serving our nation.
Today, Mrs. Richert and her students prayed for the Troops and people of the Afghanistan. ￼
Today, they prayed for the spouses, friends, parents, babies, and colleagues of these brave soldiers.
Today, Mrs. Richert tried to share with her students what she knew about these men and women and this moment in history.
God Bless America and all our Troops everywhere. 🇺🇸
It’s the first day of school! Welcome to all our Cougar families-it’s going to be a fabulous school year!
Free Jean Day
7th grade to Chippewa Nature Center
Varsity Football @ MPSH
MS girls basketball blue team @ home
MS girls basketball white team @ home