Great things happening at MHS (March)
1.Brandon Marler has been selected Academic All-State 2015!
•Each year only 100 Oklahoma students make Academic All-State
•Academic All-State is one of the most challenging scholastic competitions, with extraordinarily high and multifaceted criteria.
•MHS is certainly beyond proud of Brandon!
2.Spencer Anderson – MHS student of the month for March
3.Savanah Childers won a trip to Youth Leadership Camp in Colorado for an essay she submitted in the Indian Electric Essay Contest. Savanah was in the top 4 of all essays submitted in our region. Her teacher, Donna Lamberson, was presented with a $100.00 check to spend on classroom supplies.
4.(25) MHS students attended STEM Day at Central Tech and received 3rd place overall. Congrats to Colton Williams 1st place in Algebra 1, Taylor Gilreath 2nd place in Algebra 1 and Eva Barnes 3rd place Algebra 1. Great job in a clean sweep of Algebra 1 in that rigorous competition.
5.MHS Boys Basketball Honors:
•Tulsa 7 Conference Champions
•District Tournament Champions
•Regional Tournament Champions
•O.S.S.A.A. Academic Achievement Award – 3.5 Grade Point Average as a TEAM
•Randy Daugherty – Tulsa 7 Conference Player of the Year
•Derek Hilton was selected to the Tulsa 7 All-Conference Team
•Noah Garner was selected to the Tulsa 7 All-Conference Team
•Braden Whittenburg was selected to the Tulsa 7 All-Conference Team
•Garrett James, Jared Poulter, James Tucker – Honorable mention Tulsa 7 All Conference
6.MHS students Grant Waldvogel, Kate Satterfield and Jessica Schmidt finished in the top 10 of 49 high schools that competed in the Junior Achievement Stock Market Challenge. Each student received a $25.00 award for their accomplishments
7.MHS students Grant Waldvogel, Chelsea Morris and Bryce Brinker teamed to place 2nd overall in the Oklahoma Economic Councils on Education’s Economic Challenge. Each Student received a $100.00 award.
•Grant Waldvogel was 1st place winner of the individual challenge and received a $200 award for his accomplishment
•Bryce Brinker finished 2nd place in the individual challenge
8.MHS students Paul Jensen & Hailey Spencer created vlogs in Ms. Gleason’s digital story telling class as part of their applications to OSU. Paul documented his artwork and Hailey Spencer documented her volunteer services for the Tulsa Zoo. Congratulations to both students, they were both admitted and received scholarships and tuition waivers to Oklahoma State University!
9.Congratulations to all of the MHS Soloists that went to District Contest: Leigh Welch, Caleb Collins, Dae’lyn Smith, Zoe Blair, Nic Johnston, Kaitlyn Burden, Tessa Hill, and Britney Mace!
•MHS received 5 superior (1) Ratings and 3 Excellent (2) Ratings.
•This is a HUGE honor for the choir department.
•Advancing to State Contest – Leigh Welch, Caleb Collins, Dae’lyn Smith and Zoe Blair.
•Congratulations students and director Ms. Lee!
10.The MHS Show Choir attended a large Show Choir Festival at Edmond Santa Fe High School. MHS, composed of 9 mighty voices, put on a great performance in competition with mostly 6A schools. Congratulations to our show choir and Ms. Lee
11.MHS Speech and debate team qualified 12 students for the OSSAA Regional Tournament last weekend. 4 of 12 students qualified in 6 events for the STATE TOURNAMENT at the University of Oklahoma April 9-11.
•Grant Waldvogel placed 2nd place in Humorous Interpretation and 4th place in Monologue.
•Tyler Scott and Joel Snow placed 5th in Public Forum Debate
•Garrett Rask placed 4th, and Joel Snow and Tyler Scott qualified in Extemporaneous Speaking.
•MHS is certainly proud of our Speech and Debate Students and their coaches Ms. Scott & Ms. Elerick for their dedication and hard work this season. Good luck at State!
12.MHS Girls Basketball O.S.S.A.A. Academic Achievement Award – 3.5 Grade point average as a TEAM
Great things happening at MECC
PK have been learning about rainbows and color words and pesky leprechauns