Tickets for Little Women will be available online via the ‘SeatYourself’ button below.
Middle Creek staff, we would like to offer you a free ticket to come see the show. To reserve your ticket, please email email@example.com.
On Tuesday, February 20th, Miss Teen Apex International and Mrs. Apex International are coming to speak with the Women’s Empowerment Club.
Come join us and learn about important issues regarding physical and mental health. The meeting will last from 2:30-3:30.
It’s time to register for the MCHS SAT Prep Course.
The classes begins March 12, 2018 and ends on April 30th, 2018. It is offered on Mondays from 4 – 7 pm by MCHS teachers. The cost of the course is $150.00 and can be paid online via MCHS website. Payments of cash, check or money order can be paid before or after school to Mr. Matteau in room 310
Any student interested in taking the class, please note that the registration deadline is March 7th
The PTSA is offering scholarships for the course. Please inquire in student services if you are interested in being considered for a scholarship.
Click here for Registration Form and Information
The ACT®, one of the leading US college admissions test, is coming to Middle Creek on Feb. 28th, for ALL 11th graders and FREE of Charge. A question I get a lot is: “which test should I take, the SAT or the ACT”? My answer to that, being the cheapskate that I am is: you’re getting the ACT for free and during school hours, so make the most of it and do your best. Here’s a great resource to help you prepare:
But what if you need to retake the test? Should it be the ACT or the SAT? That depends on the type of test taker you are and the types of knowledge that interest you most. To better understand each test I found the following article to help explain the differences between the ACT and SAT:
And Veritas Prep has a fun, easy, 15 question quiz to help you decide:
Whichever test you decide to take, good luck in your college prep journey.
Course Registration for the 2018-19 school year will be from March 1-30. All students received a course selection checklist from their second block teacher. This year, students will register in the media center during second block class. Please complete your registration checklist with your parents prior to coming for your registration time. Click here for course registration material.
ALSO, are you a rising Senior?
Student Services has applications for rising Seniors who:
- are interested in late arrival or early release for the 2018-19 school year
- want to become a teacher’s assistant for the 2018-19 school year
- would like to do an internship for next year
All applications can be picked up in Student Services and must be dropped off no later than March 30th.
What Inspires me?
THIS YEAR’S CONTEST IS NOW OPEN
Does art inspire you? Clouds that look like faces? Sugar? Discovering new galaxies? Artists have looked to the world around them for centuries to gain inspiration. This year’s 10th anniversary of Doodle 4 Google asks students to do the same. T
he winner’s artwork will be made into an interactive doodle on Google.com as well as loads of scholarships and prizes.
Did you know….
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) are institutions of higher learning that were created to educate newly freed slaves during Reconstruction. These institutions have fostered African-American leaders for over a hundred years. North Carolina is home to ten Historically Black Colleges and Universities. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NCA&TSU)– known for its engineering programs and with a legacy that includes “The Greensboro Four,” and Ronald McNair – has moved quietly and resolutely toward its goal of becoming the best black college in the country. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University is the largest black college in the country. This spring, NCA&TSU plans to open its largest building — a new 150,000-square-foot student center. The university has also broken ground on the $90 million Engineering Research and Innovation Complex (ERIC). North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University College of Engineering produces more African-American engineers than any university in the nation.
MCHS Men and Ladies of Distinction invite you to honor and celebrate African-American History this month and every month.
Every Wednesday in February the Men and Ladies of Distinction invite you to come Lunch and Learn! Bring your lunch and join us in Room 2106 during your lunch this Wednesday. This week Middle Creek’s own Mr. Scialdone will lead our discussion on Emmett Till:Say His Name.
Students should come by room 2106 to get your Lunch and Learn Pass before Wednesday.
Join the Men and Ladies of Distinction for Schoolhouse Rocks: Movies that Teach!
This Thursday we will be watching the film Hidden Figures. Come to room 2106 at 2:30 to view and discuss the award winning film about the African-American Women who supported the US moon landing.
Mid-Year transcripts will be ready to send to colleges on February 13th. Transcripts will be uploaded into Common App accounts at that time. Colleges not in Common App can be sent through your CFNC account or Scriborder (out-of-state schools) also beginning on February 13th.
Stop by student services with any questions
Report cards will be out soon and it’s almost time to celebrate our Honor Roll Students! On February 13th, the students will enjoy Krispy Kreme doughnuts and assorted snacks. There will be two shifts, with Juniors and Seniors at the first breakfast and Freshmen and Sophomores at the second. Each breakfast will conclude with a drawing of gift cards to places our kids love to go. These cards are in small denominations of $5, $10 and $15. Popular choices include i-tunes, Starbucks, McDonalds and Target.
The school will post a list of students earning a place on the “A/B Honor Roll and the “All A Honor Roll.” Students on the “All A Honor Roll” will receive a ticket to the Honor Roll Breakfast on Tuesday February 13th. The drawing for gift cards at the end of each breakfast will include the names of students from BOTH the “all A” and “A/B” Honor Rolls. Gift cards won by students not at the honor roll breakfast will be delivered later.
Please sign up to donate snacks, gift cards, or to volunteer for the Honor Roll Breakfast. Please drop off your donations in the STUDENT SERVICES office by Monday 12th. Gift cards should be in sealed envelopes labeled “HONOR ROLL BREAKFAST”.
This event is a Mustang Tradition and it only happens because of the support of parents like you. Every donation of time, snacks, or gift cards is very much appreciated.
Thanks so much!
Click here to Sign-up.