Schools Closed this Wednesday, May 16

Many of you are aware that thousands of educators from throughout North Carolina are scheduled to gather in Raleigh on Wednesday, May 16. They are attending a rally at the General Assembly to improve teacher working conditions and classroom opportunities for our children.

At this time, about 2,500 Wake County teachers have requested time away from the classroom to participate in this rally. More requests are expected in the coming days. Our principals can no longer ensure regular instruction and supervision.

As a result, all schools will be closed for normal operations on Wednesday, May 16. It will become an optional teacher workday. No make-up day for students will be required.

SHOUT OUT to Middle Creek High School’s Digital Career Academy students!

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A great, big career and technical education SHOUT OUT to Middle Creek High School’s Digital Career Academy students, who took home eight first-place showings in the North Carolina SkillsUSA Competition on April 18-20 in Greensboro!

Middle Creek students took first place (gold medals) in 3D Visualization and Animation, Broadcast News, Community Service, Engineering Technology Design, Interactive Application and Video Game Design, Adobe Video Design, Skills Showcase (Digital Media) and Skills Showcase (Engineering) competitions. They also placed second in five categories and third in four categories.

Fourteen Middle Creek students will be among those representing the state of North Carolina at the national competition this summer in Louisville, KY.

Middle Creek teacher Wes Petty received the North Carolina SkillsUSA Advisor of the Year. And teacher Luis Maldonado will be recognized as the Career and Technical Outstanding Educator of the Year at the national conference.

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry that encourages the development of personal, workplace and technical skills needed to succeed. Annual competitions are held for middle and high school students in dozens of professional and technical categories.

MCHS Honor Roll Breakfast – Sign-Up to Donate

MCHS Honor Roll Breakfast

Report cards will be out soon and it’s almost time to celebrate our Honor Roll Students!  On May 3the 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 Thursday May 3rd.  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 April 30th.  Gift cards should be in sealed envelopes labeled “HONOR ROLL BREAKFAST”.

Date: 03-May-2018

Time: 7:30 am – 10:30 am

Location: MCHS Cafeteria

Thank you in advance for your help!

Link to sign up

Important Information for Seniors and their Parents!

Dear Parents and Seniors of the Class of 2018 at Middle Creek High School:

All the important information related to the list of activities and events that are planned for our seniors and their families as they finish their high school career can be found here.

Following is the list of activities and events that are planned for our seniors and their families as they finish their high school career.


Wednesday, April 11, 2018—————- Delivery of caps, gowns, and announcements
Wednesday, April 25, 2018——————–Delivery of caps, gowns, and announcements
Friday, April 27, 2018——————- Senior Group Photo
Thursday, May 24, 2018——————-Senior Awards Ceremony
Friday, May 25, 2018———————–Senior Picnic
Saturday, June 2, 2018———————Baccalaureate Service
Wednesday, May 30, 2018​————————Graduation Rehearsal at 3:30 pm
Friday, June 8, 2018​——————Graduation Ceremony at 4:00 pm


Student Liaison Meeting on Friday

On Friday, April 27th, the PTSA will hold a Student Liaison Meeting in the Media Center at 2:45. All student liaisons are invited to attend, as well as all students who would like to join the student liaison program. Your input allows the PTSA to better serve all of the school students and their academic needs.

Information related to Driver’s Ed


All driver education classes are now FULL through MAY. The priority registration for summer driver education classes start April 1st through 24th and seats are assigned based on age order and the time registration forms are received. After April 24th, seats are assigned based on availability. There will be six summer classes (8:00 AM – 2:30 PM for 5 days) at Middle Creek starting in June. The new Summer School registration forms have class schedules for all Wake County High Schools and is NOW available in Student Services and online at . Each student wishing to take driver education this summer will have to register for summer school. Registration Forms must be completed and returned to Student Services or emailed directed to or the Lead Teacher at the desired school for driver education class.

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Career Exploration Program

11th-12th Graders,

Still figuring out your future?
Can’t decide on a college major? Don’t know what career pursue?

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery(ASVAB) Career Exploration Program is for you!!

ASVAB will be given on Tuesday,
April 17 @ 7:20, in Media Center
Students must preregister @

See Mrs. S. Smith in Student Services for more information.

Reflections Art Ceremony Updates




We had the Reflections Art ceremony on Monday, March 19 at MCHS media center.  We celebrated our 12 finalists and our 3 honorable mention students at this event.  We had a huge turnout with PTSA members, parents and teachers.

 We had a guest speaker, Maxim Langstaff who spoke to the audience and provided a positive message that “you can fail and its okay” he gave us a musical presentation on Reggie Dwight AKA Elton John that was simply inspiring.

 Mr. Matteau ended the night with a few words to each student and the PTSA Reflections Art chairperson, handed out a small gift of appreciation.

Tuesday, March 27 Reflections Art Wake county had its award ceremony at Martin Middle School.  All 3 of our winning entries attended along with MCHS chairperson.  They received awards along with all the other attendees that won on the county level.  Congratulations!

Here is a list of your entries that moved on to Wake county level and honorable mentions.





Placed at Wake county

Chistopher Perwell


The Shore


1st place

Lucy Hutchinson


Gymnastics Meet


Peyton Brown


The Role I Play


Nicole Lieffrig




Abi Sawyer


Within Reach


Aaron Sugarman




Ellie Bucci




Jessica King


One More Minute


Drew Young


Within Reach


2nd place

Grace Giska


Breaking Open the Sky


Neha Amalean



2D Art

1st place

Brianna Brown


Goals.  As infinite as Art on Paper



Honorable Mentions

Sophia Phillips


My Pieces


Martha Nehab




Ashley Brady


So Close


Thank you and I look forward to next year!
Ginger Carbone
Reflections Art chairperson