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 Continue reading →
Pot Luck lunch Link to sign up The next teacher luncheon is April 19th. Please bring your favorite pot luck dish to share with our wonderful teachers. Date : 19-Apr-2018 Time: 10:am 0 12:30 pm Location : Media Center Please bring in all food items by 10am the day of the lunch and deliver to the media center workroom. If you need your dish returned, please label and we will leave for you to pick up. Thank you in advance for your help! Link to Continue reading →
There will be an informational meeting on March 28 @ 2:20 for any rising SENIOR who is interested in or has questions about doing an internship next year.
2018 MCHS Prom Information Juniors and Seniors- If you plan on attending prom and/or bringing a guest you MUST turn in a Prom permission form and Guest Form. They are available on the MCHS website or copies are in student services. Forms are due April 10th at 2:30 in the front office. Seniors if you would like to be on Prom Court 2018 please fill out the application at tinyurl.com/MCHSprom2018. Prom fees, outstanding fines and Guest tickets can be purchased on March 16, March 23 and April 9 in Continue reading →
Congratulations to Physic Teacher Andrew McQuiston who has been awarded one of the 4C Grants from WCPSS to support the MCHS Physics program! A brief description of the grant is below; TECHNOLOGY-BASED INQUIRY FOR PHYSICS – MIDDLE CREEK HIGH Andrew McQuiston Engaging students in physics inquiry can be enhanced with technology that simulates real-life scenarios. This project will allow students to design experiments, take real-world measurements of position, velocity, acceleration, and force in actual time. Students will rely upon critical thinking skills to manipulate resulting Continue reading →
Students, want to get involved with what’s happening at Middle Creek but just don’t how ? Join Student Liaison!! Click on the link to join… http://mchs-ptsa.com/liaison/ Note: Students are also required to join the PTSA membership. The membership dues are $10. The PTSA is an alliance of Parents, Teachers and Students working to enhance the academic environment of our school. Student involvement is vital to the success of our mission as the Academic Booster Club of MCHS. Student members of the PTSA are invited to Continue reading →
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Attention Middle Creek Students. The school’s SkillsUSA chapter is asking for your help with our local food drive. Please donate goods like: peanut butter, small cereals boxes, soup, granola bars, pop tarts, ramen noodles, tooth paste and tooth brushes, shampoo, or deodorant. Posters appear around school with other items you can bring as well. Please donate to this worthy cause, starting today until March 26th. Bring your donations to room 3224, 3302, or 2112. Thank you for your support!
NC State is having its biannual Open House on Saturday, March 17th from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. It’s a great way to gather information about the wide variety of resources available to students in the College of Engineering. If you are interested in engineering, the best way for prospective students and their parents to learn about engineering at NC State is to visit the College of Engineering buildings on Centennial Campus and attend an information session, tour a lab, and talk with our departments Continue reading →
Congratulations to students in North Carolina who placed at the state level for PTA Reflections, a national arts recognition program that encourages students to explore their talents and express themselves. View a full listing of Reflections Winners. First-place winners move on to the National PTA competition. Join us at the NCPTA Reflections Celebration on Saturday, April 21 in Durham to celebrate these young artists!