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The theme for this year is “Within Reach”
Calling all artists, poets, songwriters, photographers. It’s time to submit your work of art in this year’s Reflections Art Contest. There are six categories to choose from. Everything from dance/choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography and Visual Arts.
All entries must be in by October 27, 2017
Submissions go to Mr. Matteau, MCHS creative writing teacher.
For additional information, please see Mr.Matteau or email Ms Carbone, Reflections Art Chairperson.
Information can also be obtained from MCHS PTSA website or at the Wake County Website.
The Stampede Club is excited to announce that this year’s Stampede to Excellence Auction will be held at Middle Creek High School on Saturday, November 18th, 2017. This is a great way to show your support and raise money for your teams and clubs!
We are collecting an assortment of unique packages and popular items, including vacation rentals, restaurant gift cards, golf outings (MacGregor Downs), sports tickets (NC State football and basketball), MCHS spirit wear, player-signed sports equipment and much more.
Individual ticket is for $15 or $25 for two. Dinner is included in the ticket price.
Tickets can be purchased from any sports team. Discounted tickets are available in the school office for staff, who will be eligible for special raffles throughout the evening.
Dinner and Silent Auction begins at 5:30 pm! Live Auction begins at 6:30 pm!
To purchase tickets and get more information, visit the Stampede Club’s Web Site!
It’s time to register for the MCHS SAT Prep Course.
The course begins on October 16, 2017 and ends on November 27, 2017. It is offered on Mondays from 4:00-7:00 PM and offered by MCHS teachers. The cost of the course is $150.00 and can be paid online via the MCHS website.
Payments of cash, check, or money order can be paid before or after school to Mr. Matteau in room 310.
PTSA is offering scholarships for the course. Please inquire in student services if you are interested in being considered for a scholarship.
The deadline to register for the course is October 12, 2017. Space is limited.
Registration Form and Information
Schedule for ordering;
Last Name A thru L – Wednesday, Oct 4th
Last Name M thru Z – Thursday, Oct 5th
Jostens will be on campus on Wednesday, Oct 4th & Thursday, Oct. 5thduring lunches in the front lobby to take class ring orders. Please take a look at the schedule for ordering listed above. The deposit is $60.
Jostens will be taking senior orders for caps & tassels, gowns and other senior products on Wednesday, Oct. 4th & Thursday, Oct. 5th during lunches in the front lobby. A $60 deposit is required to place your order.
There will also be a Parent Night from 5:00pm to 7:00pm on Thursday, Oct.5thin the Front Lobby.
Saturday, November 11, from 9am to 3pm at MCHS Commons
Applications for the 6th Annual Winter Wonders Craft Fair are now available. Space is limited and we do not accept duplicate vendors, so please do not delay. Artists, crafters and vendors of all kinds are welcome to participate. If you have a product or service to offer, then we invite you to apply for booth space.
Winter Wonders is a fun, family-friendly, community event held at MCHS. All proceeds benefit academic programs at MCHS. Begin the Holiday season with us at Middle Creek High on Saturday, November 11th from 9am to 3pm.
Interested vendors & crafts can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on availability and/or application form.
College Night at Middle Creek will be held on September 26 at 6:30 in the Auditorium and Commons. We will have college admissions counselors from UNC, NC State, Methodist College, and Wake Tech, along with military recruiters, available to answer questions and talk about college admissions. This event is open to all grade levels as students begin thinking about planning for the college application process in the future. We hope to see you there!
August 31, 2017
Dear Parents and Guardians:
Our traditional calendar schools are not yet a week old and already we have experienced social media threats at two of our high schools. This is no way to start off a school year. Parents and guardians, please know and share with your students that we take all these threats seriously and investigate fully. Not only are consequences delivered by the schools, but where feasible law enforcement, at our urging, will seek to prosecute.
In our school community we do not consider social media threats humorous, cute, or insignificant. Please talk with your students and help them understand that they are creating a digital footprint that not only will speak for itself, but will also follow them as they continue their schooling and careers. And yes, I ask you to monitor their social media. Young people are committing too many mistakes for which they do not fully appreciate and understand the consequences. Please help them with that understanding.
Now, let’s get back to why we come to school – to teach and to learn.
Dr. James G. Merrill
Wake County Public School System
Club Fair is coming this Thursday, Sep. 7th from 10:30 to 12:45pm in the Commons.
Students, come check out all the great clubs at Middle Creek. With over 40 clubs to choose from, there sure to be something you like. Such as:
- Science Olympiad
- Film Production
- Creek Crazies
- And many more! (Complete List)
There will booths and representatives in the Commons to tell you all about each club. Don’t see a club? No problem. You can make your own club and add it to the list! Just stop by Student Services and fill out a New Club Request Form.
The new year brings new parents and students who are new to the traffic patterns around our school. Don’t worry though, it’s only bad the first week. Here are some basic ideas that can help keep tempers cool and accidents from happening during this traffic crisis:
- Courtesy, Courtesy, Courtesy. Be helpful. Let cars needing to turn left in front of you, but not too many. You need to be courteous to drivers behind you as well. If everyone would let one car in front of them, things will run a lot smoother.
- Apply “The Rule of Rights”. When entering the roads around the school, try to use as many right turns as possible. Try to avoid left turns. The more you can do this, the better your experience will be.
- Don’t wait until you are at the front of the school to drop your student off. There is a large sidewalk alongside the round-about. It’s OK if your kid has to walk a little. The more cars that can unload at the same time, the faster the line moves.
- Students – be prepared to leave the vehicle efficiently. Have all your stuff ready to go. Again, be courteous to all the cars behind you waiting.
- Please do not cut through the student or teacher parking lots. We need to protect these valuable people. We love our kids and our teachers.
- Plan for a Delay. Try to leave a little bit early and know that you’ll be getting to your final destination a little bit late.
As the penguins of Madagascar say “Smile and wave boys. Smile and wave”. Be friendly to each other. Pay it forward. We’re all in this together and a little help goes along way.