If your student is in a club, is a non-senior who missed the first picture day on September 13th, or a non-senior who is willing to pay to retake their picture, get them dressed up and ready to go on Wednesday, October 18th, because thats Club, Makeup, and Retake Pictures Day (Catchy, right). Make sure that your student is in attendance to ensure that their pictures get taken and they get into the yearbook.
On Monday, October 16, the PTSA is having it’s monthly meeting. If possible, we would like for all members to attend. The PTSA thrive on participation from all sides so it would be great if you and maybe even your student could make it.
For traditional calendar school families who received free and reduce priced meals last year, the 2016-17 benefits will expire Friday, October 6.
WCPSS Child Nutrition Services asks that families be sure to apply now for 2017-18 benefits. The process is even easier now with online applications for free and reduced price school meals.
Families may go to www.wcpss.net/meals to determine if their student qualifies and then complete the new online application.
Families may also visit their school where paper applications will be available.
Are you interested in a career in veterinary medicine?
NC State veterinary students (VetPAC) will be on campus, Wednesday, October 18 at 9:00, to answer your questions about veterinary careers; filling out college applications; job shadowing and interning, etc.
You must pre-register to attend. See Mrs. Smith in Student Services for your pass or go to Career Ready>Careers @ The Creek to register online
The goal of the Veterinary Professions Advising Center (VetPAC) is to provide NCSU students and alumni with the knowledge, resources, opportunities, and guidance needed to be well-prepared, well-rounded, and successful veterinary school applicants
Click here for more details about VetPAC
Wake ID is a website that allows you to directly log into your student account in other websites that WCPSS has partnered with to provide a strong digital foothold for students to interact with. It gives your student access to their WCPSS Outlook email, Google student account, Google Classroom, Canvas, Gale Resources, SAS Curriculum Pathways, and WakeVue.
WCPSS’s Outlook is the only way for a student to communicate with their teacher and get a response so it’s paramount that students learn to use this quickly. And an added bonus is that students that use WCPSS WakeID also get free access to Office 365, which mean free use of Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, OneNote, Excel, and more.
Wake County has provided a very helpful PDF to explain how to log in to Wake ID here.
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!
Employers are telling us that students need experiences relevant to the workplace. They are also saying that it needs to start in HIGH SCHOOL even for students who are entering college. Help us provide our students with those opportunities!
School-to-Career of Wake County is a collaborative effort between the business community and the school system to enhance and provide additional learning opportunities for both teachers and students.
Middle Creek High School’s Business Alliance is a way for individuals in the working world to help prepare our students for what lies ahead. It helps them understand why they go to school, and helps them “get” why education is so important.
We’re looking for business people to help, and that can take almost any form. Whether you have an hour to give or a day, our students need you. Visit http://mchscareerctr.weebly.com/business-alliance.html to see the needs and register to help
Attention to all PSAT takers! Practice student guides and test day information is available in Student Services. Please stop by to pick up these materials from Ms. Woynicz before school, during lunch, or after school.
There are additional practice tests online if you visit www.collegeboard.com/PSAT.
The Governor’s School of North Carolina is the oldest statewide summer residential program for some of North Carolina’s most academically gifted and talented high school students. The six week program is open to juniors, with exceptions made for sophomores applying in the performing/visual arts areas.
To be eligible, applicants must present aptitude or achievement scores at or above 92 percent, and must commit to attend the entire six weeks. Scholarships are available.
An informational program will be presented at Meredith College, at Jones Chapel, at 6:00 p.m. Monday, October 2nd.
The complete nomination packet will be available at the North Carolina Governors School website, here. Completed applications should be submitted to Student Services Office by 3:00 p.m., Monday, October 9th. Late submissions will not be accepted.