Middle Creek Driver Education summer school registration program has begun.
Priority registration is from April 1 – April 24, 2017. During the priority registration period, students are assigned to a class based on age, oldest to youngest. Students who register after April 24th are assigned to class on a first come basis as long as slots are available.
Summer Registration forms can be found in Student Services or on line at www.jordandriving.com. Legible completed forms should be submitted to Student Services of the selected school or emailed to the lead teacher at the school selected. Schools, lead teachers and schedules are found on the back of the form. Each student must submit a summer registration form before getting assigned to a summer class.
“Escape Room” has been all the rage for a while now. You’ve heard about it.
You play the “game” by paying an entrance fee to get locked in a room. Then you work together with your friends to find clues that will get you out.
Sound fun? Matt Scialdone and his English teacher colleagues at Middle Creek High School thought so.
So did the 4C Grant Fund. The Fund supports engaged learning that comprises Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking and Communication.
OK, so no one got locked in a room
Matt and his colleagues designed an activity where students have to unlock boxes instead, using clues based on literature they have read this year in class.
UPDATE: Your PTSA, through its STEM Grant Program, has helped purchased additional break out kits which will allow multiple classrooms to experience this new and engaging educational experience. Thank you for your generous donations and for supporting better education at Middle Creek High.
Superintendent Jim Merrill gave the Board of Education an overview of his proposed $1.6 billion budget for next year at the board’s April 4 meeting.
To see how the budget is planned to be spent visit: http://www.wcpss.net/Page/30358
The Middle Creek PTSA is having a Jersey Mike’s fundraising event for three days, Wednesday through Friday, April 26th– 28th at the Jersey Mike’s McCullers Crossing location (corner of 1010 and 401 next to Food Lion).
Coupons are going to be handed out in school and in the carpool lane the week of April 24th. The coupon is free. Simply present the coupon with a donation of $3.00 or more and receive a regular size sub at Jersey Mike’s.
MCHS will receive the entire $3.00 (or more) donation for every sub purchased. Enjoy dinner on site or take it to go! Come on out and support the MCHS PTSA.
The Middle Creek Junior/Senior Prom will be held Saturday, April 29th. Any junior/senior interested in attending this year’s prom must complete a prom form and have it turned in by Friday, April 7.
All dues and fees must be paid in order to attend the prom. Dues can be paid online or on Thursdays in the commons during all three lunches. Student and guest forms can also be picked up in the front office or on Thursdays during all three lunches.
If you are taking a guest to the prom this year, the cost is $50. Guest fees and forms can only be turned in on Thursdays in the commons during all three lunches. If you have any questions regarding the prom, please see Mr. Shipp, Mrs. Titus, or Ms. Henderson.
Are you interested in taking college classes at Wake Tech next year for free through the Career and College Promise Program? Any rising junior or senior who would like to learn more about CCP and be able to sign up for Wake Tech classes must attend an Information Session. MCHS will host a regional information session on April 5 in the auditorium. Students must pre-register for this session online at ccp.waketech.edu.
Please join MCHS PTSA as we welcome Renee Rogers and Laura Wilson to the leadership team. Renee and Laura will serve as co-chairpersons of the Student Recognition Committee for 2017/18. We look forward to celebrating many Honor Roll Breakfasts to come with our new leaders. Thank you, Ladies!
Be a superhero and signup as a volunteer for the 6th Annual Stampede Club 5K being held April 22, 2017. High School students are welcome to volunteer.
Positions include water station attendants, course directors, registration and packet pickup shifts.
To sign up, visit: