The Transportation Department of the Wake County Public School System has begun to get ready for the 2018-19 school year. The Transportation Department is contacting current bus riders by phone and email asking them to go online to make Transportation aware of their changing needs.
Families with children that are transportation eligible and are riding the same bus to the same school next year don’t need to take any action.
Families that need to update their student’s bus service needs for the 2018-19 school year, should go online at www.wcpss.net/busrider and complete the form.
Families with a student assigned to a bus but not riding the bus are asked to submit the decline bus form at www.wcpss.net/declinebus so that Transportation has the family’s most up-to-date information.
If a family needs to look at their current Transportation information, they can find it online. Up-to-date transportation information is available in their student’s Home Base/PowerSchool account. Families not using Home Base/Powerschool can sign up for an account at their school. More information on Home Base is available at www.wcpss.net/student-information.
MCHS 2018 Baccalaureate Service, is Saturday, June 2nd, at 11 am at Edenton Street Methodist Church. Sanctuary doors will open at 10:30 am for guests. Families have long appreciated the beautiful and inspirational service that parent volunteers and senior students strive to create each year. As this is not a school sponsored event, family donations are used to cover all Baccalaureate expenses including the church, reception, and speaker.
If you plan on attending and want to ensure your senior’s name is listed in the Baccalaureate Program, you must RSVP by May 18th at http://mchsbaccalaureate.wix.com/baccalaureate2018.
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.
Motor Vehicle Crashes kill more teens than the next four leading causes combined. Middle Creek is offering a wonderful opportunity to all parents of young drivers to help keep their teen driver safe.
The StreetSafe Lifesaving Driving Experience will be pulling into Middle Creek on May 19th to bring its unique hands-on driving program to our school. All students with a Learner’s Permit or Driver’s License are invited to participate in this 4½ hour behind-the-wheel experience taught by First Responders.
Space is limited and pre-registration is required, so sign your young driver up today!
When: Saturday, May 19th 9am – 1:30pm
Where: Middle Creek High School (123 Middle Creek Park Ave, Apex, NC)
You can watch a short video about the StreetSafe Experience here
Teacher Job Fair is May 19
Join us from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Green Level High School to meet school staff members, share resumes and interview with administrators.
Register at www.wcpss.net/jobfair.
Have you ever wanted to take a course about something that interested you? Maybe art, photography, another language or honing your computer skills?
WCPSS Community Services offers adult evening classes for adults to learn everything from a new hobby to a new set of career skills.
Categories of our evening courses include Arts and Crafts, Communications, Languages, Career Skills, Construction, Cooking, Dance and Fitness, Gardening, Finance and more!
Courses are very reasonably priced. And, if you happen to be a WCPSS teacher, you could earn continuing education units (CEUs).
We invite you to check out the possibilities!
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.
The MCHS Engineering & Design Academy (STEM Academy) is hosting a fundraiser on May 3 at City Barbecue, Kildare Farm Road, Cary.
25% of your purchase will be donated back to our group.
Please present the bar code to the cashier in order for the Academy to receive 25% of sales that day.
Your support is deeply appreciated!!
MCHS Honor Roll Breakfast
Report cards will be out soon and it’s almost time to celebrate our Honor Roll Students! On May 3, the 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”.
Time: 7:30 am – 10:30 am
Location: MCHS Cafeteria
Thank you in advance for your help!