November 8, 2015

Week 11

The fall musical starts this Thursday night! Come and see MHS students bring the musical, The Adam's Family, to life on Thursday, Friday & Saturday night this week (7:30pm). There is also a Saturday matinee at 1:30pm. 

 

Reminder: A reminder to everyone that we will have an adjusted schedule on Wednesday for Veteran's Day. All students will be dismissed from Block 2 at 10:00am to get their coats and go to TA. All TAs please take attendance and wait for dismissal to go to the Bailey Street Bridge. Following the Veteran's Day parade ceremony, we will return to Block 2 classes. Our schedule for the day is as follows:

PLC: 7:30 - 8:25
Block 1: 8:40 - 9:40
Block 2 (1st part): 9:45 - 10:00
TA & Assembly: 10:00 - 10:40
Block 2 (2nd part): 10:45 - 11:30
Block 3 11:35 - 1:25
Lunch A 11:35 - 12:05
Lunch B 12:10 - 12:40
TA 1:30 - 1:40
Block 4 1:45 - 3:00

A Solon Salute to Vermonter and US Olympic Cross-Country skier, Andy Newell. Mr. Newell stopped by to share his story or hard-work and perseverance with MHS students. Thank you to Mr. Gallagher for coordinating the visit!

A Solon Salute and Congratulation to the MHS Debate Teams who won the Hartford Tournament on Saturday: George Huang and Omeed Fallahi placed first overall team, and Omeed won first place as overall speaker. George placed fifth as overall speaker. Emily Sheftman and Jackson Markov had a great debut placing 4th overall team place, first novice team place and Jackson was 8th overall speaker. -Mrs. Russo.

A Solon Salute to Miguel Harris who presented on a student panel about his music and his experience in the Soar program during last week's Vermont Creative Network's Summit. Great job Miguel, we salute you! (Thanks to Mrs. DiLena for the photo)!

Two Solon Salutes from Mrs. Squier: 

1) The FHC was spectacular this year. The food was DELICIOUS, and the entertainment was a blast. Thank you to everyone who made that happen, AGAIN!

2) Bill Laidlaw saved me from an encounter with a small, confused rodent in my recycling bin this morning.  Without his selfless heroics, I would still be a blithering mess.  All Hail Bill, the Mighty Shrew Re-Locator!