October 28, 2017

2017-18: Week 9

A Solon Salute to Adam Blair, Joelyn Mensah, Noel Ribby-Williams and Hope Petraro. These four members of the MHS Diversity Club worked with MPS curriculum and technology director, Mr. Mike Martin to complete a video to be shown at the Annual Rowland Conference this past week. Along with other presenting students from Burlington, Woodstock, and Middlebury--these four students received a standing ovation from over 400 educators from around the state at UVM's Davis Center ballroom. These students are important leaders in our community and we salute you!
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwI1snielOybeFpfUXhaVlh0d1k/view?usp=sharing
Click image to play the video

A Solon Salute to MHS teachers, Cathy Butterfield, Dan Miller-Arsenault, and Sarah Squier for recently earning their renewal of National Board Certification. This rigorous undertaking is both an honor and a tremendous amount of work. Please join us in congratulating them on this accomplishment! (To read more about National Board Certification).  
Cathy Butterfield, Dan Miller-Arsenault, Sarah Squier

A Solon Salute to students Matt Koucky, Rachel Sucher, and Nathan DeGroot. They recently conducted public readings of their poetry at the an open mic celebrating diversity. The event was hosted by Vermont College of Fine Arts' MFA in Writing and Publishing program and Outright Vermont
Photo and Salute provided by Ms. McCadden

A Solon Salute to School Resource Officer, Mr. Matt Knisley. Matt was chosen to speak at the 2017 Annual Conference for the Association for Conflict Resolution in Dallas earlier this month. Matt spoke about the importance of conflict resolution skills for police officers and provided a forward thinking vision for policing. Fantastic work Officer Knisley, we salute you!

A Solon Salute to our Field Hockey, Cross-Country, and Boys' Soccer Teams who finished up their fall seasons. Thank you all for your dedication and for representing MHS so well around the state.

A Solon Salute to the Girls' Soccer Team. They won their first playoff game in the pouring rain (read Times Argus Article here). On Saturday they took on U-32 in the second round of the playoffs and won 2-1. The team will play at Milton in the semi-finals on Wednesday (11/1) at 6pm.

Click on the image to view Bill Basa's awesome recording of the game winning goal!

Announcements:
  • November 9th: MHS Concert 7pm