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Wednesday October 3, 2012 Early College HS @ MC
Student of the Week SENIOR: Senior Daisy Gonzalez demonstrates the core value of kindness. She maintains a positive attitude, is encouraging to her classmates and pushes them to work hard. JUNIOR: Junior Thawng Bik always shows kindness to people even when he is busy. SOPHOMORE: Sophomores Navy Butler shows desire by always keeping a positive attitude about school. FRESHMAN: Freshman Marion Dearstyne and Sky Slaughter show desire for academic excellence being the top 2 freshman to pass the THEA practice test.
Teacher of the Month Mrs. Lee shows kindness towards her coworkers by voluntarily covering classrooms when in need. She is always on time to work and has a kind word and smile for everyone she meets. Mrs. Lee is a graduate of Midwestern State University and we are proud to have her with our team.
Quote of the Day “The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don’t tell youwhat to see” Alexandra Trembor
October is Cancer Awareness Month Support Breast Cancer Awareness…Wear Pink on Wednesdays all this Month Know the Facts Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Breast cancer is the leading cause of death in women. (lung cancer is first) Breast cancer is the most common cancer among all populations. (skin cancers is first) Breast cancer is less common but more aggressive in women under age 50.
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ECHS@MC Need/Want community service hours? Sign up for the Community Wide Garage Sale in the front office with Mrs. Coleman. Who? When 9 th -12 th graders Oct. 20 th - 21 st Shifts Oct. 20 8:30- 10:30 10:30- 12:30 12:30- 3:00 Oct. 21 2:00- 4:00
Students In Philanthropy Do you like community service and helping organizations be successful in helping the less fortunate? Applications to joins SIP are available with Mrs. Chrane 221 Tuesday October 2- Tuesday October 9 th is, 2012
Student Government Oct 2 Oct 23 Nov 13 Dec 4 Jan 15 Feb 5 Feb 26 March 19 April 9 April 30 May 7th The first meeting of the 2012-2013 school year will be Tue. Oct 2nd during lunch in the Marie Hall rm 220. Please bring your planner with you. See you there!
A.You can ride the Midland ISD bus B.You can drive your own car with a signed permission form from your parent C.You are NOT allowed to carpool READ you parent permission form Transportation Rules Transportation Rules Dr. Holland Field Trip
No Parent Permission Slip No Go! Dr. Holland Field Trip
Midland Teen Court Who Where ALL students Midland County Courthouse 500 N. Loraine www.midlandteencourt.ort When Sept. 24 Oct. 15,22,29 Nov. 5,26 Dec. 3,10 Requirements 1.Neat, conservative clothing: long pants or skirt. NO HATS, electronics, or gum. 2.Arrive at 5:00 SHARP 3.Complete a blue juror form 4.Listen to testimony of various offenses and determine a constructive sentence for each case Jurors and Attorneys Opportunities Coach Rhoads gives extra credit for attendance !
College Forum Night What Where Colleges from all over the US will be in attendance to answer questions 6:30pm meet in Room 113(Mr. Howards room) Receive instructions for event Receive supplies for event 7:00pm walk over to the Chap Center for event When Thursday October 4,2012 Parents & ALL Students Who
Youth & Government 1. Please contact your section leader and make sure they have your contact information. Please see Ms. Wright if you are not sure which section you are in. A. Legislative- Nick Torres B. Judicial- Darian Butler C. Media- Brittany Frantz D. UN- Anthony Rodriguez E. State Affairs- Melissa Marquez
Youth & Government 1. Community Service: Remember that you MUST participate in at least 3 Community Service Projects this Semester. I have schedule a variety of Projects so make sure you sign up and complete your community service before State Conference. 2. October Community Service Projects A. KMB Make a Difference Day October 20th 8:00-11:00am (lunch provided 11:30-12:30) Sign-up by Oct 12th in Ms. Wright's room B. YMCA Halloween Carnival October 26th 6:00-9:00pm Sign-up by Oct 19th in Ms. Wright's room (no scary costumes)
Sophomores Sand volleyball begins October 16 th ! See Coach Rhoads for sign-up information
Sophomores If you haven’t passed your THEA reading, writing, or math section now is the time to be working with a tutor!
Juniors Friday October 12 th Jostens will distribute senior ring packets in Room #101 F. Marie Hall @ 3:00pm Friday October 19 th Josten’s will be taking senior ring orders in Room #221 F. Marie Hall 1:00-4:00pm If you haven’t passed your math section of THEA now is the time to be working with a tutor!
Seniors Want to make your senior year more successful…See: Luis Gomez Michaela Blair Natalie Escudero Brittany Frantz
Seniors Recommendation letters are due next week! If you haven’t reached your Math placement score now is the time to be working with a tutor!
Questions Explore the rest of our website: http://www.midlandisd.net/Domain/2484 Give us a call at: 432-685-4641