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Scientists of Tomorrow

Scientists of Tomorrow

Dominique Spencer, Staff Writer
June 7
Filed under Clubs and Activities, News from the Classroom

On Tuesday May 17, National Science Honor Society inducted its spring members.  The inaugural Science Honor Society occurred in October of 2015, as  Mrs. Dipali Patel, Mrs. Nancy Lee, and Kathryn Osmond, established the program. IB senior Kathryn Osmond developed the idea to create a club honoring...

Hard Work Pays Off

Hard Work Pays Off

Mrs. Yvonne Mullins, Electronic Communications Teacher
June 6
Filed under News from the Classroom

Congratulations to the following students who obtained an industry certification in their Electronic Communications class.  They are all PowerPoint 2010 Certified! Danya Abdel-Latif Derek Bassett Kainen Brewer Bryce Brooks Ian Brown Dylan Conklin Alex Jenkins Gabriela John...

Endless Talent

Endless Talent

Merrill Livingston, Staff Writer
June 1
Filed under A & E, News from the Classroom

During second period on Friday, May 27th, the students of Midlothian High School witnessed magic performed by the choral and band students. The students walked inside of the auditorium and were immediately greeted with the lovely sounds of Midlo’s own talented students.  The assembly began as Midlo...

Delta Epsilon Phi

Delta Epsilon Phi

Kate Muehlbauer, Page Editor
May 27
Filed under News from the Classroom

On Wednesday, May 25, 2016, the Midlothian Chapter of the National German Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony recognizing the students who have excelled in German. The ceremony, held in the library at Midlothian High School, began with seniors Melisa Cirkic and Demetrios Maurakis welcoming G...

IB Reminiscing

IB Reminiscing

Neha Kulkarni, Editor-in-Chief
May 27
Filed under News from the Classroom

On Wednesday, May 25, 2016, Midlothian’s International Baccalaureate Class of 2016 celebrated the end of the year with the traditional IB banquet. The banquet began at 6 pm at Salisbury Country Club. IB students, their families, faculty members, and administrators all attended the event. The eve...

English Department Book Drive Update!

English Department Book Drive Update!

Mrs. Jackie Tully, English Teacher and Midlo Scoop Sponsor
May 26
Filed under News from the Classroom

English Department Book Drive to Benefit a Summer Book Mobile for Well Elementary Update: Mrs. Tully’s classes claimed first place with 355 books. Ms. Rekito's classes moved into second place with 243 books, and in third place, Mrs. Tucker’s classes collected 201 books. Honorable mentions include...

A Greater Understanding of the World

A Greater Understanding of the World

Neha Kulkarni and Michael DeMatteo
May 24
Filed under News from the Classroom

For countless years, many bright students have tested their wits and taken AP World History at Midlothian High School primarily during their sophomore years. Until recently, with the implementation of AP Human Geography, AP World had been the first AP class most students took at Midlothian. Over the ye...

Success at Special Olympics

Success at Special Olympics

Mrs. Marie Randrianasolo
May 10
Filed under News from the Classroom

On Friday, April 29, Midlo’s High Intensity Autism program attended Special Olympics Track and Field Event at L.C. Bird High School. Students participated in several events, such as: 25 meter run/walk, 50 meter run, 100 meter run, long jump, tennis ball throw, softball throw, and mini javalin throw....

An Extraordinary Opportunity

An Extraordinary Opportunity

Neha Kulkarni and Sydney Van Horn
May 9
Filed under News from the Classroom

Midlothian Success and Social Studies teacher Mr. Danny Abell knows a thing or two about writing letters. For countless years, Mr. Abell has written thousands of letters to Medal of Honor recipients, families of World War II veterans, and even the President of the United States himself. At the beginnin...

Congratulations, May Employee of the Month: Mrs. Jennifer Myer

Congratulations, May Employee of the Month: Mrs. Jennifer Myer

Molly Graves, Staff Writer
May 5
Filed under News from the Classroom

For her creativity, selflessness, and ability to reach students who need it most when they need it most, the May Employee of the Month is art teacher, Mrs. Jennifer Myer. Thank you for adding beauty to our little corner of the world! After being named Employee of the Month, we sat down with Mrs. ...

My Favorite Thing About Teaching Is…..

My Favorite Thing About Teaching Is…..

Emily Junkmann, Staff Writer
May 5
Filed under News from the Classroom

Every year during the first week of May, students thank their teachers for the incrediblly hard work they put in each and every day. As a way to celebrate teacher appreciation week, we asked teachers what their favorite thing about teaching is. Whether it was sharing their passions with the students or j...

Texas Floods Elicit Memories

Texas Floods Elicit Memories

Dominique Spencer, Page Editor
May 5
Filed under News from the Classroom, Spotlights

1,407.l miles from Midlothian High School rests Houston, Texas, which has experienced severe flooding since late March.  By April, flood waters had reached more than a foot in some areas, killing eight and  displacing one-thousand two hundred individuals. Mrs. Margaret Hendricks, a past resident ...

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