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Manheims in Murano

Manheims in Murano

Sydney Van Horn, Staff Writer
May 19
Filed under Spotlights

With Spring Break 2016 having come to an end, teachers and students alike traveled to interesting and exciting places and came home to tell the tales of the new memories they made and experiences they enjoyed. While some people stayed close to Midlothian, others traveled as far away as they could. Mrs....

Congratulations, Bethany Burtch

Congratulations, Bethany Burtch

Neha Kulkarni, Editor-In-Chief
May 18
Filed under Spotlights

Senior Bethany Burtch received recognition as a semifinalist for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Each year, only a select few students are chosen out of all high school seniors in the United States to be recognized for such an honor. Congratulations, Bethany!

Filling Our Bellies and Our Hearts

Filling Our Bellies and Our Hearts

Michael DeMatteo, Molly Graves, Staff Writers
May 9
Filed under Spotlights

Is there a day to honor those wonderful cafeteria workers who nourish us daily? These incredible staff members at Midlothian High School keep bellies full and do so with smiles on their faces. Ultimately, there should be a day to recognize all the hard work and selflessness that these fantastic employees ...

Singing Her Way to Broadway

Singing Her Way to Broadway

Emily Peachee and Eddie Thomas
May 5
Filed under Spotlights

On January 2nd, roughly 200 students arrived at The Governor's School for the Arts in Norfolk, Virginia, to audition for the Residential Governor's School Program for Music. Out of those 200, only 25 of the applicants were given the opportunity to join the advanced five week residential program at Rad...

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 ...

Writing in Perspective

Writing in Perspective

Dominique Spencer, Page Editor
May 5
Filed under Spotlights

On March 15th,  Marion Cline received her acceptance into the well-respected UVA Young Writer’s Workshop. The founder of the writer’s retreat, Margo Figgins, founded the camp in 1982 in part to create a place for young, creative writers to find others like themselves and to refine their writing. Befo...

For the Man Who Has Everything

For the Man Who Has Everything

May 4
Filed under Spotlights

Happy Birthday, Mr. Steele!

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Autism Sensory Garden

Autism Sensory Garden

Mrs. Marie Randrianasolo
April 19
Filed under News from the Classroom, Spotlights

Last year, a Midlothian student built garden boxes for our High Intensity Autism program as part of his Eagle Scout project.  The boxes are filled with dirt and are ready for planting! Our students really seem to enjoy working in the Sensory Garden. We welcome donations from the community at this time. ...

April Male Student of the Month

April Male Student of the Month

Shawn Abel, Emily Peachee
April 13
Filed under Spotlights, Student Life

The April Male Student of the Month is a rising star in multiple Midlo athletic programs, starting at the varsity level in two of those sports as a freshman! It's important that we mention he takes care of business in the classroom as well, consistently earning excellent grades and positive remarks...

April Female Student of the Month

April Female Student of the Month

Shawn Abel and Emily Peachee
April 13
Filed under Spotlights

Our Female Student of the Month is well liked and willingly assists students who are struggling. She has become a "go to" person in many classes for students who are struggling academically. As a member of our IB program, her academic success is beyond impressive. Recently, she teamed with several...

Wickedly Delicious

Wickedly Delicious

Neha Kulkarni and Kate Muehlbauer
April 11
Filed under Spotlights

With all of the responsibilities students have, it is difficult to handle a job alongside the high school routine. Midlo Scoop caught up with senior Brynne Dillingham, a hardworking student who shows kindness and dedication in the classroom and, as we found, in the workplace as well.   Where ...

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