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Ellen and Her Elves

Ellen and Her Elves

Emily Peachee, Managing Editor
December 8, 2016
Filed under News from the Classroom

Senior Ellen Jane Tucker had the opportunity to teach a holiday lesson to her kindergarten service learning class at J. B. Watkins Elementary School on Friday, December 2. Her mentor, Mrs. Michele McMullen, gave her the chance to create her own lesson for her students. She started the lesson by readi...

25 Days of Ivan

25 Days of Ivan

Lara Ann Douglas, Staff Writer
December 8, 2016
Filed under Student Life

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and students are trying to contain their excitement for the holidays. Ivan Jackson, in particular, takes his Christmas spirit to another level. Since the seventh grade, Ivan has invested in Christmas sweaters to wear every day in December. “I love the ho...

Spreading Holiday Cheer

Spreading Holiday Cheer

Midlo Scoop Staff
December 8, 2016
Filed under News from the Classroom

Students in Mrs. Manheim's business and marketing classes collected $700 worth of gifts, toys, clothes, and a bike for 2 children; ages 10 and 12 through the Salvation Army angel tree.  The 2 angels were a boy, who really wanted a bicycle and a girl, who wanted some dolls and games.  Students no...

Spreading Holiday Joy With Song

Spreading Holiday Joy With Song

Anna Chen, Staff Writer
December 7, 2016
Filed under Student Life

Carols originated thousands of years ago in Europe, sung during Winter Solstice celebrations, which often took place on December 22nd. Before caroling groups were made popular, official singing groups called waits entertained the masses. Local leaders led bands of people to sing in towns and villages. To this d...

My Favorite Holiday Tradition is ….

My Favorite Holiday Tradition is ….

Hannah Walker, Staff Writer
December 7, 2016
Filed under Student Life

During the holiday season, many students have something they especially look forward to each year. From sitting by the fire to a White Elephant gift exchange with family, Midlo students took the time to share some of their favorite family holiday traditions. My Favorite Holiday Tradition Is.... “...

Turnovers Trump Trojans

Turnovers Trump Trojans

Lucas Via, Sports Writer
December 7, 2016
Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

Midlothian High School head basketball coach David Brohl preaches the importance of limiting “Turnovers, Turnovers, Turnovers!”.  The Trojans have tallied nearly 20 turnovers in their first two games. Senior captain Tyler Gregory described how their sometimes sloppy offense ends up hurting them defensively,...

Mighty Mulroy Makes Her Mark

Mighty Mulroy Makes Her Mark

Sydney Van Horn, Copy Editor
December 7, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

Congratulations to senior Nora Mulroy for receiving the title of Conference 20 Player of the Year and for making 1st Team All State for field hockey. Mulroy has played on the Midlothian Varsity Field Hockey team since her freshman year and plans to continue her field hockey and academic careers n...

@romeothepug

@romeothepug

Ashley Manheim, Staff Writer
December 7, 2016
Filed under Student Life

Who doesn't love a sweet dog in a costume? Midlo students Luke and Ashley Manheim and their marketing teacher mom, Mrs. Carolyn Manheim, love to dress their pug named Little Romeo Manheim in festive costumes, including: a hotdog, a grandma, a clown, and a criminal, making the pug an Instagram sensati...

Boys Basketball

December 2, 2016
Filed under Uncategorized

Racing to a Title

Racing to a Title

Patterson Levitch, Staff Writer
December 2, 2016
Filed under Sports, Winter Sports

As the cross country season comes to an end, Coach Stan Morgan and Dan Ward prepare their athletes for a new road to victory.  The Midlothian Trojans 2016-2017 indoor track team is filled with many returning athletes who could make the difference in a state championship.  Junior Eva Johnson said,...

Midlothian Cheerleader Leaves His Mark

Midlothian Cheerleader Leaves His Mark

Lara Ann Douglas, Staff Writer
December 2, 2016
Filed under Fall Sports, Sports

Cheerleading has become an increasingly popular and respected sport that requires a large amount of strength and dedication. This year, a surprising member of the Midlothian competition team displayed that strength and dedication: Midlo's first male competition cheerleader, Slater Beck. The junior began cheerleading ...

Weekend in Rome

Weekend in Rome

Mrs. Amy Petersen and Jake Petrillo
December 2, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Activities, Student Life

They came, they saw, and they seized the day at the Virginia Junior Classical League (VJCL) Convention, also known as Latin Con. Latin students from all around the state of  Virginia descended upon the Greater Richmond Convention Center for the annual Latin Con on November 20th and 21st. Students pa...

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