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Trojans Win Battle Against Titans

Trojans Win Battle Against Titans

Merrill Livingston, Midlo Scoop staff
March 30
Filed under Clubs and Activities

On Saturday, March 25, 2017, the Midlothian Trojans and the Cosby Titans met for a battle of wits to compete in Battle of the Brains. With stellar performances by: Nadia Hassan, Hayden Calhoun, Matthew Tignor, and Jared Wilson, the Trojans were victorious with a score of 310 to 160. Congrats, Midlo Battle...

Helping Prevent Cancer One Strike at a Time

Helping Prevent Cancer One Strike at a Time

Michael DeMatteo, Marketing Editor
March 13
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

It is no secret. Cancer is serious, entailing a group of diseases that involve abnormal cell growth that take an estimated 8.2 million lives worldwide every year. In the United States, colon cancer is the third leading type of cancer in males and the fourth in females. Hit Cancer Below the Belt (H...

One Fish, Two Fish, READ Fish, Blue Fish

One Fish, Two Fish, READ Fish, Blue Fish

Michael DeMatteo, Marketing Editor
March 3
Filed under Showcase, Spotlights

The National Education Association's Read Across America Day is the nation's largest reading event, occurring each year on or near Dr. Seuss' birthday. Midlothian High School is pleased to act as a contributing partner in NEA's reading initiative. On March 2, 2017, Midlo continued its tradition of par...

Speaking of Victory

Speaking of Victory

Michael DeMatteo, Marketing Editor
February 13
Filed under Clubs and Activities

The Midlothian High School Forensics Speech and Debate Team has been busy over the past two weeks. Having successfully completed the VHSL Conference 20 Competition for Speech events, as well as Clover Hill Invitational (hosting both Speech and Debate events). It goes without saying that some recognition...

Do YOU Have Spirit?

Do YOU Have Spirit?

Hannah Walker, Staff Writer
February 7
Filed under Showcase, Student Life

On Friday, January 27th, students from each grade arrived ready and eager to compete in the winter pep rally. Throughout the day, anxious spirits as students readied themselves to kick off the pep rally. School pride flowed through Midlo's halls, with the freshmen dressed in vibrant purple, the sophomor...

Romeo Reaches the World

Romeo Reaches the World

Ashley Manheim, Staff Writer
January 19
Filed under Student Life

Whoever thought that a little pug from Midlothian, Virginia, could make friends all over the world? Romeo Manheim, (dog of Luke Manheim and Ashley Manheim and Mrs. Carolyn Manheim), a local pug with fans across the globe, continues to take Instagram by storm. The last time Romeo appeared in the Midlo Scoop, he ha...

A Community of Excellence

A Community of Excellence

Ashley Manheim, Staff Writer
November 21
Filed under Student Life

Midlo’s Community of Excellence wordle means much more to the students and staff members than just a bunch of words on a piece of paper. It puts the school’s purpose and substance into words and represents its sense of community and family. Academics, athletics, and the arts all create the b...

Students Hit the Campaign Trail

Students Hit the Campaign Trail

Michael DeMatteo and Emily Junkmann
November 17
Filed under News from the Classroom

This Election Day proved different, regardless of how it ended; however, there were more than two parties, and candidates did not merely represent a conservative or a liberal ideology. This election, a project-based learning initiative designed by Midlo AP US Government teacher Mrs. Regina Warriner, ...

Recognizing Teaching Excellence

Recognizing Teaching Excellence

Michael DeMatteo, Marketing Editor
November 17
Filed under News from the Classroom

Latin teacher Ms. Amy Petersen has fueled students' interest in the language of the Romans at Midlothian for the past 15 years. Her dedication to teaching and her impact on students has made her a role model for her fellow educators in the Richmond Metro Area. This dedication deserves commemoration, a...

More Than Just Strings and Bows

More Than Just Strings and Bows

Merrill Livingston, Staff Writer
October 28
Filed under A & E, Performing Arts

On October 21 and 22, 2016, Midlothian orchestra students, including: Sujeet Alwin, Liza Hopper, Jinwoo Kim, Daniel Choe, Jacob Cantor, Clay Webb, Olivia Eggleston, Merrill Livingston, and Sydney Vannostrand, ventured to Cosby High School to participate in All County Orchestra. At this event, orchestra st...

Endless Talent

Endless Talent

Merrill Livingston, Staff Writer
October 24
Filed under A & E

On Thursday October 20th, 2016, Midlothian High School hosted its annual Talent Show, showcasing Midlo’s amazing talent. Audience members piled in the building at a fast rate, hoping to catch the best seats in the auditorium. The lights dimmed and the hosts, Sean Dudley, John El-Jor, and Sophia Trout, ca...

September Students of the Month

September Students of the Month

Midlo Scoop Staff
September 20
Filed under Spotlights

Congratulations, September Students of the Month! Countless staff members have observed the September male student of the month helping around the school in a variety of ways, particularly at orientation.  Along with many other students at orientation, he served as a helpful sidekick.  However, thi...

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