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Ellick joins Midlo faculty

Ellick joins Midlo faculty

Ava Gay, Midlo Scoop Staff

October 4, 2019

As the school year kicks off, Ms. Lillian Ellick is Midlo’s newest CTE addition; a Radford University graduate, Ms. Ellick has competed in multiple sports, but she specialized in tennis. Currently, she teaches the Principles of Business and Marketing at Midlo. Why did you choose to come to Midlothi...

The Midlo community honors Coach Stan Morgan

The Midlo community honors Coach Stan Morgan

Katherine Krievs, Editor-In-Chief

October 1, 2019

Stan Morgan, Midlo’s longtime cross country and track & field coach, former NFL player, VHSL Hall of Fame inductee, and coach of thirteen state championship teams, celebrated his 80th birthday on September 30, 2019. With the combined efforts of the “team moms,” Stephanie Bowe and Jennifer Kriev...

Midlo rolls out Chromebooks

Midlo rolls out Chromebooks

Maddie Burke, midlo scoop staff

September 10, 2019

Monday, September 9, 2019, marked the reunion between the students of Midlothian High School and their beloved Chromebooks for the 2019-2020 school year. During first period, students filed into both the open and closed commons to receive their new devices, before heading back to their first period classes,...

Scherer looks forward to new chapter after Midlo

Scherer looks forward to new chapter after Midlo

Ashley Manheim, Editor-in-Chief

June 5, 2019

As the school year comes to a close, Midlothian students, faculty, and administrators say goodbye to a few beloved members of the Midlothian family, including: Mr. Steve Scherer. Scherer joined Midlothian's coterie of educators six years ago, but has dedicated his time to teaching youth for over 25 year...

Medlin honors her father’s legacy

Medlin honors her father’s legacy

Katherine Krievs, Student Life Editor

May 21, 2019

Midlo sophomore Mallory Medlin earns excellent grades, plays on Midlo’s Girls Varsity Lacrosse and Field Hockey teams, and recently published her first book, The Rainbow Dance, which follows the story of Butterfly and Charlie, providing parallels to Mallory’s relationship with her father, Michea...

Midlo Scoop seniors reflect on experiences

Midlo Scoop seniors reflect on experiences

Nour Goulmamine, Special Features Editor

May 21, 2019

As the school year comes to a close, the Midlo Scoop says goodbye to nine departing seniors. Seniors Nabiha Rais, Anna Chen, Carrie Rowley, Sarah Moskovitz, Caitlin Woods, Marisa Ruotolo, Brent Novey, Sophie King and Rachel Bybee have each played a vital role on the staff for one, two, or three years. Durin...

Maloy soars with Eagles

Maloy soars with Eagles

Brent Novey, Midlo Scoop Staff

April 25, 2019

On Monday, April 22, 2019, the Boy Scouts of America awarded senior Jack Maloy with their highest rank, Eagle Scout. Maloy has worked tirelessly since the age of 9 to reach this outstanding goal. Over the past 9 years, Maloy has climbed through the ranks of scouting, starting in Cub Scouts then ultim...

Nadder wows raceway crowd

Nadder wows raceway crowd

Brent Novey, Midlo Scoop Staff

April 23, 2019

On Saturday, April 13, 2019, junior Sophia Nadder sang the Star-Spangled Banner in front of a packed crowd at the Richmond Raceway for the Toyota Owners 400 NASCAR event. Nadder, who has performed the National Anthem at a variety of events, including a VCU basketball game, a Flying Squirrels baseball game,...

Williams Travels Across the Atlantic

Williams Travels Across the Atlantic

Caitlin Woods, Midlo Scoop Staff

April 21, 2019

During Spring Break, senior Jack Williams and his father traveled by plane to London, England. Before heading towards their hotel, the pair made the most of the available daylight and took a bus tour around the city. While on the bus tour, they caught a glimpse into the daily lives of locals, as they wen...

Embrace Autism Acceptance

Embrace Autism Acceptance

Caitlin Woods, Midlo Scoop Staff

April 17, 2019

Autism Awareness Month takes place throughout April, but many people with Autism seek acceptance, rather than awareness.  Autism affects adults and children of all ages, yet many remain unfamiliar with what autism really entails. Autism is a condition that affects a person’s ability to communicate and inte...

Woolard Spreads Love of Birds

Woolard Spreads Love of Birds

Zinzi Symister, Midlo Scoop Staff

April 17, 2019

First-year biology teacher Mr. Zachary Woolard has a unique hobby. During their free time, many people join a sports team or find their passion in the fine arts; however, Woolard takes a road less traveled: he spends his free time bird watching. Three years ago, while visiting Acadia National Park wi...

Sayegh Ventures Around Europe

Sayegh Ventures Around Europe

Katherine Krievs, Student Life Editor

April 11, 2019

Sophomore Riley Sayegh has always dreamed of visiting Europe, but she never imagined that her trip would take place during her sophomore year of high school. She expresses, “I always wished that this incredible trip would be for my honeymoon, not my sixteenth birthday. Honestly, I thought that I wo...

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