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Teaching Through Humor

Teaching Through Humor

Nabiha Rais, Staff Writer

May 9, 2017


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Every month, the previous recipient of the Teachers Recognizing Teachers award passes the award to another commendable member of Midlothian High School’s faculty. School Counseling Coordinator Ms. Cheryl Boyd chose math teacher Mr. Christopher Eliot for his “incredible amount of devotion to Midlo in ...

Artistic Summer Ahead

Artistic Summer Ahead

Dreya Fernandes, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017


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Sophomore Tess Wladar recently received acceptance into the Summer Residential Governor's School for Visual Arts, which will take place from June 25 to July 22, at Radford University. The program offers students a glimpse into the college experience, while allowing them to enhance their artistic s...

The Young Engineer

The Young Engineer

Lucas Via, Sports Writer

April 28, 2017


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Midlothian High School continually exceeds on the state and national level when it comes to academics and athletics. Through SAT scores, AP exams, and numerous other academic accolades and achievements, Midlo holds an extremely high standard. Dedication in and out of the classroom, combined with teache...

Wielding Weapons of Mass Creation

Wielding Weapons of Mass Creation

Michael DeMatteo, Marketing Editor

April 21, 2017


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Across the page the letters go, the English language spattered upon the pages.  Writing is in the air at Midlothian High School.  For many high school students, writing remains a daunting task, reminiscent of restrictive time limits and the common case of writer's block.  However, senior Carly Roberts...

April Employee of the Month

April Employee of the Month

Anna Chen, Staff Writer

April 19, 2017


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Midlo's April Employee of the Month, Mr. Doug Tibbett, is a very inviting person and knows how to make his students and colleagues feel comfortable. His colleagues have noted that he is an amazing addition to their team, always willing to help whenever necessary, even though he only works part time ...

Recognizing Compassion and Work Ethic

Recognizing Compassion and Work Ethic

Nabiha Rais, Staff Writer

April 19, 2017


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Every month, the previous recipient of the Teachers Recognizing Teachers award passes the distinction to another deserving faculty member. World Language teacher Sra. Travis Jimenez honored School Counseling Coordinator Ms. Cheryl Boyd for her “tireless work for our students, our staff, and our school ...

Ian at the Helm

Ian at the Helm

Emily Peachee, Managing Editor

April 7, 2017


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Spotlight on Ian Helm

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Silver’s Smile Shines

Silver’s Smile Shines

Emily Peachee, Managing Editor

April 3, 2017


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Over the years, Midlo has earned a strong reputation based on its students. Whether it be athletes, performers, artists, or strong academics, the school is well known for its student involvement and inclusiveness. The High-Functioning Autism Program has a number of remarkable students who do not always have...

The Limit Does Not Exist

The Limit Does Not Exist

Sydney Van Horn, Copy Editor

April 3, 2017


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The walls of Midlothian High School are filled with bright, talented young minds, who strive to do their best each and every day, and the autism wing of the school is no exception. Midlothian High School’s Autism department has three separate tiers of classes based on the severity of the child’s d...

The Man, The Myth, The Legend

The Man, The Myth, The Legend

Lucas Via, Sports Editor

April 3, 2017


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In recent years, Midlothian High School has developed a name for itself in the Virginia Track and Field community. From high flying jumpers to speedy sprinters, Midlo has produced numerous collegiate athletes who have excelled on all levels of competition. Sometimes, however, the kids who benefit ...

High School- Only Shorter

High School- Only Shorter

Michael DeMatteo, Marketing Editor

March 30, 2017


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With planning and foresight, Midlothian High School junior Bethany Crisp will graduate a year early with the Class of 2017. Crisp contributes significantly to the Midlo community.  She can often be seen helping facilitate Midlo's World Religions Club, which promotes religious and ethnic tolerance...

Congratulations, Midlo Students of the Year!

Congratulations, Midlo Students of the Year!

Principal Shawn Abel

March 23, 2017


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Bailey Blair, Class of 2017  Our senior recipient, Bailey Blair,  is an exemplary leader in the building.  Sometimes she leads through her leadership title, but more often than not, she leads by example.  She maintains a grade point average that places her in the top 5% of her senior class ran...

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