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Happy to Welcome Ms. Hargrave

Happy to Welcome Ms. Hargrave

Caitlin Woods, Midlo Scoop Staff

September 19, 2017


Filed under News from the Classroom

Ms. Morgan Hargrave, who teaches chemistry, is the most recent addition to Midlo's Science Department. What did you do before coming to Midlo? “I spent some time at LC Bird High School teaching chemistry. I was a teacher assisting in the ESL program. At the same time, I was getting my masters ...

Motion of the Ocean

Motion of the Ocean

Dreya Fernandes and Hannah Walker

April 17, 2017


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On April 5, 2017, ,during the first 15 minutes of first through third period classes, Mr. Donald Wade’s oceanography classes offered presentations in the library and invited other classes to come and view the projects. Their goal of the project was to find a tropical paradise people would want to vi...

Photogen(e)ic Trojans

Photogen(e)ic Trojans

Emily Junkmann, Technology Editor

March 17, 2017


Filed under News from the Classroom

On Tuesday March 14, 2017, the Midlothian High School chapter of the Science National Honor Society inducted its new members. The induction began as SNHS President Mackenzie Fuller welcomed the new inductees and their parents and introduced the two sponsors, Mrs. Dipali Patel and Ms. Heather Booher, as we...

Ms. Katie Goins Named CCPS Outstanding Science Teacher, February 2016

Ms. Katie Goins Named CCPS Outstanding Science Teacher, February 2016

Mrs. Emily Loving, Instructional Specialist for Science K-12

April 7, 2016


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Ms. Katie Goins CCPS Outstanding Science Teacher, February 2016 Ms. Katie Goins goes above and beyond to create innovative and authentic lessons for her biology students. She always focuses on the positive with her students and plans unique lessons that will keep them engaged. Ms. Goins is one of those...

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