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How Can We Make Students Love Learning Again?

How Can We Make Students Love Learning Again?

Caitlin Woods and Sarah Moskovitz

October 15, 2018


Filed under News from the Classroom

From October 5-7, 2018, Midlo College Composition teacher, Mrs. Beth Morris participated in a three-day conference at the Chesterfield Technical Center on Hull Street, spoke about how to engage students and make education meaningful. Attendees included teachers and educational leaders, such as Debra ...

A Special Bond Between Home & School

A Special Bond Between Home & School

Emily Gundel and Maddie Burke

June 1, 2018


Filed under Spotlights

For most parents and students alike, the school and work day is a time spent away from family members, surrounded with friends, teachers, and colleagues. But what happens when school and work take place in the same building? For students with parents who work at Midlo (and vice versa), this unique ...

Teachers and Admins Celebrate National School Lunches Week

Teachers and Admins Celebrate National School Lunches Week

Sarah Moskovitz, Midlo Scoop Staff

March 9, 2018


Filed under Special Features

On March 9, 2018, members of Midlo's administration team gathered in the Open Commons to enjoy a complimentary breakfast, courtesy of the cafeteria staff to celebrate National School Lunches Week. Each teacher and administrator received a voucher to redeem for one free breakfast during the week of March...

Parents Head Back to the Classroom

Parents Head Back to the Classroom

Samantha Johnson and Alyssa Marchese

September 25, 2017


Filed under News from the Classroom, Showcase

On Monday, September 18, 2017, Midlo High’s proud parents made their way into school for Back to School Night. The assembly began at 6:00 pm, and parents started walking through their child's schedule and meeting their teachers at 6:30 pm. Many parents have had children come through Midlo in previous...

New Electronic Parent/Teacher Conferences

New Electronic Parent/Teacher Conferences

Principal Shawn Abel

September 21, 2017


Filed under Special Features

Midlo has gone electronic this year to schedule our parent/teacher conferences on  November 6th.  The hours for our official parent/teacher conference day are 8:00 am - 4:00 pm with some blocked off times for breaks and lunch. Parents can visit https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Midlothian_High_School (also located on our school website) to schedule conferences for your students. Parents will click on the general link to create an account.  PTCFast will email parents a specific link, which they can then follow to create their own conferences.  Parents will see a list of all of our teachers when they access the scheduling site.  Click on the name of the teachers with whom you would like to schedule a conference and select the times.  If a time slot has already been taken by anoth...

Thank You, Teachers!

Thank You, Teachers!

Anna Chen, Staff Writer

May 8, 2017


Filed under News from the Classroom

This week from Monday, May 1, to Friday, May 5, Midlothian High School celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week. During the whole week, the administration encouraged faculty, staff, and students to participate in Midlo’s spirit week in honor of our beloved teachers. Teacher Appreciation Week c...

Faculty Members Test New Careers

Faculty Members Test New Careers

May 3, 2017


Filed under Spirit

During Monday, May 1st to Friday, May 5th, Midlothian High School hosted its annual Teacher Appreciation Week, as well as Spirit Week to align with each day. The second day of Staff Appreciation Week was Career Day, thus allowing students and staff to dress up as their dream careers. Numerous teachers...

Paint the Nation Red

Paint the Nation Red

Emily Junkmann, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016


Filed under Spirit, Student Life

 On February 5, 2016, people all across the nation wore red in support of Go Red for Women and to raise awareness for heart health. One common misconception about heart disease is that it affects men more than women. However, one in three deaths among women are caused by heart disease and stroke each yea...

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