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  • 5/22/2015

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Welcome!

Friday, May 22, 2015
 
Welcome to the MCS website! Notice the "Select a School" dropdown menu in the top left corner of the MCS website.  This dropdown menu, which appears on each school's website, enables users to easily switch between websites.  The "District Home" link nearby provides access to the MCS website at any time.  

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Announcements

  • Congratulations to WCES, Hannah Moore, and Rebekah Cannon!  They were the winners in the Reading for Education drawing.  WCES won $100,000 in playground eqipment and Ms. Rebekah won $5,000 for her classroom!

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  • Winners of the MC Tourism Alliance Contest!
    Essay Contest
    • Chelsea Potter (PJ)
    • Madison Ridge (WCMS)
    T-Shirt Logo
    • Tori Potter (WCHS)
    Congratulations!

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  • Congratulations to these students who won the perfect attendance drawing!
    6th-8th Grade Winners:
    •  Aaron Decker (WCMS)
    • Naomi Everett (OAK)
    • Skyla Head (SUN)
    • Isaac VanWitzenburg (COAL)
    • Harley Wayland (PJ)
    9th-12th Grade Winners:
    • Derek Easter (SUN)
    • Keitel Harris (COAL)
    • Brandon Mendoza (OAK)
    • Randall Miller (WCHS)

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  • Congratulations to the Sunbright Track Team for an outstanding performance at the TSSAA Sub-Sectional track meet.
    • Savannah Miller will advance to Sectionals - she qualified in the 300 Meter Hurdles by placing 3rd.
    • Landon Ladd will advance to Sectionals - he qualified in the 1600 Meter race.  He placed 4th and set a new personal record in the mile with a time of 4 minutes 54 seconds.
    • The 4x400 Meter Relay Team will advance to Sectionals.  Way to go:  Savannah, Kaitlyn, Halee, and Khari! 

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  • Congratulations to Leslie Jones (Senior at WCHS) for placing 2nd in the HOSA State Leadership Conference in Nashville in Medical Reading.

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  • We missed 16 schools days due to inclement weather.  Ten snow days have been built in to the school calendar.  The State waived 3 days.  Thus, we must make up 3 days. 
    • Friday, April 17, will be a regular school day instead of a Staff Development day.
    • Thursday, May 21, will be a regular school day instead of an Administrative Day.
    • Friday, May 22, will be a regular school day.
    • Saturday, May 23, will be the last day of school (half day).  No buses will run.

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  • Good News! 

    Breakfast (at no charge to students) is being served at MCCTC daily.

     
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