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Shout Out to our Varsity Football Game for the 38-28 win over Canton in our Homecoming Game. You guys played a great game and we are very proud of you!

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Congratulations to this years Homecoming Queen Ms. Hollie Sorrell

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

  • Attention Seniors: Do you need help with your college applications and financial aid? An Apply Texas Rep will be here on September 25th for college applications support. You can also reserve an appointment for financial aid help with a FAFSA rep on October 5th. Please sign up in the counseling center asap.
  • Attention all 10th, 11th and 12th graders. We will be administrating the ASVAB test on October 12. The ASVAB test is the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. It's not just for students that are interested in the military. It is also an interest self-assessment and career exploration tool. Don't miss out on this valuable information. Sign up in the counseling center by October 1st. 
  • On Wednesday, October 10, we will administer the PSAT to 10th and 11th grade students. 9th Graders will have the opportunity to take the PSAT9 Test. PSAT is a test that showcases the classroom skills and knowledge that are essential for college and career readiness and success. The 1st and 2nd quartile of the junior class and ALL 9th, 10th, and 11th grade MSI students will be required to take the PSAT test. These students will be automatically registered. The testing fee will be waived for ALL MSI students and the top half of the junior class (1st and 2nd quartile). If you are a junior and are interested in testing but unsure if you fall in the top half of the junior class, please see your counselor. A testing fee is required for any student who would like to test but not included in any of the previously stated groups. Please sign up in the counseling center by October 1. 
  • Come support the MHS Fishing Team as they kick off their season this Saturday with the first Central Division Open on Lake Ray Hubbard. The weigh will be at Rockwall Heath High School and will start around 3:00. 
  • Seniors: Today is the last day to sign up for the College Application Apply Texas help that will available to you on Tuesday, September 25th. There is a sign up sheet in the counseling center. Don't miss out on getting your college applications submitted EARLY instead of waiting until the last minute!
  • We would like to congratulate the varsity football team on a 38-28 victory over Canton last night. Also, we would like to thank everyone for all their support. The energy in the stadium was special and that is something we all could feel. Good luck to our freshman and JV teams as they face Canton tonight in Canton starting at 5:00 p.m.
     

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors: College Day is September 20th from 9-11. We will have over 60 colleges, tech schools and military reps on campus to answer your questions. Please look for your skyward message that explains how to register for this event. It will save you tons of time during College Day if you take care of the preregistration before the date of the event. 
  • Attention Seniors: Do you need help with your college applications and financial aid? An Apply Texas Rep will be here on September 25th for college applications support. You can also reserve an appointment for financial aid help with a FAFSA rep on October 5th. Please sign up in the counseling center asap.
  • Attention all 10th, 11th and 12th graders. We will be administrating the ASVAB test on October 12. The ASVAB test is the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. It's not just for students that are interested in the military. It is also an interest self-assessment and career exploration tool. Don't miss out on this valuable information. Sign up in the counseling center by October 1st. 
  • On Wednesday, October 10, we will administer the PSAT to 10th and 11th grade students. 9th Graders will have the opportunity to take the PSAT9 Test. PSAT is a test that showcases the classroom skills and knowledge that are essential for college and career readiness and success. The 1st and 2nd quartile of the junior class and ALL 9th, 10th, and 11th grade MSI students will be required to take the PSAT test. These students will be automatically registered. The testing fee will be waived for ALL MSI students and the top half of the junior class (1st and 2nd quartile). If you are a junior and are interested in testing but unsure if you fall in the top half of the junior class, please see your counselor. A testing fee is required for any student who would like to test but not included in any of the previously stated groups. Please sign up in the counseling center by October 1. 
  • Come support the MHS Fishing Team as they kick off their season this Saturday with the first Central Division Open on Lake Ray Hubbard. The weigh will be at Rockwall Heath High School and will start around 3:00. 
  • BPA will have a meeting in room 302 at 3:30 Thursday, September 20. Bring your membership form and dues! Hope to see you there!
  • Don’t forget: FCA is still meeting Friday morning at 7:20 in room 124. Get on up and show up and we’ll still let you come in if you’re a little late. It’s a great way to start your day. See you Friday.
  • Attention all Beta and DECA members: your t-shirt order forms for the MDA Muscle Walk must be turned in TODAY in room 126. 
  • There will not be a Beta meeting today. 
  • Students, ZAP is today! The last chance you have to avoid ZAP is to get your work completed, turned in, and signed off by your teacher. Please have this taken care of by lunch or you will be staying after school tomorrow.
     

WEDNESDAY,SEPTEMBER 19

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors: College Day is September 20th from 9-11. We will have over 60 colleges, tech schools and military reps on campus to answer your questions. Please look for your skyward message that explains how to register for this event. It will save you tons of time during College Day if you take care of the preregistration before the date of the event. 
  • Attention Seniors: Do you need help with your college applications and financial aid? An Apply Texas Rep will be here on September 25th for college applications support. You can also reserve an appointment for financial aid help with a FAFSA rep on October 5th. Please sign up in the counseling center asap.
  • Attention all 10th, 11th and 12th graders. We will be administrating the ASVAB test on October 12. The ASVAB test is the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. It's not just for students that are interested in the military. It is also an interest self-assessment and career exploration tool. Don't miss out on this valuable information. Sign up in the counseling center by October 1st. 
  • On Wednesday, October 10, we will administer the PSAT to 10th and 11th grade students. 9th Graders will have the opportunity to take the PSAT9 Test. PSAT is a test that showcases the classroom skills and knowledge that are essential for college and career readiness and success. The 1st and 2nd quartile of the junior class and ALL 9th, 10th, and 11th grade MSI students will be required to take the PSAT test. These students will be automatically registered. The testing fee will be waived for ALL MSI students and the top half of the junior class (1st and 2nd quartile). If you are a junior and are interested in testing but unsure if you fall in the top half of the junior class, please see your counselor. A testing fee is required for any student who would like to test but not included in any of the previously stated groups. Please sign up in the counseling center by October 1. 
  • Next Wednesday morning, September 26, is See You At The Pole. This is a global event that takes place every year on the last Wednesday morning of September. We will gather out front of the school by the flag pole at 7:15. Come early, come late. We just hope to see you there. For more information, see Coach Lee.
  • Come support the MHS Fishing Team as they kick off their season this Saturday with the first Central Division Open on Lake Ray Hubbard. The weigh will be at Rockwall Heath High School and will start around 3:00.
    Attention Beta Club members: All MDA Muscle Walk t-shirt order forms and permission slips are due tomorrow. You will not get a t-shirt if your form is not turned in by tomorrow.
  • MHS, thank you so much to all those that gave blood or that attempted yesterday! We were able to donate 79 whole blood units and 5 double red blood cells. Each donation saves 3 lives! We would also like to thank our faculty members: Ms. Helm, Ms. Ashton, Ms. Fillmore, Ms. Hornbuckle, and Ms. Thornton and any other faculty we may have missed for their donations. If you're a blood donor, you're a hero to someone somewhere, who received your gracious gift of life. 
  • BPA will have a meeting in room 302 at 3:30 Thursday, September 20. Bring your membership form and dues! Hope to see you there!
  • Students, ZAP is tomorrow! The last chance you have to avoid ZAP is to get your work completed, turned in, and signed off by your teacher. Please have this taken care of by lunch or you will be staying after school tomorrow.
     

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors: College Day is September 20th from 9-11. We will have over 60 colleges, tech schools and military reps on campus to answer your questions. Please look for your skyward message that explains how to register for this event. It will save you tons of time during College Day if you take care of the preregistration before the date of the event. 
  • Attention Seniors: Do you need help with your college applications and financial aid? An Apply Texas Rep will be here on September 25th for college applications support. You can also reserve an appointment for financial aid help with a FAFSA rep on October 5th. Please sign up in the counseling center asap.
  • Attention all 10th, 11th and 12th graders. We will be administrating the ASVAB test on October 12. The ASVAB test is the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. It's not just for students that are interested in the military. It is also an interest self-assessment and career exploration tool. Don't miss out on this valuable information. Sign up in the counseling center by October 1st. 
  • Did you know that El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, and Nicaragua all declared their independence from Spain on the same day? On September 15th, 1821 these nations declared themselves to be free. This is why Hispanic Heritage Month begins this weekend on the 15th. The Spanish Club will commemorate Independence Day and the start of Hispanic Heritage Month on Tuesday the 18th. Please bring an item to share such as tamales, tacos, salsa, or soda. We will be meeting in room 127 at 3:40. Hope to see you there.
  • On Wednesday, October 10, we will administer the PSAT to 10th and 11th grade students. 9th Graders will have the opportunity to take the PSAT9 Test. PSAT is a test that showcases the classroom skills and knowledge that are essential for college and career readiness and success. The 1st and 2nd quartile of the junior class and ALL 9th, 10th, and 11th grade MSI students will be required to take the PSAT test. These students will be automatically registered. The testing fee will be waived for ALL MSI students and the top half of the junior class (1st and 2nd quartile). If you are a junior and are interested in testing but unsure if you fall in the top half of the junior class, please see your counselor. A testing fee is required for any student who would like to test but not included in any of the previously stated groups. Please sign up in the counseling center by October 1. 
  • Vote for your 2018 Homecoming Queen. Go to voting4schools to vote by 3:30 today. The queen will be crowned on Friday night at halftime. Your 2018 Homecoming Queen nominees are: Cameron Dyer, Alie Hailey, Laynee Tanksley, Ashley Tupper, and Hollie Sorrell. 
     

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

  • Underclass photos will be taken today. All freshmen, sophomores and juniors will be taking their photos during social studies class. 
  • Attention Juniors and Seniors: College Day is September 20th from 9-11. We will have over 60 colleges, tech schools and military reps on campus to answer your questions. Please look for your skyward message that explains how to register for this event. It will save you tons of time during College Day if you take care of the preregistration before the date of the event. 
  • Attention Seniors: Do you need help with your college applications and financial aid? An Apply Texas Rep will be here on September 25th for college applications support. You can also reserve an appointment for financial aid help with a FAFSA rep on October 5th. Please sign up in the counseling center asap.
  • Our Varsity Basketball Boys will be playing the Lindale Eagles on Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at the American Airlines Center in Dallas. Later that day, the Dallas Mavericks will host the Houston Rockets at 5:00 p.m. You must have a Mavericks game ticket to attend the Mabank vs. Lindale game. Your ticket will get you in to both the Mabank vs. Lindale and Mavs vs. Rockets games. Tickets are $30.00 and must be paid for in advance. Tickets are limited and will sell out fast! Deadline for orders are Friday, September 21st. Also, a Fan Bus will be provided for High School Students that would like to attend and don’t have a ride. Students must have purchased a game ticket to ride the bus and filled out a permission slip to go. Bus will leave from High School at 11:00 a.m. on game day. To guarantee you a seat and purchase your tickets, please come see Mrs. Wagner-Ashley, Athletic Secretary. 
  • Attention all 10th, 11th and 12th graders. We will be administrating the ASVAB test on October 12. The ASVAB test is the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. It's not just for students that are interested in the military. It is also an interest self-assessment and career exploration tool. Don't miss out on this valuable information. Sign up in the counseling center by October 1st. 
  • Did you know that El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, and Nicaragua all declared their independence from Spain on the same day? On September 15th, 1821 these nations declared themselves to be free. This is why Hispanic Heritage Month begins this weekend on the 15th. The Spanish Club will commemorate Independence Day and the start of Hispanic Heritage Month on Tuesday the 18th. Please bring an item to share such as tamales, tacos, salsa, or soda. We will be meeting in room 127 at 3:40. Hope to see you there.
  • FFA members on Sept. 17 at 6pm come join us at the Ag Building for our first annual ffa meeting. We will have food and fun! See you there!
  • On Tuesday, September 18th, there will be a meeting for anyone interested in being a part of the Mabank Panther UIL Spelling Team. Please come by room 201 at 3:30 to sign up.
  • On Wednesday, October 10, we will administer the PSAT to 10th and 11th grade students. 9th Graders will have the opportunity to take the PSAT9 Test. PSAT is a test that showcases the classroom skills and knowledge that are essential for college and career readiness and success. The 1st and 2nd quartile of the junior class and ALL 9th, 10th, and 11th grade MSI students will be required to take the PSAT test. These students will be automatically registered. The testing fee will be waived for ALL MSI students and the top half of the junior class (1st and 2nd quartile). If you are a junior and are interested in testing but unsure if you fall in the top half of the junior class, please see your counselor. A testing fee is required for any student who would like to test but not included in any of the previously stated groups. Please sign up in the counseling center by October 1. 
  • Vote for you 2018 Homecoming Queen today or tomorrow at voting4schools. That's voting, the number 4, schools. Your login is the same as your computer login and your password is your lunch number. If you have trouble logging in, please see Ms. Smith in room 130 or Ms. Romero in room 126. The 2018 Homecoming Queen nominees are Cameron Dyer, Alie Hailey, Hollie Sorrell, Laynee Tanksley, and Ashley Tupper. Voting will close at 3:30 Tuesday afternoon. The Queen will be crowned at the Homecoming Football game on Friday night. All 9th-12th grade students may vote. 
  • This weekend the Mabank Speech and Debate team held their 1st if 3 tournaments. Jacob Sauve placed 2nd and Kaizen Burrows place 7th in Congress debate. Mrs. Rhea would like to personally thank Mrs. Lantz for stepping in the at the last minute to help make this a successful event.
  • Good job to the cross country teams for the their performance Saturday at the Canton meet. Shalyn Minshew had a great race finishing 2nd overall to led the varsity girls who finished 3rd aa a team, Chloe Reese also had a solid race finishing 15th. 
  • The varsity boys were led by Kaleb Allen who finished 15th and Raul Flores 16th.. The JV boys were led by Brenden Dennie who placed 12th and Ethan Smiith 15th. The teams will be competing at Ennis next Saturday. 
     
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