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Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year - Mrs. Kelly Scoggins

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STUDENT NEWS

Click here the 2018-2019 Senior Information Sheet

SENIOR INFORMATION SHEET.2018-2019.doc

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Congratulations to our boys basketball. They defeated Van in a head to head match up and are now District Champs.

They will play Quinlan-Ford Tuesday, February 19th at 6:00PM at Forney High School.basketball

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Twenty-one MHS choir students participated in UIL Region Vocal Solo Contest at West Mesquite High School on Saturday, February 9. Each student prepared and sang a college level song in either German or Italian. After competing, we returned with 19 Superior ratings and 2 Excellent ratings.  Making the best ratings at the regional level were Brianna Allen, Lakota Brown, Angelina Espinosa, Victor Galvan, Katie Hinds, Stormmie Hollis, Brennyn Standerfer, Alyxandria Thompson, and Fiona Wilson. Because of the strength of their performance, Autumn Baker, Skylar Fain, Zowie Hall, Joshua Huffman, DJ Johnston, Gabe Jones, Charity Lowry, Trinity McCarley, Maci McDowell, Kelsey Porter, Hollie Sorrell, Ian Standerfer all advanced to state competition in May. Congratulations!!!!!!

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The following students won FIRST place in Automotive Quiz Bowl Competition held in Waco, Texas. We also had a Second place winner for the Automotive Technology. Note, this was the First time Mabank High School received an award in this competition. These young men, Lucas Gibson, Travis Hanson, Jonathan Hogan, Jayden Klotz, Brayton Owens, and Christian Trimmins had extreme competition against them from large 4A and 5A  Schools in District 5. Our Automotive Quiz Bowl team had 8 Large Automotive Teams against them, while Lucas Gibson competing in Automotive Quiz Bowl, had 39 Auto Students to compete with. These two Competitions had to be in First or Second place to advance to State Competition. Please congratulate these proud students who are looking forward to State Competition on April 4th in Corpus Christi Texas. 

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The Cheerleaders competed in the UIL State Spirit Championship on Friday, January 18.  In the preliminary round, with their cumulative score, they finished 9th out of 84 teams to advance to finals for the first time.  As the scores start over in the final round, they finished fourteenth in the state.  Mrs. Minyard and Ms. Luberg are super proud of their accomplishment.

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Congratulations to Dayton Thomas who placed 2nd and received a silver medal in UIL Congressional Debate.  He also got to meet and spend some time with our state representative.

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DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13

  • Calling all boys and girls that have school spirit - its time for cheer tryouts. If you are interested in being a cheerleader next year, please sign up in the front office. You can also pick up a tryout pickup with the meeting and clinic dates.
  • MHS will be administering an official SAT test during the school day on Tuesday, April 23, 2019. If you are a senior student and would like to take advantage of this opportunity, please sign up in the counseling center. The fee to take the test is $47.50. If you have free or reduced lunches, the fee is $10. If you are a junior student and took the PSAT in October 2018 and scored at least 500 in ERW and a 500 in math with a composite of 1000, you qualify to take the SAT for FREE. We will automatically place you on the SAT registration list. If you would like to take the SAT, but either didn’t take the PSAT or didn’t score at the above range, you may sign up for the SAT in the counseling center. The fee to take the test is $47.50. If you are on free or reduced lunches, the fee is $10. VERY IMPORTANT: Please sign up and pay the fees in the counseling center by February 28. 
  • A very big congratulations to our Varsity Boys Basketball team as they defeated Van 75-61 in a loud, hostile environment and winning the District Championship. It has been a total team effort this season by the Panthers The coaching staff is very proud of the efforts of each team member for this accomplishment. Team members are: Cade Bell, Landry Johnson, Caleb Dally, Grant Capehart, Gavin Scrimshire, Devyn Gibbs, Noah Johnston, Bradley Reynolds, Chance Brock, and Keaton Ehrenberger.  Also, a huge shout out to our student Krunk Krew and cheerleaders for all their support.  Playoff game will be next Tuesday night at Forney High School against Quinlan Ford. More details will come later.
     

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12

  • Calling all boys and girls that have school spirit - its time for cheer tryouts. If you are interested in being a cheerleader next year, please sign up in the front office. You can also pick up a tryout pickup with the meeting and clinic dates.
  • Today after school the Spanish club will be hosting a Valentine's Day Gift Exchange party. Please bring something to exchange with another student.
  • Art Club meeting today for VASE competitors only. All entry fees must be paid today and bring your practice intent forms completed.
  • MHS will be administering an official SAT test during the school day on Tuesday, April 23, 2019. If you are a senior student and would like to take advantage of this opportunity, please sign up in the counseling center. The fee to take the test is $47.50. If you have free or reduced lunches, the fee is $10. If you are a junior student and took the PSAT in October 2018 and scored at least 500 in ERW and a 500 in math with a composite of 1000, you qualify to take the SAT for FREE. We will automatically place you on the SAT registration list. If you would like to take the SAT, but either didn’t take the PSAT or didn’t score at the above range, you may sign up for the SAT in the counseling center. The fee to take the test is $47.50. If you are on free or reduced lunches, the fee is $10. VERY IMPORTANT: Please sign up and pay the fees in the counseling center by February 28. 
  • Over the weekend our Mabank Automotive team competed in District 5 Skills USA competition. The team came in first, for the second year in a row, in quiz bowl, and Lucas Gibson took second place in automotive service technician. If you see Lucas, Travis Hanson, Brayton Owens, Jaydon Clotz, Jarid Trimmins, Jonathan Hogan, Matthew Dunn or Lydia Hernandez in the hall ask them a car question to prepare them for state in Corpus Christi.
  • The results for the Mabank Winter Shootout Scholarship Tournament have been finalized. With 25 school districts and 600 archers Mabank showed up in style. Cash Teague even took home some "cash" for college by coming in second place over all in the high school division.
     

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11

  • Get your chance to win Prom Tickets. Eat Breakfast ,Lunch every day and have Perfect attendance from 01/07/19-03/01/19., to get your name put in a drawing 
  • Calling all boys and girls that have school spirit - it’s time for cheer tryouts. If you are interested in being a cheerleader next year, please sign up in the front office. You can also pick up a tryout pickup with the meeting and clinic dates.
  • The Spanish Club will be hosting a Valentines gift exchange party on Tuesday after school in room 127. Please bring something to exchange with another student.
  • This weekend the UIL Academic teams competed successfully at Canton and the following placed in their events:
    Victoria Cantu - 6th Place Ready Writing
    Sydney Payne - 4th Place Feature Writing and 6th place Headline Writing
    Colin Sandlin - 2nd place Current Events and 5th place Science
    Ryan McCarley - 5th place Copy Editing
    Sierra Rudman - 3rd place LD Debate
    Dylan Thomas - 4th place LD Debate
    Dayton Thomas - 3rd place Persuasive Speaking 
    Current Events team also placed 2nd overall
    Congrats to our hardworking teams!
  • The Mabank Academic Decathlon Team competed at the regional competition this weekend in Midland Texas. Students competed in 10 separate events from 10 academic areas. The team placed fourth in our region and 11th in the state. Individual medals received include:
    Dane Adams: 2nd place in Social Studies
    Abigail Yarger: 2nd place in the Essay
    Kristian Bass: 3rd place Economics and 3rd place Music
    Chloe Coffey: 2nd place Economics and 3rd place Science
    Aaron Eagle: 3rd place Economics, 3rd place Math, 3rd place Music
    Kristopher Fleming: 3rd place Social Studies, 3rd place Essay, 2nd place Interview, 2nd place Speech, 3rd place Science
    Grayson Ferris: 2nd place Social Studies, 1st place Essay, 1st place Economics, 3rd place Music, and third highest scoring Decathlete in the Scholastic Division. 
    If you see these students please offer them congratulations! 
     

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8

  • Calling all boys and girls that have school spirit - its time for cheer tryouts. If you are interested in being a cheerleader next year, please sign up in the front office. You can also pick up a tryout pickup with the meeting and clinic dates.
  • The Spanish Club will be hosting a Valentines gift exchange party on Tuesday after school in room 127. Please bring something to exchange with another student.
  • The Mabank Tennis team competed well in the Corsicana Tournament yesterday. Our mixed doubles team of Sam Carter and Chris Guttuso made it to the semifinals, Paul Guttuso made it to the quarterfinals in boys singles, Colin Loudan was runner up in the Consolation side of the boys singles, and Kegan Kirlin and Tyler Dittmer were runners up in the consolation side of boys doubles. Great job Mabank Tennis players.
     

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7

  • A track parent meeting will be held on Thursday, February 7th at 6:30 PM in the Library. Boys and girls track athletes please ask your parents to be in attendance.
  • Calling all boys and girls that have school spirit - its time for cheer tryouts. If you are interested in being a cheerleader next year, please sign up in the front office. You can also pick up a tryout pickup with the meeting and clinic dates.
  • Students, ZAP is TODAY! Students, please have all ZAP work completed, turned in, and signed off by your teacher before lunch todayor you will be staying after school.
     
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Mabank, TX 75147

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