MANTACHIE HIGH SCHOOL
310 Mustang Drive/P.O. Box 38
Mantachie, MS 38855
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The MHS Junior Civitan Club and Camellia Hospice are collecting items for the residents of Countrywood. We are challenging the 9th grade to bring 100 sticks of chapstick, the 10th grade to bring 100 travel-size lotions, the 11th grade to bring 100 travel-size body washes, and the 12th grade to bring 100 travel-size packs of tissues. Please help us with this worthy cause! Donations will be delivered to Countrywood on December 19.
Congratulations to the following high school Who's Who winners:
Friendliest: Rebekah McCreary and Austin Black
Most Polite: Morgan Beasley and Austin Black
Most School Spirit: Madison McCarthy and Drew Langley
Wittiest: Bella McCarley, Madelyn Lindsey, and Hunter Stephens
Most Intellectual: Bethany Buse and Tyler Graham
Best All Around: Madison McMillen and Ben Kirksey
Cutest: Gracie Campbell and Drake Frazier
Best Dressed: Jessica Hall and Trey Hughes
Most Athletic: Anna Reed Sheffield and Trey Hughes
Most Talented: Shelbie Coleman and Chris Palmer
Recent winners of the Band's Walmart Gift Cards are:
November 3 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: Greg Garvin, $100
November 4 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: Carol Kitchens, $150
November 5 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: Beth Riley, $200
November 6 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: David Thomas, $100
November 7 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: Tonya Jackson, $150
November 10 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: Beverly Beane, $200
November 11 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: Julie Tyra, $100
November 12 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: Bill Smith, $150
November 13 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: Elizabeth Kelly, $200
November 14 MHS Band Walmart Gift Card winner: Shirley Sullivan, $500
Click HERE for a yearbook order form. The deadline to order at the early-bird price of $50 is December 19. The price will be $60 during the second semester. The final order deadline is May 1.
FCA Meets every Wednesday in the MHS Library from 7:30-7:45 a.m.
Any juniors and seniors interested in taking dual credit courses should see Mrs. Susan Scribner for more information about the following dual credit courses that will be offered this spring: Anatomy and Physiology II, Calculus II, College Algebra, English Composition II, Psychology, U.S. History, and Government.
The MHS Mustang Band scored Superior Ratings in the MHSAA Regional Competition in Tupelo Saturday, October 18. They scored Superior in Drum Major, Color Guard, Percussion, and the Band received Superior Ratings in all three of their judged captions. Because of these superior ratings the band qualified for the MHSAA State Marching Championships. The Band will begin an intense two-week preparation for the Marching Championships at Clinton High School on November 1.
The MHS Class of 2017 is sponsoring a 5K run on November 15. The run will begin at 9:00 AM. The entry fee is $25, and the registration begins at 8:00 in front of the gym. Click HERE for a form and more information.
Please see Mrs. Plunk to pay $15 Junior Civitans Dues.
On Saturday, September 27, the MHS Band brought home seven trophies at the Tenn-Tom Marching Competition at Aberdeen High School. They received Superior Ratings in Drum Major, Color Guard, Percussion, and all three band categories for an overall Superior Rating. They also swept the Class 2-A categories for outstanding Drum Major, Percussion, and Most Outstanding 2-A Band. Also, they were the 3rd Highest Scored Band in all divisions 1-A through 6-A.
Make-Up pictures for the yearbook were made Monday, September 22. See Mrs. Plunk if you did not have a yearbook picture made.
Congratulations to Tori Horton for being elected as this year's Homecoming Queen!
Congratulations to Austin Black and Mikayla Clouse for being elected Mr. and Miss MHS!
The Junior class dues of $25 per semester are due and can be taken to Kim Wiygul Precise at BancorpSouth in Mantachie.
Fill out and return the Parent Information Sheet for the class of 2017 if you haven't already. Click HERE for more information about class dues. Click HERE for the Parent Information Sheet. Forms are also available in the MHS office.
Students who complete high school in December 2014 and enter ICC in January 2015 will be eligible for the County Tuition Grant. Students will not be able to apply for State of Mississippi Student Aid for 2014-2015, but should apply for 2015-2016 as soon as possible beginning January 1, 2015. All other requirements for application are the same.
Parent Note Excuse Form: Parents may click here to access and print a Parent Note Excuse Form. Excuses must be presented to the school office within two days of the absence(s) or the absence(s) will be considered Unexcused.
Active Parent and Active Student: The website to register for Active Parent is ms2900.activeparent.net or click HERE. The website to register for Active Student is ms2900.activestudent.net or click HERE. Click Request Account and go through the steps to set up a student account. Passwords should be a minimum of six characters long. Once the account is set up, the student can view grades, assignments, absences, and posted announcements. If the account is not available after three or more business days, go back to Active Student and click Reset. All students need to register for Active Student if not already registered.
Notice of Daily Road Closure:
Mustang Drive at the south entrance to Mantachie Attendance Center (4 way stop by the play school) will be closed daily beginning at 2:30 p.m., and remain closed until after parent pickup is concluded. Vehicles will NOT be allowed entrance at the south end or the north end. The north end will be open only for parent pickup as it is now. As the south entrance will be barricaded, there will be no check-outs for students between these times. If you need to check-out your child, it must be done before 2:30 p.m. No unauthorized vehicles will be allowed to enter or park on school property during the secured time. These safety measures will ensure that students are either placed on a bus or in the parent pick-up area. Also, this will be a safer way to secure the bus loading area as well as provide safe dismissal of students in the high school parking lot. Please be patient as this safety measure is initiated and understand that the safety of our students is our number one concern.
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