Weekly Announcements

Announcements for the week of November 7th, 2022 include:

Good Day T-birds!


Breakfast & Lunch is available in the cafeteria to all students, although lunch is not free to all students this year, unless they qualify. Students are able to pre-pay for their lunch by adding money to their student account in the lunchroom. All parents/guardians are encouraged to fill out the Free and reduced lunch forms and return them with your students before the end of August.


Students/parents/guardians please remember that lunch can ONLY be dropped off by a parent/guardian. If they are not on the list that your parent/guardian has provided during the registration process, attendance will send them away. Door Dash and other delivery services will also be turned away, and a referral may be given for the student that ordered the service.

STARTING JANUARY 3, 2023

THERE WILL BE NO FOOD DELIVERIES ALLOWED AT ALL.


MHS is a Nut-Free campus. Please remind your student not to bring any peanuts, peanut butter sandwiches, or anything with nuts to school.


Additional Student Announcements include:

Thank you Steve Sunde, a contractor and owner of Foam and Froth, Mehdi Azarmi, Fairway Estates, and Los Matadores, Fort Mohave ACE, Toby Cotter and Shane Pollock, alumni Grace Hect, Chelsee and Noel Edwards, Mrs. Richards, and Robert for contributing ceiling tiles, painting equipment, donations, labor, time, and mentorship, as they worked side by side with our carpentry students. This crew is inspirational. We thank you. Stay tuned there is more to come during round 2.


School Uniform shirts are mandatory and all shorts must have a 6-inch inseam and skirt length must be equivalent to a 6-inch inseam or longer. If you are not wearing a school shirt, or are out of dress code, a parent/guardian will be called to bring you proper attire and you will receive a referral.


The weather is starting to get a little cooler, so please remember the definition of outerwear. Outerwear is a true outdoor sweater or jacket that can be removed. All students are required to have their uniform shirts on under the outerwear. Our local vendors do sell the long sleeve versions including your favorite T-bird hoodies of all uniforms. We highly recommend those.


Flex Fridays - there may be some confusion about Flex Fridays. For the remainder of this year we will be having Flex Friday each month. It is important that students struggling in any subject, who may have missed an exam, who need help completing makeup work, who have attendance issues, or who just love our enrichment exercises attend. November 4 and December 9th are the final two for this semester. All teachers will be there.


Show your school pride with our HOUSE OF THUNDER bracelets in 3 different colors and our classic pink breast cancer awareness bracelets. They are $2 each. We also have green and gold spirit poms for $2 as well. Coming soon are the spirit towels so look forward to these in the next week or so. All sales from pink items will go back to a breast cancer charity right here in our area. Please see any HOSA member or come to class T-221 to purchase your school spirit swag.


Yearbook Club is meeting Tuesdays and Thursdays in C112 with Ms. Hammon to begin building the Yearbook. Anyone wanting to help create the 22-23 MHS Yearbook is welcome. We will be needing photographers to attend events and take photos. Please email Ms. Hammon if you need more information.


Any students wanting to meet with MCC, ask them questions, or get help on the admissions process: our rep is here every Monday. Sign up in the counseling office to meet with her.


Tutoring services are being held after school each day in the 21CC lab in the E-wing. If your student is struggling in a class, help is available. In addition, we offer a variety of enrichment activities.


Ceramics Club members. Our meeting days are Mondays and Wednesdays. You are welcome to come in during enrichment on Flex Fridays too!



Sports

Fall sports have begun. Any student wanting to participate in sports on campus must have a completed 2022-23 “RegisterMyAthlete” profile on file with current physical and insurance card uploaded. Please see the athletics department to get your clearance cards before tryouts.


Winter Sports are about to begin on October 31st. Please stop by the Athletics office to get your clearance card.

You must have a current RegisterMyAthlete.com profile with all 6 pages of the physical, and front/back of athletes insurance card uploaded to the 2022-23 profile. If you have any questions, please stop by the Athletics' office.


Cheer Tryouts for Basketball Season will be November 8th, 9th, and 10th from 4-6pm. Tuesday/Thursday will be in the old gym, Wednesday will be in the cafeteria. You must be cleared through the athletic office in order to try out.

Please see Mrs. King in the counseling office if you have any questions.


Athletic fees are past due. Please contact our athletic secretary Ms. Maish. She will help you make your

final payment plans.


To purchase tickets in advance, online for upcoming games, visit Eventbrite.


Reach out to our coaches regarding practice and game departure times.


For more information on Dress Standards and other policies, please visit the Parent/Student Information page of this website to view the Student Handbook.



Remember “It's Always A Great Day To Be A T-Bird”








Students can not have more than 8 unexcused or parent excused absences in a class, or 4 tardies, or you will lose credit for that class. Every student starts with 1 excused tardy, then after that, you will be assigned to after school lab, detention, or Flex Friday to make up for the lost classroom time.


Parents, please be mindful of your child’s social media pages. There are several pages that show other students' faces, without their permission. It can be considered cyberbullying, and a felony if taken in a private setting. Please be aware of what your child is posting on these social media Mohave accounts that have been created.


As a reminder, due to liabilities, skateboards are not permitted on school grounds. If your student is on campus skateboarding, the office will confiscate the skateboard and a parent or guardian will need to pick it up.

Additionally, as a reminder, Mohave is a closed campus. Students are not permitted to be on campus without a staff member present.


Check out the "Senior News" section of our website for upcoming senior student events.


For information on sports/athletics, please see the "Athletics" page for a full schedule of all sports.