Student Council members colored Principal Brian Disney's hair blue after raising more than $4,000 for Riley's Children's Hospital at the MHS Dance Marathon.
Friday, April 11, 2014
The Dance Marathon is tomorrow, Saturday April 12. It is from 1 to 5 p.m. It is in the South Gym and they will be learning the moral dance and will also have a ping pong table, crafts, food, and inflatable joust. Registration is $20 and needs a parent signature.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Mooresville Gay-Straight Alliance will be having the annual Day of Silence on Friday, April 11. Sign-ups will be Tuesday, April 8 during lunch. Sign-ups will continue in Ms. Eickhoff's room through Wednesday, April 9. There will be a "Breaking the Silence" party following school on Friday after school; food and drinks will be served.
Have you ordered a yearbook yet? If not, you should soon! The deadline for ordering a 2014 Wagon Trails Yearbook is Monday, April 14, 2014. You can order over the phone by calling 1.866.287.3096 or online by visiting www.yearbookordercenter.com. The order number is 40256. The yearbooks will be distributed in the fall. If you have any questions, feel free to visit Mrs. Clark in room A113.
Monday, April 7, 2014
Seniors Ryan Crafts and Jessica McDaniel have been awarded the Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship. They were the only students awarded the scholarship in the Morgan County area.
Crafts plans to study mechanical engineering and has been accepted into the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, IUPUI and the University of Southern Indiana. McDaniel plans to study pharmacy and has been accepted into IU, Purdue, and Butler University.
Both students will receive full tuition for four years at an Indiana college or university of their choice as well as a yearly 900 dollar stipend for textbooks and other necessary equipment.
In addition to Crafts and McDaniel, MHS seniors Logan Mills and Jackie Harris were finalists in the selection process. They will receive scholarships from the Community Foundation of Morgan County to honor their achievement.
Be sure to congratulate MHS’s finalists and winners of the Lilly scholarship!
In preparation for this weekend’s Riley Dance Marathon, MHS is having spirit days to amp up the student body for the marathon. The themes are listed below.
Monday: Red & Blue
Tuesday: Black & Yellow
Wednesday: Green or Purple
Thursday: Favorite Superhero
Friday: Dance Marathon Shirt or Red for Riley
Senior Jackie Farrand has given up drinking soda and shopping for herself for lent.
“This week has been a little tough because I’ve been very tempted to drink just a little cup of Coke, but I talked myself out of it,” Farrand said.
“I think the hardest part [this week] was when my mom would buy a couple of two liters of Coke and they would just be sitting there on counter. It was really tempting not to drink some,” Farrand said.
With all of these temptations though, she has stayed true to lent.
“I’m gonna be honest, it sucks, but I think that’s the point of lent, to give up something that is really hard to give up,” Farrand said.Stay tuned for an update on Jackie Farrand’s progress on lent.