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Benchmark 5 Testing: November 21, 2014
Attention MCHS Students in Early Childhood Education or Culinary Arts:
FCCLA is currently having their Fall Membership Drive. New members pizza party will be held on September 11. The FCCLA Fall Leadership Conference will be held on September 18-19 in Covington, GA at the FFA-FCCLA Camp. Membership Dues are $14. For more info, contact Mrs. Paxton Crosby or Ms. Lillibel Wingate.
Senior FAFSA Form Seniors, are you worried about how you're going to pay for college? GA College 411
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or the FAFSA
, is available to determine what financial aid you're eligible for. Completing the FAFSA Guide
Click here for more info: Tips
on completing the FAFSA documents.
SAT/PSAT TEST PREPARATION LOGIN Culinary Arts/Eagle’s Nest Catering Presents “The Casserole Connecti
As a fundraiser and learning tool, the Culinary Arts students will be preparing casseroles each week for sale. The orders will need to be placed the Monday prior to pick-up on Wednesdays. If you don’t want to cook them that day, you can wait a couple of days or they all freeze well! Also, please feel free to place all of your orders in advance if you prefer.
November 5-Homemade Lasagna * November 12-King Ranch Chicken
November 19- Stuffed shells * November 26-No Casserole-Holiday week
December 3-Chicken, Wild Rice & Green Bean
December 10- Turkey & Spinach Lasagna
$10 for a 9” round (feeds 2-4 people) $20 for a 13 x 9 (feeds 6-10 people) Email your order to: email@example.com or leave a message at 229-403-1840 (Lillibel Wingate) or 336-2170. Make checks payable to: MCHS. Pick up times are between 3:45 -5:00 p.m. on Wednesdays or between 10:00 and 11:00 a.m. on Thursdays. If these times are not convenient, we can make other arrangements.
Going Above and Beyond
MCHS student Vanessa Santillan is a direct example of how our high school students are reaching for the stars. Vanessa is in Mrs. R. Lee’s and Ms. L. Twitty’s Business Production class and is also taking college courses, so that by the time she graduates from high school she will have an Associate’s degree. Vanessa is always striving for the best in everything she does. In her business production class, she gets to utilize her creative skills by helping create and maintain the school scrapbook, as well as work on many of the projects received by the department. We in the Business/Technology department would like to give a great big “THANK YOU” to Vanessa for her tireless proof-reading of the “Eagle’s Nest Newsletter.” Vanessa, your diligence is greatly appreciated!
Prisoner of War/Missing in Action (POW/MIA) Remembrance Ceremony
One hundred fifty-two cadets of GA-946 Air Force Junior ROTC at Mitchell County High School were in attendance as the Air Force Junior ROTC Distinguished Unit and Outstanding Organization held a Prisoner of War/Missing in Action (POW/MIA) remembrance and honor ceremony on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, in the school’s gymnasium. Chaired by Cadet Courtney Brinkley, a Junior, the cadets organized and executed a memorable ceremony enjoyed by all in attendance, including members of American Legion Post 141, American Legion Post 518 and the Woodmen of the World, Chapter 183.
FCCLA’s Fall Motivational Rally
On Wednesday, October 8 the Mitchell County High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) club members traveled to Perry, Georgia for FCCLA’s Fall Motivational Rally at the Georgia National Fair. While attending the fair, Mitchell County High School’s FCCLA Chapter competed and placed 3rd in the State Brochure competition for General Recruitment. In addition to the brochure competition, FCCLA member Raveona Randell (above left) placed 4th in the Chili Cook-off and member Veronica Jackson placed 4th in the Peanut Recipe Competition.
MCHS Eagle News Team Films Ag Youth Summit at Expo
On October 15, 2014, the Eagle News Team, consisting of Aaliyah Parson, Leonor Davalos, and Victor Johnson worked with CNS Program Manager and Director Austin Reams and Producer Beau Sherman to film and stream the first Annual Ag Youth Summit held at the Sunbelt Expo. Ag Commissioner Gary Black commented that the Eagle News Team was wonderful, very professional, and an excellent representation of their school. The live interactive portion of the summit involved connecting a panel of agriculture experts at the Expo site with three classes of high school students who would be participating from their respective classrooms around Georgia: Walker County, Coffee County, and Thomasville City. Partners included Georgia Tech Research Institute, Community Network Services, Sunbelt Expo, and Growing Georgia. Panel members were: Keaton Griner-Host with Growing America, Gary Black- Georgia Agriculture Commissioner, Bryan Tolar-President Georgia Agribusiness Council, Greg Mims, President-Georgia Young Farmers Association, and Doug Britton-GA Tech Research Institute. Visit: http://mycns.tv/Media/Details/663/3/ag-youth-summit-from-sunbelt-ag-expo.html to see the recording of the summit.
November 11- Home vs. Thomasville Scrimmage Game-No JV-at 6:00 p.m.
December 2- Home vs. Seminole-JV Girls-at 6:00 p.m.
December 5- Home vs. Baker-JV Girls- at 6:00 p.m.
December 6- Home vs. Miller-JV Girl- at 6:00 p.m.
December 9- Away vs. Seminole-JV Boys- at 6:00 p.m.
December 12- Home vs. Randolph-clay-JV Girls- at 6:00 p.m.
December 13- Away vs. Stewart-JV Both-at 6:00 p.m.
December 16- Home vs. Calhoun-JV Girls- at 6:00 p.m.
December 19- Home vs. Quitman-JV Boys- at 6:00 p.m.
November 7- Home vs. Randolph-clay(Senior Night)- at 7:30 p.m.
November 21- 1st ROUND PLAYOFFS-TBA
November 28-2nd ROUND PLAYOFFS- TBA
December 5- 3rd ROUND PLAYOFFS- TBA
December 12- STATE CHAMPIONSHIP- TBA
Benchmark Exam -November 21
To find out more information, click on each club's name.
FCCLA (Advisors: Ms. L. Wingate and Ms. P. Crosby)
FFA (Advisor: Mr. F. Peters)
HOSA (Advisor: Ms. S. Anglin)
Eagle News Production (R. Lee, L. Twitty)
Benchmark Exams will be given every 3 weeks.
Parent, Teacher, Student Compact Agreement Student Insurance
This a link to a site to purchase insurance for your student.
Notice: The Mitchell County School System’s Career, Technology and Agriculture Education Department does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in admission to its programs (Agriculture, Business and Computer Science, Healthcare Science, Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education, and JROTC), services or activities. Additional information can be found at http://mitchell2.schooldesk.net. The Mitchell County School System does not discriminate in its hiring or employment practices. For additional information or referral to the appropriate system coordinator, contact the superintendent’s office at 108 South Harney Street, Camilla, Georgia, 31730-2065 TEL:(229) 336-2100.