JROTC Promotion Ceremony
GA-946 AFJROTC HOLDS PROMOTION CEREMONY
On Tuesday, 12 January 2016, thirteen Aerospace Science second-year (AS2) cadets of Mitchell County High School’s GA-946 Air Force Junior ROTC were recognized during a promotion ceremony held in the AFJROTC classroom. Cadets in Fox Flight included NYKERIA HAYWOOD, LUIS HERNANDEZ, KNAULIJJE JACKSON, CEDRIC KNIGHT, AUTUMN ROUPE and DEVIN VICKS. Cadets in Golf Flight included TAYLER CHAPMAN, SHANARIANA HICKS, VERA JACKSON, RODNEY KEATON, ANTHONY MCINTYRE, LAKESHIA SNELLS and RONDARRIUS WILLIAMS. Each cadet was promoted to the rank of Cadet Master Sergeant (six stripes)! Way to go cadets!
Business Students Apply Skills to Real Life Projects
Darick Scott uses the Duplo machine to cut out the calendars that he and his fellow Business students made for Ms. Lure Jenkins for St. Peter African Methodist Episcopal Church. Ms. Lure Jenkins met with the advanced business students in Ms. L. Twitty’s class and worked with them on creating the design. Darick said, “I was excited to make a calendar for her church. I used my skills learned last year in Digital Design by using Photoshop to take out the power line wires that was showing in the picture of the church and then made the picture made it transparent so that it would fade into the background. Ms. Jenkins was very polite and liked my design and pointed out parts I could do to make it better. Next, I used the Duplo machine to cut out the calendar.” This project was a fantastic opportunity for the students to apply the skills that they have learned in their class.
Eagle's Nest Catering presents
"The Casserole Connection"
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.
February 17: Chicken, wild rice and green bean casserole
March 2: Stuffed Shells
For more information or to order contact: email@example.com or leave a message at 229-403-1840 (Lillibel Wingate) or 336-2170.
Career Tech Month
Students and faculty at Mitchell County High School will join others across the nation during the month of February to celebrate national Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month. This year’s theme is Opportunities for Career Success! CTE encompasses 94 percent of high school students and 13 million postsecondary students in the United States and includes high schools, career centers, community and technical colleges, four-year universities and more. CTE is a major part of the solution to myriad national economic and workforce problems, such as high school dropout rates, a weakened economy, global competitiveness and massive layoffs. At a time when opportunity for employment is so critical, CTE programs in every community are ensuring students are equipped with the skills to successfully enter the workforce. The Career, Technical and Agriculture Programs at Mitchell County School include: Healthcare Science Technology, Early Childhood Education, Culinary Arts, Web and Digital Design, Graphic Design, Agriculture, and JROTC. For more information on the programs, contact CTAE Supervisor Rodney Conine at 336-0970.
Scholarship list is updated throughout the year.
Attention Seniors, click the Scholarships link to visit the Guidance page for information on available scholarships.
MCHS School Plans
To review all school plans: Compact, Parent Involvement Policy, School Improvement, School-wide Plan, etc. visit the Parents' page on our website by clicking on the link at the top of the page. Plans also can be found in the Parent Resource Room located next to the front office at the high school.
SAT/PSAT TEST PREPARATION LOGIN
May 9: MCHS Athletic Banquet
May 10: JROTC Awards
May 19: Honor's Night
May 20: MCHS Graduation
May 27: Last day of school
May 30: Holiday
May 31-June 2: Postplanning
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 Lunch Menu
Lunch menus are located on the district website. Click here
and then look for MCHS menus.
Listen to Eagle News Radio Station WMCZ-LP 94.5 FM
every morning at 7:15 a.m. to find out what is for lunch that day and tune in at 5:05 p.m. to find out what is on the next day's menu.
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, Graphic Design, 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.