2015 Track & Field
Congratulations to Mrs. Lafollette. She has been chosen as DeSoto Parish's High School Teacher of the Year!!
Mrs. Lafollette has taught math at MHS for 13 years and loves her school! She is a National Board certified teacher who loves helping students meet and exceed their goals. Over the past 3 years, Mrs. Lafollette has witnessed an increase in Algebra EOC performance from 15% proficiency to 43%. The Geometry EOC scores have likewise increased from 12% proficient to 53%. This fall, Mrs. Lafollette's Algebra classes hit an all time high of 82% proficient.
MHS is lucky to have Mrs. Lafollette and we are extremely proud of her recognition by the DeSoto Parish School Board.
Click Here to access the DeSoto Parish calendar for the 2014-2015 school year!
MHS Vision: Academic Proficiency & Strong Character for All Students
MHS Mission: Quality Learning for Every Student Every Day
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Congratulations to the MHS FCCLA!
They went to State and brought back various awards.
We are very proud of you.
Bronze medal winners
-Carmen Zarate & Serenity Arvin (sports nutrition) -D'Neijha Lane (Fashion Construction) -Alexis Adkins & India Williams (Chapter Service Project) -Alexis Vance, Lacrystal Hudson, & Elizabeth Lindsey (Culinary Arts)
Silver medal winners
-Kayla & Destiny Allen (National Programs in Action) -Arionna Turner (Life Event Planning)
Silver medal NATIONAL QUALIFIERS
-Chelsea Rochell & Shar Kysa Mitchell (Focus on the Children) -Nakiyah Clark & Demetric Preston (Promote and Publicize FCCLA)
Gold medal NATIONAL QUALIFIERS
-Destiny Davis (Recycle and Redesign)
-Deasia Burrell, LaDacia Gilbert, & Kiara Varner (Illustrated Talk)
Lady Wolverines Softball:
Weds., March 25th - Home vs. North Caddo @ 5:00
Thurs., March 26th - Away @ Bossier @ 5:00
Fri., March 27th - Home vs. Huntington @ 5:30
Mon., March 30th - Away @ Zwolle @ 5:00
Good Grades & Great Behavior Rewards
Project Lead the Way
Students in Baby Z's PLTW course were surprised to find a "crime scene" in their classroom at the beginning of the semester. Students will spend the next few months analyzing evidence, fingerprints, and scientific leads in order to determine the (fake) victim's cause of death.
Thank You Irenaissia for making MHS proud.