Attn Seniors: The lucky seniors who are winners today in the Homecoming Spirit Drawing are: Trevor Estock, Reid McClean, Madeline Molnor, and Ayoola Olapo. You must see Ms. Kiefer in Room 248 today for prize. Any unclaimed prizes by the end of the day will go back in the drawing.
Attn Seniors: The lucky seniors who are winners today in the Homecoming Spirit Drawing are: Julie Schweiss, Carter Welsh, Brendan Paule, Tori Green, Dan Farrenkoph, Cassie Visintainer, Trevor Estock, and Ayoola Olapo. You must see Ms. Kiefer in Room 248 today for prize. Any unclaimed prizes by the end of the day will go back in the drawing.
Any seniors who did not get a senior tshirt and still want one, order one from Ms. Kiefer in Room 248 by Monday. Cost is $10 and must be paid in advance.
Attention Senior Class--If you did not pick up your senior t-shirt yesterday, see Ms. Kiefer in Room 248. Also, get your homecoming beads at the same time whether or not you ordered a shirt.
Attention all students! Have you noticed jungle animals around the building? If you find them, turn them into the main office to add to your class spirit week totals. Student council members will be totaling these points and adding them to participation points to see which class has the most school spirit. The class with the most spirit will receive the spirit trophy at the pep rally, and they will also receive a treat in their next homeroom!
The Portable Climbing Wall from Adventure Rock will be here TODAY from 10:30-1:30. Come out during your lunch or study hall and try climbing for free. Any questions, see Ms. Whaley.
Attention Juniors! The PSAT (Preliminary SAT) will be offered at MFHS next Wednesday at 8:00 a.m. The PSAT is a national standardized test that measures critical reading, math and writing skills and it is the qualifying exam into the National Merit Scholarship competition. To sign up for the PSAT please visit Student Services. More information and a preparation guide are available. The cost of the PSAT is $17.00 due on test day.
Calling on all students that are interested in a career in manufacturing!!! This is fast growing field with many job opportunities - A robotics operator, a manufacturing engineer, a machine operator, a design engineer, a pharmaceutical researcher are some of the names of careers in the field of manufacturing just to name a few!!!
Next week on Thursday, October 18th is the Manufacturing Career Expo at Davian’s Conference Center in Menomonee Falls!! There will be over 43 booths from various area manufacturing companies like Harley Davidson and Quad Graphics and post secondary technical schools like ITT Technical Institute, MATC and WCTC! All there for you to explore and get exposure about this exciting field!!
Our Menomonee Falls High School is taking a bus over to this event during 1st, 2nd and 3rd hours on Thursday morning. Serious students interested in this field can sign up in the Student Services office to go to this event. Signed parent permission is required. For more information please visit Student Services!
Chinese Club meets this week TODAY after school in room 239. All are welcome!
National Art Honor Society is holding an all membership meeting this TODAY in art room 30, 3:15-4pm
There will be an Art Honor Society Executive board meeting this TODAY during 3rd lunch in art room 30.
Tom Grizzle won the Thassophobia Submission of the Week with his poem "The Harridon Harlot". See the poem on the Smoke Signals website.
Dryland ski training will be starting this SATURDAY in the new gym from 9:00 - 10:30 am. Wear workout clothes and bring water.
The Alpine Ski Team will be having an informational meeting on next MONDAY in the Library from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.
Anyone interested in skiing on this year’s team please attend with a parent. You don't have to have any racing experience to participate.
We are looking for 2 or 3 students that would be interested in being a team manager for the Ice Bears-Girls Hockey Team. If interested stop in the Athletic Office.
Hey Super Fans! Make a night of it and come on out TONIGHT and cheer on Varsity Volleyball at 5:00PM then head over to the Soccer Game at 7:00pm to support the Indians as they go up against Sussex in the Regional Finals. The Student section will be a BLACK OUT. All students in attendance will receive a stamp on their PBIS card. See you at the games!
Community Ed and Recreation
Boys interested in playing rugby this spring should plan on attending an introductory practice on Wednesday, October 24th from 3:45-5pm at the killer hill practice field located east of the community center on Menomonee River Parkway. This no contact session will teach the basic rugby skills, drills, and formations. Participants should bring a water bottle and wear weather appropriate athletic clothing and cleats, if available. For additional information, please contact the CE&Rec Department at 262-255-8460.