The Educabana learning community is about to launch, and you have an opportunity to become a charter member. Here's a look at some of the benefits of joining:

  • You will be able to find qualified tutors. If your school district has not renewed the contracts of well-qualified teachers and closed tutoring centers in the school in favor of mass studyhalls, you might need a little extra help. Teachers, former teachers, college students, and those who are simply very proficient in the subject area can be qualified tutors.
  • It's not just academic tutoring. Educabana believes we could use a little help in many of our endeavors. Therefore, it's not just an academic tutoring site, but it's a way to find someone to help you sew that button on, hook up your computer to your living room television, or fix a leaking pipe. Sometimes you need to hire a qualified and insured professional, but sometimes you should hire a teacher so that you can learn how to do the task yourself.
  • We all want to be part of a learning community. You might love to write, and maybe you want to tutor others. However, why not join a group of fellow writers and meet or at least connect and share. Educabana provides an environment for people with similar interests and skills to teach each other when they arrange meetings.
  • Share files. Maybe you're not ready to tutor or get tutored. Educabana allows members to share files with each other, so you could always practice on your own or find a new lesson to use.
  • Freedom of choice. Educabana simply tries to get a teaching and learning community together, but it will be up to the user how to benefit from the service. You can try to save money by hiring qualified tutors for less or by learning along with a service provider. You can make more money than if you were hired by a tutoring agency. You can arrange to meet where it's convenient and safe. You can ask as many questions as you want before you meet. You can pay or get paid with cash, but you can also barter your own skills.

 Follow the links to folders that include the performances.

Videos Part I

Videos Part II

Please congratulate the team of Jude Amarasinghe, Eric Brodish, and Jasdeep Kler for placing 6th in State Junior Achievement Business Challenge on May 1 held at Acuity Insurance in Sheboygan.  The State competition consisted of the top 25 teams who qualified to compete at Regional competitions held  across Wisconson in February, where Jude, Eric, and Jasdeep finished in 1st place. The team qualified for the championship round in the morning and earned their 6th place finish in the afternoon.  This is the third time in six years that MFHS has sent a team to state, and the second time our team has made it to the championship.  Well done, men!

Three of our forensics team members competed at the State competition in Madison.  Katelyn Ml earned gold in the Special Occasion category; Bhakti A earned silver in the Extemporaneous category; and Signe M earned bronze in Four Minute.  Please congratulate these ladies on their great work if you see them.
MFHS forensics 2014

Menomonee Falls High School FBLA

Our own Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) won the state competition held in
Appleton on April 6-7. This is the FIRST state championship for MFHS FBLA! A record number
of 33 students qualified for the National Competition in Nashville this summer by earning first,
second, or third place in their events. Last year, 12 students qualified for Nationals, which at
that time was a school record. This is an amazing accomplishment by this year’s Nationals
qualifiers and all FBLA members who competed.

Students prepared over many months for their events. They attended nighttime study sessions
and worked diligently outside of class to prepare. Students prepared projects in advance of the
event and practiced their presentations with their peers and advisors. Many, many hours went
into their preparation.

Saurabh Jain, a Senior at MFHS and the FBLA Region 7 Vice President, completed his term as
state officer. He was recognized on stage for his contributions this past year. He completes his
FBLA tenure having qualified for National Competition three consecutive years, including this

FBLA is advised by Mrs. Burling and Mrs. Oliver.