Announcements for Monday. Join Newswriting and write the news yourself.
If you are interested in joining a club that will look good on your resume and give your abilities some exposure, stop by on Tuesdays after school in Room 144. The Newswriting club officially meets Tuesdays, but Mr. Jaeger is available at other times. Once you're signed up, you can write articles for this news website whenever you want. You decide how much you want to build into your portfolio. Mr. Jaeger will help with ideas and editing. However, if you want real news to be reported at MFHS, you need to join and write.
The MFHS Thassophobia Club is looking to begin again as a club that reads and publishes student work. Club members have decided to focus on the famed talent show, but also want to expand the reach of the club back into the classroom. English teachers have been contacted and announcements will be made about getting more student content turned in so that we can publish it to the creative writing section of this webpage.
In recent years, the club has seen a steady decline in participation by the student body. At the same time, talent show participation has gone up. The club operates year-round, and the benefit it provides to the school can be realized weekly with more student submissions. To that end, Mr. Jaeger will be offering Golla Dollas for your writing. Bring your poetry or prose to Room 144 to receive cold, hard cash.
Attention Juniors! Are you interested in being a Junior Class Officer? We are looking for leaders within the Junior Class to plan Homecoming activities, class community service projects, & prom. TODAY is the last day to sign up. If you are interested, pick up an application in the Athletic Office. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Anderson in room 109 by the end of today.
The voting results are in and the following students will be leading the Sophomore class this year.
President = Cole Sterr
Vice Presidents = Isabelle Abbott, Alex Graeber, Laurie Lapp, Maddy Perinovic, Jesse Rabay, and Mindy Wolfe.
Congratulations and thank you to all who ran!
Looking for a meaningful volunteer opportunity? Riverside Elementary School is looking for afterschool tutors Monday, Tuesday and Wednesdays beginning in October. Sign-up sheets are available in the main office. Make a difference and sign up today!
Attention Students and Staff!!! We will have College Wear Wednesdays one Wednesday a month where the students and staff are welcome to wear college gear from any college or technical college!!!
The first one will be this next Wednesday September 18th to help us kick off the beginning of applying to colleges!!
This coming Wednesday please wear your favorite college gear, your future college gear or a favorite college sports team - shirts, sweatshirts, sweats, jerseys, etc. No hats of course :-) Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! .
Attention all SOE students: Your first employability skills seminar is TOMORROW, during zero hour in room 125. These seminars are mandatory for all SOE students. Please be there at 7:00 AM sharp. If you have not turned in your training agreement or weekly hours reports, be sure to bring those with you on Tuesday. Any questions, see Ms. Kiefer, Ms. Killian-Janicek, or Mr. Warner.
Extremely Important Information from Your School Counselors! Your Mandatory Attendance Senior Update meetings are coming up!!!!
If you are a Senior with a last name letter A-Lo, please plan to attend your Senior Update Meeting on Friday,
September 20th during 2nd hour in the Auditorium.
If you are a Senior with a last name letter Lu-Z, please plan to attend your Senior update Meeting on Monday, September 23rd during 3rd hour in the Auditorium.
Please report directly to the Auditorium on your assigned date. Attendance will be taken.
WCTC in Pewaukee – Waukesha County Technical School will hold an Open House for all Health Care related careers on Thursday from 5-7 p.m. Students & Parents should attend if you are considering a Health program at WCTC!
Attend Academy Day: This year's annual Wisconsin Academy Day is this Saturday (10:00 am to 12:30 pm) at the EAA Museum in Oshkosh, WI. Students have the rare opportunity to speak first hand with congressional staffers regarding the nomination process as well as meet with representatives from all five service academies. Visit Senator Johnson or Senator Baldwin's websites for more details.
Radiography and Dental Hygienist programs are now open for Fall 2014 enrollment!! Deadline for Waukesha residents is October 1st, 2013. Out of county residents deadline is Jan 1st, 2014.
TOMORROW will be a Golla Bill Double Deposit Day. If you bring your Golla Bills and turn them in to Ms. Koser on TOMORROW during your lunch, she will double your deposit. So, if you have four Golla Bills to turn in, you will actually get credit for 8 Golla Bills! Homecoming is fast approaching and there are still 6 free homecoming tickets available, so take advantage of this lucrative offer! ! Ms. Koser hopes to see you on Tuesday!
Attention ALL SENIORS...TODAY is your last chance to get a senior t-shirt and support your class fundraiser for Senior Holiday. T-shirts are $10 and will be sold during all lunch periods today. You will be able to wear your tshirt when your class photo is taken for the yearbook in the coming weeks. See one of your class officers or Ms. Kiefer if you have questions.
The MFHS Yearbook Committee is looking for interested students to plan and design the yearbook. Anyone interested should sign up in the office or see Mr. Laserstein or Mr. Langer.
The News Writing club will meet after school TOMORROW in Room 144. Join News Writing if you are interested in writing about school news, sports, or entertainment, or if you want to practice editing or photography. See Mr. Jaeger for more information.
Chess club will be meeting starting next Monday, September 23rd in room 200. Please see Mr. Millard or Morgan Davis if you have any questions.
Student 1: Hey Student 2, did you hear about the rock climbing team on GMF? Do you think you’ll join?
Student 2: The rock climbing team does sound awesome, but I’ve never done it before. I’m not sure I’d be much good at it.
Student 1: That’s okay! The rock climbing team isn’t looking for experts. They’re looking for people who want to climb for fun and want to get better at it, even if they’re starting from zero.
Student 2: That sounds like such a positive environment! When did you say that callout meeting was?
Student 1: The climbing team callout meeting will be this Thursday after school in room 150!
MFHS Book Club will be holding its first meeting TOMORROW after school in the library. The book is The Fault in Our Stars. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
Homecoming permission slips are available in the office.Ticket sales will be in the cafeteria starting TOMORROW.
Attention all creative seniors and those not -- we can use you too. Let's make the Senior Window Decorations for Homecoming week award winning this year. We will start decorating TOMORROW, from 5:30-7:30, and Wednesday from 6:00-8:00 pm. Meet in the lobby by the Main Office! Any questions, see one of your class officers.
HS Bowling try-outs will be held Wednesday and Thursday at 3:30 at Village Bowl. You must attend both days to be considered. No one will be allowed to try-out unless they have their athletic card on file with Mrs. Smith in the athletic office.
If you have any questions, see Coach Kossow in the library.
On Saturday, Men. Falls hosted the Matt Hadler cross country races at Rotary Park. Julliette Schefelker led the wolf pack of Varsity runners placing 39th and Emma Jankowski finished 41st out of 72 runners cutting almost a minute and a half off her time! April Gilbert followed the pack coming in 43rd a mere 7 seconds behind Emma.
The JV team was like a pack of hungry jackals going after the competition. The pack had colossal finishes with Jesse Rabay finishing 23rd out of 122 runners with Emily P close behind finishing 27th and Emily O’Connell cutting over a minute off her previous time finishing 36th. Great job girls!
The Falls boys cross country team placed 3rd in 12-team Matt Hadler Memorial Invite on Saturday at Rotary Park. The Indians were led by senior Kaleb Becker with a personal record of 16 minutes, 41 seconds over 5000 meters. Rounding out the top five were juniors Jake McMahon and Josh Hindman, senior Ben Maas and sophomore Jayce Kolinski.
The JV boys were the champs and led by juniors Brandon Schinker, who placed 3rd overall, Aric Ibarra, sophomore Owen Stegner, and juniors Brian Giuffre and Zach Pogorzelski.
Boy’s Basketball Off-Season Training
Strength and Conditioning: 3days per week: Tuesday & Wednesday (6:45-8:15pm). Friday, right after school (3:15-5:00pm). Please meet outside the weight room.
Open Gyms: Tuesday & Wednesday (8:15-9:30pm) in the Main Gym (following lifting)
Please note there is NO Open Gym on the following days: 9/18, 9/24 and 10/15. Strength and conditioning will remain as scheduled.
“HAVE A GOOD DAY AND “HAVE FALLS PRIDE”