- Last Updated on Monday, 26 January 2015 12:25
- Last Updated on Friday, 09 January 2015 14:24
Dear MHS Community:
Can this set of Salutes truly mark the final Salutes of the first semester? Where did November and December go? For that matter, shouldn’t Halloween be coming soon?
I guess it might be a little too cold to convince myself that we are still in October; however, our burst pipe did feel like a bit of a trick given the proximity to exams. No more burst-pipe days, please (but a huge thanks to our Maintenance Staff)!
From Anne Watson: I'd like to give a shout out to Chris Staab who participated in the Stock Market Game with the Financial Literacy class, along with hundreds of other teams from around the state of Vermont. And, lo and behold, Chris won! Yep. He won the whole thing. He started with an imaginary $100,000 and in three months made about $30,000. These pictures are of him being congratulated by Art Woolf, an economics professor from UVM who runs the program for Vermont. Chris won a $25 gift certificate to Amazon for his remarkable imaginary earnings. Wish I had some better pictures, but they're better than nothing!
This must be Staab Day because I would like to thank him for the code he wrote to help us sign out our library laptops more efficiently. Very cool service learning!!!
Thanks to Carrie Cook who has been a driving force in helping MHS start a dialogue around the inclusion of all students.
When members of our staff go to a conference or workshop, the expectation at MHS is they share the learning (okay, it’s kind of a new expectation). Myles Chater led a fun and informative session on technology in the classroom afternoon. We appreciate his professionalism!
- Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 January 2015 10:25
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