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College Decision Day 2017

As a GEAR UP focus school, MTHS hosted its 3rd College Decision Day.  College Decision Day events provide schools and communities with an opportunity to showcase the academic excellence of students.   These accomplishments would not be achieved without the hard work on behalf of the students and the families who support and encourage them.

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See more pictures on the Student Achievements link on the left side of the website.

Career Academy

The MTHS Gear UP students attended the first Career Academy at the Civic Center in Charleston, WV on April 13, 2017.  The event included a Career Expo, Science Spectacular, World of Robotics, and STEM behind Hollywood Series.  The Career Academy is a collaborative effort aimed at preparing students for postsecondary education through early career awareness. The United State Senator, Joe Manchin, spoke to the students about the importance of pursuing education or training after high school. 

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Philip Dickerson and Kristen Adkins won $50 gift card for competing in contest at the career academy.

Proposed 2017-2018 School Calendars
Congratulations!!!!

Jordan Pugh placed 1st in the Fayette County Young Writers 2017 Contest, Grade Level 9-10.

Free Tutoring for MTHS Students

Help your child succeed in school!  As part of Gear Up, MTHS will begin offering free tutoring services in the areas of English and Math starting Monday October 24th.  Tutoring services will be available before and after school.  Morning sessions will be held Monday – Friday from 6:30 AM-7:00AM in room 107.  Afternoon sessions will be held Monday – Thursday from 3:15 PM. – 4:15 PM in room 122.  Any student wishing to participate should report to the assigned classroom. 

 

Blanket of Love

                               

James Carte and Luke Walker spent their job shadowing days making a quilt for Ms. Blume. The quilt listed things cancer cannot do.

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RIBBON OF LOVE

MTHS faculty, staff, and students wore purple and formed a "ribbon of love" around our beloved Principal, Diane Blume, in her fight against pancreatic cancer.

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