Early Dismissal and School Closure
4 months ago, Middlesex County Public Schools
Early Dismissal and School Closure
Middlesex will host the first regional boys' basketball tournament game on Tuesday, 2/20/24 at 6:00 PM. Tickets are $7.00 each. No bags are allowed.
4 months ago, Middlesex High School
JV & Varsity Softball: February 20 at MHS from 3:30 to 5:00 PM JV & Varsity Baseball: February 20 at MHS from 3:30 to 5:30 PM Tennis: February 20 at MHS from 3:30 to 5:00 PM JV Coed Soccer: February 20 at MHS from 3:30 to 5:30 PM Varsity Boys' Soccer: February 20 at MHS from 3:30 to 5:30 PM Varsity Girls' Soccer: February 20 at MHS from 3:30 to 5:30 PM Track & Field: February 26 at MHS from 3:30 to 5:00 PM
4 months ago, Middlesex High School
Congratulations to our Navigators of the Quarter for the second quarter! These individuals exemplify our Deeper Learning priority. They provide students with diverse educational opportunities that promote confidence, passion, and responsibility. Thank you for all that you do for our students! l to r: Dale White, Matt Short, Jill Shores, Sherri Liverman, Clark Laster, Bailey Hooper, Kelsey Eanes, Carrie Ward not pictured: Amy Donovan, Brooke Balderson
4 months ago, Middlesex County Public Schools
Q2 Navigators of the Quarter
Please support prom and the junior class by purchasing a raffle ticket. See attached photo.
4 months ago, Middlesex High School
junior class raffle
MIDDLESEX ATHLETICS 2/12-2/17/24
4 months ago, Middlesex County Public Schools
MIDDLESEX ATHLETICS 2/12-2/17/24
The deadline for aquaculture applications is 2/11/2024.
4 months ago, Middlesex High School
Deadline has been extended until 2/1//2024! Jobs in the Aquaculture/Seafood/Commercial Fishing/Marine Industries have been declining over the past five years, but GO Virginia Region 6 has a high concentration of employment in this industry. This industry is prime for growth in Region 6, especially in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula as well as GO Virginia Region 5’s Eastern Shore. This project will continue to promote jobs in the aquaculture industry cluster by expanding high school students' understanding of what jobs are available in the aquaculture industry cluster, expanding educational opportunities that meet employers’ needs, and supporting internship opportunities that help young people gain experience and awareness. The updated Promoting Careers in Aquaculture 2.0 program’s multi-prong approach will create positive career and growth opportunities for students, teachers and participating industry partners. The 2023 pilot project was proven successful, and there is interest and demand from localities including industry and students to continue the program. For students, provided access to a series of online aquaculture learning modules, a one-week educational and experiential summer experience, and a four week summer internship with a local aquaculture business. The initiative will target high school juniors. These educational opportunities will inform and prepare students for different jobs in the shellfish aquaculture industry. Upon successful competition of the program students will receive a cash stipend and digital badge/credential. For local employers, the project team will foster local industry partnerships with the goal of developing successful internship opportunities for the students. Training will be provided to industry partners to make the internships a win-win experience. Through this initiative, students will develop connections with potential future employers in the aquaculture industry in Region 6. While job creation will not be immediate, these students will be exposed to opportunities within the region to either get a job right after high school or return to the region after receiving higher education. DETAILED PROGRAM OVERVIEW The project team is currently seeking additional support from local business owners, industry leaders, local community colleges and K12 school systems interested in contributing time and resources in support of the program. Interested students can check out the MHS counseling Canvas page or see Ms. Baltrusaitis in the counseling office. https://core-docs.s3.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/103/LCPS/3911150/Aqua_2.0_Overview_Students_FINAL.pdf
4 months ago, Middlesex High School
Bridging Communities Career and Technical Center applications for the 2024-2025 school year are now available. Find the link for the application on the Counseling Canvas Page or the Bridging website. https://drive.google.com/file/d/10Ff7w3JfGTaaspCBcHMb1y15Ig9pS5Sj/view Email your completed application to Ms. Kekoa: lkekoa@mcps.k12.va.us Completed applications, as well as the RCC application and RCC Parent Consent Form, are due by Friday, February 23, 2024. Contact your counselor with questions.
4 months ago, Middlesex High School
There will be a prom interest meeting for junior class parents/guardians on Thursday, February 8th at 5:30 PM in the library. The junior class officers and sponsors would appreciate help as we plan and prepare for prom. If you are interested in helping but cannot attend, please reach out to Sarah Chowning at schowning@mcps.k12.va.us or (804)758-2132. This meeting will occur before the college application process meeting for juniors and their parents/guardians.
4 months ago, Middlesex High School
MCPS celebrates our School Counselors!
4 months ago, Middlesex County Public Schools
School Counselor Appreciation Week
MIDDLESEX ATHLETICS for the week of February 5-10, 2024
4 months ago, Middlesex County Public Schools
MIDDLESEX ATHLETICS for the week of February 5-10, 2024
On Thursday evening, February 8, 2024 at 6:00 PM in the MHS Media Center, Ms. Baltrusaitis from the MHS Counseling Department will hold a workshop for juniors and their parents about preparing for the college application process. Email Ms. B. at abaltrusaitis@mcps.k12.va.us with questions.
4 months ago, Middlesex High School
MIDDLESEX ATHLETICS 1/29-2/3/24
5 months ago, Middlesex County Public Schools
MIDDLESEX ATHLETICS 1/29-2/3/24
There will be a workshop tomorrow (Tuesday, 1/23/24) at 6:00 PM in the MHS media center for seniors and their parents/guardians about ways to pay for college. For more information, email Ms. Baltrusaitis at abaltrusaitis@mcps.k12.va.us The junior class is selling raffle tickets during school and at home basketball games. A $5 ticket gives you a chance to win AirPod Pros, Beats Pros, a 44 quart Orca cooler, or a Stihl leaf blower. If you would like to purchase a ticket, please call the high school at 758-2132.
5 months ago, Middlesex High School
Jobs in the Aquaculture/Seafood/Commercial Fishing/Marine Industries have been declining over the past five years, but GO Virginia Region 6 has a high concentration of employment in this industry. This industry is prime for growth in Region 6, especially in the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula as well as GO Virginia Region 5’s Eastern Shore. This project will continue to promote jobs in the aquaculture industry cluster by expanding high school students' understanding of what jobs are available in the aquaculture industry cluster, expanding educational opportunities that meet employers’ needs, and supporting internship opportunities that help young people gain experience and awareness. The updated Promoting Careers in Aquaculture 2.0 program’s multi-prong approach will create positive career and growth opportunities for students, teachers and participating industry partners. The 2023 pilot project was proven successful, and there is interest and demand from localities including industry and students to continue the program. For students, provided access to a series of online aquaculture learning modules, a one-week educational and experiential summer experience, and a four week summer internship with a local aquaculture business. The initiative will target high school juniors. These educational opportunities will inform and prepare students for different jobs in the shellfish aquaculture industry. Upon successful competition of the program students will receive a cash stipend and digital badge/credential. For local employers, the project team will foster local industry partnerships with the goal of developing successful internship opportunities for the students. Training will be provided to industry partners to make the internships a win-win experience. Through this initiative, students will develop connections with potential future employers in the aquaculture industry in Region 6. While job creation will not be immediate, these students will be exposed to opportunities within the region to either get a job right after high school or return to the region after receiving higher education. DETAILED PROGRAM OVERVIEW The project team is currently seeking additional support from local business owners, industry leaders, local community colleges and K12 school systems interested in contributing time and resources in support of the program. Interested students can check out the MHS counseling Canvas page or see Ms. Baltrusaitis in the counseling office. https://core-docs.s3.us-east-1.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/103/LCPS/3911150/Aqua_2.0_Overview_Students_FINAL.pdf
5 months ago, Middlesex High School
MIDDLESEX ATHLETICS 1/22-27/24
5 months ago, Middlesex County Public Schools
MIDDLESEX ATHLETICS 1/22-27/24
Attached is the senior page pricelist for the yearbook.
5 months ago, Middlesex High School
senior page price list for the yearbook
Next week's schedule. Monday, 1/15 - Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - School is closed Tuesday, 1/16 - A day Wednesday, 1/17 - B day Thursday, 1/18 - A day Friday, 1/19 - B day
5 months ago, Middlesex High School
MLK Day closing
5 months ago, Middlesex County Public Schools
MLK Day closing