Do you have a funny or heart-warming story or memory to share from when you were either a student at this school and/or currently a teacher at this school? If so, please consider sharing a bit of your past. The MPMS Stagecrafters' final production of the year will be focused on the memories and history of this building. We will keep your story anonymous if you would like. If you have a story to share, please email Marnie Stoker (Theatre Teacher) at email@example.com
PLEASE submit your story by January 30, 2017.
A big congratulations goes out to the wrestling team for winning the conference tournament championship on Saturday, December 17. They were also the regular season conference winners. Way to go Tigers!
If you signed up for your FREE Energy Kit through the My Energy Kit Challenge, thank you! We reached the 100 sign-up challenge and won $250—and we want to keep going. For every additional 100 sign-ups we get, we’ll win another $250. And if by December 31, we have the most kit sign-ups, we’ll win the grand prize of $2,500! Please help us out by signing up for your FREE Energy Kit and crediting our school. Go to MyEnergyKit.org or call 1-855-386-9548.
Please note: Duke Energy provides one free kit per household every 36 months. If you’ve received a FREE kit before, you might be able get another one. Even if you can’t yet get another kit, your sign-up will still help our school!
Congratulations to the MPMS Mock Trial team. Since the start of school this year they have been preparing attorney questions and witness roles as well as meeting three times every week after school. They have put in hours of their own time outside of school and practice times. They performed very well at competition on November 4th. Fifty-six teams across the state competed for only 8 spots in state finals competition. MPMS was selected as an alternate for state level competition. This is a major accomplishment for a team only in its second year.
On competition day peer awards were given out for most effective witness and most effective attorney. These awards were decided on by each opposing team. The MPMS most effective attorney for both rounds of competition was Kelsey Hall. The MPMS most effective witnesses were Aidan Little and Vivian Padget. Mrs. McKinney also recognized Sawyer Austin as a most valuable participant to the team. He was always ready to practice, flexible and willing to take on any role necessary for team success.
Thank you to the 2016 MPMS Mock Trial team for a great competition performance: Sawyer Austin, Nadiya Berryman, Abby Bulger, Kristin Culp, Parker Fields, Kelsey Hall, Ayden Hooks, Aidan Little, Vivian Padget, Kaidyn Waggoner, and Reagan Waggoner.
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM 7th Grade Basketball: Concord (Away)
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM 7th Grade Basketball: Hickory Ridge (Away)
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM 7th Grade Basketball: C.C. Griffin (Home)
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM 7th Grade Basketball: Harris Road (Away)
7:45 AM - 8:45 AM SIT Meeting
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM 7th Grade Basketball: Kannapolis (Home)
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM 7th Grade Basketball: Northwest Cabarrus (Home)