Thursday, May 24

  • Out to Lunch Passes are Back.  Submit 10 boxtops and receive a pass to eat outside for lunch.  No limit - submit as many as you can. Support our school by submitting your boxtops.


    Central Cabarrus High School is having a Multicultural Day on Wednesday, May 30th from 4-7:00 pm. There are information sheets in the library. Feel free to stop by and pick one up. This is a free event that is going to try to have as many countries from around the world represented. There will be food, music, games, and performances.


    Attention Students! We have Student Assistant application forms for 6th and 7th graders that are interested in working in the Media Center or the Office. Please pick these up in the Office or Media Center. They are due back by May 25th.


    Football workouts for rising 9th grade boys with Coach Johns will take place on Monday, May 21st from 4:15-5:30.


    The high school marching band and color guard will continue their rookie camp and tryouts today after school.  All participating students should report to the band room immediately after school. Please have your ride here by 6pm to pick you up.  Dress in shorts, t-shirt, and sneakers and bring your instrument. For more information, please talk to Mr. Grush or Mrs. Blackburn.


    Mt. Pleasant High School Student Council applications are available in our front office for rising freshman to fill out if interested in being a member next year. The applications will be due to a box in the front office by 4:00 on May 25.

     

    Orders for pizza for field day are taking place each morning during homeroom. The pizza will be $2.00 a slice for either cheese or pepperoni. A student will be coming around to each homeroom to take orders and money until May 25th. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Deaton.


    The MPMS Stagecrafters present their final production of the year, "Teachers on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown" tonight and Friday at 7pm. Admission is $3. Come out and support your local student actors!


    Come out and support our TSA and VEX Robotics clubs by going to Zaxby’s in Harrisburg next Tuesday, May 22nd from 5-8pm. 10% of all sales will go to benefit these clubs.


    Any 8th grade girls, interested in tennis next year at the high school, will have a meeting in the gym on Tuesday, May 22, at 3:30.


    Yesterday’s word of the day was imperious. It means arrogant, overbearing, or domineering. In a sentence you could say: “Because she is an imperious person, she has the tendency to tell everyone what to do.”

Wednesday, May 23

  • Out to Lunch Passes are Back.  Submit 10 boxtops and receive a pass to eat outside for lunch.  No limit - submit as many as you can. Support our school by submitting your boxtops.


    Central Cabarrus High School is having a Multicultural Day on Wednesday, May 30th from 4-7:00 pm. You may pick up information sheets in the library. This is a free event that is going to try to have as many countries from around the world represented. There will be food, music, games, and performances.


    Attention Students! We have Student Assistant application forms for 6th and 7th graders that are interested in working in the Media Center or the Office. Please pick these up in the Office or Media Center. They are due back by this Friday, May 25th.


    There will be a girls’ basketball meeting for all grade levels tomorrow at 3:30 in the main gym.

    Mt. Pleasant High School Student Council applications are available in our front office for rising freshman to fill out if interested in being a member next year. The applications will be due to a box in the front office by 4:00 this Friday, May 25.


    Orders for pizza for field day are taking place each morning during homeroom. The pizza will be $2.00 a slice for either cheese or pepperoni. A student will be coming around to each homeroom to take orders and money until May 25th. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Deaton.


    FFA Awards Day is tomorrow from 4:30-6:30! All FFA Members and their families are invited to attend.
    7th and 8th Grade FFA Members, if you want to attend Nationals in October make sure to turn in your deposits to reserve your spot!


    Any 8th grade girls, interested in tennis next year at the high school, will have a meeting in the gym today at 3:30.


    Reminder to any 7th grader who picked up the Stagecrafters audition packet---auditions will be today from 4-5pm in the auditorium if you did not come yesterday. Make sure you have your ride here at 5pm.


    Beta Club members are reminded to bring in their donations for the Sonshine Backpack service project by this Friday to Ms. Holshouser’s room.


    There will be a softball interest meeting for next year tomorrow in the Main Gym during Venture. Bring your stuff with you, as you will be dismissed from there. Please see Coach Hammill for any questions. 


    Reminder to all Beta Club members: your service hours for the second semester are due by this Friday, May 25. No late exceptions.


    Reminder to rising 7th and 8th graders - Student Council applications are due next week! If you like creating and organizing new events, Student Council is the place for you! See Ms. Sirse or Mrs. Cottingham for an application.


    The word of the day is sardonic. It means sarcastic; scornfully mocking; or cynical. In a sentence you could say: “In the cartoon, the villain gave a sardonic sneer before kicking the hero off the top of the building.”

Tuesday, May 22

  • Out to Lunch Passes are Back.  Submit 10 boxtops and receive a pass to eat outside for lunch.  No limit - submit as many as you can. Support our school by submitting your boxtops.


    Central Cabarrus High School is having a Multicultural Day on Wednesday, May 30th from 4-7:00 pm. You may pick up information sheets in the library. This is a free event that is going to try to have as many countries from around the world represented. There will be food, music, games, and performances.


    Attention Students! We have Student Assistant application forms for 6th and 7th graders that are interested in working in the Media Center or the Office. Please pick these up in the Office or Media Center. They are due back by this Friday, May 25th.


    There will be a girls’ basketball meeting for all grade levels this Thursday at 3:30 in the main gym.


    Mt. Pleasant High School Student Council applications are available in our front office for rising freshman to fill out if interested in being a member next year. The applications will be due to a box in the front office by 4:00 on Friday, May 25.


    Orders for pizza for field day are taking place each morning during homeroom. The pizza will be $2.00 a slice for either cheese or pepperoni. A student will be coming around to each homeroom to take orders and money until May 25th. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Deaton.


    FFA Awards Day is this Thursday from 4:30-6:30! All FFA Members and their families are invited to attend.
    7th and 8th Grade FFA Members, if you want to attend Nationals in October make sure to turn in your deposits to reserve your spot!


    Come out and support our TSA and VEX Robotics clubs by going to Zaxby’s in Harrisburg today from 5-8pm. 10% of all sales will go to benefit these clubs.


    Any 8th grade girls, interested in tennis next year at the high school, will have a meeting in the gym tomorrow at 3:30.


    Reminder to any 7th grader who picked up the Stagecrafters audition packet---auditions will be today and tomorrow from 4-5pm in the auditorium. You are to come to ONE audition session only, either today OR tomorrow. Make sure you have your ride here at 5pm.


    Beta Club members are reminded to bring in their donations for the Sonshine Backpack service project by this Friday to Ms. Holshouser’s room.


    There will be a softball interest meeting for next year this Thursday in the Main Gym during Venture. Bring your stuff with you, as you will be dismissed from there. Please see Coach Hammill for any questions. 


    Reminder to all Beta Club members: your service hours for the second semester are due by this Friday, May 25. No late exceptions.


    There will be NO GIRLS BASKETBALL THIS WEEK at the high school!! Summer workouts will begin in June. Contact Coach Enloe if you have any questions.


    Reminder to rising 7th and 8th graders - Student Council applications are due next week! If you like creating and organizing new events, Student Council is the place for you! See Ms. Sirse or Mrs. Cottingham for an application.

Monday, May 21

  • Out to Lunch Passes are Back.  Submit 10 boxtops and receive a pass to eat outside for lunch.  No limit - submit as many as you can. Support our school by submitting your boxtops.


    Orders for pizza for field day will be during morning homeroom. The pizza will be $2.00 a slice for either cheese or pepperoni. A student will be coming around to each homeroom during this week to take orders and money. We will be selling until May 25th . If you have any questions please see Ms. Deaton.


    RISING 7th and 8th graders, don't forget! Student Council applications are available in Ms. Sirse and Mrs. Cottingham's rooms. These are due by Thursday, May 31.


    Attention FFA Members: Officer applications are due today, no exceptions.


    Central Cabarrus High School is having a Multicultural Day on Wednesday, May 30th from 4-7:00 pm. There are information sheets in the library. Feel free to stop by and pick one up. This is a free event that is going to try to have as many countries from around the world represented. There will be food, music, games, and performances.


    Attention Students! We have Student Assistant application forms for 6th and 7th graders that are interested in working in the Media Center or the Office. Please pick these up in the Office or Media Center. They are due back by May 25th.


    Coach Johns will begin football workouts with rising 9th grade boys on 3 days:  May 14, May 16 and May 21 from 4:15-5:30.


    Congratulations to our volleyball team in their win over Harris Road yesterday to become the conference champs! Our baseball team has a game on Monday with Hickory Ridge at Concord High School. Way to go Tigers!


    Beta Club will have its final meeting of the year next Monday, May 14 during Venture in the auditorium. All members are expected to attend.


    The high school marching band will be holding a rookie camp next week (Mon, 14th, Tues, 15th, and Thurs, 17th) after school.  All current 7th and current 8th grade band members that are interested in learning more about marching band and participating next year, please report to the band room immediately after school next week. Please have your ride here by 6pm to pick you up.  Dress in shorts, t-shirt, and sneakers and bring your instrument. For more information, please talk to Mr. Grush or Mrs. Blackburn.


    The high school color guard for marching band will be holding try-outs next Mon, 14th, Tues, 15th, and Thurs, 17th) after school.  All current 7th and current 8th grade students that are interested in learning more about the color guard, the marching band and participating next year, please report to the band room immediately after school next week. Please have your ride here by 6pm to pick you up.  Dress in shorts, t-shirt, and sneakers. You do NOT have to be in the band to participate in the color guard.  Anyone can try-out.  For more information, please talk to Mr. Grush or Mrs. Blackburn.


    Mt. Pleasant High School Student Council applications are available in our front office for rising freshman to fill out if interested in being a member next year. The applications will be due to a box in the front office by 4:00 on May 25.


    The word of the day is fickle. It means always changing in interests or loyalty. In a sentence you could say: “London’s weather is so fickle that it becomes imperative to carry an umbrella all the time.”

Friday, May 18

  • Out to Lunch Passes are Back.  Submit 10 boxtops and receive a pass to eat outside for lunch.  No limit - submit as many as you can. Support our school by submitting your boxtops.


    Central Cabarrus High School is having a Multicultural Day on Wednesday, May 30th from 4-7:00 pm. You may pick up information sheets in the library. This is a free event that is going to try to have as many countries from around the world represented. There will be food, music, games, and performances.


    Attention Students! We have Student Assistant application forms for 6th and 7th graders that are interested in working in the Media Center or the Office. Please pick these up in the Office or Media Center. They are due back by May 25th.


    Football workouts for rising 9th grade boys with Coach Johns will take place on Monday, May 21st from 4:15-5:30.


    Mt. Pleasant High School Student Council applications are available in our front office for rising freshman to fill out if interested in being a member next year. The applications will be due to a box in the front office by 4:00 on May 25.


    Orders for pizza for field day are taking place each morning during homeroom. The pizza will be $2.00 a slice for either cheese or pepperoni. A student will be coming around to each homeroom to take orders and money until May 25th. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Deaton.


    The MPMS Stagecrafters present their final production of the year, "Teachers on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown" tonight at 7pm. Admission is $3. Come out and support your local student actors!


    Come out and support our TSA and VEX Robotics clubs by going to Zaxby’s in Harrisburg next Tuesday, May 22nd from 5-8pm. 10% of all sales will go to benefit these clubs.


    Any 8th grade girls, interested in tennis next year at the high school, will have a meeting in the gym on Wednesday, May 23rd, at 3:30.


    Mrs. Little’s classes will not go to her today. They will stay with their other encore teacher for 2 periods. Mrs. Cox is finished testing. Her students should go to her for class today at regular times.


    The word of the day is shenanigans. It means mischief; trickery; or “monkey business”. In a sentence you could say: “When the student was given detention for disrupting class, he learned his teacher wasn’t appreciative of his shenanigans.”