• MHS hosts annual bonfire

    MHS hosts annual bonfire

    Sarah Nguyen, Senior Jounalist

    October 23, 2017

    Every year, on the day before the homecoming game, MHS hosts a variety of events, and this year was no exception. Students celebrated with a hot dog supper and a blazing bonfire. However, this year was different in terms of how the bonfire happened. The morning of the bonfire, the wood for the bonfire...

  • AP honors qualifying test scores

    AP honors qualifying test scores

    Sevin Kacsir, Journalist

    September 27, 2017

    MHS students were recently awarded more than $11,000  for passing scores on their Advanced Placement (AP) exams. The exams are graded on a scale of 1-5, with a passing score of 3 or above. At an assembly Sept. 20, each student who scored 3 or above was awarded a certificate and $100 for each test AP...

  • Band readies this year’s show

    Band readies this year’s show

    Kalijah Smith, Journalist

    September 27, 2017

    The marching band will give their full competition performance in full dress uniform at Friday's home game Sept. 29. As a result, the practice schedule has been rigorous. Band member Koesha Davis reported, "It's humid and hot, but we still be out practicing. We get our drill sheets, learn our parts,...

New homecoming parade a success

New homecoming parade a success

Grant Baker, Journalist

October 23, 2017No Comments

It was a difficult decision for the parade judges, but the float sponsored by the nursing classes took home the trophy at the Oct. 12 homecoming parade sponsored by student council.  Nurses in scrubs rode the winning float...

Seniors create rock garden, add Panther cut on new machine

Sarah Nguyen, Senior Journalist

October 6, 2017No Comments

Every year, seniors leave a legacy behind. Last year, the class of 2017 raised money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. This year's class legacy is a rock garden outside of Mrs. Hamilton's classroom. The decorative rocks were...

MHS offers first-ever student bus to El Dorado game

MHS offers first-ever student bus to El Dorado game

Tori Bright, Journalist

September 27, 2017No Comments

For the first time ever, 40 students who wanted to cheer on the Panthers rode to a football game Sept. 15 on a school-sponsored bus. The bus took 40 students to El Dorado. They sat in the stands near the band and cheered...

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Powder puff game ends in tie

Powder puff game ends in tie

Brianna Owen, Journalist

October 23, 2017No Comments

The annual powder puff game between the senior girls and the junior girls Oct. 12 ended in a tied score. The guys in their short skirts got the crowd going with their team spirit, as they flipped and stumbled their way around...

  • Panthers optimistic about Camden matchup October 6, 2017
  • Volleyball plays in tournament September 27, 2017
  • Panthers working to defeat El Dorado September 15, 2017
  • Golfers ready for conference September 15, 2017

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Math students celebrate Pi Day

Math students celebrate Pi Day

Sarah Nguyen and Chloe Garland

March 17, 2017No Comments

On Mar. 14, also known as "Pi Day" (3.14), all math classes grades 10-12, except for AP Calculus, decided to take a break from their complicated formulas to come together for a day of fun and game...

Students pep up for the state tournament

Students pep up for the state tournament

March 2, 2017

Singers attend All-State Clinic, Concert

Singers attend All-State Clinic, Concert

February 24, 2017

MHS students celebrate Valentine’s Day

MHS students celebrate Valentine’s Day

February 17, 2017

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