Helping celebrate Pink Out day on Sept. 18, Caitin Quirk, eighth grade, wears pink gear to school. Part of the middle school’s Spirit Week, Pink Out Day lets students and faculty show their support for the search for a cure for breast cancer.
Yearbook staff members sophomore Emily Lebahn, junior Kimber Stout and adviser Scott Lawson hand out preordered yearbooks on Sept. 13. Copies of the book for sale for $40 in the high school office.
On August 26, members of FCCLA hold their first meeting of the year in sponsor Teresa Hinsley’s room.
Students gather in the high school commons on the morning of August 15 for the first day of school.
Area youngsters explore the preschool classroom and participate in learning activities during preschool registration Wednesday afternoon, August 14.
On the day before their first day as freshmen at MHS, Richard Wylie, high school principal, begins freshman orientation in the high school library. Students and their parents spent part of the afternoon taking care of paperwork and meeting their teachers on August 14.