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MLHS Students & Families -

Here is a schedule of events for Homecoming 2019 at Medical Lake High School.

Dress-Up Days
Friday (10/4) - Cardinal Spirit

Monday (10/7) - Pajama Day

Tuesday (10/8) - VSCO Day

Wednesday (10/9) - Hippie Day

Thursday (10/10) - Favorite Movie Character Day


Friday (10/4) 1:55 PM - Homecoming themes/dress-up days/points/events promoted.

Thursday (10/10) 1:35 PM - Class games played; Class Spirit Trophy winner announced.

After School Homecoming Specific Activities:

Hallway Decoration by Class - Friday (10/4) - 7:00 - 8:30 AM & 2:30 - 4:00 PM

Hollywood Cardinal Feud - Tuesday (10/8) - 6:00 PM - MLHS Auditorium - Free Admission

Class Volleyball Tournament - Wednesday (10/9) - 6:00 PM - MLHS Large Gym - Free Admission

Bonfire/Games - Wednesday (10/9) - 7:00 PM - MLHS Lower Baseball Field - Free Admission

Movie Night - "Coco" - Thursday (10/10) - 6:00 PM - MLHS Auditorium - $3 Admission

Varsity Football vs. Newport (Royalty King & Queen Announced) - Friday (10/11) - 7:00 PM - MLHS Holliday Field

Homecoming Dance - Saturday (10/12) - 8:00 - 11:00 PM - MLHS Small Gym - $10 w/ASB; $12 w/o ASB; $12 @ the Door

Go Cards!
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Just a reminder….. we are excited to administer the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/MMSQT) to our students on Wednesday, October 16th. The exam will be held in the small gym and will begin promptly at 7:55 a.m. It will end at approximately 11:30-12:00.

Any students in grades 9-12 that wish to test should pay Ms. Patty in the main office, or pay online through Skyward Family Access and the “InTouch” system. The cost of each test is $17.00. If you pay online (or have already), please pick up a practice booklet from Ms. Patty.
Please sign up ASAP, as we only have 75 tests available, and they are going fast!!

This is a great opportunity for students to see what the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) might look like and gain feedback on areas of strengths and weaknesses. In addition, juniors that take the test can qualify for the National Merit Scholarship if their scores are high enough. Only juniors can qualify.

Practice questions can be found at:

As always, if your student would like to take the test, but there is a financial hardship, please email the appropriate counselor for assistance.
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Tuesday, November 5th at the Spokane Convention Center
Buses will leave 8:30 a.m. and return in time for lunch at 12:00 p.m.  There will be colleges from around the country as well as informative break-out sessions on financial aid, transfer degrees, NCAA, and more.
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Dear Parents, Guardians, and Senior Students,

Please remember to mark your calendars for next Wednesday, September 25th
We will meet in the high school auditorium from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (please come for whatever amount of time you can) and discuss topics such as:

1) What to expect during your student’s senior year… can you believe you have a senior already?!
This will include some helpful resources to keep your student on track and moving toward a pathway.

2) College and Career Readiness (CCR) and what will be expected of seniors in order to meet graduation requirements. * Please note, CCR and a Student-Led Conference takes the place of the old “senior project.”

3) Senior Graduation Week Schedule and deadlines.

4) We will have a financial aid expert from SCC join us to explain the financial aid process. This will cover information on the FAFSA, scholarships, loans, grants, work study, etc. The financial aid representative will also be around to answer questions afterward. Anyone thinking of attending post-secondary education in the Fall of 2020 should fill out the FAFSA October 1, 2019.

5) Special guests…. Dollars for Scholars representatives and Senior All-Nighter info. will be shared.

Please join us for refreshments and cookies! We hope to see you there and are excited for the Class of 2020!
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T-2-4 Circuit October 3

We are excited to have the T-2-4 (Technical, 2-Year, 4-Year) Circuit return to Medical Lake High School on Thursday, October 3rd during 5th and 6th period. There will be nearly 50 different representatives in our building, from two-year colleges, four-year colleges, apprenticeships, military branches, scholarship programs and much more. For a detailed list, please see below. Students will have the chance to visit information booths and admissions counselors during 5th or 6th period to find out more about each of these post-high school opportunities. Students will be dismissed by grade level at the following times:

October 3, 2019

5th Period

12:29 pm - 12:55 pm - 9th Grade

1:00 pm - 1:25 pm - 10th Grade

6th Period

1:30 pm - 1:55 pm - 11th Grade

2:00 pm - 2:25 pm - 12th Grade

TRADES and FINANCIAL AID NIGHT at NewTech Skills Center

Not interested in attending a four year college? Come find out more about the Trades and other career opportunities that don't involve a four year college degree at the Trades Night at the New Tech Skills Center on Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. Please see attached flyer for more information (transportation is not provided).
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