Art Festival Feature! JENNIFER HARRIS- PRINTMAKER Relief printmaking is especially fun and challenging for the thought process involved, ideas take form as one cuts lines of light into a dark surface. It may seem that every move has to be so well planned, but within the cut are a million opportunities for spontaneity. Printmaking calls
“Purple Out” to help MDB Beta Clubs support Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society. When: Friday, April 24th Where: Homemade Store Bought Baked Goods and Soda Wear: As much purple as possible Gazebo at 10 minute break and foyer of cafeteria during elementary and secondary lunches. Cost: All items .50 cents
Join us for Spirit Night at Five Guys! This Thursday we are having a spirit night at Five Guys to raise money for the Monty Boyd Track Fund. All you need to do is tell them you are there for the spirit night when you order and we will get 10%. The specific details are below:
DAVID IHRIG – ACTOR David Ihrig is the author of The Actor’s Machine, and creator of the Ihrig Approach to Excellence in Acting, which is known as the first neurological approach to acting. He also invented the Actor’s Assessment, a diagnostic tool specifically adapted for actors that identifies a student’s preferential processing system. David first
The girls won the District track meet and the boys finished fourth. The following athletes will be moving on to regionals with their top four finish in the district meet. Victoria Aitken – high jump 2nd place, long jump 4th place Molly Elenz – pole vault 2nd place Tabitha Sherman – pole vault 4th place
Region 1 District 4 ALL DISTRICT SOFTBALL TEAM Congratulations to four members of the MDB Softball team for being named to the All-District team this year: Senior, Christina Delahoz Juniors, Emilee Burford and Emily Curley Freshman, Jaycie Michael
The Bulldogs defeated Master’s Academy last night 12-3 to claim their second consecutive district championship. The Bulldogs pounded out eleven hits including home runs by Christina Delahoz, who was 2 for 3 with 4 RBI’s and Jaycie Michael, who was 3 for 4 with 3 RBI’s. Joining in the hit parade was Emily Curley, 2
The BOGO (buy one, get one) Book Fair will be at the Media Center,April 27th – May 1st, 2015. The times of the fair will be Monday–Thursday 7:30AM to 3:30PM and Friday from 7:30AM – 2:00PM. Come stock up on books for summer reading!
70 volunteers from our school traveled to ORL on Friday & oversaw the field games for the inaugural Unity Day… A collaborative event between the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Special Olympics. Former Olympian Jackie Joyner Kersee was there and visited with our students.