Attention Seniors … Financial Aid Night is scheduled for this Thursday, January 14th from 5 to 7 p.m. here at MCA. All seniors and their parents should plan to be in attendance with the necessary paperwork. Please see Mrs. Mewes for more details.
BREAKING NEWS … Attention Student Council Representatives! If you signed up to create and print the MCA Activities calendar, please stay after school with Ms. Steggall this week to work on it. Coordinate with each other to determine which day you will stay. You have until Next Wednesday to complete this!
Attention MCA Student Body. As you know, Community Service is one of our graduation requirements. Guess what? We have a great community service opportunity open to any interested scholars. On January 30th from 9 am to 12pm — here at MCA — we will be making fleece blankets that will be donated to the Children’s Hospital cancer unit for young children fighting cancer. If you are interested, please sign up with Mrs. Mewes. There is limited space available, sign up TO-DAY if you are interested.
Help cheer the MCA Lions to victory! Tickets for the away basketball game against Madison High School are available in the office for $5. Go Lions!
And now it is time for the MCA ACT Countdown … after today, there only 29 school days left until the juniors take the ACT test. Are you paying attention Class of 2017?
Milwaukee Collegiate Academy will be hosting a Blood Drive this Friday. To learn more and to sign up for the Blood Drive at Lunch with Mr. Myles and Mrs. Mewes this Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. See you then!
The MCA Boys and Girls Club is excited to have the opportunity to attend the production of Holes this Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Scholars who attend will receive free entry and cookie voucher. Don’t miss out on this great production!
MCA is having an all school Fish and Chicken fundraiser on February 6, 2016. All students should have received their 3 tickets to sell. Be sure and sell your tickets if you want your advisory to WIN. 1st place advisory wins a Pizza party and a dress down day.
Finally, on this date in 1952, Gene Gray enrolled as the first black student at the University of Tennessee. To and through people, to and through!