Our top story: Today’s attendance was 91%. Way to go MCA! Remember to check the Pulse Board in the main lobby to see our daily attendance.
Speaking of attendance … on February 16, scholars with 100% attendance from today until next Tuesday will be invited to a special FREE screening of the hit movie “Hidden Figures”. If your attendance falls below 100% from February 7 to 14, you can still attend the field trip, but you will need to pay $5 to see the movie.
Listen up College Possible scholars: College Possible will be taking place today after school. Please meet in the Union.
Here’s an important announcement from the MCA Yearbook Squad: The theme of this year’s yearbook has been chosen! It is Rewind the Memories. Look for information soon on how to pre-order your copy of the MCA Yearbook. The Class of 2017 should begin to find their favorite baby picture. Deadline for turning your baby pictures to Mr. Attewell is Friday, February 24.
Breaking News: If you ordered pictures during MCA Picture Day … they are now available for pick-up at the office.
Attention Juniors: The countdown has officially begun and it is just 12 school days until Official ACT Test! It is time for MCA to kick some ACT!
Tomorrow’s lunch is a turkey on a whole grain bun, spinach salad, pears and your choice of milk. Yum! This message is brought to you the MCA student council.
Here’s an important public service message from Mr. Carek … here are three things successful people do every day:
- Number three: Wake Up Early
- Number two: Inspire and Help Others to Reach Success
- Number one: Every Assignment, Every Day. That is right. Keeping on top of your homework and turning it in has a major, positive impact on your grades. MCA … every assignment, every day!
Do you love fun and happiness? If so, you are invited to join MCA’s after school Board Game Club Friday’s after school. Board Game Club … feel the drama and join the adventure!
Finally, here is today’s Black History Fact: Did you know that African American mathematician and physicist Dr. Walter McAfee was the first to calculate the speed of the moon in 1946?