What's Happening at
Malakoff ISD
Week of
October 6 - 12, 2019
10-7-2019
MHS Hawaiian Day
MMS Twin Day
MES Hats off to Monday
TES Favorite Sports Team
MMS Volleyball @ Eustace 4:30
MHS FAFSA Assistance 5:00 - 6:30 pm

10-8-2019
MHS Decades Day
MMS PJ Day
MES Super Hero or Villain
TES Super Hero
MES Chess Club 2nd & 3rd Grades Until 4:30
MHS Volleyball @ Rice 4:30


10-9-2019
MHS VSCO Day
MMS Decade Day
MES Neon & Glow Party/Snow Cone Party $3
TES Wacky & Wild
MHS Dodgeball 8:00
MHS 9th & 10th Grade 6 Weeks Awards 9:30 - 10:30
Homecoming Parade 6:00 pm


10-10-2019
MHS Twin Day
MMS Favorite Sports Team
MES Nerd or Athlete
TES Camo Day
MMS 6 Weeks Awards 9:00 am
MHS 11th & 12th Grade 6 Weeks Awards 9:30 am
MHS Powder Puff Volleyball 10:00 am
MHS Powder Puff 1:00 pm
MMS Pep Rally 2:45 pm
MMS Football @ Home 5:00 pm

10-11-2019
MHS Black & Gold Day
MMS Black & Gold Day
MES Black & Gold Day
TES Black & Gold Day
Community Pep Rally 9:00 am
MHS Talent Show 1:00 pm
MHS Volleyball @ Home 4:30
MHS Pre-Game 6:45 pm
MHS Football @ Home 7:30

10-12-2019
MHS Band Contest - Mabank
Alumni Banquet @ MHS 6 pm
MHS Dance @ Community Center 8:00 - 10:30 pm

10-14-2019
No School For Students
Teacher Staff Development

HOMECOMING PARADE
The Parade is October 9, 2019 with lineup starting at 5:30 pm on Jackson Street in front of the Rock School.
The parade is Wednesday, Oct. 9. Line up will begin @ 5:30 with the parade starting @ 6:30 . Line up is on Jackson St. in front of Old Rock School.
Parade starts out south on 198 (Terry St). Crosses SH 31 (Royall Blvd.). We turn left on Mitchum St, pass in front of Mister Sweet Tooth & Tanner Motor Co., take a left in front of Methodist Church (College St.) Head north on College until we turn left back onto Jackson St.
Roads closed from 6:30 until 7:00 include Hwy 198, SH 31, Terry St. Mitchum St, College St. & Jackson St. in all directions.
Traffic will be heavy in the vicinity of the Old Rock School beginning @ 5:30. We will be tossing candies & squeeze footballs from the exes float.
Please contact Jill Davis at 903.477.1502 with questions.
Please note the MMS Girl's Basketball Schedule has changed
Superintendent's Message
A Message from Superintendent Layton
Our MHS Culinary Arts students did an awesome job hosting the Malakoff Education Foundation Meet and Greet. We are looking forward to more great things from these students.

We have a full calendar this week with all the Homecoming events.

The MEF Drive 4 Your School is scheduled for October 19 th at Brinson Ford in Athens. MISD employees who do a test drive will be able to wear jeans for two weeks. We encourage the community to participate. Ford will pay MEF for each test drive done during this event.

MHS Volleyball played a great game Tuesday night, and I am looking forward to the playoffs!

The District Cross Country Meet will be in Malakoff on Monday, October 14 th . Come out and support the runners.

 Mrs. Calhoun will be going to Washington DC to accepting the National Distinguished Principal award.

The Middle School will have Sweetheart night at the MMS Football game on Thursday, October 10 th .

The MMS PBL (Project Based Learning) Class will be learning computer coding. 

Academic UIL has started on all our campuses.

Malakoff Elementary has an awards assembly on October 10th. I heard the students that receive the ARK (Act of Random Kindness) award will get ice cream with the principal!

It's a great day to be a Tiger. Get your claws up!
Malakoff Education Foundation
BRINSON FORD DRIVE 4 UR SCHOOL EVENT OCTOBER 19TH. Campus times coming soon!
Culinary Arts Students Show Off For MEF

Malakoff Education Foundation recently held a Meet and Greet for the community at the new Culinary Arts room at MHS. The students prepared a wonderful variety of snacks and sweets for the guest.
For more pictures CLICK HERE
Tiger Tribute
Check out our Tiger Tributes!
Board Member Jerry Spiva shared this idea with us. What a great way for the employees of MISD to receive the thanks they deserve!
Homecoming Events
Parade, Football, Banquet, & Golf

The Homecoming celebrations will kick off with a parade on Wednesday, October 9th at 6:00 p.m. The parade will assemble at 5:30 p.m. in front of the old operation building/rock school. If you would like to participate in the parade, please call Ms. Jill Souza at 903-477-1502.

Also, anyone that needs to signed up join the Exes and Alumni please let Ms. Davis know - Once A Tiger, Always A Tiger!

The Homecoming football game will be played on October 11th at 7:30 p.m. against Dallas Life Oak Cliff. Homecoming events will start prior to the game at 6:45 p.m.

While at the Homecoming game, please stop by the Ex's tent to visit. There will be merchandise for sale to help support our Alumni Association. Don’t miss the raffle for a new Apple watch. You do not need to be present to win.

October 12 th is the Homecoming banquet and our theme this year is Luau style. Wear your wildest outfits and come visit.
We will also introduce this year's 2019 Hall of Fame inductees. The banquet starts at 7:00 p.m.

The Annual Tigers Ex's Golf tournament will be held once again on Sunday, October 13th at the beautiful Indian Oaks Golf course in Peeltown, Texas. All teams need to be at the course by 9:00 a.m. Please contact Mr. Bill Mullins to sign up. There will be a long drive, closest to the hole contest, and a hole-in-one contest for $10,000. The cost is just 60 dollars per player, which includes half a cart fee, free lunch, free club coupon, and a sleeve of balls. As an added bonus, you get to dodge golf balls hit by MTSN's own, Joey The Hook Snowden and Marcus The Woodsman Dowell, MHS Class of 1990. Come join us!
Malakoff High School
Row The Boat
#Shoutouts

HERE'S A TIGER ROAR TO THOSE WHO HELP MAKE
TIGER NATION THE PLACE TO BE!

To Mrs. Hale for making the difference for students in need! #roar

To Shakeria Thompson, Cheyanne Dollison, Brittney Baker, Kaitlyn Gerich and Ari Graham for making homecoming special for EVERY MHS student!#roar

To Misty Fullwood and Evette Ewald for picking up the paddle to row every time, even on the toughest days!#roar

To the culinary class and Mandy Hancock for pulling off a beautiful and delicious MEF presentation!#roar

To Deborah Grayer for helping kids recover attendance time after school!#roar

To Abby Harris and Brenna Dixon for donating their time to the community for those in need!#roar

To Hagen Keele for stepping up to give a kid the chance of a lifetime!#roar
MHS Homecoming Court
King & Queen Nominees
Back row, left to right, Luke Allison, Aaron Diggs, Kannon Hurd, and Colby Rush. Front row, left to right, Claire Spivey, Martha Cruz, Joey White, and Jaci Spiva.

For more Homecoming pictures CLICK HERE
MHS Top 25% Celebrated
The top 25% of the Malakoff High School graduating class of 2020 attended a celebration in their honor at the University of Texas at Tyler. Each student was granted automatic admission to UT Tyler for next fall. A well earned trip for these students. 
Pride of Malakoff Tiger Band
On Saturday, October 5th, the Pride of Malakoff Tiger Marching Band performed in the 28th Annual Mesquite Marching Festival. The Tiger Band scored a "2" for their performance. Great job, band!
MHS Fishing Team
Chance Hodge and Derek Johnson
Bryce Kifer and Aden Mondragon
To be performed by the Malakoff High School Theatre Troupe at MHS. More information to coming soon.
Tool Elementary
Rise Up, We Rise Up Together
Granny Calhoun Visits TES
TES IS DOING GREAT! We had a great week of filming with Mentoring Minds. All of the staff and students did a wonderful job. We had our first Granny Calhoun Party, and it was called GRANNY Palooza! Everyone had a blast! We’re starting to prepare for our annual GRAB N GO READ NIGHT on Tuesday, Oct 29th! Everyone is working so hard, and we are excited to see how much our students will accomplish in the 2nd six weeks! Thank you to our TES CUSTODIANS!! You do a SUPER JOB taking care of us and we appreciate all you do- Mr. Chuck, Mr. Holt, and Mr. Joey.
For more Granny Calhoun pictures CLICK HERE
Calhoun to Represent Texas in Washington DC
I am going to Washington DC for the 2019 Texas National Distinguished Principal award! It’s only a few days away and I cannot believe it! The final details have been made, and I officially have the invitations to make me say WOW! In all the state of amazing principals and I have this opportunity, this moment. I’ve got the ball gown and cocktail dress and the family is pretty much set.

NAESP asks each principal to bring 85 of something that represents their state (overseas schools included) and I’m excited to show you what I will be taking to represent THE GREAT STATE OF TEXAS! Shhhh- keep it a secret! Local artist  Christi Barrett  painted a bluebonnet picture for each- these will each come with their own easel. So pretty!!So special❤️ Now we have to get them to DC without damage.😊 One of the days in DC we exchange and then I will be coming back with 84 gifts from all over to show the staff and students! I’m so excited to share little details with the staff and students because they’re excited, too! I’m so thankful for them and how they love me. 🐯It’s all about who you get to share your moments with and I’m blessed to have the most elite group.
TES Homecoming Spirit Week Dress
October 7-11

Monday: Favorite Sports Team
Tuesday: Superhero 
Wednesday: Wacky & Wild (Neon, silly dress, crazy hair, funky socks….)
Thursday: Camo
Friday: Tiger Spirit Day   
Malakoff Elementary
Better Together
Busy at MES

Another glorious week for Malakoff Elementary! The calendar is getting filling up everyday. Next week is Homecoming Spirit week. 

Monday-students may wear hats to school
Tuesday-dress up as Super Hero or Villain 
Wednesday-Wear your favorite neon colors and have a Glow Party/Snow Cone Party - $3
Thursday-Nerd or Athlete Day
Friday-Wear your Malakoff colors!
Homecoming Spirit Ribbons will be available all week for $1
 
In addition to all the excitement, each class is having a canned food drive next week. The class with the most canned food at the end of the week will get to watch their teacher throw a pie at Mr. Robinson. 
 
The 1st Six Weeks Awards assembly will be Thursday, October 10th in the MES Gym
9:00am PPCD/Lifeskills-Pre-K, Headstart 
9:30am Kindergarten-1st Grade
10:00am 2nd-3rd Grade
10:30 4th-5th Grade
 
This will be the first awards assembly where we will give A.R.K. (Act of Random Kindness) awards. The winners of this award will get to go to McDonalds and have ice cream with Mr. Robinson that day!
 
What a GREEEAAT WEEK AHEAD!!!!

We are BETTER TOGETHER!!!
Please take note of grade changes
Malakoff Middle
Be The NICE Kid
Happenings at MMS
10/7-10/11

Homecoming Week: October 7-11:

Dress up days
 
Monday- Twin day- dress the same with a friend
Tuesday- PJ Day- wear your favorite in dress code pajamas
Wednesday- Decade day - dress like your favorite decade (40s, 50s, 60s, etc)
Thursday- Sports team- dress like your favorite sports team
Friday- Black, gold, and white day- get ready for the community pep rally and game night by dressing in school colors

Homecoming Parade: Wednesday, October 9th

Sweetheart Night-Thursday, October 10th

Homecoming-Friday, October 11th

First Six Week Awards Assembly-Thursday, October 10th@9:00 am

Sweetheart Night Pep Rally-Thursday, October 19th at 2:45

Reminders:

Report Cards need to be signed and returned

Registration Packets need to be filled out and returned, or it needs to be done online

Students MUST bring a note every time they are absent
7th & 8th Grade Homecoming
Sweetheart Nominees
7th grade Sweetheart nominees are (left to right) Alek Green, Jermya Hart, Dani Tower, and Kylee James.
8th grade Sweetheart nominees are (left to right) Ray'Ann Bambico, Katelyn McCoy, Kendall Ray, and Camryn Gaddis.
Brandon Gonzales 2nd Place at State Fair
In May 2019, as everyone was gearing up for summer break, Brandon Gonzalez decided he wanted to show a market barrow in this year’s State Fair of Texas. He knew this was going to take a lot of hard work & dedication, but he was determined to make it to the show ring. Over the last 6 months, he managed to juggle FFA, baseball, football & most importantly academics.
On Tuesday, October 1, 2019, Brandon shared the show ring with some of the toughest competition from across the state. He represented MMS very well & placed 2 nd with his 271 pound Duroc!!
Congratulations, Brandon!
MMS Homecoming Spirit Week Dress
October 7-11

10-7-19 Twin day- dress the same with a friend
10-8-19 PJ wear your favorite in dress code pajamas
10-9-19 Decade day - dress like your favorite decade (40s, 50s, 60s, etc)
10-10-19 Sports team- dress like your favorite sports team
10-11-19 Friday- Black, gold, and white day- get ready for the community pep rally and game night by dressing in school colors
Mrs. Jarrett's 8th Grade Scientist
Orr Campus
Helping Students MAP Their Future
Orr Campus Has a Mission
Mrs. Copeland and her staff want to insure each student knows they are SOMEBODY.
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