90 Years of Bulldog Traditions
The Bulldog Beat
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Upcoming Dates to Remember
Progress Reports - February 13, 2020
Winter Break - February 17, 2020
Teacher In-Service - March 13, 2020
MARY PERSONS MPAC MEETING
Parents, would you like to know more about things that are happening at school? Would you like to get more involved? If so, come to the MPAC meeting.  MPAC is the MPHS parent organization.
All parents are invited to attend!
January 29, 2020
@12:00
at the Main Campus
Lunch will be provided.
If you plan to join us please RSVP to Misty Rhodes 
by emailing her at  misty.rhodes@mcschools.org.
Please RSVP by 1/27/2020.
Update YOUR Contact Information
Do you have a NEW address? Phone number? Email?
Please send your updated contact information to Mrs. Deborah Miller (deborah.miller@mcschools.org).  We want to  ensure the school  can communicate effectively  with you.  Thank you in advance!



Credit Recovery

Credit Recovery begins January 27th! 

$50/half credit & $100/full credit

After-school & Saturday School Opportunities!

The application for can be found 
HERE with detailed information.

Forms can also be found 
in the Guidance Office!

CHAMP Reward Winner

The Big Ticket Lotto winner was Maleisha Jackson!!
To qualify: NO tardies to school NO tardies to class NO behavior referrals NO absences! And must have passing grades in ALL courses!! 
180 Degree Award Winners
Congratulations to our 180 Degree Award Winners:  Kiersten Tharpe, 
William Kaup, and  Tranesha Bloodser !!  These students have turned 
around academics  behavior performance a total 180 degrees!! 
Macroeconomics Students Learn Supply & Demand
Mrs.Lane's AP Macroeconomics class is well underway in learning the basics of supply and demand. In just the first two weeks, students have been in a race to see who can make the most imaginary cheeseburgers and blizzards, they have performed odd jobs to the best of their ability and created a Production Possibilities Curve (PPC) for it, and created imaginary countries that produce imaginary goods and compare them to each other and make choices on specialization. It is going to be a great semester!
2020 Literary Team

Congratulations to the following students for being selected to represent
Mary Persons High School on the 2020 Literary Team.
 
Rhetorical Essay: Baxter Berlin
Personal Essay:   Houston Bearden, and alternate Charderius Davis
Argumentative Essay: Elizabeth Bennett, and alternate Emily Joseph
 
Extemporaneous Speaking:
Domestic: Anthony Kerr
International: Gabriel Hogan
 
 
Girl's Solo: Abby Hodges, and alternate Emmy Tane
 
Boy's Solo: James Smith, and alternate Jordan Shepherd
 
 
Candidates for Girl's Trio:
Lauren Abrams, Abby Hodges, Emily Joseph,
Megan Kelly, Emmy Tane, and Heaven Taylor
 
 
Candidates for Boy's Quartet:
Hunter Harrison, Samuel Kelsay, Aubrey Peterman,
Jordan Shepherd, James Smith, Landon Smith, and Richard Smith
        
Humorous Monologue Interpretation:           
Natalie Pippin
                 
Dramatic Monologue Interpretation:
Chase Hester
 
Duo Performance in a scene:
McKenzie Dunn and Samuel Kelsay

Deadline is February 21, 2020
Sheriff's Department Selling T-Shirts

Sgt. Blandenburg is raising money
for the 4th Annual Summer Camp. 
The profits from the fundraiser 
will be used toward entry fees, 
as well as the cost to run 
the Summer Day Camp for 4 weeks.

For more information, please contact Sgt. Blandenburg 
at 478-957-3795 
or Via (Facebook) SgtKen Blandenburg

The cost of the shirt is $15.
Order NOW

The yearbooks are on sale now for $70.   


The price will continue to increase as the publication date gets closer. so don't delay!!!

Counselors' News
Nurse's Corner
Dangers of Vaping
The Georgia Department of Public Health Releases 
New Information about Vaping
Fine Arts
Art News

C ongratulations to Destiny Thompson!  
Her artwork was accepted into the 2020 Allstate Art Symposium 
at  Columbus State University.  Her drawing was one of the 133 artworks 
accepted out of 2000 entries from across the state.  Destiny will attend  studio 
art workshops and an awards ceremony  at the Symposium at CSU in March.
Clubs
Best Buddies News


Talent Show
February 3rd
6:00 p.m.
MCBOE Auditorium
Admission - $1.00

Millionaires Club News

The Millionaires Club hosted Dee Sidney, CFO SME Investments LLC and Shavaris Stanford, Sr. Branch Manager /Vice President SunTrust Bank at their meeting this past week. Dee and Shavaris taught students the importance of having a PLAN for your money and your life. They talked about the importance of building relationships in order to succeed in life. We also discussed the importance of credit, credit history, and credit scores in life and how to ensure that you put yourself in a good position while you're young to build a solid foundation for the future. Dee and Shavaris kept the meeting  exciting by rewarding gift cards to members! We look forward to having them visit again! 

Next Meeting: Wednesday, January 29th at 3:05 in Ms. Rowland's room
Sports
Basketball News

Please Support Girls Basketball!

Shirts available in sizes: Adult S-3X.
Cost: $15 each
Contact Person: Lamon McElhaney (MPHS) 
Please email your order to lamon.mcelhaney@mcschools.org.
Please include your  name, shirt color, size, and school location.

Please support MPHS Basketball!

Join us for the NEXT Pizza Night @Jonah's!!

Soccer News







1st Practice
Thursday, January 23rd 4:00-5:30 p.m.

PARENT INFO Meeting 
Thursday, January 23rd
@Monroe County Middle SchoolCafeteria
@6:00 p.m.
All Players and Parents MUST ATTEND.

QUESTIONS: 
Contact Coach Stevick using Remind 
(Text @2020mp to 81010 to join)
Or Email
Winter Sports Schedules

Media Center News
Students may use the Sora app or the Overdrive app, 
or they may read through a computer browser. 
Please see Mrs. English or Mrs. Bernard for login credentials and for assistance. 
Link Your Ingles Card to MPHS

Ingles cards must be 
re-linked each year. 
Our school code is 10509.
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