90 Years of Bulldog Traditions
The Bulldog Beat
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
 All Schools Closed Until April 3rd
Alternative Learning Days
Continue through April 3rd
Spring Break
April 6-10, 2020
 Coronavirus Updates and Alerts
Check Out the Latest Episode of MPTV!!
MPTV hasn't let being 
out of school stop show day! 
Click the image below  to view 
this week's episode  on YouTube.

Follow us on Twitter:  @mpstreamteam
Senior Year-Quarantined
by Abbie Davis

This year, senior year was nothing like it was supposed to be. It was supposed to be the most exciting time of our lives. We worked hard for twelve years to get here and have looked forward to it since we were freshmen. It was OUR turn, and boy were we ready.  Now, instead of sneaking to use social media in class, we are practicing social distancing away from class.   Read more.  

*Periodically a student from the Empescope class will write a feature article for The Bulldog Beat.
CHAMP Shoutouts of the Week
Lily Ann Welsh,  Dawson Niblett, & Kylie Seitz
"These are the students that I selected from each of my classes this past week to recognize as CHAMPS.  They stayed on top of their assignments and submitted quality work."  ~ Mrs. McIntosh

"Most of my students were CHAMPS last week, but the ones who really stand out are  Abby Pollock Madalynne Scott Michael Necastro , &  Cadynce Chason . They got everything done on time and did a great job with everything!" 
~ Mrs. Little

"A big shout out to our tech guy, David Riggins and MPHS Administration for preparing and making Chromebooks available for eligible students!  ~Mrs. Wells

"A shoutout to  Lauren Defore for helping me clear up Economics issues on Zoom, and to a ll of our students working in retail & fast food for keeping us in supplies!"  ~ Mrs. Lane

"Hunter Bell, Tyaisa Slaton, Harlie Holmes, Seth Greenway, Ava Phillips, & Alexa King are my CHAMPs for last week for getting their work done in a timely manner & asking questions when they needed to." ~Mrs. Hogan

"I have some model students doing immaculate work, but I want to send a shoutout to ALL of my Environmental Science students . You are working diligently  & your questions & comments are well received. I especially like the communication. Proud of you! Thank you for making my days!"  ~Mrs Richardson-Buckner
March Mammal Madness Still Going Strong
Students in Mrs. McIntosh and Mrs. Griffin's Biology and AP Biology classes are still staying up to date on March Mammal Madness 
outside of the classroom. March Mammal Madness is designed 
by a professor at the University of Arizona and uses scientific 
research to teach students about animals all over the world and predict battle outcomes from simulated battle scenarios like 
"Who would win in a fight, a Camel or a Face Mite?". 
Students are keeping up with their brackets digitally and "watching" 
as each battle unfolds on the official #MMM2020 twitter

Students may use the Sora app or the Overdrive app,  or they may read through a computer browser.  Please email Mrs. English ( lauri.english@mcschools.org
or Mrs. Bernard (amanda.bernard@mcschools.org for login credentials and assistance.  tinyurl.com/MonroeBooks
P.S. Sora & OverDrive are the same.
May 22, 2020 @ 8:00 PM
Dan Pitts Stadium at Mitchell Field
(tickets not required)
Click Here for More Information
Registration for the Boot Camp begins Monday.
Nurse's Corner
Dangers of Vaping
The Georgia Department of Public Health Releases 
New Information about Vaping
Best Buddies News

Interested in Being a 2020-2021 Officer? 
If you are interested in becoming an officer for the next school year, please complete the Google Form that was sent to your student email account. For more information see Mrs. Holloway after school in Room 110.  You may also click here to access the Google Form
Cheerleading Tryouts
Have been postponed!! New Dates TBA!

These will be taught at tryouts as well,
but you are welcome to start learning 
them on your own!
Volleyball News

Volleyball 2020 Tryout Schedule
May 1st, 3:30-5:30
(current 9th, 10th & 11 graders)
May 4th, 3:30-5:30
(Current 7th & 8th graders)
May 5th, 3:30-5:30
(everyone) Cuts made at the end of this day.
Spring Sports Schedules

All GHSA Sports 
have been suspended due to the COVID-19.
Link Your Ingles Card to MPHS

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