Hey Mohawks! I hope evryone’s weekend is off to a great start after our win against Dixie yesterday! I wanted to share a video Amy Hudek made using videos from last night’s game. For those of us that are seniors this video is filled with mixed emotions. With last night being senior night it makes us think about how everything we know and are familiar with is ending, but it also lets us remember the fun and memorable moments we have had the past four years. Football games have been one of my favorite parts of high school, not just because it is fun to watch, but because you get to cheer with your best friends, community, and support your school. So, if you are underclassmen make sure you don’t miss out on going to games or being involved, because trust me you’ll miss them. Hope you guys enjoy the video all credit goes to Amy!:)Uploaded Oct 14, 2017 by Ana Sulentic
Hey Mohawks! I hope everyone is rested after such a crazy week and weekend! I had a blast this past week and I wanted to share some of my highlights with you! Aside from just being on court I am very thankful to be this year’s Homecoming Queen along with King Levi Wilson! Thanks to everyone who voted for me and congratulated me! Enjoy the video:)Uploaded Oct 03, 2017 by Ana Sulentic
Based after the Disney movie, "High School Musical"- created by the Senior Experience Interns.
MLSD does not own the rights to the songs in this video.
Let's go Mohawks! Beat Shawnee!Uploaded Sep 15, 2017
Hey again, Mohawks! It's the season everyone loves! FOOTBALL SEASON! Being in band, I also like to call it marching band season... but that's because competition season is my favorite season! Anyways, this week has been a roller coaster ride for the band and I as we prepare for half-time tomorrow. I am super pumped for the Madison vs. Monroe game and I totally think you all should check out the new Facebook profile picture frames for the game tomorrow! #beatmonroe
P.S. Stay safe tomorrow, as there are several weather warnings and wear appropriate rain gear! See you all next week! #goodtobeamohawk
Well... I guess I have procrastinated this blog post long enough. My senior year was truly amazing. I am so thankful I had the opportunity to be an intern and share my experience with you all. I cannot thank you all enough for the support you have given me throughout this past school year. I am also beyond thankful that I gained six very close friends during the year. Although our time as interns has come to an end, the memories we share with one another will never fade. I love you guys!
To Mama Huff... Thank you for giving me this opportunity. Because of you, I have learned/experienced so much that I would have never gotten to experience if it wasn't for you.
To the incoming interns... I am so excited to see what you guys accomplish! Have fun, make memories, and you should probably blog more than we did... I promise, senior year will fly by. Make the most of it!
Well, I guess it's finally time to write my farewell blog. I figured that I've done enough writing this year, so I decided to do a video of my favorite memories that I've had my senior year. Everyone in this video has truly made my senior year so magical. I just want to give a huge thank you to Mama Huff for giving me the opportunity to be an intern and just learn so much. I've made new friendships and strengthened many past friendships. Thanks to you Mama Huff, I was able to travel to the nations capital, attend many wonderful breakfast meetings, and just have an incredible senior year. I wouldn't want to change a single thing, and it's all thanks to A.J. Also, thanks to all of you that read my blogs throughout this past year! Without you guys, there would be no reason for us to blog! I love Madison so much and no matter how far I go, I know that I'll have a forever home here. Thank you for letting me share my Senior Experience with you all.Uploaded May 31, 2017 by Hannah Snelling
April 28, 29 at 7:30pm and April 30 at 2:30pm
This spring, step back into the ‘80’s with the cast of “The Wedding Singer.” A time when big hair, parachute pants and pop music ruled Saturday nights.
Based on the 1998 hit romantic comedy starring Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler, “The Wedding Singer” will make you feel alive as you sway to the music and laugh until you cry! This high-energy cast of more than forty students steps into a time, before their time, to tackle huge dance numbers, racy humor, and the age-old adage that love conquers all.
Students and seniors $8
Prices increase $2 at the door. Tickets can be ordered from cast members or from www.MadisonArts.org.
The Wedding Singer is rated PG-13 ~ Mature content.
As part of the selection process for the Senior Experience, candidates must create a video and demonstrate the theme of #goodtobeamohawk or #mohawkstrong.Uploaded Apr 13, 2017 to School-Community Relations