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Last  Saturday the Midway Varsity boys track team won first at the district track meet held at Midway.  The girls took second place.  Several competitors advanced to the sectional track meet at Clinton on May 16.

MHS Daily Announcements

Eberle Shatters Conference Record

Adia Eberle destroyed the conference record in high jump on Monday, May 4 during the WEMO Conference track meet.  Eberle cleared an astounding 5'9", breaking the old record by 7 inches.  She goes into the district track meet as the reigning 2014 state champion in high jump.  

Prom King and Queen

Miss Laine Mills and Mr. Clay Dahman were crowned Midway High School Prom king and queen at the 2015 Jr.-Sr.prom, Midnight Masquerade. Both students are seniors at Midway.  Laine is the daughter of Roger and Kathi Mills of Cleveland.  Clay is the son of Doug and Amy Dahman of Harrisonville.

MHS Choir Competes

By: Tiara Irvin

On Friday May 1, the Midway High School choir traveled to Branson, Missouri to compete in the Music in the Park Festival Competition. They left after school and stayed at Music Capital Hotel. Saturday morning they performed at Branson High school. After they performed, they went to Silver Dollar City and spent most of the day there riding roller coasters and shopping. The awards ceremony was held at 6:30 at the Opera House in the park. The Choir placed 3rd out of 4 other schools. They were 2 points away from first, and only 1/8 of a point away from second place. After the awards they left and arrived back at the school at 11:30 that night.  The choir will wrap up the year with their spring concert on Tuesday, May 5 at 7 pm in the elementary gym.  

FBLA State Leadership Conference

By: Mackenze Jones

The Midway FBLA chapter took a trip to Springfield, Missouri, on April 12-14 for the annual FBLA State Leadership Conference. The theme this year was “Step Up to the Challenge.” Members who attended were Tessa Mills, Hunter Oakes, Cameron Stricker, and President Mackenze Jones. Advisor Theresa Bynum also attended. Mills, Oakes, and Stricker had all placed at district competition in February to advance to state competition. There were no state winners from, but the chapter hopes to send even more members to state competition next year and even advance to nationals. 

Photo: (L to R): Hunter Oakes competed in Computer Problem Solving and Networking Concepts, Cameron Stricker competed in Policies and Procedures, Midway president Mackenze Jones was a voting delegate, and Tessa Mills competed in Business Procedures.

Elementary Students of the Month

Back row, from the left - Sydney Miller, Bodee HInkle, Aubrey Cheatum
Front row, from the left - Gabe Bridgers, Wyatt Holder, Addison Lewis, Elizabeth Nonato


Stay up-to-date with the District Calendar!


6th Dare Graduation

6th FFA Banquet 6pm

10th Graduation 2pm

9th District Track (Midway)

13th Last Day of School