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High School Choir Award


Ashlee Box was this year's recipient of the National Choral Award for Midway High School Vocal Music.  This award is given to the outstanding Senior member of the choir for not only their talent, but dedication. and leadership.  Ashlee has been a member of the Midway Choir four years and has shown great care, dedication and commitment to vocal music here at Midway.  We wish her the best of luck in all her future endeavors and thank her for sharing her time and talents with us all here at Midway.


NHS Induction


On Monday May 9th the National Honor Society members held a induction for new members. Prior to inductions the new members had to go through grade checks, interviews, applications, teacher evaluations, and essay writing.  The students who were inducted were Kasey Herrington,Kayla Schofield, Maddie Yahnig, Shelby Mincks, Anastasia Ray, Katie Dempsey, Trinity Wyzard, Darla Brown, Chris Drechsel, Jacob Puckett, Josh Yahnig, McCoy Eberle, and Blake Ruble.

2017 Prom Royalty


Seniors Maggie Riggs and Tristan Driggs were crowned 2017 Prom Queen and King at the Midway Prom, "Rustic Romance," held at The Lumber Co. in Peculiar last Saturday.


Two Seniors Receive Award of Excellence


Zach Schofield and Maggie Riggs were awarded the MSHSAA Award of Excellence on Wednesday for "exemplary display of sportsmanship, ethics, & integrity." Zach has been involved in football and basketball all four years of high school.  Maggie has been involved in volleyball and track all four years of high school.


 24/7 Viking Award


Peyton Richardson was the lone senior to earn the "24/7
Viking" Award.  This award is given to seniors who have participated in three Midway sports every year of high school. Peyton was given his award by Midway Activities Director, Jim Riggs, at the Basketball Banquet earlier in the spring.

Midway Elementary's Ultimate Upstanders

The Midway Elementary Ambassadors are trying to create a new culture in the school this year. Along with the help of elementary counselor, Mr. Ryan Keller, the ambassadors created a video about becoming Ultimate Upstanders. Being an Ultimate Upstander means standing up for what each student thinks is right. Every student in the school got to participate in the video, giving them each ownership in creating the culture of Upstanders. Mr. Keller stated, “The most successful schools that decrease bullying, suicide, and negative social elements are those that create a culture of kindness, understanding, cooperation, and problem solving.” In the beginning, those students who are recognized as Ultimate Upstanders will receive physical prizes, but the hope is that this attitude becomes the norm. The next step for the students is learning how to be peer mediators, problem solve in different scenarios, and learn about empathy. Click the link below to watch the video.


Ulitmate Upstander Video

VIKING EVENTS

Stay up-to-date with the District Calendar!

May

2nd FBLA Officer Installation

2nd PTO Meeting 6:30pm

2nd WEMO T&F Meet (Adrian) 4pm

3rd Spring Band Concert 7pm

4th FFA Banquet 6:30pm

4th HS Musical "High School Musical" 7pm

5th NO SCHOOL

5th HS Musical "High School Musical" 6pm

6th District T&F (Midway) 10am

9th NHS Induction Ceremony 7pm

11th&15th Senior Finals

12th NO SCHOOL

13th Sectional T&F Meet 10am

17th Baccalaureate 7pm

19th NO SCHOOL

20th-21st FFA State Convention in Columbia

21ST MHS Graduation 2pm

25th LAST DAY OF SCHOOL