Design Day at Shady lane

Falls Pride Friday5

1. MFHS was recognized with a Level 1 Pacesetter Award from Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council (WAPAC) for AP performance and participation. This is the second year in a row that MFHS earned the AP Pacesetter award for its commitment to increasing access to AP for students while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning AP exam scores of three or higher.

2. With summer vacation within reach, students at Riverside Elementary and Valley View Elementary participated in a Bike Rally to brush up on bike safety. Check out the pictures on both Riverside and Valley View Facebook Pages.

3. MFHS Healthcare Academy held its Senior Showcase this morning in the MFHS library, which included a gallery walk sharing capstone research and a recognition program. Congratulations Class of 2019 Healthcare Academy seniors!

Natalie Arndt, Logan Hipps, Brinda Patel, Lexie Badke, Sierra Hoefs, Arianna Prange, Tierra Burnette, Kaylyn Keen Rohitha Punathil, Charlie DeCloux Hannah Klug Hailey Reeves, Isabella Dory Daniel Knudson Monica Repinski. Maggie Drexel, Rachel Koch Hannah Richards, Kaylee Ebner, Madeline Labott, Morgan Roehrig, Alexie Ekstrom, Kali Lepisto, Brianna Rosenow, Gabby Endres, Hannah Lucht, Miriam Schwabe, Libby Gnatzig, Alexandra Maki, Maika Thao, Ashley Guenveur Graci Melms, Heitkemper, Dung Tran, Anna Guida, Casey Mir, Bailey Walczak, Tia Hebbring, Regan Mitchell, Emma Weber, Brenna Heiser, Jake Mosehart, Rachel Weiss, Madison Helton, Elise Mourand, Amma Otchere, and Brynn Wozniak

4. The Menomonee Falls Scholarship & Educational Foundation awarded more than $500,000 in community scholarships to 130 MFHS graduating seniors during Scholarship Night on May 22, 2019. Four students were also recognized with military honors and one student received a Naval Academy appointment. Several students received full-ride scholarships from colleges and universities totaling over $3 million. The Menomonee Falls Scholarship & Educational Foundation itself awarded $77,000 in scholarships to MFHS graduates this year.

5. North Middle School students in Mr. Tamas' media class presented the business commercials they created for Wittlins, Robin’s Nest, Falls Patio Players, Walsh Jewelers, and Connor Remodeling. See their creative work on the link below.