Who: Anyone interested in taking dance as a Fine Art Elective during the 2017-18 school year.
When: January 18, 2017
Where: Dance Studio – room G6
Time: 2:30 until 4:00pm for current MCHS students; 4:30-6:00pm for rising 9th grade students
What do I need to bring? Dance shoes; any type
What do I wear? Leotards and tights; if not available then yoga pants and tank top. Boys wear dark colored sweat pants and a t-shirt. Students can change in the locker-rooms.
What do I do after the audition? Students accepted into the Mill Creek Dance Department will be posted on the Mill Creek Dance Bulletin Board and posted on the MCHS website.
The Georgia Scholar Program is a recognition program that honors high school seniors who have achieved excellence in school and community life. This program is open to students who qualify. Please pay special attention to the criteria listed on the first page of the attached application – ALL criteria must be met and ALL items on the application must be completed to be considered for this honor. (This is a 5-page application, please be sure to complete the entire application.)
If you qualify, you must email your completed, signed application and one (1) letter of reference to Ms. Lester at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 1pm on Friday, January 20. YOU AND YOUR PARENT MUST SIGN AND DATE YOUR APPLICATION!! Late applications will not be accepted.
Important items to note:
Students participating in Credit recovery need to plan to attend an informational meeting on Friday, January 6th in the theater during 3rd period. Students will be issued passes to attend.
*If your student is a senior and has questions please contact their counselor.
*Credit Recovery is NOT NCAA eligible; School Plus IS NCAA eligible
*Credit Recovery and School Plus DO NOT replace previous grade
*Students can only take one Credit Recovery or School Plus course at a time
Georgia Credit Recovery
Students who have failed a core course (Math, Science, Language Arts, or Social Studies) with a final grade between 60-69 are eligible for our Credit Recovery Program. Course fee of $40 MUST be paid through MyPaymentsPlus. Our Credit Recovery Program begins Monday, January 9th. Students will meet in room F101 during their lunch.
The following courses will be offered for BOTH semesters:
For students who have failed a course with below a 60 or have never taken the course. Course fee will be $100 which MUST be paid through MyPaymentsPlus. This course will begin on January 17th and run through February 16th between 2:30pm-4:30pm at Mill Creek. Attendance is mandatory.
The following courses will be offered for BOTH semesters:
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Is credit recovery recognized by the NCAA?
A: Credit Recovery is NOT NCAA eligible; School Plus IS NCAA eligible
Q: How do I see my student's grades?
A : You can check grades on the parent portal or use your student's eClass page.
Q: What if the subject my student failed is not listed?
A: Contact your counselor to consider options and develop a plan.
Q: Where do I go on My Payment Plus to pay for the class?
A: Credit Recovery and School Plus can be found under the "School Fees" category (see graphic below).
These are the PTSA Reflections COUNTY winners. The theme this year was "What is Your Story?" and students were asked to create in the visual art, photography, film, music, dance, and literature categories. All these advance to the state level competition held next semester.
In the Visual Art and Photography categories, there were 16 possible awards at the county level. Mill Creek students won 10 of the 16 awards!!!! Please congratulate these amazing student artists!!!
In the Film Production, Dance Choreography, Music Composition, and Literature categories, Mill Creek students won 6 awards!!
Please congratulate these talented students!!
Cassidy Hetteshimer - 9th grade film production - County Winner
Eneida Aleman - 12th grade film production - County Winner
Maddie Govedich - 12th grade dance choreography - County Winner
Michelle Wan - 11th grade music composition - County Winner
Sarah Kim - 12th grade music composition - County Winner
Kaylen Phillips - 12th grade literature - County Winner
Our creative Hawks are SOARING!!!!
Please join us in congratulating our own assistant principal, Bill Navas, on being selected as the recipient of the Partner in Education Award by the Mill Creek Cluster Principals!
This honor was awarded for his continuous passion, desire, dedication, and work with students and student leadership in the Mill Creek Cluster Schools. His involvement in the various leadership initiatives has created a positive, lasting impact on the cluster schools which is both noticeable and appreciated. His hard work, dedicated supervision, and passionate leadership have provided a tremendous amount of student leadership to each of our cluster schools. He is making a difference in so many students' lives which further demonstrates his beliefs and commitment to education. We thank him for his efforts in making all of our schools passionate about student leadership and making the Mill Creek cluster motto of "Stronger Together" a reality.
Parents are discouraged from bringing items such as lunches, gym bags, projects, and books to school to be delivered to students. Interruption of classes to deliver these items interferes with instruction and we cannot guarantee delivery of items. We do not deliver flowers, gifts, candy, balloons, or fast food/restaurant lunches to students.
If you are unable to attend tomorrow's varsity basketball game, don't despair! We have the answer for you! You can watch a live stream from the link below!
Please copy and paste the web address below into a new browser to view:
MCHS Live Stream: http://www.esenetworks.com/live-events.aspx?id=3826
Did you know that Mill Creek is on Facebook and Twitter?
While we have several organization/team specific accounts in place we also have a universal account on each of these platforms to share news, activities, and accolades for our school and our students. We would like to invite everyone to come and like us on Facebook and/or follow us on Twitter to stay up to date and informed on all things Mill Creek! As you will see both of these are presented from the view point of our school mascot, Harvey the Hawk, with the intent of keeping both light, upbeat, and fun.
Come like us and follow us today!
Facebook: Harvey Reports