Tuesday, May 26th
8:05-9:25, Period 5 Exam
9:40-11:00, Period 6 Exam
11:15-12:35, Period 7 Exam
Wednesday, May 27th
8:05-9:25, Period 1 Exam
9:40-11:00, Period 2 Exam
11:15-12:35, Period 3 Exam
Thursday, May 28th
8:05-9:25, Period 4 Exam
Lunches will not be served on May 26, 27, or 28.
Buses will leave at 12:45 on May 26 & 27. The buses will leave at 9:35 on May 28.
Students are not required to attend study halls. Students who wish to study at school should report to the cafeteria or media center.
Final exams will be given in all classess and only according to the exam schedule. Semester exams will count 15% of the semester final grade.
Donuts, juice, pizza, and milk will be sold in the cafeteria during the two breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thank you Mendota High School Vision leaders and students for the amazing school year. The Mendota Vision--The Pulley Effect focused all of us on making positive decisions instead of bullying and pulling others down. Together, we created a culture of hard work, kindness, caring, and respect. The outdoor school assembly on Friday, May 1st was enjoyed by the entire school! Keep up the great work and continue our positive goals!
Thank you students, staff, Eddie Slowikowski, and MHS Board of Education for allowing us this opportunity to make a difference.
Summer School will be June 3 - June 30th, three hours per day for math, English, and science credit retrieval. Driver's Education class times and behind the wheel times TBD. Dates for Driver's Education will be June 3rd to June 23rd. Classes will run in the morning for 2 hours a day for 15 days. A Driver's Education student and parent meeting will be held in May. Final placement into all summer school classes cannot be determined until after May 28th when final exams are completed and final grades submitted. IVCC (and MHS) dual credit Speech classes dates and times will be set at a future date by IVCC.
On Thursday September 25th Mendota High School fall sports team representatives teamed up with the elementary students at Blackstone School and Lincoln School. They gathered to have a pep assembly to kick off the spirit of the Homecoming Parade and Homecoming Game scheduled for the weekend. The elementary students practiced the school song during the week and performed it with the Cheerleaders and High School students. It was a wonderful “spirit” builder for the community and everyone had a GREAT time. GO TROJANS!
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