Category: News

CLOGs recruit, publicize for members

Students, from freshmen to seniors, gathered for the Clubs and Organizations (CLOG) Rush on the green at lunchtime from Sept. 4 to Sept. 6. CLOG Rush is a three day event where CLOG officers try...

Windows XP Discontinued

As of April 8, Microsoft will no longer service or update the popular operating system Windows XP, the company announced online. When the security updates begin to stagnate, computers running on Windows XP will become...

Sober Graduation A Serious Matter

Sober Graduation is an annual on-campus event that encourages senior students to remain sober at all graduation ceremonies and celebration parties. Usually held late in April or early in May, Sober Graduation typically consists of...

Common Core Field Tests Administered

The Computer Based Smarter Balance Field Tests were administered to the juniors at MHS from April 17 to April 30, according to Honors English Teacher Matthew Hanley. The Field Tests utilized the new Common Core...

Underrepresented Minorities in AP Classes

MHS has partnered with the Equal Opportunities School (EOS) program, funded by Google, to increase the number of underrepresented students in Advanced Placement (AP) classes, according to Principal Kenneth Schlaff. In exchange for increasing the...

Superintendent Matsuoka Leads Listening Period

Superintendent Cary Matsuoka visited MHS to listen to the opinions of a select group of students in the school library during SSR and fifth period on Tuesday, March 4, according to Junior Germain Louie. Its...

Dance Room Flooded

Storm water flooded K-01 overnight on Feb. 28, Custodian Michael Fullbright said. The main cause of the flood is a clogged storm drain line, according to Fullbright. Two inches of rainwater resulted in a small...

Science Club Hosts Chemistry Olympiad

Science Club hosted the Chemistry Olympiad (CO) to promote scientific thinking and education to MHS students, according to Science Club Vice President Forrest Tran. It was held in Science Club Advisor Karen Truesdell’s classroom, L-44...

Speech and Debate Wins Bids to ToC

In Dec., the public forum team of Seniors Jonathon Ngo and Pranay Patni earned a bid at the 43rd annual Winter Classic at La Costa Canyan High School, and in early Jan. Senior Rakshit Garg,...