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School Announcements
Junior Class Board
Interested in planning prom?
Attend an informational meeting about JCB and campaigning
Wed, Sept 3áoráThurs Sept 4 at 7:40 a.m.áorá3:20 p.m.áin room 117
See Ms Robinson or Mrs. Hon if you have questions
Lou Gehrig Disease; ALS Challenge

AP American Government Teacher, Mr. Kintzle, accepted the ALS challenge from his AP GovernmentáClass. The class extended a challenge...to Dr. Case and Spanish Teacher Mr. Grant among others..........
Project Pink'd Gala
On Thursday 8/21, the varsity softball team volunteered at the Project Pink'd Gala Event and Fundraiser.á This is the third year in a row that the team has helped Project Pink'd, a local breast cancer support group, with the tables, silent auctions, and sales.á Love, serve, and care.á That's the Patriot Way!
Patriot Softball
On Saturday 8/16, the Patriot softball team hosted their 3rd annual "Feed the Dogs" scrimmage.á Over 500 pounds of dog food was donated to the Nebraska Humane Society.
Millard South Gymnastics Reunion
The Millard South Gymnastics Reunion that took place this weekend. áThe group came together at Coach Mike Hoskovic's house to celebrate what was a great program at Millard South, 25 years after the girls team won a state championship and the boys team was runner up. áThe picture represents gymnasts from the class of 1975 through the class of 1997. á
School Hours
Students: á á Office Hours: á
Monday 8:45-3:15 á Monday-Friday 7:30-4:00
Tuesday-Friday 8:00-3:15 á á á
Millard South High School Mission Statement
In the rich tradition of excellence and community at Millard South High School,
we guarantee each student develops and demonstrates personal, social,
and academic excellence through world-class opportunities and expectations.

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