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School Announcements
April 23 is ACT Testing & Late Start
Juniors
You will take the ACT on Wednesday, April 23. Testing starts promptly at 8:00AM
No Cell Phones or electronic devices are allowed in the testing room – you need to put them in your car, locker or give them to the main office during testing
Bring with you
·         Photo ID – may be your Driver’s License or Student ID
·         Soft lead No. 2 pencil (no mechanical pencils)
·         A Permitted calculator (check actstudent.org for approved calculators) School Calculators will be available
If you ride the bus, you will be picked up at your regular time
 
9th, 10th & 12th graders
School starts at 12:00PM on Wednesday April 23. If you arrive before 11:45AM, you need to wait in the cafeteria
You must enter that day through the Main Doors (East side). The West Doors will be locked and you will not be permitted to enter.
If you ride the bus, your pick-up time will be four hours later than your regular time. For Example: If your pick up time is usually 7:05AM then your pick up time on April 23 will be 11:05AM. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Cinotto in the Main Office.
 
Schedule for Wednesday, April 23
Testing      8:00 - 11:45
A3           12:00 – 1:35
A1             1:41 – 2:08
A2             2:14 – 2:41
A4             2:47 – 3:15
 
Lunch
1              12:00 – 12:32
2              12:18 – 12:50
3              12:33 –   1:05
4              12:47 –   1:19
5               1:03  –   1:35
 
Student Council Applications
Current 9-11 graders running for Student Council, click on application here.   Applications will be available through Sunday, May 4 at midnight.
Student Council Teacher Recommendations
If you are a teacher and are submitting a teacher recommendation form, click here.  Evaluations will be available through Friday, May 2 at midnight.
 
National Library Week


It's National Library Week
       April 13-19


There are:
 304 Nebraska Libraries
 885 Nebraska School Libraries


Millard South Monthly:
1005 Checkouts
 6500 Visiting Patrons


      Celebrate Libraries
Calculus Bee, Calculus Musical
On Friday, April 11, 22 students from Millard South attended a Calculus Bee and “Calculus the Musical” at UNO. Two Millard South students competed individually in the Calculus Bee against students from 10 other local high schools. Congratulations are in order for both students since Zach Warneke won and Edward Yuan took second in the competition. Way to go Patriots!  

Golf Tournament
Shooting a 76, Logan Kohler finished 1st out of 90 players in the Gross JV Invitational Golf Tournament.
The team finished  6th out of 19 teams.
Exchange Students
Millard South-Helene Lange Gymnasium Exchange Program. 
(Our partnership with this school in Dortmund, Germany, began in 1990.)
Girls Track and Field MS Invite
A great day for a track meet on Saturday.  Our girls finished third overall with many personal bests and one meet record. 

The 4x800 of Katie Spencer, Madison Asche, Tatum Stenger, and Taylor Somers ran the State best time this year of 9:39.39, also besting the meet record set in 2000 of 9:50.5.  This time was also the second fastest time in school history.  Eleni Knapp threw a personal best in the shot put and discus winning both events.  Her teammate Emily Hohenstein came in second in the shot put.  Our 4x100 of Rachel Broyles, Mallory Burton, PJ Petersen, and Camille Fowler won with a season best time of 51.23.  Katie Spencer won the 1600 with ease in a time of 5:16.02. 

Other placers were Mackenzie Burk in high jump (5th place), PJ Petersen in pole vault (5th place), Lauren Doeschot in discus (5th place), Kat Pflug in shot put (6th place) Emily Bedford in the 3200 (5th place), Taylor Somers in the 800 (2nd place), and our 4x400 (5th place and season best time of 4:11.57). 
 
Boys Track and Field MS Invite
The boys track team had many successes this past weekend.  We achieved many individual goals with 15 new personal records for our athletes.  Also, we had a group qualify for the 2014 Kansas Relays. 
 
This group includes:
 
Individual Events
Wiley Nichols-Discus
Reno Law-1600m Run
Nate Wendt-1600m Run
 
Relays
4x1600m-Waylon Matson, Dan Shriver, Reno Law & Nate Wendt
4x800m-Waylon Matson, Terance Johnson, Reno Law & Nate Wendt
4x400m-Cody Knapp, Conner Menard, Terance Johnson, Reno Law
Exchange Student
"Welcome to our partner school from
Dortmund Germany.
Helene Lange Gymnasium school.
Enjoy your visit!..."
Math and Science Club
 
Math and Science Club participated at Creighton University's and UNO's Chemistry Field Day at Creighton University this past Saturday.   The advanced team finished in third place.  Advanced team members were Zach Warneke, Josh Brisco, Allias Thomson, Zohal Alizai, and Sophie Wang.  The regular team also represented Millard South very well.  Regular team members were Kevin Spohn, Matt Clarke and Clark Ward. 
Athletic Booster Club and Alumni Association
                   Golf Tournament

When:     Saturday, June 21, 2014
Where:      Tiburon Golf Club
                 168th and Cornhusker
Format:      4 person scramble
                 18 holes of golf with cart and dinner
 
Schedule:  11:00 AM Registration
                 12:00 PM Shot-gun Start
                   5:30 Dinner Buffet and Prizes

Prizes:      Flights, Holes and Raffles

Click here for more Information
School Hours
Students: Office Hours:
Monday 8:45-3:15 Monday-Friday 7:30-4:00
Tuesday-Friday 8:00-3:15


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