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School Announcements
UNL Math Day Results

23 Millard South students competed at UNL Math Day on Thursday, November 20th.  Over 1,500 students from 105 high schools competed.  The event consisted of an individual and math bowl competition.    Congratulations to Zach W who tied for 1st place in the Probe I individual competition and finished in 4th place after Probe 2 which earned him a $4,000 scholarship to UNL.  Eddy Y finished in 20th place on the Probe 1 individual competition and also qualified for Probe 2. The math bowl team of Zach W, Eddy Y, Jasmine P, and Katie S finished in 4th place out of 14 Class I teams with 4 wins and 2 losses.  All should be congratulated for their efforts in a very competitive day and for proudly representing Millard South.
 
MS Softball Supports Team Jack !

Monday night at the Millard South Softball end-of-season banquet, the team was able to make a $797 donation to the Team Jack Foundation. This donation was a direct result of our "Swing for the Cure" Tournament. Former MS Patriot and University of Nebraska pitcher and current Minnesota Twin, Brian Duensing, was there to receive the donation on behalf of the Team Jack Foundation and the Jack Hoffman family. Thanks to everyone who supports the fight!  This is the Patriot way:  Love, Serve, Care!
 
Millard South DECA Reads!

Millard South DECA read to 11 elementary school the week of November 3! 
 Millard South DECA is also collecting gently used and new books for the Salvation Army!
Graduate Portraits
Graduating this school year? Check THIS LIST to make sure you're pictured as you'd like in the portrait section of the yearbook.
HOSA collected books and games during HOSA week to be donated to the Open Door Mission. They received 276 items!!




Volleyball Goes to State Playoffs

Varsity volleyball team members look at the Omaha World-Herald story about the state tournament.

The girls varsity volleyball team serves up free coffee this morning before heading to play in the first round of the state volleyball tournament. They are taking on the #1 team in the state Papillion-Lavista today.
French Scholarship Winner
The Alliance Française d’Omaha was founded almost 100 years ago ...to foster interest in the French language and the culture of France and any French speaking country through cultural and educational events and activities. (Afo.org)   In the interest of fostering French language and culture among young people, the organization has initiated a scholarship program for high school age students.  Students from 12 schools competed for 5 scholarships worth $500 each.  Students were chosen on the basis of applications, references and an anonymously rated essay that described each student's ideas for sharing French culture.  
 
Spencer Reynolds-East was chosen one of 5 winners of a $500 scholarship to be used to further his French.  Spencer and his teacher, Mrs. Terri Wright, will attend a luncheon awards ceremony at Le Voltaire Omaha in January to receive his award.   Félicitations, Spencer!  
Respect Retreat

All freshmen attended a Respect Retreat November 6th & 7th.  Students spent the day learning about respecting themselves, respecting others, and standing up (not being a bystander)



Youth Frontiers makes sure the students know that the retreat is just one day in time.



The challenge is to use what they learned going forward.  We now have had 75% of our MSHS population attend a retreat. 

 
School Hours
Students:     Office Hours:  
Monday 8:45-3:15   Monday-Friday 7:30-4:00
Tuesday-Friday 8:00-3:15      
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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