Monday, January 27, 2014
Students are eagerly awaiting the upcoming Holly Ball that is going to be held this Friday night, January 31st, at the NJ Motorsports Park from 6:30-10:30 pm. Students are looking forward to this opportunity to have a memorable night with their friends. Some of the nights activities are to include: dancing to some great music with DJ Tommy, visiting the photo booth, choosing props for some extra fun, and enjoying the fabulous buffet chosen especially for this event. The buffet is going to include: a garden salad, ham and pineapple skewers, mozzarella sticks with marinara sauce, chicken parmigiana, macaroni and cheese, cookies and brownies for dessert, and unlimited soft drinks, iced tea, and lemonade. There will also be a photographer at the dance to capture your special memories. Please also check out the picture packages available before Friday. If you have any questions see your student council representatives and/or advisors.
Monday, January 6, 2014
Millville High School is hosting our annual Scheduling Fair on the evening of Wednesday, January 15th at 6:45 pm. It will be located at Millville Senior High School on Wade Boulevard and is open to any parent/guardian and student who will be in high school during the 2014-2015 school year. The Scheduling Fair will be an opportunity for parents and students to find out more about the classes offered at Millville High School and talk with teachers from both Memorial and MSHS. Teachers will have tables set up with information about classes and parents will be able to walk around and talk to them about specific subjects. Attendees will also be able to talk with Guidance Counselors and Administrators. All students and their families are invited to arrive at the Millville Senior High School on Wade Boulevard at 6:45 pm.
Thursday, January 2, 2014
A new year presents a great opportunity to set new and exciting goals. However, setting goals or developing a New Year’s resolution, can take some planning. If possible, take some time to brainstorm about what area(s) of your life you may want to improve. For example, if you are a student, take a look at your progress report. Is your homework average where you want it to be? If not, set small achievable goals that you can attain every day. At the end of each week, assess your progress. Positive results can be a great motivation for eventually boosting your GPA.
New Year’s resolutions come in all shapes and sizes. Some people have a laundry list of what they would like to achieve, while others may have just one goal. Either way, it’s easy to get a little overwhelmed. Here are some tips, offered by the American Psychological Association, about how to “make your new year’s resolution stick”.
1. Start small. Make resolutions that you think you can keep.
2. Change one behavior at a time. Don’t get overwhelmed and think you have to reassess everything in your like. Instead, work toward changing one thing at a time.
3. Talk about it. Share your experiences with someone you trust.
4. Don’t beat yourself up. Everyone has ups and downs; resolve to recover from your mistakes and get back on track.
5. Ask for support. Accepting help those who care about your will strengthen your course.
Although these tips are good ones, they are not meant to serve as professional advice. If you have questions about setting goals, ask for help from someone you trust. If you are a student, your guidance counselor has an abundance of resources that can help you get started.
Journalism I is now offered at Memorial High School. This new course is designed to combine journalistic theory and practice. According to Mrs. Errickson, it also provides an introduction and overview of the newspaper format. In addition to writing news articles, students examine news sources, discuss weekly current events, explore important events in journalism history, and research careers in journalism and the newspaper business. Last month, the students in Mrs. Errickson’s class published the first issue of The Memorial Voice, MHS’s new school newspaper. Congratulations on a job well done!
To access The Memorial Voice, please visit MHS’s homepage at: http://mps.millvillenj.gov/Domain/15