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Movie Club

MOVIE CLUB TODAY! Get into the festive season with Elf, starring Will Ferrell, only at the new Mentor Movie Club! Take your mind off exam week with this holiday classic in room F107 after school today(Tuesday). We hope to see you there!

Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to Logan Katoch and Liv Hudock who took 6th place in Duo Interpretation, and Amanda Blatz and Patricia Hadzinski who took 6th place in Public Forum Debate, AND Congratulations to Elizabeth Katavich who took 1st place in Big Question Debate at the Kenston Speech and Debate Tournament on Saturday.

Math League

Mentors Math League meets after school EVERY TUESDAY from 2:30 - 3:15. If your fall sports season is done and you are looking for a fun, challenging, academic extracurricular activity, come try it out TODAY in room C203. Everyone is welcome, no tryout. Just show up and do math! Youll see.

Student Government

MHS Student government is sponsoring an ugly sweater contest for the students on Tuesday 12/18. There will be two prizes awarded: 1) The most spirited 3-4 class will win a donut breakfast 2) Top student with the ugliest sweater of all will win a gift card. There are two ways to share your results the preferred way is to share the hashtag #uglysweatermhs on Twitter (this lets the world know we can have some fun) but if you don't Twitter you can just send me an email with a picture so we can vote on it. Thanks and encourage your 3-4 class.

Improv Club

This Friday after school until 4:30 in A-Lecture, the Improv club will be having a special Holiday themed Improv. This Holiday Improv will include snacks, festive decorations, skits, and even a special Holiday guest. Any student attending may leave at whatever time they feel.

Ski/Board Club

Its not too late to sign up for Mentor High Schools Ski/Snowboard Club BUT spaces are filling up fast. Please get your form and payment to Miss Fisher in room C203 by the end of next week to secure your spot. Lessons and equipment are included come learn something new, improve your skills, or show off your tricks!

Ski/Board Club

Attention all ski club members: If you met the first registration deadline and signed up BEFORE Thanksgiving break your pass is here! Stop by C203 to pick it up and as soon as BMBW opens you can hit the slopes! Also, if you did not hear we do have some club gear available for purchase. All orders due by next Wednesday, Dec. 19.

Orchestra

Auditions for the pit orchestra for The Most Happy Fella are coming up soon. There will be an informational meeting this Friday morning at 7:00 a.m. in the band room. Please see the poster in M-wing for more information, including a list of available parts.

Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to Elizabeth Katavich who took 3rd place in Big Question Debate and Grace Kime who took 2nd place in Congressional Debate at the Vermilion Speech tournament on Saturday.

Inkwell

Inkwell meets in F-107 Wednesday this week.

Future Leaders

Future Leaders will meet tomorrow(Friday) in C Digilab at 7am. Please remember to bring money for Adopt a child and empty toilet paper rolls. We will be prepping for wrapping!

Science Olympiad

The bus departs from the Gym 4:45 AM Saturday.All are welcome to cheer the Science Olympiad team as they depart for Sylvania Northview.

Ski/Board Club

Its not too late Mentor High Schools Ski and Snowboard club is still accepting members. If you are interested in signing up but need information see Miss Fisher in room C203.

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club Members- It's Christmas cookie time! Remember to sign up for our next meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 11th from 2:30-4:00. Everyone must sign up by Monday afternoon Dec. 10th. See you then.

Other

Here a question: which Mentor team has qualified for states all 30 years of its existence....hmmmm?????

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad will have a brief team meeting today(Wed) in preparation for the first meet of season 30. Its today at 2:30 in I-103

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club Members- It's Christmas cookie time! Remember to sign up for our next meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 11th from 2:30-4:00. Everyone must sign up by Monday afternoon Dec. 10th. See you then.

Other

There will be an informational meeting for any students interested in participating in intramural bowling this Monday at 2:30 in room B103. Please see Mrs. Hart or Mrs. Johnson for questions.

Inkwell

The Inkwell staff and editors will meet tomorrow after school in F107. It is important for all staff and editors to attend this mandatory meeting of the Inkwell, Tuesday, December 4th, after school in F107. Interested in joining? New members are always welcome, as well.

Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to Vaishnavi Kasabwala and Dylan Armao who both placed in Congressional Debate and Patricia Hadzinski and Amanda Blatz who took 3rd place in Public Forum Debate a the Olmstead Falls Speech and Debate Tournament held this past weekend.

Ski/Board Club

Attention all current and prospective ski club members. Order forms are now available for your 2019 gear. Stop by C203 or A216 to pick up an order form. Orders can be placed through December 19.

Other

MHS Families, The MHS Spirit Shop, located in the Bookstore, is open to students and community members from 7:00 am - 2:00 pm, Monday - Friday. We close from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm for lunch. Guests will need to enter through the main doors and stop at the security booth before coming to shop. The spirit wear is managed and sold by MHS Cardinal Lab and work study students as part of their job skills training. All profits are used for instructional purposes for their programs. We plan to have some new items before the holidays.

Speech and Debate Team

Congratulations to seniors Hailey Hunter and Grace Kime who took 6th and 2nd place respectively in Congressional Debate at the HAWKEN SPEECH AND DEBATE tournament held this past Saturday. It is important that all freshmen attend Wednesday lunch study halls for an introduction to / sign on for Naviance.

Photography

Want to be apart of something that will last a lifetime? Join Photography Club in I-103 after school Tuesday. We'll be taking our yearbook candid and choosing more pictures for the year book and website. Let's show just how great Mentor is!

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club members: We will be having a tailgate cooking party on Tuesday, November 13. Please sign up outside of room D105 by Monday, November 12th if you are attending.

Theatre

Come see Noises Off, Mentor Theatre's hit comedy, tonight & tomorrow at 7 & Sunday at 2. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students and seniors and will be available at the box office. You will not want to miss this show!

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club members: We will be having a tailgate cooking party next Tuesday, November 13. Please sign up outside of room D105 by Monday, November 12th if you are attending. Clubs:

Yearbook

Attention senior poll winners. Don't forget to attend the informational meeting during mods 15/16 in Mrs. Calo's room this Thursday. Pictures, times and dates will be scheduled at this time.

Theatre

Mentor Theatre presents the 25th anniversary production of the hit comedy Noises Off this Friday & Saturday at 7 & Sunday at 2. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students and seniors and will be available at the box office. Do not miss this show!

Photography

Do you like taking pictures? If you do, join photography club! Photography Club meets every Tuesday after school until 3:15 in room i103. Please see Mr. Ramsey, Diana Lucic, or Noelle Witherite with any questions.

Student Government

Congratulations to the following seniors on their senior poll wins: MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT Anthony Dujmovic Sophie Kaplan MOST LIKELY TO BE A FASHION MODEL Jack Rigo Anna Davis MOST LIKELY TO BE THE NEXT PICASSO John Joyce Marlo Pochino MOST LIKELY TO GO TO THE OLYMPICS Billy Gorka Anna Evans DYNAMIC DUO Logan Katoch Alivia Hudock CUTEST COUPLE Anthony Iacovone Jade Rush MOST LIKELY TO GET THE TEACHER OFF TOPIC Christian Marinozzi Gianna Kless MOST LIKELY TO BE PRESIDENT Fintan Bracken Amanda Blatz WORST CASE OF SENIORITIS Julianna Wallace Riley Pastor MOST LIKELY TO CHEER YOU UP Charlie Nykiel Taylor Buckey MOST CONTAGIOUS LAUGH Gavin Heinz Amanda Nubert MOST LIKELY TO BE A STANDUP COMEDIAN Devin Welch Kameron Powell MOST LIKELY TO FIND A CURE FOR THE COMMON COLD Hugh O'Neil Allison Lee Clara Rycaczwski Katty Patty Maria Fiorta Sarah Manes MOST LIKELY TO GET A STAR ON THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME Liam Klobas Bri Riley ALWAYS NEEDS A RIDE Michael Nicoletti Lillian Moses-Diaz MOST LIKELY TO WIN A GRAMMY Max Smaretsky Emily Shields MOST LIKELY TO SAVE THE DAY Matt Sabin Jade Rush BEST DANCE MOVES Devante Smith Raegan Thompson

Fighting Cardinal Marching Band

The Mentor Cardinal Marching Band, FCMB, will be competing in the State Marching Band Competition on Saturday, November 3 at 6:30 pm. The competition is held at Brunswick High School. Tickets will be $5 Students/Senior Citizens and $8 for adults. Parking for the event is $5. Come out and support the FCMB!

Student Government

Do you like Dairy Queen blizzards? Do you like helping people? Then Tuesday November 6th donate blood and you can do both.

Photography

Photography Club meets today(Tuesday) in I103. Yearbook moderator has been invited to take a candid shot of the group.

Future Leaders

Want to do something fun and cute for your friends or significant others? Want to get festive for spooky season? Future Leaders has the solution for you! Monday and Tuesday we will be selling you my boo candy treats to send to your buddies for one dollar only! Come buy some during lunch mods this week!

Ski/Board Club

This your last reminder about the Ski Club meetings next week - Monday after school and Tuesday before school in room C203. You dont want to miss out on the snow, fun, and bad jokes. See Miss Fisher or Madame Dickerson for more information. Have an ice day!

Future Leaders

Do not forget to next Monday and Tuesday, Future Leaders is selling Halloween Grams! For only one dollar, you can tell your friends, you my boo and give them a scarily good treat.

Student Government

Attention Students: we are still missing a few items from Homecoming that were given to the wrong student. If you have someone else's items please return them to your Unit Office. Thank you, Mentor High School PTSA.

Student Government

Do you have blood? Yes you do! Do you have extra blood? Yes you do! Do people need this extra blood? Yes they do! So donate this blood! Tuesday November 6th is the Red Cross bloodmobile! Sign-ups are during lunch mods on in the cafeteria and the blood drive will be in the auxiliary gym this year! Be brave and help save a life. Someday that person who needs that blood just might be you!

Inkwell

Inkwell! We'll meet tomorrow, Tuesday, in room F107! Interested in joining? You're invited to come, too. F107 right after school.

Ski/Board Club

The MHS Ski Club will hold two informational meetings for any students interested in skiing or snowboarding with the club this year. Come to room C203 after school on October 29 or before school on October 30 or see Miss Fisher or Madame Dickerson for more information on this seasons adventures at Brandywine Ski Resort. Its never too early to plan your winter fun. Now heres a joke: What did one snowman say to the other snowman? Smells like carrots.

Other

Intramural soccer is starting October 23! Soccer will run 2:45-3:45. Please meet in room B103 on Tuesday, October 23 if you are interested in playing. See Mrs. Hart or Mrs. Johnson with any questions!

Other

The week of October 15, we will be collecting donations for The Lake Humane Society of Lake County. A list of needs for the Potions for Paws drive is on amazon: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/13A29C482PO0Y/ref=nav_wishlist_lists_1?_encoding=UTF8&type=wishlist, and will be posted around the school, some basic needs are cat/dog food, toys, treats, cleaning supplies, and other basic pet needs. Bring your donations to your 3/4 class, where it will be collected and held on to. The class with the most collected donations will receive a donut party.

HOSA

Are you interested in becoming a doctor? A nurse? A veterinarian? A hospital administrator? Whether your passion is medical practice, public health, leadership, or any other aspect of human or animal health care, there is definitely something of interest to everyone in the 56 competitive events that HOSA offers. Join us at our introductory meeting on Thursday, October 18th at 7 AM in C106!

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club Members. Our first meeting will be held Tuesday, after school, in room D-105. Please sign up in room D-105 by Monday, Oct. 8th if you plan to attend. Remember to bring your $15.00 fee to the meeting.

Yearbook

Picture retakes will be October 15th. Students that received a picture packet must return the original package to the photographer at the time of retakes. Students that were absent or did not have their pictures taken in August, can still have their pictures taken and purchase a picture package. Order forms are available in the Unit offices and Main office. Put your English teacher's name on your order form. Students will be dismissed from their classes via PA announcements. Students in CCP classes or in Career Tech program please come to A-Lecture (stage entrance) when you arrive at the High School.

Other

This year's Homecoming parade will take place on Friday, October 5 at 5:30. The parade route will be the same as last year beginning at MHS, moving out to Center Street, down Civic Center Blvd., and ending at Jerome T Osborne Stadium. Join us for this fun event and show your Cardinal pride!

Student Government

Friday is Spirit day. Come on, you know you own something with the word Mentor on it, or something red, or something gray..throw it on and show your Cardinal Pride.

CARDS

On Thursday, October 11th CARDS and Project Love will be hosting a Kindness Rally in the Fine Arts Center rom 9 to 11 AM. If you are interested in participating please see Mr. Nemunaitis in A115-Unit 12 office for sign-up and more details.

Yearbook

Congratulations to Tiffany Schneider for being yesterday's Jersey Day spirit winner and Hugh O'Neill on being the Superhero Day daily twitter winner! You will receive a prize and your picture will appear in the yearbook.

General

Guidance

Seniors: If you are planning to major in education in college, you are eligible to apply for the Lake County Retired Teachers Association scholarship. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, to get an application.

Guidance

The College Review is offering an ACT Test Prep class. Learn everything you need to know about the ACT and how to improve your scores. This class will be held on Sat, Jan. 12, 9-11AM in the Paradigm. The fee is $50. More info in Guidance, room A114. Register at: www.collegereview.org or call 216-831-2557

 

Students: Please check the lost and found table outside the Unit 9 office to see if anything belongs to you. All unclaimed items will be donated over winter break.

Guidance

Seniors: Be sure to check out the new scholarships. Among them are the Mentor Teachers Association Scholarships, the Mentor Area Chamber of Commerce Scholarship, the Dr. Theodore Webster Scholarship and the MHS Class of 1976 Scholarship. Applications can be found in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

Cleveland State University has announced their "Engineer for a Day" Job Shadowing program to be held on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Students will be placed at engineering firms in the Cleveland area. Students in grades 9-12 with a strong interest in engineering are eligible to apply. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

Guidance

Seniors: Be sure to check out the new scholarships this week; they are the Mentor Teachers Association, Mentor Chamber of Commerce, and several others. Info in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

Cleveland State University has announced their "Engineer for a Day" Job Shadowing program to be held on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information. Students will be placed at engineering firms in the Cleveland area. Students in grades 9-12 with a strong interest in engineering are eligible to apply.

Guidance

Volunteer Opportunity: The Mentor Youth Wrestling Club is looking for volunteers to help with wrestling meets at Shore Middle School on upcoming Sundays. Anyone can volunteer, and its easy to do! This is a great chance to earn community service hours. Contact MentorYouthWrestlingClub@gmail.com to sign up or see Mrs. Clair with any questions.

Sports

Attention all female athletes. There will be a brief mandatory meeting for indoor and outdoor track on Tuesday, December 4th in A-Lecture from 2:30-2:45 pm.

Guidance

LEAF will hold a free session for high school juniors and their parents on Thursday, December 6th, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at the LEAF Resource Center located in Lakeland Community College at 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland, OH, room A-2101 (the CLI). RESEARCHING COLLEGES ONLINE will address what Juniors should be doing to prepare for college and how to research colleges extensively online. The session is free, but reservations are required. Please register online at https://leaf-ohio.org/calendar/category/resource-center-sessions/ or call LEAF at 440-525-7095 to reserve a seat. LEAF is a nonprofit that delivers career and college access advisory programs that connect individuals to their best-fit careers.

Sports

The Mentor Cardinals football team will be taking on St. Edward High School in the Division 1 region 1 OHSAA playoffs on Friday, November 16th at 7pm. The game will be played at Euclid High School. Tickets for the game will be on sale at the Mentor High School athletic office on Wednesday through Friday from 8am to 3pm and then again on Thursday from 5pm to 7pm. All tickets are $8 in advance and $9 at the gate. Only cash and check will be accepted.

Guidance

Attention students interested in attending one of the U.S. Military Academies after graduation. A current cadet at Annapolis will be visiting MHS on Nov. 19. He will be talking about the admissions process and life at Annapolis. He will also be able to talk about admissions to any of the other U.S. Military Academies. If youd like to attend this meeting, sign-up in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

Drivers' Ed classes begin on Monday, December 3. Classes start after school at 2:45 in Lecture Room B. Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the Bookstore for details and registration information. Or, go to: www.NationalDriverTrainingOhio.com/mentor

Guidance

It is important that all freshmen attend Wednesday lunch study halls for an introduction to / sign on for Naviance.

Sports

Spirit Wear is now available for purchase in the bookstore. Please stop by to take a look and help support our work-study students. We have a variety of items for sale including hats, hoodies, greeting cards, polos, ear buds and even socks and will continue to expand as the year progresses so check back often! We take cash and checks made out to Mentor High School.

Sports

The Cardinals will take on Canton McKinley in the regional semifinal round of the OHSAA football playoffs on Friday November 9th at 7pm. The game will be played at Brunswick Auto Mart Stadium at Brunswick High School. Tickets for the game will be on sale today, Thursday and Friday from 8am to 3pm and then Thursday from 5pm to 7pm in the athletic office. Tickets are $8 presale and $9 at the gate. Only cash and checks can be accepted

Guidance

Attention students interested in attending one of the U.S. Military Academies: A current cadet at Annapolis will be visiting MHS on Nov. 19. If you're interested in attending any of the academies, signup in the Guidance Office, room A114. He will be able to discuss the admissions process for all of the academies and life at Annapolis. Don't miss this opportunity to talk with a cadet in person.

 

Happy Halloween to all.

Sports

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in wrestling this year after school on Wednesday, Oct.31 at 2:35 in the wrestling room. It will be a short meeting followed by setting up the room for the upcoming season.

Guidance

LEAF will hold a free Scholarship Session on Thursday Nov. 8th at 6:30 pm in the LEAF Resource Center at Lakeland Community College Room A2101 (the CLI). Learn tips on how to find and apply for college scholarships. Reservations are required, capacity is limited. Please register online at leaf-ohio.org or call 440-525-7095 to reserve a seat.

Sports

All freshmen boys interested in trying out for basketball must get a printed grade sheet to Coach Parsons in A110. This should be a sheet printed from Infinite Campus with your first quarter grades and GPA.

Sports

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in wrestling this year after school on Wednesday, Oct.31 at 2:35 in the wrestling room. It will be a short meeting followed by setting up the room for the upcoming season.

Guidance

Representatives from the University of Findlay and Kent State-Geauga Campus will be visiting here this week. To attend either of these meetings, sign-up on Naviance.

Sports

All freshmen boys interested in trying out for basketball must get a printed grade sheet to Coach Parsons in A110. This should be a sheet printed from Infinite Campus with your first quarter grades and GPA.

Guidance

Attention 10th, 11th and 12 graders: The American Legion is sponsoring the Americanism and Government Test to be held on Nov. 16. This is a 1 hour, 50 question test on topics such as the the U.S. Flag, Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Federal, County & City government and one essay question. Students having the top scores at MHS will go on to judging at the state level and have an opportunity to win an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. Sign up by Nov. 12 in the Guidance Office, room A114.

 

Mentor High School students and staff are encouraged to participate in Halloween and are welcomed to wear costumes on Wednesday, October 31. The following are the guidelines students need to observe as they plan their Halloween outfit. All costumes must be school appropriate. Students need to comply with the school dress code policy No facemasks; students must be identifiable. No weapons of any kind: No toy weapons or imitation weapons Hats may be worn as part of a costume Face paint/hair coloring is permissible (in a limited fashion) as long as the student is able to participate in class including PE Students should wear school appropriate costumes (no vulgarity, gruesome, alcohol or drug promotion, gang insignia, or costumes that expose the body inappropriately for school) Be sure that students are able to stand and sit easily in their costumes. Staff members may ask students to remove hats or wigs during class time if they are a distraction to the class. If at anytime the costume becomes a disruption, the administration reserves the right to have the student change clothes.

 

Domino's is opening a new location at 7250 Center Street and is having a "soft" opening. There are a variety of items for $5 each. All proceeds will be donated to the Mentor Schools Scholarship Fund. So go today, or Saturday from 4-6pm, get a snack or dinner and help raise money for a good cause.

 

Attention 10th, 11th and 12 graders: The American Legion is sponsoring the Americanism and Government Test to be held on Nov. 16. This is a 1 hour, 50 question test on topics such as the the U.S. Flag, Constitution, Declaration of Independence, Federal, County & City government and one essay question. Students having the top scores at MHS will go on to judging at the state level and have an opportunity to win an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. Sign up by Nov. 12 in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

Representatives from these colleges will be visiting here this week: University of Toledo, Kent State, Lakeland, Walsh Univ, Indiana Univ. and Cleveland State. If you'd like to attend any of these meetings, sign-up through Naviance.

Guidance

Mentor High School will be hosting James Rosebush, a former White House Official on Thursday, October 25 during mods 5-6. Mr. Rosebush will be speaking with our junior students about his time in the White House and our government. Junior Students will be dismissed from their mods 3-4 class.

Guidance

LEAF is presenting Demystifying College and the Financial Aid Process on Tuesday October 23rd at 7:00 pm in the Fine Arts Center. This program is geared toward 9th and 10th grade students and their families. College costs, financial aid process and alternative options to reduce the cost of post secondary education will be discussed.

 

Attention students searching for employment: There will be a Job Fair at the Great Lakes Mall this Friday from 10:00-4:00. Business from all over Lake County will be represented.

Guidance

Female high school students are invited to attend the Wings of Women Conference to be held at Burke Airport on Nov. 10 from 9-2. This is for girls who are interested in a STEM career. Meet women mentors in STEM careers. There will also be hands-on activities to help spark your interests. For more information stop by the Guidance Office, room A114

Sports

Student tickets for this Friday's football game at Euclid will be on sale in the athletic office Wednesday and Thursday for $4 each. Adult tickets available on line or at the gate at Euclid. Come cheer on the Cardinals!

Guidance

Attention Continuing CCP Students: Academic advisors from Lakeland Community College will be coming to Mentor High to register students who would like to take classes during the Spring 2019 semester. Advisors will be located in the Upper Hub on the following dates: October 18th and October 24th. No appointments are needed. Student may meet with advisors during a study hall or free mod. Please see your school counselor with questions if you are unsure of which classes you should register for.

 

There were some items left at the Homecoming Dance. If you lost something please check the Lost and Found table outside the Unit 9 office.

 

Do you enjoy art, music and dance or have an interest in writing, producing films and taking photos? Then join us and have fun unleashing your inner artist with PTA Reflections! This years theme, Heroes Around Me, calls for your own unique interpretation through the arts. Pick up submission guidelines and an entry form today from Mr Sanelli in Room I100 and return by Friday December 31st .

Guidance

Representatives from these colleges will be visiting MHS this week: Canisius College, Bethany College and the University of Akron. Signup on Naviance if you'd like to attend any of these meetings.

Guidance

Wednesday, October 10 is a testing day at Mentor High School. Ninth, tenth, and eleventh grade students will take the PSAT. We will not run a regular Wednesday late start schedule. Students should be in the building by 7:15 am and testing will begin right at 7:30 am. Testing should conclude between 11:15 - 11:45 am and students will be dismissed for the remainder of the day at that point. Our regular afternoon busing schedule will occur and afternoon bus transportation will leave Mentor High School at the normal time of 2:26 pm. Students will be allowed to stay in the student center if you need to ride the bus home. Our normal lunch program will be available to students. Members of the senior class are encouraged to pursue college visits and/or job shadowing during the school day. Twelfth graders do not report to school on Wednesday. Students -- your test location currently appears on your class schedule in Infinite Campus. Make sure you know your testing location before Wednesday. On test day youll need to bring #2 pencils with an eraser as well as a calculator. No electronic devices other than calculators are allowed in testing rooms. Students taking the ASVAB test should report directly to the Fine Arts Center by 7:15 am. Testing will begin promptly at 7:30 am. Attendance will be taken for both the PSAT and the ASVAB.

Guidance

LEAF will hold a free FAFSA demonstration for high school students and their parents on Thursday, October 11th 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at the LEAF Resource Center, on the Lakeland Community College campus in Room A-2101. The session will demonstrate how to file the FAFSA electronically at home. All Sessions are free. Reservations are required, capacity is limited. Please register online at leaf-ohio.org or call LEAF at 440.525.7095, to reserve a seat.

 

To improve the safety and security of our students and building we will be reducing the number of student entrances before the school day begins to two primary entry points. Beginning on Thursday, October 4 students will only be permitted to enter the building at the main entrance by the flagpole and the F-wing entrance in the North Parking Lot.

Sports

A message from Mr. Crowe, Principal: MHS Students and Families, Recently at our football games we have had multiple students in possession of bottles of baby powder. Tossing baby powder is prohibited at all school events including football games. This has been getting on clothes, food and has negatively impacted the experience for numerous guests. These bottles will be confiscated and students may be removed from the stadium and face disciplinary consequences. Thank you in advance for ensuring all guests have a positive and enjoyable experience at our events. Respectfully, Jason Crowe Principal Mentor High School