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MHS Receives United Way Superintendent's Award
Mandeville High School Principal Bruce Bundy is pictured with Superintendent W. L. “Trey” Folse, III at the January Board Meeting after receiving the Superintendent’s Award for Mandeville High School for Outstanding High School in the United Way Campaign.
MHS Senior Wins National Young Arts Cinematic Award
Mandeville High Senior Nick Ramey has won the National Young Arts Cinematic award for the second year in a row. He received $250 dollars and is going to the organization’s headquarters in Miami where he could win additional scholarship money and qualify for the Presidential Scholar Award. He was awarded the honor based on a portfolio of his films Conscription and Two Words. Conscription can be found on Vimeo—Nick Ramey. Nick also attends NOCCA. Learn more about Nick at www.nickramey.com
MHS Hosts Acadiana in 5A Playoff Quarterfinals
MHS Senior Wins 1st Place in Essay Contest
Ada Tusa, a senior at Mandeville High School, won first place in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8720's "Voice of Democracy" essay contest. This year's topic was "how veterans are important to our nation, past and future." The competitors were required to read their essays out load and submit a recording. Ada now moves to the state level competition.
Black & Gold Day
Students Participate in STAR Conference
MHS students interested in teaching careers take a group photo at the STAR Teaching Academy one-day conference at the David C. Treen Instructional Technology Center in Mandeville.
Talented Art Students Create Quilt
On Oct. 25th, Mandeville High School was among many participating schools from St. Tammany Parish at The Kids Pavilion on Koop Drive. This year's festival celebrated "Americana." The Talented Art II and III students collaborated on a quilt partially inspired by the work of the self-thought Louisianan folk artist, Clementine Hunter. The quilt combines modern and traditional elements, giving it an imperfect yet accurate reproduction of Hunter's work. Students also created vases inspired by the work of Hunter.
Pictured from left: Kaitlyn Cahill, Jordan Holmes, Shannon Cui, Sarah Kate Casey, Sydney Taylor and Amelia Markezick. Pictured with her vase is Elisabeth McLaughlin.
Students of the Month
Students Practice CPR and AED Skills
Mandeville High students Jordyn Pellegrin and Sydney Gassen conduct CPR and practice AED skills on an adult manikin in science teacher Tiffini King's Emergency Medical Responder class. The students are working towards their Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers certification.
Erin Geohegan Wins Rensselaer Medal
Erin Geohegan, a junior at Mandeville High School, has won the prestigious Rensselaer Medal from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The RPI awards the medal to one junior who excels in the area of math and science. If Erin decides to attend RPT, she will be eligible for a $15,000 scholarship guaranteed for four years. The institute is well known for its success in the transfer of technology from the laboratory to the marketplace so that new discoveries and inventions benefit human life, protect the environment, and strengthen economic development.
September Students of the Month
Mandeville High is proud to announce the September 2004 Students of the Month. Seniors Max Theriot and Madison Liggio were chosen based on the characteristic of trustworthiness. Both students received gift cards from Smoothie King.
August Students of the Month
Mandeville High School is pleased to present its August Students of the Month. The characteristic of the month was respect. The winners are juniors Megan Money and Mykelle Thomas. The students received gift cards to Smoothie King. The Student of the Month award is an incentive that is part of the school's Positive Behavior Program.