Thank you, Lions and Lioness Clubs!
Mukwonago Lions and Lioness clubs helped gather over 400 lbs. of school supplies for MASD students during the annual "Stuff the Bus" event.
Please go to www.remind.com and follow class code "MukGuide" for essential MHS and college information and updates!
Electronic communication/listening devices are allowed in classrooms during the school day but only with teacher’s permission. Students are allowed to listen to music during passing time as long as they are only using one earphone. Internet usage, including but not limited to texting and surfing, will be reserved for the student’s lunch period, study hall, and passing time. If the BYOD policy is violated, your electronic device will be confiscated. You will need to pick it up in the Associate Principals’ office after school. This will be your one and only warning. If a second violation occurs, a parent or guardian will have to pick up the electronic device during normal school hours, a behavioral referral will be issued and the student will be assigned a 2-hour after school detention. At no time will an electronic device be allowed to be on or in sight in a locker room or restroom. If in violation, the electronic device will be confiscated immediately and 2-hour detention will be assigned immediately.
To: Seniors From: Yearbook Staff These are some of the guidelines to follow for your senior pictures to make sure that your picture is presented well in the yearbook. TAKE THIS LETTER TO YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER WHEN YOU GO FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT!
By law, WI school buses added new lights. Flashing AMBER lights = the bus is slowing down; proceed with caution. Flashing RED = STOP. MORE