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Merrol Hyde Magnet

    

College Corner @ MHMS

Grades 9-12

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Don't wish for it, Work for it!!!!

 

Dorris Presentation: College and Beyond....

Sam Mullins, TSAC Presentation...coming soon

Current Scholarships

College Open House and College Representatives

Community Service, Summer 2019 Events and Job Opportunities

 

 

College Corner: January 2019 Edition

Senior Class of 2019

  • 8th Grade Foreign Language gives one high school credit but does not factor into GPA on transcript.
  • Students that are requesting transcripts for scholarships, follow the same procedure with the form and $2.00. Must give Mrs. Dorris a five-day lead. https://tinyurl.com/mhmstranscriptform
  • Seniors get one day each semester to visit a college or have an interview.  The form must be complete prior to the trip and turned into the front office.  https://tinyurl.com/mhmscollegevisitform

 

  • Transcript Reminder
    1. All transcripts (electronic and hard copy) have a $2.00 fee.  Please give Mrs. Dorris five business days to complete before actual deadline.
  • Scholarships
    • o All current scholarships are on MHM website and some are available in hard copy in the school counseling office.
      • All scholarship opportunities are listed by deadline date.
    • Community Service, Job Opportunities, and Summer Experiences
      • o All community service is listed on website.  
    • College Open Houses for Spring 2019
      • o All college open house events and College Fairs for Fall 2018 and a full listing of current college representatives.
      • New Crisis Text Line- The Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN)and Crisis Text Line, a free, 24/7 text-messaging support line for people in crisis, recently announced the launch of a partnership bringing crisis support to anyone in the state. People in Tennessee can text “TN” to 741-741 to connect with a crisis counselor.   Crisis Text Line provides access to a trained crisis counselor who can provide immediate support and referrals not just for suicidal thoughts, but also for anxiety, depression, child and domestic abuse, substance abuse, eating disorders, human trafficking, and beyond. Non-emergency information about suicide and other crisis resources are available on the TSPN website.
      • Sumner Teen Center- is available and FREE to all middle and high school students and offer a safe place for recreation as well as a place to learn life and social skills in Gallatin. They have Driver's Education, cooking, arts and crafts, music, and leadership classes.

           

Important Spring 2019 Dates

Upcoming Dates Spring 2019

February 1: FAFSA deadline for TN Promise

February 8: NHS Meeting at 8am

February 9: Snowball

February 25: Service Hour Opportunity NHS Blood Drive at MHMS 2-6pm

March 1: TN Scholars Application Due

March 5: 1:30pm TNPromise Second Mandatory Meeting @ MHMS

April 13: Hawk Walk and Run- volunteer opportunity

April 16-May 3: Grades 3-11 TCAP Testing

April 8: Top Scholars Banquet for 4.0 Seniors 

April 25: 1st Block: Mock Cap and Gown Graduation Picture and College T-shirt day for seniors.

April 29: Senior Honor Night Forms due to Mrs. Dorris

May 6-16: AP Exams *see below

2019 AP Dates- Location to be announced later.

Monday, May 6                 8am: AP U. S. Government @ Community (22) and 12pm: AP Environmental Science @ Community (25)

Tuesday, May 7                 8am: AP Spanish Language @ MHMS (9)

Wednesday, May 8          8am: AP Literature @ Community (17)  and  12pm: AP European History @ Community (28)

Thursday, May 9               8am: AP Chemistry @ Community (17)

Friday, May 10                   8am: AP US History @ Community (10)

Monday, May 13               8am: AP Biology @ Community (13)

Tuesday, May 14               8am: AP Calculus @ Community (24) and   12pm: AP Human Geography @ Community (23)

Wednesday, May 15       8am: AP Language @ Community (16)

Thursday, May 16             12pm: AP Statistics @ Community (2)

 

May 8-9: Senior Exams

May 9: Senior Honors Night

May 10: Yearbook Signing 2pm

May 18: Mandatory Graduation Practice 9am

May 18: Graduation at 7pm

 

   

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Come by College Corner get ready for COLLEGE and BEYOND!!!

 

NEW CRISIS TEXT LINE
New Crisis Text Line for Students The Tennessee Suicide Prevention Network (TSPN) and Crisis Text Line, a free, 24/7 text-messaging support line for people in crisis, recently announced the launch of a partnership bringing crisis support to anyone in the state. People in Tennessee can text “TN” to 741-741 to connect with a crisis counselor.   Suicide is the second-leading cause of death among youth and young adults ages 15-24 in Tennessee and for the United States at large. According to the Tennessee Department of Health, there were 945 recorded suicide deaths in our state in 2014. Many teens and young adults use their phones for texting instead of talking, so the Crisis Text Line offers an alternative means of contact for people who might not reach out for help otherwise.   Crisis Text Line provides access to a trained crisis counselor who can provide immediate support and referrals not just for suicidal thoughts, but also for anxiety, depression, child and domestic abuse, substance abuse, eating disorders, human trafficking, and beyond. More information about the Crisis Text Line is available via their website. Non-emergency information about suicide and other crisis resources are available on the TSPN website
ACT Prep Course:
Ms. Ryckeley offers ACT classes for $450.  The classes are held four Sundays before an ACT testing date.  Your student can take the classes as many times as they would like after the one-time fee is paid.  Ms. Ryckeley would like to know who is interested in attending so she has the correct number of books available on the first class day and welcomes any questions you may have.  
The students bring their check (made out to College Prep Coach), their calculator, and a pencil.
The classes for the October test are September 28, October 5, October 12, and October 19 from 2-4 at her home.
Students may return to her classes to refresh and practice for future tests for free. Students sometimes take the ACT 2 or 3 times.

 Cheryl Ryckeley -   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 

Rock 8th Grade Presentation

Rock 8th Grade prezi

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shared Vision

Merrol Hyde Magnet School is committed to excellence in K-12 education by utilizing the Paideia philosophy of educating the whole child - body, mind, and spirit - while encouraging and nurturing a life long love of learning.

Merrol Hyde Magnet is an academic magnet school with an emphasis in foreign language.  Rigor and challenge at an accelerated pace are expected and embedded in our curriculum.