Announcements – 9/30/13

Monthly Reminders

  • Character Education for the month of October is Respect.
  • The MJHS Library collects Campbell’s labels, all kinds of printer ink cartridges and old cell phones to raise money for technology.
  • Lunch money – You may pay your child’s lunch money on the St. Clair County website: http://www.stclaircountyschools.net/
  • All car riders must be dropped off and picked up at MHS.
  • If a student is tardy, a parent MUST come into the school office check him/her in.

The NYC Trip Meeting will be held on September 30 at 6pm in the MPR. For more information, please contact Mr. Birchfield at jason.birchfield@sccboe.org

Boys’ Soccer Tryouts will be held 9/30-10/03 from 3:30-5:00 pm. Girls’ Soccer Tryouts will be held 9/30-10/01 and 10/03, from 3:30-5:00 pm. You must bring a copy of an updated physical. Any 8th Grader interested is playing soccer should sign up in the front office.

Girls’ basketball tryouts will be held on October 7-9. Beginning on September 20, girls who wish to stay after school and practice may do so from 3-5pm. They must have a dependable ride home and may not stay past 5pm!

The Lady Devils and the Moody Baseball teams, along with their coaches, will be having a clinic covering the overall aspects of the games of baseball and softball. The clinic will be held on October 7, 8 & 10 from 5:30pm-8pm at the Moody Ball Park. The cost is 2 days for $50 or 3 days for $75. Participants will learn infield, hitting, outfield, catching and pitching skills. For information, please contact the Moody Softball Boosters at moodysoftballboosters@yahoo.com or at (205) 365-5978.

The Moody Softball Cow Patty Drop will be held on October 12 at 6:30pm. The concession stand will be open and they will also have other activities to make a fun-filled evening! Payout will be 25% of the gross collected. For example, 200 squares sold = $1000 pay out. Squares touching the winning square will collect $100 each. The winning square will collect the remaining amount of the 25% payout. You do not have to be present to win! To purchase tickets, or for more information, please contact the Moody Softball Boosters at moodysoftballboosters@yahoo.com or at (205) 365-5978.

Diamond Doll applications are available in Mrs. Franklin’s room. Students who are interested should pick up an application and sign the list outside her door. Applications and teacher recommendation forms are due back by October 23. Questions should be directed to Mrs. Franklin at rachael.franklin@sccboe.org.

The Mr. & Miss MJHS Pageant will be held on November 2 at 5:30pm. The entry fee is $40, plus an additional $10 if you want to enter for Miss Photogenic. Applications, entry fees and photos are due by October 31. For information, see the attached flyer and application.

Upcoming Events At & Around MJHS

Monday, 09/30 – Boys’ soccer tryouts, 3:30-5pm

Girls’ soccer tryouts, 3:30-5pm

MJHS Volleyball @ Lincoln, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm

NYC Trip meeting in MPR, 6pm

Tuesday, 10/01 – Boys’ soccer tryouts, 3:30-5pm

Girls’ soccer tryouts, 3:30-5pm

MJHS Volleyball @ Leeds, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Leeds, 4:30pm

MHS Volleyball @ Leeds, 5pm

MJHS Football @ Ashville, 5:30pm

MHS JV Football @ Ashville

Wednesday, 10/02 – Boys’ soccer tryouts, 3:30-5pm

Thursday, 10/03 – Boys’ soccer tryouts, 3:30-5pm

Girls’ soccer tryouts, 3:30-5pm

MJHS Volleyball @ Zora Ellis, 5pm

MHS Volleyball Tournament, 5pm

Friday, 10/04 – MHS Football @ Mortimer Jordan

Saturday, 10/05 – MJHS / MHS JV Volleyball – County Tournament, 9am

Monday, 10/07 – Girls’ basketball tryouts, TBA

MHS Volleyball @ St. Clair / Gadsden City, 4:30pm

Moody Devils Softball/Baseball Clinic, 5:30-8pm

Tuesday, 10/08 – Girls’ basketball tryouts, TBA

MJHS Football vs. St. Clair County, 5:30pm

MHS JV Football vs. St. Clair County

Moody Devils Softball/Baseball Clinic, 5:30-8pm

Wednesday, 10/09 – Girls’ basketball tryouts, TBA

Thursday, 10/10 – MHS Volleyball @ Talladega, 5pm

Moody Devils Softball/Baseball Clinic, 5:30-8pm

Friday, 10/11 – MHS Football vs. Springville (Senior Night)

Saturday, 10/12 – MHS Volleyball – Blue Devils Tournament, 9am

Moody Softball Cow Patty Drop, 6:30pm

Monday, 10/14 – Fall Break, no school

Tuesday, 10/15 – MJHS Football @ Springville, 5:30pm

MHS JV Football @ Springville

Thursday, 10/17 – EXPLORE test (8th grade only)

Friday, 10/18 – MHS Football @ Curry

Tuesday, 10/22 – Counseling Group Guidance – Drug Prevention (7th grade)

MJHS Football County Championship, TBA

MHS Volleyball – Area Tournament, TBA

Wednesday, 10/23 – Counseling Group Guidance – Drug Prevention (7th grade)

Diamond Doll applications due to Mrs. Franklin

Thursday, 10/24 – Report Cards go home

Counseling Group Guidance – Drug Prevention (8th grade)

Friday, 10/25 – Counseling Group Guidance – Drug Prevention (8th grade)

MHS Football @ Pinson Valley

Thursday, 10/31 – MJHS Pageant application, entry fees and photos due

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10 Things Teachers Want Parents to Know

The relationship between teachers and parents is an extremely powerful component in student success. Yet so many parents go through the school year without communicating with the teacher or understanding what to do (or avoid) to make the most of the year.

So we went straight to the source and spoke with a teacher willing to reveal it all. Third-grade teacher Stacey Nelson is a devoted and successful educator in Tennessee, and on behalf of teachers across the country, she shared several things teachers wish parents knew before sending their children to school.

It boils down to three general guidelines: respect the teacher, be involved and be organized.

  1. Remember that the teacher is on your side. Teachers truly care about your children and want them to be successful. “The child’s success is our success,” explains Nelson. If your child’s teacher contacts you about a problem or something that happened at school, understand that the teacher is trying to work with you to resolve any conflicts that may be getting in the way of your child’s success. You’re all on the same team.
  2. Trust in the teacher’s feedback. Just because a child doesn’t exhibit a particular behavior at home doesn’t mean he doesn’t exhibit that behavior in the classroom. So if a teacher reports a particular behavior that you haven’t seen before, don’t rush to say, “Well, I’ve never seen him do that.” The classroom and home environments are quite different, and oftentimes children behave differently when forced to follow rules and work with peers. Listen to what the teacher has to say and work with him/her to find a solution.
  3. Don’t show up for a meeting unannounced. It’s great if you want to meet with a teacher to discuss an issue or chat about your child, but don’t show up at school without any warning. Instead, schedule a time to meet — not only does this show that you respect the teacher’s time, but it also gives him/her time to prepare for the meeting and provide you with everything you want to know.
  4. Don’t go over the teacher’s head. If you’re having an issue with the teacher, your child, the subject matter or the classroom in general, talk directly with the teacher before going to the principal or other administrators. “Ninety-five percent of the time, a problem can be resolved between the teacher and parent with a simple phone call,” Nelson says.
  5. Check children’s agendas and take-home folders every night. According to the National PTA, talking with your children is one of the most critical steps of healthy parenting. “Communication is key,” Nelson agrees. Not only does this help you stay on top of updates and what’s going on in the classroom, but it also shows your child that you are checking in.
  6. Check on homework regularly — but don’t do it for the child! It’s important to review your child’s homework, but if she gets an answer wrong, take the time to help her understand why. “Please don’t just tell her the right answer,” Nelson says. “That defeats the purpose of homework!”
  7. Address behavior issues at home. “Children don’t enjoy getting in trouble,” Nelson says. “So when they come home and tell you about how mean the teacher is, keep in mind they may be telling the story in a way that they won’t get punished.” If this happens, try to get to the heart of the issue and uncover the facts so you can address it.
  8. Go to Open House Night. A good parent-teacher relationship leads to a good student-teacher relationship, so don’t skip the open house! “In the past, I’ve had parents that I have honestly never met in an entire school year,” Nelson says. “It’s a sad fact.” Use the open house as a time to get to know the teacher, ask questions, uncover expectations, address problems and find out what’s going on in the classroom. Education.com tip: Ask the important questions first, in case time runs out.
  9. Establish a regular routine each night. This includes having children pack their backpacks the night before, to make sure they have everything they need for school the next day. “The number one thing my students tell me is, ‘My homework is done, but I left it sitting on the table,'” Nelson says. A simple evening routine can prevent this and prevent children from feeling rushed or disorganized in the morning.
  10. Cut down on chaos and clutter at home. If your home life is disorganized, this can carry over into the classroom and make learning more difficult for the child. “When a child walks into my classroom, I can tell by the look on his face what kind of morning he had and what kind of day it will be,” Nelson says. Simple things like keeping a tidy home, an organized homework desk and a clean bedroom can help the child feel prepared and focused on the day ahead.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/LIVING/08/23/o.teachers.want.parents.know/index.html

Announcements – 9/23/13

Sign up to get announcements and updates regarding the school lunch menu: http://www.schoolmenu.com/menu/al/st-clair-county/moody-junior-high-school/

 

Congratulations to the boys’ cross country team for finishing 10th in the Lancer 2miler!

 

Congratulations to the 2013-2014 MJHS SGA Officers:

  • President – Evan W.
  • Vice President – Avery Anna E.
  • Secretary – Allison K.
  • 8th Grade Senator – Gabe W.
  • 7th Grade Senator – Hunter H.

 

Picture orders are due on September 27.

 

MJHS / MHS Homecoming Week Events

Monday, 9/23 – “Nerd Day”

Practice for Homecoming Court during 2nd period

Tuesday, 9/24 – “Blue Devil Spirit Day”

MJHS football vs. Tarrant, 6pm

Friday, 9/27 – Homecoming Dance during school; admission is $3 and concessions will be available.

School dismisses at noon.

Homecoming Parade – 1:30pm

MHS football vs. Ashville, 7pm

 

The Girls Inc. of Central Alabama is hosting a free Dove “Cool & Confident” Workshop on Saturday, September 28 from 10am-3pm. It’s a fun and informative workshop for Mothers & Daughters ages 9-14. Mothers will attend a workshop discussing the following topics:  encouraging positive self-image, developing open communication, and understanding the physical and emotional changes teens face. Girls will attend their own workshop discussing body image and self-esteem. A light lunch will be served and door prizes will be given away.  Pre-Registration is required and spaces are limited.  Deadline to register to attend the workshop is September 25. For more information about the “Cool and Confident Workshop” or to register, please contact: Julean Kirkpatrick @ 599-5554 or jkirkpatrick@girlsinccentral-al.org.

 

The NYC Trip Meeting will be held on September 30 at 6pm in the MPR. For more information, please contact Mr. Birchfield at jason.birchfield@sccboe.org

 

Boys’ Soccer Tryouts will be held 9/30-10/03 from 3:30-5:00 pm. Girls’ Soccer Tryouts will be held 9/30-10/01 and 10/03, from 3:30-5:00 pm. You must bring a copy of an updated physical. Any 8th Grader interested is playing soccer should sign up in the front office.

 

Girls’ basketball tryouts will be held on October 7-9. Beginning on September 20, girls who wish to stay after school and practice may do so from 3-5pm. They must have a dependable ride home and may not stay past 5pm!

 

The Mr. & Miss MJHS Pageant will be held on November 2 at 5:30pm. The entry fee is $40, plus an additional $10 if you want to enter for Miss Photogenic. Applications, entry fees and photos are due by October 31. For information, see the attached flyer and application.

 

Upcoming Events At & Around MJHS

Monday, 09/23 – Homecoming Week – Nerd Day

MJHS Volleyball vs. Ashville, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Springville, 4:30pm

MHS Volleyball @ Springville / Wennonah, 5pm

Tuesday, 09/24 – Homecoming Week – Blue Devil Spirit Day

Progress Reports go home

MJHS Volleyball vs. Duran, 2pm (admission $3)

MHS JV Volleyball @ Pinson Valley, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Pinson Valley, 5pm

MJHS Football vs. Tarrant (Homecoming), 6pm

Wednesday, 09/25 – “See You at the Pole Rally,” 6pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ McAdory, 5pm

Thursday, 09/26 – MHS JV Volleyball vs. Center Point, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. Center Point / Lincoln, 5pm

Friday, 09/27 – Picture orders are due

Homecoming Dance

School dismisses at noon

Homecoming Parade, 1:30pm

MHS Football vs. Ashville (Homecoming)

Saturday, 09/28 – MHS Volleyball – County Tournament, TBA

Girls Inc. Cool & Confident Workshop, 10am-3pm

Monday, 09/30 – Boys’ soccer tryouts, 3:30-5pm

Girls’ soccer tryouts, 3:30-5pm

MJHS Volleyball @ Lincoln, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm

NYC Trip meeting in MPR, 6pm

Announcements – 9/16/13

The band is selling Southern Belle t-shirts. Order forms are in the front office.

Girls’ basketball tryouts will be held on October 7-9. Beginning on September 20, girls who wish to stay after school and practice may do so from 3-5pm. They must have a dependable ride home and may not stay past 5pm!

The Mr. & Miss MJHS Pageant will be held on November 2 at 5:30pm. The entry fee is $40 plus $10 if you want to enter for Photogenic. You may pick up an application at the front office.

Upcoming Events At & Around MJHS

Monday, 09/16 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (7th grade)

MHS JV Volleyball @ Shelby County, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Shelby County, 5:45pm

Tuesday, 09/17 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (7th grade)

MHS JV Volleyball vs. Pinson Valley / St. Clair, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. Pinson Valley / St. Clair, 5pm

MJHS Football vs. Springville, 5:30pm

MHS JV Football vs. Springville

Wednesday, 09/18 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (8th grade)

Thursday, 09/19 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (8th grade)

MHS JV Volleyball vs. McAdory / Mortimer Jordan, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. McAdory / Mortimer Jordan, 5pm

Friday, 09/20 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (8th grade)

MHS Football vs. Center Point

Saturday, 09/21 – MJHS Volleyball @ Lincoln’s Tournament, 9am

Monday, 09/23 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Ashville, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Springville, 4:30pm

MHS Volleyball @ Springville / Wennonah, 5pm

Tuesday, 09/24 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Duran, 2pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Pinson Valley, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Pinson Valley, 5pm

MJHS Football vs. Tarrant (Homecoming), 5:30pm

Wednesday, 09/25 – MHS JV Volleyball @ McAdory, 5pm

Thursday, 09/26 – MHS JV Volleyball vs. Center Point, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. Center Point / Lincoln, 5pm

Friday, 09/27 – MHS Football vs. Ashville (Homecoming)

Saturday, 09/28 – MHS Volleyball – County Tournament, TBA

Girls Inc. Cool & Confident Workshop, 10am-3pm

Monday, 09/30 – MJHS Volleyball @ Lincoln, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm

7 Kid-Friendly Ways to Avoid the Common Cold

If it seems like your child repeatedly comes down with colds despite your best efforts, you’re probably right. The fact is, kids are more susceptible to cold viruses than adults for the simple reason that they have not yet developed the immunity to fight them. With over 200 viruses that cause colds, the typical child will suffer from several colds per year. Since there is no known cure for the common cold, prevention is the best defense. Here are simple steps that can help keep your child healthy:

  1. Stop the spread. The viruses that cause colds are spread by airborne droplets. A cough or sneeze left uncovered can contaminate nearby people or objects. It’s a good idea to teach your child to grab a tissue when a  cough or sneeze is coming. If that isn’t possible, the US Center for Disease Control (CDC) now recommends coughing or sneezing into your upper sleeve rather than your hand. Remind your children if they touch their      eyes, nose or mouth they should wash their hands. Keeping hands germ-free can dramatically reduce the spread of the virus.
  2. Keep it clean. The best defense against viruses is still good hand washing.  That means vigorously rubbing your hands together using soap and warm      water for 15-20 seconds. The Mayo Clinic suggests teaching your child to  sing a song like “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” or “Happy Birthday” to ensure adequate washing time. You may also consider carrying a bottle of hand sanitizer with you when possible. Just make sure it contains at least 60% alcohol and that children rub their hands together until the gel is completely dry. Make sure that small children are supervised when using hand sanitizer, as children may be poisoned from licking or eating it.
  3. Don’t share. It may be contrary to everything your child has been taught,  but this is one instance where sharing isn’t a good idea. Certainly do not allow your child to share his drink, even with family members. Also make them aware that sharing pens and pencils in the classroom can spread germs.
  4. Keep it loose. Humidifiers put moisture in the air, preventing dryness of the mouth, nose and throat. They can also help loosen secretions and decrease congestion. You might consider placing a cool mist humidifier in your child’s room when she becomes congested.
  5. Get moving. Moderate exercise is a good idea for the whole family. When  it’s cold outside, it’s easy to curl up at home and do nothing. While colds can strike at any time, the risk of contamination is greater during the winter when we are confined to smaller indoor areas. Viruses also tend to thrive in the drier, winter environments. Web MD recommends regular aerobic exercise to help increase the body’s natural virus-killing cells.
  6. Eat yogurt. The healthy bacteria in yogurt can help to boost the immune system and stave of illnesses. Eating a serving of yogurt several days a week may decrease your child’s chances of becoming ill.
  7. Think healthy. With work, school and a full activity calendar, it’s hard to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Sometimes a few small steps are all it takes to decrease your child’s risk of illness. Encourage a well-balanced diet by keeping your refrigerator stocked with healthy fruits and veggies. Also, encourage kids to drink plenty of fluids in the winter months to help loosen congestion and stay hydrated. Finally, don’t underestimate the      power of a good night’s sleep.

Birmingham Parent

Announcements – 9/9/13

Congratulations to the MJHS boys’ track team for finishing 3rd in the Madison Invitational and to A. Bonin for coming in second overall for junior high boys!

Congratulations to the 2013 Homecoming Court! 7th grade – Lauren C., Taylor F., Henley H. & Shelby T. 8th grade – Madeline A., Bailey B., Heaven J. & Sidney W.. The Homecoming Queen will be announced during half-time at the football game on Tuesday, September 24.

Students who are interested in running for an office in the Student Government Association (SGA) should sign up on the board outside Mrs. Franklin’s room and take a parent information form from the desk inside her classroom.

Go to Books-A-Million in Trussville, Saturday, September 14, from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm. and make a purchase. A portion of all proceeds earned during this time will be donated to MJHS.

The Girls Inc. of Central Alabama is hosting a free Dove “Cool & Confident” Workshop on Saturday, September 28 from 10am-3pm. It’s a fun and informative workshop for Mothers & Daughters ages 9-14. Mothers will attend a workshop discussing the following topics:  encouraging positive self-image, developing open communication, and understanding the physical and emotional changes teens face. Girls will attend their own workshop discussing body image and self-esteem. A light lunch will be served and door prizes will be given away.  Pre-Registration is required and spaces are limited.  Deadline to register to attend the workshop is September 25. For more information about the “Cool and Confident Workshop” or to register, please contact: Julean Kirkpatrick @ 599-5554 or jkirkpatrick@girlsinccentral-al.org.

Girls’ basketball tryouts will be held on October 7-9. Beginning on September 20, girls who wish to stay after school and practice may do so from 3-5pm. They must have a dependable ride home and may not stay past 5pm!

Teacher Websites

Mr. B. Etheredge

Mrs. Franklin

Mrs. Love

Ms. McFarling

Mr. McGinnis

Dr. Sargent

Mrs. Sublett

Mrs. Suttle

Upcoming Events At & Around MJHS

Monday, 09/09 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Lincoln, 5pm

MHS JV Volleyball vs. Lincoln, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Ashville / Lincoln, 5pm

Tuesday, 09/10 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Leeds, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball vs. Leeds / Shelby County, 5pm
MHS Volleyball vs. Leeds / Shelby County, 5:15pm

MJHS Football @ St. Clair County, 5:30pm

MHS JV Football @ St. Clair County

Thursday, 09/12 – MJHS Volleyball @ Duran, 2pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Pell City, 4:30pm

MHS Volleyball @ Pell City, 5:30pm

Friday, 09/13 – MHS Football @ Hayden

Saturday, 09/14 – MJHS / MHS JV Volleyball – Blue Devils Tournament, 9am

Books-A-Million – portion of proceeds go to MJHS between 12-4pm

Monday, 09/16 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (7th grade)

MHS JV Volleyball @ Shelby County, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Shelby County, 5:45pm

Tuesday, 09/17 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (7th grade)

MHS JV Volleyball vs. Pinson Valley / St. Clair, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. Pinson Valley / St. Clair, 5pm

MJHS Football vs. Springville, 5:30pm

MHS JV Football vs. Springville

Wednesday, 09/18 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (8th grade)

Thursday, 09/19 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (8th grade)

MHS JV Volleyball vs. McAdory / Mortimer Jordan, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. McAdory / Mortimer Jordan, 5pm

Friday, 09/20 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (8th grade)

MHS Football vs. Center Point

Saturday, 09/21 – MJHS Volleyball @ Lincoln’s Tournament, 9am

Monday, 09/23 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Ashville, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Springville, 4:30pm

MHS Volleyball @ Springville / Wennonah, 5pm

Tuesday, 09/24 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Duran, 2pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Pinson Valley, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Pinson Valley, 5pm

MJHS Football vs. Tarrant (Homecoming), 5:30pm

Wednesday, 09/25 – MHS JV Volleyball @ McAdory, 5pm

Thursday, 09/26 – MHS JV Volleyball vs. Center Point, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. Center Point / Lincoln, 5pm

Friday, 09/27 – MHS Football vs. Ashville (Homecoming)

Saturday, 09/28 – MHS Volleyball – County Tournament, TBA

Girls Inc. Cool & Confident Workshop, 10am-3pm

Monday, 09/30 – MJHS Volleyball @ Lincoln, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm

Announcements – 9/3/13

Monthly Reminders

  • Character Education for the month of September is Self Esteem.
  • The MJHS Library collects Campbell’s labels, all kinds of printer ink cartridges and old cell phones to raise money for technology.
  • Lunch money – You may pay your child’s lunch money on the St. Clair County website.
  • All car riders must be dropped off and picked up at MHS.
  • If a student is tardy, a parent MUST come into the school office check him/her in.

Weekly Reminders

  • Jr. high softball evaluations have been cancelled for the week and will be rescheduled at a later date.
  • First priority meets every Wednesday morning in the library.

Upcoming Events At & Around MJHS

Tuesday, 09/03 – MJHS Football vs. Ashville, 5:30pm

MHS JV Football vs. Ashville

Thursday, 09/05 – MHS JV Volleyball @ Ashville, 4pm

MJHS Volleyball @ Ashville, 4:30pm

Friday, 09/06 – Make-up picture day

MHS Football vs. Walker

Monday, 09/09 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Lincoln, 5pm

MHS JV Volleyball vs. Lincoln, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Ashville / Lincoln, 5pm

Tuesday, 09/10 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Leeds, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball vs. Leeds / Shelby County, 5pm
MHS Volleyball vs. Leeds / Shelby County, 5:15pm

MJHS Football @ St. Clair County, 5:30pm

MHS JV Football @ St. Clair County

Thursday, 09/12 – MJHS Volleyball @ Duran, 2pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Pell City, 4:30pm

MHS Volleyball @ Pell City, 5:30pm

Friday, 09/13 – MHS Football @ Hayden

Saturday, 09/14 – MJHS / MHS JV Volleyball – Blue Devils Tournament, 9am

Monday, 09/16 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (7th grade)

MHS JV Volleyball @ Shelby County, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Shelby County, 5:45pm

Tuesday, 09/17 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (7th grade)

MHS JV Volleyball vs. Pinson Valley / St. Clair, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. Pinson Valley / St. Clair, 5pm

MJHS Football vs. Springville, 5:30pm

MHS JV Football vs. Springville

Wednesday, 09/18 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (8th grade)

Thursday, 09/19 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (8th grade)

MHS JV Volleyball vs. McAdory / Mortimer Jordan, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. McAdory / Mortimer Jordan, 5pm

Friday, 09/20 – Counseling Group Guidance – Healthy Nutrition (8th grade)

MHS Football vs. Center Point

Saturday, 09/21 – MJHS Volleyball @ Lincoln’s Tournament, 9am

Monday, 09/23 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Ashville, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Springville, 4:30pm

MHS Volleyball @ Springville / Wennonah, 5pm

Tuesday, 09/24 – MJHS Volleyball vs. Duran, 2pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Pinson Valley, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Pinson Valley, 5pm

MJHS Football vs. Tarrant (Homecoming), 5:30pm

Wednesday, 09/25 – MHS JV Volleyball @ McAdory, 5pm

Thursday, 09/26 – MHS JV Volleyball vs. Center Point, 5pm

MHS Volleyball vs. Center Point / Lincoln, 5pm

Friday, 09/27 – MHS Football vs. Ashville (Homecoming)

Saturday, 09/28 – MHS Volleyball – County Tournament, TBA

Monday, 09/30 – MJHS Volleyball @ Lincoln, 4:30pm

MHS JV Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm

MHS Volleyball @ Lincoln / Talladega, 5pm