MHS Clubs and Activities

Club/Activity Faculty/Staff Advisor
Art Club Ms. Cring
Book Club Mrs. Ackerman
Drama Club Ms. Edson
Environmental Club Mrs. Alonge
Interact Club [Rotary International] Mrs. Petta
Jazz Band Mr.  Dunninger
Choral/Madrigal
Mrs. Bresnahan
Model UN Ms. Herring
National Honor Society Ms. Herring & Mrs. Petta
FCCLA
Mr. Judge
Student Council Mrs. Traudt & Mrs. Brunow
Yearbook Mrs. Tanzman
Robot Wars Mr. Keller
Connection Crew Mrs. Traudt & Mrs. Brunow
SADD Mrs. Gilmour & Mrs. Gruntler
Debate Club
Mr. Morris
Class of 2017 Mrs. Ackerman & Mr. Tringali
Class of 2018
Mrs. Wyman & Mrs. Pierantozzi
Class of 2019
Mrs. Herring & Mrs. DeRosa
Class of 2020

Mrs. Ackerman & Mrs. Sullivan

 

 

Drama Club

 

 

MHS Presents SHREK

 


 

THIS WEEK’S SCHEDULE:

 

Hello South Pacific Cast!

I hope you are enjoying your long
week end! Vocal rehearsals are going very well and once everybody gets
over being SICK we will be able to really start running. Please start
thinking about ads for your playbill-your club NEEDS this money and it's
dependent on you. See Eva for the ad form. I believe she will be
calling a meeting soon too.

REHEARSALS FOR THIS WEEK:

Wednesday, January 23rd: 2:30-4:00
Peter Kiewra

 

Thursday, January 24th: 2:30-4:00
Jessica, Colleen, Shelby, Laura, Emily, Elizabeth, Lydia

(Please tell Lilith if she wants to be in the show, to come on Wednesday and email me at: queeneileen4@hotmail.com)

At 3:30
ADD ALISON until 4
4:00-5:00
RYAN

 

Friday, January 24th: 2:30-4:30
Steve, Jo, Colleen, Jessica, Peter Ko, John, Alex, George, Corey

See you there-good luck with mid terms! Singing will help you to blow off some steam :)
IF YOU CANNOT BE THERE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW ASAP.

If you haven't received your script, see Sara Walenta.

ALSO, PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE COMPUTER ORCHESTRATION PROGRAM.

Thanks,

Mrs. Sclafani

 

 

I have tried very hard to work with your schedules, so please tell me if you won't be there.

The performances have officially been changed to April 5th, 6th and 7th!

Thanks! Good work last week!

`Mrs. Sclafani


Interact Club

What Polio Can Look Like

What Polio can look like

In 2008, there were 1655 reported cases of Polio around the world.  Imagine how far a few of your dollars can go in eradicating this epidemic forever.  Polio, since the release of its vaccination was temporarily eradicated and now it is back.  It is contagious; it can be paralytic.  It can kill.  Let’s do what we can to make sure it doesn’t strike us, or anyone else, ever again.

“We now have the means to protect our nation’s children against terrible diseases, such as polio…”

— Steve Cochi, MD

According to the Global Polio Eradication Initiative:

“It invades the nervous system, and can cause total paralysis in a matter of hours. It can strike at any age, but affects mainly children under three (over 50% of all cases). The virus enters the body through the mouth and multiplies in the intestine. Initial symptoms are fever, fatigue, headache, vomiting, stiffness in the neck and pain in the limbs. One in 200 infections leads to irreversible paralysis (usually in the legs). Amongst those paralyzed, 5%-10% die when their breathing muscles become immobilized. Although polio paralysis is the most visible sign of polio infection, fewer than 1% of polio infections ever result in paralysis. Poliovirus can spread widely before cases of paralysis are seen. As most people infected with poliovirus have no signs of illness, they are never aware they have been infected. After initial infection with poliovirus, the virus is shed intermittently in feces (excrement) for several weeks. During that time, polio can spread rapidly through the community.”

Polio

“If you want to save your child from polio, you can pray or you can inoculate. ... Choose science.”

— Carl Sagan

Model United Nations

The Model United Nations [UN] went to New York City to participate in the National High School Model UN Conference

Advisor:

Ms. Georgia Herring

Model UN Model UN
Model UN  

 

Senior Class

Class of 2009

Class Officers:

President: Matt Baez

Vice President: April Colley

Secretary: Nicole Dimisko

Treasurer: Dean Viggiano

Exciting Fundraising Opportunity

The Millbrook Educational Foundation and the Class of 2009 invite you to become part of our Walk of Pride fundraising campaign to benefit the Senior Class and the Millbrook Central School District. Proceeds will be directed towards the senior class trip and worthy programs and other initiatives for the Millbrook Central School District.

Download the order form

Yearbook

*YEARBOOK ORDER FORM*

I WOULD LIKE TO ORDER A H.S. YEARBOOK.  I HAVE ENCLOSED MY PAYMENT OF:

             (    ) $70 Paid IN FULL 10/01/2011-12/31/2011

             (    ) $80.00 Paid IN FULL FROM: 1/01/12-6/30/2012

             (    ) Payment Plan: Three payments of $25.00 due 12/1/2011, 2/1/2012 and 4/1/2012

             (    ) $65.00 PAID  if you get a business ad for the yearbook paid by December 16, 2011

Prices will continue to go up, so please order early to receive the best discount.

NAME: ___________________________________

GRADE: _______________

AMOUNT PAID_______

(  ) CHECK#:___________ (  ) CASH _______

       Please use a separate order form for each child.  Send payment & order form into school or mail it to: Marcia Tanzman, PO Box AA, Millbrook High School Yearbook, Millbrook, NY 12545

  * We will only accept pre-paid orders.  We WILL NOT have any extra books available for sale, so please order early.   Make checks payable to The Millbrook Central School District.

Call Mrs. Tanzman if you have any questions: 845-677-2510 ext. 2311.

*Class of 2012-Senior Information*

Senior Photograph - Memory Makers Studios will be in the High School on October 26, and November 2, during the school day to photograph seniors. Students will be assigned a sitting time by the yearbook club.   Boys must wear a shirt, tie and sport jacket.  Girls will be photographed wearing a drape. Seniors will also be photographed on school picture day in casual wear.

Parent or Business ad copy for the yearbook is due by 11/18/11.  If you need help in designing your ad, or would like our Yearbook Club to do it for you, please let us know.    

*Photographs*

We always need photographs.  We can’t be everywhere, so if you have some great photos, we would appreciate if you can share them with us.  You can log onto www.hjeshare.com to upload photos.  The Millbrook HS code is 3019193.