MPS implements program providing meals and resources to students

Emilia McLeod, Reporter

March 30, 2020

In average day-to-day life in the Monroe Public School District, free breakfast and lunch are offered to students in each school, along with their own Chromebooks for at-home work. So, when the outbreak of the Coronavirus cau...

Coronavirus effects 2020 elections

Maya Kasprzak, Reporter

March 21, 2020

As coronavirus concerns are increasing rapidly, many people are self-quarantining and cancelling large events. President Trump has limited gatherings across the country over ten people. Although this is in effort to slow the s...

MHS takes precautions to prevent spread of Coronavirus

Gabriella Anderson, Editor

March 12, 2020

Superintendent Julie Everly addressed the Coronavirus and the precautionary measures Monroe Public Schools is currently working on in a letter sent home to all MPS families and staff.  This is in direct response to governor Gretc...

MPS announces Middle College Program to be implemented at MHS

Emilia McLeod, Reporter

February 24, 2020

Many may be familiar with the concept of a middle college, as many teens are currently attending the one at Monroe County Community College. Monroe Public Schools is in the process of creating its own middle college program at M...

MHS Drama Club prepares for “Alice in Wonderland”

Delaney Setzler, Reporter

February 20, 2020

The MHS Drama Club is now in full preparation to present its spring production, “Alice in Wonderland” to students, staff and the community. The show, which is held in the MHS Auditorium, will be March 13-15. A student show ...

DECA sends students to state competition

Maya Kasprzak, reporter

February 11, 2020

Five MHS students will be attending the DECA state competition, the State Career Devolved Conference, in Downtown Detroit will be from March 5-7. Fourteen students attended the district competition at Eastern Michigan University...

Michigan deemed “No-Kill” state for shelter animals

Gabriella Anderson, Feature Editor

November 18, 2019

The Michigan Pet Fund Alliance has announced on multiple platforms that Michigan has been deemed a “No Kill” state in terms of animal shelters. The no kill status was achieved by the 90 percent live release rate on animals...

October raises awareness for bullying prevention

Shan-Toyria Morrow, Reporter

November 6, 2019

With Bullying Awareness Month (October) coming to an end, it is best to understand what bullying really is and how to stop it. Bullying is when a person wants to bring harm upon another person on purpose. This can be verbally, ...