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Yearbook

Attention students: Signature inserts for the 2019 yearbook are now available at the bookstore. Don't miss your chance to have your friends write a special end of the year message! Inserts are FREE to anyone who has already purchased a 2018-2019 yearbook. Books will be shipped home over the summer so don't miss your chance to get your signature pages now!

Science Olympiad

If you think Ornithology is for the birds then you are correct! Science Olympiad is organizing field trips this month to take advantage of the great migration. See a team member or Mr. Ramsey in I-103 for details.

Future Leaders

The last Future Leaders meeting of the year will be Friday at 7am in C lecture. Come with ideas for next year. All are welcome!

Student Government

Attention Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors: Homecoming 2019 will be here before we know it! Please take a minute to complete the survey in schoology regarding possible themes for next year. Homecoming 2019 Possible Themes Thank you!

Mock Trial

Do you like to argue? Objection! Do you want to learn about the law? Sustained! Do you want to see what it might be like to be a prosecutor or a witness? Mock Trial Club is for you! We will be holding a Mock Trial Club Informational Meeting on May 15, 2019 from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (it may not take the entire hour) in Paradigm. Please come and learn about Mock Trial Club. If you cannot attend the meeting, but you are still interested in Mock Trial Club, please email Mrs. DiNovo at dinovo@mentorschools.org.

Improv Club

Improv is not over yet for the year! We will meet one last time in A-Lec from 2:30 to 4:30 Friday. Bring a friend!

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad News: Attention rising 10th graders. You are invited to stop by I-103 and to say hi. Monday 2:30 -2:45 PM. We will talk about the new events for 2020. There will be ice cream!

Improv Club

Improv is not over yet for the year! We will meet one last time in A-Lec from 2:30 to 4:30 on Friday, May 10th. Bring a friend!

Science Olympiad

Congratulations to the HS Science Olympiad Team that earned the 4th place trophy.The team earned medals in 17 of the 24 events. This year's team showed extreme dedication spending their Spring "break" and succeeding Saturdays at "study parties". It paid off. Our state score was 128 which was 86 points better than the season average of 214.

Science Olympiad

Good luck our Science Olympiad team this weekend in Columbus. Mentor's top scientists and engineers have been preparing since September for the final showdown at OSU. Go Cards!

Fishing Club

On June 4th the Fishing Club is sponsoring a Lake Erie perch charter. Only 13 students will be able to attend...sign up in Mr. Nemunaitis' office (A115-Unit 12 Office)

World Travelers

There is still a few spaces left for the World Travelers trip to Paris, Switzerland and Nice! Don't lose out on this experience of a lifetime! We will be having dinner at the Eiffel Tower, visiting the Louvre, taking a French cooking class and visiti

Inkwell

Inkwell does not meet today but we WILL meet next Thursday for our chance to say goodbye and have pizza with the seniors as they prepare to leave for Capstone and Senior Project.

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club Members- Our Final Meeting/Picnic is scheduled for Monday, April 29 (cooking) and Tuesday, April 30th (picnic). Please sign up in room D-105 if you are attending. See you then.

CARDS

CARDS Bullying Prevention Club is sponsoring a Senior Citizen Prom on May 1st - Wednesday from 6-8. See Mr. Nemunaitis for details and to sign up in A115-Unit 12 office.

Business Management

Ross and Rachel were on a break but not anymore, the business management class will be selling t-shirts inspired by the hit show Friends. They will be selling them in the student center during lunch mods.

Business Management

Do you keep losing all of your credit cards? Do you need another way to express your inner Cardinal? Then you need a phone wallet! Being sold all week for only $3 in the cafeteria! Get one!!

Cardinal Lab

Did you know 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder? Autism spectrum disorder affects all nationalities, creeds, all races and both genders. It doesnt differentiate or affect only one group or another. Each child with autism spectrum disorder is a unique individual; people with ASD differ as much from one another as do all people. The month of April is Autism Awareness Month. The Cardinal Lab and work study students will be selling Autism Awareness shirts in the spirit store located in the bookstore and student center starting 4/10 through 4/18. The t-shirts are $12.00 and can be purchased with cash or check. The money raised will go towards various instructional and vocational training needs for those with ASD and other disabilities. Please contact Mrs. Bidlack in the spirit store for more info!

Future Leaders

Future Leaders will have its meeting this Friday in C digilab. Anyone who has participated in the club at all this year is welcome to come and run for an office. Get a month to shadow the current officers before all of our seniors leave.

Other

Tickets for the 2019 Mentor Prom will go on sale Monday, April 15th. Tickets are $36.00 per person and $70.00 per couple. Please remember to fill out a guest approval form if you are bringing a non-mentor student. Forms can be picked up in the unit 12 office or the bookstore and are required to purchase tickets.

Other

Do you keep losing all of your credit cards? Do you need another way to express your inner Cardinal? Then you need a phone wallet! Being sold all week for only $3 in the cafeteria! Get one!! Sales start Tuesday, April 9th.

Mock Trial

Entries for the Lake County Bar Association Law Day Art Contest are being accepted through next Monday. Entries must depict the theme "Free Speech. Free Press. Free Society". Details can be found at www.lawday.org or stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for information.

World Travelers

Bonjour! Are you ready for a trip of a lifetime? Dinner at the Eiffel Tower, a french cooking class, seeing the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, and visiting a chocolate factory in Switzerland are just a few of the things planned for the World Travelers 2020 trip to Paris, Switzerland and Nice. If you will be a Mentor High School student in 2019-2020 please see Mrs. Ambrus or Mrs. Toot in room D-104 for more information. Space is limited!

Movie Club

Movie Club! Today(Tuesday) we'll meet for our first film! make sure you have your permission slips with you and come by room F107 after school. We'll be watching, "TRON". Hope to see you then. If you want more information or need a permission slip, come by room F107 after school.

Future Leaders

Future Leaders remember we are making blankets for babies in the hospital on Wednesday after school in the cafeteria. Bring your supplies and your friends to make tie blankets. All welcome!

Theatre

Good morning, Mentor Schools families! Beginning in two weeks our talented and hard-working Mentor High School theater students will be performing their spring musical - The Most Happy Fella - at the Mentor Schools Fine Arts Center. You can get tickets and choose your seats here: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/mentor-high-school-9482696453

Spanish Club

Spanish club is cancelled for today, March 27. For anyone who needs it, extra help will still available tomorrow March, 28 in room B210.

World Travelers

Bonjour! Are you ready for a trip of a lifetime? Dinner at the Eiffel Tower, a french cooking class, seeing the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, and visiting a chocolate factory in Switzerland are just a few of the things planned for the World Travelers 2020 trip to Paris, Switzerland and Nice. If you will be a Mentor High School student in 2019-2020 please see Mrs. Ambrus or Mrs. Toot in room D-104 for more information. Space is limited!

Inkwell

Inkwell! The Inkwell will meet on Thursday this week in F107 right after school. Hope to see all Inkwell members there!

Ecology Club

Join Ecology club! Are you looking for an easy way to get those community service hours? Do you want to make a direct impact on helping the school and the environment? Do you like FREE pizza? If so Stop by C-106 Thursday the 28th right after school.

Other

This week, come decorate a star in the Student Center for $1. Each star you buy gets one raffle ticket to win a $25 gift card! All-stars will be hung during the prom for Students with Disabilities hosted by Leadership Lake County. Come help us help others and win a gift card!

Ecology Club

Join Ecology club! Are you looking for an easy way to get those community service hours? Do you want to make a direct impact on helping the school and the environment? Do you like FREE pizza? If so Stop by C-106 Thursday the 28th right after school.

Cooking Club

Attention Cooking Club members: It's Easter candy time! Are next meeting will be Tuesday, March 26th, after school. Please sign up outside of room D-105 by Monday if you are attending.

Future Leaders

Future Leaders will meet Friday at 7am in C digilab. We welcome new members and invite you to come check us out.

World Travelers

Bonjour! If you will be a Mentor High student in grades 9-12 during the 2019-2020 school year and are interested in having dinner at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, seeing the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, and visiting a chocolate factory in Switzerland then join the World Travelers for an informational meeting this Thursday, March 21st from 7-7:30 at the Paradigm. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Ambrus or Mrs. Toot.

Movie Club

Mentor Movie Club is back! Pick up a form in front of room F107 for dates and information. Students must have a signed permission slip in order to watch the movies screened. First screening is next week!

Student Government

The feed Lake County food drive is starting and student government is very excited to work with you yet again for this great cause. So every teacher is going to be competing against each other for this fundraiser. The students who have the winning teacher will receive a donut party. Each student who brings in 3 or more canned food items will receive a raffle ticket for prizes that will be announced each day on the morning announcements starting Thursday.

Student Government

Want to help out your community in a positive way and win a gift card? Leadership Lake County will be selling Stars to Shine for $1 during the week of March 18-22. These stars will be hung up during the Deepwood Prom for students with disabilities that Leadership Lake County is hosting. Each star gets you one raffle ticket, so come make this event even more special!

Other

The MHS PTSA is now accepting applications for the 2019 Homecoming Student Chairperson. Applications are available through schoology or infinite campus or by emailing mentorhspts@gmail.com and are due no later than March 18th. This is for current 9th, 10th and 11th grade students. Thank you!

General

Sports

There will be a meeting for anyone interested in running XC on Thursday, May 16 @ 2:30 in A-Lec.

Sports

Do you enjoy sports? Are you interested in a career in sports medicine, athletic training, physical therapy, or anything in the medical field? If yes, then being a student athletic training aide is for you! Student aides assist Mentor athletes with taping, wrapping, basic first aid, and prevention of athletic injuries. Student aides are assigned to a team and can earn a varsity letter, and receive community service hours. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity, then please pick up an informational packet from the athletic office.

Sports

Attention: any girl interested in playing soccer this fall, an informational meeting will be held on Monday May 13th at 7pm. Stay tuned for details!

Guidance

If you're looking for a part-time summer job or a full-time job, be sure to check the Job Board located outside the Bookstore. Many local employers need help and this could be the opportunity you've been waiting for!

Sports

There will be a meeting for girls interested in playing tennis this fall at Mentor High School on Thursday May 9th at 6:30pm in A lecture Hall of Mentor High School. Interested students and parents should plan on attending this meeting.

Guidance

Seniors please be sure your lunch accounts are paid off and that you are signed off.

Guidance

Seniors participating in Senior Project and taking online classes: Your online classes need to be complete before you can check out. Please make sure that all course work is done by May 3.

Guidance

Seniors participating in Senior Project and taking online classes: Your online classes need to be complete before you can check out. Please make sure that all course work is done by next Friday, May 3.Seniors please be sure your lunch accounts are paid off and that you are signed off.

Guidance

Attention sophomore and junior boys. We are in need of more male 6th grade camp counselors for next year! Do not miss this opportunity to help 6th graders experience a great week of camp! Please see the link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1S1_NYF8RS98ol6hjPQjp_54ellZfwvjLSWI573ARjEA

Guidance

Project SALES is a leadership and service learning project for high school students in Lake and Geauga Counties. The mission of SALES is to provide an educational experience for high school students that allows them to explore local issues that impact them and their community, as well as how these issues fit into the larger context of the state of Ohio. The students who participate in Project SALES will engage in multiple leadership development and project planning days during the 2019-2020 school year as well as a service trip facilitated by the Appalachian Service Project during winter break. Interested students should sign up with Mrs. Pizzuti in the Guidance Office.

Guidance

Attention Juniors: Are you interested in a career in Broadcasting or Journalism? Mentor is offering 2 Senior internships for next school year working with professionals in Community Relations and Broadcasting Video Production. Internship applications are located in the CTE office A214. Please see Mr. Glavan with any questions. All applications are due today.

 

If you're looking for a part-time summer job or a full-time job, be sure to check the Job Board located outside the Book Store. Many local employers need help and this could be the opportunity you've been waiting for!

Guidance

Representatives from the Ashtabula and Geauga County Campuses of Kent State University will be visiting MHS on April 30 at 9:15. If you'd like to learn about educational opportunity the these Kent State regional campuses, sign-up on Naviance.

Guidance

Attention Juniors: Are you interested in a career in Broadcasting or Journalism? Mentor is offering 2 Senior internships for next school year working with professionals in Community Relations and Broadcasting Video Production. Internship applications are located in the CTE office A216. Please see Mr. Glavan with any questions. All applications are due by April 18.

Guidance

A representative from Lakeland Community College will be visiting MHS on April 29 at 10:15. If you'd like to learn about educational opportunities at Lakeland after graduation, sign up on Naviance.

Guidance

Attention sophomore and junior boys. We are in need of more male 6th grade camp counselors for next year! Do not miss this opportunity to help 6th graders experience a great week of camp! Please see the link in the schoology announcements. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1S1_NYF8RS98ol6hjPQjp_54ellZfwvjLSWI573ARjEA

Guidance

The next Drivers' Ed course begins on Monday, April 23. Classes start after school at 2:45 in Lecture Room B. Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the Bookstore for details anregistration information. Or, go to: www.NationalDriverTrainingOhio.com/mentor

Guidance

Project SALES is a leadership and service learning project for high school students in Lake and Geauga Counties. The mission of SALES is to provide an educational experience for high school students that allows them to explore local issues that impact them and their community, as well as how these issues fit into the larger context of the state of Ohio. The students who participate in Project SALES will engage in multiple leadership development and project planning days during the 2019-2020 school year as well as a service trip facilitated by the Appalachian Service Project during winter break. Interested students should sign up with Mrs. Pizzuti in the Guidance Office

Guidance

The Junior Women's Club of Mentor is looking for dependable teen aides for this summer's Safety Town. There will be 2 sessions, each a week long, starting June 3. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for an application or go to www.mentorjuniorwomen.org

Guidance

Attention Sophomores and Juniors: There are still spots available for LAB. Learning about Business, is a week-long program that will be held in June on the campus of Lake Erie College. Lab participants will form teams and run a business. Youll learn from the best and apply real-world business principles, network with dozens of top area business professionals and compete with other teams for awards. Lab is sure to provide you with life and career tools no matter what career you choose. More information is available in the guidance office, room A-114.

Guidance

LEAF is presenting a Transition to College Session on Thursday April 18th at 6:30 pm. Learn about the college experience: Is graduation in 4 years still possible? How can you plan a successful transition from high school to college both academically and financially? Learn how borrowing in college affects your adult finances. The session will be at the LEAF Resource Center at Lakeland Community College Room A-2101. Please register for the session by calling 440-525-7095 or https://leaf-ohio.org/calendar/category/resource-center-sessions/

Guidance

Youll learn from the best and apply real-world business principles, network with dozens of top area business professionals and compete with other teams for awards. Lab is sure to provide you with life and career tools no matter what career you choose. Sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply. More information is available in the guidance office, room A-114.

PTSA

Please join the PTSA for our next regular meeting on Monday April 15, 2019 at 5:30pm at the Paradigm. We will be reviewing some proposed Bylaw changes, voting on the new executive board for 2019/2020, providing updates on the scholarship, homecoming and reflections committees. Please note the 2019 Scholarship application is now available in room A114 for any Senior that is a member of our PTSA. This is due April 23rd. We are currently looking for a committee chair for the Staff Appreciation Week committee. If you are a member and are interested please let us know. If you are not a member it is not too late to join! You are invited to stay after the meeting for a special presentation from Mr Lynch regarding Digital Citizenship starting at 7:00pm.

Guidance

Juniors: Are you interested in a career in Broadcasting or Journalism? Mentor is offering 2 internships next year working with professionals in Community Relations & Broadcasting Video Production. Applications can be found in the CTE office, A216.

Guidance

Project SALES is a leadership and service learning project for high school students in Lake and Geauga Counties. The mission of SALES is to provide an educational experience for high school students that allows them to explore local issues that impact them and their community, as well as how these issues fit into the larger context of the state of Ohio. The students who participate in Project SALES will engage in multiple leadership development and project planning days during the 2019-2020 school year as well as a service trip facilitated by the Appalachian Service Project during winter break. Interested students should sign up with Mrs. Pizzuti in the Guidance Office

Guidance

Seniors: The Final countdown is on! There are only 5 days left to fill out your Senior Project forms. Located in Schoology.

Guidance

Entries for this contest are being accepted through April 8. Entries must depict the theme "Free Speech. Free Press. Free Society". Details can be found at www.lawday.org or stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for information.

Guidance

The next Drivers' Ed course begins on Monday, April 8. Classes start after school at 2:45 in Lecture Room B. Pick up a Drivers' Ed flyer at the Bookstore for details and registration information. Or, go to: www.NationalDriverTrainingOhio.com/mentor

Guidance

A representative from Bowling Green will be visiting MHS on Monday, April 8 at 9:15. If you'd like to learn about opportunities and the admissions process at BG, you can sign up on Naviance.

Guidance

Mentor High Schools English AIR tests take place this Thursday and Friday, April 4 and 5. All students currently enrolled in English 9 and English 10 must sit for these exams. In addition, students who took these exams in the past but did not score high enough may be scheduled as well. The testing block will run from 7:20 to 9:35 am. We will run a modified bell schedule for the rest of the school day. Students who are testing need to be in their assigned testing rooms by 7:15 am. All other students do not need to report to school until 9:40 am. Students who arrive to school before 9:40 am must stay in the student center during the testing block. Students -- you can find your testing location on your Infinite Campus class schedule at the bottom of the schedule. Make sure you bring your MacBook fully charged and ready to go. Students need to bring ear buds as well. These exams are vital for your graduation requirements so make sure you get a good night sleep the night before the test and eat breakfast the morning of the test. Good luck on your exams!

Guidance

The Art Department would like to invite you to join us for "LIVING ON THE LAKE" Mentor High School Student Art Exhibit in the Paradigm on Wednesday, April 17th from 7-9 pm! The exhibit promises to be a great experience and a chance for students to showcase their artwork for staff, parents, peers and the community. Please plan to attend and bring your family and friends! The show is free and open to the public, although there will be food trucks available and art to purchase.

Guidance

Are you looking for a job? If so, be sure to check out the Job Board located outside the Bookstore. Many local companies are looking for spring and summer workers.

Guidance

Attention interested College Credit Plus students: The deadline to submit the Letter of Intent to Participate in CCP is today April 1!. The State of Ohio requires that both new and returning CCP students submit this written notice of their intent to participate for the upcoming academic year. The Letter of Intent to Participate form can be dropped off to Mrs. Pizzuti in A-114. Students who fail to submit the Letter of Intent to Participate by the deadline will be unable to participate in the College Credit Plus program during the 2019-2020 academic year. Please see your school counselor with questions.

Guidance

Seniors: Senior Project Proposal forms are due on April 12, less than 2 weeks away. Both forms are located on Schoology in the Proposal form folder. Make sure to get it done so you can go! This is not an April Fools Joke!!

Guidance

The Junior Women's Club of Mentor is looking for dependable teen aides for this summer's Safety Town. There will be 2 sessions, each a week long, starting June 3. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for an application or go to www.mentorjuniorwomen.org

Guidance

A representative from Bowling Green will be visiting MHS on Monday, April 8 at 9:15. If you'd like to learn about opportunities and the admissions process at BG, you can sign up on Naviance.

Guidance

If you took the ASVAB test on March 22, you can pick up your scores in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

If you took the ASVAB test on Friday, March 22, you can pick up your test results in the Guidance Office, room A114.

Guidance

A representative from Bowling Green will be visiting MHS on Monday, April 8 at 9:15. If you'd like to learn about opportunities and the admissions process at BG, you can sign up on Naviance.

Guidance

Sophomores interested in attending a leadership workshop this summer are encouraged to apply to be the delegate to the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Seminar to be held in June. (HOBY) This weekend event brings sophomores from all over Ohio together to participate in hands-on leadership activities, meet business and community leaders and explore your own personal leadership skills while learning how to make a positive impact on your community. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

Guidance

Attention interested College Credit Plus students: The deadline to submit the Letter of Intent to Participate in CCP is April 1, 2019. The State of Ohio requires that both new and returning CCP students submit this written notice of their intent to participate for the upcoming academic year. The Letter of Intent to Participate form can be dropped off to Mrs. Pizzuti in A-114. Students who fail to submit the Letter of Intent to Participate by the deadline will be unable to participate in the College Credit Plus program during the 2019-2020 academic year. Please see your school counselor with questions.

Guidance

The following Wednesdays (March 27, April 3, April 10, and April 17), all freshmen students are REQUIRED to report to lunch study halls for the next 5 Wednesdays. This includes all aides.

Guidance

Is your student considering a military career or serving in the military as an option to fund their education past high school? Join LEAF on Thursday, April 4th at 6:30pm for the Military Options Session. A panel of military branches will discuss their benefits and help you discover which branch will fit you best. The session will be held at the LEAF Resource Center in Lakeland Community College's room A-2101, 7700 Clocktower Drive. Please register for the session online at https://leaf-ohio.org/calendar/category/resource-center-sessions/, or call 440-525-7095 to reserve a seat. Parents are encouraged to attend with their student.

Guidance

Sophomores interested in attending a leadership workshop this summer are encouraged to apply to be the delegate to the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Seminar to be held in June. (HOBY) This weekend event brings sophomores from all over Ohio together to participate in hands-on leadership activities, meet business and community leaders and explore your own personal leadership skills while learning how to make a positive impact on your community. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

Guidance

Any student interested in becoming a counselor for 6th grade camp next year please log on to schoology, follow the camp counselor application link and complete the application. For next year 6th Grade camp will be held at Camp Fitch in early September. Please read the information in the application for complete details.

Guidance

Attention interested College Credit Plus students: The deadline to submit the Letter of Intent to Participate in CCP is April 1, 2019. The State of Ohio requires that both new and returning CCP students submit this written notice of their intent to participate for the upcoming academic year. The Letter of Intent to Participate form can be dropped off to Mrs. Pizzuti in A-114. Students who fail to submit the Letter of Intent to Participate by the deadline will be unable to participate in the College Credit Plus program during the 2019-2020 academic year. Please see your school counselor with questions.

Guidance

And then there were only 3 weeks left to fill out the Senior Project Proposal forms located on Schoology. The time will go fast so get this done as soon as possible.

Guidance

Attention Juniors: Applications are now being accepted for Buckeye Boys and Buckeye Girls State programs which will be held next summer. Buckeye State is a hands-on workshop that provides you the experience of living on a college campus, learning leadership and management skills combined with teaching you about how our Ohio government operates and functions. Juniors with an interest in government or looking for a leadership opportunity are invited to apply. Stop by the Guidance Office, room A114, for more information.

Guidance

Seniors, check out the new scholarships: Fairfax Elementary, Lake Elementary, Ridge Middle School & Lake County Right to Life Essay Contest. Also, for engineering/construction students: Richard Small Memorial (2/$1,000). Info in Guidance, A114.

Guidance

Any student interested in becoming a counselor for 6th grade camp next year please log on to schoology, follow the camp counselor application link and complete the application. For next year 6th Grade camp will be held at Camp Fitch in early September. Please read the information in the application for complete details.

Guidance

Attention Continuing CCP Students: Academic advisors from Lakeland Community College will be coming to Mentor High to register students who would like to take classes during the Summer 2019 and/or Fall 2019 semesters. Advisors will be located in the Upper Hub March 21st. No appointments are needed. Student may meet with advisors during a study hall or free mod. Please see your school counselor with questions if you are unsure of which classes you should register for.

Guidance

The Armed Services Vocational Ability Test (ASVAB) will be given this Friday at 7:30am in the Fine Arts Center lobby. The ASVAB can be used to help you take a look at career options, 2 and 4-year colleges, ROTC, military academies, military service and vocational training. Sign up in the Guidance Office, room A114.

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A current student at Yale University will be visiting MHS on Tuesday, March 19 at 10:00. She'd like to meet with students interested in attending Yale. She will talk about admissions & life at Yale. Sign up on Naviance if you'd like to attend.

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Congratulations to the Mentor High School Black History Month Writing Contest Winners: 1st Place: Hailey Hunter, 2nd Place: Briana Williams, and 3rd Place: James Ferro. You will be called to the office in the next few weeks to receive your prizes.

Guidance

A current student at Yale University will be visiting MHS on Tuesday, March 19 at 10:00. She'd like to meet with students interested in attending Yale. She will talk about admissions & life at Yale. Sign up on Naviance if you'd like to attend.