Thank you for supporting the children of Streets Ministries through bringing books in accordance with eighth-grader, Luke Wilfong, and his Eagle Scout project. Mr. Tenent's advising group won the doughnut prize as they collected 90 titles.
Soccer players are encouraged to register for MUS Soccer Camp held on campus June 17-21 from 9:00 a.m.--Noon. Varsity Head Coach Vincent Beck is encouraging the concept of a Team Camp where players and coaches can bond, setting the stage for a healthy 2013-14 run for all of our numerous teams.
Students from other schools are both encouraged and welcome to attend, so pass the word to potential campers in order that we receive a good number of players where the competition and spirits will be strong.
Avoid Calvin's temptation to change the focus. We're outta here next Friday. Time to Grit and Grind, you know!?
Speaking of, Seventh-graders, you get a break of sorts as you are not in school tomorrow. Enjoy watching the Griz tonight! Eighth graders... well, study in the daylight so you can tune-in as is necessary.
Download LSexams Sem 2 2013 for all the info you should need to know. If we made a mistake, or if you request clarification, please email us at the contact info on the left of this page, or telephone the office, 901.260.1360.
If you have gently used children's books at home, and MUS textbooks are now your son's priority, he can bring them to school as a donation to Streets Ministries. Eighth-grader, Luke Wilfong, is organizing an Advisory Group drop-off system in the Springfield foyer for his Eagle Scout project. The winning AG gets a copious doughnut cache Friday, May 24.
Last Friday, we inducted the 2013 Order of the Owl class. To be eligible, boys must accumulate a weighted academic average (90 for eighth-graders, 93 for seventh-graders) over the course of the year while demonstrating excellent citizenship in accordance with the MUS Honor Code and the MUS Community Creed.
We are, indeed, blessed to have such disciplined students in our midst, and we hope to continue encouraging them to develop into academically sound students, well-rounded young men of strong moral character.