Please join us Thursday, January 26 at Hutchison School for a viewing of the provocative documentary, Screenagers, free and open to the public. The film is showing in the Weiner Theater, south side of campus.
The film is 1 hour long. We anticipate discussion, and while folks are welcome to hang around and chat for a bit, we reserved Friday, January 27 at MUS for a formal breakdown of the film's content. Please consider carving out Friday morning January 27, 8:15 a.m. at MUS, Wunderlich Auditorium, for the follow-up discussion led by the counseling staffs of Hutchison School, St. Mary's School, and MUS.
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With the presidential election over, we end our United States Constitution exercise for weekly demerit writing assignments.
Seeing how it's conveniently Friday the 13th, we start the new semester "old school," back where we came from when it comes to fair and reasonable consequences for boys who brush up against the law: The Rules of Civility. Here #CoachJoeTyler displays a fresh copy, one that a boy may retrieve from the office, take home, and work with over the weekend in preparation for submitting Tuesday after the long weekend. Demerits are posted in the hallways on the bulletin boards with specific instructions. All boys are encouraged to check said boards before they leave for the day.
We received encouragement from the Upper School's Basketball Homecoming t-shirt design. Encourage your sons to come support the Varsity Owls tonight against St. Benedict in what should be a great district game. No admission charge with MUS U-Card!
We invited over 150 girls to Saturday night's Lower School Dance, 8:00-10:00 p.m., Campus Center Dining Hall.
We have about 150 of our students planning on attending.
We do not have enough food and drink for that crowd at this time, and we want to be gracious hosts by providing enough for everyone.
Pictured here is the result of "one boy, one item" thus far. Please act now, and encourage Junior to bring his designated item to school or drop off what is his responsibility in advance of Saturday's dance.
We really need water, soft drinks, sweets, and 8-ounce Solo cups. Thank you!
Accepting sweet things, salty things, and drinks. No bring = no food for our numerous guests! Each boy contributes so the whole group thrives! Parental handholding will be required. Download DANCE Assignments, food, drinks, etc
Seventh grader Dex Jack '22 celebrates in the halls this morning with the Clemson faithful as he basks in the glory of winning the Lower School College Football Playoff bracket challenge as the result of Monday night's Tigers' victory over Alabama.
The spoils of victory? A Front-of-the-lunch-line pass. Good as gold.
This Thursday and next Thursday, our boys, here examples James Barton and Tamaz Young modeling the goods, may wear the 2017 Lower School Dance t-shirt during school in anticipation of our annual soiree Saturday, January 14, 8:00-10:00 in the Campus Center Dining Hall. Shirts are $15, on sale during lunch in the Lower School office for students and readily available for sale to parents/siblings/girlfriends dropping in to purchase one.
Beginning now, students are encouraged to bring their assigned party food (either sweets, salty snacks, or drinks) for safe keeping in their Advisory Groups before we transport them all next Saturday before the dance. Download DANCE Assignments, food, drinks, etc
Upper School principal Mr. Barry Ray holds an annual meeting for parents of our eighth grade students intent on MUS as their high school choice for their boys. We call him "Coach Ray," and his Upper School program for rising ninth grade parents will be in Hyde Chapel next Wednesday night, 7:00 p.m., no RSVP required. The meeting is just under an hour.