The MHS HOSA club, otherwise known as Future Heathcare Students of America, met Thursday Nov. 15. The club discussed several diffrent plans for future events. “I am excited for our Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta fundraiser!” said seinior HOSA club president Kaile Bouapheng. The club also discussed plans for attending the spring compettitive HOSA confrence. “It is exciting learning about the process of the confrence and i cant wait to compeate!” said junior club member Farhan Malick. The club plans on having two meetings this coming december; one with guest speaker Dr. Ross Montgomery O.D, and another meeting their end of the semester holiday party. Photo by Dani Davis
This morning in the auditorium, senior Huck McCollum (@huckmccollum_ ) officially signed in continuing his academic and lacrosse career at Young Harris College in Young Harris, Georgia. “The reaction I had was none-the-less of pure joy. Like a kid on Christmas waking up to see if Santa came. It honestly did not seem real,” McCollum said. Photo by: Shanon Woolf.
Today, the Web Design Club met for the third time this year to discuss the future of the club. Garrett Kemp, the president of the club, revealed to it's members that the club could possibly be seeing a re-branding in the near future. Web Design seems to be too specific. We want to get more involvement and we want to be open to all fields of technology, said Kemp. The club hasn't gotten the amount of members they had wished to see this year and Kemp wants to open up the club to a larger range of people. The plan still has to go through administration and they might not see the change until next year. Hopefully everything will work out the way we want it, said Kemp. The next club meeting will be on December 5.
Attention senior class of 2019: If your parents have yet to place an order for your senior ad in the yearbook, the deadline has been extended to FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16!! #ClassOf2019
The varsity Chiefs and Lady Chiefs basketball teams kick off regular season game play tonight at home against the East Coweta Indians. Girls will tip off at 6 and boys will tip off at 7:30. Senior Rylee Calhoun said, “We have high expectations set for our program this year. We’re a very competitive team that anticipates maximum effort every time we step on the court.” Photo by Sylvie Call.
McIntosh Choir sang at @cfa_peachtreecity today at 6. Senior Kalani Gella said,”It’s fun to perform what we know outside of class and perform without the stress of concerts”.
Attention Class of 2019, the deadline to create a senior ad for the yearbook is Friday, November 9! Follow the attached instructions and if you have any questions go see Ms. Woolf in room 115.
Senior night for the varsity football team is tonight. The game is a pink out to show the school’s support for breast cancer awareness month. Senior Caden Denison said, “I really feel like my freshman year was yesterday and now I look back and realize that now it is time to play my very last game of football ever. It is kind of a shock. “ Photo by: Sam Cornett
McIntosh students put the popular myth that high schoolers are too old to trick-or-treat to rest last night in celebration of Halloween. Junior Megan Gilreath said, “I love trick-or-treating- even as a junior! My friends and I dressed up as Disney characters and went from house to house seeking out candy. ” Check out the new story up on the McIntosh Trail to see how other Chiefs spent the holiday!