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Electricity Swirling Around MCHS Industrial Arts Classes

Project Based Learning Approach Focuses on Skill Development

In case you haven't heard, things are changing in the MCHS Industrial Arts Shop.  There's a new instructor, Mrs. Sargent, that has been leading the class for the past couple of months, and the changes are already . . . read more

MJHS Students Rock at Math Competition!

6th Grade Takes 1st Place, 7th and 8th Graders Finish 2nd

Momence Jr. High recently held it's yearly Math Competition, and, as in years past, there was reason to celebrate.  MJHS students claimed the top spot in the 6th Grade A Division, squeaking past Watseka by 4 points, . . . read more

Share the Love

For the love of all that is healthy According to a recent national survey we commissioned, only 30% of parents feel very confident in their children's ability to make healthy decisions. It's a good thing, then, that Action for . . . read more

Some Things You Need to Know About the Census

  The 2020 Census is approaching.   Conducting a census is one of the first responsibilities our Founding Fathers mandated the federal government to carry out every ten years.  And for good . . . read more

MJHS Student News Continues to Evolve

Students Learning Daily Video Production

Have you subscribed to the MJHS Student News yet?  If you haven't, you're missing out.  Presented by MJHS students, this production continues to improve over the course of this school year.  Subscribe today! . . . read more

Health Alert: Vaping/Illinois Department of Public Health

Last week, IDPH learned of the death of an individual who had recently vaped and was hospitalized with severe respiratory illness. The number of cases of people reported to IDPH who have used e-cigarettes or vaped and have been hospitalized . . . read more

State Board of Education, Illinois State Police, join forces to educate teen drivers about Scott’s Law

Agencies share flyer about the “Move Over” Law with Illinois driver education programs

SPRINGFIELD  – Sixteen Illinois State Troopers have been struck or lost their lives on the road so far in 2019, compared to eight in all of 2018. The Illinois State Board of Education and the . . . read more

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