:MHS will be hosting the "Spring Fling" for football players and parents on Monday, May 1 in the MHS North gym starting at 6 p.m. If you cannot make this meeting, contact Coach Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org
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Click on the following link to view the letter from Mattoon High School Principal Rich Stuart regarding information about graduation: MHS Graduation Info 2017
The Mattoon Middle School band is hosting an evening of food and music the annual Spaghetti Supper April 29. The meal is provided by Pagliacci's in Mattoon while you listen to live music featuring movie selections such as “The Incredibles,” “Star Wars,” “Ghostbusters,” and more! The event includes a silent auction, which features items generously donated by dozens of . . .
Mattoon High School Drama Club will present "The Addams Family: A New Musical Comedy." Two performances are scheduled for April 6 and 7 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $6 and available at the door. The book is by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice. Music and lyrics are by Andrew Lippa. Mattoon High School art students, under the direction of Janahn Kolden, art teacher, will host an art show and art sale April 6 in conjunction with the . . .
Officer Hurst, Officer Koop and Officer Patterson from the Mattoon Police Department gave a presentation today to second grade students at Arland D. Williams Jr. Elementary School. Students were able to meet the newest K-9 member of the team, Baine. Today, was his second day in training. This activity was a culminating activity for their unit on government and the story of "Officer Buckle and Gloria.”
Fourth and fifth grade teams representing Riddle and Williams Elementary School competed in the 11th Annual Battle of the Books April 20 at Williams. This year’s first place winning teams were 5 Guys, Books and Fries, representing fifth grade and Book Brainiacs representing fourth grade. The clash of literary knowledge challenges these teams to recall events in several books they have read throughout the school year. Fourth grade . . .
Riddle Elementary School fifth-graders in Stephanie Clevenger’s class recently visited Lincoln Log Cabin. The students learned what life was like in 1845.
Karl, Rabe, ag teacher, Mattoon High School, and a team of his students hosted a visit with the Riddle Elementary School Fifth Grade Environment Leadership Team. Students learned about FFA and team work. They also learned about using a torch to bend metal, how to propagate plants, the advances in aquaponics, and how to determine properties in soil. At the conclusion of the hands on-minds on day, students selected flowering plants from the . . .