MNHS Online

Spreading awareness of global issues

Christina Youn, Front Editor

November 17, 2015

In order to inform students about the Malala Fund and social injustices around the world, English teacher and Amnesty sponsor Ronda Betzold also planned a field trip for her Honors English 9 classes. They watched the film “He Named Me Malala” at Film Streams. “I organized the trip for the ninth...

Overtime thriller sends Mustangs football back to state championship

Overtime thriller sends Mustangs football back to state championship

Liam Hession, Staff Writer

November 16, 2015

A hush fell onto the student section Friday evening as the Mustangs lined up to go for the two-point conversion. Everyone held their breath as the entire season fell onto this last play, if the Mustangs scored they would go to state. If not, then they went home in disappointment. From the beginning Millard...

Come on down, meet the nicest kids in town

Come on down, meet the nicest kids in town

Anna Bartholet, News Editor

October 23, 2015

Get ready to run and tell all of your friends that MN is going to be featuring the nicest kids in town. For the fall musical debut on October 29, “Hairspray” will hit the stage with its critically acclaimed Broadway songs and dances. This musical is unique to MN for a variety of reasons. From its...

Technology in sports

Christina Youn, Front Editor

October 3, 2015

Not only is new technology being incorporated into the classroom setting this year, but it is also slowly being integrated into sports. The new varsity soccer coach, James Abueg, has not only brought a new coaching style with him, but new technology as well. “I really enjoy using the Remind App....

Transforming Teaching Tactics

Christina Youn, Front Editor

October 3, 2015

"Google technology is definitely new to me. I am taking advantage o what it has to offer. Every time i use it, i am learning something new!" -Mila O'brien

National Honor Society brushes up Nebraska

Olivia Johannes, Feature Editor

October 3, 2015

"It was a very rewarding moment when we could step back and see all of the work we had done for Mr. Thomas." -Senior Sarah Suh

Looking down the road

Camryn Mottl, Staff Writer

October 3, 2015

Students have the experience of taking classes about specific occupations through Millard Public Schools by doing Academy, taking college classes in Education, Business, and Culinary. Now, there is a new program, the Explorer Program that also gives students experience through different careers. Counselor...

A new way to look at class rank

Anna Bartholet, News Editor

October 2, 2015

"We believe the new system will be very effective, and we are leading the other metro school districts in responding to the changing nature of admissions nationwide..."