It’s hard to believe that another school year has come to an end and it won’t be long before students are walking through the front doors of MV, eager to begin the 2019‐20 school year. I want to thank everyone from the students, staff, administration, school board and patrons for making this year a very special one. Of course, as we reflect back on this school year and celebrate the many accomplishments, I ask that we also reflect on the areas that we can ALL improve on as we move forward. 

Speaking of ‘accomplishments’, our athletic programs finished up the Spring of 2018‐19 as one of the most successful in school history: 

BASEBALL: Finished the season with a 21‐2 record Best record & most wins in school history #1 Seed in Regional Tournament – 5th #1 seed in 6 years 2019 Regional Runner‐up 2019 League Champions 4th League Title in 5 years Flint Hills All‐League Selections – 1st Team: Carter Phillips, P; Cohle Phillips, C; Trevor Moore, IF; Chase Meyer, DH; 2nd Team: Dayton Logan, IF; Dawson Logan, OF; Honorable Mention: Chris Hough, P 

SOFTBALL: Finished the season with a 16‐7 record #2 Seed in Regional Tournament 2019 Regional Runner‐up 2019 League Champion Back to Back League Titles Flint Hills All‐League Selections – 1st Team: Hope Martin, IF; 2nd Team: Angela Akerstrom, P: Megan Deters, IF; MacKenzie Murray, OF; Honorable Mention: Abi Blindt, IF 

TRACK & FIELD: Caleb Lisk finished 11th in the Pole Vault with a personal best vault of 11’6” . Girls 4x100M Relay team of Shelby Kesler, MacKenzie Murray, Tatiana Halupa, & Megan Deters placed 10th as they ran their best time of the year, 52.95 

Brooke Roberts placed 15th in the Discus with a throw of 90’8” and 13th in the Shot Put with a throw of 33’4.50” 

FORENSICS: Placed 2nd at Flint Hills League; Qualified 9 for State Forensics tournament; Ashlyn Fast placed 6th in ’Serious Solo Acting’; Rebecca Emory placed 7th in ’Original Oration’ 

SCHOLARS BOWL: Placed 3rd at Flint Hills League; 6th at Regionals 

FHL All‐ACADEMIC TEAM: 57 MVHS Student‐Athletes qualified for this Honor Criteria: 1. Participation in two KSHSAA activities for that year 2. Must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA 3. Must be a full‐time student using KSHSAA criteria 

FIELD TRIPS – On May 10th the 8th Grade took their annual field trip to ‘Worlds of Fun’ while the 7th Grade went to Gage Park and the ‘Kansas Museum of History’. Both groups were well‐behaved and had a wonderful time. It was a great reward to end the school year! 

8th GRADE PROMOTION – 34 8th Graders participated in this year’s 8th Grade Promotion on Friday, May 17th These are just a few of the many highlights that happened at the end of this school year. 

Have a great Summer Break!!! 

SubmiƩed by, Rod Hasenbank, 7‐8 Principal/7‐12 A.D.