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Author Profile: Zack Lesmeister

Author Profile: Zack Lesmeister

Jackson Estwanick, Production Editor/ Executive Producer

January 10, 2019

Donning a white dress and knee high black boots with a purse to match, he walks on stage to perform. Cars pass in the window behind him as he positions his hands on his lower abdomen. He begins to read, and the crowd leans in to listen. They are listening to Zack Lesmeister, 2017 Youth Poet Laureate,...

MHSNews | Ballin’ For A Cure

MHSNews | Ballin' For A Cure

Jackson Estwanick and Jen Bosche

January 5, 2019

On Friday, January 4, Student Council, along with the basketball and cheer programs, hosted Ballin' for a Cure to raise money for cancer research.

MHSNews | Jingle Bell Jazz

MHSNews | Jingle Bell Jazz

Jackson Estwanick, Production Editor/ Executive Producer

December 7, 2018

On Sunday, December 2, Jazz Band hosted a holiday performance in the MHS Commons, and provided refreshments.

Buddy Class Goes Caroling

Acting 1 performs ¨Frosty the Snowman¨ in one of the FACS rooms during fifth hour on Tuesday.

Waha Siddiqui and Jordyn Reid

December 5, 2018

Olivia Meier, sophomore, heard commotion outside her fifth hour classroom  Tuesday. Puzzled, she peered outside and saw a group of students jingling bells and singing holiday songs. “They came in with such a cheer that instantly made me feel happy and I really enjoyed the atmosphere they ...

New York Times Bestselling Author Inspires Young Readers

Stone speaks during fourth hour to a group of select students.

Sam Hall and Jadynne Watts

December 5, 2018

New York Times best-selling author Nic Stone visited students the afternoon of Nov. 29  to speak about her books “Dear Martin” and “Odd One Out” and to give inspiration as well. Stone said she gained her inspiration for  “Dear Martin” from an incident, Nov. 23, 2012 in Jacksonvi...

Musician Earns Youtube Views With Original Song

Musician Earns Youtube Views With Original Song

Jen Bosche and Jackson Estwanick

December 3, 2018

The camera is set up. The ukulele is tuned. The song has been practiced a million times. There are a few mess ups while recording but the end product is just right. Finally, it is uploaded on the computer and published to YouTube. This is the process many YouTube cover singers take. But Marysa Leopando, s...

MHSNews 18-19 | Episode 3

MHSNews 18-19 | Episode 3

Jackson Estwanick, Lexie Diekroeger, and Shon Sayfuddinov

November 29, 2018

MHSNews shares glimpses of certain school communities and cultures, as well as acts of kindness. -------------------- Stories this episode- "School Skating Culture"- Jackson Estwanick, executive producer, interviews a group of skaters and captures their skills. "Faculty Increases Cultural Awareness"-...

MHSNews | Fall Fashion

MHSNews | Fall Fashion

Jordyn Reid, Staff Reporter

November 20, 2018

Fall fashion is flourishing at MHS. Senior Elena McCormick shared some her favorite seasonal outfits, as well as some tips on how students can be more fashionable in the colder months.

Photo wins money for Art Department

Photo wins money for Art Department

Kayla Schweitzer and Connor Karst

November 16, 2018

She’s tackled everything from family portraits to graduations and senior portraits to weddings. She’s even waited for more than 10 hours in extreme summer heat to get the perfect shot of a lizard eating an ant. On Nov. 1, Micaela Piacentino, senior, won first place in the Hometown Hardee's H...

MHSNews | Preparing for Regionals

MHSNews | Preparing for Regionals

Kyla Zerweck, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2018

Junior Varsity and Varsity cheer is competing in the St. Louis Cheer Regionals on November 10th at St. Francis Borgia Regional High School. MHSNews attended a practice to see how prepared the squad is for competition.

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