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Rams' Pink Out Game to Tackle Cancer

MVTHS Ram’s football and the Future Business Leaders of America are teaming together again to hold the 2nd Annual Pink Out football game to Tackle Cancer.  The game will be on October 17th against Centralia.  Last year, this event raised $5000 to aid in finding a cure for breast cancer.  Pink Out shirts are available to all Ram's fans to purchase to wear at the game.  All proceeds from the sales of these shirts will be donated to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure.  Attached is an order form with shirt design for your convenience.  All long sleeves, hoodies, and sizes larger than XL will need . . . read more

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2014 - 2015 Cedarhurst Youth Ambassadors

The Administrative Counselors of Cedarhurst Center for the Arts welcomes the 2014-2015 Youth Ambassadors. Pictured: (left to right) Mt. Vernon Township High School students Jaxson Lewis, Taylor Roberts, Trey Riley, Riley Cornett, and the MVTHS faculty advisor to the Youth Ambassadors Mr. Rolland Mays. Mr. Mays is also a Cedarhurst Administrative Counselor. The Youth Ambassador program was initiated by Cedarhurst during the 2010-2011 school year to encourage involvement of students in area art related activities and events at . . . read more

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MVTHS - Fall ACT Assessment

Dear Parents/Guardians/Students: Wednesday, October 23 our junior students will be taking a practice ACT test.  The test is a retired test that is given to assess student performance and growth.  More importantly, the practice test provides students an opportunity to practice for the ACT test which will be given in March of 2015. The student's ACT score is very important as they prepare for colleges and careers.  The score is used by colleges to determine student acceptance, and financial aid.  A one or . . . read more

 
 

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