Homecoming 2021!

Posted 2021-05-27 05:12:55 | Views: 82
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Congratulations to the 2021 Homecoming Court. Homecoming is Friday 0ctober 1 at 7:00 at Robert Morris Field.

Kings
Mickhi Wedgest
Latrell Omega
Jaden Fogg
Samir Smith-Campbell

Queens
Ahrarria Coleman
Emily Fortino
Janiya Thomas
Ki'Mora Williams









Reading Olympics 2021

Posted 2021-05-25 08:38:46 | Views: 91
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 Tome Raiders Claim First Place
      The 2021 Tome Raiders captured a first place finish during its annual Reading Olympics campaign.
     Fearlessly led by captain, Aisha Moundir, the team prevailed despite a global pandemic.
     "I am so proud of them," said Ken Kelman, faculty advisor  to the group. "They enjoyed reading the books and the competition ."
     "Ms. Coley and Ms. Pilla were great too.  It was a team effort," said Kelman.
     "The team was ready and so were we!" said Pilla.
     17 teams high school teams competed this year.  
     Due to the pandemic, teams competed on Kahoot!.
     The Bucks County Reading Olympics is an annual celebration of reading and literature. 



THE BULLDOG'S BARK

Posted 2021-05-20 08:25:25 | Views: 155
Covid-19 Cases Dropping in Pennsylvania
By Brianna Singleton
     Covid cases and hospitalizations continue to drop in Pennsylvania as more and more people continue to get vaccinated.
     As of May 12th, 9,381,098 vaccines have been administered in Pennsylvania. 4,091,982 people have been fully vaccinated. As of Tuesday, 45.6% of adults in Pennsylvania have been fully vaccinated according to the CDC.
     Hospitalizations have been reduced about four times since December. On the 13th of May, 164 fewer people than the 7 day average have needed to be hospitalized.
      The death rate in Pennsylvania has also decreased significantly. Towards the end of January had the highest death rate in the state. Since then, the amount of deaths has dropped by roughly eleven times.
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Debate of the Century:
                          Popeyes vs Chick-Fil-A 
 By Robert Douglas
                                                                                                                                     
        It was KFC vs Popeyes; until Popeyes came out with its chicken sandwich. When Popeyes announced the release of its sandwich everybody went crazy for it including me. By the first week Popeyes sandwiches were sold out both normal and spicy. Some people saw this and went as far as to resell the sandwiches for greater profit. It makes sense that this happens since Popeyes is the best spot for chicken sandwiches.
      Of course, Popeyes still had a top contender known as Chick-Fil-A. Even though they have been here longer with their sandwiches it still doesn't come close to Popeyes. Not just sandwiches but overall food that Popeyes provide is better including the sides with versatility as Mac n cheese, rice, greens and fries. Chick-Fil-A is commonly known for their waffle fries and special sauce. I don’t see the hype when it's compared to Popeyes cajun fries dipped in SweetHeat sauce.
      Chick-Fil-A is better overall from experience and others have talked with. Popeyes workers don't have the care that Chick-Fil-A workers have. They make sure everything is okay and even give you extra sauce. A lot of Popeyes has 1 window for customers to come and go but Chick-Fil-A goes through the trouble of having workers out there take your order to show a friendly face come in. 
     Most of all, Chick-Fil-A has milkshakes which Popeyes does not have. Milkshakes are a must needed when starting a fast food place with varieties of Vanilla, Strawberry, and Chocolate. This is what Popeyes is lacking which makes Chick-Fil-A better. 
     Popeyes does in fact care for their customers giving them warm welcomes and to die for food.
In the end Popeyes still undefeated with the combination of its chicken sandwich and fries with the bonus Sweetheart sauce.

Spirit Wear!

Posted 2021-05-04 11:22:06 | Views: 113
   Morrisville spirit wear                                  available until may 16

Coach Colon

Posted 2021-04-22 10:08:18 | Views: 110
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Softball Field Dedicated to Coach Ivan Colon
Forever, a Bulldog

Summer Work!

Posted 2021-03-26 05:55:19 | Views: 129
This coming summer there is an opportunity to work on the grounds of the great and beautiful Morrisville School District. Work will start June 28, 2021 and end August 12, 2021. The work week is Monday – Thursday and the hours are 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. You must be 16 years of age. The various jobs include:
1. General cleaning.
2. Painting.
3. Weeding and trimming.
4. Moving furniture.
5. Filing and other office duties.
6. Be on time; attendance is expected every day.
7. Must be able to work the entire summer.
8. Must be willing to work in all types of weather.
9. Be able to follow instructions from the Summer Work Crew Supervisor or Director of Operations.
10. Perform other duties as deemed necessary and appropriate under the direction of the Summer Work Crew Supervisor.
You will have help with the hiring process. HR Generalist, Mrs. Torres can help you through the process as well as Mrs. McDevitt.
This is a great opportunity to take advantage of as you can earn great money this summer and the job site is local!
If you are interested please contact Mrs. McDevitt at [email protected] or Ms. Schlosser at [email protected]
Thank you,
Mrs. McDevitt
             Attention juniors and seniors:                       Summer Work is Available!












This coming summer there is an opportunity to work on the grounds of the great and beautiful Morrisville School District. Work will start June 28, 2021 and end August 12, 2021. The work week is Monday – Thursday and the hours are 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. You must be 16 years of age. The various jobs include:
1. General cleaning.
2. Painting.
3. Weeding and trimming.
4. Moving furniture.
5. Filing and other office duties.
6. Be on time; attendance is expected every day.
7. Must be able to work the entire summer.
8. Must be willing to work in all types of weather.
9. Be able to follow instructions from the Summer Work Crew Supervisor or Director of Operations.
10. Perform other duties as deemed necessary and appropriate under the direction of the Summer Work Crew Supervisor.
You will have help with the hiring process. HR Generalist, Mrs. Torres can help you through the process as well as Mrs. McDevitt.
This is a great opportunity to take advantage of as you can earn great money this summer and the job site is local!
If you are interested please contact Mrs. McDevitt at [email protected] or Ms. Schlosser at [email protected]
Thank you,
Mrs. McDevitt
This coming summer there is an opportunity to work on the grounds of the great and beautiful Morrisville School District. Work will start June 28, 2021 and end August 12, 2021. The work week is Monday – Thursday and the hours are 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. You must be 16 years of age. The various jobs include:

1. General cleaning.
2. Painting.
3. Weeding and trimming.
4. Moving furniture.
5. Filing and other office duties.
6. Be on time; attendance is expected every day.
7. Must be able to work the entire summer.
8. Must be willing to work in all types of weather.
9. Be able to follow instructions from the Summer Work Crew Supervisor or Director of Operations.
10. Perform other duties as deemed necessary and appropriate under the direction of the Summer Work          Crew Supervisor.

       This is a great opportunity to take advantage of as you can earn great money this summer and the job site is local!
If you are interested  please contact Mrs. McDevitt at [email protected] or Ms. Schlosser at [email protected]


Spirit Week!

Posted 2021-02-04 08:26:02 | Views: 177
MORRISVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SPIRIT WEEK
Feb. 8-12
Student Government and the Class Advisors are sponsoring a virtual spirit week. 

Participating teachers will give bonus points each day (M-F) for all who participate. Your other teachers will let you know if they plan to do the same. You must show yourself on camera to receive and bonus points. 
As a reminder, attire should remain school appropriate according to our dress code. 
Monday: Cap day. Wear any baseball cap
Tuesday: Music or superhero shirt or hoodie.
Wednesday: Cosplay day. Dress as a character
Thursday: College or Pro gear
Friday: MHS gear

Life's a Kahoot!

Posted 2021-01-08 09:12:30 | Views: 224
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         2021 Reading Olympics on Kahoot! 

BREAKING NEWS:

The 2021 Reading Olympics will utilize the platform, Kahoot, for this year’s events. Teams will not be competing directly against another team; rather, they will answer questions as a team and see how they scored in each round against all of the other teams in their level (Elem, Middle, Senior). There will be three rounds of questions. Teams will earn points based on speed and accuracy of answering questions. 

The event will be held asynchronously between Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at 9am and Friday, April 16, 2021 at 7pm.

The team is quickly coming together, so email [email protected] to join the fun!



BREAKING NEWS!

Posted 2020-02-27 20:17:34 | Views: 676
MHS Students Give Virtual Learning the Thumbs Up
Email Mr. Kelman @ [email protected] if you are interested in joining the Senior High Reading Olympics Team
The Reading Olympics Are Alive in 2021 
Team Captain Aisha Moundir Is Getting A Head Start and Plans on Leading the Team to Victory!
MORE DETAILS COMING SOON...

Cinderella's Closet

Posted 2020-02-24 19:56:53 | Views: 540
Cinderella's Closet Opens For the Spring Season
Be Sure to Come by Cinderella's Closet March 14, 28 and April 4, 7 for Your Fashion Needs!  All dates are 11am-2pm except April 7 which runs 6pm-8pm.