Future Farmers of America Update

Wednesday, at our chapter meeting, we recognized members for their scholastic efforts by awarding certificates for first semester GPAs. We also held our Greenhand and Chapter Degree induction ceremonies. Students earned certificates today but will get their bronze and silver pins at our Awards banquet in May! All of this shows the hard work in both school and FFA events by our members! Great job guys! You make us proud!

 

MVHS Students Win Big At The 2018 Guerrilla Film Project

Congratulations to Peter Sullivan, Ava Ross, and Teal Chilcoat (Class of 2017) for winning Best Picture, Best Editing, and Best Sound at the 2018 Guerrilla Film Project in Bellingham, WA!

"They chose to create a film that tells a story that is very real for many families in Mount Vernon." - John Sullivan (MVHS Science Teacher)

Their short film also starred MVHS student Gabby Salazar who did an amazing job!!

Nice work representing your fellow Bulldogs!

Click here to view their short film.

Bulldog Wrestling State Results

Nayeli Gomez-Guzman (10) and Wendy Castillo (9) were both alternates to state, but they did not get to wrestle. It was a great experience for these two!

Kaylee Gaines (12) made the state tournament for the first time in her career, and she placed 8th. This is an incredible achievement for any wrestler, and she wrestled very well! 

College Planning Seminar

March 8th in the College and Career Center. See Ms. Bird or Ms. Baughn if you have any questions or need more information.

Sports Med Update

The Sports Medicine Club participated in our annual bowling competition.  This fun event is to have student from different sports medicine class interact with each other and to break down the biomechanical techniques in their bowling styles. "It wasn't pretty". Special recognition to Olivia Barber for being the only student to knock down more pins than Mr. Banaszak.

2018 Bridge Building Contest Results

Please congratulate the top 5 students in the bridge building contest this year!  They are already preparing to move on to the regional competition in Bellingham in March.  The top 2 students from there will win a trip to Chicago to compete at the international contest.  The winners are:

1st place:  Joey Hinderstein held 97 pounds with an efficiency of 2169.36.

2nd place:  Sergey Gonchar held 117 pounds with an efficiency of 2059.46.

3rd place: Sean Esguerra held 72 pounds with an efficiency of 1805.97.

Another Bulldog Commits!

Congratulations Colby Loveness on your commitment to the University of Puget Sound Football Team. Your Bulldog brothers and sisters wish you great success next season!

Future Business Leaders of America Update

On Saturday (Feb 3), 24 students competed against the students from around the Northwest Region. Sixteen students placed in the top six at the Northwest Region conference. From April 4-7, these students will compete at the Washington State Business Leadership Conference in Bellevue, WA.

​Congratulations Ryder Magnuson!

He passed the post college professional examination of three dimensional design (CSWP).  On screen is his entry into the International Competition of Extreme Design, he placed 3rd globally with that entry.  He also has a patent pending on that invention.