The Mandeville High Library, in conjunction with the American Library Association and thousands of school and public libraries nationwide, celebrated Banned Book Week from September 22 through the 28. The purpose of the week is to raise awareness of our First Amendment rights. Students in the MHS Reading Club displayed frequently challenged classics and researched where and why these books have been challenged. Each student wore a banner that showed their classic behind prison bars next to the slogan, "Don't Lock Me Out." From left to right are Abby Covington, Ryan Williams, Monica Crain, Zohar Berkovich and Madison Liggio.
Mandeville High School is proud to announce that senior Aaron Reed earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT test. Aaron is the son of Brent and Susan Reed and has attended St. Tammany Public Schools his entire academic career. Less than one-tenth of one percent of students taking the ACT score a perfect composite score. Aaron studies jazz piano at NOCCA and is involved in the youth music ministry at Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church and often plays piano for the youth Mass. He is an amateur Latinist, and is presently in his third Latin course. Aaron came in first in state for Latin II last spring at the State Literary Rally. He also Vice President of MHS Senior Class.
Mandeville High students attended the STAR Conference held at the Treen Technology Center in Mandeville. In the back row, left to right, are Melanie Storey, Paige Specht, Sarah Price, Trey Folse, Karley Schneider, Audrey Robles, and Alex Tryforos. On the front row, from left to right, are Olivia Shoemake, Madison Liggio, Bridget Price, Brianna Woessner, and Claire Michel.
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Alex Cloutet, a current senior at Mandeville High School, was chosen by the faculty to attend the American Legion Auxiliary Girl's State. The event was held in early July in Natchitoches, LA. The purpose of the program is to introduce young people to the inner workings of politics and government. At the event, Alex was chosen as one of two female students to attend Girl's Nation in Washington, DC where she met President Obama. It was a seven day event for 98 students from every state except Hawaii.