Mary Ellen Henderson culinary art students participated in the Real Food for Kids contest at Robinson Secondary last weekend. Their dish, in the "Grab and Go Breakfast" category was Fruit Sushi.
The entry consists of a whole grain tortilla, bananas, oranges, SunButter, and apples, with Chia seeds on top.
Team Members: Hannah Anacko, Wenndy Sejas, and Emma Tice-Kepner.
Mary Ellen Henderson Middle School is in need of Career Fair volunteers!
All MEHMS students will participate in the 2016 MEHMS Career Fair on April 7th from 7:30-11:00am. Students will travel around our gymnasium to speak with volunteers who will be organized in 16 National Career Clusters. If bad weather occurs causing a delay in school or cancellation, we will reschedule the Career Fair for the following day.
Volunteers will need to fill out the Volunteer Information Form, in addition to the Career Fair registration. Volunteers do not need to be parents of any FCCPS students. There are many participants that are part of the Business in Education (BIE) Partnership, as well as friends, parents, spouses, etc.
We want to show our students there are many ways to use their talents and interests in the future. Please consider volunteering for Career Fair and share your profession with our Huskies!
This past weekend, 36 Technology Student Association members from Mary Ellen Henderson and George Mason participated in the Northern Region TSA competition held at John Champe High School in Loudoun County along with 853 other TSA members.
The National Spanish Exam and National French Contest will take place on from Students who signed up for these contests will compete against students from all over the country. Students will find out from their teachers where to go on the day of the contest, and should bring a lunch or large snack to eat before taking the test. There will not be a late bus on this day, so students will need to arrange transportation.