Students, Staff Reflect on Remote Learning

The Mustang Staff

October 19, 2020

This school year, students and teachers faced a unique situation once the school announced it would be starting with synchronous remote learning given the COVID-19 pandemic.  “We have struggled as a school district and as a community dur...

Two teachers face next step in teaching journey: retirement

MacKenzie Stewart, News & Opinion Editor

April 4, 2020

  This year, two teachers, Patricia Yordy, math teacher, and Stacey Darcy, social studies teacher, will be leaving MHS to enter into the next phase of life-- retirement. They have been involved in the school whether it ha...

The mystery of Mr. Mustang is revealed

Ryan Wilson, Staff Reporter

April 4, 2020

On Friday, Feb. 28, in the Auditorium, 14 senior male candidates, along with their very own senior girl escorts battled for the title of Mr. Mustang 2020. As one of the candidate's escorts, I was able to capture the set up of t...

Rusk receives award ‘Counselors That Change Lives’

Ashley Cline, Features Editor

March 13, 2020

Counselors have an important role in bridging the gap between high school and the world beyond, guiding students throughout their academic career at MHS, and College Counselor Andrea Rusk was recognized for her work, receiving...

Martinique students experience MHS

Tress Dorfler, Assistant News & Opinion Editor

February 12, 2020

French-speaking high school students from Martinique, an island in the Southeast Caribbean, shadowed MHS students in French 2 on Jan. 23. Martha Ambrey, French teacher, organized the trip two years ago when she visited the...

Solutions for failed resolutions: Tips to achieve your goals

Ashley Cline, Features Editor

February 12, 2020

Whether it’s to work out more, drink more water or procrastinate less, many people enter the New Year with goals to improve themselves. The high hopes that come with the start of January, though, tend to wear off once everyone...

Robotics runs away with top spot

Tress Dorfler, Assistant News & Opinion Editor

December 16, 2019

A distinct smell of burning metal fills the room as sophomore August Holsman works at the belt sander to touch up a piece of metal. A high-pitched sound can be heard echoing off the walls of the A-wing basement classroom where...

MHS hosts Thanksgiving Turkey Trot

Sarah Parduhn, Entertainment Editor

December 12, 2019

For the community of Mundelein, Thanksgiving is about more than food with friends and family; it is also the day of the annual Miles for Mustangs ‘Turkey Trot.’ Hosted by the MHS cross country program, the Thanksgiving...

SPED basketball game ends with another win for Mustangs

Hannah Stanley, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

December 11, 2019

The annual Student Learning Program’s SPED basketball game took place on Friday, Nov. 1, in the Main Gym versus the Warren Blue Devils during lunch periods. Taking another win against this team for the second year in a ...

Robotics runs away with top spot

Tress Dorfler, Assistant News & Opinion Editor

December 11, 2019

A distinct smell of burning metal fills the room as sophomore August Holsman works at the belt sander to touch up a piece of metal. A high-pitched sound can be heard echoing off the walls of the A-wing basement classroom where...

Rusk helps students through college process

Ryan Wilson, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2019

With the start of the school year comes the daunting tasks, for many of the seniors, of requesting recommendation letters, writing essays and filling out college applications. While the college application process can be stressful...

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