MCHS Daily Announcements 3.2.16

posted Mar 2, 2016, 5:55 AM by Zachary Dane
Congratulations to the Cougars for a great season of Basketball! Last night's game ended with a score of 62-75, with Comprehensive Model School winning a tough match up. 


Afterschool Activities:
Cheerleading meets today outside the Auditorium.

Thursday, 3/4- Seniors need to submit their registration and deposit for Senior Trip. See Ms. Davis with questions.

Friday, 3/5- First marking period of the Spring Semester comes to an end! Turn in any outstanding assignments!

3/7-18 School Book Fair in the Library. Plan to come buy a book and support the school. See Mr. Smoot with questions. 

ASAP- Juniors need to see Diamond Joseph in Room 517 to register for SATs or ACTs. 

**************ONGOING EVENTS/ ACTIVITIES/ MEETINGS***************************

Join I AM! Every Wednesday till the first week of June. If you're an MCHS male, see Luke Alvez or Abebe Morris for more information. 

**************MEDICAL TERM/ QUESTION OF THE DAY!***********************************

Category: Basic Physical Care

The nurse walks into a client's room to administer the 9:00 a.m. medications and notices that the client is in an awkward position in bed. What is the nurse's first action?

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************SENIOR ADVICE TO YOUNGER STUDENTS!******************
From Sah Hanif ('16): Drama is for fools. Homework is cool!
SHOUT OUT! Thank you, Coaches Alvez, Turner & Morris for your leadership and great work with the Basketball Team! See you next season! Does your class read the announcements? Shout your teacher out! See Ms. Davis or email

CORRECT ANSWER to Medical Question of the Day

c) Straighten the client's pillow behind his back.Reason: The nurse should first help the client into a position of comfort even though the primary purpose for entering the room was to administer medication. After attending to the client's basic care needs, the nurse can proceed with the proper identification of the client, such as asking the client his name and checking his armband, so that the medication can be administered.