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The MV Current

The MV Current

Marauder Football Beats the Dragons

Katelynn Hexamer, MVcurrent Photographer/writer

October 6, 2020

On September 11, the Mt. Vernon Marauders faced their county rivals the New Palestine Dragons. The Dragons have a regular season streak of 65 wins, which means no school has beat them in the regular season for several years. But on September 11, the Marauders changed all that by winning the game 35-22....

In Person vs Virtual School

Hallways, all students have masks on and walk in one direction.

Sophia Dewael, MVcurrent Writier

October 1, 2020

Throughout the state, different schools have different plans about how to handle the 2020-2021 school year. Some schools are all virtual while some are all in person. Mt. Vernon has opted to employ a hybrid system. This is only being employed in the high school at this point since it has the greatest...

Tips Before Applying to College

 Things to know before applying to big schools.

Madalyn Cottrell, MVcurrent Writer

September 25, 2020

Applying for colleges can be a stressful time of the year, especially for seniors and graduating juniors. As deadlines for application submissions approach, here are a few things to take into consideration when applying for different schools.   Apply for Any Scholarship Possible: Academic merit, tal...

Already Accepted into a college?

Being accepted, finally a Marion Knight

Katelynn Hexamer, MVcurrent Writer/Photographer

August 31, 2020

During the month of May, during quarantine, and the COVID-19 situation, I got a text saying applications for Marian University in Indianapolis were open. They were waving the SAT requirement, so I thought I should apply for my top college right then and see what happened.    It only took me around forty minutes to appl...

Thespian Awards

Katelynn Hexamer, Staff Photographer/Writer

May 21, 2020

On May 5, the MV Theatre department held their Thespian Awards, but it was in a different way then usual. Due to the pandemic, it was held via zoom.  Before the awards began, Ms. Davis shared her Zoom screen which had memories, tips, and pictures of the 2019-2020 theatre season, as well as advice ...

Aida Virtual Performance

Katelynn Hexamer, Staff Photographer/Writer

May 21, 2020

MV Theatre was supposed to put on Disney’s “Aida,”  April 30-May 3. But due to Covid-19, they were unable to perform it. Although they are still waiting to see if they can perform the show at a later date, in order to cheer the cast, Ms. Davis created a virtual choir for a performance of "The...

Riley Dance Marathon

Katelynn Hexamer, Staff Photographer/Writer

May 20, 2020

While there are many clubs already at MVHS, next year one more may be added: Riley Dance Marathon. Many colleges and high schools across Indiana participate in this big event, which helps support children at Riley Children’s Hospital.    According to the Riley Dance Marathon website, “Riley Dance Ma...

Online Classes

Bring Change to mind Zoom call

Zyaria Hatcher, Staff Writer

May 6, 2020

As Covid-19 continues to spread around the world, most schools across the nation are switching to online classes, also known as Elearning. This move to online education is an attempt to slow the spread of the disease by allowing students and faculty to avoid gathering in one small space.  Whenev...

Zoom

Bring Change to mind Zoom call

Madalyn Cottrell, Staff Writer

April 30, 2020

As of March 12th, MVCSC buildings have been shut down due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and social distancing has prevented many people from communicating with their friends and family. Many schools across the nation have shut down physical classrooms for the remainder of the school year. This has resul...

Katelynn Hexamer