MKHS Theatre Co. News
Keppel's Cards of Kindness
The MKHS Alliance is excited to announce their upcoming card event, "Keppel's Cards of Kindness," an event where students can choose Mark Keppel/AUSD staff to whom they'd like a personalized card to be sent to! There are two ways in which you can participate; the first is to fill out the google form by choosing your card design, state the staff member you'd like your card to be sent to, the school they are from, and upload a pdf or picture of the handwritten message you'd like them to recieve, and Alliance will take care of the rest! The google form will stay open until Feburary 12th. The second option is to create your own home-made cards and deliver them to one of our designated drop-off locations.
January 25 - Feburary 12
(For drop-offs, please arrive before 5 PM and wear a mask!)
Drop offs at-
1209 S Sierra Ave, Alhambra, CA
1501 Lunar Dr., Monterey Park, CA
On Thursday, January 28 at 8:30pm ET, the Educational Theatre Foundation will be streaming Theatre Alive! Theatre Alive! will be a live celebration of what we love about school theatre. This free, star-studded event is open to all and will help raise money for theatre programs in need.
Emcess: Nia Vardalos & John Stamos
Presenters & Performers: Wayne Brady, Tina Fey, Jennifer Hudson, Samuel L. & LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Audra McDonald, Amber Riley, & more!
Virtual Shows From Other Schools
The Theatre Departments at Alhambra High School and Victor Valley High School are streaming their own virtual productions. Go check them out!
Alhambra High School:
The Importance of Being Earnest
Tickets are $8 and it streams on December 11,12, and 13.
Buy Tickets Here:
Victor Valley High School:
The Day The World Stopped (An original play)
It streams on December 9, 10, and 11 at 7pm.
Buy Tickets Here:
FARMS Donation Drive
F.A.R.M.S is a student-led organization that advocates for the nourishment of all students. They are currently providing to AUSD families only.
F.A.R.M.S. is now hosting a donation drive from November 9th-18th to help provide food to struggling families. For any families willing to donate, please see the two fliers on the left for the list of suggested donation items and drop-off locations and dates for the drive.
For students and families wishing to apply for this free meal distribution, you fill out an online application by Wednesday, November 18. Items for the meals & fresh produce will be provided to each student who is selected through a raffle. The number of recipients is dependent upon the amount of donations that F.A.R.M.S. receive.
Apply for the ditribution:
For more information, please contact them on their Instagram or send an email.
The distribution pick-up address will be sent to the recipients in their notification emails.
Clean The Air!
This grant-funded program is multi-faceted and one of the central goals is to build a smoke/vape-free culture in our schools and to teach students refusal skills and self-advocacy.
We have developed a PSA contest and invite your school site to participate with at least one video entry! Students will be asked to create a short PSA video highlighting the devastating consequences of smoking/vaping. Students will also be asked to connect saying NO to smoke/vape to their school wide PBIS expectations. So, these videos are really a great opportunity to showcase PBIS at your site and to apply it to a serious public health threat for our community.
Student videos will be judged and students can win gift cards up to $25! Winning videos will also be showcased on social media and presented to the Board of Education.
Full Contest Information Here:
SGV Got Skills!
Got any skills that you want to show off? Well, Pacific Clinics-APFC is looking for students 6th-12th grade to practicipate in their virtual talent show. Video submissions (2 minutes long) must be submitted by Saturday, October 24, 2020. Pleasure ensure that the content is appropriate for young audiences.
Register online using the link:
The live show will be hosted on Zoom on Friday, November 20, 2020 from 3PM-5PM PST.
Sign Up To Be A Tutee!
Get tutored by fellow students at MKHS on math, english, science, social studies, and more! Sessions are every Wednesday from 4PM to 5PM.
The Show Must Go OnLine!
Due to COVID-19, several changes have been made to maintain the safety of our students and supporters.
The changes made to this year's events and classes are:
The Fall show (TBD) is cancelled ONSTAGE, will be an online, streaming production. Details coming soon!
All Theatre Co. meetings for this year will be held online on Zoom. Links to these meetings will be posted on the Theatre Co. Meetings page.
All Drama and Technical Theatre classes have been modified with social distancing procedures. These classes will be done primarily through online schooling, with teachers contacting students through Zoom, Google Classroom, or Remind. For access to these sites, please contact your teacher. Several projects and assignments have been modified to better suit an online learning environment.