Homecoming is a special tradition here in Menasha. This year's festivities took place the week of September 17, and it was yet again a memorable event for our students, parents, community members and, of course, our fantastic alumni.
On Homecoming night, the Menasha Bluejays football team toppled Green Bay West by a score of 55-0. With the victory, the Bluejays moved to 6-0 on the season. Congratulations to our team for the big win on homecoming!
It was wonderful to see so many of our alumni out and about at the football game and other great events throughout the week. We are also proud of the student council members at Menasha High School, who planned a number of fun activities that made Homecoming 2018 another milestone event.
News from Menasha Alumni
MHS alumnus Christina Turner has been named president of the Trout Museum of Art in downtown Appleton. Over her career, Turner has gained experience in fundraising, gallery management, sales, marketing, education and publishing. Her first day as president was September 24.
Menasha alum Tyler Johnson ('15) has received a football scholarship for the Wisconsin Badgers. Johnson originally joined the team as a walk-on quarterback, but later switched to linebacker. He saw action in all 14 games last year.
There's always something exciting happening here in the Menasha Joint School District. We also invite you to visit our district calendar and check out our upcoming events. We hope to see you again soon—and go Bluejays!