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Library provides books for students during the pandemic


Although the 2020-2021 school year looks very different from a “normal” school year, the Mundelein High School Media Center staff are offering pick-up locations throughout the Mundelein area to ensure that all students have access to books. Each Thursday, students may now safely and efficiently pick up books from the high school library without entering the building. “The MHS Library Media Center has been working hard to get books to our students,” said Rebecca Plaza, Mundelein High School li Read More

Congratulations to long time employee, Frank Giannamore


Congrats to long-time MHS staff member, Frank Giannamore! Frank Giannamore, long-time staff member at MHS, has been inducted into the Lake County Sports Hall of Fame. He has previously inducted into the Illinois Wrestling Coaches and Officials Association and Illinois High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame, both in 2005. After earning his masters degree in education from Northern Illinois University, Giannamore began his teaching career at the former Libertyville-Mundelein High School. When Read More

Newspaper staff earns coveted award from Quill and Scroll


The staff of the Mundelein High School student-produced school newspaper, The Mustang, has received an International First Place Award from the 2020 Quill & Scroll News Media Evaluation. Despite ending the year in remote learning and producing two newspaper issues during the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff earned superior ratings in four of the five evaluation categories for general practices, coverage, writing & editing and digital media. The staff received an excellent rating in the fifth catego Read More

STUDENTS, STAFF, ALUMNI, FUTURE us your creative work!


Art Instructor Jonathan Pruc is encouraging all members of Mundelein schools, community, Future Mustangs and others to share the creative ways they are coping with the effects of the COVID-19 virus. “This could include anything from drawing, painting, photography, 3D art, dance, music, family game night, puzzles, arts and crafts, knitting, etc. With more time spent at home, this can be a platform for everyone to share and receive creative inspiration to encourage the exploration and learning pr Read More