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We invite you to the annual senior art show opening at ArtWorks Gallery Richmond on May 10th

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Ladies, gentlemen, and friends…fasten your seatbelts and stow your tray tables for the 2024 Maggie Walker Senior Art Show: “In Flight” at ArtWorks Gallery Richmond! The show highlights the works of eight talented seniors, including: Kristin Bishop Lucie Bouton Syndey Brewer Yeeva Chunnanond Rachel Dai Sadie Hall Izzy List Lambrini Phillos Come meet these young […]


Senior Graduation Ticket Distribution: Week of May 13th, at lunch

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Anyone planning to come to watch graduates receive their diplomas must have a ticket to gain entrance to Altria Theater (These are tickets for admission to the graduation exercises and are not the announcements students may have ordered from Herff Jones). We are planning to give each graduate 15 tickets for the ceremony (the graduate […]


Spring Choral Concert on Wednesday, May 8 @ 7 pm

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The Spring Choral Concert will take place on Wednesday, May 8th at 7 pm in the auditorium. Please join the music department as we celebrate a “BLUE RIBBON” year of music at MLWGS!


Help get Coach Hall over the finish line for America’s Favorite Teacher contest-Vote!

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We all had them, but this Virginia teacher might be America’s favorite https://www.wtvr.com/news/local-news/jeff-hall-americas-favorite-teacher-april-29-2024  The America’s Favorite Teacher contest is held nationwide and supporters of a given teacher can vote once per day (or pay money to vote multiple times). With each round of voting in the contest, the vote totals reset, so Coach Jeff Hall […]


AP Exams May 6th through May 17th

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AP Exams will be given in person via paper and pencil for most subjects but will be given digitally for English this year. Remember that afternoon exams run past the end of our school day, so please plan transportation and work schedules accordingly. See the AP Testing Schoology Group for additional details about what to […]


National School Principals’ Day is May 1

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School Principals’ Day is celebrated on May 1 annually to recognize the importance of principals, from elementary to high school, and all the work they do for the betterment of the school and students. Let’s show our appreciation to Dr. Max Smith, Dr. Lisa Williams, – Assistant Directors, and Dr. Robert Lowerre – MLWGS Director […]


Equine fun at MLWGS on Wednesday, May 1st

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The horse originally scheduled for March 27th will visit campus on May 1st from 11:30-12:30 pm. Students must have signed up using a form provided to them by Ms. Ortiz to visit. As of now, the weather forecast for Wednesday is uncertain. Should the weather not be suitable, we’ll try again next school year if […]


MLWGS Scholar-Athlete of the Week April 29, 2024 (wk #13)- Boys Soccer Chanan Wijesooriya

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@patientfirst Chanan Wijesooriya (’25-Richmond) “Chanan, the captain of the varsity Soccer team, embodies the passion of the game at every moment,” said his coach Laurent Beausergent. “His unparalleled talent on the field is the result of unwavering discipline and dedication to his team. Respected by all for his natural leadership, Chanan inspires his teammates to […]


Spring Band and Orchestra Concert on Friday, May 3 @ 7 pm

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The Spring Band and Orchestra Concert will take place on Friday, May 3rd at 7 pm in the auditorium. The concert will feature the Percussion Ensemble, Orchestras, and Bands. Please join the music department as we celebrate a “BLUE RIBBON” year of music at MLWGS!


Mech Tech Dragon advocacy results in joint resolution designating every March 31st as FIRST Robotics Day in Virginia

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        @BillStanley   @DelBetsyCarr The Mech Tech Dragon Legislative Action Plan, developed over the past year, strategically exposed the impact of FIRST to Virginia Legislators. By conducting Legislative Open Houses and meeting with members of the General Assembly, we forged connections and promoted the impact of FIRST. This led to Virginia Senator Bill Stanley […]