Wednesday, May 24, 2017

The graduation yard signs are here! Student Council will be giving these signs out on Thursday 5/25 and on Tuesday 5/30. They will be given out between 2:15-3:15 after school in Ms. Safer's room (Room 214 - go up the stairs and to the right of the elevator).

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

2017 Graduation Signs

The color version of the 2017 Graduation Signs

Monday, March 13, 2017

Freshmen/Sophomore Semi Formal!

The Freshmen and Sophomore Semi Formal Dance will be this Friday (3/17) at 7pm! We will be selling tickets at all lunches this week for $15 will checks made out to Medfield High School. Checks only please!! The theme will be St. Patrick's Day so get excited to find that pot of gold! 

Friday, January 13, 2017

Warrior of the Week Form

We are excited to hear about the "little things" the staff and students at Medfield High see around the school. Each week we will send a postcard to a student's home congratulating them for their kindness and announce on Friday morning the student's name! Thank you!! The form is also available on the right side of this page if you click on the warrior head icon!

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Second Semester Form


Any MHS student or faculty member should fill out this form so student council can provide you with the best, most memorable events for this upcoming semester!

Wednesday, January 11, 2017



The MHS Student Council was full in the holiday spirit this past December! We hosted a poster making contest for the Angel Run, made holiday cards for the teachers before winter break, and sold candy cane grams to the student body. Winter break allowed us to relax and recharge but we are excited for the New Year!

Upcoming events: Midterms (1/19 - 1/24), Spread the Word to End the Word (1/16 - 1/18)

Wednesday, December 7, 2016


November was a busy month the the MHS Student Council.

We started off the month with the CDMASC Conference on November 9th at Tantasqua High School. CDMASC conferences occur biannually with high schools from all across our region of the state. Our reps had a TON of fun learning how to be better leaders and adding to their leadership experience. The theme of the conference was Pixar which was flawlessly incorporated into many aspects of the workshop. Some of our reps even led a workshop called "Do You See What I See?" In this workshop, they taught the reps from other schools how to see the other person's side of things when planning an event. We learned a lot of important lessons from each of the workshops and this was a great bonding experience for the council. The guest speaker was David Muise which our reps really liked and we hope to hear from him again in the future. We sent out a google form after the conference and the feedback we received was mostly positive and we can't wait to go the next CDMASC conference in the spring!

The CDMASC Bocce tournament at Westborough High School was on November 13th. We brought 28 reps and it was a great bonding experience for the council. The upperclassmen drove the underclassmen and it was a great way for us to spend time with people we haven't always talked to before. It was amazing to see the Special Olympics participants having an amazing time as well and we cheered them on the whole time!

During the week before Thanksgiving, the council hosted a can drive for the Medfield Food Cupboard. We have double days where the cans would be double the points and at the end of the week, we tallied up the points to get a winner! The class with the most points was Ms. Safer's class. After school on Friday, November 18th, the council went to the food cupboard to help sort the cans. We had so many reps, it only took a few hours to sort them all!

Powderpuff is an annual event that the council hosts every year in the week before Thanksgiving. It is a football game for junior and senior girls with junior and senior football players from the high school team. It's a great way for the girls to have fun and play under the lights with many of the other girls in their grade. 

In the three days leading up to the pep rally, the council hosted a Spirit Week to get everyone pumped for Pep Rally and the Thanksgiving Day Football game. Monday was Color Day where the freshmen wore yellow, sophomores wore green, juniors wore red, and seniors wore black. Tuesday was Boston Sports Jersey Day where students could wear Bruins, Patriots, Red Sox, or Revolution jerseys. Wednesday was Medfield Pride Day where students wore the t-shirts that the PTO gave us and anything else blue and white. 

One of our biggest events this month was the Pep Rally. The morning before the Pep Rally, we did Honk for Spirit where the reps stood in the parking lots with signs to have everyone driving in honk. It was a simple event but we had so much fun! Our theme was community and we tried our hardest to incorporate many aspects of the town. We raffled off gift cards from businesses in town, and we had a segment with moms of some of the students in the school. The Best Buddies Club did a dance with the cheer team and the football team did a dance as well. Overall, the pep rally was a success and we had such great feedback to help make next year's Pep Rally even better.

Upcoming events: Candy Cane Drive (12/19 - 12/23) , Angel Run (12/4), Winter Break (12/24 - 1/2)