701 N. Marshall Avenue
Marshall, MI 49068
Main Office: 269 781-1252
Fax: 269 781-5304
269 781-1337 or 269 781-1313
Daniel G. Luciani
Mr. Gregory T. Tatrow,
781-1312 (ext 4504)
Attendance Secretary, Mrs. Anne Banfield,
Athletic Director, Mr. Daniel A. Coddens,
Athletic Secretary, Mrs. Laura Altic,
A - G students ~ Mrs. Kim Robson,
, 781-1319 (or ext 4508)
H - O students ~ Mr. Andy McCormack,
, 781-1344 (or ext 4522)
P - Z students ~ Mrs. Robbin Coddens,
, 781-1338 (or ext 4507)
Guidance Secretary, Mrs. Dianne Kneller,
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Updated: Friday,March 28, 2014
|Friday, April 11, 2014
|Central Michigan University
College of Education and Human Services
Apparel Merchandising and Design (AMD)
Prospective students and their families are invited to an intimate look at Threads, a student produced fashion show that is one of CMU’s signature events for Apparel Merchandising and Design students. During the Behind the Curtain event, you’ll attend interactive sessions regarding AMD, meet student designers as they make final adjustments at the Threads dress rehearsal, seek advice from professors about campus and career opportunities and rub elbows with future AMD classmates.
This visit also includes a tour of campus and complimentary lunch in a residence hall prior to the sessions and dress rehearsal.
- Amazing Textiles: Learn the basics of textile dyeing and create a custom dyed scarf of your own.
- Fashion Illustration: Put pencil to paper and learn the basics of fashion drawing. Wow your friends with your fabulous ideas.
- Patternmaking: Have an idea for a garment? This session will give you an opportunity to learn how to create it!
- Visual Merchandising: Create unique window displays to highlight a variety of products.
- Computers & Fashion: The computer can be an amazing tool to create fashion. Learn the basics of computer aided design for apparel and create a mini collection.
- Fashion Careers: Learn about the varied careers available to someone interested in a life in the fashion industry.
- Fashion Collections: Students will share examples of their portfolios and the process of creating fashion from concept to completion and all the fun steps along the way!
Questions? Please contact Erin Smith-Gaken at 989-774-2856 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NO SCHOOL / EARLY RELEASE DATES:
Friday, April 4th – Friday, April 11th; Spring Break, No School!
Tuesday, April, 29th; Early Release Date, students dismissed at 12:00 (noon)
If you are planning a family vacation just before or after Spring Break, don’t forget to pick up your “Vacation Request Form”, from Mrs. Banfield in the Attendance Office. The form must be signed by the student’s teachers and returned to the attendance office PRIOR to leaving for vacation. It is also the full responsibility of the student to see that all assignments are received prior to leaving on vacation and that the student knows what is expected regarding the completion of the assignments upon their return.
Here are the changes to our school calendar...The District will be extending the school year to make up for lost instructional hours due to weather-related school delays and closures. The week of June 2-6 will be regular full days, June 9th will be a regular full day, and June 10th will be a half day.
The schedule for seniors remains same as it is now: exam dates, last day, Commencement (June 7th)
Underclassmen Exams will be Friday, June 6th; Monday, June 9th; and Tuesday, June 10th with two exams each day.
If we experience any additional weather delays or closures, the lost instructional time will be added to the calendar the week of June 9th as necessary. We will keep you informed of any further changes to the school calendar as they may arise. We need to emphasize the importance of your student(s) attending these official days of instruction, as required by State Law. Should you have any further questions, please contact your school office
Seniors – if you did not pick up your graduation announcements, Mrs. Stepp has them in the office. Please make checks payable to Herff Jones.
Students planning on taking an AP exam in May can pick up a registration form from the office. Forms and payment are due by Friday, March 28th.
If you wish to bring a guest to the junior/senior prom on Saturday, April 26th and that guest is not an MHS student, you must have a MHS student guest dance application completed and turned into the assistant principal's office no later than Tuesday, April 22, by 3:30 pm. Absolutely no application will be accepted after this date. Please plan accordingly.
Marshall Redhawk Players presents “Grease” celebrating the fabulous 50’s on Friday, & Saturday, March 28th & 29th at 8:00pm in the MHS Auditorium and on Sunday, March 30th at 2:30pm. Tickets will sell for $10.00 for adults, and $7.00 for students and seniors. You can get tickets from cast members, the office or 1 hour prior to the show at the box office. Come Scream, shout, and don't miss out on Grease and Greased Lighnin'!
Scheduling for the 2014-15 school year has started, counselors are meeting with each class in their English classes, here are the instructions to go online to do your scheduling:
Enter your username
(this is case sensitive
It is your last two digits of your graduation year, your FIRST, MIDDLE, AND LAST INITIALS (ALL CAPITAL LETTERS), and the next two letters of your last name (in lower case letters).
EXAMPLE: Senior(2014) Rudy The Redhawk would have username: 14RTRed
Enter your student PowerSchool password
, this is also case sensitive
. This can also be obtained from the office, Guidance counselor, or your English teacher.
On the left hand side of the screen, click on: Class Registration
Follow the directions
on the screen.
When you have selected your 6 credits and your alternate electives
, press: Submit
When you see your complete schedule on the screen, press the printer icon
which will bein the upper right hand corner of the screen.
Print and review
with parents/guardian, turn in a signed copy to the guidance office
All schedules must be completed online by March 28th
Cyber Café is open Monday - Thursday from 2:45 - 6:00pm
(except on Early Release days
!) in the Marshall HS Media Center for academic support and independent study. The Café is staffed with three to four teachers daily, each one covering a different subject area, so there is always a resource for students to get the assistance they need. College and career guidance is available from Dantya (DJ) Jennings, our MSU College Advising Corps liaison, on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s. There is also academic support staff available to assist students with things like Tutor.com, Nova Net, and to proctor make-up exams. For more information on Cyber Café you can contact Brad Shedd at 269-781-1250, ext 4509
or via email at email@example.com
or Gerald Simpson at 269-781-1250, ext 4550
or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
With the start of the winter sport’s season, the transportation options for students traveling between Albion and Marshall HS have grown. The following schedule is up-to-date as of November 25, 2013.
* 2:40 – all three (3) regular routes leave MHS for Albion drop-offs
* 3:15 – students are able to catch one of the two (2) Albion/Dean buses that are returning from the Math & Science Center and CACC, ending their trips at the old Albion High School west lot.
* 5:15 – a Marshall bus will depart from Marshall HS and drop at Albion HS and up to two (2) stops as far south as Michigan Ave.
* 5:30 – a Marshall bus will pick up students at Albion HS’s west lot and transport them to Marshall HS for the late afternoon and evening practices.
* 6:00 – The Cyber Café/early activity bus (a Marshall Public bus) will depart from the East Lot returning students to one of four drop-off sites in Albion. Departure of this trip is dependent on when this bus arrives from Albion, it will NOT leave before 6:00, but it may leave several minutes after 6;00pm.
* 8:45 – The last activity bus (a Marshall Public bus) will depart from the East Lot returning students to the West Lot of Albion HS. There will only be one (1) stop in Albion, and that is at the school.
**There will be, on occasion, some special events, like homecoming, that will be more inclusive if extra transportation is provided. Those occasions will be announced well in advance and will most likely have a sign-up sheet to help determine interest.
**Transportation passes will be needed for all rides going from Marshall to Albion starting with the 5:15 bus. Athletics and Cyber Café, as well as some clubs and classes, will have specific passes or indications on their regular plastic pass to board these late in the day buses. There are numerous postings for the students to reference posted around the school, and announcements have been made over the PA to all students. If there are any questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Shedd at 269-781-1252, ext 4509 or via email at email@example.com.
SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION ~ watch this area for scholarship information, it will continually be updated.
March 31 - Albion Community Foundations Scholarships
March 31 - Health Service League
March 31 - Myrtle Irene Phillips Scholarship Fund for Teaching
April 1 - Michigan Retailers Association
April 30 - AAA school Safety Patrol Scholarship
April 30 - Department of the Army
May 1 - Credit Union One
May 5 - Eastern Michigan University Alumni Association
May 26 - B Davis Scholarship
June 14 - Abbott & Fenner
June 20 – BigSun
Scholarship Information is posted outside the cafeteria, guidance office and within English 12, Government and the Economic classrooms. Students may pick up applications and more detailed information in the guidance office.
To get a full athletic schedule for Marshall High School click here. Please watch the athletic page for any cancellations or updates to their schedule.
For questions regarding the MHS website,
please contact Rhonda Stepp at