The final Early Release Day is Tuesday, April 28th; students will be released at 12:00Noon.
As a reminder -- STUDENT PICK UP / DROP OFF SPOTS at the high school is at the north entrance (off of Marshall Ave.) only. The south entrance (off of North Drive) is for busses only. We ask parents to honor these locations in order to keep arrivals and departures orderly and keep our students safe.
Attention Parents of Seniors: Grad Bash information has been sent out. Permission slips and money can be turned into the basket on Mrs. Stepp's desk or mailed back. Your student will be given a receipt upon payment, please ask them for it. Any questions please contact Sabrina Tobias or Julie Tobias.
Graduation announcements have been delivered to the seniors on Friday, March 20th. If you ordered announcements you should have received them, please ask your senior about them. If you would still like to place an order please call 888-826-8613, Matt Carlson of Herff Jones will be happy to help you out with a late order.
There will be a senior class meeting on Thursday, March 26th during seminar for all seniors interested in participating in Class Night ’15. Seniors – start thinking now of any skits, songs, fillers that you may want to perform for Class Night ’15. Get your friends together; then discuss your ideas with your Class Night Advisors, Mrs. Stepp or Mr. Mead. Auditions will start immediately after spring break. If any senior wants to be a part of the backstage and/or technical crew (a very important part of Class Night) talk to Mrs. Stepp now, you MUST be trained to work backstage.
The Marshall High School Theater Department is proud to present Rodgers and Hammerstein's “Cinderella” at the Marshall High School Auditorium for Performing Arts on Friday, March 27 at 7:00pm, Saturday, March 28 at 7:00pm and Sunday, March 29 at 2:30pm. Tickets range from $8 to $12 and can be purchased online if you: Click HERE to purchase CINDERELLA tickets!
The Academic Awards Assembly for those students, who earned a B or Better in each of their classes for the entire previous school year, has been rescheduled to Thursday, May 7th.
It’s that time of the year! Marshall Public Schools is seeking nominations from parents, students, colleagues and community members for Marshall’s “Teacher of the Year.” The nominee should be an exceptionally skilled and dedicated teacher in the Marshall School system who spends a majority of his/her time in the classroom setting. The nominee should also have the respect and admiration of students, parents and colleagues and play an active and useful role in the school and community environment. The following will apply to all nominations:
1. Teachers employed by Marshall Public Schools and actively teaching in the classroom at least 50% of the time are eligible for nomination.
2. Nominations may be submitted by individuals associated with Marshall Public Schools (employees, students, parents, community members) including out-of-district School of Choice families.
3. Nominations should include the teacher’s name, building location and the reason for the nomination. A signature on the nomination is requested and, unless otherwise specified by the nominator, the nomination will later be shared with the nominee.
***It is stressed that while all qualifications should be considered, the most important is the nominee should have a “superior ability to inspire the love of learning in students of all backgrounds and abilities.”
The deadline for submitting nominations is Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Nominations should be placed in a sealed envelope addressed to: Marshall Public Schools, Teacher of the Year Committee, 100 East Green Street, Marshall, MI 49068. Envelopes may be dropped off at any school office, the district central administrative offices, or sent via U.S. mail.
Spring Break is scheduled for Friday, April 3rd – Friday, April 10th, students will attend school ALL DAY on Thursday, April 2nd and return to school on Monday, April 13th, 2015. 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.
All 9th graders will have their vision tested by the Calhoun County Health Department during their seminar either onTuesday, April 14th or Thursday, April 16th – This is a required, free service to all students.
THE MHSAA SUMMER DEAD PERIOD is scheduled beginning June 28 through July 4, 2015. The dead period means there will be no practice, conditioning or weight training conducted on the school premises or sponsored by the school at other facilities.
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE:
DON'T FORGET TO LOOK OVER THE RED SCHOLARSHIP BOOK FOR UPCOMING SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINES
· Attention Seniors - $2000 "No Essay" college scholarship. Scholarships don't get any easier than this. Simply go to www.colleges.niche to register. You may go back each month to try again.
31st – Health Service League of Albion Scholarship, application located in the guidance office
31st – Myrtle Irene Phillips Teaching Scholarship, application located in the guidance office
1st – Chelsea Mead Memorial Scholarship, see Mr. Mead in room #211 for an application
1st - Calhoun Counselors Association, application located in the guidance office
11th - Perfectly Pink Memorial Scholarship - Paige Autumn McMillon, application located in the guidance office
15th - C & C Landfill, application located in the guidance office
1st - AAA Michigan's School Safety Patrol, application located in the guidance office
1st - Baker College - pick up "request for information" card on bulletin board by four corners or the guidance office filing cabinet
1st - Colleges Sports Recruiting Scholarship - www.collegessportsscholarships
***Stop by the guidance office for more detailed information on specific scholarships and applications***
OTHER MHS LINKS:
Be sure to check out the Counselor’s page for College visits, testing information, scholarship resources, and links to various college & scholarship related resources. Just click here see what the counseling office has to offer!
Parents of seniors
–book mark the senior web page
to stay up-to-date on “all things seniors” throughout this school year.
You can find all staff members
on our website by clicking here
; you can find your student(s) teacher by the subject they teach or a complete staff directory alphabetically, both email addresses and phone extensions are listed with the staff member.
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.
MHS EMERGENCY DRILL INFORMATION
According to State of Michigan’s Public Act 12 of 2014 our school must provide a list of the school building’s scheduled drill days and must post them on our website. Here is the schedule for the MHS Emergency Drills for the 2014-15 school year (schedule is subject to change due to the weather):
o Thursday, September 4th – Fire Drill
o Wednesday, September 10th – Fire Drill
o Thursday, September 18th – Fire Drill
o Thursday, September 25th – Lock Down Drill
o Wednesday, October 15th – Fire Drill
o During the Week of February 9th – Lock Down Drill
o During the Week of March 9th – Tornado Drill
o During the Week of March 23rd – Fire Drill
o During the Week of March 23rd – Tornado Drill
o During the Week of May 11th – Fire Drill