The following dates are the Early Release Days the remainder of this school year, all dates are on TUESDAY’S andstudents are released at 12:00Noon on each of these days:
February 3rd, March 10th, and April 28th
Dress Code reminder: We will continue to reinforce the dress code when we re-convene following the Christmas break. Yoga pants, Jeggings, Leggings, tights, etc. may be worn but the student's bottom must be covered. Students not following this policy will have to change clothes or cover themselves before returning to class. All other dress code violations will still be in enforcement as well.
The Class Ring delivery is scheduled for Thursday, December 18th during seminar. If your student ordered a class ring, you should be receiving a postcard from Herff Jones with any balance due. Please make checks payable to Herff Jones.
Be sure to catch the Marshall Singers at Schuler's in the main dining room of Schuler’s from 7:00-8:00 p.m. on December 18th. Make your reservations now if you want to hear some of the most beautiful holiday music ever written! See you there!
Senior parents – mark your calendars for Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 at 6:30pm in our Media Center! We scheduled, just for you, a Financial Aid Evening with an Albion College Representative to answer questions regarding the FAFSA. More information to follow after break.
Our next NHS Blood Drive is scheduled for Wednesday, January 14th; all donors will be asked to sign up in the Media Center or with a representative in your seminar. A student must be 16 years old and weigh at least 110 pounds. For more information on donating blood, visit: http://www.redcrossblood.org/students/donating-101. For our 16 year old students interested in donating: A parent will need to review the Student's Guide to Blood Donation and sign the parent/guardian consent form for the student to be able to donate blood. The consent form will be available in the Media Center and you must bring the completed form the day of the blood drive in order to donate blood.
Seniors – your senior picture for the yearbook is due to Mrs. Mathis by the end of January. Digital copies can be emailed to Mrs. Mathis at email@example.com
Semester 1 Exam Schedule:
! Wednesday, January 21st, exams in periods 1 & 4
! Thursday, January 22nd, exams in periods 2 & 5
! Friday, January 23rd, exams in periods 3 & 6
For seniors planning on attending KCC in the fall, here are a couple of scholarships for KCC only: The Gold Key Scholarship is fully funded scholarship totaling $9000. Recipients are awarded $4500 each year for two years. Qualifications are a 3.5 GPA and a 22 on your ACT. Applications are in the guidance office or you may also apply on line athttp://www.kellogg.edu/about/foundation/student-scholarships/gold-key and the KCC Foundation scholarship applications are in the guidance office or on line at http://www.kellogg.edu/about/foundation/student-scholarships/kcc-foundation .
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE:
Ongoing - $2,000 "No Essay" college scholarship @ www.colleges.niche
Seniors, don't forget to look over the Red Scholarship Book for upcoming Scholarships - available in the Guidance Office.
31st - Goodman Acker Driver Safety Scholarship Fund, www.goodmanacker.com/our-firm/community-involvement/scholarship-fund/
20th - Ronald McDonald House Charities, https://aimapplyists.net/RMLHC or www.rmhc.org,
30th – KCC Gold Key – http://www.kellogg.edu/about/gfoundation/student-scholarships/gold-key/
1st - Saginaw Valley State University, www.svsu.edu/financialaid
1st - AXA Achievement - https://usaxa.com/axa-foundation/about.html
2nd - Lawrence Technological University, www.ltu.edu/apply
27th - Michigan Education Association, www.mea.org/mea-scholarship
1st – All Marshall Community Foundation Scholarships, http://www.marshallcf.org/scholarships
1st - Kathy Petrich Music Scholarship
1st - Blanche Barr Trone Scholarship
2nd - McCurdy Memorial Foundation and Emily Scofield Charitable Trust
5th – KCC Foundation Scholarships, http://www.kellogg.edu/about/gfoundation/student-scholarships/kcc-foundation/
1st - AAA Michigan's School Safety Patrol
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