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701 N. Marshall Avenue
Marshall, MI 49068

Main Office: 269 781-1252
Fax: 269 781-5304

Attendance Office:
269 781-1337 or 269 781-1313

Daniel G. Luciani

Rhonda Stepp

Assistant Principal, Mr. Gregory T. Tatrow, , 781-1312 (ext 4504)
     Attendance Secretary, Mrs. Anne Banfield, , 781-1337
Athletic Director, Mr. Daniel A. Coddens, , 781-1334
     Athletic Secretary, Mrs. Laura Altic, , 781-1314
     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, , 781-1321

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MHS Announcements

Updated: Monday, September 29, 2014


From left to right: Sophomore Escort & Attendant Mic hael Vezmar & Erin Culp, Senior Escort & Attendance Alex Walton & Chelsea Tobias, 2014 Homecoming Queen & King Allison Brownell & Eli Arnold, Junior Attendant & Escort Tiffany Gross & Jontaj Wallace and Freshman Attendant & Escort Taylor Horn and Brandon Face
Homecoming Dress Up Days will be as follows:
     *Monday, September 29th - Pajamas for the underclassmen and Toga's for the Seniors only
     *Tuesday, September 30th - Throwback/Nostalgia
     *Wednesday, October 1st - Sports
     *Thursday, October 2nd - Class Colors; 9th grade wear white, 10th grade wear Red, 11th grade wear Block and 12th grade wear your seniors T-shirts
     *Friday, October 3rd - Redhawk Pride Day, wear Red & Black or Marshall Shirts
Homecoming Dance tickets will go on sale Monday, September 22 and will be sold during both lunches until Thursday, October 2nd. Tickets are $8, non-refundable, and cannot be purchased at the door. If you plan on bringing a guest, their guest form must be approved by Mr. Tatrow before a ticket can be purchased for them.
If you wish to bring a guest to the Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 4, 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, September 30th by 3:30 pm. Absolutely no application will be accepted after this date. Please plan accordingly.
Sunday, Sept. 28th Homecoming Events starts at 3:00pm on the MHS Field with the Freshmen vs. Sophomore Powderpuff Game, followed by the Junior vs. Senior Powderpuff Game.  A donation of $5.00 will be collected at the gate for entry to the Powderpuff games for United Way.  Then the winners of those two games will play each other.  The Sunday Events will start at approximately 5:30pm – come on out and join us for some Homecoming fun!
Each of the classes will once again be collecting for MACS starting Monday, Sept. 29th  – some of the requested items are: spaghetti sauce, Ramen noodles, crackers, SnackPac pudding or jello cups, juice boxes, snack cracker packs, peanut butter, jelly, Hamburger Helper, Kleenex and 4-6 packs of toilet paper.  Have your student(s) turn in any of the above items to their class advisor. 
Throughout Homecoming week the Money Jugs will be located outside the main office, each of the classes will be collecting any spare change they have and dropping it in their respective class jug – money collected will go to the United Way.  Feel free to send any spare change you have in with your student J
Friday, October 3rd, the Marshall Redhawks will play the Charlotte Orioles at 7:00pm, come on out to see the class banners that will be hanging on the fence to the football bleachers and to cheer our boys on to victory!
Cyber Cafe is back and will be opening on Monday, September 22nd at 2:40pm in the MHS Media Center!  Cyber Cafe is held Monday through Thursday in the MHS Media Center, from2:40-6:00pm. It is provided for academic support and enhancement; students can work independently or in small groups to complete class work, to work on and research projects, to complete assessments when they have been absent from school or need to re-take to improve their score, to work on NovaNet classes, and to get help with specific classes from their teacher or other teachers that are familiar with that subject area and are staffing the Cafe. There are various subject areas represented by the teachers staffing Cyber Cafe on a daily basis. In some classes, teachers may assign work outside the normal curriculum when time does not permit them to do those extras in class, things like watching parts of a movie that is too lengthy to show in class, or assigning further research on a topic for students that are excelling beyond the pace of the majority of their class.  Light snacks are available to students at times that will be posted here at school (one earlier in the afternoon, one later). Snacks are always served in, or right outside, the cafeteria.  Cyber Cafe is there for MHS students - we look forward to seeing you there!!   Questions can be directed to Brad Shedd at or 269-781-1320.
Attention all actors, auditions for the fall comedy "Moon Over Buffalo" will be held on September 29th and 30th in room 223 after school. The show is will be November 7th, 8th and 9th. If you cannot be at auditions, please see Mrs. Long for other options.
Our first Early Release is scheduled for Tuesday, October 7th, students will be released at12:00 noon.
For all Big Brothers Big Sisters student volunteers: “Littles” at Walters, Hughes, and Gordon Elementary Schools will be interviewed during the month of September.  If you were interviewed to be a Big Brother or Big Sister in the Spring, you will be contacted with information about a match at the end of September or beginning of October.  If you still need a make-up interview, please see Mrs. Stepp.  For all high school Big Brother/Big Sister volunteers for the 2014-15 school year, there will be a training session in the high school cafeteria on Tuesday, October 7that 12:00, right after the early release.
Attention Parents of Seniors:  There will be a meeting on October 16th at 6:30 in the High School Library regarding this year's Grad Bash. Please plan on attending. We are in the planning phase and need parents to help to make this year's event a success for our kids. If you have any questions please contact Sabrina Tobias at 781-9270 or Julie Tobias at 781-9017.
MHS staff and students are committed to keeping teens safe on the road. They are asking everyone 14 and older to go to once a day, from Oct. 15 to Oct. 24(you could set a reminder in your calendar – I did mine J). It’s easy to register, click on ARE YOU REGISTERED (top left corner), then click on the down arrow for the I AM and select one of the options (student, parent, community member ,etc),  click on NEXT, fill in the information on the left hand side with our information, MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL, MARSHALL, MIGHIGAN, then click on SEARCH. Our school (MHS) will pop up, put a dot next to MHS, click on CONTINUE, fill in YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS and YOUR DATE OF BIRTH, click on CONFIRMING THAT YOU ARE AT LEAST 14 YEARS OF AGE, click on SUBMIT.  That’s all there is to it!  If you have more than one email address you can register with each of them and vote with each email address J.   The more safe driving commitments our community makes, the better their chance to win a $100,000 grant and a private concert by The Band Perry.  Learning to drive is a big step in life. State Farm and Marshall High recognize getting a driver’s license is an important and joyous time.Celebrate My Drive celebrates this milestone with new drivers by encouraging them to make positive choices like driving 2N2®: 2 eyes on the road and 2 hands on the wheel.  Celebrate My Drive is a different approach to a leading public health risk.  Car crashes are the number one killer of teens, and a teen’s first year on the road is the most dangerous. Using research as a guide,State Farm is approaching teen driver safety, a winnable public health battle, by engaging teens while they learn to drive in a supportive and positive way.  It’s a community celebration of safe driving habits emphasizing the benefits of safe choices as teens celebrate the freedom that comes with getting a drivers’ license. To learn more about the initiative go to  
Mark your calendars now!  Parent Teacher Conferences will be held from 3:00 to 4:30pm and6:00 to 8:00pm on Wednesday, October 22nd and from 5:30 to 8:00pm on Thursday, October 23rd.  Our teachers look forward to talking with you about your child’s progress.  No appointment is necessary; all teachers are located in the Cafeteria – arena-style.  Each day will be a full day of school with a regular schedule.  If you should have questions about your student’s report card, please call your child’s counselor at 781-1321.  
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 theMHS 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
The Counselor’s page has been updated, be sure to check it out 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! 
Parent of seniors – be sure to 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.

For questions regarding the MHS website, please contact Rhonda Stepp at