Marauder Family Connect
Keeping you in-the-know at Mariner High School
Mariner High School Office Hours
Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm
We have just one more week of school before the end of the 3rd quarter and the beginning of spring break! We’ll return from break on April 18th for the final quarter and the home stretch of the school year. We are planning to have all of our spring events and activities in-person. We’re excited for our seniors who have a lot to look forward to, including prom, senior breakfast, awards ceremonies, and graduation! Once again, I want to encourage you to closely monitor your student’s academic progress. Our teachers update their grades at least twice a month, and if you have any questions about grades that your student cannot answer, please contact the teacher directly. It’s important that we work as a team to ensure academic success for your child. If you need help signing up for the “Family Access Portal” or any other questions, please go to Parent Center Home or contact our main office at (425) 366-5700. Thanks for your support.
Nate DuChesne - Principal
This year Mariner High School will hold the 2022 Graduation Ceremony at Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett Washington. Like in years prior to the pandemic, we anticipate one ceremony on June 10th at 8 pm. We also anticipate unlimited seating for the families coming to watch their seniors walk across the stage. But, recognizing the unpredictability of the COVID-19 Pandemic, things can change uncontrollably. We look to regular guidance from the Snohomish Health District and will let our Mariner community know if/when there is a change regarding our plans for Graduation.
June 2 – Senior Awards & Scholarships Night
6/6 & 6/7 – Senior Final Exams
6/7 – Senior Night
6/8 – Senior Breakfast and Senior Checkout
6/9 – Grad Rehearsal (mandatory) @8AM Mariner Gym
Greetings from the Counseling Department!
The 2022/2023 Registration window closed on March 18th. Counselors went to all English classes to assist students in the registration process and answer any questions they had about graduation requirements. Currently counselors will be working on:
- Meeting with students that did not register in Qmlative.
- Begin individual meetings with every student to go over their class request for next year and make changes, if needed.
Current sophomores and juniors if you interested in Running Start for next school year, attend one mandatory meeting. Date and time listed below (students arrange for transportation, activity busses do not run on Fridays):
- Friday April 1st 1:00- 2:00 PM in the Little Theatre
- Friday May 13th 1:00- 2:00 PM in the Little Theatre
- Friday June 3rd 1:00- 2:00 PM in the Little Theatre
Counselors will be sending a second round of Senior Letters to families to let you know the graduation status of your students. The letters will include:
- Current amount of credits
- Graduation plans we have in place for students short in credits and/or other requirements
Let your counselor know if you have any further questions!
The Counseling Department
High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) Office
The High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) Office has been out visiting students in Grades 9 and 11, The HSBP office met with 10th and 12th graders during Semester 1 and should have already finished their tasks. Students log into your HSBP Completion Status page (https://bit.ly/HSBPCompletion) after our visit to see what tasks, if any, you still need to complete for your current grade level.
Detailed directions are in the HSBP Schoology courses, and in the SMORE news letters below.
Grade 12: https://www.smore.com/rbufhn
Grade 11: https://www.smore.com/wjun9
Grades 9 &10: https://www.smore.com/81dcp
Please feel free to reach out to the HSBP department by email: MAHSBP@mukilteo.wednet.edu or by phone: 425-366-5805 with any questions or concerns.
Career & College Readiness Center
Scholarships, scholarships, scholarships!
Seniors can find local scholarships on the Mariner High School Career & College Readiness Center webpage:
Upcoming Rep Visits:
4/07/2022 – Military Fair
4/20/2022 – Lake Washington TECH
4/27/2022 – Everett Community College
4/28/2022 – Northwest College of Art & Design
5/05/2022 – Military Fair
5/11/2022 – Edmonds College
Students, what do you think are the most important skills and experiences you need for success in learning and life?
Share your thoughts through the district ThoughtExchange and rate other people’s thoughts. Your responses will help shape the future of our school district! Join now and participate before April 11.
Information and news about Mariner High School are available in a variety of formats. This year, you will receive a phone message and email from the district if we close or delay school. This helps ensure we reach everyone, including those without an email address on file, before students stand outside at a bus stop, and before parents leave for work. If you added a text message number in the Blackboard portal https://mukilteoschooldistrict.bbcportal.com/ you would also receive a text message. As usual, school delays or closures will be posted on the district website and posted through FlashAlert, which also feeds into mainstream local news feeds.
Check out the following sites and join us on social media to stay connected:
Mukilteo School District App - Available in for Android phones and the Apple store very soon!
Mariner HS website: https://www.mukilteoschools.org/Domain/530
Blackboard Connect: https://mukilteoschooldistrict.bbcportal.com/
Mariner Twitter: @MHSEverett
Mariner Instagram: MarinerMarauders and MarinerCity
Mariner Facebook: Mariner Marauders
Mariner Compass (student newspaper): marinercompass.org
Mukilteo School District e-newsletter: sign up here e-newsletter
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