This Week at MHS

Here's what is happening the week of March 8th -12th!

Dear MHS Parents and Students,

Happy last week before Spring Break! We wish each family a restful break from school. We have one more nine week period to finish this school year strong! This Tuesday and Thursday will be exam days and the schedule for each day is listed below.


Intervention days will be March 11th and 12th. Students and parents will be notified by Tuesday, March 9 if their student should attend one or more of the intervention days.


Rising Seniors - SAVE THE DATES - Senior Pictures will be held in the MHS Library May 26th and 27th. More information will be coming to you from McEachern Photography, the new photo company for MHS.


Reminder that all schools will be closed on April 2nd and April 5th.


Our band will host a concert Tuesday in the MHS gym starting at 7pm. Come out for a great concert!


Congratulations to our boys basketball team for an outstanding season! We wish our girls team the best of luck as they travel to Murfreesboro for the State Tournament. GO Rebels!


It's Spring Sports TIme! We hope you will come out to cheer on our boy's soccer, baseball, softball, tennis, track and swim teams.


The digital parent season passes for spring sports are now live on our GoFan page. We are also offering a student spring season pass for $20! https://gofan.co/app/school/TN11339


Maryville High School is very excited to be able to offer a Prom experience to our students this year on Friday, April 23rd. At this time, no outside guests will be permitted to attend. April 23rd will also be Senior Seminar and My Real Life day for all Seniors. Any senior attending Prom - whether a digital or traditional student - will be expected to be in attendance for the Senior Seminar at MHS from 8:25-2pm on Friday, April 23rd.


We remind everyone that all students are expected to wear a face covering when social distancing cannot occur. We appreciate your support in caring for the health and well being of our school community.

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Monday, March 8th - B DAY - Normal Bell Schedule

  • all traditional students in class at MHS
  • all digital students engaged in digital lessons at home
  • hybrid students report for their class or engage digitally



8:25-9:50 First Period

9:50-10:05 Break

10:05-11:30 Second Period

11:35-1:45 Third Period and Lunch

A LUNCH

Lunch 11:30-12:00

Class 12:05-1:45

B LUNCH

Class 11:35-12:05

Lunch 12:05-12:35

Class 12:35-1:45

C LUNCH

Class 11:35-12:40

Lunch 12:40-1:10

Class 1:10-1:45

D LUNCH

Class 11:35-1:15

Lunch 1:15-1:45

1:50-3:20 Fourth Period

Tuesday, March 9th - A DAY - Exams for 1st and 2nd

  • all traditional students in class at MHS
  • all digital students engaged in digital lessons at home
  • hybrid students report for their class or engage digitally


Exams 1 and 2:

8:25 - 10:10 First Period

10:10 – 10:25 Break

10:30 - 12:15 Second Period

12:20 - 2:10 Third Period & Lunch

A Lunch

· Lunch 12:15 - 1:00

· Class 1:05 - 2:10

D Lunch

· Class 12:20 - 1:25

· Lunch 1:25 - 2:10

2:15 - 3:20 Fourth Period

Wednesday, March 10th - B DAY - Exams in 3rd and 4th

  • all traditional students in class at MHS
  • all digital students engaged in digital lessons at home
  • hybrid students report for their class or engage digitally


Exams 3 and 4:

8:25-9:40 First Period

9:40-9:55 Break

9:55-11:10 Second Period

11:15-1:35 Third Period and Lunch

A LUNCH

Lunch 11:10-11:55

Class 12:00-1:35

D LUNCH

· Class 11:15-12:50

· Lunch 12:50-1:35

1:40-3:20 Fourth Period

Thursday, March 11th and Friday March 12th - Intervention Days

All students attending intervention should be at MHS from 8:30am-3:30pm.

Students attending intervention should check their SCHOOL email account for additional information.

Is your student interested in a Dual Enrollment Course?

Dual Enrollment or Early College Experience is the opportunity for students to earn not only high school credit but also college credit hours for college classes taken during their junior and senior years of high school. Students must qualify by having a 3.0 unweighted GPA, and they must have minimum subscores of 19 on the ACT. Likewise, the state of Tennessee provides the Dual Enrollment Grant to students to assist in paying for college tuition. The information for Dual Enrollment can be found at maryville-schools.org, Maryville High School, Classrooms, Dual Enrollment.


If your child is interested in taking DE classes, please complete the Application and Release forms that are below. Please see Mrs. Burchfield if you need additional information.

Clarifying Required Quarantine Times

As you know, the CDC and Tennessee Department of Health have recently made changes to quarantine time frames. Our Health Department has clarified the policies and procedures we are expected to follow. Here are the details you need to know for next semester:



  1. Close contact quarantine is now only 10 days, not 14.
  2. The 10 day quarantine requirement can be shortened with the following stipulations:
  • A student must receive a negative result from a PCR test, not a rapid test.
  • The test must be taken on Day 6 of the quarantine time frame or later.
  • The negative test allows a student to return to school on Day 8 of the quarantine time. Basically, a negative test will allow a student back two days sooner, depending on the length of time it takes to receive the test results.
  • Documentation of the negative test results will be required to re-enter school early and should be provided to the school nurse before a student attends classes.



We know that asking a student to quarantine impacts extracurricular obligations, work obligations, and family plans. Thank you for your continued support as we follow the TDOH guidelines this upcoming semester.

Pellissippi State is hosting a webinar for high school seniors and parents on Saturday, March 27 at 10:00 a.m. This webinar is called "What's Next" and will address what the next steps are after applying to PSTCC. Topics will include financial aid, advising and registration, new student orientation and a myPellissippi tutorial. Join the webinar by registering in advance at this link: https://web2.pstcc.edu/sa/forms/admissions/prospective/index.php?id=2864

For parents of high-achieving 11th grade students: is your child interested in attending Girls State (Tuesday, June 1-Friday, June 4) or Boys State (Tuesday, May 25-Friday May 29)? Please see the MHS Website – Daily Announcements for a nomination form. Both events will be virtual this summer. For more information, please visit http://alavgs.org/ (Girls State) and https://www.tnboysstate.org/ (Boys State).


School counselors will host a field trip to Knoxville area cosmetology and barbering programs including Aveda and Tennessee School of Beauty on March 24. Students who are interested in attending school for cosmetology, barbering, or aesthetics after high school can sign up for this opportunity in Guidance. There is no cost to attend, and students will be responsible for any makeup work. We are limited to 20 students and priority will be given to seniors.

Sewanee is still accepting applications for the annual Young Writer's Conference. The program will be virtual this year and in addition to having workshops in poetry, playwriting, and fiction, Sewanee is also offering three specialized courses: (1) Fantasy, Science Fiction, Fabulism: Short Fiction through a Fantastic Lens, (2) Digging Deep: Writing and Discovery in Poetry and Creative Nonfiction, and (3) Re-visioning Your Revisions. Is your child passionate about creative writing? Explore this website to learn about the program. Follow this link to learn more: https://new.sewanee.edu/sywc/. Sewanee encourages students to submit applications ASAP. The cost is $1,200 to attend.


The Tickle College of Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, will host two virtual summer engineering programs for rising twelfth grade students during this summer. The High School Introduction to Engineering Systems for Twelfth Graders (HITES12) program will inspire rising twelfth-grade students (current juniors) to tackle real-world engineering challenges through creative applications of math and science. New this year, UTK has removed the standardized test score requirement to accommodate students who were unable to take these exams during the pandemic. The program dates are June 6 – 11, 2021 (session #1) and June 20-25, 2021 (session #2). More information about our program and application link can be found at: https://tickle.utk.edu/diversity/pre-college/hites12/. Applications will remain open until March 14th.

Seniors received the March edition of the scholarship newsletter via email on March 5, 2021. Upcoming scholarships of interest:


The MHS Booster Club Scholarship (March 22), the Fort Craig School of Dynamic Learning Scholarship (March 24), C.B. Brown Scholarship (March 31), CBBC Bank Local Scholars (March 31). SENIORS FROM MARYVILLE HIGH SCHOOL WILL WIN THE SCHOLARSHIPS from Booster Club and Fort Craig. Consult the MHS School Counseling Canvas page for details.