Week 18: January 9 -15
THIS WEEK'S LUNCH HOUR MEETINGS
Tuesday, January 10:
Wednesday, January 11: Robotics meeting at 11:00 in the athletic conference room
Thursday, January 12:
Friday, January 13:
Seniors: Please check your email for a very important message from Mrs. Mitlyng. You will be asked to complete a form that asks for graduation information.
MHS Honor Society members are reminded to attend our meeting on Monday at 11:35 in room A258.
Seniors: There will be a MANDATORY class meeting in the theatre on Wednesday, 1/11 during Ramp Up. The Josten's rep. will be here to give you information on your caps/gowns for commencement.
On Wednesday during lunch, Career Internship students will be displaying their research projects. Stop by and hear about their learning experience in their chosen career area.
Students, as we enter into the coldest days of winter, please be reminded to NOT leave your devices in your vehicle. The cold temperatures can cause your device to not work or your screen may crack.
Yearbook Picture day is Tuesday, January 31st. The yearbook staff and Photoworks will be taking pictures of our music ensembles (9th grade band, concert choir, etc.) as well as our activities (Marshall ACTS, FFA, etc.). A schedule for picture day will be posted closer to the date and shared with students. We do not have retakes, so do your best to be in school on that day. We also do not accommodate for PSEO classes. Be sure to bring or wear your activities t-shirts. If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Eben at Neenah.Eben@marshall.k12.mn.us. In case of inclement weather, our back up day will be Thursday, Feb. 2nd.
Yearbook News: Order your yearbook today! Use online ordering! www.marshallyearbook.com.
STUDENT SERVICES ANNOUNCEMENTS
Attention Freshman and Parents-Students are invited to apply to be an attendee of Camp Rising Sun this summer from June 23rd-July 1st for boys or July 26th-Aug. 23rd for girls. This camp is a leadership program designed to create a better world tomorrow by inspiring young leaders today. The camp is held in Rhinebeck New York. The only cost to students is transportation to and from the camp. Financial assistance is available (from the camp alumni association) for families who cannot afford the transportation cost. Students will participate in 4 weeks of interaction that is carefully designed to promote personal growth, leadership skills, a service ethic and intercultural understanding. Camp attendees come from over 30 countries around the world. The selection process for camp attendees is based on intellect, character, leadership potential and individuality. More info (and an application) is available at www.lajf.org. Hard copies of camp info is available in Student Services at MHS. The deadline for applications to be received by camp officials is January 15, 2023.