MHS Bulletin

October 18 - 24, 2021

THIS WEEK'S LUNCH HOUR MEETINGS

Monday, October 18:
Tuesday, October 19:

Wednesday, October 20:

Thursday, October 21: NO SCOOL!
Friday, October 22: NO SCHOOL!

STAY INFORMED!

MHS Quarter 1 phone Conferences will be on Monday, October 18 from 3:45 - 7:45 PM. We will be using SignupGenius.com for scheduling individual conferences.


Attention MHS Students – Are you over 16 and are interested in a part time job? Marshall Public Schools is looking for people interested in working as a substitute custodian in the various schools. Marshall Public Schools offers competitive pay and flexible hours. See Mr. Jones if you would like to lean more information.

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Avera Marshall will be offering seasonal influenza vaccinations on Tuesday, October 26. Forms will be sent home on Monday, 10/18 and should be returned by noon on 10/25. Nurses from Avera Marshall will be onsite to administer the vaccine. If you have any questions, please contact our health office at 507-537-6920, ext.1010.


Sophomores: remember to get your class jewelry orders in Monday-Wednesday at the BPA table over lunch or to Ms. Kellen or Ms. Timmerman to get the free backpack or wireless headphones.

Juniors and Seniors—if you would like to order you can as well. Pick up a packet in the office for information on how/what to order.



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Student Services Announcements

  • Juniors & Seniors: Do you know what you want to be when you grow up? The ASVAB is a timed, free test that assesses academic ability and predicts success in a wide variety of occupations. The test will be given at MHS on Thursday, October 28th @ 8:15 am. This is NOT a test for students interested in the military and you will NOT be recruited by the armed services if you take the test. Juniors interested in taking this test need to register in student services by Monday, October 25th. After testing, students will also be asked to participate in and interpretation session later. Please go to www.asvabprogram.com or stop in student services for more information.


A representatives from the following college will be here on the date below and at the time indicated. Interested juniors and seniors are asked to see Jan for a pass.

  • Tues. Oct. 19 – HAMLINE UNIVERSITY – 2:00 pm
  • Wed. Oct. 20 – RIDGEWATER COLLEGE – 10:30 am

MHS DRESS CODE

Dress Code – p 16 of the student handbook. (School Board Policy 504) – All efforts of our dress code are designed to build an educational environment founded in respect for everyone’s right to feel safe, welcome, and to be treated with dignity throughout their educational journey in our schools. The responsibility for the appearance of students’ rests with the parents and the students themselves. Students are encouraged to use mature judgement when choosing clothing to wear at school. Students have the right to choose their manner of dress and personal grooming unless it causes a disruption with work, creates a classroom or school disorder, or could be interpreted as harassment by others. Appropriate dress, including footwear, is required to be worn at all times. Clothing should non-offensive. Students in violation of this policy will be asked to change into appropriate clothing. Administrative judgment will be in effect in determining appropriate dress with school officials reserving the right to apply school consequences (including the confiscation of inappropriate clothing items) for violations of policy 504. Teachers may exercise discretion in their classrooms based upon individual situations. Clothing is defined as any item that is worn – pants, shirts, jackets, coats, hats, etc. Examples of dress that is not allowed includes, but is not limited to:

  • Clothing advertising or representing substances illegal for juveniles. (Examples include but are not limited to alcohol, or any sort of chemical use)
  • Clothing containing obscene, discriminatory, profane language or pictures, or that could be considered as sexually offensive or is degrading to other people. (Examples include but are not limited to clothing showing the Playboy logo)
  • Clothing containing, or construed to be containing, gang symbols or clothing worn in a manner to identify gang membership.
  • Coats/jackets must be removed upon entering the building and stored in lockers during the school hours.
  • Headgear - this includes anything worn on the head (hats, bandannas, stocking caps, hooded sweatshirts), excluding wearing of head gear for religious purposes, must be stored in lockers between the hours of 8:00 and 3:05. Violations will be confiscated and stored in the office for 1 day on the first offense, and an additional 5 days for any subsequent violations.
    • Hooded sweatshirts are allowed. However, hoods are not to be worn on the head during school hours due the difficulty of identification of students.
    • Immodest clothing - clothing that does not adequately cover the torso, buttocks, and/or thighs. (Examples include but are not limited to shirts that do not cover the torso, t-shirts that are cut off with the arm holes becoming so large they expose the torso, and pants that are worn in a manner that the students undergarments are exposed)

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