Mrs. Reynold's classes had, former Marion Patriot & special guest, Sarah Bolton Stone from U of A to talk with the students. Get Real-Here’s the Deal! is a hands-on...
Congratulations to Coach Renaldo Clay for being selected for Marion High School's November TEACHER OF THE MONTH!! Your hard work and dedication to our students is very much...
'Tis the season for giving! MHS is having it's annual canned food drive starting today December 2-12. Boxes will be placed in the main office as well as many classrooms...
Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving Break! Thanksgiving Break is November, 25-29. We will see everyone back December 2!
Bonjour! Students in Ms. Rich's French classes have received letters from their new French-speaking penpals. Over the course of this school year, the Marion students will...
Dr. Kelly Damphousse, ASU's Chancellor, visited the Marion High School seniors today at the MPAC. Dr. Damphousse spoke to the class of 2020 about scholarships and...
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Make plans to join the MJHS and MHS Bands on Tuesday, December 10th for their winter concert!
Performances will include the 7th-Grade Beginning Band, 8th-Grade Band, 9th-Grade Band, High School Band, Jazz Band and more!
6:00 PM at the Marion Performing Arts Center. Hope to see you there!
'Tis the season for giving! MHS is having it's annual canned food drive starting today December 2-12. Boxes will be placed in the main office as well as many classrooms that are participating in collecting canned food items for Hope House.
The holiday season is full of opportunities to give to those who can’t afford to put nourishing meals on their family’s table.
And we desperately need to take advantage of these opportunities.
Though hunger may sound like a problem of the past – since obesity is often the more visible and talked-about issue – this is far from the truth. More than 49 million Americans live in food-insecure households, and 16 million of these people are children.
What hungry families need is not the Kraft Mac & Cheese that’s been sitting at the back of our pantry for two years, or the ketchup we never got around to using. Rather, they need healthy, high-quality foods that promote good eating habits any improved overall health.
Below is a link with even more information & suggestions for what is the best foods to donate and why... https://eating-made-easy.com/10-best-foods-donate-food-drive/view image
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As an introduction into the probability unit in AP Statistics, Farrah McFarland's students watched and discussed the game show, Deal or No Deal. The students played the game in class, and throughout the game they discussed the changing probability (as the number of cases decline) in winning a high amount. They students weighed their odds in whether they should settle for a small offer or continue playing for a large amount. Click the link for more photos.... http://bit.ly/2qE6Pi1view image
Sound Fuzion is coming to the MPAC again this year to perform for the MHS students!
Sound Fuzion is a contemporary student music ensemble from the University of Memphis whose mission is to entertain, educate, inspire, and inform. Our repertoire includes all forms of contemporary music including current and classic pop, rock, country, and R&B.
Sound Fuzion is made up of nine singers, a five-piece rhythm section, two audio engineers, and a performance and marketing/media coordinator. Our creative team of students is directed by faculty members, Lawrence Edwards and Jon Frazer, who guide the group on its musical journey. Sound Fuzion tours throughout the mid-south, performing for corporate events, schools, universities, and city functions.
Being in Sound Fuzion offers its members a one-of-a-kind opportunity to create music, learn the ins-and-outs of performing / touring, all while pursuing a degree of choice with a full tuition scholarship at the U of M.
For 30 years, passion, dedication, talent, and professionalism have made Sound Fuzion one of the most respected ensembles of its kind.
For even more information about this dynamic student group click the link below!view image
Bonjour! Students in Ms. Rich's French classes have received letters from their new French-speaking penpals. Over the course of this school year, the Marion students will be corresponding with this group of students from France. These students are learning English as a second language at the Collège Don Bosco in the Mayenne district of northwestern France. Their teacher Séverine Bourgneuf and the MSD French teacher Amanda Rich have been working together for the past year to connect their students across the globe. In addition to practicing their language skills, the students in both countries are able to learn more about each other's culture through these letters. Marion students are also realizing just how much in common they have with teenagers from France. C'est fantastique!view image