Marathon High School ranked 3rd overall in the state of Florida for high school sports classifications 2A, 3A and 4A for best performing Athletic Departments.
For more information about this honor and award go to http://www.fhsaa.org/news/2017/0614
FHSAA announces Marathon High School as the recipient of the 2017 Fred E. Rozelle Sportsmanship Award for Class 4A
Posted June 12th, 2017
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (6/12/17) – The Florida High School Athletic Association announced Monday the recipients of this year’s Fred E. Rozelle Sportsmanship Awards. The FHSAA promotes sportsmanship both on and off the field and wants to recognize the schools that portray these ideals. The award is given to schools whose athletic teams demonstrated exemplary sportsmanship during the 2016-2017 regular season as well as FHSAA State Series competition. This year, fifteen high schools and two middle schools received the prestigious award.
“Good sportsmanship gives student-athletes, coaches, fans, and family members the opportunity to enjoy a more wholesome environment in which all can share a better experience," FHSAA Executive Director Dr. Roger Dearing said. "We strive to instill this principal into all of our athletes in the state of Florida. These habits can be used well-beyond the confines of a stadium or ballpark. We are happy to recognize these schools and their student-athletes who exemplify not only sportsmanship, but teamwork and citizenship as well."
The award, presented annually since 1991, is named in honor of FHSAA Commissioner Emeritus Fred E. Rozelle. The overall classification recipient is presented to one school in each classification whose total sports program best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship as demonstrated by its coaches, players and spectators. Awards are also given to a runner up within each classification. Criteria for selection of the winners includes programs and activities implemented within the school and community to promote sportsmanship; the number and type of technical fouls received; the number and type of exceptional sportsmanship reports; and the source of the nomination.
Classification runner-ups will each receive $500 and a commemorative plaque. Each classification winner will receive $2,500 and a plaque.
Registration for Marathon High School Athletics for the 2017-2018 school year is now open. All athletes must be registered. Please log on to https://athleticclearance.fhsaahome.org/index.php and create an account. Step by step directions are in the PDF file labeled ATHLETIC CLEARANCE. Current physicals filed in the MHS Athletic office will be uploaded once you register. New files may be uploaded by you. (Remember, physicals are valid for one calendar year). When your registration is complete, please print the confirmation form and the consent for medical treatment. Once these forms are signed and notarized, please turn them in along with the physical to the MHS Athletic Office found in the main office at Marathon High School.
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If you have questions, please contact Athletic Director, Teresa Konrath Teresa.email@example.com
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The Monroe County School District has implemented a new student information system which includes replacement of the Pinnacle Gradebook. The FOCUS Student Portal is now available! Students can sign on through the link at the top of the page under Students- FOCUS Student Login, and student login information has been provided to school administrators and gradebook managers. The FOCUS Parent Portal is expected to be available soon. There will be a registration process for parents to have their own accounts to access the portal. With the account, they will be able to view student grades and attendance. A single account will be used to access information on all students in a family.
Login with the following information: Username is Firstinitiallastname and password is 44LUNCHNUMBER0 (44, the 5-digit lunch number, and a Zero).
Thank you for your patience as we transition to a new system. We hope that you will find the additional resources available through the Parent Portal helpful in monitoring your child’s academic success.
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The purpose of the high school community service program is to encourage students to undertake volunteer activities in Monroe County. This program can enhance awareness of community problems and engage students in becoming agents of change. Community service is defined as volunteer hours donated to a selected organization that is non-profit in nature. Students give back to the community by sharing their talents, time and resources. Moreover, completion of minimum numbers of service hours is one requirement of the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program as well as of other scholarships.
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