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Marathon High School News
Rewards!
MHS/MMS students recently enjoyed an “After EOC Party” during 7th period for attending the required number of after school boot camps in preparation for their End of Course Exam. Pizza was provided by Centennial Bank and desserts by Publix.
 

Pictured:  Top left - MHS/MMS Students; Top right - Timothy Anderson, Charles Williams, Antwaune Dixon, Taquoia Walker; Bottom left - Evans Patterson, Max Hribar, Robert Felts; Bottom right - Hannah Ziels and Noemi Fekete

Photo courtesy of Jessica Richard

District Principal of the Year


 
Congratulations to Marathon Middle/High School Principal Wendy McPherson for being selected as the district's Principal of the Year!





 
Sea Perch Competition Winners!

Congratulations to Marathon Middle School students (Sean, Timothy, Braylin and Darwin) who competed in the Monroe County School District's Sea Perch Competition. The MMS team won FIRST PLACE out of a field of fourteen teams district-wide. According to their teacher/coach, Mr. Carl Bish, "Their superior design, skill and ecological presentation won the trophy for MMS!"

 
Photos courtesy of Carl Bish

School Advisory Council Board for 2016-17
Congratulations to the recently elected MMHS School Advisory Council board members:
 
SAC Chair - Christina Gonzalez
Vice Chair - Christina Rodriguez
Secretary - Rachel Neller

Voting members will be proposed and accepted in August.
Scam Alert!
 
Monroe County Sheriff's Office
Daily Crime and Information Report
March 9, 2016
 
Follow us on Twitter @mcsonews and on Facebook at MCSO - Florida Keys. All of our press releases can be found on our blog at floridakeyssheriff.blogspot.com
 
Scam alert - Marathon area
 
A company that calls itself "Sports Media" is reportedly attempting to sell advertisements to businesses in the Marathon area for a "Marathon High School 2016 Spring Sports Poster." This is a scam and this company is not affiliated in any way with our local schools.
 
The internet lists many complaints about this company in various areas of the country. The Sheriff's Office has confirmed that Marathon High School has not hired this company to perform any services, nor do they support this effort in any way. 

MHS Graduation Information
 Marathon High School
Graduation 2016
 
This is an exciting and busy time of the year.  Please refer to the events and times listed below.  Graduation attire is very specific.  Please make sure to plan ahead.
 
DATE EVENT TIME LOCATION
April 15 Grad Bash 7:00 AM Orlando
May 14 PROM
(Must be at PROM by 9 PM or no admittance)
8:00 PM Country Club
May 16-20 Homegoing Events    
May 25 High School Field Day   Field
May 26-31 Senior Finals (Early Release seniors only)
May 26 exams 1, 2, & 3
May 27 exams 4 & 5
May 31 exams 6 & 7
  See Schedule
June 1 Senior Beach Day (Senior last day of class)   Sombrero Beach
June 2 Clearing debts/ Pick up Cap and Gown 8:30 AM Auditorium
June 4 TSIC Graduation (senior members only) 11:30 AM Auditorium
June 4 AVID Graduation (senior members only) 3:00 PM Auditorium
June 3 Baccalaureate Practice 8:30 AM San Pablo Church
June 5 Baccalaureate 5:30 PM San Pablo Church
June 6 Class Night Practice 8:30 AM Auditorium
June 7 Class Night Practice (w/capper) 8:30 AM Auditorium
June 7 Class Night and Capping Ceremony 7:00 PM Auditorium
June 8 Graduation Practice 8:30 AM Auditorium
June 9 Graduation Practice 8:30 AM Auditorium
June 9 Graduation Ceremony 8:00 PM Auditorium

 
Graduation expectations: Seniors must attend all practices to participate in the event.  If there is a conflict with practice times you must see your class sponsor to approve absences prior to practice.  All seniors who work are asked to make arrangements or change their work schedule to attend graduation practices and events. 
 
Graduation attire:
Girls wear white shoes and white dress.  Girls must wear shoes for all practices!!!  Lineup is dependent on height. 
 
Boys wear black pants and black shoes with black socks and white shirt with a black tie.
Fishing News

The Marathon Middle High School newsletter, Fishing News, is available online.  Click on the dolphin to access the MMHS Fishing News!






 
Middle School Academic Challenge
On May 11, 2016, Marathon High School hosted the Monroe County District Superintendent’s Academic Challenge. Six area middle schools competed: Marathon Middle School, Plantation Key School, Treasure Village Montessori, Horace O’Bryant, Sugarloaf and Plantation Key School.  Each team had a 4 member team with 2 alternates. There were three sections, of 5, 10 then 15 point questions on a variety of subjects—history, math, science and English. Mrs. Cox is the coach for Marathon Middle School, and the students practiced once a week to prepare for this competition.  Each student received a certificate of completion, and everyone gained knowledge and had fun challenging themselves and competing with peers.  
 
Pictured from left to right: Marathon Middle School team Coach Carollyn Cox, Maizie Eagan, Sarah Gomez, Nakaih Leppke, Delaina Ross, Theresa Axford, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning, Mary Ryder, Dave Murphy – Executive Director of Assessment and Accountability, Coral Sue Purcell, Katia Nikiforova.

Photo courtesy of Tracy Ross

 
AVID News
AVID students learning about the cost of living so they understand why college is a priority in their life.

Photo courtesy of Jamie Buhyoff
MMHS Welcomes DRC as Community Partner for Reading Program
Marathon Middle High was pleased to collaborate with Dolphin Research Center (DRC) this school year to offer incentives to our middle and high school students for reading done outside of the school day. The annual Superintendent’s Ultimate Reading Awards program offered drawings for bonus prizes to students who challenged themselves to achieve 100 AR points at 85% or higher. Monroe County Schools awarded a Kindle Fire to one bonus-eligible middle school student and one high school student. Dolphin Research Center added additional bonus prizes at varied grade levels including a Dolphin Encounter, Dolphin Dips, and free family admissions to DRC.

Pictured:  Bonus-eligible eighth-graders, at left, and sixth graders, at right, all won a special prize at the Superintendent’s Ultimate Reading Awards from MCSD or Dolphin Research Center to honor their reading achievements. Also pictured are Principal Wendy McPherson, far left; school board member John Dick, center left; DRC Educational Coordinator Beth Pinkus, center; Superintendent Mark Porter, center right; and school board member Capt. Ed Davidson, second from right.

Photo courtesy of Nicole Lera
Envirothon Winners!
Congratulations to Carl Bish and his Environthon Team who took 1st place in the Envirothon at Sombrero Beach on Friday. Students studied environmental topics submitted by local environmental organizations, and competed against teams from other Monroe County Middle Schools.  This is a first in at least the past 7 years!  Go MMHS!!  

Konrath Named to FHSAA Academic All-State Team

Congratulations to MHS Senior Sydney Konrath for being named to the Florida High School Athletic Association Academic All-State Team!  

Click here to view their page with the official announcement.


 
Beach Day
MHS MS Beach Day 2016
HOW DO I GET INVITED?
Be Here, Be Safe, Be Responsible, and Be Respectful by:
~Earning all As, Bs, and Cs in the year grade category and for the 4th nine weeks.
~Doing the right thing and staying out of ISS for the rest of the year.
~Doing the right thing by arriving to class on time (<5 tardies the 4th nine weeks).
~No OSS any time this school year.

Beach Day 2016 will take place Friday, June 3rd.
The qualifying period begins March 29, 2016.

Posted March 29, 2016
Event sponsored by the MHS MS PBS Team


 


 
Dolphin TV on YouTube

Dolphin Television is now on YouTube!!  

CLICK HERE to see morning announcements and other Dolphin TV productions!
 
 
iBElieve

Community Service Form

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.

Click here to access a Community Service Form.

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