Food Service Update!- grab and go lunches will not be available at MHS during the week of June 1-5. The lunch program will resume Monday, June 8th and will be available Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during the summer.
MHS 2020 yearbooks will arrive some time in late June, an exact date is not yet available. Parents can still purchase a yearbook for $50.00 when they arrive or they may order from Yearbookordercenter.com under account 10740. Parents can also check to see if they have already ordered one by visiting the website. More information about how to get your yearbook will provided once we have a firm date.
The end of the school year is almost here. The last day of school for seniors is May 21st, for all other grades it is Friday, May 29th. Please make sure all assignments are completed and turned in by then. For students who fail to complete their assignments and earn credit, summer school letters will be sent out Monday, June 1st.
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Ms. Buhyoff is a dedicated teacher with 43 years of experience. She taught at Swilik and MHS. She has touched many lives in the Marathon community and we wish her all the best in her retirement! MHS staff and students honored her in a parade, click "Learn More" to see a video dedicated to her.
MHS student Christopher Paul 6th grader proudly displays 2 $50 incentive checks from COMPUTE$ for earning “Living online” and “IC3 Spark” certifications. One hundred and seventy-five Monroe County School District students received a pleasant surprise in their mailboxes last week in the form of incentive checks from COMPUTE$,” according to Sibba Mira, head Career & Technical Education in Monroe county. “Students, in grades 4-12, each received between $50 and $250 for earning an industry computer science certification in Microsoft, Adobe, AutoCAD, and IC3 Digital Literacy during the third marking period.” The prizes, which are normally handed out at school award ceremonies, could not come at a better time. “Many of our families are facing financial difficulties during this challenging time,” said Superintendent Mark Porter. “We are grateful to John Padget and COMPUTE$ for taking the initiative to make sure that our students receive their checks in a timely manner.”