- Category: High School News
Prom is May 5th 7:00-10:30. The promenade walk down the Red Carpet will begin at 6:45. Get ready to strut your stuff for the paparazzi! Tickets are on sale during lunch April 26-May 3, $45 singles and $75 per couple. The dance will be held at the elementary school and after prom is at the high school 10:45- 1:00
SADD Members working Jr HIgh Track Meet are
Sarah Stanley Mady Morris
Hannah Schultz Paige Dillery
Aubrey Thomas Hannah Watson
Mrs Miller is still looking for working for next Friday 27th for MHS INVITE: Same times-3:30-5:30 & 5:30-7:30 with 3 workers at each time. See Mrs. Miller to schedule to work! Quality now- Pizza Party coming soon!!
The Achievement Banquet reservations are due by Monday April 23rd.
Anyone in grades 8-11 interested in trying out for the dance team please pick up a packet in Mrs. Drossman's room 123. Tryouts are next week.
Start saving your pennies!!! PENNY WARS is back April 23-27. All grades are competing to bring in the most money in pennies. Pennies add to the class total silver coins and dollars subtract from the total. The winning grade earns the Incentive Day at Lions Park to play Zombies v Humans, Four Square in the Air and more!!!
Attention all middle school students! If you like to play some games, dodgeball and learn more about God join us for EPIC, an exclusive ministry for Margaretta Middle School Students. If all starts this Sunday at the Margaretta Elementary School Gym from 6:00-7:30pm. Bring all your friends and don’t miss out!
There will be a mandatory meeting for all 8th graders going on the DC Trip on Tuesday April 24th from 7-8pm in the cafeteria. It is mandatory that one parent is with every student going. If a parent can not make this meeting, you need to send someone in your place. Mrs Miller will be going over the dress code; bathroom essentials needed; t-shirts/bags; payments that are still due & refunds. Mr. Smith will be going over expectations & behavior.
All football players currently not involved in a spring sport lifting is on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays in the weight room after school starting at 2:50.
National Honor Society will recognize students who have excelled in community service with an award at the annual Achievement Banquet. If you have helped others through community service activities in the last 12 months, please complete a Community Service Registration form. Forms are available in the main office and need to be validated and returned to Mrs. Bonnigson no later than April 30.
A clipboard is available in the Guidance Office for you to record any scholarship money you have received to this date. This information will be published in the graduation program so please make sure that you record your awards. This includes any money you will be receiving from the college/university/trade/technical school you will be attending. Be sure you have the correct name of the award when recording it.
Please turn in your candy money when finished selling!
Please stop by the Guidance Office for an application form for ALL of the 30+ available scholarships chosen by the scholarship committee. Don't miss out on this opportunity to be considered for these scholarships.
A scholarship is being offered from the Horatio Alger Association for any student interested in enrolling in a career and technical program for fall 2018. You can get more information and apply at application.horatioalger.org.
Newly Added Scholarships
Brad Rudolph Memorial
Margaretta Athletic Boosters
Julie Miller Memorial
Charlie Pickett Memorial
UAW Local 913 Walter H. Ulmer
Matthew W. Pooch Memorial
Thomas Neill Womens Relief Corp
The Nielsen Family Music Major
August and Arlene Miller 4-H Memorial
Henry L. Bos Memorial
Kurt T. Rohrbacher Memorial
Class of 1995 Memorial
"Polar Press" Student Newspaper
The MARGARETTA LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT will deliver an education that supports academic achievement, in a safe environment, that provides the knowledge and skills needed to be college and career ready.