MARYSVILLE JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE WEEK OF 4/15/19.
“RISE & REACH”
Teachers – Please post these in your classroom.
Activity Meeting: KAYS mtg. Wedensday - AEP - Auditorium, Art Club mtg. - Wednesday - AEP - Art Room.
JV TN @ Abilene - 1pm - Dismissal - 10:45am - Departure - 11am., HS Forensics @ Onaga - 4pm - Dismissal - 2:15pm - Departure - 2:30pm.,
V TN @ Topeka West - 8am - Departure - 6am., HS Golf @ Abilene - 9am - Departure - 7am., HS TR @ Concordia - 11am - Departure - 7:45am., HS Forensics @ Abilene - 4pm - Dismissal - 1:45pm - Departure - 2pm., JH TR @ Clay Center - 3:30pm - Dismissal - 1:15pm - Departure - 1:30pm., HS Bsb/SB @ Wamego - 4:30pm - Dismissal - 1:45pm - Departure - 2pm.
Art Show @ Ft. Hays - Departure - 5:15am., FFA Livestock and Agronomy CDE’s @ Senecca - Departure - 7:30am.
JH TR @ Sabetha - 1pm - Dismissal - 10:40am - Depart - 10:55am., HS JV TR @ Washington County - 4pm - Dismissal - 2:30pm - Departure - 2:45pm., HS TN @ Home - 4pm.
There will be a Driver's Ed meeting for parents and students on Wednesday, April 17 at 6:15 p.m. The meeting will be held in the MJSHS cafeteria. If the student has an instructional permit, please make sure you bring it to the meeting.
Congratulations to the FBLA state competitors on a job well done! The Marysville FBLA chapter placed 3rd in the state out of 120 chapters, class 1A-6A, for their entire year's activities. From the state competition there are 17 national qualifiers. The Parliamentary Procedure Team are state champions! (Lane Johnson-Martinez, Alex White, Bryar O'Neil, Jodee Borgerding, Patrick Smith).
Pizza Hut will be hosting a fundraiser for the FBLA national qualifiers on Monday, April 15. All orders from 4 p.m. to close will assist the students (dine in, carry out, and delivery)!
EXCITING NEWS - 8TH AND 10TH GRADE STUDENTS:
April 16, 17: FutureMaker Mobile Lab - Wichita State University Presents- 8th/10th Students throughout the day (schedule will be given to teachers) - will use Mrs. Kessinger-Wassom’s and Mr. Heuer’s classrooms as well as the parking lot outside of weight room.
WSU Tech and Goodwill Industries of Kansas, Inc. worked together to develop the FutureMaker Mobile Learning Lab to allow middle/high students to have the opportunity to experience the thrill of hands-on, interactive learning in “high-demand technical fields” as identified by the Kansas Department of Commerce. The goal of this mobile lab is to educate Kansans by bringing these in-demand careers to their doorsteps through the use of technology. In this mobile lab students will experience actual and virtual tools that are used in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers identified as high-demand throughout Kansas and the United States. The lab will capture the interest of all ages through exploration of STEM education using virtual reality, information technology and hands-on experiences and challenges. This exploration of technical careers will ultimately lead more Kansans into career pathways such as Aviation, Advanced Manufacturing and Health Sciences.
The FutureMaker Mobile Learning Lab consists of a 40-foot trailer that travels throughout the state of Kansas. We bring the entire rig to your school, and setup both inside the trailer and a designated classroom. Once setup onsite, students participate in a variety of interactive activities focusing on high-demand STEM career fields. Students use equipment such as a virtual welder to simulate metal repairs/fabrication, a virtual painter to get a sense for aviation/automotive commercial coatings, and actual tools used in the fabrication of aircraft. The lab also carries a set of zSpace 3D computers which provide students a virtual learning environment in which to do experiments and challenges. These computer stations contain programs related to various science subjects which allow students to virtually dissect, wire, build and explore STEM topics in immersive 3D.
KSHSAA Regional Solo and Ensemble Festival Instrumental Results for Marysville High SchoolSaturday, April 6, 2019:
Ensemble 1 Ratings:
Percussion Ensemble - (Josh Richardson, Elizabeth Luppen, Garrett Drey, Mason Foley, Thomas Glore, Jacob Harries, Ryan Stade, Mackenzie Schotte, Grace Schroller)
Trumpet Trio - (Grace Lauer, Macy Roever, Megan Kirkland)
Brass Ensemble - (Megan Kirkland, Grace Lauer, Macy Roever, Alicia Housely, Anna Cohorst, Autumn Schramm, Nikki Enos, Michael Largen)
Individual 1 Ratings:
Raudy Latta, baritone, Megan Kirkland, trumpet, McKenna Minneman, bassoon, Ross Latta, baritone, Harlie Slupianek, flute, Jacy Butler, French horn, and Elizabeth Luppen, marimba.
***Students receiving a I rating will go on the the KSHSAA State Solo and Ensemble Festival held at Southeast-Saline High School on Saturday, April 27.
Community In Schools:
If you are struggling with these unexcused absences, and would like some further assistance CIS Site Coordinator can work with your student directly at school to help improve and maintain attendance.
Examples of Excused Absences:
llness (absences exceeding three days may require a physician statement).
Medical/Dental appointments (we highly encourage you to make these appointments outside of school hours).
Required county/state court appointments.
Serious family emergency i.e. funeral.
Special requests from parents (pre-arranged with Administration).
Arriving to school 15 minutes after the start of school or checking out more than 15 minutes before the end of the day without an acceptable reasons
Leaving school during the regular school day without approval of a school official or other non-emergency situations.
Personal grooming appointments (hair, nails, tanning, etc)
Skipping class/leaving campus without following proper procedure
Needed at home/babysitting
Missing the bus/ride
Needing sleep or rest
Post Secondary Announcements:
Juniors/Seniors taking the free ACT: If you have not yet taken the free ACT because you have been gone for school activities and you were originally signed up the make-up date is scheduled for April 24.
The United States Youth Conservation Corps has sent out school information for any students interested in a summer youth employment program. The program engages young people in meaningful work experiences on national parks, forests, wildlife refuges, and fish hatcheries, while developing an ethic of environmental stewardship and civic responsibility. YCC members work on projects, which promote awareness and appreciation of the public lands legacy and the nation’s natural, cultural, and historic resources. Students would need to be 15 years of age and salary would be $9.00 per hour. If interested please contact Mrs. Behrens for additional information.
If you need a college visit scheduled or would like to discuss post-secondary plans please contact Mrs. Behrens.
There will be a representative from Washburn here on April 25 during AEP. He will be meeting with students in the media center. Please go and visit with him if you are interested in attending Washburn.
April 15th: 6th grade students will be attending an enrollment presentation in the Auditorium from 8:30a.m.-10:00a.m. I am planning that they will go on tours throughout the building. 7th grade students will attend an enrollment meeting during AEP.!!
April 24th: Students interested in AmeriCorp or learning more about it??? Americorp students will be visiting the Jr. Sr. High!! Stop by Counseling Offices to get signed up if interested.
April 25th: Parent/Guardian meeting for all 6th grade student parent/guardians
May 16th: Senior Scholarship Recognition Night at 7:00p.m. in the Marysville Jr. Sr. High Auditorium.
We just received dates today for our CNA (certified Nurses aid class) for summer with clinical in Marysville. I have posted the dates below. Sophomores can take the summer CNA class Seniors will not have the class paid for by the state under SB155. Lab class will be in Baileyville at the school clinical will be at Cambridge Place in Marysville. Students may stop by Ms. Busch's Office or Mrs. Behrens's office.
Summer NUR 201 B3 with Laura O’Neil Marysville
Interested in Automotive Technology?? SCC Milford Campus will be hosting an Automotive Summer Camp June 12th. Stop by Ms. Busch's Office for more information.
Please re-review the placement testing requirements if you will be taking a concurrent class this fall. If you are taking the ACT, add Highland to your ACT School location, so that test scores can be sent.
Requirements for Composition I (must meet one of the following):
Cumulative “B” GPA or higher in Junior English
18 in English ACT
Qualifying Placement Score*
*Concurrent will no longer administer the English Asset Test. Please contact your closet Regional Center or Campus for testing options.
Requirements for College Algebra (must meet one of the following):
22 in MAT ACT
46 in Elementary Algebra Asset
Qualifying Placement Score
All Other Concurrent Classes
No Placement Score Required.
*KCA Construction Education Foundation Scholarship March 15th
*Wheat Scoop: Agriculture Scholarship Due March 15th
*Kansas Student Aid Applications (Applications for the following program of interest: Kansas Ethnic Minority Scholarship, Kansas Nursing Service Scholarship, Kansas Teacher Service, Kansas Career Technical Workforce Grant, Kansas Military Service, and Kansas National Guard Educational Assistance)
Kansas Insurance Department: Scholarship Essay Contest
KAAE: Wildlife/Natural Resources
Farmers Grow Ag Leaders
Rainbow International Restoration is looking to hire !!!
Rainbow International Restoration
Menu For This Week:
Chicken Fried Steak/
Mahed Potatoes w/Gravy
Grilled Chicken Salad
Pork Tender Sandwich/FF
Ribbette/Jo Jo Taters
Hot Dogs/ Jo Jo Taters
Popcorn Chicken Salad
Quote of the week: “Example is the best precept.” --Aesop