1-17-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, January 17, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
Fri. 1-17 GIRLS’ BASKETBALL- Home- Ridgefield 5:30/7:00  
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Hey Longview!  ASL Club and RAL Booster Club needs your help!  Come help us encourage Kylee Jacobson as she battles cancer.  Join us on January 29th at 6:00pm at the RAL auditorium for ASL interpreted music performed by ASL students in all 3 levels!  Admission is free, all donations go to the Jacobson family.

There will be an Aviation Maintenance Day offered by the Washington National Guard on Wednesday, February 5th.  Students interested in attending can sign up with Mrs. Peters in the Career Center beginning tomorrow.  There are a limited number of spots available, so sign up soon!

An Apprenticeship and Trades Family Info Night will be held on Thursday, January 23rd from 5:30-7:30 at the Kelso High School.  This event is for students in grades 10-12 and their families who would like to learn about training and career opportunities in the trades.  Sign up online at www.khscareercenter.com or see Mrs. Peters in the MMHS Career Center on Friday.

Winterball is Saturday, Feb. 8th and dance passes are available to be picked up at the Activities Window and are due Jan. 31st.

Students interested in attending the Washington High School Theatre Festival March 19-21 in Bellingham at WWU should pick up paperwork from Susan Donahue in the Theatre as soon as possible.  Registration commitment, which must be signed by a parent, is due no later than Thursday, January 23rd.

Theatre students interested in helping with elementary and middle school camp fundraisers on Friday, January 24th (Records Day), should contact a Thespian officer or Susan Donahue before Friday, January 17th.

On February 13th, Theatre students are hosting a fundraiser impromptu play at 7:30 p.m.  If you want to participate, the deadline to sign up and pay the $5 fee is January 27th.  If you want to see a hilarious one-act play, come to the theatre by 7:30 p.m. on Friday, February 13th!

PSAT scores are in.  Please stop by the Guidance Office to pick up your scores and get your test book.

Performances for Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind are February 28 and 29, March 6 and 7.  If you have questions, talk to theatre director Susan Donahue in the auditorium, check out the Mainstage Theatre Facebook page, or email Susan.

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Volunteers are needed to help in the reading program at Northlake Elementary School from 2:35-3:15pm.  This opportunity can be used for service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Northlake Elementary School needs volunteers to help in classrooms and to provide childcare during PTO meetings.  These can be used as service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Pepperoni Calzone, Steamed Broccoli

Tuesday: Teriyaki Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Bean and Cheese Burrito, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Chicken Strips, w/g tea roll, Baked Beans

Friday:  Bacon Cheeseburger, Tots

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-01-17T15:25:38+00:00January 17th, 2020|

Five Teachers Earn National Board Certification

Five more of our teachers are now Nationally Board Certified!  These five fantastic teachers include: Ronda Butterfield from Robert Gray Elementary, Nicole Campbell from Cascade Middle School, Paul Field from R.A. Long High School, Jenessa Norvaisis from CVG Elementary, and Joel Thomas from St. Helens Elementary.

Also, here are all of our other teachers who are on the National Board of Certification:
Columbia Heights: Carolyn Kochis

CVG: Stacey Niemi, Lori Parcell, Jodie Rodriguez

Kessler: Linda Miles

Mark Morris: Christopher Coffee, Anna Langenbach, Lauren Princehouse, Travis Ruhter, Diondra Volk

Mint Valley: Greg Buckiewicz, Susan Christopersen, Michelle McDonald

Monticello: Ryan Chinchen, Scott Firth, Jessica Jones, Constance Noakes, Michelle Opgrande, Anna Peterson, Lanette Shepherd

Mt. Solo: Daniel Reed

Northlake: Saskia Rivera

Olympic: Angela Guinn, Carmen Hewitt, Angela Richards, Jinnifer Sharer, Shawna Wilson, Ellen Winn

St. Helens: Kelley Smith

According to the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, certification was designed to develop, retain and recognize accomplished teachers and to generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide. It is the most respected professional certification available in K-12 education.

Created by teachers, for teachers, the National Board Standards represent a consensus among educators about what accomplished teachers should know and be able to do. The certification process requires that teachers demonstrate standards-based evidence of the positive effect they have on student learning in alignment with the Five Core Propositions. They must exhibit a deep understanding of their students, content knowledge, use of data and assessments and teaching practice. They must also show that they participate in learning communities and provide evidence of ongoing reflection and continuous learning.

Congratulations!

2020-01-17T20:40:37+00:00January 17th, 2020|

1-16-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, January 16, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
Thu. 1-16 BOYS’ BASKETBALL – Away- Ridgefield 5:30/:5:30/7:00

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

There will be an Aviation Maintenance Day offered by the Washington National Guard on Wednesday, February 5th.  Students interested in attending can sign up with Mrs. Peters in the Career Center beginning tomorrow.  There are a limited number of spots available, so sign up soon!

An Apprenticeship and Trades Family Info Night will be held on Thursday, January 23rd from 5:30-7:30 at the Kelso High School.  This event is for students in grades 10-12 and their families who would like to learn about training and career opportunities in the trades.  Sign up online at www.khscareercenter.com or see Mrs. Peters in the MMHS Career Center on Friday.

Any Seniors who missed yesterday’s financial aid workshop are invited to LCC today from 2-6pm to apply for FAFSA, LCC, or any other colleges as well as scholarships.  The event will be in the LCC library.

Winterball is Saturday, Feb. 8th and dance passes are available to be picked up at the Activities Window and are due Jan. 31st.

Students interested in attending the Washington High School Theatre Festival March 19-21 in Bellingham at WWU should pick up paperwork from Susan Donahue in the Theatre as soon as possible.  Registration commitment, which must be signed by a parent, is due no later than Thursday, January 23rd.

Theatre students interested in helping with elementary and middle school camp fundraisers on Friday, January 24th (Records Day), should contact a Thespian officer or Susan Donahue before Friday, January 17th.

On February 13th, Theatre students are hosting a fundraiser impromptu play at 7:30 p.m.  If you want to participate, the deadline to sign up and pay the $5 fee is January 27th.  If you want to see a hilarious one-act play, come to the theatre by 7:30 p.m. on Friday, February 13th!

PSAT scores are in.  Please stop by the Guidance Office to pick up your scores and get your test book.

Performances for Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind are February 28 and 29, March 6 and 7.  If :you have questions, talk to theatre director Susan Donahue in the auditorium, check out the Mai/nstage Theatre Facebook page, or email Susan.

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Volunteers are needed to help in the reading program at Northlake Elementary School from 2:35-3:15pm.  This opportunity can be used for service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Northlake Elementary School needs volunteers to help in classrooms and to provide childcare during PTO meetings.  These can be used as service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Pepperoni Calzone, Steamed Broccoli

Tuesday: Teriyaki Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Bean and Cheese Burrito, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Chicken Strips, w/g tea roll, Baked Beans

Friday:  Bacon Cheeseburger, Tots

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-01-16T15:17:29+00:00January 16th, 2020|

2020-2021 District Calendar

The school board has recently approved the District Calendar for the 2020-2021 school year!
If you would like to have access to the new calendar, then please visit our Key Dates page.

2020-01-14T16:46:18+00:00January 14th, 2020|

1-14-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
Tue. 1-14 GIRLS’ BB – Away- R.A. Long 5:30/7:00  
    GIRLS’ BOWLING – Home – R.A. Long 3:15  
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Just a reminder:  Wednesday, January 15th, staff will be available from 10am-5pm in the LGIC to assist seniors and their families in completing the FAFSA and answer questions about financial aid.

Students interested in attending the Washington High School Theatre Festival March 19-21 in Bellingham at WWU should pick up paperwork from Susan Donahue in the Theatre as soon as possible.  Registration commitment, which must be signed by a parent, is due no later than Thursday, January 23rd.

Theatre students interested in helping with elementary and middle school camp fundraisers on Friday, January 24th (Records Day), should contact a Thespian officer or Susan Donahue before Friday, January 17th.

On February 13th, Theatre students are hosting a fundraiser impromptu play at 7:30 p.m.  If you want to participate, the deadline to sign up and pay the $5 fee is January 27th.  If you want to see a hilarious one-act play, come to the theatre by 7:30 p.m. on Friday, February 13th!

Spring Athlete Seniors- if you plan to turn out for a Spring Sport, and have not been in a Mascot Media Sports picture this season, please contact your coach before Wednesday, Jan. 15 about getting a uniform for the Mascot Media Spring Poster Picture.

PSAT scores are in.  Please stop by the Guidance Office to pick up your scores and get your test book.

Performances for Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind are February 28 and 29, March 6 and 7.  If you have questions, talk to theatre director Susan Donahue in the auditorium, check out the Mainstage Theatre Facebook page, or email Susan.

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Volunteers are needed to help in the reading program at Northlake Elementary School from 2:35-3:15pm.  This opportunity can be used for service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Northlake Elementary School needs volunteers to help in classrooms and to provide childcare during PTO meetings.  These can be used as service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Pepperoni Calzone, Steamed Broccoli

Tuesday: Teriyaki Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Bean and Cheese Burrito, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Chicken Strips, w/g tea roll, Baked Beans

Friday:  Bacon Cheeseburger, Tots

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-01-14T15:12:39+00:00January 14th, 2020|

1-13-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, January 13, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
Mon. 1-13 BOYS’ BB – Home- R.A. Long 6:20/5:30/7:00  
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Hear ye, hear ye:

Writer’s, Poets, Authors from all walks of land

The Writer’s Guild wants you!

From writing exercises, peer analysis & plenty of writing time

Feel free to check out a meeting and test the waters.

We meet  every Monday in the Library from 2:30-3:30.

Spring Athlete Seniors- if you plan to turn out for a Spring Sport, and have not been in a Mascot Media Sports picture this season, please contact your coach before Wednesday, Jan. 15 about getting a uniform for the Mascot Media Spring Poster Picture.

PSAT scores are in.  Please stop by the Guidance Office to pick up your scores and get your test book.

Performances for Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind are February 28 and 29, March 6 and 7.  If you have questions, talk to theatre director Susan Donahue in the auditorium, check out the Mainstage Theatre Facebook page, or email Susan.

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Volunteers are needed to help in the reading program at Northlake Elementary School from 2:35-3:15pm.  This opportunity can be used for service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Northlake Elementary School needs volunteers to help in classrooms and to provide childcare during PTO meetings.  These can be used as service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Pepperoni Calzone, Steamed Broccoli

Tuesday: Teriyaki Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Bean and Cheese Burrito, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Chicken Strips, w/g tea roll, Baked Beans

Friday:  Bacon Cheeseburger, Tots

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-01-13T15:03:34+00:00January 13th, 2020|

Three on Three Basketball Tournament Raises $300

On Thursday, December 19th, Mark Morris had a three on three basketball tournament to raise money for Doernbecher Children’s Hospital. This event successfully raised $300 for Doernbecher!
Thank you all who participated in this event!

students gathered for a photo

Students holding check for $300 donated to children's hospital

2020-01-10T23:49:15+00:00January 10th, 2020|

1-10-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, January 10, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
Fri. 1-10 BOYS’ BB – Away – Woodland 6:00/7:30  
    BOWLING – Away- Columbia River 3:15  
    GIRLS’ WRESTLING – Away – Kelso Invite 3:30  
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Hear ye, hear ye:

Writer’s, Poets, Authors from all walks of land

The Writer’s Guild wants you!

From writing exercises, peer analysis & plenty of writing time

Feel free to check out a meeting and test the waters.

We meet  every Monday in the Library from 2:30-3:30.

GSA meeting today will be in Mr. Forsman room C11 after school.

Spring Athlete Seniors- if you plan to turn out for a Spring Sport, and have not been in a Mascot Media Sports picture this season, please contact your coach before next Wednesday, Jan. 15 about getting a uniform for the Mascot Media Spring Poster Picture.

ASB officer applications are at the Activities Window and due TODAY, Friday, Jan. 10.

PSAT scores are in.  Please stop by the Guidance Office to pick up your scores and get your test book.

Performances for Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind are February 28 and 29, March 6 and 7.  If you have questions, talk to theatre director Susan Donahue in the auditorium, check out the Mainstage Theatre Facebook page, or email Susan.

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Volunteers are needed to help in the reading program at Northlake Elementary School from 2:35-3:15pm.  This opportunity can be used for service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Northlake Elementary School needs volunteers to help in classrooms and to provide childcare during PTO meetings.  These can be used as service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Bosco Baked Cheese Sticks, Steamed Broccoli

Tuesday: Mandarin Orange Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Popcorn Chicken, W/G tea roll, Baked Beans, Roasted Zucchini

Friday:  Build your own Burrito Bar

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-01-10T15:13:31+00:00January 10th, 2020|

Get Ready for Chilly Weather

Dear Parents and Families,

It looks like winter weather might be coming soon. If severe weather arrives you can get information about possible school closures or late start times from multiple sources.

If there is a change to the school schedule a notice will be posted on Flash Alert by 6 a.m. For the most immediate information sign up to receive emails from Flash Alert at www.flashalert.net. Additionally, information will be posted on Facebook at www.facebook.com/longviewschools and on the district web page www.longviewschools.com.

We encourage you to check these sources for updates as weather conditions change.

You can also tune into local radio or Portland television stations for school information.

Please drive carefully.

Thank you.

2020-01-10T00:30:02+00:00January 9th, 2020|

1-9-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, January 9, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

ASB officer applications are at the Activities Window and due on Friday, Jan. 10.

PSAT scores are in.  Please stop by the Guidance Office to pick up your scores and get your test book.

Performances for Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind are February 28 and 29, March 6 and 7.  If you have questions, talk to theatre director Susan Donahue in the auditorium, check out the Mainstage Theatre Facebook page, or email Susan.

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Volunteers are needed to help in the reading program at Northlake Elementary School from 2:35-3:15pm.  This opportunity can be used for service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

Northlake Elementary School needs volunteers to help in classrooms and to provide childcare during PTO meetings.  These can be used as service to school points or community service hours.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Bosco Baked Cheese Sticks, Steamed Broccoli

Tuesday: Mandarin Orange Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Popcorn Chicken, W/G tea roll, Baked Beans, Roasted Zucchini

Friday:  Build your own Burrito Bar

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-01-09T15:13:45+00:00January 9th, 2020|