11-14-2018 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES 

DAY DATE EVENT TIME DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Attention Boys’ Golfers- Please stop by any day this week after school to pick up your letter in Mr. Tilton’s classroom A-1.

Tickets are NOW ON SALE for the 6th annual Madrigal Dinner.  For just $30 come be transported into a medieval world full of music and entertainment.  Enjoy a 4-course meal by a professional chef, choir performances from both Mark Morris and RAL Choirs, and a night full of laughter and holiday cheer.  Performances are Friday, Nov. 30th at 7:30 p.m., and Saturday, Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m.

You may purchase tickets at the ASB window anytime during school hours.

Congratulations to choir member Wyatt Boyd, who made it into the WMEA All-State Symphonic Choir as a tenor.  Singers auditioned and were selected from high schools all over Washington State.  He will perform with the choir in February at the state conference.

Book Review Group meets this Thursday in the library during both lunches.  Bring your lunch and come talk books.

 

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

Pacific Lutheran University

Thursday, November 15

12:30 p.m.

 

Cornish College of the Arts

Friday, November 16

9:45 a.m. (Monarch Time) in the LGIC

There are several opportunities for community service or service to school available in the Career Center.  Stop by and check it out!

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS

Sign up for these in the Career Center

Volunteers are needed every day between now and winter break to hand out cookies at the 15th Ave.             Safeway.

The Home for the Holiday Parade needs 40 volunteers to provide safety monitoring along the

Parade route.  Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 400-7:30 p.m.

 

Olympic Elementary School PTO needs 8 MMHS students to help provide child care for their

Parents’ Night Out.  Friday, November 20, 2018 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

 

Mt. Solo Middle School needs volunteers to help with their girls’ basketball and wrestling

Programs from 3:15-5 or 6:00 p.m.  Bus transportation is available from MMHS to Mt. Solo.

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  VETERANS’ DAY

Tuesday:  Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich w/Lettuce, Tomato and Doritos

Wednesday:  Bosco Cheese Sticks, Marina Dipping Sauce, Sriracha Sweet Tots

Thursday:  Grab and Go Chef Salad w/ W/G roll

Friday:  Bacon Cheeseburger w/ Baked potato gems

STAFF INFORMATION:

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11-13-2018 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School
DAILY BULLETIN
Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK

DAY DATE EVENT TIME DISMISS

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

Pacific Lutheran University
Thursday, November 15
12:30 p.m.

Cornish College of the Arts
Friday, November 16
9:45 a.m. (Monarch Time) in the LGIC

There are several opportunities for community service or service to school available in the Career Center. Stop by and check it out!

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS
Sign up for these in the Career Center

Volunteers are needed every day between now and winter break to hand out cookies at the 15th Ave. Safeway.

The Home for the Holiday Parade needs 40 volunteers to provide safety monitoring along the
Parade route. Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 400-7:30 p.m.

Olympic Elementary School PTO needs 8 MMHS students to help provide child care for their
Parents’ Night Out. Friday, November 20, 2018 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Mt. Solo Middle School needs volunteers to help with their girls’ basketball and wrestling
Programs from 3:15-5 or 6:00 p.m. Bus transportation is available from MMHS to Mt. Solo.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:
Monday: VETERANS’ DAY
Tuesday: Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich w/Lettuce, Tomato and Doritos
Wednesday: Bosco Cheese Sticks, Marina Dipping Sauce, Sriracha Sweet Tots
Thursday: Grab and Go Chef Salad w/ W/G roll
Friday: Bacon Cheeseburger w/ Baked potato gems

STAFF INFORMATION:

2018-11-13T15:04:45+00:00November 13th, 2018|

OCTOBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

CERAMICS

Lucinda Galindo approaches the clay with seriousness tempered with an appreciation and respect for the medium and all its quirks and challenges. In addition, her sunny disposition and helpful attitude gives me the confidence that, if needed, she can assist others.   Lucinda’s infectious curiosity and enthusiasm is very welcome in the Ceramics I studio this year and I look forward to witnessing her creative growth and process.

Submitted by Mrs. Robasky

 

 

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Poetry Douglas has exhibited the attributes of a conscientious, determined and curious student. She is excelling in CWP because of her commitment to consistent attendance and a strong work ethic. I am very proud of the changes Poetry has made which has put her in a position to be successful in CWP. Thank you for your efforts and the kindness you have shown to others. Keep it up!!

Submitted by Mr. Kloke

 

 

 

 

ADMINISTRATION

Teylor Martin-Forney has dramatically improved his behavior and his focus. He has shown his teachers a desire to learn and has been a positive impact on many of his peers. Teylor is very enjoyable to work with and I look forward to his success here at Mark Morris.

Submitted by Mr. Cooper

 

 

 

 

 

LEADERSHIP

Mariyah Dore has continued to demonstrate an immense amount of growth in her skills and thoughtfulness as a leader. She has done a masterful job facilitating every group that she has been in charge of this year.  She also presented an excellent small group workshop at the state conference for the second time. Mariyah always goes above and beyond in all she does. She is an outstanding example of a servant leader, and is a young woman that anyone can look up to for outstanding character. Mariyah is also serving as ASB Vice-President.

Submitted by Mr. Ruhter

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Sydney Wood is a third year swimmer, but she started as a total non-swimmer. She has battled illness that has caused her to miss many days of school but she has stuck with the swimming and not given up. She is now an accomplished swimmer, has gained much confidence and becoming more healthy. I enjoyed having her in class!

Submitted by Mrs. L. Clark

 

 

 

 

MATH

Cyann Lillevold is a positive and uplifting person.  She works with determination and perseverance to make sense of the mathematics each and every day.  She is an excellent example of student who can self-advocate for herself.  She is a learner with a growth mindset and encourages her peers to be the same.  Teachers appreciate a hard working student like Cyann.

Submitted by Mr. Forsman

 

 

 

 

MUSIC (Band)

Hailey Davis is a freshman and she has worked really hard to meet all of the new expectations for high school band.  She has a great attitude about pep band and worked really hard during marching season.  Marching can be very difficult and confusing for a beginner but she always gave her best and expected the same from students around her.  Knowing there are new students in my program with great attitudes like Hailey’s really make coming to work enjoyable.  Thank you, Hailey!

Submitted by Mrs. Huffman

 

 

 

 

WORLD LANGUAGE

Brooklyn Boudreau is an exemplary student in the Spanish I. In the past month, she has demonstrated great commitment in balancing her extracurricular activities and school. In the classroom, Brooklyn puts effort in participating in class discussions, assisting others as needed and producing high quality work. ¡Muchas gracias!

Submitted by Mrs. Alejandro

 

 

 

 

 

INTENSIVE ASSISTANCE TEAM

Kellen Mendez has had a positive impact in his classes in the brief time that he has been here at Mark Morris. He continues to have great attendance and a solid work ethic. Kellen is polite and demonstrates kindness to the staff and his peers alike. Kellen shows an excitement for learning and he is going to do well here over the next four years.

Submitted by Mr. Volk

 

 

 

 

ENGLISH

Husenia Gomez Cifuentes has shown extraordinary growth in English that can only be matched by her effort and determination to succeed. Her optimism for learning and desire to overcome obstacles keeps her persevering. For these qualities she deserves the utmost respect, and student of the month in English.

Submitted by Mrs. Brown

 

 

 

 

 

CTE

Gavin Gribble is an 11th grade student from Manufacturing and Dream Design Build. He has become a leader and focused on hard work and completing projects to help both the school and students. He is patient and willing to help other students as needed. He has a unique approach and great sense of humor. This year he has been a valuable asset to the shops at MM.

Submitted by Mr. Kell

 

SCIENCE

Adam Nixon currently has the top overall grade in honors-level Physical Science.  He also had the top score on the Measurement Test.  Adam makes excellent contributions to classroom discussions and is a diligent worker.

Submitted by Mr. Powell

 

2018-11-12T03:48:38+00:00November 12th, 2018|

11-8-2018 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK

DAY DATE EVENT TIME DISMISS
Thu. 11-8 GIRLS’ BOWLING-Away-Heritage 3:15  
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Music Man opens this Friday, November 9 at 7:30 p.m. and continues Saturday, November 10, Friday, November 16, and Saturday, November 17 at 7:30 p.m.  We also have a matinee on November 18 at 3 p.m.  Students and Senior Citizens are $5 and adults are $10.  You can buy tickets at the door or from your favorite cast member.

Looking for a cheaper way to see the show?  We have an open dress rehearsal on Thursday, November 8th at 7:30 p.m.  Entry is by donation and all proceeds go to Hungry for Music, an organization that provides musical instruments in underserved cities.

Looking for an even better deal?  Go to see Mrs. Donahue in the auditorium and sign up to usher.  You get to see the show for free and you get a service to school point.

 

Attention Winter Sport Athletes:  A reminder there is no school Monday.  This Friday each head coach will be given a list of cleared athletes at 4:00.  Athletes on these sport specific lists will be the only athletes that are able to practice/try-out on Monday, November 12th as we are observing Veteran’s Day.

 

All Winter Athletes-FamilyID is now open to register for the following Winter Sports:

Girls’ Bowling, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Swimming, Winter Cheer, Wrestling.

 

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

Pacific Lutheran University

Thursday, November 15

12:30 p.m.

 

Cornish College of the Arts

Friday, November 16

9:45 a.m. (Monarch Time) in the LGIC

 

There are several opportunities for community service or service to school available in the Career Center.  Stop by and check it out!

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS

Sign up for these in the Career Center

 

Volunteers are needed every day between now and winter break to hand out cookies at the 15th Ave.             Safeway.

 

The Home for the Holiday Parade needs 40 volunteers to provide safety monitoring along the

Parade route.  Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 400-7:30 p.m.

 

Olympic Elementary School PTO needs 8 MMHS students to help provide child care for their

Parents’ Night Out.  Friday, November 20, 2018 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

 

Mt. Solo Middle School needs volunteers to help with their girls’ basketball and wrestling

Programs from 3:15-5 or 6:00 p.m.  Bus transportation is available from MMHS to Mt. Solo.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Mini Corn Dogs Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato Gems

Tuesday:  Chicken and Waffles, Mashed Potatoes, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Italian Deli Sandwich w/ Ham, Turkey, Pepperoni, Lettuce, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  CONFERENCE DAY

Friday:  CONFERENCE DAY

STAFF INFORMATION:

2018-11-08T15:08:16+00:00November 8th, 2018|

11-7-2018 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK

DAY DATE EVENT TIME DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Music Man opens this Friday, November 9 at 7:30 p.m. and continues Saturday, November 10, Friday, November 16, and Saturday, November 17 at 7:30 p.m.  We also have a matinee on November 18 at 3 p.m.  Students and Senior Citizens are $5 and adults are $10.  You can buy tickets at the door or from your favorite cast member.

Looking for a cheaper way to see the show?  We have an open dress rehearsal on Thursday, November 8th at 7:30 p.m.  Entry is by donation and all proceeds go to Hungry for Music, an organization that provides musical instruments in underserved cities.

Looking for an even better deal?  Go to see Mrs. Donahue in the auditorium and sign up to usher.  You get to see the show for free and you get a service to school point.

 

Attention Winter Sport Athletes:  A reminder there is no school next Monday.  This Friday each head coach will be given a list of cleared athletes at 4:00.  Athletes on these sport specific lists will be the only athletes that are able to practice/try-out on Monday, November 12th as we are observing Veteran’s Day.

 

All Winter Athletes-FamilyID is now open to register for the following Winter Sports:

Girls’ Bowling, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Swimming, Winter Cheer, Wrestling.

 

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

Pacific Lutheran University

Thursday, November 15

12:30 p.m.

There are several opportunities for community service or service to school available in the Career Center.  Stop by and check it out!

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Mini Corn Dogs Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato Gems

Tuesday:  Chicken and Waffles, Mashed Potatoes, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Italian Deli Sandwich w/ Ham, Turkey, Pepperoni, Lettuce, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  CONFERENCE DAY

Friday:  CONFERENCE DAY

STAFF INFORMATION:

2018-11-07T15:10:57+00:00November 7th, 2018|

Longview teachers have class

We’re proud of our educators and are taking this opportunity to introduce you to two of them, in their own words. They have different interests but share a passion for preparing Longview students for successful futures!

This is a supplement to the Longview Public Schools annual report. Both Gail Wells and Sam Kell are featured in the printed version of the annual report.  

Gail Wells, math teacher, Monticello Middle School.

Gail Wells believes everyone can do math. She works the room and uses technology to gauge how much each student understands, even those who never raise their hands.

Where did you grow up and go to school? I was born in North Dakota and grew up in Federal Way, Washington. I was in the first graduating class at Thomas Jefferson High School in Auburn and went to Western Washington University for a degree in home economics.

How did you get from home economics to math? My passion was food and nutrition, but math is completely entrenched in home economics—measuring food, finance, sewing …

Why do people think math is so hard? Society doesn’t allow people not to be “readers,” but for some reason it’s OK to not be good at math. The mindset should be that “I can do it,” because everyone can.

How long have you been teaching? Twenty-six or 27 years—10 years at St. Helens and 10 years at Robert Gray, with four years as a math coach at Kessler and Robert Gray. Now I’m finishing at Monticello Middle School.

How has teaching math changed? When I was in school, it was, “Here is how you do it. Now copy what I do.” We don’t do that anymore. Instead of just handing students an algorithm or a way to do something, we do a lot of concrete building of understanding before moving to the abstract.

What is the best thing about being a teacher? That look on a student’s face when they “get it”—it’s priceless.

What are some of the keys to being a good teacher? Number one is understanding what the goal is. For me it’s the state standards—I have to know what the students need to know. Also …

  • Making sure the students get the needed feedback so they can self-evaluate.
  • Being ready when they walk through the door—knowing where you’re going and how to get there, not just turning the page on the book and teaching them what’s on the next page.
  • Adjusting if the students are not getting it.

The big thing here at Monticello is I have an amazing teaching partner, Phil Hartley. We collaborate, do assessments, reflect on student work, talk about the goals and are transparent about our work. Today we are going to share kids and do some interventions, so we can get them where they need to be right now.

To be a good teacher, it’s everything, including a great administration that supports you. It’s not just one thing.

What advice do you have for new teachers? Don’t think you already know everything. I’ve been teaching for 26 or 27 years, and every year I learn something new. Every year I get better. So listen to your colleagues, listen to your students, and be willing to adapt. Be a part of the team.

What’s something people might not know about you? I’ve been making gingerbread houses for 30 years. I have two sons who were in the armed service—one still is. I send gingerbread houses to Afghanistan and Bosnia. My daughter taught English in South Korea, so I sent one to her.

What would you tell the community about what life is like in school? When those kids come up the stairs and say hi to me, it’s wonderful. It’s the best place in the world to work.

What are students like today? Students are considerate of each other. They want to do their best—they want to succeed.

Anything else? This is my last year of teaching. I want to have more time with my family and visit my grandchildren—I have six. My career as a teacher has been an amazing journey. I feel deeply blessed by every student I’ve ever had.

 

 

Sam Kell, industrial arts teacher, Mark Morris High School

Sam Kell practices what he teaches. At school, he introduces pre-apprenticeship students (pg. 3) to technical skills like carpentry. In his spare time, he works on his own fixer-upper house.

Where did you grow up and go to school? I spent my childhood in Kelso and Longview, and went to Catlin Elementary, Columbia Heights Elementary, Cascade Middle School and Mark Morris High School. I spent one year at Lower Columbia College and finished my final three years at Central Washington University in the industrial arts program.

Why did you get into teaching? I always liked working with people and going through the learning process. My mom is a pre-school teacher.

Who introduced you to industrial arts? My dad is a self-employed residential contractor. He flips houses and owns rentals. I started working with my dad when I was 10 or 11 years old. I was just a helping hand with sheetrock and roofs. In school I excelled in shop classes and was happiest in project-based learning.

What’s the best part about being a teacher? Building relationships with the students. Teaching is all about the relationships and the growth.

What are the students of today like? They are hard-working and task driven. People may assume students never get off their smartphone or think, “It’s not like when we were in school.” But I still see the drive in students to get things done. Sometimes it takes different teaching styles to motivate different students.

What is one thing you want to teach every student? One thing I’d like to teach every student is lifelong learning and self-evaluation. To be able to reflect on the job you just completed is a very important skill no matter what you do. I learned a long time ago, “reflect and do better.”

What would you like people to know about school? School is about learning, and failure is okay.

 Do you have hobbies? I love hunting, fishing and hiking, and I share season tickets to the Trailblazers. I’ve been a Blazers fan since elementary school. I watched Michael Jordan and Clyde Drexler play. I also own a house in Kelso—it’s a fixer upper.

 Anything else? It’s important for young people in our community to recognize their own skills and recognize what Longview has to offer. Longview is a great place.

2018-11-07T22:28:49+00:00November 6th, 2018|

11-6-2018 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK

DAY DATE EVENT TIME DISMISS
Tue. 11-6 GIRLS’ SOCCER-Away-North Kitsap-State Playoffs 6:30 11:00
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Music Man opens this Friday, November 9 at 7:30 p.m. and continues Saturday, November 10, Friday, November 16, and Saturday, November 17 at 7:30 p.m.  We also have a matinee on November 18 at 3 p.m.  Students and Senior Citizens are $5 and adults are $10.  You can buy tickets at the door or from your favorite cast member.

Looking for a cheaper way to see the show?  We have an open dress rehearsal on Thursday, November 8th at 7:30 p.m.  Entry is by donation and all proceeds go to Hungry for Music, an organization that provides musical instruments in underserved cities.

Looking for an even better deal?  Go to see Mrs. Donahue in the auditorium and sign up to usher.  You get to see the show for free and you get a service to school point.

 

Attention Winter Sport Athletes:  A reminder there is no school next Monday.  This Friday each head coach will be given a list of cleared athletes at 4:00.  Athletes on these sport specific lists will be the only athletes that are able to practice/try-out on Monday, November 12th as we are observing Veteran’s Day.

 

Boys’ Swim- pre-season meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the DMMP from 5:30-6:30 p.m.  Both parents and swimmers are encouraged to attend.

 

All Winter Athletes-FamilyID is now open to register for the following Winter Sports:

Girls’ Bowling, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Swimming, Winter Cheer, Wrestling.

 

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

Washington State University Vancouver

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

12:30 p.m.

 

Pacific Lutheran University

Thursday, November 15

12:30 p.m.

 

There are several opportunities for community service or service to school available in the Career Center.  Stop by and check it out!

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Mini Corn Dogs Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato Gems

Tuesday:  Chicken and Waffles, Mashed Potatoes, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Italian Deli Sandwich w/ Ham, Turkey, Pepperoni, Lettuce, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  CONFERENCE DAY

Friday:  CONFERENCE DAY

STAFF INFORMATION:

2018-11-06T14:53:06+00:00November 6th, 2018|

11-5-2018 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, Nov. 5, 2018

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK

DAY DATE EVENT TIME DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Boys’ Swim- pre-season meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the DMMP from 5:30-6:30 p.m.  Both parents and swimmers are encouraged to attend.

All Winter Athletes-FamilyID is now open to register for the following Winter Sports:

Girls’ Bowling, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Swimming, Winter Cheer, Wrestling.

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

Upcoming College Visits:

Saint Martin’s University

Monday, November 5, 2018

9:55 a.m.

 

Washington State University Vancouver

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

12:30 p.m.

 

Pacific Lutheran University

Thursday, November 15

12:30 p.m.

 

There are several opportunities for community service or service to school available in the Career Center.  Stop by and check it out!

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Mini Corn Dogs Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato Gems

Tuesday:  Chicken and Waffles, Mashed Potatoes, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Italian Deli Sandwich w/ Ham, Turkey, Pepperoni, Lettuce, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  CONFERENCE DAY

Friday:  CONFERENCE DAY

2018-11-05T15:11:48+00:00November 5th, 2018|

11-2-2018 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Friday, Nov. 2, 2018

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK

DAY DATE EVENT TIME DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Boys’ Swim- pre-season meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the DMMP from 5:30-6:30 p.m.  Both parents and swimmers are encouraged to attend.

Anyone interested in joining the Bigfoot Club, we will be having a meeting after school Friday at 2:30 in Room A-1, bring your friends!!

All Winter Athletes-FamilyID is now open to register for the following Winter Sports:

Girls’ Bowling, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Swimming, Winter Cheer, Wrestling.

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

Upcoming College Visits:

Saint Martin’s University

Monday, November 5, 2018

9:55 a.m.

 

Washington State University Vancouver

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

12:30 p.m.

 

Pacific Lutheran University

Thursday, November 15

12:30 p.m.

 

There are several opportunities for community service or service to school available in the Career Center.  Stop by and check it out!

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS

 

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Baked Chicken Strips, Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato Gems

Tuesday:  Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich w/lettuce, Tomato and Doritos

Wednesday:  Bosco Cheese Sticks, Marinara Dipping Sauce and Sriracha Sweet Tots

Thursday:  Santa Fe Salad w/ Chicken, Black Beans, Salsa, Corn, Cheese, and W/G Roll

Friday:  Bacon Cheeseburger, Baked Potato Gems

STAFF INFORMATION:

2018-11-02T14:11:10+00:00November 2nd, 2018|

11-1-2018 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK

 

DAY DATE EVENT TIME DISMISS
Thu. 11-1 GIRLS’ SOCCER-Away-Columbia River 6:00  
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

 

HOSA is meeting after school today.  We will be discussing our fundraiser so please be in Room 131 right after school.  If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Ruiz.

 

Boys’ Swim- pre-season meeting will be Tuesday, Nov. 6, at the DMMP from 5:30-6:30 p.m.  Both parents and swimmers are encouraged to attend.

 

Anyone interested in joining the Bigfoot Club, we will be having a meeting after school Friday at 2:30 in Room A-1, bring your friends!!

 

Wrestling meetings will be Thursday, Nov. 1 and Monday, Nov. 5 during both lunches in the library.

 

Girls’ Basketball meeting will be Thursday, Nov. 1 at 2:30 in Room C-1.

 

Hello Monarchs!  On November 2 we will be having our annual Fall Blood Drive.  Our goal this year is to have 130 donors.  Next week there will be informational presentations in your classes and you can see if you are eligible to donate blood.  Have a great rest of your day!

 

All Winter Athletes-FamilyID is now open to register for the following Winter Sports:

Girls’ Bowling, Boys’ Basketball, Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Swimming, Winter Cheer, Wrestling.

 

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

Upcoming College Visits:

Saint Martin’s University

Monday, November 5, 2018

9:55 a.m.

 

Washington State University Vancouver

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

12:30 p.m.

 

Pacific Lutheran University

Thursday, November 15

12:30 p.m.

 

There are several opportunities for community service or service to school available in the Career Center.  Stop by and check it out!

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPTIONS

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Baked Chicken Strips, Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato Gems

Tuesday:  Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwich w/lettuce, Tomato and Doritos

Wednesday:  Bosco Cheese Sticks, Marinara Dipping Sauce and Sriracha Sweet Tots

Thursday:  Santa Fe Salad w/ Chicken, Black Beans, Salsa, Corn, Cheese, and W/G Roll

Friday:  Bacon Cheeseburger, Baked Potato Gems

 

STAFF INFORMATION:

2018-11-01T13:58:31+00:00November 1st, 2018|
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