Elementary locker and desk pick up day is today! Please bring any items that need to be returned (not Chromebooks) such as our library books and drop them in the designated bin. You will then follow the bus loop and drive around the building. We look forward to seeing you (at a safe distance, of course).
Our VET team is amazing! On Friday May 22nd, five VET team students, Aaliyah Gonzales, Grant Roberson, Ethan Marshall, Patricia McIntee, and Alliah Tomcsik, helped local veterans place flags in the Marlette Cemetery. Then on Memorial Day, several students attended the Marlette Memorial Day ceremony and the Sanilac County Veterans parade at the Sanilac County Fairgrounds. Students in the attached photo are Anne-Marie Wilcox, Meri Cox, Patricia McIntee, Alliah Tomcsik, and Ellie Rothrock along with Mrs. Blatt.
The regular School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, June 8, 2020 has been rescheduled for Monday, June 29, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
Families, we sent everyone an email with a link to our Return to School Family Input Survey. If you did not receive this email, it's because we don't have an accurate email address for you in Skyward. Please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to update your records. Thank you.
Congratulations to Danielle Malburg and Brianna Crane for being named this school year's recipients of the Marlette Jr./Sr. High School Art Scholarship. A special thank you to Mrs. Opperman for being so awesome and organizing this scholarship and special video presentation (click the link below). Congratulations Danielle and Brianna! https://youtu.be/89e9dCqtAEw
Marlette Community Schools congratulates the Class of 2020. Our graduating seniors have accomplished much in their years at MCS, and we wish them the very best as they enter their next journey in life. Please enjoy this special video honoring all of our graduates (click on the link below to view). Red Raiders Rock!!! https://youtu.be/4BpKWmAyJQ8
Message for 8th - 11th Grade Students Students in grades 8th-11th may now apply for High School Student Council Representatives and Officers. Students need to check their school email for the applications sent by Mrs. Lester. Applications are due, via email, by Wednesday, May 20th.
Attention Marlette Community, At last night's monthly Board meeting, the Marlette Board of Education voted to set Friday, July 17th as the Class of 2020 graduation date. The time and format of the graduation ceremony is TBD and will be in alignment with any executive orders, group gathering limits, and/or social distancing guidelines that are in place on July 17th. More details will be communicated as we approach the date of the graduation ceremony. Thank you for your understanding and support as we work out a plan to honor our Class of 2020's accomplishments.
This is the Sanilac ISD School Social Work resource page. It has contact information, Sanilac County and state resources, and social/emotional/behavioral support resources for children and their families. https://padlet.com/lindsaytheobald/ievybnws8x03smvy #mentalhealth
The School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, May 11, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. will be held virtually on Zoom at the regularly scheduled time. To connect to the meeting, go to the Events section of the Marlette Community Schools web site and click on the meeting then click on the Zoom link to take you to the meeting.
Please see the attached May newsletter for Marlette Jr./Sr. High School. Stay safe Raider Nation! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1K6HMVom6rsg08nc_dgmKXVwg94fx1YRD/view?usp=sharing
"Congratulations to Marlette Jr./Sr. High School students Meridith Cox, Madelyn Lefler, and Haley Liu for being awarded the Young America's Foundation Scholarship. This scholarship was offered through the Sanilac County Community Foundation and financed by Mr. Randall Rogers. Mr. Rogers has graciously donated funds towards this scholarship the past three school years. Mr. Rogers has awarded Meridith, Madelyn, and Haley each with an all-expenses paid trip to the Reagan Ranch High School Conference in Santa Barbara, California. Congratulations Meridith, Madelyn, and Haley for earning this special scholarship, and a big THANK YOU to Mr. Rogers for offering this opportunity to the students of Marlette!"
The winners are in!!! During a Zoom meeting yesterday, the America and Me essay contest winners for 2020 were announced. 1st place: Olivia Findlay, who wrote about the undeniable positive influence of her father 2nd place: Emily Newland, who wrote about her grandmother's stamina and testimony in Emily's life 3rd place: Lily Parker, who bragged about the hunter and sportsman father in her life. Congratulations to our winners and all of our students who participated in the America & Me Essay Contest. Thank you Mrs. Blatt for organizing this contest for our students. Additionally, a special thank you to Steve Ellis and Farm Bureau Insurance Agency for sponsoring this wonderful contest.
Everyone is invited to hear about and experience our early elementary programs and meet our teachers. Mark your calendars for a virtual meeting on Tuesday, May 12, at 6:00 pm. You need to register for our virtual meeting by visiting our Smore. https://www.smore.com/6yrvt
Please update your information in Skyward and complete a new free/reduced meals application if your income has been reduced by the government shutdown. https://skyhost1.tuscolaisd.org/scripts/wsisa.dll/WService=MARwsEAplus/seplog01.w
Friday Night Lights - In celebration of our senior class we will be lighting up the Red Raider Sports Complex on Friday, April 24th. The stadium lights, football, softball and soccer scoreboards will be on and running for 20min 20sec. The clocks will start at 8:20pm. Remember to practice safe, social distancing and observe and celebrate from your vehicles.
Marlette Community Schools is proud to announce the Class of 2020 Senior Scholars. Jordyn Boyne Sidney Coltson Marissa Crase Riley Ford Carleigh Nickens Josie Schuitman Lilly Wilson Congratulations to these fine students! Please see the attached document for a full press release. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1H0DFU-X5ffL8UwQTHnBk6O8RfS9DUhDl/view?usp=sharing
The School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, April 13, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. will be held virtually on Zoom at the regularly scheduled time. To connect to the meeting, go to the Events section of the Marlette Community Schools web site and click on the meeting then click on the Zoom link to take you to the meeting.
MEAL DELIVERY REMINDER- Meals will be left on your porch. Our volunteers can not directly hand off food. Please leave a cooler if you will not be home. Thank you for helping to keep everyone safe! Miss you all!
Here are our answers to the questions asked on our parent survey. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jDbnzP0qVwVVhE8bZwV34ENl25c1T0A_eFg2MnYcTlk/edit?usp=sharing
Good afternoon families! We sure do miss the routine of seeing everyone at school every day, but we will learn and grow from this experience and it will make us even better. Please check the attached document that explains our plan at Marlette Elementary School for the rest of this school year. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LxKVDpY5awpR5xEcocRiF2YtcPl3J8BsQbtbpaoDCMY/edit?usp=sharing Let us know what questions you have at Coffee with Mr. V (Google Meet) this Friday, April 10, at 8:00 AM (details to join will be sent via Skyward). If you don't receive an invite, email email@example.com and I will give you the information. Thank you for being our partners in education!
Good morning Red Raiders! This is a reminder that Jr./Sr. High School 'packet' and textbook pickup begins tonight at 5:00pm. 'Packets' are for those students who will not be able to complete activities digitally. Additionally, teachers will be emailing those students who need to pick up a textbook (NOT ALL STUDENTS WILL NEED A TEXTBOOK). Please check you student's email later this afternoon to see if he/she needs a course textbook. Pick up will be drive through style. Only staff members are allowed to enter the school building. Parents/students will remain in their vehicles and needed items will be brought to the vehicle by school staff. Pickup times are: Thursday 5:00-6:00pm Friday 10:00-11:00am Friday delivery with food distribution route for the packets/textbooks that are not picked up. Thank you for your patience through this process.
Marlette Jr./Sr. High School Students & Parents, I hope this message finds you and your family staying safe and healthy. Since the Governor's Executive Order last Thursday, the staff at Marlette Jr./Sr. High School has been collaborating to develop a remote learning plan to best meet the needs of our students. We thank you all for your patience as we worked through this development process that has been uncharted territory for us all. We are aware of the varying levels of technology accessibility within our school community, and we have devised a plan to address those differences. Our plan aims to assist students with their emotional, social, and academic needs during this unprecedented time. The upcoming journey is new to us all, so we know there will be some 'bumps in the road.' Do not hesitate to contact your child's teacher(s) or me with any questions or concerns you have. If your child is able to, please encourage your child to check their school issued Google Email account daily for more information and teacher instructions. We will work through this together! Attached below are the following - Explanation video for 7-11 grade remote learning plan - Remote learning plan for 7-11 graders (PDF version) - Explanation video for 12 grade remote learning plan - Remote learning plan for 12 graders (PDF version) - Jr./Sr. High staff contact information during remote learning time Thank you for your support and patience, Principal Garnett Kohler Go Red Raiders! 7-11 https://youtu.be/UgvGvW0u-Nw https://drive.google.com/file/d/1y2uRXAz_LyynvmOVd4qOup3YDy1WFjtY/view?usp=sharing 12- https://youtu.be/UxDw7d5kDaI https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LpNuyopLHAh2A_t1MtfhVE8UnaYlPTtR/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qrzc1fCMaP4GMvQXxhMFxL1AJ4TbVlVm/view?usp=sharing
Congratulations to the following Seniors for recently earning a spot on the Greater Thumb Academic All-Conference Team: Marissa Crase Carleigh Nickens Marcus Rachow Josie Schuitman Lilly Wilson This is truly a tremendous honor! Red Raider Nation is extremely proud of you all!
This is an important message from Marlette High School. Attention parents of 7 through 11 grade students. Today, your child received an email from their first period teacher regarding individual technology access. If able, please have your child reply as soon as possible.
Reminder - Automatic Food Service Deposits Parents who have set up automatic food service payments through Efunds for Schools should discontinue those for the remainder of this school year.
Hello families! Marlette Jr/Sr High School wanted to give an amazing project that you can do together as a family. You can create a tessellation which combines art with math! One of the most famous artists who combined math and art was MC Escher. You can check out his designs for inspiration or learn more about him in the links below. There are 2 main types of tessellations: a translation of the created object which just slides the object up/down and left/right or a rotational tessellation which “spins” the object. Check out the links below to see how to create the tessellations and then try one for yourself. Color and decorate them with your great imaginations! Take a picture of your creation and post it to the Marlette Community Schools’ Facebook page for an opportunity to win a gift card to one of our amazing local businesses. Good Luck and Happy Tessellating! Learn more about MC Escher: https://mcescher.com/about/biography/ Works by Escher to help inspire you: https://mcescher.com/gallery/symmetry/ Creating a translated tessellation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FIOF8xsPas Creating a rotational tessellation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lejiRl9paFc
Happy Friday #RedRaiderNation, As most of you are aware, the Governor's Executive Order suspended in-person K-12 instruction for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. To allow our fabulous MCS staff to prepare for the extended school closure, we will NOT be distributing new materials during the week of April 6th. Instead, next week MCS will be posting daily "challenges" to students and families through our district's social media outlets. The "challenges" will be family oriented and aimed at keeping students engaged in learning and exploring. Please post your pictures to our district Facebook page once your students complete the daily "challenges." From those posts, we will randomly select daily winners that will be awarded gift cards to local businesses. Let's all enjoy learning together! Additionally, the MCS staff is busy preparing our educational plan as we transition to remote learning for the remainder of the school year. The anticipated start date of our plan is April 13th. More details will be communicated next week. We thank you for your patience as we work to create a plan that best serves our students' academic, social, and emotional needs.
Hi High School Families, I hope you and your families are staying healthy and safe. I know that with school closing, many of you who wanted to order a yearbook probably did not get a chance to do so. Even with the school closing, we will still have a completed yearbook to commemorate your year. I will still be able to take yearbook orders over the next couple of weeks. Just email me and let me know if you want a book. If you and your parents are able to pay now, that would be great. Checks can be made out to Marlette Community Schools and sent to my home address 5262 Martus Rd. North Branch, MI 48461 If you are unable to make payment at this time, that is fine. I can collect money when the books arrive. Thanks, Mr. Barrows (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Good Afternoon Marlette Community Schools Families! We hope you are all doing well and have reached out for support if needed. Although we do not know at this time what the rest of the school year will look like, in an effort to be proactive, we have created a technology survey to help us gather information about the needs of our Marlette Schools community. Please take a moment to complete this short survey so that we can utilize the information as we plan for next steps. We hope to hear more from the Governor and our Michigan Department of Education tomorrow to help guide us moving forward. Once we know more and have your responses, we will have a plan ready by early next week. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfcdgJY-NtG2-_H50TxVfLX7_P12vdRRUNjE7Enxm_9NI4p0w/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1lhBlC5JLGc0J6frw_ZGGwal_PrG_LmnvSiZVYQpjY0XmbeQCSn5KbiLI Thank you for all you are doing to support your children during this unprecedented time in our nation's history. Please complete this survey by Friday, April 3.
This is a reminder, today is our food delivery day, please try to watch for your bus. With the temperatures rising we do not like leaving the food on porches. If you know you will not be home, leave a cooler with a note on it and food will be delivered inside the cooler. We thank you for your help and sure miss seeing the students’ faces.
Good morning families. We are happy to provide for two families per vehicle max at our pop up pantry. Thank you for understanding.
Elementary Families- Students are now able to take AR tests at home! Go to https://hosted199.renlearn.com/313037/default.aspx Students should know their login information. Login questions should be directed to the student's teacher or email@example.com.
REMINDER- The pop up pantry this week is at our elementary school (6230 Euclid Street) on Tuesday, March 31, starting around 11:30. You will enter the west drive, follow the bus loop around the back of the building, and exit the east drive. To help keep everyone safe, please remain in your vehicle and allow us to load up your food. Everyone is welcome to come and get some food. We ask that no one shows up to help unless you've notified Jason Vislosky aka Mr. V (firstname.lastname@example.org OR 989-635-4925). Thank you! #SchoolsGetItDone #RedRaiderNation #DoingMIPart
Student meal deliveries today. Please keep an eye out and maintain a safe space between our helpers and yourself. Thank you!
Update from DC Trip Cookie Dough Order: Participants can take pictures of their order forms and text (989-395-5184) or email (email@example.com) them to Mrs. George. Currently, Savory Foods is pushing all deliveries out to the week of April 13th or later.
https://5il.co/e2gj Updated DC Trip Cookie Dough Fundraiser: We have just received word from Savory Foods (the manager of the current Marlette DC Trip cookie dough fundraiser) that they will be unable to provide online options for ordering, despite previous reports. Understandably, the company is completely overwhelmed at the moment, and we are trying to get those orders completed as conveniently as possible for everyone. If you have orders that you need to turn in for the DC Trip cookie dough fundraiser, you may mail your orders directly to Mrs. George. She will make sure the orders get entered and credit is given to student accounts. Mrs. George's address is: 5834 S. Kingston Road, Clifford, MI 48727. After the orders are placed, Mrs. George will be sure to give an approximate delivery date, and we will go from there. Please be sure to contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have ANY questions at all. Stay safe! ~Beverly George (DC Trip Coordinator)
By order of the Governor, schools will be closed through April 13th. Meal deliveries will continue.
Starting Monday, March 23rd, all meals will be delivered. Deliveries will start at noon. Schools of Choice students will need to pick theirs up. If you have not yet signed up, you can do so on our webpage or by e-mailing the building principals. We are Red Raider Strong
“When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, 'Look for the helpers.You will always find people who are helping.' To this day, especially in times of 'disaster', I remember my mother's words, and I am always comforted by realizing that there are still so many helpers - so many caring people in this world." - Fred Rogers
Please check out this memo from Mrs. George regarding the Washington DC cookie dough fundraiser- https://docs.google.com/document/d/11xYM64F1U5AwSM-VNuwYB3m052IRaucAPp0E9cBrZNI/edit?usp=sharing
You MUST be signed up today by 11:00 a.m. to receive student meals this Friday. If you sign up after 11:00 a.m. today, you will be added to the list for Monday student meals. ONLY SIGN UP ONCE!
Starting March 20, each Friday and Monday during the shutdown, we will have breakfast and lunch available for ALL students. On Fridays, we will supply 3 days of meals and on Mondays we will provide 4 days of meals. All meals will meet the state requirements for reimbursable meals. All meals will be either shelf stable or will need refrigeration, so no cooking is needed. Food can be picked up 11:30-12:30 at the high school or can be delivered. We will be asking bus drivers to deliver meals on Fridays and Mondays. For Friday, March 20th, we will run all routes. Be sure you're on the list for meals- http://bit.ly/mcsmeals
Due to the CO-VID-19 school closures, the Jr./Sr. High parent-teacher conferences originally scheduled for March 19th have been cancelled. If you have questions or concerns regarding your child's classroom performance, please feel free to email or phone your child's teacher.
e-Follett Book Fair The orders for the e-Follet Book Fair have been placed. The orders will be held at the Marlette Elementary School until a distribution schedule can be coordinated.
Academic packets have been sent to 7-12 graders' email accounts. If your child feels comfortable working digitally, then we do not recommend printing these lengthy documents. He/She may follow the documents digitally, then write his/her responses on notebook paper.
Pop Up Food Pantry Marlette Jr/Sr High School March 17 @ 11:30 until food is gone Enter on the parking lot on Morris Street OPEN TO ALL!
Frequently asked questions resource https://www.bridgemi.com/talent-education/questions-about-michigan-coronavirus-school-closings-we-have-some-answers
We are ready to start providing meals for our families. Please fill out this form and let us know how we can help. Be sure to respond by 3:00 pm today if possible - https://forms.gle/moMSGTNbtc6vyirN6
Please check out our memo - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ulOXhM0cUqhJKhfZblEy156_JFmfd0-oCJ2dX1ucVKk/edit?usp=sharing
School will be closed Friday, March 13th in light of Governor Whitmer’s press conference just minutes ago. While she has ordered schools to be closed from March 16th - April 5th, Sanilac County schools will use tomorrow to make collective plans as a county and as individual districts. We will continue to keep our families informed as more details are determined. Thank you for your understanding.
It's Workforce Wednesday at Marlette Elementary School. It was great to have Officer Sanchez (Marlette Police) and Jenn Hines (Hart Realty) visit us today! Our students enjoyed listening to a special book and learning more about their careers. Thanks for your reading partnership during March is Reading Month!
STATE CHAMP!! Freshman phenom Manus Bennett won his MHSAA state finals match today and is the Red Raider Nation newest State Champion. Congratulations Manus!
Congratulations to Red Raider Wrestler Manus Bennett who won all 3 of his state final matches today. Tomorrow Manus wrestles for the MHSAA State Championship. Good Luck!
Congratulations to Manus Bennett for winning his 1st and 2nd matches at today’s MHSAA wrestling finals. He wrestles his 3rd match later tonight. Good luck Manus!
Our buses are going to have to reroute around an accident on Van Dyke near Clifford Road. Please know we will do our best to avoid the area and get everyone home safely.
Elementary spring pictures are scheduled for Wednesday, March 25. Please remember to avoid wearing green.
Boys JV & Varsity basketball will play Vassar (home) on Tuesday, March 3rd. JV will start at 6pm and varsity to follow.
Tonight's boys basketball games @ Ubly will be played as scheduled.
Marlette Community Schools will be closed Friday, February 28th.
Tonight's (2/27/20) boys basketball games v. Lakers are canceled.
Tonight’s (2/27) HS Quiz Bowl meet has been cancelled.
Marlette Community Schools will be closed tomorrow, February 27th.
Boys Basketball games vs. Lakers have been rescheduled for tomorrow (2/27/20) with freshman starting at 5pm.
Tonight's (2/26/20) boys basketball games vs. Lakers are canceled.
Marlette Community Schools will be closed today, February 26th.
Red Radier Nation we have a Regional Champion - congratulations to Manus Bennett who wrestled and won today at the MHSAA Regional meet and Whitmore Lake. Good luck next week Manus. We're all rooting for you.
Good luck to Manus Bennett as he competes in tomorrow's MHSAA Wrestling Regional at Whitmore Lake. Raider Nation is rooting for you Manus!!
Discover Kitchen Taste Test: Kids and staff enjoyed the Discovery Kitchen Taste Test with bananas and Nut Free Sunbutter on Wednesday. Over 300 students tried something new! Sunbutter Banana Roll-ups Whole grain tortilla Sunbutter (peanut free) Banana Spread a layer of Sunbutter over tortilla shell and lay banana to one side and roll up. Cut into bite size pieces. For a fun twist, add some add ins like mini chocolate chips, cinnamon, or honey.
FRIEND OF YOUTH NOMINATIONS SOUGHT The Marlette Board of Education is seeking nominations for the 2020 “Friend of Youth”. The intent of this award is to honor someone from the community who has made a special contribution to youth and youth programs. The person chosen by the Board will be honored at the Thumb Meet of Champions on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. Previous honorees include: Carmen Blatt, Judy Hudson, Nancy Schaub, Ken McCoy, Dave Miller, Margaret Burton, Dan & Celina Bowman, John & Diana Cross, Steve Ellis, Cal & Yolanda Hayward, Jill Bell, Mike Kiley, Julie Wilson, Dave Phillips, Phil & Peggy Macumber, Dale & Leroy Moshier, Linda Warner, Shelley Roland, Fred & Michele Mroczek, Rick Turner, Jim & Doreen Ross, Andy & Cindy Keller, Roy “Bubba” Armstrong, Marty Blackmer, Duane Lange, Betty Mills, John & Karen Campbell, Art & Barb Woods, James Kelledes, Nick Miu, Harold Titus, and Terry Reid. Please submit your nominations in writing to the Superintendent’s Office, 6230 Euclid St, Marlette, MI 48453 or by email to: email@example.com by Monday, March 2, 2020.
Tonight's girls basketball @ Brown City will be played as scheduled
Tonight's JRH boys basketball (home) games will be played as scheduled.
Marlette Community Schools are closed today, Tuesday, February 18, due to icy roads.
Tonight's girls basketball games @ Memphis will be played as scheduled.
Cancelled ~ High School Quiz Bowl at North Branch, February 13.
Here are easy to follow instructions to make food service, preschool and Red Raider Care payments. Parents/Guardians will need student ID numbers. If you do not have your student's number, please contact the Superintendent's Office at 989-635-4923. The site can be accessed through the Food Service page link in Skyward or at https://payments.efundsforschools.com/v3/districts/55701
Tonight's boys JV and Varsity basketball games will be played as scheduled. JV starts at 6PM @ Sandusky
Due to icy back roads, Marlette Community Schools is closed today January 24th.
The Jr./Sr. High School just sent a robo call to parents as a reminder of our upcoming Thursday/Friday exam schedule. It appears there is a slight glitch in the robo call system for some phone providers. We apologize if this caused any confusion or inconvenience.
Girls varsity basketball lost to Brown City tonight (43-41) in a hard fought game
Boys basketball team ends the week with a win over Memphis (44-42)
Jr./Sr. High School 1st semester exams will be: January 23rd - 1, 3, 5 periods January 24th - 2, 4, 6 periods Please remind your child the importance of studying for these exams and doing his/her best. Additionally, Jan. 24th is a 1:00 pm dismissal for all students.
The Ben Taylor Quiz Bowl Invitational scheduled for Saturday, January 18th has been cancelled. A makeup date is TBD.
Beginning January 13, 2020, the District will begin adding carbohydrates to the Elementary Lunch Menu posted on the website, as well as to the app for both buildings. The number is listed after the item and based on the serving size for the students. If you have any questions, please contact the Food Service Department at 989-635-7425, ext. 44902.
The weekend backpack food program is an undertaking between Marlette Elementary School and the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan. Every weekend, children receive bags with supplemental meals to take home. Thanks to previous donors, we have been able to successfully fund the program over the past four and a half years. We are nearly out of funds and need your support if we hope to continue this worthwhile endeavor. Thank you for helping us feed the need!
Girls varsity basketball beat Yale today (43-40) at SC4 tournament. Congratulations
Power is back on!
Two High School Fundraisers To Benefit Area Foster Families 1) Donuts ($3, or 2 for $5) and Cookies ($2 each, or 2 for $3) on Thursday morning. 2) Bags of Popcorn ($1 per bag) for Friday Morning 1st Hour—must be paid for by Thursday at 3:30 pm. to first hour teachers or to the office ALL proceeds go toward making a brighter holiday season for local foster families!
Happy Monday Raider Nation. Just a reminder that 2nd marking period progress reports were posted to Jr./Sr. High student accounts on Friday, Dec. 13th. Please take time to review your student's progress and feel free to contact his/her teacher with any questions and/or concerns.
Reminder ~ Marlette Community Schools will dismiss at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, December 20. Lunch will be served to the students that day.
Marlette JV & Varsity girls basketball teams travel to Vassar tonight to take on the Vulcans. 6pm start Good luck!
On Thurs. Dec. 12, there will be a donut and cookie sale at the HS beginning at 7:45 a.m. by the cafeteria. Donuts are $3 each or 2 for $5 and cookies are $2. All proceeds will benefit local foster families. Contact Mrs. Lester at the high school with any questions.
Just a reminder that we do have before and after school care available in the elementary school for all students, preschool through sixth grade. Red Raider Care is also open on some days that the schools are closed. Contact Ms. Tiffany for details- firstname.lastname@example.org
Please consider supporting Outride, the organization that awarded Marlette Schools with 36 bikes for students to ride. Outride is dedicated to providing cycling interventions to improve social, emotional, and cognitive health. https://www.facebook.com/outride.bike/
Red Raider Care will be open Tuesday, November 12. We accept children 3 years through sixth grade. If your child hasn’t attended before, arrive early so you can complete the necessary paperwork. We open at 6:00 AM. Drive carefully!
Marlette Community Schools will be closed Tuesday, November 12th.
Congratulations Mrs. Opperman for being awarded the Arts & Culture Trek Grant and another Detroit Institute of Arts grant. Both of these grants will be used by Mrs. Opperman to take our HS art students on art related field trips. Thank you Mrs. Opperman for being so awesome!
Miss Deb's bus will be running late tonight.
Tonight's JRH girls basketball games are canceled.
Jr./Sr. High parents, this is a reminder that your child’s first marking period grades were posted to their Skyward account today.
The Jr/Sr High School's November newsletter is now available- https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B68P48B2aJ2UXzJMV2ctRW1hMUlld2hIYjdKS2hzT0VDU2w4/view?usp=sharing
Senior Riley Ford capped off a spectacular Red Raider career with a State Champion runner-up title at the Division 4 Finals at Michigan International Speedway this past Saturday. Ford was in second place on the sloppy course from start to finish in the field of 238 runners. She fought off the third place finisher with less than a mile to go to finish with a time of 19:22. This is the highest finish by any Marlette runner and she is the only girl to qualify for state all four years and to finish all-state three of those years. Riley will continue her running career next fall at Dalton State College in Georgia. “We are so proud of all the hard work and dedication Riley has poured into her high school career. She worked tremendously hard and fought the entire race to earn the title of State Champion runner-up. Capping off back to back regional and league titles, three time all-state honors, and many individual wins, it was a great day for Riley and Marlette Cross Country.” said Coach Chris Titus
Ms. Deb’s route is running late this morning. Thank you for understanding.
Mark your calendars! The Sanilac Career Center Showcase Night and Parent Teacher Conferences will be held Wednesday, November 6, 2019 from 5-7 p.m.at the Career Center which is located at 175 E. Aitken Rd., Peck, MI. Everyone is welcome!
Wanted: Afternoon staff person for Red Raider Care. The hours are from after school until 6:15 pm or until the last child leaves. Applicants must be 18 years old and have fingerprints on file.(approximate cost $70). Minimum wage will be paid. If interested, contact Tiffany Brooks at email@example.com.
Marlette Cross Country competed at the Regional meet at Wagner Park Saturday. Senior Riley Ford dominated the girls race, repeating as Regional Champion with a season best 19:02, 1 minute and 28 seconds ahead of the runner up. She led from start to finish and ran with determination. Next in for the Raiders was Junior Emma Albertson, who just missed a personal best and was 9 spots from qualifying. Senior Marissa Crase ended her Raider Cross Country career with a personal best of 23:17. Olivia Storm, Emily Martinez and Abby Meyer all ran good races for the Raiders. On the boys side rookie senior and rookie freshman, Blake VanHorn and Dakota McCombs finished their seasons with strong performances. “We were hopeful to try to slide in as a team but hats off to Harbor Beach, Deckerville and Owen-Gage on their team performances. We were really excited to see how strong Riley ran and know that it’s always good to have momentum going into the state meet. Marissa ran a great race start to finish and it was great to see her end her career with her fastest time.“ said Coach Chris Titus
October is National Principals Month! Michigan's State Superintendent Dr. Michael Rice has a special message to share about principals. We are fortunate to have two of the best working right here in Marlette! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POSL-N7RUiI
The freshman volleyball game scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 22nd is canceled.
The Drama Club's performance of "Around the Clock" has been rescheduled for Nov. 8th at 7:00 pm, Nov. 9th at 7:00 pm, and Nov. 10th at 2:00 pm. All performances will be in the Jr./Sr. High cafeteria.
Save the date! We just received word that on Feb. 22, 2020 at 5:30 pm, Quiz Central will air Marlette's HS Quiz Bowl match against New Lothrup. Our quiz bowl team competed in this match on Oct. 9, 2019 at CMU. PBS channel 28 will broadcast the replay.
Marlette's Cross Country Team competed at the GTC meet last night at Laker High school. For the girls, Riley Ford repeated as overall East and West Champion with a time of 19:24. Emma Albertson was 2nd Team all conference with a time of 22:34 and Marissa Crase was Honorable Mention with a season best time of 23:50. Olivia Storm was next in for the lady Raiders with a personal best of 25:49. Emily Martinez and Abby Meyer rounded out the field for Marlette. For the boys, both Blake VanHorn and Dakota McCombs ran personal bests. “It was a great performance on a challenging course with lots of turns. Well done to Marissa, Olivia, Blake and Dakota on their PR’s and to Riley for repeating as League champ. It was a great way to finish the League competitions for seniors Marissa and Riley.”
Attention parents and guardians of a senior student, this is a reminder that a Class of 2020 parent information meeting will take place in the Marlette Jr./Sr. High School Media Center at 6:15 pm tomorrow night, Wednesday, October 16, 2019. We hope to see you there!
Attention parents and guardians of a Marlette High School student. Parent teacher conferences are tomorrow night, Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from 4 pm to 8 pm in the gymnasium. We hope to see you there and continue our open lines of communication regarding your son or daughter.
Due to a water issue at the Jr/Sr High School, the Marlette Board of Education meeting scheduled for the Jr/Sr High School library tonight, Monday, October, 14, at 7:00 p.m. HAS BEEN MOVED to the Marlette Elementary School Cafe. The meeting will begin at 7:00 p.m.
Tonight's JRH volleyball matches will be played at the elementary school. 7th grade will start 5:30pm.
Check out the elementary school's DINO-MITE Book Fair- https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairs/cptoolkit/homepage.do?method=homepage&url=marletteelementaryschool Be sure to sign up for an eWallet and allow your students to shop without the worry of cash!
Marlette Cross Country competed at the Ubly Invitational on October 9. For the Lady Raiders, Emma Albertson was the first to cross with a time of 23:20. Abby Meyer improved her time by 1:25 to come in at 25:50, Emily Martinez was just behind her at 26:20. For the boys, Blake VanHorn ran a 24:28 and Dakota McCombs improves his best by 50 seconds to come in at 24:38. In the junior high race, Nino Perna and Alexis Clapsaddle both ran terrific personal best times and Lily Parker ran a strong race. All our elementary runners ran great races and ALL of them ran personal bests! Joshua Dale, Lance Root, Jacob Kappen, Jacob Dale, Jonathan Johnson, Carson Roach, Daniela Perna, Miranda McCombs, Arieona Bressman, Bella Meyer, Sarah Rauch, Ariana Petersen and Caylin Hilts!
Boys Soccer advances to the District semi final with a win tonight over EPB Lakers (3-0). Next up for the boys is Saginaw Valley Lutheran on Monday, Oct . 14th (5pm).
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the drama club's performances originally scheduled for this weekend (10/11-10/13) are postponed. We are currently working on reschedule dates. We will inform everyone of those dates/times when they are finalized. Thank you for your understanding.
Check out the Jr/Sr High School's October newsletter- https://drive.google.com/file/d/107i0gFdLXm-aejGAzqAjb9Qyo47s7WMe/view?usp=sharing
The Cross Country team competed at the Portage Invitational on Saturday, October 5, the biggest meet in the Midwest. Portage boasts a 165 team affair, divided into 4 divisions and spread over an entire Saturday. Marlette competed in the Division 4 races Saturday morning, in cool, dry conditions. The Lady Raiders made Marlette history with two girls medaling in the highly competitive meet. Senior Riley Ford (19:20) and Junior Emma Albertson (22:25) both medaled, with 4th and 44th places respectively. Senior Marissa Crase boasted her best finish and time in her 4 years at Portage with an season best of 24:30 and 82nd place. Junior Olivia Storm and freshman Abby Meyer rounded out the scoring with solid performances, just off their season bests. For the boys, senior Blake VanHorn continued his rookie season with another personal best, dropping almost a minute off of his time. Freshman Dakota McCombs ran a solid race and finished just off a season best. “The team ran very well and we are very happy with their progress this season. It was great to see Riley get her 4th Portage medal and be able to share the stage with Emma to make Marlette CC history. Marissa and Blake ran exceptionally well and we are happy with their personal bests. Dakota, Abby and Olivia are continuing to move in the right direction.” commented Coach Titus
Marlette Sports Boosters presented All-State Awards to 2019 graduates at half time of the September 27, 2019 football game. Pictured (left to right): Rachel Hager (Sports Boosters), Micah Hager (football), Riley Ford (cross country/1600 m run-track), Liz Rohling (400 m run-track), and Marissa Anderson (soccer).
Marlette competed at the 21 team Wagner Park Invite Saturday, September 28. For the Lady Raiders, Senior Riley Ford put in another fine performance, finishing 4th out of 153 runners with a 19:15. Emma Albertson ran a solid race to come across at 23:34. Junior Olivia Storm and sophomore Emily Martinez ran season bests of 25:57 and 26:03 to come in 3 and 4 for the Raiders. Marissa Crase was next in with a 26:06. Rounding out the lady Raiders was freshman Abby Meyer with a personal best of 27:15. For the boys, Senior Blake VanHorn and freshman Dakota McCombs ran solid races. In the junior high races, four runners ran personal best times, Alexis Clapsaddle, Lily Parker, Luke Thomas and Caden Meyer. “It was a good day to race and we ran really well as a team, especially the three varsity girls who ran best times. We hope to build on this and run well again when we are here for regionals in a few weeks.” Said Coach Titus.
We've added a Skyward icon to the front page of our website. Scroll to the bottom and it is located in the footer. This will allow access to the student management system.
The Red Raider Junior High boys football team remained undefeated with a 26-0 victory over Reese last night. Keep working hard boys! Congratulations!
Raiders Boys Soccer ends their regular season with another win as they beat Durand 2-0. Next week begins the District tourtournament as the team continues playing for another season championship.
Tonight's JRH football game is postponed due to weather. We will play it tomorrow (10/2) @ 6pm
Boys Soccer are GTC Champions! 6-1 over Capac. Congratulations
At the half - boys soccer leads 2-1 over capac
Raiders Boys Soccer travels to Capac tonight (7pm) where a win secures a GTC League Championship!
Safe/Secure Mode Ends! Law enforcement notified Marlette Community Schools that it is safe to end our secure mode.
Secure/Safe Mode Marlette Community Schools has been in safe mode since hearing about the local bank robbery. We will remain in safe mode until we are notified by law enforcement that it is safe to exit safe mode.
Raiders Soccer gets another tough win (2-1) against league rival Memphis. A win Monday (@Capac) will guarantee a GTC League Championship!!!
Photos Wanted!!! The Marlette Alumni Association is seeking league, district, regional, or state team and/or individual championship photos for all sports and from any year. Please contact Leon Westover, current president, at (989) 635-7286 if you are willing to share.
We are pleased to announce that the Michigan College Access Network has awarded Marlette Jr./Sr. High a $5000 grant to continue our work with supporting students with their post secondary goals. Thank you Mrs. Helwig and Mr. Lareau for your efforts in obtaining this grant!
The Cross Country Teams had a fun weekend running in the Old Skool Classic. The meet divides the 40 teams into two divisions. Each grade then races against themselves starting with the JH girls at 8 am and concluding with the senior boys at 12:20. Ten medals are given per grade per division. The race also has two river crossings. Riley Ford placed second in the senior girls. Marissa Crase just missed a medal with a 12th place finish. Blake VanHorn was 20th in the senior boys race. Emma Albertson medaled at 9th place and Olivia Storm placed 15th. Emily Martinez was 25th in the sophomore race.Abby Meyer was 13th in the freshman girls race and Dakota McCombs placed 20th. Congratulations to all the runners on a race well run!
Check out the current Donors Choose projects seeking funding at Marlette Community Schools. https://www.donorschoose.org/donors/search.html?centerLat=43.3104¢erLng=-83.0361&locationName=Marlette%2C%20MI%2048453¢erZip=48453&includeNearbyLocations=true
Thank you Tammy Major for dropping off two bags full of school supplies for our students! Rite Aid has school supplies marked 75% off, so grab them while you still can.
All coaches, parents and students please be aware that the MHS Sports Remind is going to be deactivated. We will no longer use this app for athletic department communication. To receive sports updates you will need to download the new Marlette app.
Looking for some great Marlette Elementary School Red Raider wear? Look no further- https://www.spiritandpride.com/sap/SAPHomePage?persontype=student&schoolid=0000112083&type=S
Here is the Spirit Week Dress Up Days schedule for our Jr/Sr High students: Monday - Get Up and Go Day Tuesday - America Day Wednesday - Class Color Thursday - VSCO Girl Day Friday - Red & White Day
JRH Volleyball is canceled tonight (9/11/19)
We are so excited for Spirit Week and Homecoming next Friday, September 20. The elementary dress up days are a little different from the high school- https://www.smore.com/pv7fm
Due to power outage, the Sanilac Career Center is closed for all programs today, Sept. 11, 2019.
Good morning! We have a few bus drivers without power and one of their homes has a tree and power line on it. Ms. Deb’s route will be running late this morning. Start watching at the normal time and if you are able to bring your child in, please let us know. Thank you.
The Marlette Soccer team earns a big win tonight against Genesee Christian (3-1). Congratulations guys - keep up the hard work!
Raider Pride! • Consistent annual growth according to state (M-STEP) and local (STAR) assessments. • Full-time social worker and a half-time success coach • Full-time academic coach • Michigan School Wellness Award Winner for 2019 (Bronze Level) • High family attendance for VIP Curriculum Nights held quarterly
There has been some confusion finding the food service menus on the new website. To see the daily menu choices, click on Menu, then the Dining icon. To see the month at a glance menu, click on Menu, then scroll down to District and find Food Services. Click the + button and the menus will be listed. The app will only show the daily menu choices.
The scores have been released, and MHS Spring 2019 SAT scores rank 1st in Sanilac County and 4th in Sanilac, Huron, Tuscola, and Lapeer counties combined! Each and every member of our school and community played a vital role in our student success. Great things happening at MCS!
The District is experiencing internet outages which results in lost phone service. Messages can still be retrieved from voice mail.
Marlette Jr./Sr. High School picture day is tomorrow (Thursday 9/5/19). We can't wait to see all the smiling faces!
Great news! Our school has partnered with Smile Programs…the mobile dentists to offer in-school dental care at the Jr./Sr. High on 10/23/19. Visit https://www.myschooldentist.com/Default.aspx for more information. This service is optional for those interested students/families.
The file updating students in the Efunds database will be uploaded at the end of the first week of school. If you are trying to make a food service, preschool or RRC payment prior to that date, and you are unable to locate your student, please call 989-635-4923.
The Raiders Soccer team continued their strong start to the season with a win tonight over Harbor Beach (2-0) Keep up the good work guys!
Please click on the following link to access the latest Marlette Jr./Sr. High School newsletter. https://5il.co/9qzi
Raiders soccer traveled to Madison Heights Bishop Foley tonight and played a hard fought match to a 1-1 tie. The soccer team continues their season with 2 home matches next week.
Congratulations to the Raiders Volleyball teams today - 2nd place in the bronze bracket for Varsity, 2nd place in the silver bracket for JV. Great start to the season!
We return to school on Tuesday, August 27. All days are full days with no school on Friday, August 30.
6 Days until School starts! 6th Grade students traveled to Detroit last year for a field trip!
2019 Raider Soccer started their season on Sat, Aug 17 at the Hank Mai tournament in Caro where they played their way into the championship game against USA when they lost 1-0 and took 2nd place. They followed up that success with a 3-0 win over Lakers on Monday night.
There were some technology glitches over the weekend - 9 days until school starts on 8-18 9 months of Students of the Month at Marlette Elementary School
There were some technology glitches over the weekend - 10 days until school starts on Saturday 8-17 10 Marlette Jr/Sr High School students qualified for the State Track Meet!
GSRP Update Typically by now we are in the process of notifying and enrolling our GSRP children into the preschool program. Unfortunately at this time, the ISD has not been granted funding for the 19-20 school year. Any programming for the upcoming year is dependent on the inclusion of GSRP in the State School Aid Act which has not been finalized in Lansing. We apologize for the inconvenience this is causing, however, it is completely out of our hands. Until the state has a budget and the ISD is granted funding for the GSRP program, we are not given “slots” for the program. The legislature is expected back in session next week and we do still plan to start GSRP September 9. As soon as we are notified, our parents will be notified.
We are starting a Countdown for the 2019-20 school year. We are 14 days away and 14 is also the number of years we have held the annual Gayle’s Trail Walkathon! https://youtu.be/9vH58_JKBZk
Course schedule pickup for Jr./Sr. High School will be as follows: 8th/10th/11th/12th graders can pick up schedules in the main office on Wed. Aug 21st or Thurs. Aug. 22nd from 9:00 am - 11:30 am or 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm.
Upcoming events for Marlette Jr./Sr. High School. 7th Grade Orientation; Tues. Aug. 20th @ 6:00 pm. 9th Grade Orientation; Tues. Aug. 20th @ 7:00 pm. Both orientations will be hosted in the Jr./Sr. High cafeteria, and students will be given their course schedules at this time.
School Supply Lists are now posted under the Elementary School on the webpage!
Welcome! to our new web site. Please keep checking back as we add more information.