Our Learn at Home plan and schedule is available here- https://5il.co/oeoj. #RedRaiderNation #LearnatHome #Pause
There was some confusion about buses running next week for career center. We are running a career center bus as usual. If students need a ride in for AM career center, they may ride their usual bus to the school, but they will need to be picked up upon returning from career center. PM career center students will need a ride to the school to ride the bus over to the career center and may ride their usual bus home upon their return in the afternoon. #BearWithUs #Sorry
Parent email from Mr. Sorentino January 15, 2021. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AlonzQE7bvuQIu0FDhZ_K054l4TmyKEFYhLbE2KzWKU/edit?usp=sharing Exam Schedules: https://docs.google.com/document/d/12C057zdGAGkpYrbLLhMu0VGk3kAf_Y_wLoS4GHejBCk/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/document/d/1k_LDJWuSPbBxy5_NsCLccysZXqkKwk0wHOqLjDvBTQU/edit?usp=sharing
Congratulations and thank you to Mrs. McElroy who was awarded a $5,000 grant from the L & L Educational Foundation! The money granted to us will be used to purchase 2 digital compound microscopes, 2 digital stereo microscopes (Dissecting scopes) and about $1000 worth of new and updated prepared microscope slides for Biology (Life Science) and Geology (Earth Science) classes. #RedRaiderNation #STEM #STEAM #21stCenturyLearning
If our District is notified of a positive COVID-19 case that puts a morning bus route into quarantine, that route will not run. Parents will be immediately notified via the Marlette App and Facebook. The District will call affected families as soon as possible. Please check Skyward and ensure that all listed phone numbers are up to date. Thank you!
Reminder...we need to know if your student has tested positive for Covid or is quarantined because of an exposure to someone who is positive. Please call your student's school office to report. Thank you.
Just to clarify, 7-12 grades are remaining virtual until Jan. 21. Students will return for exams (in person) on Jan. 21 and Jan. 22. Special Education students are able to be in the building Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday by emailing Mrs. Vislosky.
A phone call was just sent to all parents in the district. If you did not get the message, it states: K-6 will resume face to face instruction on Monday, January 18. 7-12 graders will return on Thursday, January 21.
Do you have some good news about any of our amazing students or alumni? Please forward that good news to: email@example.com. We love hearing about and sharing the success of our students and graduates! #RedRaiderNation
Seniors, apply early; apply often! https://sanilaccountycommunityfoundation.org/scholarship-categories/marlette-schools/#RedRaiderNation
Apparently the link we shared a couple days ago had missed some of our scholars on their list, so here is an update. The following Marlette students were named to the Mid Michigan College Honors List for 1st semester: Emma Albertson Brooke Malloy Olivia Storm Keagan Camp Amber Davis Josie Sartin Gretchen Steinkopf Trinity Tobey Josiah Hager Khailey House Ian Schetter Riley Mitchell Payton Brooks https://www.midmich.edu/community/news/honors-list-fall-2020 #RedRaiderNation
The January 11, 2021 Organizational and Regular Marlette Board of Education Meeting will be held virtually via Zoom at 7:00 p.m. To connect to the meeting, go to the "Events" section of the webpage and click on the meeting, this will take you to the Zoom link.
Mr. Sorentino's email message for Jr/Sr High 01/08/2021. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VtDHFUrqqRGPIGpr3_jN8IVou9NKNPK6wogiYqUtS4Q/edit?usp=sharing
Raider Care and Preschool will be open the week of January 11-15. To make arrangements for Raider Care, contact Tiffany Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements for care.
School Message - Parents have just received a phone call from the District. If you did not get a voice mail, the call states: The District will be going to virtual learning January 11-15. Return date is January 18.
Semester Exams are scheduled for Jan. 21 and Jan. 22 at the Jr/Sr High School. Please note on exam days, students may not have their phones on their persons in the classrooms. They may leave their phones locked in their lockers, at home for the day, checked in at the office or locked in their vehicles. Please see the links for the exam schedules. Schedule for grades 9-12. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PwfsBssf67oj5UPyGImeDJudWl2YmzV2sEuK4NLT-g8/edit?usp=sharing Schedule for grades 7-8. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1k_LDJWuSPbBxy5_NsCLccysZXqkKwk0wHOqLjDvBTQU/edit?usp=sharing
12/22/2020 Mr. Sorentino's parent email for the Jr/Sr High School parents. https://docs.google.com/document/d/15TVL_qRMPHvtCL8egXG-HubLa1JOIZrYqjwLn8EA8YE/edit?usp=sharing
Due to 2 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the elementary building (staff), we've opted to make Monday and Tuesday fully virtual for the entire district, K-12. We plan to deep clean, so preschool and Red Raider Care will be closed until everyone returns on Monday, January 4, 2021. No technology will be distributed at the elementary building so be prepared for a phone call if you are unable to connect virtually. Both offices will be open for medication pick up.
Mr. Sorentino's email to Jr/Sr High School parents for Dec. 18, 2020. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OoUjhRsgofpjE9S4l5aWot7-8GiTysEuhx2nVvGU-98/edit?usp=sharing
Rodney Raider spent yesterday with Mr. Schleicher's class. First he watched them work on their writing while hanging with some Sasquatch friends. Then, he was amazed to see that they were doing 3 digit by 1 digit multiplication! He plans to tell Santa about the rock stars in room 220! #ElfontheShelf #RedRaiderNation
Students who will be returning to face to face instruction on January 4, 2021 must make bussing arrangements by Tuesday, December 22. No transportation requests will be fulfilled between Wednesday, December 23 and Monday, January 4 to allow our staff a restful holiday break. Thank you for your cooperation!
Rodney Raider visited Mrs. Kneffel's room today. He watched the children work hard on their morning work from the computer cart. Rodney was amazed at how hard 5th graders work! As a reward for their hard work, Rodney left candy canes for the students. He will share with Santa all the good behaviors that showed students being ready, being responsible and being respectful. #ElfontheShelf #RedRaiderNation
Rodney Raider was in Mrs. Hutchens's class yesterday. He saw the children working on animal reports, phonics, and reading. He loved the great work on the elf math sheet. He was so happy that so many students passed their one minute math tests. Rodney will tell Santa about all of the good behaviors. #ElfontheShelf #RedRaiderNation
Rodney Raider sat perched in Mrs. Pennington's classroom Christmas tree yesterday, where he could keep a close eye on the first graders. He was very impressed with how hard the students were working on their animal research. Rodney even learned about fact families during math! He'll have plenty of good things to report to Santa. #RedRaiderNation #ElfontheShelf
Cat Herders Day, on December 15th, recognizes those whose life or job is like herding cats. They seem cute, adorable, and innocent. How much trouble can they cause? Ask a preschool or early elementary teacher! Thank you to our favorite cat herders: Ms. Carra, Ms. Cindy, Ms. Jenny, Ms. Donna, Mrs. Albertson, Ms. Luann, Mrs. Jones, Ms. Tiffany, Mrs. Marshall, Ms. Baleigh, Mrs. Curtis, Ms. Kraft, and Ms. Laursen! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SmgLtg1Izw
With the recent retirement of one of our community's long time daycare providers, we would like to help out our current preschool families who do not have a daycare to attend on Fridays. If this is you, please contact Tiffany Brooks at email@example.com as we are considering a Friday preschool daycare.
All bus routes will run as scheduled beginning Monday, December 14. Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we worked our way through route adjustments!
Dec. 11, 2020 parent email to Jr/Sr High School Parents from Mr. Sorentino. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JwyH1mGObLqVGBLEKsY_HaEAB_xU4X6xbSYmyas3_ok/edit?usp=sharing
Rodney Raider visited our Young Fives classroom today. He was excited to see that they were learning to write the letter I and the number 3. He also noticed that the children were making good choices and being very kind to each other. Rodney is looking forward to sharing this good report with Santa at the North Pole. #ElfontheShelf
The Marlette Board of Education Meeting scheduled for Monday, December 14, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. will be held virtually via Zoom. To connect to the meeting, go to the "Events" section of the webpage and click on the meeting, this will take you to the Zoom link.
Rodney Raider visited Ms. Nickens' room today. He brought candy canes for the boys and girls! In the morning, he noticed how helpful the children were with each other when doing their Math. In the afternoon, he hopped into the Math games basket and watched the children do their Writing and Social Studies. #ElfontheShelf
Rodney Raider kept an eye on Mrs. Pilarski's class today. He hung out on their Christmas lights and made sure he fixed a strand before he left! Rodney saw the second graders working so hard on double digit addition. He loved listening to the class read, "There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow". We're sure he will report all good things to Santa after visiting this classroom.
The elementary school is doing an inventory of our current technology and we have several missing iPads and Chromebooks. Please return any technology items you have borrowed to the elementary school by this Friday, December 11. This is only for families who are in-person. If you are a part of our virtual learning program, please keep your checked out device. Thank you.
Rodney Raider was in Mrs. Branding’s classroom this morning. He sat right over her shoulder and kept an eye on the students during the Google Meet. He learned about the schwa sound in phonics, listened to a Christmas story, and saw that second graders can do two digit addition! He noticed that the students were very respectful during the meeting and were all following directions! He has some great things to tell Santa about Mrs. Branding’s second grade class. #ElfontheShelf
Marlette Jr/Sr High students in 9th thru 12th grades are scheduled to return to face to face instruction on January 4th, 2021. This is subject to change based on the Governor's updates. There has been some confusion regarding the letter that was sent home...that letter is specifically regarding second semester.
Do you enjoy shopping at Ben's Great Outdoors or know someone who does? Now is the perfect time to enter the Marlette Student Council Ben's Great Outdoors raffle! Tickets are on sale until December 21st. The winner will be announced on the 22nd, in perfect time for Christmas! This gift card is worth $100 and tickets are $5 each or 3 for $10. You can purchase tickets for a chance to win this gift card at http://go.rallyup.com/scbensraffle
Marlette Community Schools students in Grades K-8 return to Face to Face instruction tomorrow, December 9th!
Bus Update for Wednesday, December 9 to Friday, December 11 for K-8 students: Amy H's route: Miss Linda will pick up country students in the morning. Miss Deb will pick up town students in the morning. Miss Amy H's students will be held at school in the afternoon until Miss Linda completes her route and then she will return to pick them up and transport home. If you would like to pick your student up, please contact the school offices by 9:00 a.m. Thank you! Miss Ceci's Route: Miss Melissa will pick up the country students in the morning. She has/will text her parents to let them know she will be arriving earlier than normal. Miss LInda and Miss Kay will pick up Miss Ceci's town students in the morning. Miss Teressa will drive MIss Ceci's route in the afternoon.
Rodney Raider had time to read and explore the school over the weekend. He found some red construction paper. He wants to keep hearing all the girls and boys are doing their best on their school work, but most of all, wants to remind us to share a loving word or gesture with our families and friends. LOVE is needed everywhere. #ElfontheShelf #RedRaiderNation
12/04/2020 Parent email from Mr. Sorentino to Jr/Sr High School parents. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qYIQWaKS7wGLEtuH6rKgdGUz0J-oWtoE/view?usp=sharing
Rodney Raider spent the day in the gym with Mrs. Zuhlke. He wasn't sure about virtual gym so he made himself a little jump rope from a shoelace to get his exercise! He sat in on all of the Google Meets Mrs. Zuhlke had today so was able to see many students right in their own homes! He is so impressed with the number of students who participated today! It was nice to have some company in the gym!
THE MARLETTE ELEMENTARY GIVING TREE 2020: The annual Marlette Elementary Giving Tree is decorated and shining brightly in the school’s lobby to help those in need during this holiday season. All toys stay in the Marlette community through Marlette Toys for Tots. During this unprecedented year, there are multiple ways to help: 1. Come to the elementary and grab a tag off of the tree. Return the unwrapped toy to the school by Friday, December 18th. 2. If you are unable to make it to the school to grab a tag, you can donate any unwrapped toy for a boy or girl from infant to 12 by Friday, December 18th. 3. If you cannot make it to the school at all, you can send a check to Marlette Elementary School, Attn: Giving Tree, 6230 Euclid St, Marlette, MI 48453 and we will go out and purchase toys for you. The school is open from 8:00am to 3:00pm during school days and toys can be placed in the container in the lobby. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Reynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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To recognize the state’s urgent and growing need for talent and the programs and services in place to help and engage residents in employment, training and educational opportunities, Governor Gretchen Whitmer encourages Michiganders to explore the many career pathways available to them during Career Exploration and Awareness Month. https://pathfinder.mitalent.org/#/home https://www.going-pro.com/
Rodney Raider has returned to Marlette Elementary School! He was disappointed that his friends are all at home until December 9, but he wanted to remind everyone that he does have magical powers and will be making sure our students are working hard on staying Ready, Respectful, and Responsible while they are at home.
If your student needs to access the internet to complete their work, please see the attached schedule. Local churches are open so that your student may use their internet services. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1d-FbyCPNqG1PM9wGj3DoUsQE8rFLHpG-YNYqIyp2NB4/edit?usp=sharing
Elementary technology pickup is noon until three on Monday. We will try to deliver whatever isn’t picked up on Tuesday. Please monitor student email for important links. Google Meets will begin Tuesday for elementary students. Thank you for being our partners in education.
MCS will be closed for F2F instruction until Dec 9th. A number of staff members in both buildings have either tested positive for COVID-19 or are in quarantine due to a close contact with a person with COVID-19. We will implement our virtual learning plans for all K-12 students. Our goal is to return to F2F instruction on Dec 9th. You will receive further updates as they become available.
The Marlette Board of Education will hold a special meeting for the purpose of conducting the Superintendent's evaluation. The Meeting is scheduled for Monday, November 30, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. and will be held virtually via Zoom. To connect to the meeting, go to the "Events" section of the webpage and click on the meeting, this will take you to the Zoom link.
11/20/2020 Mr. Sorentino's email to the parent's of Jr/Sr High School Students. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jY4myrumtKMVo-9s-NMDxdHpCW0OnLVY/view?usp=sharing
Meals for Virtual Students: You may sign up to receive take-home meals for your virtual students for Monday –Friday when school is in session. Students who are participating in face-to-face learning will not get take home meals. They will be served free meals at the school. Pickup will be on Monday’s for meals for the week. If there is no school on Monday’s, pickup will be the following day. Pickup time will be 3:30-4:15 IN THE FOYER of the High School Main Entrance. Please go to the Marlette Schools website and sign up under Food Service/Virtual Meals Sign Up and complete the form there. **If a family orders meals and does not pick them up, we will charge $2.33 for breakfast and $4.08 for lunch for each meal ordered.** Please contact the Food Service Department with any questions/concerns: 989-635-7425 ext. 44902
Further clarification for all families: our Young 5’s through 8th grade students are still attending school as usual. The new order applies to 9-12 students beginning Wednesday. If you have any questions, contact your building principal- email@example.com (jr/sr high) or firstname.lastname@example.org (elementary).
Based on the recent order from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Marlette Jr/Sr High School is launching our Learn at Home plan for all 9-12 grade students beginning Wednesday, November 18, through Wednesday, December 9. Schedules can be found here on page 4- https://docs.google.com/document/d/13jQIhSKYUok_aTylUnK4b3q5D9gojk6OA5Yzz3mCs24/edit?usp=sharing The order can be found here- http://gomasa.org/wp-content/uploads/2020.11.15-Masks-and-Gatherings-order-final.pdf Thank you for continuing to be our partners in education. We will continue to do all we can to keep our children safe and learning. If you have any questions, please contact your building principal.
The Sanilac Career Center is without power so they are cancelling classes for Monday, November 16. Again, the career center is closed, but we are open.
From the MHSAA With Governor Whitmer’s announcement this evening, all school sports activities (practices and contests) are suspended effective immediately through at least Dec. 8 or until these new orders are amended. The only allowed coach-player contact and activities for all sports (fall, winter and spring) is virtual communication and meetings through at least Dec. 8 or until these new orders are amended.
Beginning Monday November 16- 24, Amy Howe's am route will be combined with Linda Laursens country route. Deb Silance will be picking up Linda Laursen's town stops. Please watch for the bus as times may vary. For the pm route, Amy H's students will be held until Linda Laursen completes her town stops. She will then return to both schools to get Amy H's students. We will have a sub on the pm route on some days. Those days will be posted asap. If you prefer to bring your child to school or pick them from school, please contact the school secretary before 9 am. Parents needing to make morning changes before 8 am should call 989-367-8300, not the bus driver. Thank you!!
11/13/2020 Parent Email to Jr/Sr High School Parents from Mr. Sorentino https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fGcZz9afYZcs7wCsPykke03-taDC6qDg/view?usp=sharing
If the cost associated with having internet in your home is a problem, check out these possible solutions- https://www.michigan.gov/mde/0,4615,7-140-28753_65803-387715--,00.html
We are still looking for amazing people who love children to substitute teach in our district. Here are the required qualifications- http://www.pcmiservices.com/PCMI/Files/_Employment%20Requirements/2019-02-26/Michigan_Employment_Requirements_2019_02_26.pdf
We are planning to run Red Raider Care if there is any type of school shutdown. If you are interested, please contact Tiffany at email@example.com and let her know. Better to be prepared and not need our child care, than to need child care and not be prepared.
The Jr/Sr High School first marking period grades will be posted to Skyward on Friday, November 13 in the afternoon. Please let us know if you have issues accessing your student's Skyward account at 989 635 4946.
Welcome to Miss Melissa! Starting Wednesday morning (November 11), Miss Melissa will begin driving Miss Stacie’s old route. Students who are currently riding other buses due to Miss Stacie's bus split were given a note on Monday or Tuesday stating they would begin riding Miss Melissa’s bus. Miss Melissa will call students with tentative pick up times. If your child rode on Miss Stacie’s bus and did not receive a note, please contact their current driver to determine if they will be moving to Miss Melissa’s bus beginning Wednesday morning.
Elementary families: please give us a few minutes of your time and complete our 3 question survey- https://forms.gle/Kac52qt1FNmfdGjJ7
Tired of fake news and trying to sort out what’s worth reading? We found it right here! The elementary newsletter is available now- https://www.smore.com/apx2m
The Marlette Board of Education Meeting scheduled for Monday, November 9, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. will be held virtually via Zoom. To connect to the meeting, go to the events section of the webpage and click on the meeting, this will take you to the Zoom link.
The elementary book fair is patiently awaiting your order! https://shop.scholastic.com/parent-ecommerce/parent-store-2.html?fairId=4964609
11/06/2020 email from Mr. Sorentino to the Jr/Sr High School parents. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fBgRBdLNMjEdkcLVfWIaHnS2zkdLpzqqmP8Zfh6QLYg/edit?usp=sharing
This is your daily reminder to check out the sweet book fair Scholastic has for us this fall. I hear books make great stocking stuffers! Only 51 days until Christmas. https://shop.scholastic.com/parent-ecommerce/parent-store-2.html?fairId=4964609#
Do you have at least 60 credit hours with a 2.0 GPA? Do you love working with awesome kids and amazing adults? Do you like to make money? If your answer is yes to all 3, sign up to substitute teach! http://www.pcmiservices.com/
Be sure to shop our Virtual Book Fair now through November 15- https://shop.scholastic.com/parent-ecommerce/parent-store-2.html?fairId=4964609
Good Luck to our Lady Raider volleyball team who begins their district tournament run tonight @ 7:30pm vs. Sandusky. There are still a few tickets available at https://gofan.co/app/events/132058 Marlette spectators will be allowed in the gym after the first game.
Due to special funding from the USDA, all student meals are free through the end of the 2020-2021 school year. However, if your family income should change, please complete a new free and reduced meal application. Families will begin the 2021-2022 school year with the meal status they ended the 2020-2021 school year with. This will remain in effect for 30 days or until a new form has been submitted. Forms are available in the school offices or online via Skyward. If you have questions, please contact Tammy Major at 989-635-7425, ext. 44902.
The elementary school's virtual book fair is LIVE- https://shop.scholastic.com/parent-ecommerce/parent-store-2.html?fairId=4964609 You have until November 15. Thank you for your support!
Please take the Sanilac County Broadband survey- https://www.myconnectedcommunity.org/sanilac-county/ . Please share this information with your neighbors, peers, and others and encourage them to take the survey!
Marlette Elementary School Book Fair runs November 2-15. https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairs/cptoolkit/homepage.do?method=homepage&url=marletteelementaryschool
Red Raider Football- Good luck to our Football team as they travel to USA for the first round of playoffs. Tickets are still available at https://gofan.co/app/events/127978
10/30/2020 Parent email to Jr/ Sr High Parents from Mr. Sorentino https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OPcns0dy47yvk7ukS-4eJHMeBSAvjhlg/view?usp=sharing
Governor Whitmer has declared October 26- November 1, as Carbon Monoxide Safety Awareness Week. As we head into the colder months, please make sure you have working CO detectors on every level of your home. https://www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71548_54783_54784_78428_78430_78438---,00.html
Picture retakes at the Jr/Sr High School are scheduled for Thursday, October 29. Face to Face students who need their pictures retaken will have that done during their first hour class. Virtual students who need their pictures taken or retaken should report to the main office between 9:30 am and 10:30 am.
Virtual Financial Aid Night - Tuesday, Oct. 27 @ 7PM SC4 is offering a virtual Financial Aid Night on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. via an online Zoom meeting for parents and high school juniors and seniors who would like to learn more about the financial aid process. Parents and students need to register for the event by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to our new National Honor Society Inductees: Trinity Tobey, Khailey House, Marisa Anderson, Payton Brooks, Ethan Marshall, Isabel Guizar, Emily Martinez, Gretchen Steinkopf, Amber Davis, Josie Sartin, and Samantha Moshier. National Honor Society recognizes students who strive towards excellence in academics, leadership, and civic responsibility.
Late Bus for the afternoon of Monday, October 26 and Tuesday, October 27. Miss Amy H's country students will be held until Miss Linda has completed her town stops. She will then pick them up so these students may arrive home later than normal. If you would like to pick your child up instead, please contact the school offices by 9:00 a.m. each morning. Miss Amy H's town students will ride Miss Amy C's bus. Thank you!
10/22/2020 Email to Jr/Sr High School parents from the principal: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1U6ctMqySe0j2Xa0WDSke4_JppfOr7E1i/view?usp=sharing
Red Raider Soccer wins again!! With a win tonight over Harbor Beach (4-2) the Raiders are moving on to a District Championship match on Friday against Macomb Lutheran North. Good luck boys!! Keep up the hard work
Link to sign up for Jr/Sr High School Parent Teacher Conferences. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D48A8A923ABF8C43-fall
Marlette Community Schools' buses are now equipped with 2 outside cameras which record vehicles who do not stop for school bus red lights. The cameras will capture vehicles at the front and the back of the bus, including license plate numbers. Please help keep our students safe....stop for the red lights.
October 19-23 is National School Bus Safety Week. We thank our school bus drivers for keeping our students safe! Make sure you thank them if you see them.....Miss Ceci, Miss Amy C, Miss Michelle, Miss Tammy, Miss Stacie, Miss Amy H, Miss Deb, Miss Kay and Miss Teressa. We have the best!! Thank you to Mr. Schank, too, for keeping our buses running safely!!
Marlette Schools will be short a driver for the next few mornings. Miss Linda will run two routes. She has distributed a note to affected students. If notified, please be at your stop ready to board the bus each morning so she can run the two routes in a timely manner. All PM routes should run as scheduled. Sub bus drivers are needed. Please contact Deanna King at 989-635-4923 or email@example.com if interested.
Red Raider Football - Homecoming game starts at 7pm. Gate opens at 6pm. 100 tickets will be on sale at the gate. Entry fee is $5 for all tickets. Spectators need to have a covid entry form, ticket and entry fee to enter. Masks must be worn at all times. South gates will be closed
ANNOUNCEMENT- Today’s homecoming parade is scheduled to begin at 4:30 PM.
Jr/Sr High School Parent Email from Mr. Sorentino: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eUwJM3qZ_HXqiZbaocd6K_n_oJ9GxAEti6mjXDnrRFo/edit?usp=sharing Also attached is the tutoring schedule: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wwZIOXB9Z6Kwp2msvY2a9KkR0bcbQ_q0LgJwarw8M8o/edit?usp=sharing
BUS CHANGE UPDATE! Marlette Schools will be short two drivers tomorrow morning, Friday, October 16. The following routes will be affected: Miss Linda, Miss Amy H, Miss Amy C, Miss Ceci, Miss Kay and Miss Deb. Pick up may be earlier, but most likely 10-15 minutes later than usual. Students should be waiting so drivers will know they are riding. If students will not be riding, please call the High School Office at 989-367-8300. Mrs. Sadler is available to answer the phone at 6:30 a.m. Please leave a message if she is on the line with another parent. Thank you for your cooperation as we work to safely transport your students to school.
Red Raider Soccer takes their first step towards another championship with a win tonight over Almont (5-1). The Raiders are off until next Tuesday when they play the winner of New Haven and Harbor Beach at Richmond (7pm) . Keep up the hard work boys!!
Red Raider Soccer- The boys finished their regular season with a win (5-0) over Parkway Christian on Monday night improving their record to 15-2 overall and 6-0 in the GTC South for their 2nd straight League Championship. Tonight they start their District tournament at Almont (4:30p). Plenty of tickets available at the gate so come out and support the boys as they look to keep improving on their season.
New Update (10/13/2020; 7:51 p.m.) Bus Change: Miss Amy H has a trip out on Wednesday, October 14. Her town students will ride Miss Amy C's bus. Her country students will be held at their respective schools. After Miss Linda completes her town route, she will return to the schools to pick up Miss Amy H's country students. Students may get home later because of this change. If you would like to pick your child(ren) up, please contact the school offices prior to 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning. On Friday, October 16, Miss Deb's morning route will be split. Times may vary from student's usual pick up times. Please be ready 10 minutes early. Sub bus drivers are needed. If interested, please contact Deanna King at 989-635-4923 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!!
Marlette Jr/Sr High School Parents here is the link to sign up for Parent/Teacher conferences on Wed. October 21. All conferences will be held virtually. You must reserve a time with the teacher you want to conference with. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D48A8A923ABF8C43-fall
Brightspace for Parents is here! If you need help, please email email@example.com. Do not comment or send a PM if you need assistance. https://www.loom.com/share/d2aece74d9c240c492dc5a88e686a62c
Bus Change Update: Miss Amy H has a trip out on Wednesday, October 14. All her students will be held at their respective schools. After Miss Linda completes her town route, she will return to the schools to pick up Miss Amy H's students. Students may get home later because of this change. If you would like to pick your child(ren) up, please contact the school offices prior to 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning. On Friday, October 16, Miss Deb's morning route will be split. Times may vary from student's usual pick up times. Please be ready 10 minutes early. Sub bus drivers are needed. If interested, please contact Deanna King at 989-635-4923 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!!
Red Raider Soccer- After the soccer teams 10 game winning streak came to an end on Wednesday with a loss to Bad Axe the boys are back in action tonight as they take on Capac and try to improve their GTC South record to 6-0. Good luck!
Red Raider Football: There will be tickets available at the gate ($5) tonight as the Raiders travel to Caro and try to improve their record to 4-0. Good Luck!
The School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, October 12, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. will be held in the Elementary School Gym.
Mr. Sorentino's Friday email to parents--Info about next week's testing and homecoming included. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lqlw1M5nHtoJq9D3cTKrXb4u6_az3jBgwwfoKlgqv0U/edit?usp=sharing
The Red Raider Mall at the High School will be opening next week BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Families may shop together (one household at a time) in 20 minute increments. You must call the high school office (Ms. Betsy) at 989 635 4946 to reserve your spot. We have times available Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday beginning at 3:15. Masks are required and your temperature will be checked upon entering the building.
Cap and Gowns need to ordered/reserved by seniors. The information and a video was sent to their school email. Please have your senior student respond if they have not.
Red Raoder Soccer improves their season record to 13-1 with a hard fought win tonight over Memphis (5-2). The Raiders are back to work on Wednesday with a home match against Bad Axe. Congratulations on the win and good luck Wednesday!!
Tonight's boys soccer match has been moved to a 6:30pm start time.
The High School Student Council is selling t-shirts for homecoming 2020. Get yours by following the link! https://docs.google.com/document/d/13vypNYma-bANSQUjbtyzv5buZGhP5qXvdiAhP9j4W4Q/edit?usp=sharing
Red Raider Soccer team improves to 12- on the season with a quick win tonight against Landmark Academy. Next up for the Raider is a tough week of League competition starting with Memphis on Monday. Keep up the hard work boys. Another League Championship is within reach!!
Friday email to Jr/Sr High Parents from Mr. Sorentino: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1pcpOJ_dVaVNzvu0dzX4Zhawe1xzbp5VuMSM3XRovW-E/edit?usp=sharing
Tutoring at the Jr/Sr High school is available Monday thru Thursday. Please follow the link for the subject and teacher schedule: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1K9w6PQcqeWcnYSS6V0UoEfULRkd9WDPLo9mSMnt1Yg4/edit?usp=sharing
Today is our virtual day. Please make sure you let us know if you are struggling to login or complete work in Brightspace. We want to know the issues today so that we can make sure they are fixed ASAP.
The soccer match scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 30th has been canceled. We are currently working with Harbor Beach to reschedule.
Red Raider Soccer improves to 10-1 on the season with a win last night over Caro (5-2). The Raiders are back in action on Wednesday with another league match against Harbor Beach.
Tonights JRH volleyball matches have been canceled. We are working with Sandusky to reschedule.
Kindergarten-6th grade virtual students: Have a question? Struggling to submit an assignment in Brightspace? Not sure what you're supposed to do for science this week? Call our Virtual Teaching Assistant during normal school hours with your questions or leave a voicemail and she will get back with you ASAP! 989-635-7425, ext. 44643.
CHAMPIONS!! The Red Raider Soccer team traveled to Dansville today and came home with the 1st Place trophy. The Raiders won all 3 games beating Dansville (4-1) Corunna (8-0) and Charyl Stockwell (2-1). Great day of soccer boys. Next up for the Raiders is a league match on Monday
Friday email for Jr/Sr High School parents from Mr. Sorentino. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1QvWsLkORx5d2OBSs6H7WNUJ_mAzm_pCmMb94objWRzU/edit?usp=sharing
Red Raider Soccer picks up another win tonight against league rival Capac (5-0). The Raiders improve to 6-1 on the season as they head to Dansville this weekend to take on some tough competition in a Saturday tournament. Good win tonight boys!! Good luck this weekend.
If you chose our virtual program and continue to struggle with making it work, please give us a call to return to face to face instruction. This Friday, September 25, is the last day to return to face to face before second semester, January 26, 2021.
Red Raider Soccer improves to 5-1 on tje season with a win tonight over USA (2-0). Next up are Chiefs of Capac as the Raiders try to stay perfect in league play on Wednesday night under the lights. Good luck boys - keep working!!
Most school payments can be made online using Efunds for Schools at https://payments.efundsforschools.com/v3/districts/55701. The link is also located on the web site under Parents. If you need help using the site, please call Deanna at 989-635-4923.
Red Raider soccer team picks up another win today over the Caro Tigers (7-1). The boys are back in action on Monday as they take on the USA Patriots for another tough league match. Good luck boys!!
Red Raider Football started their season with a big win over the Green Devils (39-24). Next Friday the team travels to Alcona for their week 2 match up. Great win tonight. Keep up the hard work.
Friday email from Mr. Sorentino for Jr/Sr High School parents: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dyD45obQS-EYPA3w_j2-QbQQXyFTmddW/view?usp=sharing
FOOTBALL IS BACK- The wait is over. Tonight the Raiders host the Brown City Green Devils at 7pm. While the wait is finally over things will be different this year. To enter the facility you must have a school issued ticket and a GTC Covid Entry Form. Masks / face coverings must be worn at all times. There will be no concessions or bathrooms open - we do have porta potties. The only gate you may enter through is the main gate on the northwest side of the field. All south gates will be closed to entry. Gates open to spectators at 6:30p. The game will be broadcast on 92.5 and streamed live at www.sanilacbroadcasting.com Go Raiders!
Marlette Community Schools will hold our first fully virtual day Wednesday, September 30. All students will be expected to log in to Brightspace and work from home. Teachers will provide additional information and ensure all families are prepared ahead of time. *Preschool is open, but no buses will run. *A bus will run to and from the career center at normal times. *Red Raider Care is open for school age children, 6 am-6 pm, for $25. Students must be preregistered and paid for ahead of time. Contact email@example.com for more details.
Tonight's football game against Brown City will be on the radio. Tune in to 92.5 FM to listen. They will also stream the game for those unable to attend. (Only those who are given a ticket are allowed entrance.) Go to http://www.sanilacbroadcasting.com/ for the stream
Raiders soccer improves to 3-1 on the season with a win tonight over EPB Lakers (8-0). Next up the boys travel to Caro on Saturday for another GTC match up. Good luck guys - keep up the hard work
Miss Michelle's morning bus route will start 5 minutes earlier beginning Thursday, September 17, due to route changes.
If your student is a virtual 7th thru 12th grade student who had their picture taken on Sept. 3rd, their ID and picture order form are available for pick up at the Jr/Sr High School office. You must wear a mask to enter the building. Please pick up your ID and order form as soon as possible.
Bus Route Update: Because the Boys Soccer game was moved to a later start time, there will be no late buses today, September 16. All routes will run as scheduled this afternoon.
Tonight's boys soccer match at EPB Lakers has been pushed back to a 6:20pm start time. Bus will depart at 4:20pm
UPDATED - Wednesday, September 16 Bus Route Change - UPDATED Miss Linda will not be driving on Wednesday, September 16. In the morning, Miss Amy (Howe) will pick up Miss Linda's out of town students. Times may vary so please be watching and ready for the bus. Miss Deb will pick up Miss Linda's town stops. In the afternoon, Miss Teressa will drive for Miss Linda. After Miss Teressa runs part of the town route, she will return to the school to pick up Miss Amy H's out of town stops. Students may arrive home later than usual. Miss Amy H will deliver her town students prior to leaving for a trip out of town. If you would like to bring your students to school and/or pick them up on Wednesday, please contact the school office today regarding Wednesday morning, or by 9:00 a.m. Wednesday morning for Wednesday afternoon. We need sub bus drivers....if you are interested, please contact Deanna King at firstname.lastname@example.org or 989-635-4923.
Wednesday, September 16 Bus Route Change Miss Linda will not be driving on Wednesday, September 16. In the morning, Miss Amy (Howe) will pick up Miss Linda's out of town students. Times may vary so please be watching and ready for the bus. Miss Deb will pick up Miss Linda's town stops. In the afternoon, Miss Teressa will drive for Miss Linda. Miss Teressa will also have Miss Amy H's out of town stops. Miss Amy H will deliver her town students prior to leaving for a trip out of town. If you would like to bring your students to school and/or pick them up on Wednesday, please contact the school office today regarding Wednesday morning, or by 9:00 a.m. Wednesday morning for Wednesday afternoon.
Just a reminder that Marlette Community Schools is offering FREE breakfast and lunch to all face-to-face and virtual enrolled students until December 31, 2020 or until USDA funds are depleted. You may sign up to receive take-home meals for your virtual students Monday –Friday when school is in session. Please continue to complete free and reduced meal forms for when the lunches are no longer free. Virtual families, there is a form you can complete for free meals. You must do it weekly. https://forms.gle/kSzMCViABPULBZPNA
The Raider soccer team suffered their first loss on the season as they played powerhouse Genessee Christian last night (2-0) The team is back in action on Wednesday as the travel to EPB Lakers for the start of league play.
Bus Route Change. We will be short a sub bus on Monday, September 14. Miss Amy (Howe)'s town students will ride Miss Amy's (Choike) bus; however her out-of-town students will be held at the school. Miss Linda will run part of her route, then return to the school to pick up Miss Amy's (H) out-of-town students. Miss Amy's (H) out-of-town students will be home later due to this change. Any parents who wish to pick their students up should contact the school offices prior to 9:00 a.m. on Monday morning. Please note: Bus changes must be communicated to school offices no later than 9 a.m. each day. Changes are limited to students' previously designated stops, that is only students assigned to bus routes may ride. If anyone is interested in becoming a sub bus driver, please contact Deanna King at email@example.com or at 989-635-4923.
Red Raider Soccer team traveled to Harbor Beach tonight and came out with another win (1-0). The team travels to Genessee Christian next Monday to take on the always tough Soldiers. Great win tonight and good luck on Monday. Keep up the hard work guys.
Mr. Sorentino's Friday email for the parents of Jr/Sr High School Students: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CsotmVJAJ_cV1peNkCN6rDY-ksG9Df8s/view?usp=sharing
Good afternoon Red Raider families! The elementary school's September newsletter is hot off the presses and certified Fake News Free! https://www.smore.com/hqd05 #RedRaiderNation #BackToSchool
The School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, September 14, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. will be held virtually via Zoom at the regularly scheduled time. Go to the Events section of the web page and click on the meeting to connect.
VIRTUAL FAMILIES- Our learning management system for all virtual students is Brightspace. To log in, go to our website (www.marletteschools.org) and scroll down until you see the Brightspace logo. Click that logo and log in with your student's Gmail credentials.
The District is not accepting cash payments for ala carte food purchases. (Breakfast is free for the entire year, lunch is free until 12/31/2020 or USDA funds are depleted.) Parents/Guardians can make payments online via e~Funds for Schools to fund ala carte purchases. Bank account withdrawals, debit or credit cards may be used. Some fees apply. A link can be found on the website in the Parents Section or visit https://payments.efundsforschools.com/v3/districts/5570 Parents who are unable to access the link can come into the Superintendent's Office and will receive help in making online payments.
Bus Route Change We will be short a sub bus on Friday, September 11. Miss Amy (Howe) will do her normal town stops; however her out-of-town students will be held at the school. Miss Linda will run part of her route, then return to the school to pick up Miss Amy's out-of-town students. Miss Amy's out-of-town students will be home later due to this change. Any parents who wish to pick their students up should contact the school offices prior to 9:00 a.m. on Friday morning. If anyone is interested in becoming a sub bus driver, please contact Deanna King at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 989-635-4923.
Red Raider Soccer starts their long awaited season with a win over their long time rival Memphis. The Raiders shutout the Yellow Jackets 3-0. Friday (9/11) the boys are heading to Harbor Beach to continue their season......keep up the hard work guys!
Just a reminder now that buses are on the road again......When the red overhead lights are flashing, stop at least 20 feet from the school bus. Remain stopped until the flashing red lights are turned off. All lanes must stop on a four- lane highway that DOES NOT HAVE A BARRIER (i.e. M-53 four-lane areas). However, it is not necessary to stop for a school bus stopped on the other side of a divided highway where the road is SEPARATED BY A BARRIER, such as a concrete or grass median, island, or other structures that separate the flow of traffic.
Reminder for the Jr/Sr High School: Students may purchase ala carte items at lunch IF they have money on their account. We are trying not to handle cash in the lunch line. You can add money to their account by using the following link https://payments.efundsforschools.com/v3/districts/55701 or by accessing it through the school website under the Parent section.
Bus changes must be communicated to school offices no later than 9 a.m. each day. Changes are limited to students' previously designated stops.
Sanilac Career Center lost power; AM session will remain until their normal dismissal time. PM session is cancelled.
Free Lunch! Just a reminder that lunches for ALL students will be free until December 31, 2020 or until USDA program funds are depleted. Breakfast will be free for all students for the entire year.
Here is a walk-through of what to expect tomorrow at Marlette Jr/Sr High School- https://youtu.be/AZVaK-W5QPg
Jr/Sr High School Students Google Account passwords will be reset back to the default password on Monday, Sept. 7 during the afternoon or evening. If your student can not remember the default password, please call the HS office on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Skyward accounts will remain the same.
Here is the link to Mr. Sorentino's Friday email for Jr/Sr High School parents: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BLhFf3UoqUWT80hrHcv9kuLERakkGhl9/view?usp=sharing
Wondering what virtual instruction is going to look like? Here is a link to Brightspace- https://marletteschools.brightspace.com/d2l/home. Students use their Gmail credentials to log in. Need login information? Contact your child's school for more information.
Marlette Community Schools is taking bids for music stands. Please see the description below. A minimum bid of $500 is required. Bids can be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to: Superintendent's Office, Marlette Community Schools, 6230 Euclid St, Marlette, MI 48453. Bids are due by Friday, September 11, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. Manhassett Stand Rack with 25 stands Quantity - 2 Minimum bid $500 Stands are in good to very good condition with some wear, scuffs, and markings. Picture is representative of the item but not the actual item itself.
Marlette Community Schools will be offering FREE breakfast and lunch to all virtual enrolled students until December 31, 2020 or until USDA funds are depleted. You may sign up to receive take-home meals for Monday –Friday when school is in session. Please continue to complete free and reduced meal forms for when the lunches are no longer free. Virtual families, please complete this form if you would like to pick up meals weekly- https://forms.gle/kSzMCViABPULBZPNA
Please complete this one question survey by Friday, September 4 (https://forms.gle/ry2QfxHEH8J7pJk77). If we were forced to shutdown our schools again, would you use Red Raider Care for daycare? Our hours would likely be 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM. If you are interested, please complete a Red Raider Care application and return to the elementary office ASAP (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qvDlL4mdsCLLeFPrwCVkTzQUdZAxB7Kt/view?usp=sharing). Hard copies are available for pick up in the elementary office during normal business hours.
Still considering a virtual option for your students this fall? Make sure to check into the best option right here in Marlette led by THE BEST educators! https://michiganvirtual.org/resources/guides/parent-guide/ https://accelerateeducation.com/what_to_expect_parents.html
ATHLETICS UPDATE: With no further information from the MHSAA we are forced to cancel volleyball and soccer competitions through Sept. 4th and Junior High volleyball schedule is canceled through Sept 11th. Cross Country will compete Sept 3rd at Brown City. Good Luck!
Bus Drivers are in the process of contacting parents with morning pick up times. If you do not receive a contact by Thursday afternoon, please contact the Transportation Dept. at 989-635-7425, ext. 44942.
Jr/Sr High Parents: Please sign into your parent Skyward (marletteschools.org, then Menu, then Parent Skyward log in) and verify your student's emergency information. If you make changes, the HS office will be notified and you won't have to fill out a new emergency contact form. If you prefer the paper copy, your student can pick one up Thursday, Sept. 3 when they have their picture taken. Please contact the HS office if you need assistance signing into Skyward, 989-635-4946. Also, if your student is a virtual student who requested a Chromebook to use, you need to print the Student Personal Device Request form (same place as above), review it with your student, sign and bring it with you to pick up the Chromebook on Thursday, Sept. 3 during your student's picture time.
Eligible Red Raiders received an email from Mrs. Vislosky today. Be sure to check your email and complete the application if you are interested in joining National Honor Society. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Mr. Sorentino's Friday email: Jr/Sr High School Back to School Information. Please review; lots of good information. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1STPq8dmy8py_OKiLTgDapv00afmv9WNOQADDjniHBUM/edit?usp=sharing
Welcome Back Elementary Families! We are excited to be back in our building and can't wait to see you on September 8. Please check out these slides and videos from our amazing educators- https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1LP1fLhwE9X0pDn3cOpbG7f9-behX1ATE?usp=sharing If you are brand new to Marlette, please give us a call (635-7427) to arrange a private tour of our building before September 8.
Mr. Sorentino would like to apologize for the technical difficulties with last night's scheduled Zoom meeting for the JH/HS parents. We are going to try again tonight(Thursday, August, 27). Here is the link that you will follow to access the meeting. It is from 6:30 to 8 pm. https://zoom.us/j/93350281520?pwd=dlVpcjRIUUtxTVJKL2pVNHdTajRCQT09 Meeting ID: 933 5028 1520 Passcode: 4mVMW2 You can also join by phone at 1 417-719-7702 (PIN: 320309631) Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Just a reminder that JH/HS students WILL NEED to use their student ID's this year to purchase lunch. It is VERY IMPORTANT that all students in grades 7 thru 12 get their picture taken on Sept. 3. In the past they have been able to punch in their lunch code but this year they must scan their ID. Make up day for pictures is not until October.
Parents/Guardians can now make payments for most school costs online via e~Funds for Schools. Payments can be made for food service, college classes, athletic registrations, class fees, athletic team costs (clothing, etc.), club fees, athletic season passes, preschool payments and Red Raider Care. Bank account withdrawals, debit or credit cards may be used. Some fees apply. A link can be found on the website in the Parents Section or visit https://payments.efundsforschools.com/v3/districts/55701
Jr/Sr High School Picture Day is Sept. 3, 2020. Please come in during your scheduled time. Students must wear a mask until seated for their picture. AM Career Center students should report after their bus returns. PM Career Center students should report at their scheduled time OR before their bus departs if their time is after their scheduled departure. All students NEED to have their student ID done on picture day. There will be a make up day in October. 8:30-9:00 Last name beginning with A-B 9:00-9:30 Last name beginning with C 9:30-10:00 Last name beginning with D-E-F-G 10:00-10:30 Last name beginning with H-I-J 10:30-11:00 Last name beginning with K-L 11:00-11:30 Last name beginning with M 12:00-12:30 Last name beginning with N-O-P-Q 12:30-1:00 Last name beginning with R-S 1:00-1:30 Last name beginning with T-U-V-W-X Y & Z 1:30-2:30 Anyone who missed their time slot or was unable to come earlier.
FAQ sheet for the Jr/Sr High School. Please follow the link for answers to the most frequently asked questions at the Jr/Sr High! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1A-ZYc-z2ZVyTcLPhgoEAkFTgQsyc9q_aUaMhIm1S2wY/edit?usp=sharing
Marlette High School Career Center Students will be provided with transportation to and from the Sanilac Career Center beginning on Sept. 1, 2020. Students scheduled for the AM program should arrive at the HS (north side, parking lot) at 8 AM for pickup. They must wear a mask. They will return to the HS at 11:20 AM. Students scheduled for the PM program should arrive at the HS (north side, parking lot) at 11:45 AM for pickup. They must wear a mask. They will return to the HS at 2:45 PM. If a student needs to enter the building for any reason, they must wear their mask, have their temperature taken and fill out the Covid Exposure questionnaire. Unless a student has made arrangements with the Sanilac Career Center for special driving privileges, they MUST ride the bus.
All parents just received a voice mail from the school regarding the Town Hall Meeting tonight. It's 6:00 p.m. tonight. The link has been posted to our app and Facebook.
H.S. /J.H. Principal/Parent and School Community Information Wed Aug 26, 2020 6:30pm – 8pm https://zoom.us/j/94888666487?pwd=TEZnT0ovMm1rK0xaWkMyMHFLOGV6dz09 Meeting ID: 948 8866 6487 Passcode: K1hrmS
Town Hall Meeting for Parents Aug 24, 2020 6:00 PM https://us04web.zoom.us/j/71578819764?pwd=cnQvWWRHRGt5Q3JOaTV3Vkx2MWtPdz09 Meeting ID: 715 7881 9764 Passcode: X5kUCz Please email your questions prior to the meeting to email@example.com
Dear Preschool Families, While the Marlette Community School district moved the start date to Sept 8th, the Marlette Preschool Center also feels that we need to push back our start date. Preschool will begin on Sept 21st, 2020, for our Monday/Tuesday students and Sept 23rd for our Wednesday/Thursday students. We will have more details about which class your child is in, parent meetings, and how we are following all licensing and state guidelines for preschoolers. Thank you for your patience at this time. We will be in touch soon. Mrs. Albertson and Ms. Luann / Mrs. Marshall and Ms. Tiffany
There will be a Special Board Meeting on Monday, August 24, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. for the purpose of hiring staff. This meeting will be held virtually via Zoom.
Free and Reduced Meals - Families who receive state assistance may receive a letter from MCS soon regarding free and reduced meals. The letter will state if your family will receive free or reduced priced meals during the 2020-2021 school year. Families who will receive free meals DO NOT need to complete an additional free/reduced meal application. Families who will receive reduced meals may wish to complete an application to see if you qualify for free meals based on income. Free/reduced meal applications can be found online via Skyward or by request in each building office.
Update on Jr/Sr High School Schedules We are mindful that parents and students desire to see their class schedules. We are in the process of finalizing schedules. We hope to have them posted on Skyward and available for viewing next Monday morning. We are appreciative of everyone's patience as we adapt schedules to meet the changing educational environment. Look for more information in tomorrow's principal's email to parents.
Did you know you can submit email receipts to earn Box Tops rewards for our school? To find out how visit https://www.boxtops4education.com/emailgroceryreceipts_bonus
Congratulations Marlette Jr/Sr High School on your COVID-19 Response Grant Award from MCAN! To learn more, visit: https://micollegeaccess.org/news/covid19-round9
Good afternoon Red Raider families! Please check out the latest news from Marlette Elementary School- https://www.smore.com/gmt20
FAMILIES: Are you considering an online option this fall for your students? Did you know that we offer a full K-12 distance learning option? Stay enrolled with our district, receive flexible learning options, and be involved with extracurricular activities and sports! Email your building principal to learn more!
Are you looking to join the best teaching team? Apply at Marlette Elementary School and join us as we continue to learn and lead in the Heart of the Thumb! https://5il.co/jd0i
Red Raider Athletes if you are interested in playing Hockey this year please contct Mr. Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, August 14th.
The School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, August 10, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. will be held virtually via Zoom at the regularly scheduled time. Go to the Events section of the web page and click on the meeting to connect.
Marlette Elementary School supply lists are available now- https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/17F9iAtHa5c_jt5dn2HJnZsShXHsDTOxX?usp=sharing
Good morning Red Raider Nation! Please read the following letter to families from Superintendent Sarah Barratt regarding our return to school this fall. https://5il.co/iwbt
Substitute bus drivers needed. To apply send a letter of interest to Deanna King at email@example.com. Training is provided by the District.
Graduation Reminders: 1. Marlette is still in Stage 4. Gatherings are limited to 100 people at an outdoor event. The District is interpreting this to mean 100 people in the stands, 100 people (graduates) on the track, 100 people on the fence, etc. 2. Face masks are required I hope this helps clarify any questions you have. If you have additional questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, July 13, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. will be held virtually via Zoom at the regularly scheduled time. Go to the Events section of the web page and click on the meeting to connect.
Good morning Red Raider families! Please check the attached FAQ document and let us know if you have additional questions. We will continue to keep everyone updated as we complete the required plans in order to return this fall. Continue to enjoy your summer! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1y8caz_Fh6AHFC7IjkyLK0InGll-_IC9u/view?usp=sharing
Class of 2020, Marlette Jr./Sr. High School's graduation ceremony is scheduled for Friday, July 17th at 7:00 pm. This year's ceremony will take place at the football stadium. Graduates, if you are planning to attend the ceremony on the 17th, then please rsvp with Ms. Betsy by Friday, July 10th. Ms. Betsy can be reached at (989) 635-4946 or email@example.com
Our fruit and vegetable delivery should be here at 11:00 today. Sorry for the late notice. Please come and get a 25 pound box of fresh fruit and vegetables at 11:00 at the elementary school.
The School Board Meeting re-scheduled for Monday, June 29, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. will be held virtually via 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.
School is out for the summer! Don’t forget to eat with Meet Up and Eat Up. Visit www.michigan.gov/MeetUpEatUp or text Food to 877-877 to find a site near you. The FREE meals served at Meet Up and Eat Up follow USDA nutrition guidelines. Eat right this summer with friends at a local, safe place near you! Marlette Community School deliveries will end on Friday, June 26.
Marlette Varsity Soccer (2020) team will meet tonight (6/15) at the varsity soccer field @ 6:00pm
Elementary Families: If you missed the pick up dates, keep an eye out for a bus dropping off your child’s belongings today.
The Marlette Community School teachers would like to announce Carleigh Nickens as the recipient of the 2020 Marlette Education Association scholarship. Congratulations Carleigh and best of luck at Aquinas College this coming Fall!
Attention next school year's 7th grade students. Due to the COVID-19 school closure, we were not able to host our 6th grade "Step Ahead" event like we have traditionally done; however, we do want to inform families of our 7th grade Fall orientation, so family plans can be scheduled accordingly. The 2020-2021 Seventh Grade Orientation is scheduled for August 27, 2020 at 6:00 pm. The format for the event will be determined as we get closer to the orientation date. Have a relaxing summer vacation!
Marlette Schools is pleased to announce that beginning on June 15th, the district's outdoor facilities (athletic complex) will be open to district coaches and athletes who will be participating this Fall (2020) on school sponsored teams. Coaches, athletes, and parents will be required to follow strict MHSAA and district rules for safe practice and workouts. Please refer to the MHSAA Guidelines. Per the MHSAA, the indoor facilities including gyms, cafeterias, weight room, locker rooms, and bathrooms (including those at the sport complex) will remain closed until further notice. If you have any questions you may contact your fall coach or Chris Clark for further information.
Congratulations to Jordyn Boyne for being this year's recipient of the Tri-County Bank Scholarship. Thank you Tri-County Bank for your continued support of Marlette Community Schools and our students!
Congratulations to this year's recipients of the Jean Patrick Memorial Scholarship: Kennedy Lefler Marissa Crase Carleigh Nickens Riley Ford Jordyn Boyne A big THANK YOU to the Jean Patrick Foundation for their continued support of Marlette Community Schools and their students! Its great to be a Red Raider!
The voting is in! Congratulations to next school year's junior high student council officers. President Westley Chapin Vice-President Turlough Bennett Secretary Sofia Harwood Treasurer Dow Huggett Representatives Magy Cox Alexandra Findlay Autumn Klatzke Caden Meyer Lauren Pasek Luke Thomas
The Jr./Sr. High staff will be joining in the elementary staff's fun on Tuesday, June 9th from 4:00-6:00 pm as we host a drive thru reverse parade at the Jr./Sr. High building. Please drive thru the parking lot and wave bye and wish each other a fabulous summer as we mark the close to the 2019-2020 school year. Elementary staff will be positioned outside the elementary building and Jr./Sr. High staff will be positioned outside the Jr./Sr. High building (north side). We hope to see everyone's smiling faces!
This is an important message from Marlette Community Schools. Seventh thru twelfth grade textbook drop off and personal belongings pickup times are tonight from 5 to 6 p.m., Friday from 10 to 11 a.m., and Tuesday from 4 to 6 p.m. The drop off and pickup will be a drive thru style format. Please enter from the north west entrance of the parking lot. Thank you!
Important End of the Year Information for Marlette Jr./Sr. High School Students and Families 1. The 2019-2020 School Year ends on Tuesday, June 9th 2. Textbook, Chromebook, & School Issued Items Return a. Students need to return school items at the following dates & times i. Thursday, June 4th from 5:00-6:00 pm ii. Friday, June 5th from 10:00-11:00 am iii. Tuesday, June 9th from 4:00-6:00 pm b. Textbooks and school issued items still in student lockers will be collected by school staff 3. Personal Belongings from Lockers a. School staff has cleaned out all student lockers and bagged up the locker contents. The items can be collected by students at the above mentioned dates & times 4. Personal Belongings from Gym Lockers a. Students can come to the school building at the above mentioned times to clear their items from their gym locker. Social distancing guidelines will be followed as students enter the building to retrieve their items 5. Personal Band Items a. Students can pick up their personal band instruments at the above mentioned times 6. Classroom Awards a. The 7-11 Award Ceremonies have been cancelled this school year, but we will still be giving out classroom awards. Please keep an eye on the Marlette Community Schools’ Facebook over the next week for the posting of award winners! b. Award winners will receive their award certificates when we return to the school building for the 2020-2021 school year
Marlette Community Schools is planning to offer face to face instruction this fall, pending government permission.
We believe that everything will be ready for a safe return to classrooms in the fall, but we are awaiting further state and federal guidance to know what this fall will look like for sure. If you're considering virtual school, stay with us and join Marlette Virtual. Let us know if you're interested in this new option.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 (email@example.com)
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 (email@example.com 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) 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 email@example.com 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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- email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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!