ATTENTION 9th Grade Students and Parents


 INDIAN TRAINING DAY,
formerly Freshman Orientation, will be held Thursday, August 11th from 8am-1pm
in the MHS Gymnasium


You are about to embark on your high school career, one which will prepare you for future endeavors.  During the next four years, you will be experiencing new activities, new ideas, and new friendships.  At Marysville High School, we want to prepare you for these new experiences.  This year, we are launching the Link Crew Program.  Link Crew is designed with four components in mind: high school orientation, academic follow-ups, social follow-ups, and leader initiated contact.  Link Crew will help welcome incoming Freshmen by providing a mentorship with older students.  Schools that have implemented the Link Crew program have seen an increase in attendance, a decrease in discipline, and improved academic performance.  Marysville High School is excited to have this outstanding mentorship program on our campus!

Indian Training Day is for Freshman Students only. Parents/guardians can drop off their 9th grade student at 8 a.m. and pick them up at 1 p,m. Parents/guardians are welcome to join their students at Registration Day, on Friday, August 12th, from 8am-3 pm in the gym to get their class pictures taken, buy PE clothes, etc. 

 

To be a part of this new, exciting experience, please be sure your incoming Freshman is at our INDIAN TRAINING DAY on August 11, 2016 from
8 a.m-1 p.m. in the MHS Gymnasium.

 

To learn more about Link Crew, please visit: http://www.boomerangproject.com/link/what-link-crew

 Welcome to Marysville High School.
You are now a Marysville Indian!


   Registration Day
 Friday, August 12, 2016

 

We will be handing out schedules on Registration Day.  Students will come to the gym between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. to pick up their class schedules, have their ID and yearbook photos taken, have their Senior yearbook pictures taken, purchase PE clothing, receive club information, and more!  Please see the enclosed picture packet.

 

If you are unable to come to Registration Day, yearbook picture retakes will be held September 7th.  Schedules will also be available to pick up the first day of school in the gym at 7:15 a.m.

 

Locker assignments will be on each class schedule.  Seniors will have the privilege of top lockers in the Main Building.  Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen will have lockers in the Main Building or TBD.  These lockers have locks, but you will need to purchase locks for PE lockers.




First Day of School

Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 7:50 a.m.

Schedules will also be available to pick up the first day of school in the gym at 7:15 a.m.





 

BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT

WEDNESDAY, August 24, 2016 at
5:00 p.m.


Summer Hours 6/6/16- 8/4/16
Monday-Thursday 8:00-2:30 PM
Closed for lunch 12-1
Fridays: Closed

Marysville High School will be CLOSED July 25th-August 1st



Welcome to Marysville High

 OUR VISION

Marysville High School stands for TRUTH, TOLERANCE, and LIBERTY in order to produce graduates, who are RESPONSIBLE, RESPECTFUL, & HEALTHY CITIZENS, COMPETENT WORKERS and PROBLEM SOLVERS, and EFFECTIVE INTRAPERSONAL and INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATORS.

OUR BELIEF

Marysville High School believes that every student can learn ,and that our collective success in effectively teaching students the above principles are directly proportional to the future health and resiliency of our democratic institutions and economic prosperity.

MISSION STATEMENT

WHERE ATTENTION--- improved levels of academic achievement, improved instruction, and student belonging--- GOES, ENERGY--- effective Standards-Based Instructions, Structured Teacher Planning Time, MAAGy's, Professional Development, CSTP's, budget, master schedule,staff meeting time, personnel decisions, parent participation- FLOWS, and RESULTS--- 700+API, California Distinguished School Recognition, increased graduation rate, decreased dropout rate, increased number of students going to college--- SHOW.

In order to reach these goals, it is expected that the school and the community will contribute to and encourage the accomplishment of their mission.