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🍎EARLY RELEASE DAY🍎 Just a reminder, families - Wednesday, October 20, is an early release day for students. Students will be dismissed two hours earlier than normal on Wednesday. View our school calendar: https://www.martinschools.org/page/calendars. #ALLINMartin👊
🍎EDUCATING ALL STUDENTS FOR SUCCESS🍎 Families - please click the link below to read an important message about staffing challenges we are experiencing throughout the District. Your patience and support are very much appreciated, and we thank you for partnering with us for your child's education. https://www.martinschools.org/article/562039 #ALLINMartin👊
MCHS would like to send a special thank you to Tess Turrin from RE/MAX for sponsoring a banner to support our AICE/AP Students! Go Tigers!
Good afternoon, parents. This is Mr. Fabrizio writing to share an important safety message in partnership with the Martin County Sheriff’s Office. Yesterday, the Martin County Sheriff’s Office arrested one of our students following inappropriate and illegal sexual contact with another student. While the arrest and charges in and of themselves were extremely disheartening and upsetting to hear, the Sheriff’s Office notified us today that they believe there may be other victims. Parents – please take a moment to speak with your child to ensure they know that if they believe they may have been a victim of inappropriate contact, the Sheriff’s Office wants to know. It is important that students know they may always come forward to report information to one of our School Resource Officers or another trusted adult on campus. In partnership with the Sheriff’s Office, we are here to support our students and ensure that they are and feel safe at all times. Tips or other concerns may be submitted via our school district website at www.martinschools.org or the MCSD mobile app by clicking the “submit a tip” button. Information that is submitted is received and investigated by the District’s safety team and law enforcement 24/7. Families may also contact the Martin County Sheriff’s Office at (772) 220-7060 to report information for investigation. We appreciate the men and women of the Martin County Sheriff’s Office for their dedication to investigating all allegations and tips in a timely and extremely thorough manner. I know that I have made a few phone calls over the last several days that have not provided news that any of us want to hear. I want all of our families to be assured that Martin County High School takes safety, as well as transparency, very seriously. We appreciate your continued support of our school. Please do not hesitate to contact our main office at 772-219-1800 if you have any additional questions.
Good afternoon, parents. This is Mr. Fabrizio writing to make you aware of an allegation that has been made involving a teacher at our school. Recently, we became aware of a concerning photo that appears to depict one of our teachers. As a result of the nature of the photo, the District’s Office of Professional Standards was immediately notified and began an investigation. Florida Statutes and School Board Policy preclude me from providing specifics related to the investigation other than to share with you that we are aware of this photo and the appropriate investigatory steps are being taken. The teacher has been reassigned to a function within the school district office while the investigation is underway. Parents- please be assured that the Martin County School District holds all employees to the highest standards of ethical, moral and legal conduct in accordance with the Principles of Professional Conduct for the Education Profession in Florida. There is no further action required of you as a result of this message. We appreciate your continued support of Martin County High School.
Revised Bell Schedule for Periods 4-7 for Wednesday, October 13, 2021.
MCHS is pleased to offer the ASVAB Test on 11/19/21 for 10, 11, and 12th graders. This free test is administered by the military but there is no obligation to join the military. It tests a student’s vocational interests and career goals. Sign up in the guidance department.
🎓PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE🎓 High school families - Florida's State University System will host a virtual admissions tour for students and parents/caregivers on Wednesday, October 13, from 7-9 p.m. During this session, students and families will hear from deans and directors of admissions at FAMU, FAU, FGCU, FIU, Florida Poly, FSU, New College of Florida, UCF, UF, UNF, USF and UWF about their programs and processes. This is a great way to get a snapshot of all Florida universities at one time and in one place! Register here: https://fiu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZyqqLwRATDOMwejDueSxIw #ALLINMartin👊
MCHS would like to send a BIG thank you to all of our Homecoming Candidate Representative Sponsors! We truly appreciate our community and their support of our students at MCHS.
Picture Day at MCHS for underclass students in grades 9-11 is Tuesday, October 12th from 7:30am-4pm. Picture Retakes will be held November 16th.
Pathfinders Scholarship Information Are you one of Martin County High School's top seniors? The prestigious Pathfinders Scholarship is for you! Please use the following link for more information: https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MTM4NDU1MDg5NDkz/p/NDA3NjI1NTYzODIy/details
Picture Day at MCHS for underclass students in grades 9-11 is Tuesday, October 12th from 7:30am-4pm.
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On Wednesday, October 13th, the PSAT will be administered to all of our 9th and 10th grade students. Follow this link for a PSAT Student Guide: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/pdf/psat-nmsqt-student-guide.pdf
MCHS Academic Alert-The first quarter ends on Friday, October 15th. This is a critical time for all students to check their academic progress. Please check Focus with your son/daughter and encourage them to make-up and submit all tests/missing assignments. Remember...each quarter matters. With only five days left...there is still time to finish strong!
MCHS Final Homecoming Alert: Families-friendly reminder-your student must have their Homecoming ticket as well as their school issued ID to enter the Homecoming Dance. Students will not be allowed to enter the dance after 9:00 pm. Dance ends at 11:00pm; please make transportation arrangements in advance. We are looking forward to a positive experience for all students that attend the dance...wrapping up a tremendous Homecoming Week!
MCHS Homecoming Alert: Families-friendly reminder–If your student will be attending our Homecoming Football game tonight or our Homecoming Dance (dance ends at 11:00 pm on Saturday night)…they must be picked up or continue home no later than 30 minutes after the conclusion of the game or dance. Thank you for your support and for adhering to these important safety-related protocols. All Homecoming details including game, dance dress code, and dance information can be found using this link: https://www.martinschools.org/o/mchs/page/homecoming
Special thanks to tonight's Homecoming Parade Judges: Mrs. Kate Cotner, Mrs. Victoria Defenthaler, Mrs. Joan Hunt, and Mrs. Kelly Pelletier!
Greetings, Martin County High School families. This is Mr. Fabrizio writing to share some important information with you about our upcoming Homecoming festivities. Parents, I would like to thank you for your support as we navigated the threats made against our school and the subsequent arrest of two minors this morning. We understand and empathize with the fact that these events were likely extremely troubling for your student and your family, as they were for all of our faculty and staff. I want to assure you that, in partnership with the Martin County Sheriff’s Office, we remain committed to safety. Martin County High School is an extremely safe campus and will remain that way because of the support and commitment of our students, employees, families and partners in law enforcement. With that being said, I want to advise you that all Homecoming activities will proceed as planned. Although we remain extremely confident that the Martin County Sheriff’s Office has fully addressed any potential threats, we will continue to have increased law enforcement present throughout our parade, pep rally (which will be held during the school day tomorrow) , Homecoming game and dance out of an abundance of caution. We want all of our students to be able to enjoy the activities they have looked forward to and helped to plan, and we appreciate the Martin County Sheriff’s Office for their continued partnership in ensuring the safety of our students and employees. Please continue to speak with your child about the importance of remaining alert, reporting suspicious activity they become aware of and making good decisions. Our school and the Martin County School District have zero tolerance for threats of any nature – individuals who make these extremely poor and illegal decisions will face severe school-based consequences and criminal charges. We are looking forward to positive and safe Homecoming activities as we celebrate Havana Nights! Please do not hesitate to contact our school with any questions you may have. Thank you for your continued support of Martin County High School.