Marysville School District Annual Transfer Requests accepted February 1 - February 28th. Pick-up a form in the main office. Info: http://5il.co/2q0o
Calling all patriotic high school artists! Enter for a chance to win $10k! Applications due 3/31! http://5il.co/1y2u @VFWHQ
MPHS ASB has put together "Finals Care Packs" that will be given to students during first period on Wednesday. Semester one finals are January 24, 25, & 26. Thanks, ASB!
STAMP Test! Is English your second language? Would you like to take the STAMP test to see if you can earn high school credit for your knowledge of your first language? Please stop by and see your counselor to get more information about this opportunity. The test will take place on March 15th, but you need to sign up before February 9th. See your counselor with any questions.
First Semester Finals are on Jan 24, 25, & 26. Bell Schedule is posted in our documents folder: http://5il.co/2myd
Cocoa, cookies, and Cram! On January 22nd ASB is providing a cram session Any students who would like to cram for the Semester 1 finals can come to the commons from 5-7 pm to study with their friends. Tutors from Honor Society will be on hand to help. ASB will provide cookies and hot cocoa.
Would you like to join MPHS Administrators on a learning walk? Learning walks are brief classroom visits, about 10 minutes in length, where you can get a glimpse of the amazing learning happening at Marysville Pilchuck High School. All you have to do is show up! There will be coffee, a few short classroom visits, and a debriefing session with time for discussion and an opportunity to provide feedback. Parents, extended family, and community members can all take part in these learning walks. Please contact Toni or Aimee in the main office at 360-695-2000 to sign up for this opportunity.
MPHS Drama Club will be presenting their annual Radio Variety Show on Friday, December 8 at 5:00 pm in the auditorium. This year's show involves singing and an adaption of the movie "Home Alone." Admission is free, but donations will be gladly accepted for the Marysville Food Bank!
Upcoming college visits: December 1st - Central Washington University @ 1 pm, Decemer 7th - Art Institute of Seattle @ 9:15 am. Sign-up through your Naviance account.
Now through December 15, students can submit their pledges to graduate on www.lockettpledge.com. The school to reach 100% of pledges first or the highest % of pledges based on their enrollment by Friday, December 15 receives $5,000 and a visit from Tyler Lockett! In addition, the top 5 runner-up schools receive $1,000! Only one pledge per student is permitted. How Students Pledge? It's easy! 1. Go to www.lockettpledge.com. 2. Click on the Student button. 3. Students fill out their pledge, choose your high school from the drop down menu, and include their contact information. 4. Click submit. Student pledges only need to be one sentence long and describe why it's important to them that they graduate from high school. Only one pledge per student is permitted.
MPHS Lifeskills students are sponsoring a SOCK DRIVE now through December 15th. All socks collect will be donated to the homeless in our area. Please drop you socks off in the main office.
Seniors, are you interested in purchasing an ad in the 2017-18 M-P Yearbook? Senior Ad Form is posted in our documents folder under "Student Forms & Docs". link: http://5il.co/2a46
Notice: Winter sports at M-PHS are canceled due to weather and lack of power.
Winter Athletics begin today! Athletic packets must be complete online through Family Access prior to first practice. If you don't know your parent login then please contact the office at 360.965.2000.
Our food drive is underway. We will be collecting food all the way through November 20th and everything collected will be donated to the Marysville food bank. We are doing school-wide prizes for the amount of items collected. If we as a school collect 35000 items, then the ASB will sponsor a field day in June. Students should bring donations to their 2nd period class.
Don't miss out on MPHS Drama Club's fall interactive musical 'The Awesome 80’s Prom!' The show starts THIS Thursday, November 9 and runs the next two weekends! If you’ve lived in or heard of the 1980’s you’ll love this show! Learn more at https://goo.gl/xfAV92
CWU On-the-Spot Admissions Event. Friday, December 1st from 1-4 pm at MGHS. Central Washington University's admissions team will be coming to Marysville Getchell HS to assist seniors with their CWU application and admitting qualified students on the spot! All Seniors in Marysville School District welcome. Flyer: http://5il.co/27u3
Follow-up hands-on FAFSA night! Seniors and families Thursday, October 26, 2017 Marysville Pilchuck Campus room BE-3 ( Mrs. Roberts room) 5:00 PM-7:30 PM Parents: please bring your tax information from 2016 Students: please bring your charged chrome book.
Our daily school bulletin can be found in our our documents folder: menu, documents, daily bulletin.
Parent Teacher Conferences are Wednesday, October 25th from 12-2:30 pm and Thursday, October 26th from 12-2:30 and 5-7:30 pm. No appointment is needed. Teachers will be located in the library and the TAC.
Do you know an #MSD25 educator who deserves recognition for caring about America? Nominate them by 10/31! http://5il.co/1y2w
MP Open House on Thursday, October 5th from 5:30-6:30pm in the MP Commons. First 200 parents will receive ice cream sandwiches!
Financial aid night is Tuesday, October 10th from 6:30-8:00 pm in the MP library. Come learn from the experts on how to fill out the FAFSA forms. Open to all Marysville School District seniors and parents.
Armed Services Vocational Battery (ASVAB) testing is free of charge for Juniors and Seniors on October 20th from 7:45-10:45 am in the M-P Library. This is the only time the ASVAB will be offered at MPHS this year. The ASVAB is the most widely used vocational aptitude test in America and is administered in high schools nationwide. Test results are combined with other supportive materials to assist students in determining their career interests, abilities and personal references. Test score interpretation offers information about the world of work and career opportunities by identifying occupations that match the student’s own characteristics. Students do not have to be interested in the military to take this test. If a student is interested in the military, this test is required for entry. Students sign up in the Career Center with Mr. Carpenter.
National Veterans Awareness Week is November 5-11. Organize a veteran to visit your classroom! More at http://5il.co/1y2x @VFWHQ
PSAT/NMSQT: On October 11 Juniors will have the opportunity to take the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. The PSAT/NMSQT will show students where they are in terms of preparation for the SAT as well as possibly identify them for the National Merit Scholarship. This test will take place in the morning, and students who are testing will be excused from your classes during that time. The last day to sign up is October 10. We have a limited number of spots--only the first 75 who sign up will test. To sign up: Pay $16 for the test fee (payable at the cashier’s window). Bring your receipt to Connie Paz in the counseling center. She will add you to the list. Sophomores will have the opportunity to test in the spring.
Attention students: Have you ever wanted to go to the top of the Eiffel Tower? Would you like to be on the historic D-day beaches of Normandy? How about checking out the Mona Lisa? And how would you like to learn how to make your own yummy French pastries? Well now you can! MP students are going to France this summer and would love for you to join us. If you are interested in participating in this one in the lifetime cultural and educational experience, come see Madame Huvé in room EB5 to get more information about our upcoming meeting. This is not a district-sponsored event but is open to all M-P students.
High school students! Be a voice of democracy. Show your patriotism and enter for a chance to win $30k! Details and an application at http://5il.co/1y2y
M-P Student handbook is posted in menu/documents/student form. Students received the 2017.18 student handbook on 9/13.
Another big thank you to Victor and Malia for ensuring #MSD25 has a more inclusive stadium for everyone in our community to enjoy! We are incredibly proud of you! Check out their story on KOMO 4 TV here: https://youtu.be/kLmnUSyyu_g
The 2017-18 MP Bell Schedule has been updated: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/85329/2017-18_MP_Bell_Schedules__1_.pdf
Freshmen orientation night at MP on Thursday, August 31st from 6-7:30 PM. Join us in the auditorium for an informal presentation, school tours, and ice cream!
Student schedules are available online through Student and Family Access. If you need to request a schedule change, please download and complete the Schedule Change Form Sem 1. Schedules will be picked up on the first day of school as well. Form: http://5il.co/1tce
Marysville Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps is showing Beauty and the Beast on Thursday, August 24 from 7:30 - 11 p.m. outside of the OC building at Marysville Pilchuck High School. Admission is free, but be sure to bring your own chairs and blankets. NJROTC boosters will be selling popcorn, hot dogs, drinks, candy, etc. Be sure to wear your Beauty and the Beast costumes. There will be a contest for those who are 3-15.
Student Parking Pass required prior to parking on campus. Please download the form and bring to Check In August 21st or 22nd. The pass is free! click here: http://5il.co/1p77
Attention new cadets and anyone interested in NJROTC! Orientation days run from Monday, August 14 - Thursday, August 17. The Marysville Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps is a district program focused on citizenship and leadership with an emphasis on employability skills! RSVP to Kathleen_Wilde@msd25.org or 360-965-2131.