• 100% Online Learners Letter- 4/5/21
  • 100% In-Person Learners Letter 4/5/21
  • Permanent Pass Study Hall Form (Quarter 4)
  • TOPS Form for Juniors and Seniors (Quarter 4)
  • Quarter 4 Block Schedule- starting April 5th
  • 100% Odd/Even Calendar Starting April 5th

    The Show Must Go On(line)!

    The Matchmaker

    Tickets are on sale for the family of the cast and crew in the spring play, The Matchmaker.  

    Parents were sent a presale access code in Skyward Messenger and via email to purchase tickets.  No tickets will be sold at the door.  This is a family-only event.  Up to six tickets are available per family, per show.

    Those interested in seeing a live recording of The Matchmaker are invited to purchase a ticket to our Encore Production running April 21st through May 30th.  Tickets are $10.00 for 2-4 people and $15.00 for a watchparty of 5+.  The live recording is compatible with SMART TV's, handheld devices and laptops.  Once the link is opened, it is valid for 24 hours.  

    To access tickets for both the family show and the live recording, please go to: marshfieldhsboxoffice.com

  • Friday, March 12th, 2021
    Greetings Tiger Families,
    We are quickly approaching the end of Quarter 3 and the start of the final quarter of the 2020-21 school year.  As we start the 4th quarter, we are looking at reopening the High School and Middle School to 100% capacity for every day learning on Monday, April 5th.  The conditions at the secondary buildings will be monitored over the next couple of weeks before finalizing a decision and sharing details confirming the shift to every day in-person instruction.  The High School will continue to use an alternating day schedule and maintain the current Reinforcement Days.  Final information including any changes to the schedule will be made by Friday, March 26th.  We ask for your continued patience as changes to the lunch and daily schedules, as well as communication regarding these changes, need to take place prior to April 5th.  
    With the reopening to a 100% model, we intend to revert to holding Early Bird classes during their traditional times at 7:00am-7:45am Monday through Friday.  Additionally, we intend to move our current Hour 0 to the end of the day.  If students qualify for the extended study hall pass based on academic performance and attendance, families may allow their student to be dismissed during Hour 0 after any ACP lesson.  We intend to implement practices to allow classroom teachers to spend additional time with students as they transition back to full-time attendance and more rigorous learning expectations.
    We will continue to allow students into the academic wing at 7:40am and expect all students to exit the building by 3:15pm, as well as maintain one-way traffic in the hallways.  Lockers will not be assigned.  Students will be asked to put backpacks/belongings under their desk during instructional time.  Please note, though our intent is to reopen to a 100% model, we will adhere to all safety mitigation practices as best as possible, including, and most importantly, the requirement to wear a mask.  However, at this time we do not intend for the school to sponsor activities allowing close proximity such as dances or other social activities where large masses of students would congregate.  
    The one area the reopening requires us to change current practice will be managing our lunchrooms.  We will revert to the traditional use of cafeteria tables in the 100% model.  This will put students in closer proximity during their lunch.  To partially help mitigate this concern, we intend to reopen our TOPS Program for Seniors and Juniors in good academic standing to take advantage of this off-campus privilege during their lunch and study hall hours.  We will provide more information to students on this along with required forms over the next two weeks.  
    Students in good standing may continue utilizing the 100% virtual option.  All other students will be expected to attend in person 100% of the time as required by state statutes.  Parents of students in good academic standing who request their child be moved to the 100% virtual model, are asked to contact Kristi Kvernen at kvernenk@marshfieldschools.org or (715) 387-8464 ext. 4201, no later than Friday, March 19th.  As in previous years, parents will be expected to call in their child’s absence when they are not in attendance.  Families, please be cognizant of the number of excused and unexcused absences your student has accumulated as this will help ensure there are no issues with truancy to end the school year.  
    Finally, above is the updated calendar starting April 5th.  We will have more information coming out regarding graduation plans, cap and gown distribution, seniors last day and graduation practice.  Again, we appreciate your patience and support during these challenging and disruptive times. 
    MHS Administration
  • Congratulations to Ms. Varsho on being named a Crystal Apple Teacher of Distinction!

    Crystal Apple Award Winner- Ms. Varsho

    Congratulations to Mrs. Mahoney on being named a Crystal Apple Teacher of Distinction!

    Crystal Apple Award Winner- Mahoney


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    1401 E Becker Road Marshfield, WI 54449

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