Mariemont Junior High School Daily Announcements

4-28-17 Announcements

April 28, 2017

The Jr. High annual trip to Kings Island is scheduled for Friday, May 19. A parent letter and permission slip with additional information are available in the office (also sent by email on 4/3/17).

A panoramic picture will be taken with the grade 8 class on Tuesday, May 9. Picture order forms will be distributed today, however purchasing a picture is optional. Students who wish to purchase a picture, please bring payment and order form to school on May 9.


Last night the Track and Field team competed in the Taylor JHS Invitational. Outstanding performances were had by all our athletes. Some of the highlights were: Grace Bohl had two personal best times - 1600 (6:38) and 800 (2:57); Sam Beeler - 1600 Champions (5:24);
Jayme Rodriguez - Discus (60'-1 1/2"); Martin Eisenhauer- Long Jump (14'-09") and 400 meter (1:00.37) get under 60!! Garrett McClung- Shot Put (26'-10"); Wyatt Lemay- Pole Vault 7'-6"; Kylie Miller- Pole Vault 5'-0"; Marley Valentine- 800 2:54 and two relay legs (4x100/4x400);
Colin Chen- 800 (2:51) and then ran to start line for heat one of the 200 meter!! Tough competitor!! Girls 4x400 Relay- DeCamp, DeCamp, Young, Valentine (5:06); Boys 4x400 Relay- Beeler, Buck, Howe, Eisenhauer (4:27).


MHS cheer tryouts for all incoming freshman are next week. Clinics are on May 1 and May 5 from 6:30-8 in the main high school gym. At the clinics all the material will be taught and tryouts will be Friday, May 5 after school at the HS. All 8th graders are welcome to join us for clinics and tryout, regardless of if they have cheered or not. Please fill out the MHS cheer tryout packet that can be found under the Cheerleading page on the Mariemont website.


Grade 8 girls interested in joining the high school tennis team
can meet with Coach Spreen TODAY during lunch. Bring your lunch to room 107 for the meeting.

The 17th mile of the Flying Pig Marathon runs thru the Village of Fairfax; and again this year there will be an official Flying Pig Water Station in our community. The water station will be located in front of Mariemont Junior High on Southern Ave between 7 and 12 on Sunday May 5. Any student interested in helping should see the builder’s club website or ask Mr. Willis for details. If you are interested in helping, register by 4/27 for a free flying pig volunteer t-shirt. Please go to www.flyingpigmarathon.com to sign up. Click on the Get Involved link. Then click on Volunteers; at this page click to sign up with a Registered Group - find FAIRFAX GROUP. The password is fairfax (lowercase). Thank you and see you there!

Dear 8th Grade Parents and Guardians, On Tuesday, April 18, we hosted our 8th grade student kickoff for the Mariemont High School Intersession that the high school teachers and other members of our staff have been working on for over a year. Intersession will be offered next May to all 9th, 10th and 11th grade students in the 2017-18 school year. You may recall that Intersession is embedded in Destination 2026, which is the strategic plan to guide the instructional future of the Mariemont City School District. We all understand that learning cannot only happen in the classroom; in fact, the deepest learning often comes from experiences outside of the traditional school day. Intersession is the natural evolution from the experiential learning done through Explorations at the elementary schools and Expeditions at the junior high. Go to this link to find an electronic version of the Intersession guides that were distributed to the 8th graders this afternoon. https://issuu.com/mariemontcityschooldistrict/docs/intersession_guide_2018-final?e=15074230/47182848.
Please sit down with your student and look over the different opportunities available to them. Some of the courses have a cost associated with them while several are free of charge. We ask that your child choose four different courses in order of preference, in case some courses reach maximum capacity or are dropped due to lack of student interest. Please complete this process by going to this link (https://goo.gl/forms/R8trhY31xGurxXGe2) and completing the hard copy on the back page of the Intersession guide that was given to your student today. Students must turn in the hard copy because this is the form that requires both student and parent signatures and we cannot proceed with scheduling Intersession without your approval. Both the online and the hardcopy form must be completed no later than Friday, April 28 and dropped off at the front office of the junior high. Please know that all decisions are final after this date. Other than the travel opportunities, all other payments will be made next school year. We are thrilled to be able to offer these life-changing experiences to our students. Mariemont High School Intersession is an opportunity for our students to explore their passions through inspiring courses, meaningful experienceships and exciting travel opportunities led by high school teachers and staff. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns regarding Intersession. Sincerely, Jim Renner, Principal Mariemont High School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4-26-17 Announcements

April 26, 2017

The Jr. High annual trip to Kings Island is scheduled for Friday, May 19. A parent letter and permission slip with additional information are available in the office (also sent by email on 4/3/17).

MHS cheer tryouts for all incoming freshman are next week. Clinics are on May 1 and May 5 from 6:30-8 in the main high school gym. At the clinics all the material will be taught and tryouts will be Friday, May 5 after school at the HS. All 8th graders are welcome to join us for clinics and tryout, regardless of if they have cheered or not. Please fill out the MHS cheer tryout packet that can be found under the Cheerleading page on the Mariemont website.

Experiencing the Oaks Expedition: A reminder to all students who are with the Oaks expedition this Friday – you must wear long pants and sturdy, closed-toe shoes on your visit. Any student not following this dress code will be unable to attend.

Students in the H2O Fitness & Fun Expedition please remember to bring swim suits, towel & goggles on Friday.

Grade 8 girls interested in joining the high school tennis team can meet with Coach Spreen this Friday during lunch. Bring your lunch to room 107 for the meeting.

The 17th mile of the Flying Pig Marathon runs thru the Village of Fairfax; and again this year there will be an official Flying Pig Water Station in our community. The water station will be located in front of Mariemont Junior High on Southern Ave between 7 and 12 on Sunday May 5. Any student interested in helping should see the builder’s club website or ask Mr. Willis for details. If you are interested in helping, register by 4/27 for a free flying pig volunteer t-shirt. Please go to www.flyingpigmarathon.com to sign up. Click on the Get Involved link. Then click on Volunteers; at this page click to sign up with a Registered Group - find FAIRFAX GROUP. The password is fairfax (lowercase). Thank you and see you there!

Dear 8th Grade Parents and Guardians, On Tuesday, April 18, we hosted our 8th grade student kickoff for the Mariemont High School Intersession that the high school teachers and other members of our staff have been working on for over a year. Intersession will be offered next May to all 9th, 10th and 11th grade students in the 2017-18 school year. You may recall that Intersession is embedded in Destination 2026, which is the strategic plan to guide the instructional future of the Mariemont City School District. We all understand that learning cannot only happen in the classroom; in fact, the deepest learning often comes from experiences outside of the traditional school day. Intersession is the natural evolution from the experiential learning done through Explorations at the elementary schools and Expeditions at the junior high. Go to this link to find an electronic version of the Intersession guides that were distributed to the 8th graders this afternoon. https://issuu.com/mariemontcityschooldistrict/docs/intersession_guide_2018-final?e=15074230/47182848.
Please sit down with your student and look over the different opportunities available to them. Some of the courses have a cost associated with them while several are free of charge. We ask that your child choose four different courses in order of preference, in case some courses reach maximum capacity or are dropped due to lack of student interest. Please complete this process by going to this link (https://goo.gl/forms/R8trhY31xGurxXGe2) and completing the hard copy on the back page of the Intersession guide that was given to your student today. Students must turn in the hard copy because this is the form that requires both student and parent signatures and we cannot proceed with scheduling Intersession without your approval. Both the online and the hardcopy form must be completed no later than Friday, April 28 and dropped off at the front office of the junior high. Please know that all decisions are final after this date. Other than the travel opportunities, all other payments will be made next school year. We are thrilled to be able to offer these life-changing experiences to our students. Mariemont High School Intersession is an opportunity for our students to explore their passions through inspiring courses, meaningful experienceships and exciting travel opportunities led by high school teachers and staff. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns regarding Intersession. Sincerely, Jim Renner, Principal Mariemont High School.

“Iceland, Cooking, Biking, College Visits, Red River Gorge” …so many exciting options but not long to sign up! Pick your intersession course choices and submit them by next Friday. You need TWO submissions:  One: Turn in the back page of the booklet to the front office at the Jr. High with your 4 choices and parent signature. Two: Submit the Google Form link https://docs.google.com/a/mariemontschools.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjo_36xsaO0VKA5saXzqkcB3Dx_S3s20vkzlE7yObP5oOlqQ/viewform?c=0&w=1 You must choose in BOTH formats, the hardcopy form and the online google form. The deadline of Friday April 28th is quickly approaching!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4-25-17 Announcements

April 25, 2017

The Jr. High annual trip to Kings Island is scheduled for Friday, May 19. A parent letter and permission slip with additional information are available in the office (also sent by email on 4/3/17).

Last night the JH track and field team competed in the Finneytown Invitational. The following athletes had outstanding performances: Pole Vault Champion - Wyatt Lemay 7'-6"; 3rd Place Pole Vault- Ben Werdmann; Pole Vault Champion- Kylie Miller 5'-2’; High Jump Champion- Kiersten Souder 4'-6"; High Jump 2nd Place- Avery Messner 4'-4"; High Jump 2nd Place- Griffen Wilner 5'-0"; Shot Put 2nd Place- Jayme Rodriguez 59'-3"; Boys 800 Relay Champions- Mackey, Morgan, Chen, Moore 2:02.53; 800 meter run 2nd Place- Sam Beeler 2:29.9; Boys 1600 Relay 2nd Place- Beeler, Buck, Howe, Eisenhauer 4:23.87. Great job team!

Grade 8 girls interested in joining the high school tennis team can meet with Coach Spreen this Friday during lunch. Bring your lunch to room 107 for the meeting.

Dear 8th Grade Parents and Guardians, On Tuesday, April 18, we hosted our 8th grade student kickoff for the Mariemont High School Intersession that the high school teachers and other members of our staff have been working on for over a year. Intersession will be offered next May to all 9th, 10th and 11th grade students in the 2017-18 school year. You may recall that Intersession is embedded in Destination 2026, which is the strategic plan to guide the instructional future of the Mariemont City School District. We all understand that learning cannot only happen in the classroom; in fact, the deepest learning often comes from experiences outside of the traditional school day. Intersession is the natural evolution from the experiential learning done through Explorations at the elementary schools and Expeditions at the junior high. Go to this link to find an electronic version of the Intersession guides that were distributed to the 8th graders this afternoon. https://issuu.com/mariemontcityschooldistrict/docs/intersession_guide_2018-final?e=15074230/47182848.
Please sit down with your student and look over the different opportunities available to them. Some of the courses have a cost associated with them while several are free of charge. We ask that your child choose four different courses in order of preference, in case some courses reach maximum capacity or are dropped due to lack of student interest. Please complete this process by going to this link (https://goo.gl/forms/R8trhY31xGurxXGe2) and completing the hard copy on the back page of the Intersession guide that was given to your student today. Students must turn in the hard copy because this is the form that requires both student and parent signatures and we cannot proceed with scheduling Intersession without your approval. Both the online and the hardcopy form must be completed no later than Friday, April 28 and dropped off at the front office of the junior high. Please know that all decisions are final after this date. Other than the travel opportunities, all other payments will be made next school year. We are thrilled to be able to offer these life-changing experiences to our students. Mariemont High School Intersession is an opportunity for our students to explore their passions through inspiring courses, meaningful experienceships and exciting travel opportunities led by high school teachers and staff. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns regarding Intersession. Sincerely, Jim Renner, Principal Mariemont High School.

“Iceland, Cooking, Biking, College Visits, Red River Gorge” …so many exciting options but not long to sign up! Pick your intersession course choices and submit them by next Friday. You need TWO submissions:
One: Turn in the back page of the booklet to the front office at the Jr. High with your 4 choices and parent signature. Two: Submit the Google Form link https://docs.google.com/a/mariemontschools.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjo_36xsaO0VKA5saXzqkcB3Dx_S3s20vkzlE7yObP5oOlqQ/viewform?c=0&w=1 You must choose in BOTH formats, the hardcopy form and the online google form. The deadline of Friday April 28th is quickly approaching!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4-24-17 Announcements

April 24, 2017

The Jr. High annual trip to Kings Island is scheduled for Friday, May 19. A parent letter and permission slip with additional information are available in the office (also sent by email on 4/3/17).

Congratulations to the JH track team members on their awesome performance at Thursday evening’s Mariemont JHS Invitational. The following Track and Field athletes had outstanding performances: Beeler, Buck, Howe, Eisenhauer Boys -- 4x400 meter relay Champions - (4:24); Sam Beeler - 1600 meter Champion (5:26); Dewees, Kubicki,
DeCamp, Young - Girls 4x400 meter relay - (5:12); Grace Bohl- 1600 meter (6:57); Henry Buck- 1600 meter (5:41); Natalie Kubicki- Runner up in 400 meter (1:09.8); Martin Eisenhauer - (1:01); Timothy Akagha- 800 meter (2:46); Colin Chen - 800 meter (2:47); Garrett McClung - Discus 80'-08";
Wyatt LeMay - 110 Hurdles (21.95); Kiersten Souders- Runner up in High Jump;
Kylie Miller- High Jump. Great Job to all team members!!!

 

 

Dear 8th Grade Parents and Guardians, On Tuesday, April 18, we hosted our 8th grade student kickoff for the Mariemont High School Intersession that the high school teachers and other members of our staff have been working on for over a year. Intersession will be offered next May to all 9th, 10th and 11th grade students in the 2017-18 school year. You may recall that Intersession is embedded in Destination 2026, which is the strategic plan to guide the instructional future of the Mariemont City School District. We all understand that learning cannot only happen in the classroom; in fact, the deepest learning often comes from experiences outside of the traditional school day. Intersession is the natural evolution from the experiential learning done through Explorations at the elementary schools and Expeditions at the junior high. Go to this link to find an electronic version of the Intersession guides that were distributed to the 8th graders this afternoon. https://issuu.com/mariemontcityschooldistrict/docs/intersession_guide_2018-final?e=15074230/47182848.
Please sit down with your student and look over the different opportunities available to them. Some of the courses have a cost associated with them while several are free of charge. We ask that your child choose four different courses in order of preference, in case some courses reach maximum capacity or are dropped due to lack of student interest. Please complete this process by going to this link (https://goo.gl/forms/R8trhY31xGurxXGe2) and completing the hard copy on the back page of the Intersession guide that was given to your student today. Students must turn in the hard copy because this is the form that requires both student and parent signatures and we cannot proceed with scheduling Intersession without your approval. Both the online and the hardcopy form must be completed no later than Friday, April 28 and dropped off at the front office of the junior high. Please know that all decisions are final after this date. Other than the travel opportunities, all other payments will be made next school year. We are thrilled to be able to offer these life-changing experiences to our students. Mariemont High School Intersession is an opportunity for our students to explore their passions through inspiring courses, meaningful experienceships and exciting travel opportunities led by high school teachers and staff. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns regarding Intersession. Sincerely, Jim Renner, Principal Mariemont High School.

“Iceland, Cooking, Biking, College Visits, Red River Gorge” …so many exciting options but not long to sign up! Pick your intersession course choices and submit them by next Friday. You need TWO submissions:
One: Turn in the back page of the booklet to the front office at the Jr. High with your 4 choices and parent signature. Two: Submit the Google Form link https://docs.google.com/a/mariemontschools.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjo_36xsaO0VKA5saXzqkcB3Dx_S3s20vkzlE7yObP5oOlqQ/viewform?c=0&w=1 You must choose in BOTH formats, the hardcopy form and the online google form. The deadline of Friday April 28th is quickly approaching!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4-20-17 Announcements

April 20, 2017

Attention Power of the Pen members: This is a reminder to report to Mrs. Strall's room after school on TODAY (Thursday) for practice. We will be practicing for the state competition. If you are unable to attend due to play practice, make sure you talk to a coach to make up your writing. Thanks and see you then!

The Jr. High annual trip to Kings Island is scheduled for Friday, May 19. A parent letter and permission slip with additional information are available in the office (also sent by email on 4/3/17).

Order form and money are due to the office by Friday, April 21, for students attending the June 2017 Washington DC trip.

ALL MJHS students are encouraged to submit verification of community service hours (other than MJHS Day of Service activities) to Mrs. Parr. Students who complete 5 or more hours beyond Day of Service are recognized by Mrs. Parr at the Academic Awards Ceremony. Verification can be submitted by completing the google form on the MJHS Community Service webpage.


Experiencing the Oaks Expedition:
A reminder to all students who are with the Oaks expedition this Friday – you must wear long pants and sturdy, closed-toe shoes on your visit. Any student not following this dress code will be unable to attend.

Students in the H2O Fitness & Fun Expedition please remember to bring swim suits, towel & goggles on Friday.

Dear 8th Grade Parents and Guardians, On Tuesday, April 18, we hosted our 8th grade student kickoff for the Mariemont High School Intersession that the high school teachers and other members of our staff have been working on for over a year. Intersession will be offered next May to all 9th, 10th and 11th grade students in the 2017-18 school year. You may recall that Intersession is embedded in Destination 2026, which is the strategic plan to guide the instructional future of the Mariemont City School District. We all understand that learning cannot only happen in the classroom; in fact, the deepest learning often comes from experiences outside of the traditional school day. Intersession is the natural evolution from the experiential learning done through Explorations at the elementary schools and Expeditions at the junior high. Go to this link to find an electronic version of the Intersession guides that were distributed to the 8th graders this afternoon. https://issuu.com/mariemontcityschooldistrict/docs/intersession_guide_2018-final?e=15074230/47182848.
Please sit down with your student and look over the different opportunities available to them. Some of the courses have a cost associated with them while several are free of charge. We ask that your child choose four different courses in order of preference, in case some courses reach maximum capacity or are dropped due to lack of student interest. Please complete this process by going to this link (https://goo.gl/forms/R8trhY31xGurxXGe2) and completing the hard copy on the back page of the Intersession guide that was given to your student today. Students must turn in the hard copy because this is the form that requires both student and parent signatures and we cannot proceed with scheduling Intersession without your approval. Both the online and the hardcopy form must be completed no later than Friday, April 28 and dropped off at the front office of the junior high. Please know that all decisions are final after this date. Other than the travel opportunities, all other payments will be made next school year. We are thrilled to be able to offer these life-changing experiences to our students. Mariemont High School Intersession is an opportunity for our students to explore their passions through inspiring courses, meaningful experienceships and exciting travel opportunities led by high school teachers and staff. Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns regarding Intersession. Sincerely, Jim Renner, Principal Mariemont High School.

“Iceland, Cooking, Biking, College Visits, Red River Gorge” …so many exciting options but not long to sign up! Pick your intersession course choices and submit them by next Friday. You need TWO submissions:
One: Turn in the back page of the booklet to the front office at the Jr. High with your 4 choices and parent signature. Two: Submit the Google Form link https://docs.google.com/a/mariemontschools.org/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdjo_36xsaO0VKA5saXzqkcB3Dx_S3s20vkzlE7yObP5oOlqQ/viewform?c=0&w=1 You must choose in BOTH formats, the hardcopy form and the online google form. The deadline of Friday April 28th is quickly approaching!”

Attention all 8th graders - are you interested in traveling to Iceland during intersession next year? Mrs. Etnier’s Intersession “Iceland Explorations” is traveling to Iceland for 6 days to discover the natural glaciers and geysers in the region. Any 8th grader interested in traveling to Iceland for intersession can attend an informational meeting during lunch today in the library. Bring your lunch and come learn more about this exciting opportunity!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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