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Red Ribbon Week is almost here!

Posted on Oct. 23 2014 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
McCulloch Junior High School will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week from Oct. 27 through 31 to encourage students to make healthy choices and stay drug-free.


Each day will have a theme, which will include classroom discussion topics and dress-up categories — and prizes will be awarded! Awards for the best-dressed scholars will be awarded during fourth period classes Monday through Thursday. There will also be awards for the best-dressed staffer each of those days as well. Here's a look at the themes:
  • Monday: Love Yourself, Live Drug-Free. All scholars and staff are encouraged to dress in red from head to toe!
  • Tuesday: Real Heroes are Drug-Free. Join the fight against drugs. You can be a hero and save a life by encouraging your friend to be drug-free. All scholars and staff are encouraged to wear camouflage, patriotic gear (red, white, blue), or clothing representing a branch of the military.
  • Wednesday: Wild About Being Drug-Free. All scholars and staff are encouraged to wear animal or animal print clothing and/or accessories, or wild/crazy color clothing and/or accessories.
  • Thursday: Catch the Wave to a Drug-Free Life. All scholars and staff are encouraged to wear their most tropical outfit (like Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts, leis, flip-flops, etc. NOTE: NO tank tops without a covering. Grass skirts MUST have shorts or pants under them.)
  • Friday: My Character Counts, I'm Drug-Free. Display TRUSTWORTHINESS, RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY, FAIRNESS, CARING, and CITIZENSHIP by saying NO to drugs. All scholars and staff are encouraged to wear character gear (like Disney, Pixar, Marvel, cartoons, etc.)
In addition to the dress-up days, there will also be a banner/poster competition among the fourth-period classes. All classes will get to design an Anti-Drug / "Natural High" banner or poster, and one winning class will be chosen in each grade on Friday morning. The winning classes will get to enjoy a popcorn party on Friday!

We hope everyone will join in the fun, but we also hope that putting the spotlight on this important topic will help you make healthy choices for your own life and your future!

YOU'RE INVITED: 'A Night at the Movies' show is this weekend!

Posted on Oct. 06 2014 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
The Choral Department's "Opening Night: A Night at the Movies" is this Saturday, and you are invited to come join in the fun!

"Opening Night" is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11, in the Walton Performing Arts Center at Marion High School. The show will feature songs from movies throughout the 20th and 21st centuries.

Tickets are on sale now at the front desk of MHS! The cost is $8 for adults, $5 for students. Tickets will also be available the night of the show at the Walton Center box office.

The choral department is excited to also highlight the changes happening in the choral program this year. Opening Night will be the first opportunity for audiences to see these changes:
  • 26th Street Innovations is now a 44-member troupe with the ability to have multiple small groups from within it.
  • Concert Choir is now an all-girls singing group.
  • Also, the choral department will introduce Virtuoso, a 11-member a cappella troupe to the stage.
YOU are invited to come out and see how things continue to grow and change in the Marion High School Choral Department!

>> Are you going? Share it with your friends! Click here to RSVP on our Facebook event page.

YOU'RE INVITED: Watch the Marching Giants for FREE on Tuesday, 10/7!

Posted on Oct. 03 2014 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
The Marching Giants have made quick progress and found much success this season, their first competition season in nearly a decade. Now YOU have the opportunity to watch the band's award-winning field show for free right here at MHS!
 
 


The Marching Giants perform during a competition at Bluffton High School.
 

The free community performance is set for 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7 at Dick Lootens Stadium. The Marching Giants would like to invite all Marion Community families, staff, and the entire community to come out and enjoy the show! 
 
This is a chance for the band to say THANK YOU to the whole community for the amazing support they've had as they returned to the ranks of competitive marching band. We hope to see you there!
 
>> Are you going? Share with your friends! Click here to RSVP on our Facebook event page.

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