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HOMECOMING EVENTS


HOMECOMING 2016 - OCTOBER 3RD – OCTOBER 8th

THEME - VINTAGE HOLLYWOOD

 

MONDAY         Movie Star Monday (Dress as your favorite movie star)

TUESDAY          Tandem Tuesday (Dress as movie duos, such as Danny Zucco & Sandra Dee)

WEDNESDAY   Whimsical Wednesday (Dress as Sci-Fi, fantasy, wizards, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings)

THURSDAY       Terror Thursday (Dress up as a villain or monster)

FRIDAY             MHS SPIRIT DAY

 

HOMECOMING PEP RALLY – Friday, October 7, 11:15am – 12:00pm

HOMECOMING PARADE – Friday, October 7th, 1:00pm – 2:00pm, Knight’s Key to 53rd Street

HOMECOMING GAME & HALFTIME FESTIVITIES – Friday, October 7, 7:00pm

HOMECOMING DANCE – Saturday, October 8, 8:00pm – 12:00am


Ready, Set, College!




The Marathon Chamber of Commerce presents:
Ready, Set, College!
for high school students, parents, and teachers.
Wednesday, October 12
5:30- 7:30pm
FKCC Middle Keys Center
Marathon High School (Room 5211) 900 Sombrero Beach Road
For more information please click here
Sainz Selected for FHSAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

Congratulations, Stevie Sainz!!

Esteban is a multi-sport athlete who has played football and baseball since his freshman year. He also played basketball for a year. A junior in high school, Esteban is involved off the field as well; his extracurricular activities include Relay for Life and the Garbage Committee. As a new member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee, he has goals to continue to improve sportsmanship among student-athletes, and he hopes to make coaches be more involved in their players’ lives.

More information can be found here 
http://www.fhsaa.org/news/2016/0912
 
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Community Service Form

The purpose of the high school community service program is to encourage students to undertake volunteer activities in Monroe County. This program can enhance awareness of community problems and engage students in becoming agents of change. Community service is defined as volunteer hours donated to a selected organization that is non-profit in nature. Students give back to the community by sharing their talents, time and resources. Moreover, completion of minimum numbers of service hours is one requirement of the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program as well as of other scholarships.

Click here to access a Community Service Form.

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