Marion Senior High
Mike Davidson, Principal
Rick Blevins, Assistant Principal
Gabe Long, Athletic Director
848 Stage Street
Marion, VA 24354
The MSHS Boys Swim Team wins Region 2A West
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Come hang out with us for an hour or so in order to receive beneficial information: identifying needs vs. wants, planning early for the future, building a budget to control your money, control spending with a spending plan, and how to build credit wisely and avoiding debt among many other resourceful topics. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL ON MARCH 20TH!
This is our annual “Life & Learning” Experience/Parent Event. If you have not participated in an outside event this school year then you MUST attend to even be considered for the fun trips that will be offered during the summer.
Marion Senior High School Agriculture Department will host open shop each Monday and Tuesday from February 24th – March 25th. Please contact Charles DeBord at 276-783-4731 extension 4427 or email@example.com for more information.
The Marion Senior High School Forensics Team won the inaugural Southern Empire Conference 39 Forensics Championship at Grayson County High School on February 20. Fourteen members of the 16 member team advance to the Region 2A-West Tournament on March 1.
The MSHS Hurricane Players won the inaugural Region 2A West Theatre Festival November 9th at Virginia High School. The ensemble received four out of four first place rankings with an average score of 98/100. The competitors were Central High, Graham High, Randolph-Henry, Gate City, James River, Appomattox, and Floyd County. Sophomore Daisy Sturgill was chosen Best Actress. Branika Scott received an Outstanding Actress award. The company is performing At the Bottom of Lake Missoula, a serious-dramatic one-act by Ed Monk. They will compete at the VHSL State Theatre Festival on December 2, at Monticello High School in Charlottesville.
Parent pickup is in front of the old Marion Intermediate School.
Assignments and other important information will be posted on teacher web pages. Parents and students should check these sites often. If a student is absent, you may refer to the web page, but always check with the teacher for missed assignments. Please click here to view these pages, or click on "Faculty & Staff" on the menu bar above.
|My School Bucks|
In order to better serve our parents and community, Smyth County Schools Food Service Program has invested in a web-based cafeteria application called My School Bucks. This application enables parents/guardians to view their child's lunch account status, including account balance, meals eaten, and a la carte/extra items purchased. Parents will also be able to make online payments. There is no charge to view a student account status; however, the company does charge $2.50 to process each online payment. To create an account, click the My School Bucks link above. You will need your child's six-digit cafeteria ID number to complete the account setup. Registration is free. New students will receive their cafeteria ID number at the time of registration or on the first day of school.
Please take some time to review these practice items with your child.
|View a narrated demonstration with examples of various technology-enhanced item types that appear on the spring 2012 Mathematics SOL tests. These new SOL tests may consist of approximately 10 to 15% technology-enhanced items.|
Anyone interested in ordering MSHS apparel such as sweat shirts, tee-shirts, etc. , can order from MyLocker. To visit the web site, please click here or click on the ad below.