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At Marietta’s regularly scheduled meeting of the board of education on Monday night, May 6, the board considered several things. The first item for consideration was a presentation from Keystone Food Services representatives regarding a food service program.
“Although our cafeteria runs very efficiently we can see where a food service program could be beneficial to us, especially considering they take over most of the ever-changing and often overwhelming paperwork that goes with nutritional and financial coding required by the state and federal governments,” said Superintendent Brandi Naylor.
Naylor did stress that because of the cost of the program, it would have to be put out for competitive bids if the decision is made to use a food service program.
Please take a moment to read the entire board article by Joani Hartin.
To recognize the lasting contribution that teachers make to their students, National Teacher Appreciation Week is observed annually the first full week in May. In celebration of National Teacher Appreciation Week and to honor their teachers, the administrators, parents, and students at Marietta Public Schools planned activities for the week.
On Monday, teachers district wide received an umbrella printed with the school’s logo. “We think that we have a group of teachers to be proud of, and we want them to know how much we appreciate them. This is just a small gift to show our gratitude for their dedication and hard work,” said Superintendent Brandi Naylor.
Please read Joani Harten's full National Teacher Appreciation Week article for additional details.
Saturday, May 4 in Catoosa, Oklahoma was a good day to be a Marietta Indian. In May of 2018, Marietta High School’s boys track team ended a 37-year drought by winning the state championship. On Saturday, at the class 3A state meet, they did it again. And to make the day just a little sweeter, the girls team won third.
“We are so proud of our kids,” said Athletics Director Jared Messer. “They train hard all year, and it’s great to see that hard work pay off.”
On Friday, the meet had experienced a weather delay with some lightning and torrential rain in the area. Events were finally resumed, though rain stoppage was iffy at best. “The pouring rain was definitely not fun to run in, but I knew the weather was the same for everyone, so I just didn’t let myself think about it,” said Lady Indian Mandy Sykora. Saturday’s skies dawned sunny and blue. It was just that kind of day. A good day to be an Indian.
Please take a moment to read the entire State Champs article by Joani Hartin.
Stewart Signs with Naval Academy
by Public Information Officer Joani Hartin
Thursday, April 18 at 9:00 a.m. marked the culmination of months of hard work for one Marietta High School senior. Trace Stewart, with family, friends, school personnel, and many other visitors in attendance, and with Bob Bates, liaison from the Naval Academy looking on, signed his letter of intent to attend the Naval Academy Preparatory School.
Please take a moment to read the entire article by Joani Hartin.
The Marietta Special Olympics team, coached by Hope Willis, took to the field on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 in Durant’s multi-sports complex for the Area Track and Field events.
Members of the team competed in events from walks to runs to long jump to turbo jav and softball throw. All six of the athletes qualified to compete in the state games in Stillwater in May. Please read Joani Harten's full article for additional details.