Congratulations to November Elementary Student of the Months: 3rd grade, kneeling: Logan Rodriguez, Anali Barron, Mallory Robertson, Austin Chea. 4th Grade, on bench: Justice Jones, Rogelio Rueda Estrada, Nathalie Sanchez Salas, David Reyes. 5th Grade, standing: Andy Gomez, Karrington Staton, William Watson, Asael Barrientos-Garcia.
Due to COVID regulations and spacing in our cafeteria, Marietta School Cafeteria will not be offering a Thanksgiving meal for parents/family visitors this year. We hope to resume this tradition next year.
A reminder that any student that is on quarantine or distance learning can still receive free breakfast or lunch. Meals to go are available during these times: Breakfast 7:15 am to 9:45 am and Lunch 10:45 t0 12:30.
Marietta Family, Due to increased positive cases of COVID, Marietta High School will transition to distance learning beginning tomorrow, Friday, November 13th. This is only for the high school site. All other sites will remain in person at this time and buses will run as scheduled. High school students will return to in person learning after Thanksgiving break on November 30th. The safety of our staff and students is our number one priority and we are monitoring the cases closely. Thank you for supporting our efforts in this unprecedented time. Thank you, Brandi Naylor Superintendent
If you are a veteran, either active duty, retired, reserve or national guard, The OSSAA would like to invite you to attend the first round of the football playoffs for free! That’s right, all veterans and one guest will be admitted free of charge onThursday, November 12th and Friday November 13th to all OSSAA first round football games. The OSSAA appreciates the sacrifices of all veterans, and hopes you will take advantage of this opportunity. Simply show your Military ID card, or driver’s license that shows your military status at the gate this Thursday or Friday, and you and a guest will be omitted free of charge. See you at the game, and thank you for your service! Marietta's first round playoff game is Thursday, November 12th at 7:00 pm at Community Christian school in Norman.
Elementary parents: If your student did not come home with their cookie dough yesterday it is because the packages were too large for them to try and transport home. Please stop by the office today to pick-up.
Reminder for elementary parents that tomorrow is cookie dough delivery. Available for pick-up at noon.
Parents, Picture retakes will be Tuesday November 3rd in the primary gym and the high school library. Have a happy and safe Halloween!
Congratulations to Micaela Sanchez, she is Marietta high school's STAR educator for October. Mrs. Sanchez is glue that binds the whole school together. She is hard worker and goes above and beyond for all of the students and as the secretary she helps, in one way or another, everyone! Congratulations!!!
Elementary Great Education Matters winner for 1st Quarter, congratulations to Maverick McClendon, Special Education Instructor and Virtual Instruction Coach. Comments made about Mr. McClendon include, great attitude, always prepared, goes above and beyond for the students, and always willing to help in any way.
Show your Elementary school spirit and wear your class T-shirt on Friday, tomorrow!
Congratulations to the following Marietta 4-H members who placed in the 4-H virtual character contest on October 13. In the Jr. Historical division receiving grand champion and a blue ribbon was Kynzlee Frazier as Clara Barton and receiving reserved grand and a blue ribbon was Kylie Frazier as Esther from the Bible. In the Sr. pop culture division receiving grand champion and a blue ribbon was Emily Faulkenberry as Zendaya.
Middle School progress reports and pictures will come home with your child today, Thursday, October 22. Be on the lookout for these items.
Primary School Parents: We can’t wait to see our students tomorrow! Don’t forget to send back any Chromebook, Hotspots, and/or Paper Packets to school with your child tomorrow! Thanks! 😊
Looking forward to seeing our student's back on campus tomorrow. Last day of distance today and return to school tomorrow, 10-22!
To clarify any confusion about Friday nights football game at Marlow, our Marietta high school football team WILL play Friday,October 23rd at 7:30 pm. The middle school game scheduled for tomorrow against Tishomingo is cancelled. If you have any questions, please call the high school at 580-276-3204
Yearbook Senior Ad forms are due October 30th. This form will reserve your seniors ad in the yearbook. pictures and a note are due before Christmas Break. If you need the senior yearbook ad form emailed to you please contact Lindsey Ramon at lramon@mariettaisd. org. School photos will be distributed to your child by this Friday , October 23rd. Picture Retake day has been rescheduled for November 3rd.
8th GRADE PARENTS - the family night scheduled for tonight, Monday, October 12 is postponed until further notice.
Primary School Parents-your child’s teacher contacted you today to let you know what to expect for distance learning. If they asked you to pick up a packet or if you need to check out a Chromebook, you may do so between 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. on Monday, October 12 & Tuesday, October 13. Please make sure you are signed up with your child’s classroom See Saw App to stay connected! If you have any questions, please call the office at 276-4494. Thank you! 😃
Good morning! Our first day of distance learning is about to get started. Although we’d much rather be in school, we will all get through this together! Be looking for more information today from your child’s site & teachers on how to be successful in distance learning. Our staff that are not currently quarantined are on campus so if you have questions you can call or email. Thank you for your understanding!
Marietta High school students, during this time of distance learning your teachers will need to have Zoom/Google meets sessions with you. To avoid any confusion, your teachers will send a link to you via your school email. This link will stay open all day. You will need to log in during the time you would normally have that class. Remember, your teachers will be taking grades on these assignments.
Have you ever dreaded parent-teacher conference because, let's just be honest, after working all day you would rather be at home in your p.j.s? Well great news! This year that's exaclty how you can get an update on your student's progress. Virtual P-T conferences will be held by phone for all campuses on Monday evening from 3:30 to 9:00 p.m. Schedule yours today!
It truly takes a village in times like these and we are so thankful for the generous donations we have received to help us keep our students and staff safe and healthy. This latest donation is from Michelin. They graciously donated a huge amount of reusable & disposable masks, lanyards to help kids keep up with their masks, gallons of hand sanitizer with pumps, a backpack fogger for sanitizing buildings/surfaces & a temperature screener to be placed at the entrance of the high school. Thank you, Michelin, for supporting our school!
Parents-Don’t forget! We will dismiss school one hour early at 2:00 tomorrow because the Homecoming Parade will begin at 3:00. Buses will run one hour earlier than normal. If you have any transportation changes for your child, please notify the school office before 12:00. Thank you!
Marietta family, if you ordered a homecoming t-shirt, they will be be handed out during school on Friday, October 2nd.
All campuses dismissing at 2:00 p.m. tomorrow so that students and staff can attend the homecoming parade downtown at 3:00 p.m.! See you there!
FCCLA participates in virtual LEAD Conference Marietta High School’s FCCLA officers participated in the virtual FCCLA LEAD Conference on September 17. Although COVID-19 has put a damper on large gatherings, the state FCCLA office has been working to provide opportunities to members across the state. Officers taking part in the conference were Isabella Salas-Garcia, Vice President of Membership, left; JeanVasquez, Vice President of Public Relations; Maverick Mansfield, Vice President of STAR Events; Joselin Sanchez, Vice President of Community Service; and Yaslin Sanchez, First Vice President.
Congratulations to Marietta Elementary first Student's of the Month. Winners for September include: 1st row (kneeling): Allison Santibanez, Ashley Carreon Morales, Kynzlee Frazier, Raelyn Vazquez 2nd row (seated): Betsey Miller, Kylie Frazier, Kaelynn Wilkinson, Delilah Goff 3rd row (standing): Zashira Rivera-Fuentes, Kenley Hallum, Aycee Dudley, Bailey Lane
Marietta’s Wilbert Salas, left, and Wyatt Vinson compete in the Oklahoma Runner Classic in Norman on Saturday, September 19. Racing against the state’s elite cross country teams, many from 5A and 6A schools, Marietta’s Indians finished seventh in the run, while the girl’s team finished third. (Photo by Charles Brown)
Lady Indians’ second baseman Lexi Spears covers first base for the out after a bunt was laid down to first baseman D.J. Perez. Marietta lost Monday’s contest to Madill in extra innings, 9-8. “The girls played really hard,” said Coach Sara Gore. “Coming off quarantine has been hard on them, but they fought hard. I was really proud of them.” (Photo by Charles Brown)
The elementary cookie dough fundraiser is about to wrap up. Parents, it's very helpful if you will review the cookie order sheet and verify it matches with the money your student's have collected before it is turned into the office. Ensure that all orders are legible and that the top portion of the order form has been completed.
The high school football game scheduled for this Friday, September 25th has been canceled due to COVID concerns related to the Fredrick football team.
Huge shout out and thank you to Michael Rhyne and Indian Nation Wholesale of Durant for the donation of twenty cases of water and snacks for Marietta Primary. Since students can't access water fountains during the day and sometimes forget their water bottles at home this will help keep our students hydrated.
Marietta football fans, next Friday is homecoming. If you would like to purchase a homecoming shirt, there is an order form attached with this message. The shirts come In three colors: charcoal, antique jade or violet. There will be a limited number of colors and sizes for sale at the game next Friday, so get yours ordered and avoid disappointment of us not having the shirt you want!
Marietta football fans, the time for tonights game is incorrect on the schedule. The game starts at 7:00 pm, not 7:30. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Elementary has school pictures on Wednesday, Sept. 9. Order forms went home last week. Bring your smile!
Little Indian Runners will not meet on Wednesdays from now on. Practice will only be on Mondays. They have a meet at Plainview today-bus leaves at 3:30 from the cafeteria.
Primary School Parents: Don’t forget Primary Student yearbook pictures are tomorrow! They should have received a picture order form in their class folder last week. 😃
Just a reminder no school tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 4 as well as Monday, Sept. 7. We hope you have a safe and enjoyable Labor Day and remember to observe social distancing practices.
Thank you for your patience. At this time, telephone communications have been restored.
Unless weather changes there will be Little Indian Running Club practice today after school.
The high volume of rain yesterday has impacted the school's phone system. AT&T has been contacted and is working to resolve the issue. If you need to contact the school immediately please use our general email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yearbook photos will take place on the following days. September 8th - PK-2nd Grade September 9th - 3rd - 5th Grade September 9th 11:35AM High School gym - Virtual Students September 10th - Middle School and High School Retakes will be on October 20th. Order forms have been sent homewith the students, if you did not receive one, please call Legacy Photography 580-224-1867
Due to weather forecast we are cancelling our little runners meet at Legacy Park today and no practice today.
Important announcement for Marietta Public School. Masks will be mandated for all Marietta Public School students beginning on Monday, August 31st. Students are strongly encouraged to begin wearing a mask at school as soon as possible. Reusable masks are available to give to students at each site. More info was emailed to the parent default email as well. Call your child's site at 276-9444 if you have any questions.
Unfortunately, we have had another notification of a confirmed positive case in our Marietta Primary School family. This case appears to be unrelated to the previously reported case. Per our protocol, the students and/or staff members affected have been contacted. If you did not or do not receive a call from your school or from the health department, your child has not been identified as being in close contact. We will continue to follow all proper sanitation practices and guidance from the CDC and the Health Department. Thank you for your patience and support during this unprecedented time. We will continue to post information as appropriate and necessary. Brandi Naylor Superintendent
Dear Marietta Family, We regret to inform you that we have confirmed that a student at Marietta Middle School has tested positive for COVID after developing symptoms over the weekend. We have shared the requested information with the health department and they have been/will be in contact with parents of students who may be required to quarantine. We are following CDC guidelines and protocols set by the State Department of Health and our school district to decrease any potential spread. Should your child/children start exhibiting COVID related symptoms, it is strongly recommended that you contact their primary care physician or the local health department to have them tested immediately. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact your child's principal at 276-9444 or the Love County Health Department at 276-2531. Sincerely, Brandi Naylor Superintendent
JOM Parents, Due to the safety concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, our meetings this year will be held digitally via Zoom. In order to receive an invite to the meetings and to be notified of updates and important information we will need updated contact information. Please send an email to Mr. Michael Oakley at email@example.com and provide the following information: Student Name: Grade: Tribe: Parent Name: Parent Email: Parent Phone: Our first Zoom meeting with be held on Monday, August 24th @ 3:00p.m.
Middle School campus tour is Wednesday, August 12 from 9-2. All 6th graders and new students are welcome and encouraged to come by. Only 10 students at a time with one parent will be allowed in the building, mask are required. You will receive your schedule at this time. All 7th and 8th grade returning students will get their schedule Thursday morning. We are excited to see you all!!!!
Primary & Elementary Parents...Don’t forget to come get your child’s car tags today or tomorrow from 8:30 AM-2:30 PM in front of the cafeteria. If you have any questions, call our school office! 😊
All Primary and Elementary students will be issued a hanging car tag this year. You will be able to pick these up on Monday, August 10 or Tuesday, August 11 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM in front of the cafeteria. Also, we will have two fun Back to School yard signs set up in front of our school buildings beginning Monday through Wednesday evening next week. Feel free to bring your child so you can take a back to school picture of them!
Online enrollment is closed at this time. If you have not completed this process for your student, please schedule an appointment for Tuesday, August 11, from noon until 6:00 p.m. by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Middle School Campus Tour is available for incoming 6th graders and any new student to the district on Wednesday, August 12. Please see the attached flyer
Please click here for more information on our school re-entry plan: https://www.mariettaisd.org/article/280569?org=marietta-ps
Senior Panel pics start August 6-7th if you did not receive a letter with your time,please email Lindsey Ramon at email@example.com. Also the pictures will take place at the front of the auditorium please park at the Ag building
School phones are still working intermittently. Although you may be able to call in, actual phones on staff desks are still not available. Please be patient as phone calls cannot be returned until all equipment has been repaired
All campuses are experiencing a phone and internet outage. We hope to have it resolved shortly.
Online enrollment will close Monday, August 3. If enrollment is not complete by midnight on this date your student(s) may not be able to start school on August 13. All fees, school equipment and library books must be taken care of prior to accepting the online enrollment. If you are unsure if your student has any outstanding items please call the building secretary. All athletes, 5th through 12th grade, must complete Rank 1 before school starts
If your online enrollment is rejected please contact the site secretary for further information. Remember all fees, school equipment, and library books must be paid/returned before enrollment can be accepted. To reach each site dial 580-276-9444 and follow the voice prompts.
For parents interested in a virtual school option please note your student would still need to be enrolled through the online enrollment process. If you need help with online enrollment please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to discuss virtual school options please reach out to the building principal.
If you ordered a yearbook for the 19-20 school year, they are available to be picked up at the high school office.
Hurry, don't wait until the last minute. Online enrollment open until Monday, August 3. If you need help, didn't get your activation code, or are getting an error message remember to email email@example.com for assistance.
Senior panel pics will take place on August 6-7th. Your child will receive a letter with instructions and their specific date and time for their photo next week. Once you receive the letter and you need to change something or you have questions please call Legacy Photography at 5802241867
Online Enrollment Update - We are hearing from several parents encountering challenges with an error message related to default email. Each phone number, address and email on the primary custodian must be checked as default. You may not see the location to checkmark this information without scrolling down on the screen.
Full Time Virtual Requests If you are planning to request full time virtual instruction for your child(ren) this school year, please email your child(ren)'s site principal as soon as possible. Be sure to include all students' names & grade levels in your email. Pre-K - 2nd grade - firstname.lastname@example.org 3rd - 5th grade - email@example.com 6th - 8th grade - firstname.lastname@example.org 9th - 12th grade - email@example.com
Online enrollment is OPEN! We know that sometimes doing something new can be scary and a little challenging. Don't hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for help. We've attached a Frequently Asked Question list that might be helpful. We are here for you!
Marietta Public Schools utilizes a resource for collecting the proper document to ensure OSSAA eligibility for its athletes. Parents will need to access the website https://mariettapublic.rankonesport.com/ and navigate through the online forms and electronically sign them. These must be completed before your student will be eligible to participate (practice or play) for Marietta Athletics. Thank you for your cooperation and support. If you have any questions please contact Coach Doby at email@example.com ot 580-276-9444.
Online enrollment is go live on Monday. Hopefully you have tested the system and verified you have access to your students. If you have questions or concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be patient as many will be trying to enroll students and there may be lots of questions. We will respond as quickly as possible. Online enrollment will remain open for two weeks. If your student has checked out library books or owes cafeteria fees those must be resolved before the enrollment can be accepted. Marietta school staff use your login that is assigned for employee purposes to access your own students.
Online enrollment opening Monday at 9:00 a.m. Hopefully you have received both your activation email and letter and tested your information to make sure it is all correct. When you access the system on Monday you will see a new icon called Student Records Portal. Click on this link to enter information about your student(s). If you do not see all your children listed please use our email email@example.com and list which students and grade you are not able to access.
Activation letters containing a special activation code, to be used with the activation email sent last week, went in the mail today. With the two pieces of communcation you will be able to logon and enroll all your students at once. If you have not received a letter by the end of the week please use our general mailbox, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and list your student and grade for this year for further help! Going live next week!
Good Evening Marietta Family, It has been a very different summer from any we've ever experienced, but we have used the time given to prepare for a school year that may also look quite different than any before. Knowing that it is the best way to deliver quality education, Marietta Schools is committed to providing face-to-face instruction for the 2020-21 school year in a safe environment for both our students and our staff. We are truly looking forward to school starting on August 13th! As this pandemic has proven to be an ever-changing situation, we are continuing our work with local health officials and our amazing staff on specific plans that will allow us to do everything feasible to keep our schools healthy and fully operational while providing a positive learning environment for our students. More specific plans will be released in early August so that we can make the most informed decisions based on the facts at that time, while giving parents and staff time to prepare accordingly. To avoid unnecessary face-to-face contact, enrollment will be fully online this year. If you have not received a parent activation email, please email email@example.com to update your information or contact your child’s site. Please include the names of all students and grade levels in the email. Online enrollment will be open soon! All cafeteria charges, library fees, etc. must be paid in order to finalize enrollment. By default, all students will be enrolled as usual in the traditional in-person model; This typical educational model is what we believe to be the most effective means of educating our students; however, we realize that this model may not meet the unique needs of every child. For this reason, we are also working to finalize plans to offer a full-time virtual instructional model for qualifying students who will commit to at least a full semester of attending fully online. Parents need to notify their child(ren)’s site principal as soon as possible if they plan to request full-time virtual. There will be no school supply lists issued for Marietta Schools. All school supplies will be provided by the district for grades Pre-K through 8th grade again this year. We continue to do this as a service to the community and to help limit sharing of supplies. We unfortunately anticipate disruptions to our school year including the need for short and potentially long term closures due to COVID-19. Notice regarding closures and other important information will be communicated via our Marietta Public School app, Facebook page and automated call/text system. In case of necessary school closure, our teachers and staff will be prepared to move fluidly from in-person to online instruction at a moment's notice. To help facilitate online learning, devices are available to be issued to every student and hotspots will be available to enable internet access at home. We have also increased our WiFi capabilities to allow access from parking areas on campus after hours and during closures for those with limited reception in their area. More information regarding devices and free WiFi will be available in the online enrollment documents and our return to school plan released in early August. Teachers will begin showing students how to navigate the devices and the learning platforms during the first days of school and much of the in-person instruction will incorporate online learning where feasible so that transitions will be more effective. Bus transportation will be available for students for the 2020-21 school year; however, social distancing on bus routes will be a challenge. We will assign siblings to seats together when possible and windows will be down to allow increased air flow. Buses will be sanitized after each route. We ask that if you have the ability to transport your child(ren) to and/or from school that you please do so to decrease crowding on buses. Other ways we plan to protect our staff and students include frequent sanitation of classrooms & buildings, temperature screenings and encouraging voluntary mask usage. Any formal decisions regarding wearing masks will be made based on advice/mandates from state and local health officials and will be in the final district plan in August. Although we have stocked up over the summer, the district’s supply of disposable masks will be depleted quickly and it is impossible to know if more will be available. If at all possible, please be prepared to provide a mask(s) for your child to wear and practice wearing them often. Talk to your child about the importance of social distancing and proper hand washing. And as always, please do not send your child to school if they are feeling unwell or exhibiting symptoms of illness. This year will no doubt be difficult and challenging to say the least, but with your help and patience we will navigate through this uncharted territory as smoothly as possible. Our final plan, which will answer more specific questions, will be released the first week of August. Until then, be sure you have downloaded the school app and have updated your email address for enrollment. Thank you for sharing your children with us! Brandi Naylor Superintendent
Did you get your parent access activation email? If not, contact the school at firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure they have a current email address on file. Next week in the mail you will receive your activation code to complete the process. Online enrollment open soon!
All yearbooks will be located at the high school office and can be picked up Monday - Thursday . We have few extras if you need to purchase one
Please post this Yearbooks will be distributed on Tuesday, June 30th between 10:00am-Noon in front of the high school. You will need to have a photo ID with you in order to pick up your yearbook.
For this morning’s graduation, we will not be allowing people into the stadium until 9:30. Also, all people planning to attend graduation need to park in the elementary parking lot. Only handicapped or disabled attendees will be able to park at the stadium.
Marietta Seniors : Yearbooks will be distributed tomorrow during graduation rehearsal. If you have not paid for one please bring a check or cash in the amount of $65.
Prom is at the Harper/Copper Room in Ardmore. The address is 119 A St SE Ardmore, OK 73401 (Across the street from Cafe Alley). Students are to park in the lot behind Caddo street barbecue. Students are to line up on the sidewalk to the north side of the building at 7:15. Spectators please be mindful of social distancing. Promanade will start at 7:30 and prom will last until 2 a.m. please have your tickets.
Parents and students, with graduation happening this Saturday at 10:00 am, we wanted to make sure everyone is aware of some procedures will we have in place for the ceremony. First, if you have been sick, or are feeling sick, please do not attend. Graduation will be live streaned on the internet by KICM. Secondly, If you come to graduation we are requesting that you wear a mask. We will be passing out masks at both entrances to the stands. We will also have hand sanitizer available. You can wear your own mask if you choose. Third, please keep as much space as possible between your group and others. We will have every other row closed so to keep distance between each other. Each senior is given 10 tickets for their families. If you do not have a ticket and still want to come, you will be able to sit along the fence line of the track. Graduation practice is Friday (tomorrow) at 10:00 am, ALL SENIORS NEED TO BE THERE!
Due to construction & preparation for graduation at the football field, the gate will be locked after 5:00 pm on weekdays & all weekend for the next few weeks. The track will be not be available for use when the gates are locked. Thank you for your patience!
This is a reminder of upcoming events Marietta High school will be having during the week of June 22nd thru June 27th. Marietta High school scholarship night will be June 23rd at 6:00 pm in the high school auditorium. Marietta high school prom will be held at the Harper Copper room in Ardmore June 25th, promenade begins at 7:30 pm and prom begins at 8:00 pm. Marietta high school graduation will be held on June 27th at 10:00 am at McLain field (weather permitting).
Just a reminder that grab & go pick up of meals is still available at the cafeteria from 9:00-1:00 on Mondays & Wednesdays with multiple days of food handed out at a time. All students regardless of income are eligible to pick up meals. Contact Wendy Birks at email@example.com with any questions.
Parents , for information and updates about Marietta Athletics, please checkout the Marietta Indians athletic Facebook page.
Parents and students, there will be a fall sports meeting this Friday May 29th at 7:00 pm. in the high school gymnasium. Please try to attend if possible. Please only one parent per athlete to observe social distancing. Coaches will be there to answer questions about the upcoming summer workouts. If you have any questions, please call the High school at 580-276-3204
Good afternoon parents and guardians! This is a reminder that all computers, chargers, textbooks, library books and any other items that belong to the school need to be checked in at this time. All building offices are open 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday thru Thursday. We will be closed on Memorial Day. In order to be enrolled for next school year, all items checked out will have to be returned. Call your child's building if you have any questions or need to make other arrangements. Thank you!
Senior Spotlight Mandy Page Sykora Mandy is the 17 year old daughter of Brent and Tina Sykora and the granddaughter of the Peggy Sykora and late Charles Sykora and the late Wayne and late Joyce Varner. During her time at Marietta High School , Mandy has been involved in Cross Country, Track, Basketball, Bowling, National Honor Society, Student Council, Yearbook, FCA, 4-H and FFA. She has received many awards including KXII A+ Student Athlete, Superintendent's Honor Roll, Marietta High School Student Body President, Oklahoma Girls State Delegate (2019), Oklahoma Youth Tour Delegate (2019), 3x Cross Country Team State Champions, 5x Individual Cross Country and Track and Field State Champion. During her free time she enjoys running, cooking, and games with family and friends. She attends Shady Dale Baptist Church and her future plans include attending Arkansas Tech University as a student athlete on the women's cross country and track and field team and studying Digital Marketing and Business Management. Images are copyright of Legacy Photography. Images not to be saved, printed, or distributed.
Senior Spotlight Seth Lemar Brown Seth is the 18 year old son of Charles Lemar Brown and Susan Mischelle Brown and the grandson of Charles C. Brown and Carolyn Brown and Winston and Sue Warthen. While attending Marietta High School, Seth has been involved in Baseball, Student Council, and FFA. He has received the following awards and honors Superintendent’s Honor Roll (2016-2019),Small Animal Production FFA award (2016-2017),Lake Country All Conference, Defensive Player of the Year Award (2019), Student Of the Month for October (2019) and Tulsa State Champion in FFA Exhibit Reconditioned Machinery and Equipment. During his free time he enjoys video games, spending time with friends and puzzles. He attends All Faith Church in Marietta, OK and he plans to attend Southeastern State University and earn a bachelor’s degree.
We would like to thank Valarie with Legacy Photography for allowing us to use our senior pictures to honor our 2020 Graduates.
Senior Spotlight Makinley Jade VanBeber Makinely is the 18 year old daughter of Kari and Chip VanBeber and the granddaughter of Sherry and Phil Cail Brenda and Francis VanBeber. While attending Marietta High School, Makinely has been involved in Art, Choir, FCCLA, FFA, Cheer and Softball. She received the following awards, FFA State Champion, National Honor Society and All Ardmorite Cheer Team. During her free time she enjoys going to the lake, hanging out with friends, reading and jamming out to music. Her future plans are to get a job , get an apartment and take online classes while working full time.
Senior Spotlight Kaelyn Marie Dobbins Kaelyn is the 17 year old daughter of Chris and Jennifer Dobbins and the granddaughter of Smokey and Pam Dobbins and Jim and Tammy Sanders. During her time at Marietta High School, Kaelyn has been involved in cross country 3 years, track 3 years, yearbook 2 years, student council 2 years, bowling 2 years, National Honor Society 2 years and 2 years Leadership. She has won many awards including Valedictorian , Member of 2018 and 2019 cross country team state championship, Member of 4x800 relay team that holds the school record,8x state cross country medalist, state track medalist, Cross Country All-Stater , Senior Class Treasurer, Yearbook Co-Editor and All-Ardmoreite Cross Country Athlete of the Year. During her free time she enjoys hanging out with friends, watching movies, and eating ice cream. She attends Marietta First Baptist Church in Marietta, OK and her future plans are to attend Arkansas Tech University to earn a degree in business data analytics and complete collegiality in cross country and track.
Attention Marietta football players. In anticipation of the upcoming football season, coach Doby is requesting you use some of the workouts on the following links: https://www.runnersworld.com/training/g23341982/best-bodyweight-exercises/ https://www.menshealth.com/uk/building-muscle/a756325/10-best-bodyweight-exercises-for-men/ https://www.stack.com/a/10-minute-workout
Reminder that all school items including chromebook, athletic uniforms, library books and/or any other school equipment must be returned this week to the appropriate campus M-W, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
May 7, 2020 Dear Parents of the Class of 2020: We would like to share some important information with you regarding preparations for your student’s upcoming graduation events and prom. We ask that you discuss these details with your son or daughter. Senior Parade and Yard Signs At 3:00 p.m. on May 14th yard signs representing each senior will be placed on the Love County courthouse lawn. The following day, May 15th, there will be a drive-thru Senior parade at 3:00 p.m. on Main Street. We ask that all seniors and their family members stay in the vehicle and line up at North Front street by 2:30 p.m. (same as homecoming). We want to encourage seniors to decorate their cars and we ask that you DO NOT wear your cap and gown out of fear that you will lose components of it before graduation. We will then ask parade vehicles to stop & park near the courthouse and we will call only the senior to exit the vehicle and go to the stage to receive their sign. ALL OTHERS SHOULD REMAIN IN THEIR VEHICLES. A photographer will be on site to take photos that will be uploaded for each student to access. It is very important that we adhere to all social distancing guidelines. Scholarship Awards There will be a scholarship awards ceremony at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 23rd at the Marietta auditorium. This is an invite only event. You will be contacted by June 15th if you are invited to attend. Prom Prom will be held on June 25th at the Winstar World Casino Convention center. Tickets will go on sale starting after the parade on May 15th, and are $50. Prom will be at 8 p.m. with the promenade beginning at 7 p.m. at the Marietta gymnasium. Prom includes a meal, snacks, prom and after-prom. Graduation Rehearsal Graduation rehearsal is mandatory for all seniors. Seniors must attend practice on Friday, June 26th , at 10:00 a.m. at the football field. Graduates Arrival for Graduation Our graduation will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. at the Marietta Football Stadium. Students must arrive by 9:00 a.m. ALL PLANS ARE CONTINGENT TO COVID GUIDELINES AND RESTRICTIONS AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BECAUSE OF THAT FACT. Warmest regards, Kimberly Fraire Counselor
Hello Primary & Upper Elementary School parents & students! We want to celebrate the end of this school year with a “Reverse Parade” this Thursday from 5:30-6:30 PM in our elementary school parking lot loop. Jump in your car and bring your students to drive through our loop so we can see those kiddos’ faces that we miss so much, wave, & say hello! 🚗👋
The following Marietta students have been inducted into the National Technical Society at Southern Tech. Vanessa Aldaba -Junior Mayte Salazar -Junior Yoselin Sanchez -Junior LaKira Anderson -Senior & 2nd year Honors Galilea Baca -Senior & 2nd year Honors Karley Riley -Senior & 2nd year Honors Neida Salazar -Senior & 2nd year Honors Cheyenne Thacker -Senior & 2nd year Honors Congratulations!!!!
Chad Cargile, an act test prep guru will be answering questions/ sharing info concerning ACT on May 1st @ 2:00. The website is crowdcast.io, in the search box type Chad Cargile,
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: Kim Fraire will be at the High School next Wednesday and Thursday 8AM-10AM to assist students who need to enroll in concurrent classes for summer and fall semesters.
Senior Spotlight Kenia Guadalupe Pichardo Kenia is the 18 year old daughter of Maria Concepcion Aldaba and Pablo Pichardo and the granddaughter of Lola Rodriguez Sanchez and Luciano Aldaba Barrientos. While attending Marietta High School, Kenia has been involved in March Band, Color Guard, FCCLA, Spanish Club and the construction program at Southern Tech, she was also elected Class Secretary in the Construction Program. During her free time she enjoys drawing, spending time with family and friends, dancing and cooking. She attends St. Mary Catholic Church in Ardmore, OK and her future plans are to attend Southeastern Oklahoma State University and earn a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing.
Senior Spotlight Yoselin Salas Yoselin is the 19 year old daughter of Arturo Salas and Alma Flores and the granddaughter of Manuel Salas and Teresa Soriano, Marcelino Flores and Felipa Ceceñas. While attending Marietta High School, Yoselin has been involved in Business Professionals of America, Medical Office Assistant program at Southern Tech and Gifted and Talented. She has received National Honor Society, Interview Skills finalist for BPA , Fundamentals of Technology Certification and National Career Readiness Certificate ( Math- Silver). During her free time she enjoys drawing, playing guitar and watching movies with her family. Her future plans are to attend Murray State College to increase her knowledge in the medical office field.
Marietta middle school students need to enroll for next year classes by this Thursday, April 30th. Forms are available through students English google class assignments or a paper copy is available at the MS office Monday or Thursday 9am-noon. Don’t wait-electives are filling up quickly!
Senior Spotlight Briana Nicole Moore Briana is the 18 year old daughter of Gina Moore and Chuck Derby. She's the granddaughter of Phyllis Moore Leach, and the late; Jesse Moore, Evertt Derby, and Lucy Derby. During her time at Marietta High School, Briana has been involved in FCCLA, Choir, Spanish, and Southern Tech Nursing Program. She has received a certification in CNA, RMA, CPR, and First Aid. During her free time, she enjoys going shopping with her girls, going to FT Smith AR., close to where she grew up, movies, bowling, fishing, riding four-wheelers, going to car races, and spending time with her family and friends. She's a member of the First Baptist Church in Pocola, Ok and her future plans are to take her basics at South Eastern State University, then apply to OU for Dental Hygiene School.
Senior Spotlight Malaciah McMillan Malaciah is the 17 year old daughter of Tella Hamilton and Chad McMillan and the granddaughter of Ronald Callen and Marion Mercado. During her time at Marietta High School, Malaciah has been involved in Art 1 year, Basketball 1 year and Softball 1 year. During her free time she enjoys painting, drawing, sketching, reading mystery books, hanging out with friends and going out with her fiancé, she also enjoys writing her own songs based off her emotions. Her future plans include to attend OSU-IT or Murray State College to study psychology.
Senior Spotlight Katelyn Anastasha Coffey Katelyn is the 18 year old daughter of Patrick Coffey Sr and Mary Coffey and the granddaughter of Delores and Bob Parker, William Coffey. While attending Marietta High School, Katelyn has been involved in FCCLA (4 years) ,FFA (3 years), Softball, Teachers Aide, Office Aide and Counselor Aide. During her free time she works at the nursing home, spends time with family and friends, watches her niece, and drives around. Her future plans are to obtain a degree in nursing, get rich and live her life.
Senior Spotlight Nicole Moore Nicole is the 18 year old daughter of Gina Moore and Chuck Derby and the granddaughter of Phyllis Moore Leach and the late Jesse Moore and late Evertt Derby and late Lucy Derby. During her time at Marietta High School, Nicole has been involved in FCCLA, choir, Spanish and the Southern Tech Nursing program. She has received certification in First Aid, CPR, CAN and RMA. During her free time she enjoys going shopping with her girls, going to Arkansas where she grew up, watching movies, bowling, fishing, riding four-wheelers, watching car races with her dad and spending time with my family and friends. She is a member of First Baptist Church in Pocola, OK and her future plans are to attend South Eastern State University in Durant to take her basic courses then apply to OU for Dental Hygiene School.
Senior Spotlight Nestor Sanchez Nestor is the 18 year old son of Jose Sanchez and Yesenia Sanchez and the grandson of Eulojio and Maria Sanchez and Mario and Victoria Castaneda. During his time at Marietta High School , Nestor has been involved in Football 4 years, Baseball 4 years, Basketball 4 years, Cheerleading 4 years, Track 4 years, Cross Country 4 years, FFA 4 years, FCCLA 2 years, Speech 2 years and Band 3 years. His hobbies include reading and watching informational documentaries , studying, teaching his little sister who looks up to him, spending time with his family , his brother Omar and aunt Viki and best friend Alex and he also enjoys listening to music, singing and going to dances. He attends Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Marietta, OK and he plans to attend OSU-IT and pursue a career in High Voltage Lineman.
Senior Spotlight Neida Salazar Neida is the 18 year old daughter of Luz Salas and Presililano Salazar and the granddaughter of Teresa Soriano, Manuel Salas, Fransisco Salazar, and Elvira Salazar. While attending Marietta High School, Neida has been involved in FCCLA , FFA and Gifted and Talented. She has received the National Technical Honor Society and National Honor society awards. During her free time she enjoys reading, she also attends Saint Mary Catholic Parish and her future plans include to attend East Central University and gain an accounting degree.
Senior Spotlight Colt Bartling Colt is the 17 year old son of Blaze & Teresa Bartling and the grandson of Laurie & Lonny Bartling. During his time at Marietta High School , Colt has been involved in Baseball 4 years, Basketball 1 year, Cross Country 3 years, Student Council 1 year, National Honor Society 1 year, Academic Bowl 1 year and Marching Band 3 years. During his free time he enjoys fishing, swimming, reading and spending time with friends and family. His future plans are to go to college to play baseball and attend pharmacy school to become a compound pharmacist.
Senior Spotlight Serene Horn Serene is the 18 year old daughter of John Horn and the granddaughter of Ken and Connie Langdon. While attending Marietta High School, Serene has been involved in Art,Band, FCCLA and Special Olympics. She has received 1st and 2nd place in FCCLA events, Special Olympics events 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place in various events, and multiple art contests winning 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and honorable mention. During her free time, she enjoys painting, drawing, creating characters, writing stories, studying music, and watching movies. Her future plans include to attend Murray State College, work with pets, make cartoons and write stories.
Senior Spotlight Mauricio Salazar Mauricio is the 18 year old son of Senobio Salazar and Amelia Fernandez and the grandson of Tomasa Sanchez and Gil Fernandez and Lusina Barientos and Donasiano Salazar. During his time at Marietta High School, Mauricio has been involved in Band and Leadership. His hobbies include watching movies, hanging out with his friends, and driving around on the back roads. His future plans include to join the workforce and gain a tradesmen certificate.
Senior Spotlight Seth Lemar Brown Seth is the 18 year old son of Charles Lemar Brown and Susan Mischelle Brown and the grandson of Charles C. Brown and Carolyn Brown. While attending Marietta High School, Seth has been involved in Baseball, Student Council, and FFA. He has received the following awards and honors Superintendent’s Honor Roll (2016-2019),Small Animal Production FFA award (2016-2017),Lake Country All Conference, Defensive Player of the Year Award (2019), Student Of the Month for October (2019) and Tulsa State Champion in FFA Exhibit Reconditioned Machinery and Equipment. During his free time he enjoys video games, spending time with friends and puzzles. He attends All Faith Church in Marietta, OK and he plans to attend Southeastern State University and earn a bachelor’s degree.
Senior Spotlight Selene Jael Perez Selene is the 18 year old daughter of Consuelo and Jose Perez and the granddaughter of Aurora Estrada and Ramiro Perez and Maria Ortiz and Jose Flores. While attending Marietta High School, Selene has been involved in FFA, FCCLA, Choir and Leadership, she has also received National Honor Society award and the A and B Honor Roll award. During her free time she enjoys shopping, going to the movies, bowling, and hanging out with my family and boyfriend. She attends Good Shepherd Church in Marietta, Ok and her future plans include to go to college and become a neonatal nurse practitioner, marry my boyfriend Mario, and build my dream home.
Senior Spotlight Kevin Robles Kevin is the 18 year old son of Jesus and Irma Robles. During his time at Marietta High School, Kevin has been involved in FCCLA, Band, Student Council, Leadership, 4H, FCA, Spanish Club, Junior Class Secretary, Office Aid, Senior Class Vice President, FCCLA Vice President of Star Events, FCCLA First Vice President, and Drum Major 1 Year. He has received numerous honors including, National Honor Society, The National Society of High School Scholars, Student of the month of October, Class overachiever, Most likely to become president, Prom Prince, FCCLA top 10 member for 3 years, Principal's Honor Roll, and Perfect Attendance. During his free time he enjoys spending time with friends and family, going out to eat, writing, and being the favorite child. He attends S. Mary Catholic Church in Ardmore, OK and his future plans include to attend East Central University and obtain a bachelor's degree then transfer to Oklahoma University to attend dentistry school.
Senior Spotlight Ashleigh Marie Wood Ashleigh is the 18 year old daughter of Heather and Michael Cummings (mother and stepfather) and Lance Wood (father) and the granddaughter of James and Linda Alexander, Don and Linda Cummings, Cecil and Becky Wood, John and Nancy Sjulin, Preston and Donna Dalton, Nancy Evans and Roger Hollister. During time at Marietta High School, Ashleigh has been involved in FFA 4 years, show choir 1 year, Student Council freshman and sophomore year and Leadership. She has also received Principal's honor roll. During her free time she has been involved in dance for 13 years, spending time with family and friends, listening to music, spending money and working at the daycare. She attends First United Methodist Church in Ardmore, OK and her future plans include to attend college at Texas Tech University to study Early Childhood Education and become a kindergarten teacher
Senior Spotlight Allison Burney Hicks Allison is the 18 year old daughter of T. Todd and Shelly Hicks and the granddaughter of William “Tim” Hicks, Rilda Renick, and Juanita Carter. While attending Marietta High School, Allison has been involved in FFA 5 years, FCCLA 5 years, Softball 6 years, Track 2 years, Student Council 2 years, Bowling 3 years and Basketball 2 years. She has also received the following honors and awards National Honor Society 3 years, Principal’s Honor Roll 5 years, Superintendent’s Honor Roll 3 years and Marietta FFA Officer 3 years. During her free time Allison enjoys painting, showing livestock, cooking, hanging out with friends, playing monopoly, petting Baylor and Hydo, watching Mitchy and watching Netflix. She attends Marietta Church of Christ and her future plans include to attend Rose State College and obtain an associate degree in Dental Hygiene then move to Wyoming.
Senior Spotlight Galilea Baca Galilea is the 17 year old daughter of Miguel Baca & Susana Hernandez and the granddaughter of the (late) Maria Guerra and Jose Guerra and the (late) Daniel Baca Ruiz & Maria Jimenez Aguilar. During her time at Marietta High School she has been involved in National Technical Honor Society 2 years, Show Choir 3 years , HOSA 2 years, Choir 1 year, Basketball 1 year. She has received many awards including Superior rating at Little Dixie Choir Competition, Winner of a superior rating at the state music contest and district contest, winner of an excellent rating at the OSSAA music contest x3, winner of an excellent rating at the OSSAA music contest (state), Second place at the Love County Conservation District, OACD Youth Contest 2nd place, Perfect attendance award (sophomore year). During her free time she enjoys drawing, painting, coloring, singing, playing (Nintendo) video games, hanging out with family, watching Naruto, designing outfits, taking care of animals, watching Kirby Right Back At Ya, and taking care of my Animal Crossing town. She plans to attend Oklahoma State University and major in Biology Pre-Med Science after that become a medical student at OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine and become a general surgeon.
Senior Spotlight Jacob Kale Wiley Jacob is the 18 year old Stephanie Dewbre and the grandson of the late Janell Swick and Gary and Sue Hawkins. While attending Marietta High School, Jacob has been involved in Special Olympics, band, ag, FCCLA, and Finance. He has won the following honors and awards, FCCLA Vice President, 2nd Place in FCCLA Table Setting, received 1st place in Horseshoes 2 years, Silver Certification in Video Production, Adobe Premiere Pro Certification, recognized for Youth Leadership Forum in Chickasha, Oklahoma, the State of Oklahoma Citation Of Recognition from Representative Tommy Harden and the State of Oklahoma Citation Youth Leadership Delegate from Senator Frank Simpson. During his free time he enjoys video production, video games, and bowling. He attends Church of Christ in Marietta, Oklahoma and his future plans include to work in video production and pursue a singing career.
Senior Spotlight Karley Ann Riley Karley is the 17 year old daughter of JT and Ashley Riley and the granddaughter of Linda and David Patton and Paul and Gale Riley. During her time at Marietta High School, Karley has been involved in softball, track, band, speech, FCCLA, National Honor Society, FCA ,the nursing program at Southern Tech and served as the school mascot for 2 years. She received the following awards and honors, National Technical Honor Society, National Honor Society, All American Mascot and Softball, Perfect Attendance at Southern Tech, registered CNA and CMA, and Phlebotomist. During her free time she enjoys fishing, hanging out with family, friends, and her boyfriend. She attends Marietta’s First Baptist Church and her future plans include to attend Murray State , transfer to Langston University and obtain her RN Degree.
Senior Spotlight Javier Serrano Javier is the 18 year old son of Marisol Serrano and Javier Serrano Morales and the grandson of Rosario Rivas, Chago Rivas & Queta Serrano & Late Ángel Serrano. While attending Marietta High School, Javier has been involved in football, student council and leadership. He has received the following awards and honors ,Football District Special Teams Honorable mention, School Vice President and Being friends with OU legend Austin Seibert. His hobbies include kicking field goals, fishing and hanging out with his friends. His future plans include to attend college and obtain a biology degree in order to get into dental school, receive his D.D.S and become a Dentist.
Senior Spotlight Oliver Serrano Oliver is the 18 year old son of Moy and Maria Serrano and the grandson of Pilo and Amparo Serrano and Alphonse and Vincenta Barientos. While at attending Marietta High School Oliver played basketball , won Prom King and Homecoming King as well as voted most handsome. He was also voted as best defender in the soccer league out of Denton, TX. His hobbies include spending time with his family, listening to music, looking at shoes that cost way too much and hanging out with his buddies. He attends Good Shepherd Catholic Mission Church in Marietta, OK and his future plans include to attend OSU-IT and major in HVAC.
Senior Spotlight Brisa Rueda Brisa is the 18 year old daughter of Jose C. Rueda and Cipriana Barrientos and the granddaughter of Carmel Rueda , María Asunción Castañeda, Mateo Barrientos and Julia Salazar. During her time at Marietta High School, Brisa has been involved in the following activities, softball, track, FCCLA , FFA and FCA. She has been on the A&B Honor Roll and the Principal’s Honor Roll. Her hobbies include shopping, spending time with family, friends, and her boyfriend. She attends Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Marietta, OK and her future plans are to attend Murray State College and become a Labor and Delivery RN.
Senior Spotlight Cody Jordan Hicks Cody is the 18 year old son of Allen and Jennifer Hicks and the grandson of Dewey and Donna Hicks and Denise Trivitt and the late Dwayne Trivitt. While attending Marietta High School , Cody has been involved in football, track, FFA, and powerlifting and qualified for state in 2020. He has won many awards including National Honor Society , Vice President FFA 19’-20’, FFA Treasurer 18’-19’, FFA Sentinel 17’-18’, 2017 All-Ardmoreite Football, 2018 All-Ardmoreite Track, 2019 All Ardmoreite Football and 2019 All-District Offensive Lineman. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, and spending time with friends. He attends Enville Community Church in Enville, OK and his future plans include to attend OSU-IT and major in HVAC to pursue Journeyman exam and certification.
During the coming weeks maintenance is being conducted to our student information system. The process will combine duplicate parent/guardian records. We will do our best not to disrupt access but if you are no longer able to view student data in Gradebook please contact Roberta Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Spotlight Mandy Page Sykora Mandy is the 17 year old daughter of Brent and Tina Sykora and the granddaughter of the late Charles and Peggy Sykora and the late Wayne and late Joyce Varner. During her time at Marietta High School , Mandy has been involved in Cross Country, Track, Basketball, Bowling, National Honor Society, Student Council, Yearbook, FCA, 4-H and FFA. She has received many awards including KXII A+ Student Athlete, Superintendent's Honor Roll, Marietta High School Student Body President, Oklahoma Girls State Delegate (2019), Oklahoma Youth Tour Delegate (2019), 3x Cross Country Team State Champions, 5x Individual Cross Country and Track and Field State Champion. During her free time she enjoys running, cooking, and games with family and friends. She attends Shady Dale Baptist Church and her future plans include attending Arkansas Tech University as a student athlete on the women's cross country and track and field team and studying Digital Marketing and Business Management. Images are copyright of Legacy Photography. Images not to be saved, printed, or distributed.
Senior Spotlight Vegas Loraine Bell Vegas is the 17 year old daughter of Chris and Ranae Bell and the granddaughter of Bill and Marcia Bell and Justin and the late Mary Yearby. During her time at Marietta High School, Vegas has been involved in student council, leadership, track, cross country, FCA and 4H. She has received many awards including, Cross Country State Champion 3 years, Class Vice President, National Honor Society, Girls State Delegate, and 4H Club Vice President. Her hobbies include spending time with friends and family, reading books and playing with her little sister. She attends Shady Dale Baptist Church and her future plans include to go to Oklahoma State University and obtain a Bachelor’s in Biology. Images are copyright of Legacy Photography. Images not to be saved, printed, or distributed.
Senior Spotlight Kristlyn Nicole Farris Krsitlyn is the 18 year old daughter of Troy and Tiffiny Farris and the granddaughter of the late Darlena Pelt, Michael Breaux, and the late Troy Farris , Kelly Ryan. She has been involved in band and her hobbies include spending time with family and always hanging out with her best friend RayAnna. Her future plans are to join the Army and got to college and become a marine biologist. Images are copyright of Legacy Photography. Images not to be saved, printed, or distributed.
Senior Spotlight LaKira Michelle Anderson LaKira is the 18 year old daughter of Brylun Anderson and Kasie Colston and the granddaughter of Lisa and Bobby Anderson , Teresa and Manuel Ortega and Martha and Randall Colston. While attending Marietta High School, LaKira has been involved in track, softball, FFA, and the Cosmetology program at Southern Tech as well as SkillsUSA member. She has won many awards including National Technical Honor Society, Perfect Attendance, A&B Honor Roll and All A Honor Roll. Her hobbies include hanging out with her boyfriend and family, drawing, playing video games, sleeping and watching movies. Her future plans include to go to college, get a good job and have a lot money, marry her current boyfriend, buy a huge house and have her own makeup brand. Images are copyright of Legacy Photography. Images not to be saved, printed, or distributed
Senior Spotlight Dylan Michael Prather Dylan is the 18 year old son of Kimberly Prather and stepdad Johnathon Boswell, Jamey Prather and stepmom Kasie Prather and the grandson of Reba and Jose Rueda, Teresa Prather, John Stovall, Dennis and Darla Boswell, and Robbin and Gary Hill. During his time at Marietta High School , Dylan participated in football, power lifting, where he qualified for State, FFA and FCCLA. He attends All Faith Baptist Church and his future plans include to go to OSU-IT and become certified in power plant operations.
Senior Spotlight DaNea Briann Lehman DaNea is the 18 year old daughter of Teresa Lehman and the late George Lehman and the granddaughter of David and Marie Payne and David and Cora Lehman. During her time at Marietta High School , DaNea has been involved in choir, band and FCCLA. Her hobbies include spending time with her great niece and nephew. She attends Eastside Baptist Church and her future plans include to become and LPN.
Senior Spotlight Bailey Yohn Bailey is the 19 year old daughter of Shannon Yohn and Step Father Shawn Beal and Donny Yohn and granddaughter of Sherry Boosamra and Bill Lenard. While at Marietta High School she has been involved in FCCLA and choir. Her hobbies include reading and drawing. Her future plans include to go to college and receive a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Senior Spotlight Aaliyah Garcia Aaliyah Garcia is the 18 year old daughter of Javier and Jan Garcia and the granddaughter of Tom Wilson, Mike and Sharon Sampson, and the late Raul and Carmen Garcia. During her time at Marietta High School Aaliyah has been involved in many activities including FCCLA and an officer for 4 years, band where she has been the drum major for the 3 years, yearbook, student council and an officer 1 year, speech, Southern Tech and Oklahoma Business Professionals of America and held the position of state reporter. She has won many awards such as Band Ensemble 1 ,Student of the Month of February ,Most Spirited Award from all surrounding school ,National Career Readiness Certificate ,Fundamentals of Technology Career Tech University ,Marietta FCCLA Top 10 member for 5 years, National Skill, Demonstration Event FCCLA ,District Star Events- New member Facts ,Rookie Camp- Oklahoma FCCLA ,Promote and Publicize FCCLA ,Cooking Heart Award- Marietta FCCLA ,Wrinkled Hands Award- Marietta FCCLA ,Putting Leadership In Action Award ,Outstanding Accomplishment Advance Speech and Letter M Award for Softball. Her hobbies include bible study, fishing, family time, and spending time with Clayton. She attends Cross and Crown Ministries and her future plans include to start her career in medical office and move to Texas with Clayton Bell.
Senior Spotlight Nicholas Duane Bierschenk Nicholas is the 17 year old son of Lynn Bierschenk , Monte and Melissia Bierschenk and the grandson of Larry Paulsen. He is a member of Marietta FFA and during his time in FFA he has won several awards including OYE Ag Mechanics Division Winner, OKC Fair state winner in shop improvement division ,Tulsa State Fair state winner in shop improvement division ,Tulsa State Fair Ag Mechanics Reserve Grand Champion and Love County Ag Mechanics Grand Champion. He is a also a member of the National Honor Society. His hobbies include hanging out with his girlfriend, welding and riding his motorcycle. His future plans are to attend Oklahoma State University and double major in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Images are copyright of Legacy Photography. Images not to be saved, printed, or distributed.
Senior Spotlight Rebecca Lynn Vinson Rebecca is the 18 year old daughter of Tommy Vinson and Jackie Campbell and the granddaughter of Jack and Pearl Campbell and the late Marshall Vinson and the late Iva Lorene Vinson as well as Mary Vinson. During her time at Marietta High School , Rebecca has been involved in Speech, Theatre, Student Council, Academic Bowl, Kindness Counts and Gifted and Talented. She is a member of National Honor Society and was the 2019 Girls State Delegate. Her hobbies include art, writing and fishing. Rebecca plans to attend South Eastern State University and major in Psychology. Images are copyright of Legacy Photography. Images not to be saved, printed, or distributed.
Senior Spotlight Cheyenne Sierra Thacker Cheyenne is the 18 year old daughter of Mistee and Donnie Thacker and the granddaughter of Carolyn and Roy Rains, Brenda Smith, Sam and Debbie Cain, Judy and Jake Mayes, and Trina Wells. She attends Eastside Baptist Church. She is a member of the National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society and Work Keys National Career Readiness. While at Marietta High School, Cheyenne has attended Southern Tech where she has been certified in the following areas, Career Tech Fundamentals of Technology, Medical Assistant and Medical Administrative Assistant. Her hobbies spending time with her family and boyfriend, going mudding her jeep and go fishing. She also enjoys spending time with all of her critters such as the goats, chickens, dogs, guinea pigs, and cat. Her future plans include to work in the medical field using her experience that she has gained at Southern Tech and attend college to earn her ADN-RN degree. Images are copyright of Legacy Photography. Images not to be saved, printed, or distributed.
Senior Spotlight Dylan Cole Brock Dylan is the 18 year old son of Robert and Misty Brock and the grandson of Scott and Stevie Chitwood , Kathy Brock and the late Bob Brock. During his time at Marietta High School he has been part of the football, baseball and basketball teams as well as All A Honor Roll. He is also Valedictorian. His hobbies include spending time with family and his girlfriend. His future plans include going to college to become an orthodontist.
Middle School students - we saw 81% of you today picking up your items. It was GREAT to see you. We will be in the building Monday from 9:00-12:00 for any student who still needs to come get things.
All Marietta high school boys who will be a Sophomore,Junior or Senior NEXT year. In order to be custom fitted with a new helmet and shoulder pads, you must email coach Doby, our new head football coach. His email is email@example.com. This needs to be done by April 8th.
Seniors, Scholarship deadlines have been extended. They are now due no later than April 22nd. Just a reminder, if you still need a device and couldn’t make it on Thursday, the office hours for each school is Mon & Thurs. 9-12. You can also call and leave a message if needed.
Yearbooks may be purchased online only. Please use the website below, then click on the “Nows your chance” logo. .We hope to have yearbooks by the first of June. The window to order closes May 30. https://www.mariettaisd.org/o/marietta-ps/page/about-our-school--47
Middle School students - the last name beginning with ‘M’ was left off pick up times in yesterday’s post (so sorry). You are afternoon pick up but we will take you at any point!!!!! We are so excited to see everyone.
Middle School students we look forward to seeing you tomorrow (Thursday). Please bring any school issued materials with you so that they can be returned (books, library books, uniforms, etc..). It will be a drive thru service at the front of the building - PLEASE do not get out of vehicles. We will bring you all the materials you need. Last name beginning with A - L will come from 8:00 - 11:30 and last names N - Z will come from 12:00 - 2:30. We miss you and look forward to seeing you ....... from 6 feet away!!!!
Due to increased optimism from health officials and the National Coronavirus task force, a traditional graduation and prom COULD be a possibility. At this time we are waiting to see if enough restrictions are lifted that we could have them in July. Please be patient!!!
High School students,if you have textbooks,library books, calculators to turn it, you may do this Thursday. Last names A-L 8-11:30 M-Z 12-2:30. Band, athletics, AG etc... contents may be retrieved as well according to the schedule. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
Re-posting to Live Feed - view attached letter on school website or Facebook. Good afternoon, Marietta Indians! Teachers and Administrators are working hard from home to get ready for our state mandated distance learning that is starting next week. Our world is stressful enough right now, so parents and students please do not stress over this! Distance learning is not meant to take a lot of time each day and will be a review of skills or games and projects using skills already learned. It will not take as much time as it would in a regular school day. Depending on the grade level, it should take no more than 30 minutes to an hour in lower grades to 1 -2 hours for high school students per day to complete. Many of our older students have been using a digital format in most of their classes already. We will have flexible solutions for students who have internet at home and those who do not. We will also check out computers for students who have internet, but just need a device to be successful. See attached for our schedule for picking up personal items, checking out devices as well as other pertinent info regarding distance learning. We appreciate your patience with us through this process as this is all new to many of us as well. Principals' emails are listed on the attached letter. Please email your child's building principal if you have specific questions. You can also call your child's building or our main number at 276-9444 and leave a message that will be directed to the appropriate person.
Our wonderful cafeteria ladies served approximately 180 meals today! Each sack had a hand written word of encouragement for each student. Meals are available Monday thru Friday drive thru style. Please email Wendy Birks at email@example.com or call 276-9444 ext. 234 if you have any questions.
Marietta Indian family, The COVID 19 has affected nearly every part of our daily lives. Due to this, I’m sorry to announce Marietta high school’s prom has been cancelled. If you have questions, please leave a message at 580-276-3204. Thank you for your understanding.
Important announcement: Marietta Public School will begin serving the children of our community a breakfast/lunch combo meal during the school closure beginning next Monday, March 30th. Meals are free for any child under 18 years of age and will be need to picked up drive thru style. Children must be in the car to get a meal. To help us get a more accurate count of meals, please email our Child Nutrition Director, Wendy Birks at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 580-276-9444 ext. 234 to leave a message if you plan to pick up. Please give your name and the number of children needing meals. Here are the times and locations for drive thru pick up: North side of cafeteria bus loop - 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Enville Church parking lot - 10:00 a.m. Shady Dale Baptist Church parking lot - 10:00 a.m. Times and locations are subject to change pending participation. Any changes will be announced on our Marietta Public School Facebook page.
Good evening, Marietta Indians! This morning, the State Board of Education voted to close schools and all extracurricular activities to be canceled for the remainder of the school year as expected. There are still a lot of questions during this extraordinary time, but what we do know is that we miss and care about our students. Here is what you can expect at this time: We will begin to offer daily meals for students next Monday, March 30th. Watch our Facebook page for pick-up schedules. We are working on schedules for pick up of personal items from classrooms/lockers as well as medication. Your child's site will be sending out information as it is available. We are also working on a creative alternate plan for graduation as we want to honor our Senior's amazing accomplishments. Information will be sent out as soon as it is available. If you are needing to reach out to a teacher or coach during this time you can contact them via email. All staff have access to their school email even when not on campus. Follow this link to access our staff page on the website. https://www.mariettaisd.org/o/marietta-ps/staff. We will begin the required distance learning services on or shortly after Monday, April 6th. We understand that a fully online platform may not be feasible for all of our families. Our teachers are planning for all circumstances including using online instruction as well as other methods for those that do not have internet access. Each site will work with families' individual circumstance to help meet the needs of our students. The state will be giving us further guidance on the many questions we have about this process and we expect to be able to apply some flexibility in this difficult time. Just know we are all in this together and we all want what is best for our students. We ask for your patience as we plan and please email (preferred) or call 276-9444 to leave a message if you have more immediate needs or questions.
In an effort to return students’ personal items from the elementary school, you are welcome to bring your child up as planned: 3rd grade- Friday, March 27 from 9-11 am 4th grade- Monday, March 30 from 10:30am -12:30 pm and 5th grade from 1-3 pm. We will try to have less than 10 students in the building at a time, to keep everyone safe.
We are sending out a google form survey, at the middle school level, to our parents. Please check your email for the form.
We are missing our kids!!! Teachers will be calling this week to check on our students and their families.
After careful consideration, we have decided not to offer daily meals to our students during the current 2-week closure. Instead, we have received a large donation from a vendor providing us with fresh produce. This produce along with additional canned food from our food pantries is being sorted and packed by volunteers from our school and community and will be delivered to approximately 60 students we know are in need. If the closure extends beyond the initial 2-week period, we will reevaluate and look at all options including providing daily meals to make sure our students are fed. If you are a parent of a Marietta student that does not receive a food box/backpack and are in need of food please contact Mrs. Naylor at email@example.com or call the school's main number 276-9444 to leave a message and we will help put you in touch with resources.
The Oklahoma State Board of Education has enacted a mandatory statewide school closure in effect until April 6th. We are waiting on additional guidance from our state agencies and will make plans over the coming days to best serve our students and staff during this closure. Please watch for additional information via our school app, Facebook and automated call system.
Oops! Our mistake. Tomorrow's Teacher Professional Day was not listed as a no school day on the online calendar. Hopefully you were relying on the paper calendar given to all parents at enrollment. Please accept our apology if this causes any inconvience for your family.
We know sometimes it's very difficult to avoid missing school but here are some upcoming state testing dates for elementary to help you plan your family calendar. 3rd Grade - April 21st and 23rd 4th Grade - April 28th and 30th 5th Grade - May 4th, 5th 6th and 7th Please no late arrivals or early departures. We don't want students to feel like they must rush on such important tests. Thank you for helping your student with their success!
Weightlifting winners – Wednesday, February 12, Marietta High School powerlifters attended the Allen Powerlifting Invitational. Eight of ten Indian lifters placed in the Top 12 in their division and weight class, among them seniors Dylan Prather, left, who placed second, and Cody Hicks, right, who placed fifth. They are pictured with Coach David Garza, center. Joel Fernandez, not pictured, placed 12th.
Recently, students in Marietta Primary Pre-K classes learned about different modes of transportation. Arbuckle Driving School supplied a truck, which students were able to climb inside of to see how one mode of land transportation works. Pictured are members of Mrs. McDonald’s class, from left, Josiah Salinas, Jaycee White, Konnor Clough, Rubee Gray, Andrew Walden, Alton Gurley, Genesis Santivanez Rodriguez, Abel Gomez, Yuliana Santiago, Lochlan Montgomery, Scarlet Worthington, Junior Rodriguez, Adelyn Rivera Perez, Emersyn Tipton, Kaitlyn Stages, Dianelyz Rojas and Haivyn Greenwood.
High School Choirs received all Excellent Ratings. Three ensembles "Shady Grove", "The Moon", and "Wade in the Water" received Superior Ratings (they qualify for STATE). Three Ensembles "Homeward Bound", "Give Us Hope", and "Count the Stars" received Excellent Ratings. 5 HS solos received Superior Ratings Jack O'Neal, Chris Smith, Colours Starsick, Tanasia Randle, and Mackenzie Kyle (they qualify for STATE). 8 HS Solos received Excellent Ratings Jean Vazquez, Abygail Barrientos, Alyssa Langley, Angel Follis, Emily Briggs, Timberlee Riley, Nicole Stewart, and Hollie Tanaka. Congratulations to all the kids who participated today!!! Hard work paid off and we are proud of each and everyone for all of their dedication!
Marietta Spring Sports 2020 Senior night will be this Monday February 17th at 6:00 pm. Come support your senior basketball and track athletes for the basketball teams final home game. See you there!
Parent-Teacher conferences are on Thursday, February 13th from 3:15 to 9:15. No school on a Friday, February 14th or Monday, February 17th.
On Thursday, February 13th at 6:45 pm, Marietta Public School will hold an Indian Education Parent Advisory Committee meeting in the high school library. The purpose of the meeting is to review the contract, activities and expenditures under the JOM, Title VI, and Impact Aid school wide programs. All parents of JOM students are encouraged to attend.
We will be accepting deliveries for Valentine's Day on Thurs., Feb. 13, until noon. Please include student grade and for primary/upper, homeroom teacher. Items can be delivered to the office. Secretaries will do their best to resist eating any of the chocolate but no promises!
Marietta students are practicing for an important Circle the State With Song Concert to be held next Tuesday, February 11, at 6 p.m. in the Marietta Public Schools’ Auditorium. The public is invited to attend the event, but asked to make a donation at the door. In all, 24 Marietta students from fourth through eighth grades will be participating.
Due to the likelihood of dangerous road conditions, Marietta Public Schools will be closed tomorrow, February 6th. Thank you and stay safe.
Due to the threat of winter weather, Marietta Public Schools will be closed on Wednesday, February 5th.
8th graders - don’t forget tomorrow is our college visit to UNT in Denton. Dress appropriately, no shorts and wear comfortable shoes. Also, parents mark your calendars for February 13 at 6:00. We will meet in the MS computer lab to talk about Oklahoma Promise - more exciting details to come.
8th College visit Friday, January 24 to Denton TX and the University of North Texas. All 8th graders will leave school at 8:30 and return by 3:00 - lunch will be provided in the UNT campus cafeteria by the GearUp grant.
Marietta High School Southern Tech students are still sheltered on the Southern Tech campus in Ardmore. They will remain there until any severe weather threats have passed. I will post updates as they are received.
Emergency management gave us the all clear a few minutes ago and students are being released at this time.
All staff & students are safely sheltered at school. Doors & phones are unmanned at this time due to staff being sheltered. Students will not be released until the threat has passed. Parents on campus may come to the north doors of the primary to shelter.
As a precaution we are moving students to their storm shelter areas. This may cause a delay in dismissal however the safety of our staff & students is our number one priority.
All dates and locations for upcoming Circle the State music practice for elementary students have now been added to the calendar.
5th grade Christmas program is tonight at 7:00 pm in the auditorium. Hope to see you here!
4th grade Christmas program is tonight in the auditorium at 6:00 pm. Please come!
Christmas party fieldtrip for elementary tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec 17. Please wear class shirt. Students will not need money or phone.
Tonight is the Middle School Dance in the cafeteria. Students will enter in the southeast door. Doors open at 6;30 for pictures, dance begins at 7 and concludes at 9:00. Cost is $5.00 and all students must be eligible to attend. Picture are available thru Photos by Lawrence, the picture shows the different packets and prices. Snacks will be provided. Can’t wait to see everyone!!!
We love our cafeteria ladies! They did such a great job feeding our students an awesome Thanksgiving lunch!
Please wear your class shirts tomorrow (Friday) to show school pride at our Student of the Month Assembly.
Train currently blocking the crossing. Some buses may be running late this afternoon.
The Love County Youth Basketball League sign-up is this Saturday, Nov 23, at the high school gym. This league will be for 3rd and 4th grade girls and boys in the Love county area. Please bring the form and $50 to this event to sign-up your student. If you have already turned your form into the office it is not necessary for you to attend the event.
We had 7 Marietta 7-9th graders who made the auditions and competed for all-state. They were in the top 120 kids in the state of Oklahoma. The All-State Choir audition process is difficult and requires a lot of hard work, practice, and dedication. 7 Marietta kids earned the opportunity to compete for all-state is something to be extremely proud. Please congratulate the Marietta student that was selected for OCDA All-State Choir! Abygail Barrientos It’s a great day to be a Indian!!
We have received several calls from concerned parents. Marietta Public Schools are not on lockdown. All students & staff members are safe.
Jim Comstock was the guest speaker at Marietta high school’s Veterans Day program today. Along with Mr. Comstock’s inspiring message, the high school had a Veterans Day essay writing contest. The winners were Sophie Love, Kylie Slawson, Hunter Roe and Melanie Ortiz. The high school band played a few songs and the choir sang some songs in honor of the veterans that were present.
On Monday, the high school began piloting a grab and go breakfast for our students who didn’t eat breakfast. In between classes, the students can get a small snack before classes. If a student had free and reduced lunch, they don’t have pay anything. This program had been extremely successful, serving over 70 kids every day this week.
Marietta Middle/High School is hosting our Veteran’s Day Assembly Monday, November 11 at 8:45 in the auditorium. The MS/HS choir will perform as well as the band. Please plan to attend as we honor our veteran’s.
Marietta Primary/Elementary is hosting the annual Veteran's Assembly on Monday, November 11 at 8:00 a.m. The community is invited to attend to help us honor all Veterans on this special day. Teacher Jennie Davis will be presenting a video containing pictures of Veterans. If you would like to be included or include a family member, please submit your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include branch of service.
The county conservation poster winners are: 8th grade: 1st Carlos Fernandez, 2nd Keagan Balch, 3rd Uriel Barrientos 7th Grade: 1st Braxton Henson, 2nd Cristal Diaz, 3rd Alex Salas 4th Grade: 1st Alyson Muller, 2nd Audriana Rodriguez, 3rd Ezequiel Garcia-Aldaba, 1st Place winners will go on to the state competition.
The elementary field trip scheduled for tomorrow has been canceled. The event started at 10 a.m. and with the construction projects on I-35 there was a concern that we could arrive timely. We are very sad we won't be able to attend but will hopefully have another chance soon.
Karrie Johnston is Marietta high school’s Healthcorp representative. She hosts monthly “Cafe O’Yea” sessions in the cafeteria where teaches the students about the importance of healthy mind, body and spirit. Today, the students created a”wall of togetherness”, in which they celebrated each other’s uniqueness.
Congratulations to our HS football team in getting the win last night & wishing our Cross Country team good luck today at STATE! Great day to be a Marietta Indian!
Marietta received all excellent and superior rating at the Little Dixie choral competition . HS Marietta Women's Choir Superior Rating and a trophy HS Mixed Choir Excellent Rating JH Women's Choir Excellent Rating Ensemble 1 Superior Ensemble 2 Superior Ensemble 3 Excellent Ensemble 4 Superior Solo Catelyn Boyd Superior Solo Alyssa Langley Superior Solo Tanasia Randle Superior Solo Colours Starsick Superior Solo Jean Vazquez Excellent Solo Timberlee Riley Excellent
On Wednesday, Marietta High School hosted a college and career fair in the gymnasium. Along with Marietta, Thackerville and Turner took advantage of this opportunity to talk to college officials and various employers from around the area. As you can see by crowd of people, the fair was a huge success. Marietta ISD would like to thank all of the businesses and colleges that took part in our fair.
Marietta 4-H members performed at character contest. (Front row left to right) Eli Cummings- blue and reserve grand in pop culture, Ashbye Barger - blue in jr historical, Kylie Frazier - blue and reserve grand in jr historical, Bella Faulkenberry - participation (back row) Delaney Aust - blue and grand in jr historical, Emily Faulkenberry - blue in sr pop culture, Vegas Bell - blue and reserve grand in sr historical, Taryn Blankenship - blue and grand in sr pop culture, Mandy Sykora - blue and reserve grand in sr pop culture
The 5th grade girls basketball game at Tishomingo is at 6:30 & the 5th grade boys basketball game is at 7:30 in the high school gym. Bus will leave Marietta at 5:00.
Bus 44 which is the HWY 77/Greenville route is running late this morning.
Congratulations to the HS Academic team! They won districts defeating Kingston and Madill.
The ICAP meeting scheduled for high school students and parents for Monday night has been moved to the high school library.
arietta Yearbook is selling chances to win a hand made Marietta blanket and dinner for two at Fireside Dining. Tickets are $5.00. Please contact a yearbook member or Mrs. Ramon, email@example.com, to purchase. Winner will be announced before Christmas Break.
Reminder that P-T Conference is Monday from 3:30 to 9:00 p.m. Middle and high school appointments can be scheduled with the secretary. Primary and Elementary are scheduled with teachers. Several meetings are planned that night. Be sure and check the school calendar!
Congratulations to the winners for the HS Art Conservation poster contest: Galilea Baca, Miriam Cisneros, Angeles Castillo and Abygail Barrientos all won first place for their grade level at the local district contest. Their posters will be sent on to the state competition. 🥇🏆🎨
8th Grade Parents: Please join us for the GEAR UP Family Night on Monday, October 14th at 6 PM in the school auditorium. We have exciting resources to share with families to discover your student’s possible career interest, financial aid opportunities and learning opportunities to explore both during and after high school. There will be a drawing for door prizes. Hope to see you there.
There have been discrepancies in football schedules with start times of tonight’s homecoming game versus Dickson. Coronation for homecoming begins at 7:00 pm tonight. The game starts at 7:30, sorry for any confusion.
There will be a Johnson-O’Malley Meeting in the high school library at 6:45 on October 14th. If you have questions, please call the high school at 580-276-3204
Primary School Parents: We still have some chocolate left to sell! If your kiddo wants to work towards getting one of our fabulous prizes, they still have a chance. We won’t tally winners until next week. So come grab another box to sell! 🍫
Important reminder that school will be released at 2:00 pm on Friday so that staff & students can participate in the homecoming parade downtown at 3:00 pm. Go Indians! 🏈🏈🏈
See you at the all community pep rally tomorrow night at McClain Stadium. Homecoming activities all week including the annual parade at 3:00 p.m. on Friday. School will be dismissed at 2:00 so that students can attend.
First annual Black and Gold Pep Rally will be Tuesday, October 1st from 6:30-8:00 at the McClain Stadium. Activities will include car smash, a bonfire, and games. Concession stand will be open. Buy a ticket for a chance to put a pie in the face of your favorite coach!!
Seniors will take a group photo on Thursday, October 3rd in front of the auditorium. Please be there by 7:40 a.m. Bring Sunglasses. SOTC students will be excused from class that morning. If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Ramon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Buses were held up by a train going out of town this afternoon so the routes are running late.
Don't forget, senior ads are due October 25th with money, note and pictures. Please send with your student or drop off at the high school office and address it to Lindsey Ramon or yearbook.
Picture day tomorrow for middle school and high school!
Primary student pictures tomorrow! Picture envelopes available in the office.
Need to know what time the junior high football game starts or when the primary students are taking pictures? Be sure and download our new Marietta Public School app. Just go to the app store on your phone and look for Marietta Public Schools. Best of all....it's FREE!
Elementary students, 3rd through 5th, bring your smile tomorrow. School pictures starting at 8:15!
Don't forget to be picture ready for next week: Elementary - Monday, September 16th Primary - Tuesday, September 17th Middle school - Thursday, September 19th High school - Thursday, September 19th
Parents: Little Indians Cross Country will practice EVERY Thursday in the elementary gym from 3:30-4:30 per Coach Robinson.
Primary School Families-Don’t forget Open House tonight 5:00-6:00 in our Primary Gym! Come see us for food, fun, & prizes!
Did you know if your child misses 1 day every other week in a year that equals to 20 days a year. And if that pattern were to continue by the end of their school career they would have missed a whole year and 1/2 of education? Make school attendance a priority in your home.
Senior ad information is being distributed today. The ad and payment is due by October 25th. If you would like to have the ad form emailed to you please contact Mrs. Ramon at email@example.com
Beginning on Monday, September 9th, our Marietta cafeteria will partner with Keystone Food Service for our breakfast & lunch meals. We will be offering new homemade menu items as well as new ideas for grab & go meals & other conveniences. Prices for lunch & breakfast will remain the same. Huge thank you to Mrs. Birks & our cafeteria ladies for all they do!
Capture all your student's memories by pre-ordering a yearbook. You can even order online with your debit/credit card. Use the link and enter code 40554 for Marietta! https://www.yearbookordercenter.com/?event=general.displayLanding&jobnumber=40554
Tomorrow, August 27, Little Indians CC meet starts at 5:30 p.m. at Legacy Park north of the Marietta hospital. No after school practice. Parents are responsible to drive student to the meet. Cost is $5. Registration form on Marietta Indians Cross Country Facebook page.
Parents of 3rd-5th grade students, please join us tomorrow night for Parent University and Title One meeting. All parents will meet in the school library at 5:00 p.m. for title one meeting. Then join classroom teachers to hear about this year's classroom expectations.
Our goal is to dismiss primary/elementary students as safely and quickly as possible. It goes much smoother when we have one group of students dismissed at a time. Therefore, the parent walk ups will be released after the students are loaded into the cars.
It’s almost here! Tomorrow is the big day!! The teachers & staff have been working hard to get everything ready. Thank you to our Marietta parents for sharing your most prized possessions with us & know we love them, too, and can’t wait to get the best school year ever started tomorrow at 8:00 am!
Thank you Middle School parents. We had an awesome turnout for “Meet your Teacher”!!!! 149 students came and met teachers, decorated lockers and familiarized themselves with classes. We can’t wait to see you Thursday morning.
Having some fun today at Teacher Inservice. Administrators are showing that you have to be okay with being vulnerable to become courageous! Here's a link to the hilarious video: https://youtu.be/wAcGzoBt2_Q
Less than a week away our campuses will be filled with students and another school year gets started. Be one step ahead with our new app available to Android and Apple users. Watch this video for the scoop! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D91wj9rM-ok&feature=youtu.be
Work began on two facilities at Marietta Public Schools last week, a locker room and hitting facility for the softball field, and the site pictured above, to the north of the cafeteria. This site will be the new home for a 5,245-square-foot building that will house STEM classrooms and labs in half of the building and administrative offices in the other half. The Tri-County Special Education Co-op will move into the current administration facility when the new one is finished. Projected completion date is early 2020, pending no unforeseen construction delays. While the softball complex will be funded from proceeds of a bond passed last summer, the STEM/Admin building will be funded from the district's building fund.
Marietta Middle School will host Meet Your Teacher Wednesday, August 14 from 1:00 - 3:00. Come to the Middle School and pick up your schedule, locker assignment and meet your teachers. We are excited to see you!!!
SENIORS: If you have not yet received your letter containing an appointment time for Senior Portraits, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and she will be happy to assist you with your scheduling.
Looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow at enrollment from Noon to 7:00 pm. Remember to bring parent ID and a proof of residence. Approved proof of residence includes: water/gas/electric bill, ad valorem bill, current/rental lease, income tax return, or mortgage statement.
Marietta Primary & Elementary will host Meet the Teacher on August 14 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Come check out your child's new classroom and for those new students you may take a quick tour of the building. Looking forward to a new year.
NOTICE: For those parents that have already filled out the enrollment forms available online, a new form was added yesterday that you will need to include. The OSIIS Authorization for Health Information has now been added so be sure and complete/print and bring with you Thursday.
School Supplies: Primary, Elementary and Middle Schools are excited to announce that school supplies will be again provided for all students. Parents will be notified at enrollment for any additional needs such as sleep mats for Kindergarten students.
SENIORS: Senior students will receive a letter in the mail in the next few days that will contain an appointment time. If not received, please contact Lindsey Ramon at email@example.com. The letter will contain important details about the upcoming senior pictures.
We've got the easy button for you! Tired of handwriting all those enrollment documents? All the documents needed are now available and can be filled out using your home computer. Print these docs and bring on August 1. https://www.mariettaisd.org/o/marietta-ps/browse/62588
Welcome to the ALL NEW MARIETTAISD.ORG Send any questions, comments, and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
From the ground up -- Five months after demolition began at McClain Stadium on January 8, construction of a new set of bleachers was well underway on Thursday, June 13. Work on the new bleachers is scheduled to to be completed within three to four weeks.
Check out Facebook - Marietta Basketball for some great videos highlighting Summer Pride. We've got some dedicated coaches and players putting in the work for the upcoming season!
Have questions about school enrollment, baseball games, or when the 3rd grade music program is scheduled? Check out our calendar for all the important dates throughout the school year.
Marietta Schools is proud to provide students, parents and staff with the newest and best technology, including our brand new web-site. The new site offers more flexibility and quicker turn-around on information. Check it all out and share the great news with your friends.
Did you know there is one central number you can call to reach all school offices? No more remembering a new number or programming your phone when a student goes to a different building. Check out 580-276-9444 today and see how easy it is to reach Marietta Schools!
All District Enrollment scheduled for August 1 from noon to 7:00 p.m. at the high school gym. Please bring proof of residence and other enrollment documents as needed. New students will need additional documents. Please call school office for further instructions.