Daily Bulletin » Oct. 23

Oct. 23

Federal Survey Cards Due
10/23 – National Unity Day
10/24 – Band/Orchestra Concert - 7pm – Theater
10/31 – Halloween – students may wear costumes – no fake weapons/not to represent a culture
10/28-11/1 - Halloween Spirit Week:
Monday – Walk Like A Zombie – Pumpkin Bowling
Tuesday – Twin Day – Pie Eating Contest
Wednesday – Back to the 80’s – Lip Sync Battle
Thursday – HALLOWEEN – Halloween
Friday – Dress Like Your Parent – Pumpkin Drop

• TODAY FCA will be hosting NFL 3 time Super Bowl Champion Stephen Neal of the New England Patriots. So stop by the Multi-Purposea today at lunch for slice of pizza and some fellowship.
• Attention eighth grade students: If you would like your baby picture in the yearbook, please email all photos to thurgoodmarshallmsyearbook@gmail.com by November 11. All images that are submitted should be at least 600 by 480 pixels. Any images submitted after the deadline will not be included in the yearbook. Make sure you include your name!

• Attention Students! TODAY is National Unity Day! Unity Day is a time for all of us to stand together to send one large ORANGE message of support, hope and unity to fight against bullying in our schools and community. All students who are wearing ORANGE may come to the Mustang Market to get a treat (treats will only be given to students wearing a majority of orange, like a shirt or pants, not just a “speck” of orange). Thank you for being a part of the solution by wearing orange today.

• Anime club is starting this Friday. Permission slips are available on the Financial Office counter and must be turned in before the first club meeting to Ms. Cena in C-202

• Halloween spirit week is next week, October 28th through November 1st. Check out the banner on the paseo to see what’s in store!

• ASB will be handing out prizes to people for their amazing costumes on Halloween. There will be no line up or walk-by judging. Reminder - fake weapons are not allowed and please be sensitive to others’ cultures - your costume should not represent a culture.

• Students: When you walk home, please stay on the sidewalks to and from school. Please do not take short cuts through the neighborhood including the Grove condos as this is private property and is considered trespassing.

• Do you have a friend that deserves some appreciation? ASB is selling achievement certificates for $1 at the Mustang Market. You choose the achievement and we will fill out a certificate for them, laminate it and deliver it to their period 6 class.

• Thank you to everyone who has shared the ASB fundraiser and whose families have donated. The fundraiser is running through October 21st. Look for the ASB at lunch this Friday and see what we have happening in the B Lunch Court near the Mustang Market.

• The Mustang Market is open for business! Marshall T-shirts are available for $10 at lunch. Get an achievement certificate for those wonderful friends in your life and take a chance with our lunchtime entertainment to possibly toss a cup of water in your friend's face!
• Lunch Time Sports flag football league. The schedule, scores and standings are posted on the Marshall website in the Student menu under LT Sports. Please check it out.

• Library Hours - Before school at 7am, half-way thru lunch, and after school until 3pm (Fridays 2:30pm). If you choose to go to the Library at lunch, you must meet at the top of the paseo and supervision will let you up at 10:55am. You must stay in the Library the rest of the lunch period.

• Don’t forget to stop by the theater entrance starting today to purchase refreshments sold by the Tech Club. You can cool yourself off for as little as $1. It’s a great way to refresh yourself after a long day at school.

• Students - ALL prime time students must report to C104 by 2:35 pm.


• Teachers – please remember to take attendance every day, every period within the first 10 minutes of class.

• Early Release of Student – If you know ahead of time that your child needs to leave school early (i.e. Dr., Dentist, Ortho, personal), please have your child bring in a note to the attendance desk before school on that day. This is the most effective and efficient way to have your child waiting for you when you need them! Return the blue slip if your child returns to school.
• Student Deliveries – in order to limit disruption during instruction, items being delivered during the school day should be for emergencies only. Items will be left on the table in the office with your child’s name on it for students to pick-up during passing periods, lunch, or after school. Please instruct your child to check the table if they notice they forgot their lunch, PE clothes, school work, etc…
• REMINDER - Treats such as cookies and birthday cakes for other students are NOT to be brought to school. They will be kept in the office until the end of the day.

• Reminder! Students, it is mandatory that you wear a helmet when riding your bike or skateboard! If we see that you do not have a helmet with you, you will not be able to ride home until you get one.

• Students are not allowed to cut through the office after school, please exit out the front gates. Also, the elevators are to be used by injured students only, please stay out of them if you are not injured.

• Students that walk home must use Novak Way – please STAY ON THE SIDEWALK when walking home, for your own safety!

• Reminder - Students are NOT to play with tennis balls, diablos, or water balloons (filled or unfilled) at lunch. They will get confiscated.

• Students may NOT bring Rockstar Monster drinks or any other energy drinks to school. Also, the sale of any food or drink items can only be done by clubs.

• Students are not to be in the buildings before school or during lunch unless a teacher has escorted you there. Teachers – if a student comes in your room that you did not escort, please send their name to admin.
• Students we want to make sure that you are obeying the traffic signals at Pomerado Road. When the walk light turns red you MUST stop - do not go on and cross at this time. Also, if you ride a bike you should be walking it across the street - you need to stay inside the crosswalk and obey all signs just like pedestrians - you may ride your bike across when the light is green and the "walk" sign is on! (Admin.)

The Wellness Center is open M-Th to the first 20 students

Stranger Things AV Club – C106 – Cook
Broadway Musicals Club – B205 - Chalupsky

Pokemon Explorer’s Club – A206 – Mrs. Schumacher
S.A.G.A. (Sexuality and Gender Awareness Club) – B104 – Ms. Kole
BSU (Black Student Union) – C201 – Kelley
Drama Club/Improv Team – Theatre – Mr. Russell
Harry Potter Club – C304 – Fox
Homework Zone after school – B204 - Ingles

Philanthropists Club – A305 – Mrs. Rick
The French Friendship Club – C206 – Beisel
WCAE Club (We Care About the Environment) – B103 – Miss Wright
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) - MPR – Mr. Bishop
The Scratch Club – A106 - Pettek
Magic the Gathering Club – B203 – Riis – 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month
The Kpop Club – B303 – Porter
Super Smash Brothers Club – B205 – Schulze
Marvelous Marvel Club – B106 - Weinheimer

Circle of Friends – C105 – Diem
The Flash Club – B303 – Porter (not on Halloween)
Just People Club – B205 – Chalupsky
D.I.Y. Club – B101 – Lavine
The EPC (Environmental Protection Club) – B306 – Lavigne - recycling
The UCP Club (The Unhinged Choreo Posse) – Activity Rm. – McCarthy – learn dances
Homework Zone after school – B206 – Mr. Wright

Terraria Club – B306 - Lavigne
Minecraft Club – C305 – Niedzwiecki - games
Star Wars Club – B303 – Porter
The Chess Club – C304 - Fox
Running Club – Lower Field – Carambas
Anime Club – C202 - Cena