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2016-2017 IMPORTANT DATES


Now-November: Seniors should be filling out applications for college or a career path of their choice.

September 19 – September 27: Senior Interviews will be conducted with Senior students by Mrs. Lott.

September 29: Senior meeting regarding future decisions students will be making. This meeting is 11th period in the high school cafeteria.

September 24: 9am – 11am. Career and Campus Visit Day at BGSU/Firelands. To resister for this event go to www.fireland.bgsu.edu

October 1: New submission date for the FAFSA; check college(s) website for specific deadline date(s).

October 3: College Fair of Sandusky County at Terra State Community College from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm.

October 6: Jostens cap, gown and announcement assembley for Seniors. This meeting is at 8:30 am in the caferetia.

October 11: EHOVE Manufacturing day at EHOVE (all freshmen will attend during the school day).

October 12: Jostens will be at MHS to assist students with placing their orders during lunch periods.

October 19: PSAT for Sophomores and Juniors.

October 22: ACT registration dead line for the December 10th testing (register at: www.actstudent.org/start)

October 26: Financial Aid Meeting – 5:30 pm Townsend Community Buidling upstairs conference hall.


To: Parents and Guardians of Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Grade Students

Re: College Credit Plus Program (CCP+) – Ohio's dual enrollment program

Ohio Revised code 3365 established a College Credit Plus Program which allows college-ready students in grades seven through twelve, who qualify for college admission (each college will set their own criteria for student eligibility), to take college level courses while in middle or high school. These students will earn college credit and high school graduation credit through the successful completion of college courses. The purpose of the program is to promote rigorous academic pursuits and expose students to options beyond the high school classroom. Students may have to take end-of-course (PARCC) exams, depending on the subject area. Once enrolled in a college class, the student can only take 120 total college credit hours up until high school graduation.

Interested students, parents and guardians are encouraged to attend a meeting at Townsend Community School on Tuesday, January 10th at 6:00 p.m. David Janik, Manager of BGSU Firelands College Access Programs, will be presenting important steps that students need to follow in order to enroll in the CCP+ Program. Mrs. Cook will be available at this meeting to assist students in grades 6-8 and Mrs. Lott will be available to assist students in grades 9-11. Students/Parents must notify the school prior to April 1st, 2017 of their intent to participate in the College Credit Plus Program. Students and Parents must sign a form indicating that appropriate counseling was provided and all responsibilities for participation are understood. 

GUIDANCE FORMS


2017-2018 Course Description Guide

Senior Parent Letter - September 15, 2016

Senior Choices - updated September 2016

Junior Parent Letter - September 12, 2016

 

 

 

Superintendent

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Welcome to the Margaretta Local School District! Please continue to visit our website and Facebook page, where over 3,000 parents and community members have reached out to become informed of upcoming activities and events throughout the school year. Communication between our parents and community is an area of focus for our administration and staff. If you need additional details, please contact the building administrator or myself.

As Interim Superintendent, I look forward to leading our employees in offering an excellent education experience for all students. Our district has maintained and an excellent reputation in the area and it our goal to continue building upon your trust in guiding your child through his/her education process.

Thank you for visiting our website! In closing, I look forward to leading our staff and students throughout the 2016-17 school year. Go Polar Bears!

Denny Mock

Employment Opportunities

New Substitute Teachers and Substitute Aides

To begin the employment process as a Substitute Teacher or Substitute Aide for Margaretta Local Schools, please go to www.rachelwixey.com to submit your application. Rachel Wixey & Associates serves as our substitute management provider, responsible for the recruitment and employment of substitute teachers and substitute aides in our district.

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District Profile

THE COMMUNITY

The Margaretta Local School District is located in scenic northwestern Ohio (Erie & Sandusky Counties) along the shores of Lake Erie; and just minutes from Cedar Point. Margaretta Schools is a hub of several villages and townships that comprise the district. A strong community workforce is made up of a mixture of manufacturing, farming and service industries. Residents take great pride in their community and school system. It is an excellent area in which to pursue a career, raise a family and enjoy life on the shores of Ohio's Vacationland.

THE DISTRICT

The Margaretta Local School District serves approximately twelve hundred (1200) students in grades pre-K through 12. It is comprised of two learning facilities: Margaretta Elementary houses the system's primary students in preschool - grade 5. Margaretta Middle/High School provides programs for students in grades 6-8 and 9-12.

The Margaretta Local School District sponsors Townsend Community School (TCS). Townsend provides a high quality education to its students and contributes significantly to Ohio's effort to provide quality education options to at-risk children through a vigorous, creative community-school program that prepares students for the 21st century.

SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION

Elmer Lippert
Kent Miller
Paul Schoenegge
Brian Sutorius
Andrew Warner

The Margaretta Local Board of Education welcomes you to its public meeting and expresses its appreciation for your interest in its work and schools. Regular meetings of the Board of Education are held on the third Monday of the month at 6:00 p.m. and located at the Board of Education Office, 305 South Washington St. Specific dates, agendas and minutes are located on the district website.

 

District Calendar

"The Bear Facts" District Newsletter

District Mission

The MARGARETTA LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT will deliver an education that supports academic achievement, in a safe environment, that provides the knowledge and skills needed to be college and career ready.

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