Welcome to the School District of Marshfield
The School District of Marshfield offers a comprehensive public education for all students from 4K through 12th grade. We have a tradition of excellence in our district that reflects the dedication and talents of our professional and support staff. Our schools are ranked among the state's and nation's best by national publications. By working as a team, all district employees are commited to ensuring the success of our students while instilling a love of learning and achievement, a strong work ethic, self-discipline and respect for self and others.Learn More
May 08, 2013
Tiger Hall of Fame Nominations Due
The Marshfield Athletic Hall of Fame will annually recognize and honor outstanding achievements of individuals, coaches, and contributors to the athletic program who have promoted the growth of athletics in the Marshfield School District. This group will display to our students and community the athletic accomplishments of individuals who have been instrumental in creating an excellent athletic tradition at Marshfield High School.
Nominees can be former Athletes, Coaches or Administrators, and Community Members.
Athletes—must have been awarded a minimum of one varsity letter at MHS; moral character, good citizenship, and academic performance during the high school and post high school years; must have graduated a minimum of 10 years ago; outstanding athletic achievement at MHS as well as collegiate or professional accomplishments will be considered.
Coaches/Administrators—minimum of three year separation from coaching; good charcter and citizenship; 10 years of coaching, coaching record, and contributions to the program and MHS are selection criteria
Community Members--- outstanding contributions to Marshfield Athletic Programs; made an impact on the athletic program for the Marshfield School District
All nominations must be on file by May 31st of each year. Forms can be picked up in the High School main office or can be found on the Marshfield High School website under Hall of Fame on the left side of the high school page. This years Hall of Fame induction and ceremony will be October 4th and 5th, 2013. If you have any questions please contact Marshfield High School Athletic Director, Nathan DeLany at 715-387-8464 or email@example.com
April 29, 2013
Marshfield One of Nation's TOP AFS Schools
AFS-USA has announced the recipients of its “2013 Top AFS School” awards. Schools honored with this inaugural award have partnered with AFS in a variety of ways to foster global citizenship through intercultural learning - both inside and outside of the classroom - from hosting international students, sending students abroad, and working with AFS-USA to incorporating intercultural and experiential learning opportunities into their curriculum.
From the AFS/USA website
The high schools selected from around the country for this public recognition are making a profound difference in the lives of students and in society at large. The ability to speak another language, to navigate in a different cultural context, and to marshal a global perspective are skills that today’s students need to succeed in our increasingly interdependent world.
“We’re so thankful and proud to work in educational partnership with these schools,” said Tonya Muro, the Director of School Outreach at AFS-USA. “Today’s AFS is so much more than international educational exchange. Together with schools, AFS is bringing global competencies and key 21st century skills to students, teachers, and the greater community.”
Top AFS/USA programs by state: click here
April 23, 2013
MHS Welders Place First-Honors for Behling
The Marshfield High School Welding Program scored the highest raking in the Central Wisconsin Area after we took first place in a regional welding competition put on by A&B Process Systems. Eighteen schools competed this year and it's the first time MHS students scored first after 3 years in a row of scoring second.
Luke Behling of Marshfield placed 3rd overall out of over 100 schools at the State SkillsUSA Precision Machining Competition. This marks the first time in school history that Marshfield Scored in the top 3 in this competition.
Thirteen Marshfield High School Seniors are currently working part time for local manufacturing companies and ALL 13 have been offered full-time employment upon graduation from high school.