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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.

The Washington Post has again ranked Marshfield High School among the best in the nation! Read More
 

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March 30, 2014

Open Enrollment Applications Due by April 30

Wisconsin's Open Enrollment (School Choice) period for parents who would like to enroll a son or daughter at a school in another school district next year, begins on February 3, 2014, and ends April 30, 2014.

The application process begins February 3 online at http://oe.dpi.wi.gov/ If you have any questions, please contact Tacey Doine or Anne Barlow at the Board of Education Office – 715-387-1101, ext. 1109.  Applications for Open Enrollment are only available at the online address above.

March 14, 2014

District Calendar 2014-2015

School Board Approved           2014-2015 District Calendar

November 07, 2013

MHS Leads State in AP Scholars

The College Board has recognized 175 students at Marshfield High School as recipients of AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement (AP) program exams.  The College Board’s AP Program provides willing and academically prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school.  Those who perform well on the AP exams can earn college credit, advanced placement, or both.

Jennifer Kaiser, daughter of Brian and Jean Kaiser of Marshfield, earned the title of 2013 AP State Scholar for Wisconsin.  The designation of AP State Scholar is granted to the one female and one male student in each U.S. state and the District of Columbia, who has taken the greatest number of AP exams and has the highest average score on those exams.  Ms. Kaiser, who completed 19 exams during her tenure at Marshfield High School, continues an impressive State Scholar tradition that began in 1999.  She is the 12th Marshfield High School graduate to earn the title.  She is currently attending the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.  No other public high school in Wisconsin has produced more AP State Scholars than Marshfield High School.

The College Board also recognized 159 other Marshfield High School Students as National  Scholars, Scholars with Distinction, Scholars with Honors, and Scholars, one of the largest groups since the inception of the AP program.

A steady increase in the number of AP Scholars has occurred in the last 10 years, even with a significant decline in total enrollment at MHS.  At Marshfield High School, 40 percent of the 402 students tested in 2013 earned the AP Scholar title, compared to 20 percent of the 2.2 million high school students tested worldwide.  An extensive awards ceremony will be conducted in honor of all 2013 MHS AP Scholars on Wednesday, January 7, 2014 from 5:30 to 7 pm in the Marshfield High School Library.

Most of the nation’s colleges, universities and technical colleges award credit, advanced placement, or both, based on successful performance on the AP Exams.  More than 1,400 institutions award a full year’s credit (sophomore standing) or more to students presenting a sufficient number of qualifying AP test scores.  In 2013, MHS offered AP courses in 28 subjects.  Four hundred and forty-nine students took 1073 exams during the first two weeks of May.  In the Marshfield High School graduating class of 2013, 41% of the graduates took at least one AP exam and scored a 3 or better.  A score of 3 is generally required to receive some type of college credit.  The highest possible score on an AP exam is a  5.

National Scholars must earn a score of 4 or better on at least 8 exams and have an average score of at least 4.0 on all exams taken.  Students who qualified as National Scholars are Issac Accola, Abigail Coleman, Alma Farooque, Nolan Hall, Olivia Heegeman, Laura Josephson, Adrian Kaiser, Jennifer Kaiser, Lena Law, Susan Luo, Muhammad Raza, Nolan Redetzke, Brett Roeglin, Anna Roselle, Neehal Shukla, Shane Simenstad, Jason Stone, Joe Tarter, Katrina Vobora, Camille Warner, Jennifer Weier, and Ashley Zimmermann.

Sixty-five students qualified for the AP Scholars with Distinction Award by earning an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams.  These students are Issac Accola, Chelsea Akin, Allison Barth, Jillian Behling, Nicholas Benson, Abigail Coleman, Stuart Deets, Ashely Duerr, Neil Dums, Alexis Dzikowich, Erica Ede, Alma Farooque, Michelle Fernandez, Molly Field, Jack Gellerman, Austin Gilbert, Kayley Gripentrog, Alison Gruen, James Gui, Nolan Hall, Tanner Hayes, Olivia Heegeman, Anna Hilbelink, Gary Hill, Maggie Huettl, Graeme Jacobson, Laura Josephson, Adrian Kaiser, Jennifer Kaiser, Rachel Koehler, James Kollross, Bradley Krueger, Lena Law, Robert Leggon, Susan Luo, Bryce Marion, Mitchell Martin, Matthew McCann, Casey McHugh, Camilo Mesa, Tori Nanstad, Lara Prebble, Benjamin Rall, Muhammad Raza, Nolan Redetzke, Brett Roeglin, Anna Roselle, Dakota Schlough, Rishabh Sharma, Neehal Shukla, Shane Simenstad, Phillip Smith, Jason Stone, Joe Tarter, Maithy Tyler, Katrina Vobora, Zachary Voelker, Cameron Vrana, Samantha Wagner, Camille Warner, Jennifer Weier, Gunnar Wilhelm, Annie Yao, Ashley Zimmermann, and Lucas Zuiker.

Thirty-five students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.  These students are Maria Brix, Melissa Brix, Austin Chong, Hatley Christensen, Sarah Claessens, Brendan Colby, Pierce Ducsay, Kegan Fassler, Miranda Forrest, Johanne Friedli, Megan Gilbertson, Zachary Gilbertson, Emma Holbrook, Kailey Hubler, Monica Kieke, Nolan Kupfer, Claire Lafferty, Nathan Law, Carolyn Lovelace, Rachael Luchterhand, Chelsea Marcoe, Allison Mitchell, Meghan Padron, Alison Reigel, Andrew Riesterer, Mercedes Schlinsog, Maggie Schreiner, Kate Schumitsch, Matthew Shulman, Anastasia Stamas, Ryan Trierweiler, Charlotte Urban, Olivia Valenza, Andrew Waldo, and Andrew Wittman.

Seventy-five students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Exams with scores of 3 or higher.  These students include Michelle Aspeslet, Ashlynn Babbitts, Courtney Bauer, Kelly Begotka, Tim Benson, Jenna Berg, Joshua Berres, Nathan Borchart, Bennett Bremer, Josie Brown, Alissa Burkhart, Leah Cherney, Elizabeth Claessens, Margaret Denowski, Patrick Dolan, Don Duong, Ellie Fehrenbach, Laura Fritsche, Logan Frodl, Thomas Gershman, Laren Gilbertson, Zachary Hardinger, Kody Hastreiter, Ryan Hayes, Anna Herkert, Sarah Herkert, Kristalena Herman, Noah Iniguez, Cosette Kaster, Madeline Koehn, Thomas Kruger, Tyalin Lavongsa, Zachary Leggon, Jacob Limmex, Megan Marotz, Hannah Marsch, Raymond McConnell, Morgan McHugh, Jay Mehta, Caitlin Michaelis, Trevor Neufeld, Heidi Olson, Susan Omoba, Tayman Ott, Bryanna Pawlicki, Kelsea Peterson, Jordan Porter, Kailey Pritzl, Jessica Ramirez, McKenna Reed, Alex Saintreme, Lillian Schmidt, Nolan Schmidt, Jennifer Schmitz, Brennan Schmoll, McKenna Schulz, Aaron Schwecke, Miranda Snortheim, Nelson Spindler, Jessi Sprehn, Tiffany Stargardt, Ashleigh Sternitzky, Devon Stewart, Nickolas Thornton, Courtney Thumann, Olivia Tierney, Kohl Van Oudenhoven, Quinn Van Oudenhoven, Hunter Welch, Cole Wesolowski, Cameron White, Josh Wix, Craig Zalizniak, Mitchell Zillman, and Carlee Zygarlicke.

 

Marshfield AP Scholar Historical Trends

 

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Scholars

12

18

30

36

46

46

59

61

64

75

69

75

Scholars with Honor

7

11

17

18

27

28

28

31

30

28

22

35

Scholar with Distinction

16

12

36

25

38

45

40

49

65

77

69

65

National Scholars

0

3

10

14

9

16

16

11

9

27

26

22

State Scholars

 

 

1*

1*

 

2*

2*

2*

1*

0

1

1

Total AP Scholars

**45

**41

**83

**79

**111

119

127

141

159

180

160

175

MHS Total Enrollment

1542

1487

1481

1319

1369

1359

1345

1318

1261

1236

1212

1219

 

*State Scholars also counted in National Scholar

**based on past AP Scholar calculations by the College Board “the Total AP Scholars” double counted “AP National Scholars”.  The “Total AP Scholars” calculations have been adjusted from 2002-2006 to reflect the current College Board calculations. 

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Upcoming Events

April 23 - Wednesday
Deadline to register in Guidance for 4/24 Accuplacer Exam
Knowledge Quest Day
Forestry Class
Open after 3:00 pm only
Walk to School Wednesday (meet at 7:10 start walking at 7:25)
Scoliosis Screening (grade 6 girls only)
April 24 - Thursday
Accuplacer Exam
Spring Musical Concert Grades 3 & 4 @ 7:00 @ Lincoln
Electrical Safety Assemblies for Gr. 4 and 5; 1:45 Tornado Drill
N~ Gr 3 - Planetarium - Stevens Point 8am-2pm
State Wide Tornado Drill 1:00-1:10
April 25 - Friday
Mr. Fischer Grade 6 11:30
6:30 a.m - 6:30 p.m. 4th Gr. to Madison; Banking Day
College Day for Kids
College for Kids grade 6
Open after 3:00 pm only
N~ Knowledge Quest
Grade 4 to Madison WI
Spring Fling Dance 6:00-8:30p.m.
Burkhart--Mfld Municipal Airport Field Trip--8:30-10:45
08:30 AM - Grade 3 to UWSP -Planetarium and Museum
09:00 AM - Trulen-Madison-1st
April 26 - Saturday
Prom 8-12
April 27 - Sunday
MACY Post Prom Lock In @ Roger's Cinema 12-4
April 28 - Monday
Leadership Banquet, River Edge 5:30-7:30 p.m. for 6th Gr. Leadership Academy
Leadership Banquet-RiverEdge 5:30-7:30 for Leadership Academy
Leadership Team Banquet @ River Edge 5:30-7:30
Leadership Banquiet RiverEdge 5:30-7:30
N~ Gr K-2 - Wildwood Program- AM
N~ Gr 6 - Leadership Banquet - 5:30-7:30PM
Puberty Workshop (girls only) LMC 6:00-8:00 PM
April 29 - Tuesday
3Leonhard & 3Miller UW Stevens Point Planetarium Trip 8:00-2:30
Zoo Day
Puberty Workshop (boys) LMC 6:00-8:00 PM
April 30 - Wednesday
Last Day to Apply for Open Enrollment - must be entered on website by 4 PM
Walk to School Wednesday (meet at 7:10 start walking at 7:25)
May 1 - Thursday
Grade 4 Field Trip to Madison 6:30 AM - 4:00 PM
3 Southworth & 3 Bauer UW Stevens Point Planetarium Trip
Kindergarten Wildwood Zoo Trip 9:00-10:00
Grade 2 Wildwood Zoo Trip 10:00-11:15
Grade 1 Wildwood Zoo Trip (11:00-2:15)
May 2 - Friday
Mr. Corcoran grade 1 11:10
N~ Gr 2 - School Forest (8:00 - 2:00)
N~ Gr 4 - Madison Trip
Lincoln School Carnival 4:30-7:30
"Hawaiian Day"
Open after 2:00 pm only
N~ Gr 5 - Heritage Hill Trip
All school field trip to Marshfield Zoo.
Grant Skate Night 6:00-9:00 PM (Pre Purchased Tickets Required)
07:00 AM - 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.- Grade 5 to Hertiage Hill in Green Bay
08:15 AM - Guldan-Nasonville-2nd
May 3 - Saturday
State Solo & Ensemble @ UWSP
SAT Exam
May 5 - Monday
AP Chem & AP Env Sci Exams AM; AP Psych PM
Officer Friendly Visits K - 6th Grade Classes; Progress Reports Sent Home for At Risk Students
PTO Culver'sTeacher Night 5:00-8:00 PM
May 6 - Tuesday
AP Comp Sci A & Spanish Exams AM; AP Art History PM
Elem Band and Orchestra Concert 7:30 High School
7:30 Elementary Band/Orchestra Concert at MHS
PTO Meeting in the LMC @ 6:00 p.m.
Elementary Instrumental Music Concert @ 7:30 at High School
Elementary Band & Orchestra Concert 7:30 @ High School
May 7 - Wednesday
AP Calc AB & BC Exams AM
Open after 2:30 pm only
Walk to School Wednesday (meet at 7:10 start walking at 7:25)
3rd Grade Visits City Hall
N~ Gr 3 - School Forest
08:00 AM - Kelly-Nasonville-3rd
May 8 - Thursday
AP Eng Lit Exam AM
Dopp-AP Chem-HS
Strings Spring Concert
N~ Gr 3 - Walking Tour of Marshfield
Open after 3:00 pm only
May 9 - Friday
AP Eng Lang Exam AM; AP Stats Exam PM & Studio Art Portfolios Due today
Regular Fee Deadline to register for 6/7 SAT & 6/14 ACT
Safety Patrol to Cedar Creek Water Park; Last Banking Day
Open after 3:00 pm only
N~ Gr 2 Schauer - Reed Old Time School
N~ Gr 1 - Reader's Theater/Mother's Day Program
08:15 AM - Dopp-AP Chem.-HS
May 11 - Sunday
Grant Tiger Choir performs at the Mother's DayArt Fair @ Senior High 2:00 pm
May 12 - Monday
AP Biology & Music Theory Exams AM; Physics B & C PM
Spring Concert grades 4 & 5 / Grant Tiger Choir @ 6:30 PM
Project Graduation 2014 Meeting 6:30 in Beebee Forum Room at Public Library
Join the Band Meeting @ 7:00 pm @ High School Auditorium
"Join the Band" Meeting for current 5th Grade or older 7:00 @ High School Auditorium
May 13 - Tuesday
AP Gov & Pol Exam AM; AP Human Geog & French PM
PTO Meeting @ 3:00 in LMC
6:30 PTO Meeting
Open after 3:00 pm only
Grade 2 Braem Park 12:15-2:30
Join the Orchestra Meeting @ 7:00 pm @ Hight School Auditorium
"Join the Orchestra" Meeting for current 4th Grade or older 7:00 @ High School
Grade 1 to School Forest
6th Grade MMS Tour (A-J) 12:15-2:00
08:15 AM - Hiltunen-Lincoln-1st
May 14 - Wednesday
AP German & APUSH Exams AM; European Hist PM
Band Concert in Auditorium
Deadline to register in Guidance for 5/15 Accuplacer Exam
3rd Gr. Visits the Police and Fire Stations; 7:30 PM School Board Mtg.
Can Collection
Open after 3:00 pm only
Walk to School Wednesday (meet at 7:10 start walking at 7:25)
Grade 3 to the Lucille Tack Center
N ~ Gr 4 - Farm Day
Grade 4 Norm-e-Lanes 9:00-2:30
Grant Tiger Choir to sing National Anthem @ School Board Meeting
6th Grade MMS Tour (K-Z) 12:15-2:00
08:00 AM - St. Johns
May 15 - Thursday
AP Macro & World Hist Exams AM; AP Micro PM
Accuplacer Exam
Recycling Day!
Grade 3 Walking tour Downtown 8:55-2:30
Grant Show Case
N~ PTO Meeting 6:30-8pm - LMC
Grade 6 Middle School Tour 12:10-2:30
Grant Tiger Choir performs @ Grant Showcase @ 6:00
Grand Recorder Karate performs @ Grant Showcase @ 6:15
May 16 - Friday
AP Comp Gov & Pol Exam AM
Bulgrin/Ogna-Wash.-5th
Last Day for Seniors
Open after 3:00 pm only
Grade 6 Safety Patrol to WI Dells 600a.m.-6:00p.m.
N~ Gr 2 Guldan - Reed Old Time School
Mrs. Trulen grade 1 parent lunch 11:00
2nd Grade Melody Gardens 12:00-2:30
08:00 AM - 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.Grade 5 to School Forest
May 19 - Monday
Spring Choir Concert 7:30 PM in Auditorium
Open after 3:00 pm only
Safety Patrol Recognition 8:00
Safety Patrol rewards trip to Rosebowl 9:15 - 11:45
N~ Gr 1 - School Forest
Grade 1 Portfolio Nigh 4:30-6:00p.m. Classroom
08:00 AM - Voss/Krall-Nasonville-1st
May 20 - Tuesday
N~ Gr 5-6 - End of Year Concert - 7pm - Gym
Grade 3 School Forest 8:05-2:15
Open after 3:00 pm only
Safety Patrol Recognition @ 1:15 p.m.
08:00 AM - Beil-Larson/Kundinger-Madison-3rd
08:30 AM - 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. 4T Visits Reed School
May 21 - Wednesday
Open after 3:00 pm only
Walk to School Wednesday (meet at 7:10 start walking at 7:25)
S.A.I.L. Art Workshop @ High School
N ~ Gr 6 - Middle School Tour - afternoon
08:30 AM - 8:00 Safety Patrol Recognition; 8:30-2:30 4B Visits Reed School; 6th Gr. SAIL Art at MHS
12:00 PM - Cooper-Wash.-K
07:00 PM - Awards Night - 7:00 PM in Audtiorium
May 22 - Thursday
Graduation Rehearsal in Fieldhouse 1:00 PM until approximately 2:30
Can Collection @ Grant
Open after 3:00 pm only
N~ Math Fair
Grade 3 City Walking Tour
Grade 6 Safety Patrol Recognition 8:00 in the gym
Author Day grade 1 2:00-2:30
Grade 2 to the School Forest
08:15 AM - Baierl, Fravert, Fischer-Lincoln-2nd
May 23 - Friday
Christensen-Madison-K
Kdg school forest 8:15-12:15
N~ Gr 6 - Track and Field Day
N~ Can Collection for Wildwood Zoo
6th Grade Track & Field Day @ MMS
4 Christensen Reed School Field Trip 8:15 - 2:00
6th Grade Track Day
Open after 3:00 pm only
Grade 3 Cemetary Tour
Grade 3 Cemetery Tour 9:00-11:00 AM
Grade 6 Track & Field Day