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Marshfield High School Main Office - 715-387-8464

Marshfield High School Main Office - 715-387-8464


Jakob Bohman - Dani Bender

Adam Fravert - Patty Jo Bloczynski

Jon Hardinger - Mallory Dragt

Zach Haupt - Olivia Haessly

Nick Hoheisel - Skylar Sautter

Zach McManus - Mckayla Scheuer

Mason Metz - Emily Serchen




Thursday, October 8th

Meetings will be held with each individual class to explain the week and provide expectations.

Period 1 - Freshmen

Period 3 - Seniors

Period 8 - Juniors

Period 9 - Sophomores

Friday, October 9th

During 2nd period students MUST sign up for the various activities that will take place on Friday, October 16th between 8:50-10:24.

Sunday, October 11th

4:30 PM - MHS Lip Dub - This event will consist of interested clubs/activities/sports lip synching and dancing while showcasing MHS and their particular group.

6:45 PM - Bonfire & DJ - This event will officially kick off Homecoming week for MHS!  Come enjoy the fire and the music with a fire heat theme!  The bonfire will be located on the grass close to Becker Road.

Monday, October 12th - JERSEY DAY

6:30 PM - Powder-puff Football @ Beell Stadium - Seniors vs Juniors Flag Football

Tuesday, October 13th - DENIM DAY

7:00 PM - Girls Varsity Volleyball vs DC Everest

Wednesday, October 14th - WHAT ARE THOSE???? DAY

5:00-9:00 PM - Class Float Building

Thursday, October 15th - BREAST CANCER AWARENESS DAY

4:00 PM - Boys Varsity Soccer at Griese Park

Friday, October 16th - TIGER SPIRIT DAY

6:30-8:30 AM - All School Pancake Breakfast by the FFA

8:43-8:50 AM - Students will report to their period 2 class

8:50-10:24 AM - Students will report to the activities they signed up for from the folloiwng:

  • Sidewalk Chalk
  • Bago Tournament
  • Finish Float Building
  • Dodge Ball
  • Movie
  • Video Gaming
  • Punt/Pass/Kick
  • Let's Blowup a Car
  • Basketball Tournament
  • Volleyball
  • Badminton
  • Rock Wall
  • Guitar Jam/Open Mike
  • Kickball
  • Zumba
  • Iron Chef of MHS
  • Knitting Room (bring your own needles)
  • Book Club
  • Food Can Castle Building
  • Disc Golf (bring your own discs)
  • Chess/Risk/Monopoly
  • The Pool
  • Weight Training
  • Archery

10:25-10:54 AM - Period 4 lunch & class

10:59-11:29 AM - Period 5 lunch & class

11:34 AM-12:04 PM - Period 6 lunch & class

12:09-12:39 PM - Period 7 lunch & class

12:44-1:00 PM - Period 8 class until they are released by grade level for the All School Run.

1:40ish-3:00 PM - Pep Assembly

4:30 PM - Parade from MHS to Beell Stadium

7:00 PM - Homecoming Football Game at Beell Stadium vs Fond Du Lac

Saturday, October 17th

8:00 PM- Midnight - Homecoming Dance - Coronation at 9:00 PM




October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and as part of our partnership with the Personal Development Center, we will be conducting prevention and safety presentations for all high school students October 12 through 15.  Please see your Skyward Message Board for additional information and an option for opting out.











Congratulations to Andrew Hastreiter who competed at the national Skills USA competition for the second year in a row in the Electronic Technology competition.  Last year he took seventh place, but this year he really outdid himself and took FIRST place.  He completed against about 40 of the best high school students from around the U.S. in electronics

Congratulations to Michael Gui who received a perfect score of 36 on the June ACT and a perfect score of 12 on the Plus Writing portion.  Roll Tiger!

2015 Video Contest Winners

The National Ocean Sciences Bowl and the National Marine Educators Association are pleased to announce the final winners the 2015 “Living on the Ocean Planet” Video Contest.

There were some excellent entries, but the National winner is “Oil in the Oceans” by Michelle Fernandez, Patrick Dolan and Marissa Zaleski from Marshfield High School. Through creative visualization and an educational storyline, “Oil in the Oceans” addresses human reliance on oil trade and consumption and explains the effects of oil spills, runoff and fuel leaks on marine ecosystems.

Oil in the Oceans


The Washington Post rated Marshfield High School #2 in Wisconsin for America’s Most Challenging High Schools.


From WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio:

The Washington Post has ranked what it considers the top high schools in the country when it comes to challenging their students. Topping the list of Wisconsin schools is Eastbrook Academy (#175 national ranking), a small voucher school on Milwaukee's north side. Next is Marshfield High School (#346) in Marshfield, with Milwaukee's Rufus King (#504)  placing third. About 30 other Wisconsin high schools made the national list, with most located in Milwaukee County or surrounding counties. The Post bases its rankings on the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and Advanced International Certificate of Education tests the school administers, divided by its number of graduates. 

How great is this??? Well, based on the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. (2012). Digest of Education Statistics, 2011 (NCES 2012-001), there are 24,651 public high schools in the United States. To put this into perspective, a ranking of 346 puts us in the top 1.4% of all high schools.  

Marshfield High School has been recognized by the Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council (WAPAC) as a Pacesetter School in Advanced Placement.  Based on the below criteria the school received a level 1, 2, or 3 award.

Level 1 % taking exams > 30% and % of scores 3 or above > 70%.
Level 2 % taking exams > 20% and % of scores 3 or above > 65%.
Level 3 % taking exams > 10% and % of scores 3 or above > 60%.

The impetus of this recognition is to recognize access and excellence regarding Advanced Placement.  Pacesetter schools have provided impressive student access to AP courses and posted excellent AP exam results.  The Pacesetter Award is unique to Wisconsin and emerged from WAPAC members who felt that many outstanding school districts in our state lacked recognition for AP excellence. In particular, WAPAC was interested in highlighting districts that are seldom recognized for their excellence in AP. The data for the WAPAC award is readily available at http://wise.dpi.wi.gov/about-data-ap-exams. WAPAC’s goal is to focus on increasing participation by recognizing Pacesetters or leaders in AP to encourage other districts to promote both access and excellence.

The Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council is comprised of Wisconsin secondary and collegiate educators who are dedicated to expanding access to AP coursework and rigorous learning for all college bound students.

Michele McCune
Executive Assistant
626 E Slifer Street, 
Portage, WI 53901


Friday, September 25th we will be hosting our first ever Booster Dash 5K Fun Run at Beell Stadium!  The race starts at 6 PM.

The 3rd Annual Booster Bash Dinner/Auction will be held on Saturday, September 26th from 6-11 PM in the Youth Building at the Marshfield Fairgrounds.  Dinner will be served from 6:30-8 PM.  (Must be 21 to attend).  The night will include a DJ, Chinese Raffles, Silent Auctions, Live Auction, Games and Cash Prizes!!! Tickets are $30 at the door.  Raffle tickets are $10.  Drawing will be held at 10 PM, grand prize is $1000.

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