MRHS Today's Topics - May 10, 2016

Tue, 05/10/2016 - 4:53pm

Athletic Schedule Updates

Wednesday 5/11
Boys Lacrosse Playoffs - Marriotts Ridge at Glenelg  7pm  All admission $6.00  MPSSAA passes only

Thursday 5/12  5 pm                                                                                                                                                                            Softball Sectional Playoffs - Winters Mill at Marriotts Ridge  Thursday 5/12  5:00

Friday 5/13  6pm -                                                                                                                                                                                     Girls Lacrosse Sectional Playoff - Reservoir/Winters Mill winner at Marriotts Ridge  All admission $6.00  MPSSAA passes only


BABY I'M A STAR-an evening of student choreographed works
Friday May 13
7 pm
Pre Sale Tickets $6 during lunch shifts 5/11-5/13
at door $8


An opportunity from the Horizon Foundation:

Do you want to be on TV or help produce a series of commercials?

Are you a high school student or young adult age 14–24? Are you funny or creative? We Want YOU! This is a great opportunity for anyone that has on-screen talent or behind the scenes energy for a commercial series challenging the marketing tactics of the sugary drink industry. The series will air to residents of Howard County, Maryland.

 There are numerous ways to participate: on screen actors, idea-generators, organizers, event planners, extras, on-site filmers, social media experts, and community advocates. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY to showcase your skills and talents and get experience for the future!

 Event Name:  Horizon Foundation’s Open Casting Call

Date:  Saturday, May 21, 2016

Audition Slots Available: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

How to sign up: Visit to sign up for an audition time and/or check interest in other support roles

Auditions/Participation Open To: Students age 14-24 years interested in acting AND behind the scenes roles

Location:  Howard High School (Theater)

Location Address:  8700 Old Annapolis Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21043

Responsibilities: Show up at designated audition time

Food available for volunteers:  Snacks will be available

What to wear:  comfortable

NHS/SSL Hours Available:  YES – for audition; YES – for future time spent on this project

Registration deadline:  Students should register ASAP for preferred time slot

Event Coordinator, phone, email:  Glenn Schneider or call 443-766-1217


721 pounds of meds and several boxes of “sharps” (needles, syringes, and EpiPens) were collected and 130 personal medication storage boxes were given away for free at the HC DrugFree location in the Wilde Lake Village Center within 4 hours on Saturday, April 30. Thank you to the hundreds of residents who participated in this drive-thru service and removed these items from youth and your families. HC DrugFree has ordered 500 additional storage boxes and plans to hold another meds and sharps collection in the fall. For more information, visit and go to Events or 

HC DrugFree's Teen Advisory Council Meeting will be on Monday, May 23 at 5:30 PM at The Barn in the Oakland Mills Village Center. Feel free to bring your high school friends! Parents are welcome to join us. Please let us know if you can attend and how many you will be bringing so that we can order enough pizza for everyone.


The Activities and Athletics Fair for incoming freshmen will be held on Friday, June 3rd, 2016, from 8:30 am to 10:20 am. This is an opportunity for all teams, clubs and student organizations to meet with and distribute information to next year's freshmen class. Please contact your coach or club advisor to sign-up for a table at the fair by Friday, May 27th. Questions about the fair can be directed to Ms. Shaina McQueen (


Early birds sign up now!!  Join in the fun at Marriotts Ridge!!!

Registration is now open for the Marriotts Ridge Booster summer sports and music camps.  For a complete list and registration information, check out the website:

Register now, early registration until May 15, 2016


The Social Studies Department is in search of parent volunteers to help with an American Government financial literacy simulation through The Junior Achievement Personal Finance Experience.  Two Howard County high schools are selected each year to participate in this worthwhile program that runs students through a simulation geared toward making some of the significant financial decisions that they will encounter as adults.  No experience is necessary to volunteer.

The simulation will take place on Friday, May 27, 2016 in the MRHS Cafeteria from 7:45AM to 10:30AM.