By Appointment Only
You must sign up in advance for these with our Athletic Trainer, Carly Hayes. Send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to sign up. She will not accept anyone who has not reserved a spot. Please let her know the specific date and time. Bring the necessary paperwork which can be found on the Marriotts Ridge website at http://mrhs.hcpss.org/athletics Other testing dates will be offered in early August, see information on the school website at http://mrhs.hcpss.org/sites/default/files/2017%20Fall%20Sports%20Information.pdf
Fall Sports season begins on August 9, 2017 and includes Allied Soccer, Cheer, Cross Country, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, and Volleyball. Information that will be helpful to parents/guardians and students as you prepare for the upcoming fall sports season can be found by clicking here. This information includes required paperwork, Varsity head coach names and emails, practice start dates/times, and Concussion Testing dates.
Is your son or daughter signed up for Concussion Testing at Marriott’s Ridge High School June 5th and 6th? Need something to do while you wait? Get in the Spirit and stop by the Hitching Post to check out our selection of MRHS Spirit Wear. The Hitching Post is located in the commons at the bottom of the main staircase
Next Steps: Empowering Students with the Tools
to be College & Career Ready
Tuesday, June 6 from 6-8:30 p.m.
MRHS Student Services will be hosting a mini-College and Career Fair which will be held 6:00 – 6:45 pm in The Commons. Representatives from Stevenson University, Howard Community College, UMBC, Paul Mitchell, Shippensburg, TranZed Apprenticeship Services, U.S. Marine Corps, and Chatham University will be available.
Workshops will be 30 minutes long, beginning at 7:00 pm, offering three different session rotations. Topics include: Junior Parent Information, College and Career Exploration: Naviance, The Community College Experience, Writing Effective College Essays, Navigating a Successful Admissions Process, SAT/ACT-Breaking Down the Differences, TranZed Apprenticeship Opportunities, Financial Aid (FAFSA), and the University of Maryland Army ROTC.
All students must take their final exams. It is HCPSS policy to not give exams before the assigned date.
Exam dates will be:
June 9 – Period 1
June 12 – Periods 2 and 3
June 13 – Periods 4A and 4B
June 14 – Periods 5 and 6
As a reminder, June 9 is a full day of school and June 12-14 have early dismissal at 11:10 a.m. For daily bell schedule, click here.
End of Year Medication Information
This is a reminder from the Health Room that all medications and supplies must be picked up by a parent or guardian before Wednesday, June 14 at 12:30 p.m. Any medication not picked up will be disposed of according to HCPSS policy.
2017-2018 Medication Forms Information:
Medication forms for the 2017-2018 school year will be sent home soon or can be picked up from the Health Room. Please have all medication forms completed, dated, and signed by the physician after July 01, 2017. All over the counter medications must arrive in a new, unopened container with a medication form completed by the physician.
Summer School Students:
If your student is attending summer school and currently has medications, you may pick them up from the Health Room, bring them to the summer school location.
Free Immunization Clinics will be offered through the HoCo Health Department on 6/28, 7/5, and 7/12 from 9am-3pm on a walk-in basis in the Severn Room at 8930 Stanford Blvd., Columbia. You will receive documentation to share with your child’s doctor and school. Click here for more information.
Please contact the Health Room with any concerns 410-313-5419.
Parents are required to notify the school if they have moved, even if the move is within the Marriotts Ridge school district. Final report cards are mailed home marked “Return Service Requested” indicated the USPS will not forward to another address. If you are moving out of state or to another county, the new school will need copies of your student records.
A change of address form is required along with the following residency documents: Deed/Settlement or Lease AND a Utility Bill for the new address. Please contact Ms. Deison in Student Services at 410-313-5446 with any address change or questions.
Wednesday, June 7 from 5-9 PM
9120 Baltimore National Pike
Bring in the flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you are supporting the cause for 50% of proceeds to be donated.
Please visit the Community News and Programs page on the HCPSS website for announcements of upcoming events and programs sponsored by non-profit organizations.