MRHS Upcoming Events
*Times and dates subject to change. For most up-to-date information, please refer to GoFan.com
Maryland Seal of Biliteracy Program for Class of 2024
The Maryland Seal of Biliteracy (SoBL) is an honor that recognizes students who have achieved high proficiency levels in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in English and any of the 108 languages approved by the Maryland State Department of Education. Members of the Class of 2024 interested in earning the SoBL are encouraged to read this flier and to apply by March 1, 2024. Please direct questions to our school’s SoBL Point of Contact, Ms. Sydney Littmann, at email@example.com
Howard County Public Library Events
11/14 at 7:00 PM: Teen Tinkering Tuesdays: Intro to 3D Printing
Imagine, design, and create. Teen specific beginner class for 3D printing. Meet Athena & Metis our Glenwood Makerspace Makerbot 3D printers, learn the basic parts of our 3D printers, and walk through a Tinkercad tutorial "How to 3D print a Nametag in Tinkercad". Pick up your custom made name tag 2 days after class completion. This class is taught by University of Maryland outreach instructor. Registration required.
11/18 at 1:00 PM: Game On: Super Smash Bros Tournament!
Showcase your Super Smash Bros: Ultimate skills on the Nintendo Switch in our Smash Bros Tournament! Compete in a friendly competition against your peers for a prize. Sign up ahead of time to reserve your spot in the bracket.
11/20 at 1:30 PM: Adobe After Effects: Animation
Students will discover the power of creating customized animations for their videos. Under the guidance of a seasoned HiTech instructor, participants will master the art of using keyframes to control motion and effects over time, resulting in precise and captivating animations.
11/30 at 6:00 PM: Teen Book Club
Join us for Glenwood's Teen Book Club to read and discuss alongside fellow teen bookworms! This month, we will be reading Legendborn by Tracy Deonn.
MRHS GT Research Parent/Student Info. Night December 18 at 7pm Via Zoom
Monday, December 18, 2023 at 7:00PM via Zoom (see meeting info. below). We will discuss the 2024-25 GT Intern-Mentor and GT independent Research classes.
Among the colleges that some of our GT Research graduates have attended in recent years are: Princeton, MIT, Univ. of Penn., Duke Univ., Johns Hopkins, UMCP Honors Program, UVA, USAF Academy, Northwestern U., Michigan, Wake Forest, and Tufts U., to name a few. Would your child be interested in that type of a college?
Would your child be interested in a Mentor class where they would have the opportunity to do college level research?
Would it be helpful to your child to have a portfolio of original research and a recommendation from a professional to show to college admissions officers?
Would an Independent Research class where scholarly research is done in conjunction with an adviser in that field benefit your student?
Would it benefit your child to have a class where they choose their area of study so they can go beyond what a normal or even an AP class can offer them?
Does a Mentor class where your student would work on-site with a professional in their chosen field of study sound like something your student would enjoy?
If you answered “Yes!” to any of these questions, please attend the G/T Information Night via Zoom (see below for meeting info.) on December 18, 2023 at 7pm to learn more about the G/T Research program at our school.
If you have any questions regarding the evening’s events, please contact Mr. Eckert, the MRHS G/T Resource teacher, at firstname.lastname@example.org
The MRHS GT website with applications for GT Independent Research and GT Intern-Mentor is https://mrhsgtinfo.weebly.com/
Topic: GT Research Info. Night
Time: Dec 18, 2023 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 763 6358 0326
Pride Prom 2024
Do you want to have a say in the activities, music, and food for Pride Prom this June 2024? If yes, complete the Trans Awareness month
Howard County Office of Human Rights and Equity The Howard County Office of Human Rights & Equity are excited to invite Howard County 11th & 12th grade students to submit a poster proposal on social justice for our 2024 Humanity Matters Conference. The conference will take place on Monday, May 6, 2024 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Turf Valley Resort 2700 Turf Valley Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21042. The theme of the conference is “envisioning social justice through an equity lens.” Students are encouraged to submit research posters that are eye-catching, visual representations of various social justice topics including, but not limited to: gender inequality, racial equity, environmental justice, children’s rights, community advocacy, disability rights, LGBTQIA+ rights, labor, disinformation and misinformation, and more. An effective poster presentation highlights the main points or components of a project. Text and images should be large enough to be seen from a distance at several feet. The original deadline of September 29th has been extended. Please encourage your students to submit the title of their presentation, a bio (75 words max), a description of their poster project (100 words max), along with their name, email, grade, and phone number to Dr. Denise Boston at email@example.com. Please place: 2024 Humanity Matters Conference Poster Submission in the Subject Line of the email.
Rainbow Vision Literary Magazine Rainbow Vision Literary Magazine Volume 5 is now open for your original submissions of art, poetry, short stories, essays, plays, photography, music, etc. Please visit the HCPSS Pride website HCPSS Pride website or more information and to submit your work. We are accepting submissions until March 1, 2024.
Read the Rainbow Read the Rainbow is back with Elatsoe by Darcie Little Badger on Tuesday, December 5th at 7:00PM. This program is open to middle and high school students, parents, educators, librarians, and community members. Read the Rainbow is an inclusive, virtual, and free book club that brings readers together to discuss books with the author who wrote them. Darcie Little Badger will be present at the meeting. While this book club is open to all, please note that students drive the discussion questions. Students in grades 8th-12th grade are eligible to receive a free book (first 50 registered students). Register hereto participate.
Yearbook Photos Needed Pictures Needed. Yearbook is in need of pictures. If you have pictures of any school games or school related events, please submit to the following email address. firstname.lastname@example.org
MRHS Softball Fundraiser
The Marriotts Ridge Softball program is looking for help from the Marriotts Ridge community. We are looking for donations to help with some much needed field renovations including the installation of a permanent fence.
A donation of $25 or more will be a huge help towards reaching our goals. We are reaching out to friends and family asking for help in the form of payments made through our Online School Payments using this link OR a check written out to Marriotts Ridge High School Softball
Marriotts Ridge High School
12100 Woodford Drive
Marriottsville, MD 21104
Not only will your donation contribute to the MRHS Softball program, but it is also tax deductible.
MRHS Girls Lacrosse Fundraiser
Marriotts Ridge Girls Lacrosse team played in the 4 Champions for 4 Causes this past spring break and is raising money to support Susan G Komen and breast cancer research. We would love to extend our fundraising efforts to the entire Marriotts Ridge Community to help us make a difference. Please see the link attached to make your monetary contribution. We appreciate your support! heres the link