Meet Our Mustangs! Today, we would like to welcome Dan Amady who is joining the district as a new Mount Markham Middle School Health & P.E. Teacher.
Mount Markham High School is gearing up for homecoming, with each class decorating a hallway! The homecoming football game is this Friday, October 6, at 7:00 p.m., and a homecoming parade will begin - before the homecoming dance - at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 7.
Last week, Mount Markham High School's Freshman Class took a field trip to the Nexus Center for a workshop, "Overcoming Obstacles." The workshop featured renowned teacher and author Erin Gruwell and her former students, the Freedom Writers, and was attended by several area school districts. The workshop focused on self-expression and building positive social interactions. Read more about the event here: wktv.com/news/local/overcoming-obstacles-for-high-school-freshman/article_e72ed9ca-5cad-11ee-8294-7b3188eb9692.html
Meet Our Mustangs! Today, we would like to welcome Sandra Roberts who is joining the district as a new Mount Markham Middle School Math Teacher.
Mount Markham FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) members Trevor Sweeting, Reganne Jones, Allen Vanderbeck, Bryant Denza, Arianna Arkema, and Camryn Donley competed in a pie competition at SUNY Cobleskill on Friday and won third place! Great job, FCLLA President Trevor and Vice President Reganne, for making the pie.
Meet Our Mustangs! Today, we would like to welcome Emily Fitzgerald who is joining the district as a new Mount Markham Middle School Special Education Teacher.
CONSTRUCTION UPDATES! Check out the latest progress made on Mount Markham CSD's Capital Project!
Congratulations to Amy Coleman and Dan Amady for receiving a Staff Shout-Out! Thank you for going the extra mile for our students.
Meet Our Mustangs! Today, we would like to welcome Naybell Hernandez who is joining the district as our new Mount Markham Middle School Spanish Teacher.
Mount Markham High School SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) hosted speaker Kevin Brooks on Friday, September 22. Brooks is an inspirational speaker, author, actor, and comedian from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Brooks told his story about being a teenager driving intoxicated, distracted, and at excessive speeds that ultimately led to a car crash. Weeks later, Brooks would learn he was paralyzed from the chest down and his close friend was killed. Brooks has written a best-selling book - "Wiggle Your Toes" - and for nearly 20 years, Kevin's message has inspired millions of people around the world.
Meet Our Mustangs! Today, we would like to welcome Carolyn Goodfellow who is joining the district as our new Mount Markham Middle School General Music Teacher and Choir Director.
Mount Markham Connected Community Schools is offering extended hours at the Mount Markham High School HUB on Friday, September 29, from 3:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Parents will have the opportunity to pick up food and meet with representatives from the Liberty Partnerships Program.
Congratulations on receiving a Staff Shout-Out, Jim Wrobel and Beth Wilson! Thank you for everything you do to keep our school running efficiently.
The Senior Class is sponsoring the semi-formal Homecoming Ball in the Mount Markham High School Courtyard (weather permitting) on Saturday, October 7! Tickets are on sale for all high school students now through September 29 and can be purchased from Mrs. Brower or Ms. Robinson!
Congratulations to Karie Sanzo, Janet Crim, Emily Fitzgerald, and Sandra Roberts for receiving a Staff Shout-Out! Thank you for going above and beyond to support our students.
To welcome and introduce our new teachers to the community, Mount Markham CSD has started a new initiative called “Meet Our Mustangs.” Today, we would like to welcome Emma Sage who is joining the district as our new Mount Markham High School Band Director.
Congratulations to Mike Gross for receiving a Staff Shout-Out! We appreciate everything you do to keep our classroom technologies working smoothly.
On Friday, the Mount Markham Senior Class held its Annual Welcome Back Movie Night in the stadium! The seniors chose The Lorax to be shown on the big screen. Thanks to everyone who helped make sure this event was a success!
Over the past two days, students in Ms. Culver's ELA 9 class were encouraged to explore the library and find independent reading titles by working together, under the guidance of Ms. Bailey and Ms. Tabor, to create Book Charcuterie Boards. Students reviewed the text of 5-7 novels and justified why and where each title should be included on their Book Charcuterie Board. Categories included Olives for Horror, Chocolate for Romance, Salted Meats for Realistic Fiction, and more. To round out the activity, Ms. Teater invited students into the Connected Community Schools HUB for a snack tray of goodies to celebrate a job well done.
The Mount Markham Central School District is currently looking for substitute bus drivers! Please call 315-822-2800 with any questions you may have or visit mmcsd.org/page/employment for additional information.