Congratulations on receiving a Staff Shout-Out, Jenny! We appreciate your passion and willingness to go above and beyond.
The Mount Markham High School Drama Club is excited to present their upcoming performance of "The Play That Goes Wrong" on Friday, December 9th and Saturday, December 10th! Both performances are at 7:00 pm in the Mount Markham High School Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at the door and are $10 for adults, $5 for seniors and students and $25 for family. “Break a leg!” takes on a whole new meaning for a woefully misguided troupe of players at the Cornley University Society’s opening night performance of The Murder at Haversham Manor. An unconscious leading lady, a corpse who can’t play dead, a ruffled detective, and a word-mangling butler (among others) must battle against technical gaffes, forgotten lines and sabotaging scenery in a quest to arrive all in one piece at the final curtain call. Part Monty Python, part Sherlock Holmes, all mayhem, this 1920s whodunit is disastrously delightful.
Congratulations to Karie Sanzo for receiving a Staff Shout-Out! Your hard work is appreciated!
We would like to congratulate Nori Hibbard for being recognized with a Staff Shout-Out! Great job, Nori.
Congratulations to Janet Crim for receiving a Staff Shout-Out! We appreciate your willingness to help others.
Congratulations, Nicolette! We appreciate all that you do for our students.
Mr. Mosny's English 10 Honors class went on a tour of Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute as part of a unit where students make observations of art pieces and use those observations to interpret the meaning of the piece. During this trip, students were able to view Thomas Cole's Voyage of Life mural series, which they are using for a class assignment analyzing visual symbolism and a model Regents Task 3 analysis essay.
The Mount Markham Mustangs Apparel Store is up and running! Order by November 28 for delivery before December 25. https://sideline.bsnsports.com/schools/new_york/westwinfield/mount-markham-high-school
Congratulations to Sarah Crave, Meaghan Weiss, Taylor Allen, Tanya king, Julie Stone, Marissa Winkler & Sheila Jones for being recognized with a Staff Shout-Out for their hard work on the Veterans Day event at the elementary! We appreciate your willingness to go above and beyond.
REMINDER: Mount Markham CSD will be on recess, November 23-27, in celebration of Thanksgiving.
Thanksgiving came early for Mount Markham High School! Our PBIS team took the time to express their gratitude for the students and staff that make Mount Markham High School a great place to be.
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Last Thursday, 40 students underwent Sources of Strength Peer Leader training with University of Rochester staff members. They learned about our suicide prevention program, discussed the strengths they have in their lives to get through challenging times and helped to plan activities and schoolwide campaigns for the upcoming school year.
STAFF SHOUT-OUT: Adria Bukovsky Congratulations to Adria Bukovsky for receiving a Staff Shout-Out! We appreciate your passion to help students succeed.
Happy Veterans Day! Mount Markham CSD will have no school today in observance of Veterans Day.
STAFF SHOUT-OUT: Ben Chandler Congratulations on receiving a Staff Shout-Out, Ben! We deeply value your willingness to help others.
Mount Markham CSD has held its sixth annual Dodgeball Tournament for the American Heart Association! This fundraiser is a district-wide initiative to raise money for those struggling with cardiovascular disease.
From October 24 - 28, Mount Markham High School students and staff participated in Red Ribbon Week! The 2022 theme was "Celebrate Life. Live Drug Free," and activities were coordinated through Heather Maley, Prevention Services Coordinator with the Catholic Charities of Herkimer County/Herkimer County Prevention Council. Students in Mrs. Moore's health classes held a poster contest. Each student was very creative and expressed ways to celebrate the theme. Students also signed the Red Ribbon Pledge: to grow up safe, healthy and drug free by understanding the dangers of drug use and abuse, to respect themselves and be drug free and to spread the word to family and friends about the importance of being healthy and drug free. SADD provided encouraging announcements each morning and students also sported fun mustaches provided by SADD with the declaration "I 'mustache' you not to do drugs." On Wednesday, all staff and students were encouraged to wear RED to demonstrate their commitment to a drug-free lifestyle.
Mount Markham CSD is currently searching for a F/T Night Cleaner and substitute cleaners. See below for additional information regarding these positions. Call Chris Haar at (315) 822-2844 with any questions you may have or stop by the District Office for additional information.
STAFF SHOUT-OUT: Steve Evans Jr. Congratulations to Steve Evans Jr. for being honored with a Staff Shout-Out! Thank you for your willingness to go above and beyond for others.