Planners implemented to help students

Planners implemented to help students

A new school year comes with new additions for the students of Marshfield high school.

Student planners have been introduced to students this year and many are questioning whether it's helpful or not. Students are expected to use their planners to  stay organized. The planners are part of the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program, which teaches educators skills in order to prepare students in high school, college and future careers.

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Color the Marsh

Color the Marsh

On Sunday, Oct. 8, the MHS Charity Program hosted the annual Color the Marsh 5k run. The event took place at the Millicoma track and started at 1 p.m. The event was ran by Jennifer Bunnell and the contestants of the MHS Charity Program. The contestants are Justin Banks, Garrett Lefebvre, Dontae Givens, Phillip Hernandez, Luca Tine, Tyler Post, Zach Kellar, Will Forbes, Andy Prince, Ethan Cleveland and Jacob Dean.

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Harding preparing for changes in 2016-17

Alternative education in the Coos Bay School District is receiving an overhaul. Harding Learning Center is currently in the process of a large change, which includes moving away from traditional education and developing new resources for teaching.

According to Harding Principal and Marshfield Assistant Principal Shelly McKnight, Harding’s current schedule is not so different from Marshfield’s.

 

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