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District Honor Band
Honor band Concert band
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.

The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  

Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  

Carley Stigall - All State Band
Carley
Carley Stigall, a student at Marshfield High School has been selected to the Missouri All-State Band.  On December 3, 2016, over 1400 students from across Missouri met at Hickman High School in Columbia to audition for the honor of participating in the top honor band in the state. Only 110 students are accepted into this elite ensemble.  The band will meet, rehearse and perform at the Missouri Music Educators Association Conference held January 25 through January 28, 2017 at Tan-Tar-A Resort, Lake of the Ozarks.

The conductor and clinician for the 2016-2017 Missouri All-State Band is Dr. Carolyn A. Barber.  Dr. Barber is the Ron and Carol Cope Professor of Music and Director of Bands in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Glenn Korff School of Music.  She has been a presenter at the Midwest Clinic, CBDNA, ASTA and NAfME conferences, state music educator conventions and district training workshops nationwide.

The 2016-2017 Missouri All State Band performed the following peices:  Rocky Point Holiday by Ron Nelson, October by Eric Whitacre, Danzon No. 2 by Arturo Marquez and Commando March by Samuel Barber.

The All State students rehearsed for three days at the Missouri Music Educators Association State Conference and gave their performance on January 28, 2017 in front of 5,000 music educators and family.  

Carley Stigall is a senior at Marshfield High School and has been involved in Band since 6th grade.  Her future plans are to attend Lindenwood College in Belleville, IL.  She is the daughter of Junior and Leslie Stigall.  


Dancing with the Stars
Written by Senior Scotty Hill

For the sixth straight year, Marshfield High School is hosting Dancing with the Stars to help raise money for seniors to have a blast during Project Grad. The event is at the High School gymnasium on April 1. Doors will open at 6:15 pm, but the event will not be starting until 7:00 pm. Tickets are only $6 if you pay in advance, but bumped up to $8 if you wait until you get there. They will be sold by participating dancers and at Southern Missouri Bank. Those who purchase a table, which seats eight, for $125 will have free drinks and desserts served to them. For people who are not buying a table, there will be concessions sold at the event.

The pairs for this year’s competition are Soleny Berrios and Josh Cook, Roman Cole and Kevin King, Bailey Geren and Baron Meyers, TeAnna German and Angela Hoefer, Tiffany George and Josh James, Shelby Choate and Merlin Dennis, Kasee Fetterolf and Kit Gaynor, Guerdy Villines and Eric Glidewell, Madison Fields and Doug Atkison, Brianna Randolf and Larry Perryman, Savannah Moore and Patrick Porter, Taylor Taake and Eli DePriest, Kate Pruitt and Colt Williams and Sara Henderson and Mark Boshe. In addition to the winners of the competition itself, seniors who volunteer their time to set up and run the event will get their name thrown into an extra drawing during Project Grad for a ton of cash prizes and electronics.

 


Spotlight - Mrs. Lori Hutton
Hutton
MHS and MJHS Band Director, Mrs. Lori Hutton has been elected to hold several district and state officer positions. She is currently the Missouri Association of Jazz Education State Secretary, 
Phi Beta Mu Honorary Band Organization Vice President, and the South Central Missouri Music Educators Association District Band VP. Congratulations to Mrs. Hutton on being recognized as a top band director in the state.




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Homecoming 2016


There were many activities surrounding t
he 2016 "Hoco in Rio" homecoming week. Student Council planned mini-pep assemblies at the elementary schools, a parade through town, a community-wide pep rally, a dance, and the coronation of the king and queen. It was a fun, spirited week.

Click here for homecoming photo gallery

Football seniors



Missouri Association of Jazz Education State Secretary
Phi Beta Mu Honorary Band Organization Vice President
South Central Missouri Music Educators Association District Band VP
Missouri Association of Jazz Education State Secretary
Phi Beta Mu Honorary Band Organization Vice President
South Central Missouri Music Educators Association District Band VP
Missouri Association of Jazz Education State Secretary
Phi Beta Mu Honorary Band Organization Vice President
South Central Missouri Music Educators Association District Band VP
Missouri Association of Jazz Education State Secretary
Phi Beta Mu Honorary Band Organization Vice President
South Central Missouri Music Educators Association District Band VP
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  
On November 1, 2016 close to 1000 students from over 35 schools in our district met at Marshfield Junior High to audition for the South Central Missouri Music Educators District Honor Bands.  Only 190 were selected for the honor of participating in the two Honor Bands.
The following students were selected for the SCMMEA District Honor Band:  Hannah Scarborough, clarinet; Kaen Adams, flute; Carley Stigall, Contra-Alto Clarinet first chair; Taylor Flaro, bass clarinet; and Rianna Gardner, trombone.  Those students who were selected for the SCMMEA District Concert Band are: Aaron Siska, tuba;  Sara Wendt, horn; John Dove, bassoon; Lane Williams, alto saxophone; and  Cody McHardy, horn.  
Their concert was scheduled for January 14 at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, however, due to inclement weather was canceled.  

For Immediate Release                                                           
April 14, 2016

MHS Receives Certification for Project Lead The Way Engineering Program

Marshfield, MissouriMarshfield High School announced today that it has received national certification for its Project Lead The Way (PLTW) program that it has been offering since 2013. PLTW is a nonprofit organization that provides a transformative learning experience for K-12 students and teachers. PLTW Engineering empowers students to step into the role of an engineer, adopt a problem-solving mindset, and make the leap from dreamers to doers. In addition to K-12 curricular pathways, PLTW provides teachers with high-quality professional development training that gives them the support and resources they need to devote more time to inspiring students.

The national PLTW recognition distinguishes schools for successfully demonstrating a commitment to PLTW’s national standards.

“We’ve seen how PLTW inspires students to think critically and problem solve,” said Keith White, MHS Vocational Coordinator. “We are extremely proud to be PLTW certified.”

As part of the recognition process, White and a team composed of teachers, staff, students and members of the community submitted a self-assessment of the school’s implementation of PLTW Engineering, followed by a site visit from a PLTW-affiliated team. PLTW’s team met with teachers, school administrators, counselors, students and members of the school’s Partnership Team. A PLTW school’s Partnership Team (sometimes referred to as an Advisory Council) is comprised of teachers, counselors, administrators, post-secondary representatives, business and industry professionals and other community members who actively support the PLTW program within a school.

“Congratulations to Marshfield High School, and thank you for your commitment to students,” said PLTW President and CEO Vince Bertram. “We look forward to continuing to work together to prepare students to thrive in our evolving world.”

“We’ve seen how the PLTW program draws more students to engineering, math and science and gets them thinking about college and their careers,” Keith White, Vocational Coordinator said.  “We are extremely proud to be PLTW certified and ecstatic that our students are eligible for college-level recognition, which may include college credit, scholarships and admissions preference.”

For more information on PLTW, you may contact Jennifer Cahill, PLTW senior director of media and public relations, at (317) 669-0871 or jcahill@pltw.org.

About PLTW

Project Lead The Way (PLTW) is a nonprofit organization that provides a transformative learning experience for K-12 students and teachers across the U.S. PLTW empowers students to develop in-demand, transportable knowledge and skills through pathways in computer science, engineering, and biomedical science. PLTW’s teacher training and resources support teachers as they engage their students in real-world learning. More than 8,000 elementary, middle, and high schools in all 50 states and the District of Columbia offer PLTW programs. For more information on Project Lead The Way, visit pltw.org.