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Monday, Dec. 18 - Exam Review Day (8 a.m. 11:30 a.m.) - This is an optional, but highly encouraged, attendance day for students. There are no scheduled classes, just an opportunity to meet with teachers independently and in groups for questions and review.

Tuesday, Dec. 19 - Social Studies (8 a.m. – 9:10 a.m.) and English (9:25 a.m. – 10:25 a.m.)

Wednesday, Dec. 20 - Science (8 a.m. – 9:25 a.m.) and World Language (9:40 a.m. – 10:40 a.m.)

Thursday, Dec. 21 - Math (8 a.m. – 9:25 a.m.), Theology (9:40 a.m. – 10:40 a.m.) and Fine Arts (10:55 a.m. – 11:55 a.m.)

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Christmas Break at Marquette High begins Friday, Dec. 22, through Wednesday, Jan. 3. The first day of classes for the second semester will be Thursday, Jan. 4 (late start - reverse schedule). The school building and office hours will follow a special schedule during this time. Students should check with their respective coaches or teachers regarding specific practice and activity schedules during the break. Building and Offices Schedule:

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MUHS students of all grades are welcome on the 2018 Civil War Adventure, which will head out West through Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and South Dakota. This trip is for any student who is interested in United States, Military, Native American and African American history. Lodging will include historical buildings/sites and college dorms. Travel will be by van. Trip dates are May 28 - June 6; cost is $975.00 per student. Financial aid available. Interested students should contact Social Studies Teacher Mr. Chris Lese, lese@muhs.edu, for an itinerary and more information.

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The MUHS Prep Players will present Nancy Gilsenan's adaptation of John Knowles' classic novel A Separate Peace. The story is set during the early months of WWII as a group of boarding school boys are poised to enter the adult world. Performances are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Jan. 12 and 13, and 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 14.

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If Marquette High needs to cancel classes and/or co-curricular activities or announce an early dismissal due to inclement weather, procedures posted on the Parent portal will be followed. Since students come from many areas of southeastern Wisconsin and weather conditions can vary greatly, parents are reminded that they make the final decision as to whether it is safe for their sons to travel to school when weather is a factor.

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All students who drive to school are strongly encouraged to park their cars in one of the two student parking lots rather than the street when space is available. If students do park on the street, they must be aware of the winter parking regulations that went into effect Dec. 1. Signs are posted that restrict parking on some streets during winter months. Click here for detailed information: City of Milwaukee Parking Regulations. If students have any questions they can speak to a guard at the Security Desk. Students will be ticketed by the City of Milwaukee if they are in violation.

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Have a great shot from a MUHS school, club, sports, or religious event? The yearbook staff would love to review your photos for the 2018 Flambeau Yearbook. Follow the instructions to download the app to easily upload your photos directly to the yearbook staff:

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The Engineering and Applied Sciences Homeroom invites professionals in the fields of engineering and/or applied sciences to speak about their careers to students during one or more homeroom periods. Homeroom meets from 9:38 a.m. to 10:13 a.m. The need for speakers is ongoing throughout the year. If you or someone you know would enjoy sharing career experiences with our students, please contact Science Teacher and Homeroom Moderator Mr. David Vogt at vogt@muhs.edu.

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On Feb. 27 MUHS will offer the ACT test (with the writing assessment) to all juniors. The test will be administered during the scheduled school day.

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On Sept. 5 the Attorney General announced the repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) in the coming months. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Jesuit Order have long supported DACA youth (or Dreamers), believing that DACA is a way to carry out Catholic social teaching to protect the life and dignity of all people, particularly the most vulnerable.

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Parents are asked to remind their sons that they must park in the school's student parking lots rather than on the side streets when off-street space is available. Licensed student drivers who drive a car to school must register their cars and have a valid student parking sticker on the vehicle(s) they drive to school. Contact Dean of Students Casey Kowalewski, kowalewski@muhs.edu, with any questions.


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Snow Closure Procedures

If Marquette High needs to cancel classes and/or co-curricular activities or announce an early dismissal due to inclement weather, the following procedures will be followed:
Snow Closure Procedures PDF



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