MARLBORO'S GOT TALENT - MMS TALENT SHOW
Thursday, May 14, 2015 the Marlboro Middle School hosted their eighth annual S.W.A.T. Breakfast. S.W.A.T. recognizes Students with Admirable Traits. Twenty-one students from the Marlboro Middle School were selected by their teachers, from all curriculum areas, for exhibiting admirable traits both during and beyond the school day. The Marlboro Middle School strives to encourage students to possess admirable characteristics that will support their development into successful citizens.
Marlboro Middle School’s National Junior Honor Society hosted the Pennies for Patients Program as a way to give back to the community. The entire school donated change to support the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's mission: to find cures and ensure access to treatments for blood cancer patients. As a way to collect more money, a contest was held where the staff member that received the most money in their jar would have to dress like a donkey. Mr. Saulpaugh won and had to dress like a donkey for a day. A total of $1287.30 was raised for the LLS by the Marlboro Middle School.
Marlboro High School's Seniors are Educated on Credit
Marlboro Alumni and Resident, Mr. John Panzella author of "Give Yourself Some Credit -- A Graduate’s Guide to Understanding and Establishing Good Credit” spoke with the senior class at Marlboro High School and provided them with important information about credit. Among topics discussed were how to establish and maintain good credit, and how to avoid common mistakes many young adults make with their credit that cost them years of unnecessary money, as well as time and stress. Each senior was provided a copy of his book "Give Yourself Some Credit" and he even took the opportunity to sign a few!
The public is cordially invited to attend. Please Click Here for the revised agenda.
Subway (by Volero’s gas station)
~ The Marlboro High School
National Honor Society
Properly discard old prescriptions