As we continue to plan for the opening of school in the Fall we would appreciate your input. Therefore, please take a moment to fill out the Parent/Guardian survey linked below. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc_1bZ0K0UtAqu71ZsVnlbGi1CnkDTH-4as3D13Rab0AsT46w/viewform?usp=sf_link
MHS summer school registration closes Thurs. 7/2. Classes will run Mon-Fri beginning on 7/6 through 7/30 from 8am-12pm. All ISBE & IDPH requirements will be strictly enforced, including the use of appropriate PPE including face coverings, temp. checks & social distancing.
Morrison High School to offer Summer Driver Education Morrison High School will offer a Summer Driver Education class from Monday, July 6 – Wednesday, July 29, 2020. During the four-week course, students will complete the 30-hour classroom portion via remote learning (through Zoom and Google Classroom) as well as complete six hours of on-road driving time and six hours of observation time. The online classroom sessions will be held from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Mondays – Thursdays, and the behind-the-wheel driving sessions will be scheduled both before and after the online classroom sessions. The course is open to all students who will be 15 by Friday, July 10, regardless of whether they are enrolled at Morrison High School. All students must have passed a total of at least eight classes in the previous two semesters combined in order to be eligible to enroll in Driver Education. The fee for the course is $295, payable to Morrison Community Unit School Dist. #6. Students and parents who wish to find out more about the course, or who want to obtain a registration form, should contact Brian Bartoz, Social Studies and Driver Education Teacher, by e-mail at Brian.Bartoz@morrisonschools.org or by phone at (815) 772-4071 x 12106.
The 8th grade virtual promotion presentation is nearly complete. We hope to have it finished in the next day or two. It has definitely been a labor of love and we hope everyone will enjoy it. Thank you all for your patience.
Stage 1 Guideline Below you will find the rules that you must follow in order to participate in Stage 1 activities: 1. Masks do not have to be worn outside UNLESS you are unable to maintain a minimum 6' of social distancing. 2. All groups will consist of 10 people or less including coaches. Athletes will be grouped prior to their arrival by their coaches and these groups will be permanent. No athlete will be allowed to switch groups at a later time. Once groups are created they will not interact with any other grouping. 3. All athletes must remain in their car upon arrival and wait there until the coaching staff is ready for your group. We must maintain social distancing and avoid congregating in the parking lots. Upon completion of workouts, all athletes must immediately leave the premises. 4. Athletes will be met outside by the coaches to have temperatures taken and then will be escorted by the coach to the weight room or track. 5. All athletes must be symptom free in order to participate. This means if you are experiencing a fever, chills, cough, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or loss of taste or smell, you must stay home. You will have your temperature checked prior to participating each day. 6. You must bring your own water-bottle. I would suggest putting your name on it so there is no accidental sharing. Use of locker rooms, shared coolers, and water fountains are prohibited at this time. 7. The ice room will remain locked while athletes are present. 8. The rest rooms by the Ag room will be available the rest of the school will then be considered off limits to athletes during workouts. 9. The garage door and other exterior doors should remain closed to help eliminate congregating outside the weight room. 10. Hand sanitizer will be available and the equipment should be wiped down between lifts.
MHS athletics will be beginning to enter stage 1 of the IHSA's return to athletics. Coaches will reach out to their athletes to set up groups for lifting and conditioning. At this time there can be NO SPORT SPECIFIC drills or training. We have filled most of the coaching positions with the exception of volleyball. We continue to look for qualified candidates and will do our best to have the positions filled as soon as we can.
Summer School 2020 Students in grades 9–12 who received a grade of Incomplete for Spring 2020, or who need to retake a course they have failed in a prior term, are encouraged to participate in the summer school program. Details on credit recovery options for Grades 9-12 are available in the Morrison High School Handbook. Spring 2020 completion An Incomplete (I) on the student's latest report card signifies that a portion of required coursework for the Spring of 2020 has not been completed within the given time period due to unforeseen, but fully justified, reasons, but there is still a possibility of earning credit. It will be the student's responsibility to bring pertinent information to the summer school instructor and to reach an agreement with their Spring 2020 assigning teacher on the means by which the remaining course requirements shall be satisfied. Students earning completion of their Spring 2020 classes will be awarded a “Pass” for the course. Students only needing to complete Spring coursework in the live presence of a certified teacher will not be charged a summer school registration fee. It is encouraged that these students still register to make known their intention of attending the summer school sessions up until the time that they complete their requirements. Credit Recovery classes Classes will be offered through our traditional summer school program (APEX) in the building, under the guidance of our summer school instructor from July 6th-July 30th. Scheduling details will be determined based upon the demand for summer school instruction and the most current COVID-19 guidelines provided by the state of Illinois during the summer school window. Summer School registration will be open from Monday, June 15th through Thursday, July 2nd. High School Summer School fee is $100 per class or $150 for two classes. Checks payable to MCUD #6 or cash. Payment in full must be received by July 2nd. Fees may be paid through the District Office located at Morrison Junior High School, 300 Academic Drive.
Students, I have created a webpage with links to the most current information I can find for the SAT/ACT tests. https://sites.google.com/morrisonschools.org/satacttestinginformation2020/home If you have any questions, please let me know!
The Music Booster's Spring Fundraiser delivery has been scheduled and confirmed for Tuesday, June 9. Items will be available for pickup in the High School Auditorium beginning at 2 pm. To allow for maximum safety during this pickup, we will be asking you to sign up for a 5-minute time slot in which to pick up your order. We will be limiting it to 4 pickups per time slot. We will also be asking that you wear a mask while in the building during the pickup. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. A few other things to help the pick up run smoothly: 1. Please bring a checkbook or enough cash to cover your order. We do not have the amount each individual owes until pickup time. Due to the delayed delivery and school no longer being in session, you will be asked to pay at the pickup and then can collect for yourself as you deliver. 2. Please do your best to practice physical distancing. Towards that end, we will have a one-way operation within the auditorium to help with that. 3. Many of these items need refrigeration. There will be no late order pickup or storage. Unfortunately, the delivery company did not get back to me until today, so I do apologize for the late notice. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1CT8I8zdVLh2VbzcXUIXk0_zfz4l5yzAXhxx-P0gl1Ww/edit?usp=sharing
Graduates! Your final transcripts are ready to be sent to colleges. Please follow the directions in the attached link to send them out: https://sites.google.com/a/morrisonschools.org/counselorcorner/home/transcript-request Thank you and enjoy your summer!
I have received a few questions about summer practices etc for our sports teams. As of 3:00 pm today Wednesday June 3rd the IHSA has not lifted its directive of no in person contact with athletes. Currently IHSA is working with the Illinois Department of Public Health to come up with guidelines for summer activities. Once those guidelines are released by the IHSA and reviewed by the district I will post them. Until they are released there should be no in person activities between coaches and athletes.
Transcript Requests: Instructions are located on the counselor's website at: https://sites.google.com/a/morrisonschools.org/counselorcorner/home/transcript-request If you have any questions, please feel free to email email@example.com.
The United Way will once again be conducting it's "Let's Feed our Children Campaign". Starting June 3rd and running through August 5th, the United Way will be distributing groceries to families (1 bag per family) of Morrison. Distribution will be at the Crossroads Community Center on Market Street from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Congratulations to Macie Riffle for her Best of Day performance at IHSA Solo/Ensemble Contest on March 7!
Did you miss the graduation ceremony? Here it is in its entirety. The ceremony starts at approximately the 51st minute. https://youtu.be/FYiGDd-wurU
Congrats Class of 2020! The ceremony was not the one you deserved, but hopefully it was the one you needed. It was great to be back in the presence of everyone again. Thank you faculty, Spanglers, McDonnell trucking, parents. BOE, & Mr. Vance. Stay healthy!
Graduation Live Stream Information: The live stream will begin at approximately 1:30pm with a video of the seniors. At 2:00pm we will switch to the live ceremony taking place at MHS. Access the live stream for free from a device at www.nfhsnetwork.com. You will need to create a free account. If you have a casting device in your home, you will be able to cast from your device to your television.
We are down to the last hour of materials pickup/drop-off and device collection! Thank you again to everyone who has come in so far. We are here until 7PM tonight if you still need to come in. Please let us know if you have any issues or questions.
Today is the final day for Textbook/Chromebook return. The high school is open from 9-12 and 4-7.
Here is the video Mrs. Henson made of Southside students that participated and turned in pictures from project A.C.E.S. (All Children Exercising Simultaneously) on May 6. https://youtu.be/qx-xbr62v1g
Last chance to get your 2020 MHS Yearbooks! Don't forget to order. It's a one of kind! www.jostens.com.
If you haven't yet returned library books, please return them when you return chromebooks on your scheduled day this week. Thank you!
The week #9 lunch order form in now available. Please have orders placed by 9 am tomorrow. This will be the last week for lunch orders. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSej7Yp1dKJ4jI2t6_ku6g1uaSq-IqCzsNMrGBFbkjAufHpK5A/viewform?usp=sf_link
Text/Chromebook/Diploma covers: May 18th -22nd 9am-12pm & 4pm-7pm. Mon.= last names beginning A- F Tues.= G-L Wed.= M-R Thurs.= S-Z Fri.=Anyone unable to make their time through the week or students that needed the week to catch up on incomplete work.
Make sure to order your 2020 MHS Yearbook ASAP! It's a one of a kind. The deadline to order is March 19. Order at www.jostens.com. Search for Morrison High School.
If you are looking for something for something to do this Friday, May 15, the Morrison Department of Fun will be celebrating the end of remote learning with Disney Music Bingo, 6 PM - 8 PM. Mr. Harridge will be the guest DJ playing your favorite Disney songs. If you are interested, please follow the link below and let them know how many bingo cards you would like. https://www.facebook.com/events/3025015057589663/
Just a reminder that the deadline for ordering the Northside and Southside 2019-2020 yearbook is this Friday (May 15)! Softcover books are $12.99 and an upgrade to a hardcover is $19.94. If you order ON or BEFORE Friday, May 15, shipping will be $2.99. Any orders placed AFTER Friday, May 15 will be charged $7.99 shipping. ALL yearbooks will be shipped directly to student homes in June! Thank you to everyone who has ordered so far! Here is the link again to order. https://www.treering.com/validate?PassCode=1013172392852488 If you have any questions, please email Dana Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kelli Eastman at email@example.com. We will try our best to answer your questions. You can also email TreeRing at firstname.lastname@example.org or call TreeRing at (877)755-8733.
Packet pick-up and return for MJHS will be tomorrow, Monday, May 11th from 7AM to 7PM.
Here is the link for lunch orders for the week of May 11th. As a reminder please have orders in by 9:00 am tomorrow and lunches can be picked up beginning at 11:30 tomorrow morning. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfKOJW9TQsbZNAmE9oY2rVxD-Ff3jrXtPOwKXRasbEFsXFO_Q/viewform?usp=sf_link
Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers in our District!
The last “new material” packet pick will be Monday, 4/11 from 9-12 & 5-6:30. You may also return finished work or gather items from lockers. Textbook/Chromebook return is scheduled for the week of May 18-22. Info on specific times will be sent later.
Thank you to everyone so far who has returned library materials at all buildings! If you still have materials, the bins are still out at all locations, and you can drop them off during packet pick up times or any other time the building is open. Again, thank you for getting these books back in the school libraries!
Northside and Southside pick up times for MONDAY, May 11 are 9-Noon and 2-7PM. At this time, we ask that you also return any books that your student has checked out from the library. This will be the final Monday pick up. Stay Healthy!
Just a reminder that MJHS will be open today from 7 AM to 7 PM for packet pick up and drop off.
Lunch order link is now working.
Here are this weeks winners for the $50 gift cards for having all of their e-learning homework completed on time. They could choose PlayStation, Walmart, or Amazon. 6th grade, Collin Renkes, 7th grade Camryn Veltrop, 8th grade Alyvia Behrens . Camryn is choosing to donate her card to a fellow MJHS student whose father recently passed away. Congratulations to all.
Here is the link for next week's lunch order. As a reminder please have your order in by 9:00 am on Monday. Lunches will be ready for pick-up beginning at 11:30 am on Monday. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeZVF6fF4pFNgoF40rSwoHJosQ9lfQlNDUazS-BQrv1NgHWQQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
Need to pick up packets, collect items from lockers, or gather your cap & gown? MHS doors will be open Monday, May 4th at 9am-12:00 and again from 5pm-6:30.
Northside and Southside pick up times for MONDAY, May 4 are 9-Noon and 2-7PM. At this time, we ask that you also return any books that your student has checked out from the library. Stay Healthy!
MHS Student Council applications for the 20-21 school year are due by the end of the day Friday, May 1st. Applications were shared via email with all freshmen through juniors. Please share with Mrs. Landes and Mrs. Kao when finished. No late applications will be accepted.
Morning Announcements for April 30th: https://youtu.be/BRu-bdneOl4. Information on Cap and Gown pickup, library book return, buying yearbooks, and more...
The complete order is now here! Class of 2020 may pick up their cap and gown on Friday, May 1 between 10:00-11:00AM. Cap & Gowns will be delivered to your car at the entrance to the weight room. We ask that you please not leave your car to pick up items.
MHS Announcements for April 27th. Includes information about library books, grading procedures, yearbook orders, Spring sports, the senior video, and more...click here: https://youtu.be/DPiu77fB7l8
Packet pick up and drop off for MJHS will once again be tomorrow from 7 AM to 7 PM.
MHS will be open Monday, April 27 from 9am-12 & 5-6:30pm for materials pick up.
Here is the week #7 lunch order form. Please have all orders placed before 9 am on Monday. Due to the large increase in orders, lunch pick up will begin at 11:30 am on Monday. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeo_bq8snHNbViTmgmFASVxf09RMgh3Km8gvvIrWIU2yw1hEQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
I was notified today that not all of our cap & gown orders would be available for pick up this upcoming Monday morning. Monday's scheduled pick up will be postponed. I will be in touch with the new date and time for the pick up as soon as possible.
The 2019-2020 Northside and Southside Elementary School yearbook is now available for purchase! Softcover/Core Price is $12.99 and hardcover yearbooks will be $19.94. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, all yearbooks will be shipped directly to student homes with a flat rate shipping fee of $2.99. Tax will also be added. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Since yearbooks will only be available to be ordered online, you will need to create an account and pay directly through the link attached below. Any orders placed AFTER Friday, May 15 will be charged $7.99 for shipping. Orders that have been placed on or before Friday, May 15 will be charged $2.99 shipping. Get those orders in soon! Orders placed on or before Friday, May 15 will be received sometime in June. Please follow the ordering link to order. Create an account first and fill out the order form. https://www.treering.com/validate?PassCode=1013172392852488 If you have any questions you can email Dana Bennett at email@example.com or Kelli Eastman at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will try our best to answer your questions. You can also email TreeRing at email@example.com or call TreeRing at (877)755-8733. Thanks!
Northside and Southside pick up times for MONDAY, APRIL 27 are 9-Noon and 2-7PM. At this time, we ask that you also return any books that your student has checked out from the library. Stay Healthy!
Senior Parents: Mr. Stevenson is working to put together the Senior Memories Video for our 2020 seniors. He needs a baby/toddler photo and a senior photo. If you submitted a senior photo for the Yearbook, he will use that, otherwise he will use the photo that was taken by Persona at the beginning of the year. Really what we need are those baby/toddler photos. You can email him photos and/or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MHS Yearbooks are still available to order at www.jostens.com. Search for Morrison High School and make your selections. Make sure to get it ordered before it's too late!
Hello Families! If you have library books to return, there is now a spot at each school where you can return books on packet pick-up day. At the high school, there is a labeled table outside the library. Please place library books on the table. At the junior high, Southside, and Northside, there is a labeled box or tub in each packet pick-up area. Please place all library books in the box. Currently, there are over 700 books checked out in the district, and we would like to get as many of these back as possible. If you have books to return and cannot attend a packet pick-up before the end of the remote learning year, please contact Mrs. Stevenson at email@example.com to make other arrangements for book return. Thank you!
On Tuesday the IHSA officially cancelled the spring sports state series for Illinois High School and with Governor Pritzker's suspension of in person learning last Friday all Spring activities for MCUD #6 unfortunately are cancelled for this year. Spring activity fees will be applied to next year's registration fees. However, if you wish to have your Spring activity fee refunded now please contact the District Office. The District will process and distribute refund checks as soon as possible to those requesting refunds. Thank you for your continued patience during this unprecedented time. Sincerely, Scott Vance Superintendent
The district is still in the planning stages for the possibility of a live commencement ceremony to be held at the end of June as well as plans for an alternative ceremony should current Shelter in Place restriction stay in place through the summer months. We will keep you posted
Class of 2020 may pick up their cap & gown on Mon. 4/27 between 10-11AM. They will be delivered to your cars at the parking lot entrance to the weight room.In an effort to abide by social distancing standards we ask that you please not leave your car to pick up items.
Here’s a little poem the Southside staff would like to share with you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MM_u2ICnjeQ&feature=youtu.be
MHS hardcopy pick up this Monday 9-12 & 5-6:30.
MJHS will be open Monday, April 20 from 7 AM to 7 PM for packet drop off and pick up.
Here is the link for Week #6 lunch/breakfast orders. Please try to have all orders in by 9 am Monday morning to allow time to get orders out on time. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc4hIIbqXcWAb6rKDxue3ECGAhXQUQYYPjcygwpDY-2E_C8xg/viewform?usp=sf_link
At 8:20 pm this evening we will be turning on the football field lights for 20 minutes in honor of the class of 2020. Please keep in mind social distancing, the school grounds will be closed to the public this evening. You are more than welcome to drive by and show your support for the class of 2020. This token of support was not what was envisioned as the send off to the class of 2020 back in August!!
Northside and Southside pick up times for MONDAY, APRIL 20 are 9-Noon and 2-7PM. Stay Healthy!
Great news! Due to the generous donation of a community couple who received a stimulus check but were not in need of it, all negative lunch account balances in the Morrison School District have been paid off. Almost $1500 worth! What a great thing for our families during this time. Thank you to this wonderful couple!!
Congratulations to our Week #1 E Learning gift card winners! All students who complete the weeks worth of assignments on time during the shutdown are entered into a random drawing for a $50 gift card of their choice from Amazon, PlayStation, or Walmart. Week 1 winners were: 8th Grade- Cambell Buikema, 7th grade- Lacey Lancaster, and 6th grade- Asher Ernst.
MJHS 6th graders continue to be amazing and inspiring, even in quarantine! https://www.wevideo.com/view/1651295447?fbclid=IwAR1MH1px0twNaXzUzx0lnIx5WzPqeKhkRX9NwTQKN57ik7GcyC_ZwzRVo10
3rd Quarter Recognition Video: https://youtu.be/C927LvI0d74 This is a video that usually gets shown to the student body at the end of quarter assembly. As school was closed a week prior to our assembly, here is the video from the 3rd quarter. Produced by Multimedia students.
Just a quick reminder that lunches will not be delivered today. Lunches will be delivered tomorrow between 11 am and 1 pm.
Junior High packet pick up and drop off for this week will be Tuesday, April 14th from 7am to 7pm.
Here is the link to this week's lunch order form. Please note that there will NO lunch deliveries this Monday (4/13). Deliveries will begin on Tuesday (4/14) between 11 am and 1 pm. Additionally please make sure to have your orders in by 5 pm on Monday. Thank you. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScLHPd3L7FQxo2qFEF7aS0FwrRSkYRnX-PgLoBzoK1abzWM0A/viewform?usp=sf_link
Here is the link for today, April 10th, to the morning announcements for the high school: https://youtu.be/uhhg8B32yYI
Northside and Southside pick up times for TUESDAY, APRIL 14 are 9-Noon and 2-7PM. Stay Healthy!
Here is the link for today, April 9th, to the morning announcements for the high school: https://youtu.be/DfxMT9LgARg
Here is the link for today, April 8th, to the morning announcements for the high school: https://youtu.be/D12Em9iRWII
Now that we are week into E Learning the issue of grading has been coming up. To answer questions, the District has put together a FAQ document. Please see the link below to access the document https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vTGZswa7-ywU6cf3wMEIxVMXXVF84F57lsqVRuHpobA/edit?usp=sharing
Check out this video;many schools are represented https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSR76HNmF1g&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR34R7Vug7-XfhCplwNBcJ4rp-mBTARpbaxrJXi6iTPrZPkyPjlbOPjjf1I
Here is the link for today, April 7th, to the morning announcements for the high school: https://youtu.be/KVQ8A3WCRMo
Dear Northside and Southside Families, We know that these last few weeks have been full of changes, challenges and some stressful situations. Now that you’ve gotten through your first week of remote learning, Mr. Geiger and I would like to provide some strategies that can help deal with stress and promote positive thinking. Mindfulness is taught to children and adults to recognize how our bodies are feeling and clear our minds so that we can relax and think about the positive things around us. Try the video with your family. The more you practice, the better you will feel! Please contact Mr. Geiger or Mrs. Gettes, School Counselors, if you have questions or concerns. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shR8DLyOkcg
Lunch delivery has started we have a large number of lunches today so please be patient with delivery times.
Updated AP Exam information. Either follow this link: https://drive.google.com/a/morrisonschools.org/file/d/1n-uw-Ycw8TZLPkOPwhBPdb__AX3bzFVE/view?usp=drivesdk Or check the counselor's corner pg on the MHS site under COVID - 19 information. Contact Ms. Streets with questions.
Since the libraries are closed, Mrs. Stevenson shows you how you can access free e-books and audiobooks while at home. Watch the video here: https://youtu.be/SiLAvcIfJRg
Here is the link for today, April 6th, to the morning announcements for the high school: https://youtu.be/HXP05MKYYYs
Listed below is the link to the lunch order form for this week. If possible please try to place your orders by Tuesday. Thank you! https://forms.gle/RzmicYZeDkGjGxM17
Reminder to all junior high students/families. Packet pick-up for the second week of e-learning is tomorrow. The building will be open from 7 AM until 7 PM.
The IESA has officially cancelled the track season for all junior high schools. For those families that ordered track apparel, we will get it out to students at a later date.
Northside and Southside pick up times for Monday are 9-Noon and 2-7PM. Southside parents should hear from teachers if there are packets that would require you to pick up. Stay Healthy!
Pick up of necessary items for April 6-10th, will be Monday at 9-10:30 & 5-6:30. Please use either the front doors off Genesee Ave or the Swimming Pool Ramp door. Completed assignments may be dropped off at the teacher's door. Put your name on ALL items.
Here is the link for today, April 3rd, to the morning announcements for the high school: https://youtu.be/QRblsIAMDL8
Having issues with your school issued chromebook? Please contact the MCUSD6 Technology Department directly so we can help! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org any time. During normal business hours, you can call 8157724071 and dial extension 11016 at any point in the options menu. Once you dial the extension, it will beep and pause for a few seconds before ringing. We will be happy to help you in any way we can.
Here is the link for today, April 2nd, to the morning announcements for the high school: https://youtu.be/B3jzcumM79Y
MHS Sophomores and juniors - The applications to be a BLIND leader for the 2020-2021 school year will be shared with you today via email. If you are interested in applying please create your own copy of the correct application and submit it to Mrs. Stevenson and Mrs. Landes by April 20th at the end of the day. Current leaders must fill out a returning leader application and submit it by the deadline as well. If you have any questions email Mrs. Landes or Mrs. Stevenson.
Here is the link for today, April 1st, to the morning announcements for the high school: https://youtu.be/wrJ2m60WGH0
04/1/2020 To: MCUD #6 Parents/Guardians Re: Extension of Mandated Closure Dear Parents and Community Members: I hope this message finds you and your families safe and well. Yesterday, Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker announced that remote learning in Illinois will be extended through April 30 in order to slow down the spread of COVID-19. During this time, on-site learning will remain suspended but our schools’ commitment to learning and education will remain open and learning will continue for all students - just through a different format. While it is not ideal, we want to assure you that at the Morrison School District, our teachers and staff are fully engaged and willing to take on this new challenge and push forward with remote learning, engaging with students and continuing with our food distribution program. I know this is not the school year that any of us imagined, but I want to thank you for your patience and understanding as we have dealt with this unprecedented situation together. It’s important we continue to work together and support our students. Thanks again. Stay Healthy Scott Vance Superintendent
Good Morning! With the start of E-Learning today I wanted to share a document with you that has information pertaining to responsibilities for all of us during this new phase of education. Please remember these aren't the only responsibilities, but rather a guide https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PIvVFrAyDPXgOSRKdDQM5LOD-55XP5VzAClEkYlQo7Q/edit?usp=sharing
Here is the link for today, March 31, to the morning announcements for the high school: https://youtu.be/dswclS2fmbo
Congratulations to Morrison High School’s Scholastic Bowl team for achieving a second-place finish in the Three Rivers Conference this season! Morrison finished the season with a 10-2 record.
Good Morning, As we are preparing to enter in an uncharted phase of our educational experience. Please know that our teachers and administrators are working tirelessly to get everything ready to continue to educate our students. Before our E-Learning formally begins tomorrow there are several items that I want to make you aware of, additional information, including links to daily/weekly assignments, can be found on the E-Learning segment of the District website. Parents will NO longer need to take attendance daily. Fridays in April will be classified as "Remote Learning Planning Days". These days will allow our teachers the opportunity to plan, prepare videos/instructional packets, and many other things for the upcoming week. On these days teachers may not be available to respond to student questions. If students have questions on those days they may submit them and the teacher will get to them as soon as they can. Lunch will be provided for students who sign up using the google form throughout the mandated closure. For the safety of students and staff we are limiting access to the buildings so if you need anything from your students locker etc...they should get them today. If you cannot make it in today please contact your students principal to make alternate arrangements. As we have stated before this situation is one that none of us has ever encountered. Everyone in our district is working to make this transition as smooth as possible. I cannot say enough how proud I am of our staff and the effort they have put in. We will continue to do whatever we can to meet the needs of all our students. If during the course of this closure you have any questions please feel free to contact me or your student(s) principal(s). Thank you again for your continued patience. Working together we will get through this! Stay Healthy! Scott Vance Superintendent
If you are interested in ordering a lunch/breakfast this week please follow the link and complete the order form. As a reminder there is a pick up and delivery option. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd764gMddhpmq2329DlU0ot7KQgI6oQvYIyvi557_Ch52ibxg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Please make sure students are checking their emails for invitations to google classroom from some of their teachers.
MHS will be open Monday, 3/30/20 from 9:00-10:30AM & 5:00-6:30PM for students to pick up needed materials. We ask that you follow social distancing protocol to the best of your ability.
Please remember that Miss Bov'ee is available for any MJHS student that may need counseling services during this time.
Morrison High School students please check your email. Administration and teachers are sending information out to you this week.
The District will be extending lunch service to next week. Any student under the age of 18 can order a lunch by following the link below... https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSewgSUStonpJ5e3iJi1hPn4u5CPghr6uB8D3qWlJNIIrSQqsg/viewform?usp=sf_link
People wishing to get personal items from their students lockers may do so today and tomorrow. In the event that our closure is extended the district will provide time to pick up chrome books, packets, and other educational related materials at a later date. If you don’t need something from the school please stay home. We will provide access again at the appropriate time to get everything your child needs.
Students will have access to the high school Friday, March 20 between 8:00-12:00 for the pupose of gathering materials. Teachers may have been in contact via email with instructions for collection of new educational content. Please use this time wisely & safely.
Hey MHS students, even though we’re not in school it’s still time to do the March MVP. The nomination form has been shared with you, so take a minute and make a nomination. This month we will be taking all of the nominations (that are not just silly ones for Shockwaves or something 😂) and turning them into a google presentation to be shared with everyone!! So think about who has brightened your days at MHS and nominate them!!
Check out this very extensive list of learning resources you can use at home! https://sites.google.com/morrisonschools.org/homelearningresourcescovid19/home
Students now have access to take AR quizzes at home! Go to https://hosted46.renlearn.com/182260/ to log in. Your child should know their username and password. If not, contact their teacher. Not sure what the quiz number is? Go to www.arbookfind.com to look this up. You can search by the book title on the actual AR site as well.
I wanted to remind all junior high families that the building will be open for students to come in and get books, materials, chromebooks, PE clothes, and anything else they may need. It will be open today from 2:00pm until 6:00pm and tomorrow from 8:00am until 12:00pm. Students will also be able to check books out from the library if they wish.
Just a reminder that if you ordered a lunch for this week they will be available today in the high school foyer beginning at 11:00. Deliveries will also begin at 11:00 am today.
Northside parents: In an effort to maintain as much normalcy as possible, Mr. Harridge will be posting videos, hopefully daily, for students to watch at home. He will be leading the pledge as well as sharing a short message. He also hopes to post videos of him reading books as well. Please subscribe to his channel to receive notifications when videos are posted. Here is a link to his video for today: https://youtu.be/amFzjSnXVWc
Feel free to read the attached social story to your students about the current school closure written by Mrs. Rodriguez. https://drive.google.com/a/morrisonschools.org/file/d/15tnR7QQkLc2iIY3V4RPEEMAJWbB3UtbR/view?usp=drivesdk
Students wanting extra resources to practice the math portion of the SAT may stop by G5 to pick up packets from 9-11 today .
03/15/2020 To: MCUD #6 Parents/Guardians Re: COVID-19 UPDATE (2) Dear Parents/Guardians: Earlier this evening I made the decision to close school tomorrow March 16th, 2020. Please know that this decision was not made lightly, but was made in consideration for the safety of our students and staff. As a result of the decision to close there are several items that need to be shared and questions answered. Will these days need to be made up? The state board of education has determined that all school days between March 17th and March 30th will be designated as Act of God Days. Act of God days are utilized when circumstances beyond the district’s control cause a school/district to close and therefore DO NOT need to be made up. Tomorrow (March 16th) was not designated as an Act of God Day and will therefore need to be made up. The decision on when tomorrow will be made up will be made at a later date depending on when we return to regularly scheduled classes. Is it possible that the mandated school closure be extended? At this point that is a possibility. The governor in his statewide conference call with superintendents on Friday stated that an extension may be a possibility. Will the District alter Spring Break? NO. The district will maintain the current Spring Break schedule. Is the District going to engage in E learning? Not at this time. Since these days are designated as Act of God Days (see #1 above) they do not count as instructional days. Furthermore the ISBE is continuing to develop guidelines as it pertains to E Learning and until such time as those guidelines are set the District will not be engaging in an E Learning program. In the event that the mandated closure is extended the District will notify parents of the plan to continue your child’s instruction. What can I do to help with my child’s education? The District will be posting links to educational resources that will help to keep students engaged and reinforce learning that has already occurred. Will lunch be provided for students during the mandated closure? YES. A school closure lunch order form was sent out earlier tonight. If you did not receive that notification you can phone into the district office to place your order. The district will offer grab and go lunches or the option to have lunches delivered. Where can we go to get more information? All updates pertaining to COVID-19 and our District will come from my office and will be posted on the District social media sites, website, and emailed to parents/guardians as soon as possible. Are extracurricular activities allowed to practice during the closure? NO. As long as the mandated closure is in effect all extracurricular activities are cancelled. The District will continue post updates as they are made available from the IHSA and the IESA. Additionally the high school weight room will not be open. Will students have access to the building to retrieve books etc…? There will be a minimum number of staff on site during the closure, but there is no guarantee that that means you will be able to access the building. If you must get into the building calling the district office to see if there is staff on site that day is recommended. Sincerely, Scott Vance Scott Vance Superintendent
Attention parents of incoming kindergarten students: The parent meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday, March 17 will be rescheduled for a later date and time. Thank you for your understanding.
Please read the following message from the Northside/Southside PTO: Based on the district’s closing from March 16-30, 2020 due to COVID - 19, we have decided to cancel the Hurts Donut fundraiser this year. Although we’re disappointed that we had to make this choice, we are uncertain as to what the next few weeks will bring and if we could make the fundraiser up at a later date. Students who have already turned in their fundraiser forms and money will have the envelopes returned to them when school reopens. If an earlier timeframe is desired, please private message our Facebook page or a member of the PTO. As this fundraiser was meant to provide programming and cover the cost of field trip bussing for our Northside and Southside students, we hope to find other ways of raising funds in the near future.
The scholarahip deadline of March 16th is still in effect. If you have materials that need to be turned in, please bring them to the MHS main office between the hours of 9-12.
With the extended school closure the district will be providing lunch for students this week beginning Tuesday March 17th. Parents/guardians wishing to order lunch for their children should follow the link below or contact the district office to place their order. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdzBiArQ6pNb2DeV1TH6il9-bIqWTXJKr7AWrZgkJJ3lDp6Gw/viewform?usp=sf_link
Due to the ever changing situation with the COVID-19 virus the district has decided to cancel classes for tomorrow March 16th.
Due to the late start tomorrow morning, there will be no PreK both AM and PM.
Attention Northside and Southside parents: Hurts Donut orders are due on Monday the 16th! Get them in before school closes on Tuesday. We won’t be able to accept late orders. Thank you for all your support! 🍩 🍩 🍩
Scholarship applications will still be collected at the end of the school day on March 16th. Turn your information into the MHS main office. $$$$$$$$$$$$$
MCUD #6 will be opening two (2) hours late Monday March 16th. More information is forthcoming in regards to the Governor's announcement that he closing schools beginning Tuesday March 17th.
The March Madness games scheduled for tonight at Morrison High School have been postponed. We will host the event later in school year. Also all sporting events for next week have been cancelled. As these unique times play out we will reevaluate midweek to see if we need to continue to postpone games or participate in the scheduled events. Teams may continue to hold regularly scheduled practices.
The District regrets to announce that the Junior High IMEA festival scheduled for tomorrow at MJHS and MHS has been cancelled.
Due to a water main break in Erie, there will be no Junior High Quiz Bowl meet this evening. It will be rescheduled. There is no practice today. There will be practice tomorrow after school until 3:45.
Under the direction of Northern Illinois University, the IESA has cancelled this weekend's State Wrestling Finals at the Convocation Center due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Congratulations Cameron McDonnell, Will Meier, and Donny Reavy on a great season!!
Due to an all staff training, MCUD #6 will be dismissing at 2:05 pm on Wednesday March 18, 2020. Northside will be dismissing at 1:55 pm on that day. There WILL BE afternoon PreK on that day.
Thank you so much to everyone who came to the MCUSD 6 Library Book Garage Sale on Saturday! Hope you enjoy your books!
The Morrison High School Softball team Adcraft webstore is currently open until March 11. The link to the webstore is https://filliessoftball2020.itemorder.com/
MJHS cup fundraiser order forms are due tomorrow. Please drop them off in the office. We will of course be taking them into next week, but in order to help with the production time we ask that you please try and get them in ASAP.
Attention Juniors and Junior Parents - next week on Wednesday, March 11 the juniors will be participating in the Illinois Science Assessment. The test will run from 8 until 11. Students will NOT be attending WACC this day. Attendance is important as this test is mandatory.
There will be a Parent/Student Trap Shooting team registration meeting March 10th at 5:30pm in the High School auditorium.
Just a reminder that this Saturday, March 7 is the annual Library Book Garage Sale in the community room at Odell Library! This year's sale contains books from Southside, MHS, and MJHS, and all proceeds support the school libraries! Hope to see you there from 9 to 2!
Congratulations to our 9 IESA Wrestling Sectional Qualifiers: Kamden White, Levi Milder, Brady Anderson, Donny Reavy, Zach Milder, Luke Carpenter, Evan McDonnell, Cameron McDonnell, and Will Meier! They will compete this Saturday for trip to State!
The 2020 Morrison High School Baseball webstore is now open! https://www.adcraftwebstore.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=5638
Southside Parents! Starting March 2, any students riding the pink bus to Northside to either walk home or get dropped off for after school club will now be riding the RED BUS to Northside.
Southside parents! Monday is Read Across America Day. Along with activities students will have a Pajama Day!
Tonight’s junior high quiz bowl meet with Riverdale has been canceled. A make up date will be scheduled.
In remembrance of Southside Student Dawson Sterenberg staff and students are encouraged to wear purple to school on Friday February 28th.
MCUD #6 sends our deepest condolences to the Sterenberg family during this difficult time. The district will have additional counselors on hand tomorrow at Southside for anyone who may need it.”
https://www.facebook.com/pg/WoodlawnArts/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2880993128613382&ref=page_internal Please Take a look through the artwork, and if you love the Morrison Junior High Kids' artwork, please push "Like" to give them a vote! They work hard on these assignments and I would love to see them place. There are 7, you may vote for all of them. Thank You!
This year there is the strong possibility of dual credit being offered on site at MHS for our students. Currently, if enrollment is significant enough, Sauk Valley Community College is willing to offer four classes. Check your email and Skyward for more information!
Morrison's High School Track teams webstore through Adcraft opened today and is open until 2-27. There are several options for clothing items and other fan gear for sale. The link to view the webstore is http://adcraftwebstores.com/category/currentwebstores/
Congratulations to Colton Linke on qualifying for the IHSA Wrestling Tournament!
Please help support Post Prom by participating in the Prep Cook Freeze Fundraiser. These meals are amazing for families on the go. They also come with instant pot directions. Please print out and drop off your order and payment at any of the four schools. Make checks payable to Susie Holbrook. Thank you!
Today is the last day to take the Illinois 5 Essential Parent Survey. If you haven't already taken it, please do so for each school you have students in. https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/?target_name=parent
The makeup date for the Boy's Basketball game versus Orion is set for Wednesday Feb 19th. The F/S will tip off at 5:30 pm.
Just a reminder that today is an early dismissal. Northside will be dismissing at 12:05 & the remaining schools at 1:05.
Tonight's basketball games between Morrison and Orion have been cancelled. Due to the forecast Orion would not travel.
5Essentials Parent Survey. The parent response rate for MJHS is 18%. We need 20% of our parents to respond in order to receive a report. If you have not already done so, please take the survey. It closes in 3 days!!! http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/
Just a reminder - our final meeting for incoming freshmen is tonight at 5:30 at the high school. If you attended the meeting last Wednesday, this is the same information and you only need to attend one. We look forward to seeing you there.
The District has had several confirmed cases of Influenza. Please remember your student needs to be fever free for 24 hours without medication before returning to school. Students who are present at school with a fever (documented by the nurse) may be sent home.
A quick reminder that there will be another meeting for the incoming 8th grade parents on Monday, February 10 at 5:30 in the high school auditorium. This meeting will be identical to the one held Wednesday, February 5. Parents only need to attend one of the meetings.
Don't forget: Incoming 8th graders' "yellow sheet" registration forms are due to Ms. Bovee in the junior high counseling office by Wednesday, February 12th.
Due to unforeseen conflicts, the 8th grade registration presentation will be held Monday, February 10 at 5:30 in the high school auditorium. This time is in addition to tonight's presentation. We look forward to meeting all the 8th grade parents!
Attention Northside parents/guardians that drop their students off on Genesee in the AM: Bi-County has some vans/buses without stop arms/lights. Please wait for students to be unloaded before passing. Student safety is our priority and we appreciate your understanding.
Reminder- All 8th grade parents there is a high school informational meeting Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 5:30 in the high school auditorium.
The Girl's Basketball game between Morrison & Kewanee Wethersfield scheduled on Thursday Feb. 6th has been cancelled due to a scheduling conflict. There will not be a make up date.
MHS is considering the possibility of offering Driver Education during a summer school session. Subject to approval by the MCUD #6 Board, the program would run from 6/1 through 6/25 & would be priced at $295. Contact Mr. Bartoz by Feb 10 if interested in more information.
Looking for something to do tonight? Checkout Lady Fillies basketball on the NFHS Network. Tip will be approximately 6:50 as the Fillies square off against state ranked #7 Riverdale.
Hello Parents, This is a friendly reminder that the 2020 Illinois Parent Survey is still open. The survey window will close on Feb. 14, 2020. If you have not yet had a chance to take the survey, we ask that you please do so. Your input into you child’s education is very important to us. The link ink for parent survey is: http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/ Thank you
Tonight's Boy's Basket ball game vs E-P has been cancelled. Also the Girl's basketball team is not attending the Freeport tournament today. Both are the case of the weather and road conditions.
Northside Elementary will dismiss at 1:55 today all of the schools will be dismissing at 2:05.
Due to our early release there will be no afternoon PreK today.
Due to forecasted snow later today that could impact travel MCUD #6 will be dismissing one (1) hour early today at 2:05 pm.
Cancellations so far for this weekend. Tonight's Boy's Basketball game vs Orion has been cancelled. The JV wrestling tournament in Erie has been cancelled. Tomorrow's Freshman basketball games at Newman have been cancelled. I will pass on any other cancellations if they happen.
Check out this 2020 Class A Boys Pre-Season Preview featuring our very own 4X800 Champions! https://il.milesplit.com/articles/273861-2020-class-a-boys-pre-season-relays-preview
Saturday's Girls Basketball tournament at Freeport Aquin has had an adjustment to the start time. Morrison will play its first game at 1:30 pm and the second at 4:30 pm.
The MCUSD 6 Caring Closet would like to thank everyone for their amazing donations in our first year. Due to a limited amount of space and the community's overwhelming generosity, we are at this time no longer accepting donations to the Closet. We will continue to distribute the items that have been donated as well as post updates about any future needs. Thank you again, Morrison, for your awesome support of our students!
The sophomore tour of WACC that was scheduled for 1/15/2020 has been rescheduled for 1/31/2020.
Just a quick reminder that we are dismissing at the normal time today NOT 1:05.
We have been made aware that a local media outlet is reporting the Morrison schools are cancelled for today, that is not accurate we are still in a 2 hour delay
With the delayed start there will be no WACC bus today.
Due to icy road conditions MCUD #6 will have a 2 hour delayed start. The early release scheduled for today is cancelled and we will dismiss at the regular times.
This is a reminder that the 2020 Illinois 5 Essentials Parent Survey opened on Oct. 24, 2019. The survey window will close on Feb. 14, 2020. If you have not yet taken the survey, please do so for every building you have a student in. The link for parents to take the survey is: http://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/survey/parent/ Thank you
There have been a couple additions to cancellations for this weekend. Tonight's basketball games with Sherrard have been cancelled. Also the Cheerleaders will not be attending the competition in Woodstock tomorrow.
Tomorrow's Freshman Boy's Basketball tournament at Kewanee has been cancelled due to the forecast. As of 8:15 am all other scheduled weekend events are on. I will send out updates if anything changes with scheduling.
Tonight's wrestling meet at Riverdale High School will only be a dual with Riverdale, Putnam County/Hall has withdrawn. The meet will still start at 5:30 pm.
There will be live boy's basketball action on the NFHS Network tonight. Catch the livestream at www.nfhsnetwork.com.
MHS Boys Basketball has added a game to the schedule. The boys will be playing at Stockton on Tuesday January 14th. Tip off for the F/S game will be 6:00 pm at Stockton High School.
We are still looking for a few volunteers to help with the MJHS Lock-In this Friday. Even if you can't help all night, coming in for a few hours is a big help. The 2AM to 5AM time slot is where the most need is. Get home from work, sleep for a little bit and then come help. THANKS!!!
Don't forget to sign up for Jr. High wrestling. Practice starts Jan. 6 after school. Get all of your fees and waivers taken care of.
MHS ugly sweater day🎄
Reminder - Family Fun Night Thursday, Dec. 19th 6:30 to 8:00 at MJHS. Fun for the whole family!! Roller Skating, Open Gym, Karaoke, Cornhole, Pingpong. Concessions for sale.
Reminder - Please take a few minutes to fill out the Illinois 5 Essentials Parent Survey if you have not done so already. Please complete one for every school you have a student(s) in. Thank you!! https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/
Today the MHS BLIND leaders along with some of their freshmen group members visited the students of Northside. The students read a story to the kids and then passed out candy canes and books. The Rotary Club of Morrison generously purchases a book for each child at Northside. Thank you Rotary for helping provide each student with a new book at Christmas time! 🎄📖🎁
Don't forget to catch the livestream of Fillies Basketball tonight. Fresh/Soph is in action now, and varsity will be in action in about 1 hour. www.nfhsnetwork.com
Girls Basketball sign up is currently underway for any 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th grade girl that is interested in playing. Please have your student sign up in either the Southside School office of the Junior High office.
MJHS is still in need of chaperones for our 1st Semester Lock-In on Dec. 20th from 10:00PM to 8:00AM. If any parents are able to help, please let us know.
Check out the excellent piece on high school Scholastic Bowl—including the Monday, Dec. 9 competition at Rock Falls HS—online at https://www.saukvalley.com/2019/12/09/quiz-time-local-students-test-their-knowledge-against-one-another-in-scholastic-bowl-competition/asuabhy/
The band/choir concert tonight will be streamed on the NFHS Network. Go to www.nfhsnetwork.com and search Morrison High School to find it. This is a FREE stream. Tell your family and friends.
Please remember to take the Illinois 5 Essentials Survey if you are a parent of a junior high student. Thank you!! https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/
There will be a jr. high wrestling open mat Tuesday after school until 4:45 in the upstairs wrestling room of the high school.
Just a reminder tonight's Girls Basketball Game will be at Savanna High School at 6:00 pm.
Due to a scheduling conflict Monday's Girls basketball game has changed. The game will be played at Savanna High School instead of at Mt. Carroll. Also the start time has been adjusted to a 6:00 pm F/S tip off with the varsity game to follow.
The Chromebooks that MCUD #6 had for sale are all sold out. Thank you to everyone who purchased one.
Attention Northside parents/guardians: We are about 2 months into our drop off/pick up changes and I want to thank everyone for their understanding and patience. This is a friendly reminder that Cherry St. is a loading and unloading zone only from 2:00 - 3:00 PM. Thank you!
Morrison Elementary PTO is still in need of bake sale items to be donated for the craft fair. You can drop off individually packaged items at the junior high Friday until 7:00 PM and Saturday between 6:00 AM and 9:00 AM. Thank you so much for your support!
MCUD #6 has surplus Chromebooks for sale. Cost for each one is $30. Please check Skyward or your email for more information on purchasing. They may be purchased at Morrison Junior High School.
Game time for the 6th Grade Boys Basketball Tournament on Monday, Dec 2nd at MJHS is approximately 5:00PM. If they win that game they will play again at 7:00PM.
T.C. Ottens earn's all tournament team honors at the Oregon Holiday Day Basketball Tournament. Great job T.C. keep up the hard work!!
The college prep math class took a break From intense algebra today to learn origami - which involves precise angles and folds. Keegan took the lead with Jonah assisting.
Just a friendly reminder that the junior high basketball game tonight at RiverBend will be the 8th grade playing first followed by 7th grade. Game starts at 4:00pm.
MHS is so proud of Hannah Stralow, a @CokeScholars Semifinalists from this region.She is one of just a handful selected from 93,000+ applicants! Learn more about the #CokeScholars Program $20,000 college scholarship & see a full list of Semifinalists at www.coca-colascholars.org
ATTN. WRESTLING PARENTS, there will be a parent's meeting for Jr. High and High School wrestling parents on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 6:15pm in the party room of BBP. Schedules, rules and season info. will be addressed.
Hard fought game today. Excellent season Stangs!
Titans hold on, 20-13.
3.2 seconds left. This is it
Dbl reverse pass to the 2!
MhS ball 48 yards away. 49 seconds remain.
Titans score on a 13 yard pass. 2pt try is no good. Still a 1 score game. 20-13 with 3:48 remaining.
Stangs turn it over. Need a stop!
Big goalline stop for the Defense! 6:38 to go.
Mustangs march down the field thru the air. Helms to Kennedy for the TD. PAT is blocked. 14-13Titans with 2:17 left in 3rd.
Titans regain the lead. 14-7 4:51 remaining in the 3rd.
Teams traded field position through 2nd qtr. 7-6 MHS at the half.
End of 1st. 7-6 MHS
Allen INT to the house! 7-6 Stangs. 2:18 left in 1st.
Titans draw first blood. 0-6 8:341st qtr
Saturday November 16th MHS football will be playing Annawan-Wethersfield at Wethersfield Memorial Stadium at 439 Willard St. in Kewane. The game time has been set for 1:00 pm with the gates opening at 11:00 am. Ticket prices have been set by the IHSA at $7.00 for all attending the game except babies that are carried. A-W is bringing in extra seating to accommodate a larger crowd.
The Class 1A quarterfinal playoff game between Morrison and Annawan-Wethersfield will be played on Saturday Nov.16th. Kick off at Wethersfield Memorial Stadium will be at 1:00 pm.
Congratulations to Koby Brackemeyer! He finished his High school cross country career today at the IHSA 1A Cross Country Championships!
Game. Mustangs 44-12. On to the quarterfinals!!!
End of the 3rd. 37-12 Mustangs.
Mustangs turn an Allen INT into another Wilkens TD to open 3rd qtr. 37-12 10:03 in 3rd.
No quit in K-H. 30-12 Mustangs. 3:30 left in 2nd qtr.
MHS starting to pull away! 30-6 with 5:51 left before halftime.
MHS 22-6 with 11:12 in the 2nd qtr.
Pleny of offense so far. MHS14-6. 6:53 1st qtr.
K-H answers. 7-6 Mustangs. 7:57 1st qtr.
Helms pass to Anderson for 65 yards! Kennedy PAT is good. 7-0 Mustangs.
If you can't be in attendance for the game today, you can watch and listen to the game at www.nfhsnetwork.com. The cost for 1-month of access is $10. Once there, search for Morrison High School. Tell all your long distance family and friends! Don't let anyone miss out!
The MCUSD 6 Caring Closet has its first drop box out and ready! If you'd like to donate but can't get your items to the school, drop them in the drop box at Morrison McDonalds! If you drop off items you will receive a coupon for a free small McDonalds menu item! A big thanks to McDonalds for this idea and for helping us out!
At 10:00AM this morning, MCUSD6 conducted a test of it's voice and text alert system. Parents and staff members with contact information in Skyward, should have received an alert. Those who did not receive a message should check their contact information in Skyward to be sure it's up to date. Please contact the District with any questions or issues.
Saturday November 9th at 1:00 pm Morrison will be hosting Kirkland Hiawatha in an IHSA second round playoff football game. Ticket prices for the game are set by the IHSA and are $6.00. The ticket booths will open at 11:30 am, while the gates will be opened at 12:00 pm.
Just a reminder that due to parent teacher conferences this afternoon and evening dismissal times for today are: NS 11:20; SS, JH, and HS at 11:30.
Reminder that the career fair will be held today from 3-7 at the HS. Feel free to drop by and visit with some local businesses.
Reminder to join us this afternoon for parent/teacher conferences from 1:00-7:00 pm. Open house format allows you to come and go on your time. All teachers will be located in the gym. The office will be able to print off your student's schedule if needed.
Southside Parents/Guardians, Morning Drop-off procedure reminder: We ask you to please pull into the parking lot and pull along the sidewalk that runs parallel with the playground at the Southside/Jr. High parking lot to drop off your student(s) at Southside. Please DO NOT drop them off on the road outside the parking lot, or amongst the parked cars in the first lane of the parking lot. There have been a few close calls already this year with students running in front of cars and almost getting hit. If you need to drop off at the road, please do so past the parking lot where students won’t enter the lot and go between cars. Our student’s safety is the most important part of this procedure. Thank you for your attention to this matter. Jeremy Keesee Southside Principal
Just a quick reminder that today’s dismissal times are: NS 12:55 and SS, MJHS, and MHS at 1:05.
MCUSD6 will be conducting a system wide test of its new alert system on Friday, November 8th at 10:00AM. Parents, staff members, and other system contacts should expect to receive a phone call and a text message from the District at that time (and a push notification if you have downloaded the new app). Please contact the District if you do not receive an alert.
Crossroads Church is once sponsoring their annual Thanksgiving Basket outreach. Every year they pack baskets containing everything needed to prepare a Thanksgiving dinner and deliver them to families in need in our community. Baskets are given on a first come, first served basis with limited availability and they try to get them into homes where they are needed most. This year they have several extra baskets available and would like to give them to any any families with pressing needs this holiday season? If you are in need please contact Melissa Banks by Monday, November 11th and she will coordinate delivery. Missy Banks, Crossroads Church email@example.com 563.212.6523
From MCUSD6 Food Service: We are switching up the menu for tomorrow and Wednesday (11/5 and 11/6). We are having Wednesday's Menu for tomorrow which is the Made Rite sandwich and the Tuesday pizza menu will be on Wednesday. We apologize for the inconvenience
Next weekend the Morrison Mustangs will host Kirkland-Hiawatha in a second round IHSA Football Playoff game. Kick off will be at 1:00 pm on Saturday November 9th.
Koby Brackemeyer qualified for State Cross Country meet today at Oregon. Congratulations Koby!💪💙🐎❤🥇
Information for tomorrow's football playoff game. The main ticket booth will open at 2:30 pm. Those buying tickets prior to the opening of the gates may proceed to the pass gate at the North end of the stadium for entry at 3:00 pm. Both ticket gates will open at 3:00 pm. ALL tickets are $5.00 and the price is set by they IHSA. The game will be broadcast on our NFHS network and by WLLT Radio 94.3 FM.
Attention Northside parents: Due to the forecast, Northside will not be having our costume parade tomorrow. Students can still bring their costumes and will still be celebrating Halloween in their classrooms, but there will be no parade.
Reminder- 5th-8th grade boys basketball pictures will be today after school. Please make sure you have your order forms turned in before they take pictures. All athletes will have their picture taken. You can order pictures after today but there will be a $5 late fee.
Just as a reminder Newman High School does not have a Girls Swim team this year. Therefore there is no meet tonight.
The video feed of Saturdays playoff football game will be streamed online at NFHSnetwork.com. Search for Morrison High School. You will need to create an account and purchase a subscription. The announcing will be done by MHS students. The broadcast will go live at 3:50.
Thank you to everyone for sharing and commenting on the Caring Closet post yesterday! If you are interested in donating, items can be dropped off at the high school during normal office hours. If you have a large donation that you would like picked up please call the school to schedule. Here is a picture of the donation list. Some things we are currently in need of are boys', girls' and men's jeans or athletic pants all sizes of school-age students. We will continue to post with any needed items and/or updates regarding new drop-off spots for items. Thank you again for supporting MCUSD 6 students!
The first round IHSA playoff game between Morrison & Cambridge Ridgewood Coop will be held on Saturday November 2nd. Kickoff in Morrison will be at 4:00 pm. Gates will open at 3:00 pm with tickets sales starting at 2:30 pm.
Congratulations to Koby Brackemeyer for qualifying for next Saturday’s Oregon Cross Country sectional.
The Morrison Mustangs will play Cambridge-Ridgewood Co-op in the first round of the IHSA football playoffs. At this time the official game time has not been set. Once the Date and Time have been finalized it will posted on the Morrison Website. Go Stangs!!
Reminder: Southside will be conducting dress up days next week for Red Ribbon Week. Monday Proud to be drug free WEAR RED, Tuesday Team up against Drugs WEAR YOUR FAVORITE TEAM APPAREL, Wednesday Too Bright for Drugs WEAR NEON COLORS OR SUNGLASSES, Thursday Say “Boo!” To Drugs WEAR A HALLOWEEN SHIRT OR ORANGE AND BLACK, and Friday Wake Up Drug Free WEAR PAJAMAS
What is Red Ribbon Week and why are we participating? National Family Partnership, or NFP, was established as a grassroots, nonprofit organization in 1980 by a handful of concerned and determined parents who were convinced they should begin to play a leadership role in drug prevention. Their mission is to lead and support our nation’s families and communities in nurturing the full potential of healthy, drug free youth. NFP sponsors the National Red Ribbon Campaign that we take part in. Red ribbons are a symbol of our commitment to raise awareness of the destruction caused by drugs in America. Here are the dress up days for Red Ribbon Week. Thursday Oct. 24th Grade level color day 6th Orange, 7th Green , 8th Blue Staff/Teachers Black and White Friday Oct. 25th Red, White and Blue ....Morrison PRIDE! Monday Oct. 28th Tie Dye day Tuesday Oct. 29th Hawaiian Day/ Luau Day Wednesday Oct. 30th Favorite Sports Team Day Thursday is Halloween - Dress up and "Scare Drugs Away"
Yesterday State Representative Tony McCombie stopped by to present six Southside Students with certificates for completing her “Reading Buzz” summer reading program. The students pictured with Rep. McCombie are: Kinlee Prins, Evelia Milnes, Gunner Nelson, Gianna Vance, Sophie Damhoff, and Ella Milnes
Attention Northside and Southside parents: Red Wheel fundraisers are due tomorrow. If you have not done so, please send them with your student tomorrow. Thank you!
Don't let this bad weather get you down. We will have Fresh/Soph football coverage of tonight's game against Rockridge on the NFHS Network. Go to www.nfhsnetwork.com and search Morrison High School to find our livestream. Kick-off is slated for 5:30pm.
Information regarding MHS Fall Senior Night has been emailed to senior honorees. Students and escorts with questions may contact Katie Rodriguez (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thank you!
Due to a last minute conflict with one of the teams schedule, tomorrows Morrison Girls Swim meet has been moved to 5:00 pm Thursday 10-17.
Career Fair Update- a temporary employment agency has been added to our career fair. Students looking for part time work might want to stop by their booth on November 7th from 3-7 pm at MHS.
7th/8th grade boys basketball begins October 15th. All students that have signed up have received all of the paperwork needed to participate. If you have any questions, please contact us.
Just a quick reminder that tomorrow is an early dismissal.
This Friday October 11th the Varsity football game will be played at Prophetstown High School football field.
Reminder- 5th/6th Grade Boys Basketball begins Monday, October 7th. Any student wishing to participate must have an up-to-date physical, blue waiver form completed, and participation fee paid.
THUSE will start a bit early tonight with Powder Puff semifinals at 5:30. Our normal THUSE program will start at 6:00 pm. It’s $2 at the gate, come join us for a night of fun for Homecoming 2019 “Where Dreams Come True”
Way to go Coach Oetting and the MHS football team! https://www.fridaynightdrive.com/2019/09/29/morrisons-speed-too-much-for-newman/a2vqx4l/#.XZDBZ6L0ZmE.facebook
Final score: Morrison 18 - Newman 6
Saturday's Football game versus Newman is on as scheduled with a 7:00 pm kick off. Tomorrow's Lorrin Fassett Golf Tournament start time has been adjusted to 10:00 am.
Please be advised, that all MCUSD 6 Schools have been placed on a soft lockdown at the request of the Morrison Police Department while they conduct a search for a possible suicidal subject. There is NO direct threat to the schools. This is just a precaution.
The Wooden Shoe returns to Morrison!! https://www.fridaynightdrive.com/lists/2019/09/21/da3a4fda238246389f72ff3c997f818a/index.xml?page=1
Congratulations to Coach Oetting and the Morrison Mustangs for bringing back the Wooden Shoe with a 24-0 over Fulton tonight!
The Morrison School District is proud to announce the launch of the MCUD #6 app. The app is available in both the Apple App Store and the Google Play store. The app will contain everything you need to know about the district. It will also be your link to all notifications from the district including school closings and school delays. The app can be downloaded to your phone by visiting the district website (on your phone) and scrolling to the bottom of the homepage and then clicking on your individual app provider.
Attention Junior and Senior Parents! The high school is hosting a FAFSA night next Thursday, Sept. 26 at 6:00. A representative from ISAC (Illinois Student Assistance Commission) will be presenting in the auditorium and then available to answer questions afterwards. The presentation will cover the basics of how to find, complete and send the FAFSA to any colleges your student wishes to attend. We would love to see everyone there.
Despite some errors, it’s always nice for our kids and community to get some publicity! https://www.kwqc.com/content/sports/Fulton--Morrison-Headline-This-Weeks-TV6-Spotlight-Game-560741911.html
MCUD #6 has the following coaching vacancies for the 2019-2020 school year: High School Varsity baseball High School F/S baseball Junior High wrestling Junior High girls basketball Interested applicants can apply online through the district website.
Don’t forget to register! https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fforms%2Fd%2Fe%2F1FAIpQLSdWVL20htOhKPWO6aa8M7kC_WWspi6L9t640sQ0mORSn-xm6A%2Fviewform%3Fedit_requested%3Dtrue%26fbclid%3DIwAR1aE7jgVo3LQ7m1zgDKcQEf_2knHZ5ClJGbMA1deT2OCkcqtlXQHiEkC6Q%26usp%3Dembed_facebook&h=AT0EONM9hFaJa5HOMlpdVbZLXjkRDWq2Ywm1LBOeL5kz1rXk4x_N7koSBgfeV1nSAQKWMwU7P2ze1TpIjfCsxH_kjSxEwh8FaxzxAlxWmO9iK1Kq4hOm3KdZgxKGskKLvWc_7ZPXrgQL&s=1
Just a reminder that tomorrow (9/11/19) will be our first early release day of September. Students will be released at 1:05 (HS, JH, SS) and at 12:55 (NS). Lunch will be served.
Mustangs beat Sherrard 54-6!
End of the 3rd quarter Mustangs lead Sherrard 47-6!
Mustangs lead Sherrard 40-6 at halftime.