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Mr. Mamone

Dear Students and Parents:

Welcome to Martins Ferry High School and the 2017-2018 school year! The mission of Martins Ferry High School is to develop responsible and respectful young adults who are critical thinkers with 21st century knowledge and skills that will make them self-sufficient, productive members of society in a safe learning environment. I expect everyone in the MFHS community to treat each other with respect. Building positive, professional relationships is a skill our students will have upon graduating from Martins Ferry High School.

As our students enter their final years of schooling in the Martins Ferry City School District, they will have the full support of the faculty. Our teachers will challenge students academically to help them achieve at a high level. An experienced kitchen staff will prepare high-nutrition meals to fuel their bodies. The custodial staff will ensure that our students can function in a safe and clean environment. An administrative team has been assembled to optimize the functionality of the school, provide guidance and counseling when needed, and ensure that our students are well prepared as they move onto the next stage of their lives after high school.  

With course offerings from general education to college and tech prep, MFHS offers a variety of classes to pique your interest. We also offer extra-curricular programs that are some of the best in Belmont County. With options such as Drug-Free Club, Garden Club, Tech Club and Wilderness Club, I encourage you to find something you love and get involved.

I hope that your time at Martins Ferry High School is an experience beyond compare. I hope that you build friendships and create memories that will last a lifetime!

I am proud to serve you and my alma mater as principal.

Go Riders!

Joe Mamone

 






MFHS Homecoming Court 2017      
Homecoming 2017     King Candidates: Jacob Johnson, Ozy Gil, Austin Bassa, Cameron Tickerhoof, Demetrius Dokes

Queen Candidates:  Sierra Pintarich, Lissy Barritt, Taylor Stalder, Shaelee Monroe, Samantha Eimer

Attendants:  Kayla Theaker, freshman; Kayana Jones, sophomore; Helen Koucoumaris, junior  
     
 
College Road Trip 2017
A CFOV Community Impact Grant Project
   

College Road Trip
 

 

MFHS students gather around Brutus Buckeye in December at OSU's Ohio Union on the preliminary College Road Trip. A $5270 grant from the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley and its Community Impact Fund will expand the program to four college visits for eligible students.

The College Road Trip 2017 is a series of four road trips to two university campuses during each trip.  College admission representatives will guide students on tours of least eight college campuses.  Students will visit dormitories and eat in campus dining halls.  Two trips will be taken this semester and two will be taken in the fall.  All college-bound 9th-12th graders who have taken the ACT or register to take the ACT, and who parents meet with Ms. Bliss are eligible to participate.  Trips are limited to 25 students.  Eligible students may register for one or more of the available trips.  This fall, The College Road Trip will travel to WVU.  For more information, please contact Stacey Bliss at stacey.bliss@omeresa.net or call the high school at 633-0684.  


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On October 18, at 7:30 A.M., Mr. Briggs will be at the high school library to take yearbook pictures. Everyone needs to get their picture taken. The pictures are also available for purchase.

The College Road Trip is taking students to visit Ohio University Athens and Marietta College on April 11. The first 25 students to return a signed permission slip and emergency medical form may participate. This an all day trip. Bus leaves at 6 A.M. See Mrs. Bliss for a permission slip and emergency medical form. 

Ohio Department of Health mandates the immunizations necessary for students attending school in Ohio. Meningococcal (MCV4) vaccine is a NEW required vaccine for students attending Ohio schools. This information impacts our current 11th grade students.

2 Doses of the meningococcal vaccine must be administered prior to entry of 12th grade.  The recommended MCV4 minimum interval is at least 8 weeks between dose one and dose two.  If the first dose of MCV4 was administered on or after the 16th birthday, a second dose is not required.





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