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Lunch and Learn
Lunch and Learn is a positive school-wide initiative to encourage and support student achievement. This plan allows for time during the day for students to receive remediation, support, or enrichment.
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Wellness Flyer
Student Health and Wellness is a Top Priority
Marlboro County School District is making student health and wellness a top priority. To help guide the district in this effort, Marlboro County School District Board of Education recently approved revisions to the district’s school wellness policy (Policy code ADF).
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First MCSD Harbor Freight Fellows Recognized
First MCSD Harbor Freight Fellows Recognized
Students at Marlboro County High School have been provided the opportunity to gain meaningful work experience, thanks to Connie Anderson, the Public Information Officer for the Marlboro County School District. Mrs. Anderson originated the valuable partnership with Mr. Charlie Plant, Program Director of the Harbor Freight Fellows Initiative. This partnership allows Marlboro County High School to collaborate with the business community
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MCHS Academic Challenge Team
MCHS Academic Challenge Team to Compete in National Competition
The Marlboro County High School Academic Challenge team has overcome several obstacles during the 2018-19 school year. Team members are showing how hard work and perseverance are paying off by receiving an invitation to participate in the JV division at the 37th annual National Academic Challenge Championship in Arlington, Va., on May 30-June 1.
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Christopher Hyatt
Hyatt Makes Local History
Christopher Hyatt is set to make local history when he graduates from Marlboro County High School on Saturday, June 8th. He will become the first student at MCHS to graduate with his high school diploma, and an Associate Degree from Northeastern Technical College at the same time.
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