Welcome

Phil Suek, Principal

If I can be of any help in supporting your child’s path to success at Mark Morris, please call the main office at 575-7663.


1602 Mark Morris Ct.
Longview, WA 98632

360-575-7770
360-575-7699 (Fax)


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MM-RAL Football game Friday night

Pre- Sale Tickets for Friday’ Mark Morris vs. R.A. Long game will be sold on Thursday 9/18 and Friday 9/19 from 10:00 A.M. to 2 P.M. 
Cost is $5 for Adults .  $4 for Sr. Citizens

The Mark Morris High School Foundation Tailgate BBQ

The Mark Morris High School Foundation will be hosting a Tailgate BBQ at the east end of the stadium on Friday night beginning at 5:00.  Your meal will include a hamburger or hotdog with chips, cookie and beverage for $6.00.  The funds raised will go toward Foundation Scholarships and the new Wake up the Space project that is underway!  Your support would be most appreciated!


 

Booster Club

The Mark Morris Booster Club supports the entire school. Parents...become involved. See application...


Senior Party meeting

2015 Senior Party Meeting, this Wednesday, September 17th at 5:30 at Mark Morris in the LGIC


 

Change in schedule this year

New this year are two important schedule changes.  You’ll hear more about this when you return.  (see bell schedule).

Wednesdays will be early dismissals instead of late starts.  On Wednesdays, school starts at regular time and ends at 1:25 p.m.

Fridays will have an “advisory” schedule each week.  Class periods will be shorter, with an extra period inserted between 2nd and 3rd periods.


Top Cheer Team 2014-2015

Cheer Champs

MMHS cheer were recognized as the the Top Cheer Team 2014-2015, Herkie Award (best jumps), 4 spirit sticks, 5 Superior Ribbons, Outstanding Spirit Award, 3 leadership awards, and Best Spotting (stunts) this year at National Cheerleader Association camp.  They were amazing and winning top cheer is the highest honor of the camp. Congratulations MMHS Cheer!  


Thanks from the community to these students who volunteered over 3000 hours of community service. See who they are and what they did....


Scholarship Night


Left to right...  Foundation Board members Dave Andrew and Chris Richards, Victoria Campbell, Cynthea Barella, Emily Plough, Alana McCoy, Brianna Richardson, Victoria Maslennikova, Alexandra McCoy, Jenna Dukovcic, Alyssa Kaufman, Grace Johnson,  John Anglin, Alexander Salberg, Isabella Larson,  Brian Schatzel and Ben Harrison

Who says hard work doesn't pay? Pictured above are a couple MMHS Foundation Board members and just some of the students who were recipients of over sixty scholarships at the Annual Scholarship Night sponsored by the Mark Morris High School Foundation. The event was held at the Cowlitz County Regional Conference Center on May 29th.

A special thanks to everyone - individuals, families, businesses and associations who made these scholarships possible. See the winners getting their scholarships.


2013 Washington Achievement Award

Mark Morris was recognized as one of thirteen high schools identified as a high performing school in the area of math growth during the 2013 Washington Achievement Awards at OSPI in Olympia. OSPI assesses data from state testing over the past three years and we made significant growth during that period. Pictured above are math teachers Mitch Stanberry, Kris Lambert, Bill Bakamus, Asst. Principal Tracy Schroeder, Pam Clark, Rebecca Shaw, Principal Phil Suek, and Jerry Forsman. Congratulations to these staff members as well as students who have worked hard in the growth of math scores.


Hall of Fame Induction

Hall of Fame

Prior to the boys' basketball game with Kelso on December 20th, we introduced our newest Hall of Fame inductees. Pictured above are individuals honored and members of the '85 boys' basketball team (Wright, Stansberry and Blums - Mike Peterson was also a member of that team and an individual inductee). After the game they were honored at a reception and ceremony attended by family, coaches, team members and friends in the LGIC. See details about each.... The Mark Morris Foundation hosted the ceremony after the game. Dave Andrews, Master of Ceremony, highlighted their achievements.


 

 

What do we do when the weather or other emergency impacts out school day?

Our school hours and other emergency info can be found on the Longview School District website. You will find info about bus snow routes and hours of school operations.

In addition to local radio stations announcing weather delays, you would like to get notices sent to your my email. Sign up for a free service called "Flash Alert". Please note: you must subscribe and keep your contact information updated; some spam filters block these messages; you can get messages pushed to your smart phone or tablet with the FlashAlert Messenger App. Info is on the FlashAlert signup site.
Information will be posted before 6 a.m.

 

Parents play a big role in Mark Morris's success

We couldn't’ do it without you! Parents are one of our most valuable assets as a school community. Through your volunteer work you touch the lives of every child at Mark Morris. There are many opportunities to get involved and we encourage you to find your niche.

 Some of the different service areas for adults here at M.M. are as follows: 

  • Volunteer at the reception desk.
  • Volunteer as a dance chaperone.
  • Volunteer to prepare and repair books in our library.
  • Volunteer to tutor students after school in the Career Center.
  • Volunteer to serve on a committee.
  • Help with the Senior Party, the Senior Breakfast, or with Student Recognition.
  • Join the Booster Club (At M.M. the Booster Clubs supports both academic and athletic endeavors.)

“At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents.” -Jane D. Hull