Class of 2021


Sponsor: Christine Cotoni and Briska Wolfe

Class Officers:

President- Anyiah Jones

Vice President-Samantha Fenelon

Secretary- Morgan Russell

Treasurer-Aisha Smaller

Class Coordinator- Nathan Laws


Sophomore Class of 2021 Executive Council meetings will be held on the following dates from 1:45pm-3:30pm in room # 83

Tuesday’s 8/21 & 8/28 (Homecoming planning-get involved!)

Tuesday, 9/4 & Wednesday, 9/5 (Homecoming planning-get involved!)

Tuesday, 9/11 & Wednesday, 9/12 (Homecoming planning-get involved!)

Tuesday, 9/18 & Wednesday, 9/19  (Homecoming planning-get involved!)

Tuesday, 10/16

Tuesday, 11/13

Tuesday, 12/11

Tuesday, 1/15

Tuesday, 2/12

Tuesday, 3/12

Tuesday, 4/9

Tuesday, 5/7

Google Classroom Code: zvfbyw

**WE NEED POWDERPUFF FOOTBALL PLAYERS (females) AND CHEERLEADERS (males)**ANYONE wishing to participate must have a permission form turned in with Mrs. Cotoni in Guidance before you are able to practice**

Powderpuff football & cheerleading practices will be on the following dates from 1:45-4:00pm in the grass area by bus ramp and student parking: (may add more cheerleading practices but know we can only have 5 football practices)

Tuesday, 9/11

Wednesday, 9/12

Thursday, 9/13

Tuesday, 9/18

Wednesday, 9/19

Sophomore Year Checklist

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Realize that this may be one of your toughest years academically; a year of “personal growth.” Maintain the strongest possible academic record by enrolling in the most challenging courses appropriate for you. Work hard on your academics. Make good grades. READ-READ-READ!


Continue getting involved and building your resume of activities, awards, accomplishments, and leadership skills.         Keep STRETCHING and PUSHING YOURSELF.
Take the PSAT in mid-October for practice (this is required at MHS)
Make sure you are ‘on top’ of your academic work. If needed, meet with your teachers for additional help.
Take advantage of the Career Specialist (Room 145) and Mr. Scheuermann to research possible careers.
Begin to research colleges online and by talking with college representatives who visit Mariner High School.
Check out what high school courses colleges require.
In January you will receive your PSAT scores.


Keep Studying!
Look for volunteer and school activities to develop your interests. Remember to have at least 25 community service       hours completed for Bright Futures Scholarship purposes by the end of this year.
Select courses for your junior year that will meet your academic needs and the requirements for college admission.
Explore summer enrichment opportunities. Make your summer productive.

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