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  • Lydia's Legacy Event

    My name is Ava Stewart and I’m an 8th grader at Marvin Ridge Middle School. I am working towards earning my Silver Award for Girl Scouts and I have teamed up with Lydia’s Legacy to plan this informational event. I hope you can make it! Free!!!! Please join us on Saturday, January 14th , 2017, from 9:00-11:30am in the Marvin Ridge Middle School Media Center for an awareness event focusing on Ovarian and other Gynecological Cancers.  Click here to learn more.

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  • Attention Marvin Ridge Mavericks! On Friday, December 16th, the student council will be hosting a holiday movie night with two back to back movies. The first will be Elf, PG, starting at 5:00 PM. The second movie will be Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, PG-13, starting at 7:00 PM. Also for the movie night, we are bringing pretzel day back! Pre-sales will begin Monday, December 12th through Wednesday, December 14th! There are two packages to choose from. The first will get you five pretzels, two dips, two candies, and a soda for only $10. The second will get you five pretzels, two dips, and a soda for just $8. Extra packs of five pretzels will be $5 and two extra dips can be purchased for $1. You MUST pre-order these and they will be ready for pick-up at the movie night! Concessions may be bought at the movie night but we don't know how much will be available so make sure to pre-order. You can pick up your pretzels anytime throughout the movies. See you there!

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    Winter Band Concert, December 12th at MRHS, click here to learn more.

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  • Marvin Ridge Middle school is partnering with the Union County Christmas Bureau this season, to help local families in need.  Starting on December 5 through December 14th, we will be hosting a teen/tween gift drive.  During your holiday shopping, please consider purchasing a gift to this great community resource.  Categories include but are not limited to :  sports equipment, hoodies, cologne sets, books,  beauty products and hats/gloves and scarves.  

     

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  • JAVA WITH JONES

    WHO: Parents of Marvin Ridge Middle School students

    WHAT: An opportunity to hear a current report from Dr. Jones on the state of Marvin Ridge Middle School and an opportunity to pose questions about your child’s experience at MRMS

    WHEN: December 19, 2016 from 8:00 a.m. – approximately 9:00 a.m.

    WHERE: Marvin Ridge Middle School media center

    WHY: High achieving students have parents who are well equipped with knowledge about the experiences that their children are having at school

    **Coffee will be served.       

    **If you would like to attend but are unable, please contact Dr. Jones @ jay.jones@ucps.k12.nc.us

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Featured Stories

  • First STEM Competition: Huge Success!

    On Friday, November 18, Marvin Ridge students competed in the first STEM competition at the Tyson Family Center in Monroe. This Competition included all the middle schools in Union County. There were numerous events students could participate in. The competition included VEX robotics, which involved students building their robot and acquiring points on a designated game board.

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  • Halloween Band Extravaganza

    The bands of Marvin Ridge held their 4th annual Halloween Concert on October 27th in the MRMS Cafeteria. Over 250 band students in grades 6-8 came together to perform several selections as one large band! Many of the band members were dressed in their various Halloween costumes, accompanied by several festive touches from our band parents in the form of elaborate decorations and seasonal baked goods.

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  • Letting Freedom Ring

    Eighth grade Social Studies and English/Language Arts have teamed up to bring an exciting depth of comprehension to students about our nation’s founding principles. While revisiting historic events and reading the founding documents of American Democracy can be foreign and irrelevant to adolescents, our school is committed to bringing issues of freedom and American exceptionalism to life. Our students will be prepared for a Jesse Watters (Fox News) interview at all times and on any beach in America!

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