Mart ISD is selling pink breast cancer awareness shirts for $12 each. All profit will be donated to Baylor Scott & White McClinton Cancer Center in Waco. Orders will be taken through next Wednesday, September 28th at 4pm. If you want to order, please use this link https://martisd.revtrak.net/apparel-and-merchandise/#/v/Pink-Out-Shirt. If you prefer to pay with cash or check you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and bring money to the high school before 4pm next Wednesday.
The sophomore class (c/o 2025) is selling Panther socks for $15 each. There are 2 different versions - purple/gold & pink/white for breast cancer awareness month. Both examples are below. Sizing varies depending on shoe size so please check both color options and sizing when checking out. Below is the link to purchase online. If you would like to order via cash or check please email email@example.com. https://martisd.revtrak.net/apparel-and-merchandise/#/list
Next week's edition of Panther Talk can be found here: https://www.smore.com/5u4cy
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If you can't make it to Centerville tonight, tune in to KMVL 100.5 FM where Mart vs Centerville is the game of the week. Online streaming can be found here: https://t.co/X1brfgOTxa.
Mart High School Parents, Here is the link for Fall athletic pictures. https://www.annajohnsonsmith.com/upcoming-events/mart-fall-athletic-portraits-2022
MES Parents, We will have a pep rally on Friday. The pep rally will begin at 3:05 and end at 3:30. If you would like to pick up your student prior to the pep rally, please call the MES office, fill out the digital form using the link below or use the QR code below to fill out a digital version. Students signed up, will dismiss at 2:30 from the car line. All other students will travel to the pep rally and dismiss as normal. Students will not be released to parents or family members once they have arrived at the pep rally. https://forms.gle/bywwS5vWravoucep6 Mrs. Stone
Tickets for the volleyball and football games played in Centerville on Friday night can be purchased at this link: https://www.centerville.k12.tx.us/353858_2. You can also purchase tickets with cash at the gate on Friday evening.
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Support MHS Cheer by purchasing Mart HS Spirit Wear at the following link: https://bsnteamsports.com/shop/AobyRAMCGb. Last day to order is September 15th.
The volleyball games @ Mart on Friday (9/9) vs Chilton will be Varsity only starting at 4:30.
If you would like to pick up your MES student prior to the pep rally on Friday, please fill out the form below. Students will not be released to parents at the pep rally and will not be dismissed at 2:30 unless they are signed up. https://forms.gle/NhmqZjxMngfsZ3619
Please join us and districts across the state in supporting the Uvalde community as they return to school on Tuesday, September 6. Please wear maroon and white as we stand together and show support for the students, staff, families & entire Uvalde community. #UvaldeStrong
Next week's edition of Panther Talk can be found here at the following link: https://www.smore.com/dhvy5 There is no school on Monday. Have a great weekend!
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Dear Mart ISD Parents, Friends, and Fans, Thank you for helping last night's games go smoothly. We had a huge crowd and we appreciate your patience with the lines. Each and every spectator was respectful and supportive which made the entire event enjoyable for all. Our teams, cheerleaders, and band did a fantastic job representing our high school. Nights like last night are what high school football is all about. We hope to see you all again next Friday for another home game as the Mart Panthers take on Italy! Sincerely, Betsy Burnett Superintendent firstname.lastname@example.org *Picture credit to Raquel Blood
Dear Mart ISD Parents, Friends, and Fans, With a big game vs Marlin this evening, I wanted to remind you of the expectations for fans at all Mart ISD athletic events. Tonight, we will have security provided by McLennan County Sherriff Department to help us uphold these standards on both sides of the field. Metal detectors have also been added for use at all athletic events. Please prepare for the metal detectors upon entrance. Listed below are UIL’s rules for spectators. The first instance that a fan acts inappropriately, they will be asked to leave the event. Fans who continue to be an issue may be legally trespassed from all future Mart ISD events. Administrators will work diligently to enforce these standards for behavior and sportsmanship. We appreciate your support and cooperation as we work to maintain the Panther tradition of excellence. ~ UIL BEHAVIOR EXPECTATIONS OF SPECTATORS ~ Remember that you are at the contest to support and yell for your team, and to enjoy the skill and competition not to intimidate or ridicule the other team or its fans. Remember that school athletics are a learning experience for students and that mistakes are sometimes made. Praise student-athletes in their attempt to improve themselves as students, as athletes, and as people, just as you would praise a student working in the classroom. A ticket is a privilege to observe the contest, not a license to verbally assault others or be generally obnoxious. Learn the rules of the game, so that you may understand and appreciate why certain situations take place. Show respect for the opposing players, coaches, spectators and support groups. Respect the integrity and judgement of game officials. Understand that they are doing their best to help promote the student-athlete,and admire their willingness to participate in full view of the public. Recognize and show appreciation for an outstanding play by either team. Refrain from the use of any controlled substances (alcohol, drugs, etc.) before, during, and after the game on or near the site of the event (i.e. tailgating). Use only cheers that support and uplift the teams involved. Be a positive role model at events through your own actions and by censuring those around you whose behavior is unbecoming. Parents and spectators should be aware that the school can (and should) remove them from the premises and can prohibit them from attending future contests due to undesirable behaviors. Game officials can ask that school administrators have unruly fans removed from a contest facility. There is no such thing as a “right” to attend interscholastic athletics. Interscholastic athletics are considered a “privilege” and the spectator who avails themselves of it is expected to conduct himself or herself accordingly. Keep in mind that you are a guest of the school, and that while winning is certainly an admirable goal, it is hollow if it comes at the expense of morals, ethics, and just plain common sense. The school is responsible for the behavior of their spectators. The school district can be and will be punished for actions of patrons in violation of UIL standards and rules. To review the entire UIL Parent manual, please visit the link found here: https://www.uiltexas.org/files/athletics/manuals/Parent_Info_Handbook_17-18.pdf. Sincerely, Betsy Burnett Superintendent email@example.com
If you can't join us for the pep rally today, you can still watch using this link: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/mart-high-school-mart-tx/evtf9f48f1d97 The pep rally starts at 3pm. Varsity kickoff vs. Marlin is tonight at 8pm in Mart. JV plays at 4:30. Both games will also be streamed live on NFHS network.
Pep Rally Announcement