Activities and Clubs

English Literature Club Travelers Return Home

Members of John Marshall’s English Literature Club returned home early Friday morning after a 10-day excursion to Italy and Greece to experience foreign cultures. Thirty-five travelers went, including many guardians of the Junior and Senior students. Fees for the trip were paid by fundraising for the last two years. The trip began March 15th, when…

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Paws Thanks Sharon Welsch for Her Faithful Support

When John Marshall students created Paws for a Cause last year, they had no idea they would receive so much support from the community and one person in particular.  Sharon Welsch, a sales representative for Mary Kay, has been donating Mary Kay products to Paws since it started in 2014. Every couple of months, Welsch…

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Kyle Caruso Wins Big

       Kyle Caruso began working with Mr. Swiger (a former teacher) last year to develop an idea he could take to competitions and market. They came up with a shoe brand that incorporates technology for fitness purposes. You use the device to track your workouts to help set and achieve your own personal work…

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Paws for a Cause Gets Ready to Christmas Shop for Students

Thank you Niekamp Foundation for Caring Thanks to the generosity of the Niekamp Foundation, for the second year in a row the Paws For a Cause Club will make the holidays brighter for students. Last year, some caring students organized Paws For A Cause, a group that helps students in need. Over the Thanksgiving break,…

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NHS Members are Busy

Since July, National Honor Society has been hard at work helping others.  As a service organization, the goal of the group is to volunteer its time and talents to make a positive difference in the school and community. Over the summer, members volunteered at Grand Vue Park’s Wounded Warrior event by running the children’s game…

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Consider Joining Odyssey of the Mind

                John Marshall’s Odyssey of the Mind team is looking for imaginative students who are up for a challenge.  Odyssey is an international program that provides creative, problem-solving competitions for students. Every fall, Odyssey teams are sent five problems and must decide which problem to  tackle. This year,…

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Drug Free Club Rewards Drug-Free Students

Nearly 200 students joined the JM Drug Free Club during its  membership drive last month. As an affiliate of the National Drug Free Clubs of America, the group’s goal is to ensure students never start taking drugs.  JM and Reynolds Hospital CEO Dr. David Hess are doing their part to make this goal a reality.…

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