June 2020 Newsletter
On June 9th, all Merryman teachers and staff will be lined up along the fence line of the playground to wave to students and send them off on summer vacation! Parents may drive their children past Merryman to wave goodbye to their teachers for the year. We hope to see you here!

It is our desire for all students and families to drive down 6th Street, turn right on Mott Street, and then turn right on 7th Street. 4th grade families can pull over on 7th street by the teacher parking lot to receive their celebration items.

**Social distancing must be followed. Therefore, students will be expected to stay off of the playground.**
Thank you!
Library Book Return

There will be a box in our main entrance lobby for the return of library books. The box will be available Monday - Friday during the hours of 8am-12pm.
Yearbook Pick Up

If you ordered a yearbook and have not gotten it yet, the Merryman office will be open for yearbook pick up Monday - Friday during the hours of 8am-12pm. Please come up to the lobby doors and call the number on the sign, give us the student's name, and a staff member will bring it out to you.

If these times do not work for you, please contact the Merryman office to set up a time that works.
Summer meals will start June 9th.

Pick up sites will be at the High School, Park elementary, and the Salvation Army from 11-12.

Breakfast and Lunch will be served.
2020-21 School Supply Lists

Please click the links below to access a supply list for your student.


If you have another child that attended or is attending one of our schools, log into your Family Access account to register your new child: Skyward Family Access

If you have never had a child attend one of our schools, then use this link to get started with registering your child:    New Student Online Enrollment Portal

Other information needed is: immunization records, birth certificate and proof of residency
Marinette School District assign all students to their home schools based on the established elementary school boundaries to ensure student enrollment balance within the elementary schools.

By July 30, a parent can apply for a district exception online, which is reviewed by the District Administrators for approval. If the family receives approval, it is the district’s expectation that the student will be parent transported to/from school in a timely manner or the district exception will be reversed. Families will be notified by the first Friday in August.

Should a family move during an existing school year to another home outside of the existing school’s attendance area, it may be in the best interest of the student to finish the current school year at the original school and that will be granted.
Potential Reasons for Approval:
  • Medical conditions of student.
  • Extenuating family situation.
  • Family moved from current home in district to a new home causing a change in elementary boundary area.

Marinette School District reserves the right to request further documentation if needed to make a final decision. All decisions are made by the District Administrator and are final. Once a variance is accepted, you do not need to fill one out every year.

It takes an army to run a school and we are looking for people to help out. If you would like to volunteer please follow the below link to the volunteer application. Volunteers are approved for two years, so if you were approved as a volunteer last year you are good to go! Please contact the office at 715-735-2500 with any questions.

Click here  for the application.
Parent/Student Handbook
Please find below, a link to our 2019-20 parent/student handbook. Please take the time to read through the information given.
PBIS Parent/Student Handbook

We are Knights with a Code of Respect, Responsibility, and Safety.

Click here for access to the full PBIS Parent/Student Handbook.
2019-20 Master Calendar

Click here for the 2019-20 Marinette School District master calendar.

In an effort to be more green, we are now sending out all flyers digitally.

CLICK HERE  to view the current flyers.

The Board of Education is committed to providing an equal educational opportunity for all students in the District. The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of any characteristic protected under State or Federal law including, but not limited to, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability in any of its student program and activities.
Merryman Elementary School
611 Elizabeth Avenue 
Marinette, WI 54143
Marinette School District
Inspiring Learners. Engaging Communities. Impacting the Future.