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10-Ride Metro bus passes are now available for purchase in the Main Office; the cost is $11.25 per 10-Ride.

Work Permits are required for any student under the age 16.  If you require a work permit you need to bring the following documents to your neighborhood office to get a permit:  letter from employer, note from parent approving that you can work, birth certificate, social security card and $10.00.

Congratulations to the Memorial music students who performed at this year’s WSMA State Solo and Ensemble festival:  Emmit Thom, Josh King, Ananya Krishan, Oliver Van Note, Elijah Edwards, Norah Brace, Kate Yehle, Praneel Nakkina, Lukas Wehlitz, Cam Moll, Emma Collins, Libby Pleva, Nicholas Shashko, Anvika Annyapu, Emile Ge, Jian Wang, Mihika Shivakumar and Devika Pal.  It’s amazing what these young people were able to accomplish this year despite the pandemic.

Summit Credit Union is beginning recruitment efforts for 2021/2022 Summit Credit Union Memorial High School Member Service Teller Interns!   They are seeking hardworking outgoing students, who are interested in learning about the financial industry, while having fun. This paid internship provides students a fantastic opportunity to acquire and develop skillsets necessary for both personal and workforce success, while enhancing a resume. They will be exposed to a plethora of real-life experiences that will also help to shape their own financial future.  Summit CU is now accepting applications thru May 31st at this link!  Memorial HS Branch Internship Application 

Memorial Theatre Company presents 

Now. Here. This.

Book by Hunter Bell and Susan Blackwell

Music and Lyrics by Jeff Bowen

Running On Demand at from May 28-June 06.

In these unique times, what does it mean to be fully in the present moment?  Now. Here. This. features 26 of JMM's performing arts students, original artwork by members of the tech crew, and the significant contributions of a creative family of students and staff.  This COVID-safe show was made possible by the hard work and dedication of our student body and their determination to create art in this time of great unknowns.  If purchasing a ticket does not work for you right now, please visit to request a complimentary ticket.

Yearbook Distribution for students who pre-ordered a yearbook will be as follows:

Wednesday – May 26: 

Cohort 1 ONLY in person:       12:30 pm – 1:30 pm (outside the Welcome Center)

Virtual Students                         1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (outside the Welcome Center)

Thursday – May 27:

Cohort 2 ONLY in person:       12:30 pm – 1:30 pm (outside the Welcome Center)

Virtual Students                         1:30 pm – 3:30 pm (outside the Welcome Center)

Tuesday – June 1:

PURCHASE of YEARBOOK   12:30 pm – 3:30 pm (outside the Welcome Center)

(This includes last call for pre-ordered Yearbooks)

Instructional Materials Collection:

Textbooks and Library books will be collected the week of June 7th through June 10th, 8:30 to 3:30 pm.  Teachers will attempt to collect materials from their in-person student learners prior to that time.  (NOTE:  You can return textbooks and library books at any time.  Drop off in the Welcome Center or bring them to the Main Office if you are here on your in-person day.

Senior Specific News:

  • If you have not yet picked up your cap and gown, you may do so on May 26th and May 27th from 12:30 to 3:30 pm outside the Welcome Center.
  • All Seniors must return their chrome books by the end of the year.  Collection will occur in the A-Foyer on May 27th, June 1st and June 2nd from 12:30 to 3:30 pm.  They can also be dropped off June 7th through June 10th, 8:30 to 3:30, at the Welcome Center.