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Lunch Menu

You can now deposit hot lunch money online through e-Funds for Schools. Please go to Marian’s e-Funds site here to set up an account and log in. You will be able to track meal transactions at PowerSchool Parent Portal > Balances.

Monday, Nov. 13: Boneless chicken wings & fries
Tuesday, Nov. 14: Pasta & breadsticks
Wednesday, Nov. 15: Pizza
Thursday, Nov. 16: Chicken crispitos & fries
Friday, Nov. 17: Chicken tenders & mozzarella sticks

Daily Menu Items (Updated for COVID)

Chicken tender salad
Regular salad
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches
Fruit cups
Ice cream

General Announcements

Marcella Writing Center

The National English Honor Society (NEHS) Marcella Writing Center is finally open for business! The seniors who are members of NEHS will provide on-the-spot tutoring services for any student who has questions about writing, including proofreading, editing, citation, and organization. Appointments are not required. All tutoring will take place over Zoom.
The Marcella Writing Center is open four mornings each week — Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 7:20 to 7:40 a.m. Any questions? Please see Ms. Sisson in room 215. To access the Marcella Writing Center during business hours, please use this Zoom link:

Student Services

College Visits

These college visits will not be held in person in their traditional method, but rather in an online format. Details on how to sign up will be emailed to you.

  • Monday, Nov. 23: New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts from 11 to 11:35 a.m. with Sara Leone and Missouri Western State from 12:40 to 1:15 p.m. with Zachary Stark.
  • Wednesday, Dec. 2: UNO Air Force ROTC from 1 to 1:35 p.m. with Natalie McConnell


Poetry & Music Contest

Students in grades K-12 from Nebraska and Iowa are invited to submit works of poetry on themes of emotion, connection, uncovering history, and becoming un-stuck. Selected poems will be set to music and premiered during a public concert in May 2021. See submission guidelines here. Submissions due Monday, Nov. 30.

Nebraska Young Artist Awards

The Nebraska Young Artist Awards annually recognize Nebraska high school juniors who are talented in visual art, music, dance theatre and film & emerging media. Click here for more information. Deadline is Friday, Dec. 4, 2020.

The Nebraska Ethanol Board Video Contest

The Nebraska Ethanol Board is seeking entries from high school students for their Field to Fuel video contest. This is an opportunity for students to not only learn about biofuels, but to create a video educating others on its many benefits. This could include supporting agriculture, saving consumers money, helping the Nebraska economy and providing jobs, its sustainable aspects including reducing tailpipe emissions and greenhouse gases, or other ideas the students come up with! The Nebraska Ethanol Board will select three winners for a cash prize, with first place receiving $1,000, the second $600, and the third prize receiving $400. You can read more here as well as download the entry form, poster, and tips on creating a great video. Submissions due Jan. 31, 2021.

As students put together videos, we strongly encourage them to go beyond just putting together a PowerPoint of facts about ethanol. Our hope with this project is to educate young leaders but also to use these tools to educate others. So we are really looking for some creativity! We have also added some resources to our website to make teaching about ethanol easier for all ages. You can find them here and here. Be sure to check out all the pages under the Educational Resources drop down menu.

Employment at Hollywood Candy

Michele Richling Gifford, a 1977 Marian alumna runs and owns the Hollywood Candy store in the Old Market. She is looking for a student or two who might be interested in gaining some business employment. She has had a couple of Marian students in the past and would like to support Marian by using of the quality students for employment with them.  Please call Michele at 402 346 9746 or stop in the store.

Volunteers Needed at Immanuel

Immanuel is looking for teen volunteers and offers scholarships for teen volunteers that meet certain requirements. See flyer here.

Our health system and Immanuel especially have implemented additional safety measures to keep our guests, staff, and volunteers safe and we feel that Immanuel is a very safe place to visit, work, and volunteer, just as it always has been. Below is a list of safety precautions that are in place and will be for the foreseeable future to keep everyone that enters our facility as safe as possible:

  • Screening stations at four main, public entrances (all other entrances are closed at this time)
  • Required safety checks to be performed by all staff, volunteers, and vendors prior to entering the facility
  • Mandatory masking from entrance to exit
  • Mandatory eyewear for all public facing staff and volunteers
  • Intentional and more frequent cleaning and sanitizing of all public areas
  • Safety shields at all public facing desks and in the gift shop
  • Social distancing requirements in the entire hospital as well as the gift shop
  • Only one visitor per patient is allowed at one time and no waiting or congregating in the lobbies or public areas