Students Facing Special Circumstances/COVID-19 Relief
Students living in special circumstances are identified by counselors and teachers. ECMC then provides students with basic needs, necessary tools, and support to enable them to reach their goals, achieve and to be successful.
Ongoing needs will include shoes, clothing, toiletries, and school supplies.
The Clothing Exchange is open each school day during school hours. Students and parents can donate gently worn teenage appropriate clothing to the closet. Students can then select new items for their exchanges. Students that need clothing items are encouraged to "shop". The closet is maintained by youth volunteers and an adult volunteer.
Champions for Change
Champions for Change is a club available to eighth to twelfth grade students. Club members work year round to carry out the mission of ECMC. This includes sponsoring monthly prevention events, maintaining the clothing exchange, and working to promote positive social change on campus and in the community.
Monthly prevention/awareness activities are held on the Marathon Middle/High School campus.
One project included the student developed anti-bullying video below:
Dancing Classrooms - Marathon Middle/High School
Eighth grade students are taught ballroom dance while participating in this social development program.
*This program is currently on hold as a result of COVID-19.
City of Marathon Skate Park - Concession Stand Leadership Project
ECMC maintains a concession stand outside the Marathon Skate Park. High school students earn community service hours through the leadership program working in the stand.