2nd Term Rising Stars ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️
Rising Stars (2nd Term)⭐️⭐️⭐️ The 2nd-6th grade students pictured excelled by scoring proficient, advanced, or both on one or more subject area (Winter) benchmark tests in Math, ELA, and Science. Also, our K-1st grade students pictured scored proficient on their Iready Diagnostic Tests in either Math, Reading, or both! We are super proud of each of them!!!One of the overall school’s goals is to raise proficiency levels in all subjects. We are proud to announce that our proficiency levels have doubled in all three subject areas since our 1st term benchmark tests!!! Thanks to the parents and families who attended the ceremony today. Also, thanks to our Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Carrie Skelton, for attending.Please continue to encourage your children to do their absolute best.⭐️⭐️⭐️
Want to make a positive impact in the Marshall County School District community? Consider joining our Community Engagement Council (CEC), a group dedicated to supporting school improvement. Attend our informational session on February 14, 2023 from 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the Marshall County School District's Superintendent's Office to learn more about the CEC and how you can get involved.
100th Day of School…📚✏️
100th Day of School📚✏️
More images from our 100th Day of School Celebration…📚✏️
We celebrated our 100th Day of School on Friday, January 20, 2023. Students enjoyed participating in a variety of classroom activities.📚✏️
Happy New Year!🎉 Faculty & Staff created 2023 vision boards while toasting to the new year (sparkling Welch’s). Also, several staff members won door prizes. We are growing, improving on students’ successes, shifting our mindsets, and promoting a positive culture all 2023!🎉
From all of us at the Marshall County School District, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Watch this short video for instructions on how to get and use our new Marshall County Schools App. https://youtu.be/H_mYCL2up1k
The Marshall County School District will dismiss at 1:30 today, November 29, 2022 due to the threat of severe weather.
Thank you Mr. Marvin Lucas for being our special visitor today. We thank you for your service!🇺🇸
The P-EBT program is experiencing some delays with the card manufacturing company. Some eligible children still have not received a card. Based on what we know now, we expect cards for these children to be issued in mid-November. If you have questions, please call the P-EBT call center at 1-833-316-2423.
P-EBT cards for eligible PreK-12 students are being mailed now! A limited number of cards can be printed and mailed daily. As a result, it will take approximately 3 weeks for all 275,000+ cards to be distributed to eligible children. Eligible children in your school district will likely receive their P-EBT card on different days. Families may verify if their child is eligible for P-EBT by calling the P-EBT Call Center at 1-833-316-2423. See our news article for more information: https://marshallcountysd.org/p-ebt