201 W. College
Marshall, AR 72650
Marshall Elementary Vision Statement:
The shared vision of Marshall Elementary is to create a caring school family that inspires moral and academic excellence and confident students who make positive contributions to our community.
Upcoming Events and Announcements:
School Partners’ order forms and money are due today, October 15, 2018.
The SCSD annual public meeting is Monday, October 15, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. in the Marshall Elementary cafeteria.
School will dismiss at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 18, 2018, for Parent-Teacher conferences. Conferences will begin at 1:30 p.m. and continue until 7:30 p.m. There will be no school on Friday, October 19, 2018.
The MES Book Fair will run Monday, October 15th, through Thursday, October 18th.
Students in grades first through third are eligible to join our MES Garden Club. The club meets every other Tuesday and the schedule for the first semester is as follows:
MES after-school begins Monday, October 1, 2018. After-school will run Monday through Thursday, 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m., and will provide interventions for students who need extra help in literacy and/or math. For questions about our after-school program, contact Janetta Rizzo at email@example.com.
The CEF after-school Bible Club will start Thursday, October 4th, and will meet every Thursday through November 15th. The only exception is Thursday, October 18th. There will be no bible club on P/T conference day. Sign-up sheets went home last week. If you would like more information, contact the elementary office at 870-448-3333.
The Hattie House is planning to begin a free literacy tutoring program on Saturdays and they are still taking parent referrals. The tutoring sessions will be approximately 30 minutes in length. You can refer your child by contacting the Searcy County Library at 448-2420 or by contacting Nancy Joyce via the Hattie House Facebook page.
Marshall Elementary Continues The School Store & School-Wide Monetary System!
The faculty, staff and parents of Marshall Elementary worked hard during the previous two school years to create a new vision statement and direction for our school. The vision statement calls for the creation of a family environment that builds self-confidence in our students while emphasizing and instilling qualities such as integrity, responsibility, diligence and citizenship. In an effort to teach our students about these and many other core values, Marshall Elementary will be implementing a school-wide monetary system in which students earn school money for completing classroom and/or school-wide jobs that have either been assigned to them or they have volunteered to complete. The school money earned can be spent in our school store to purchase items ranging from necssities such as socks and backpacks to fun items such as sports equipment. Marshall Elementary will rely heavily upon donations to keep our school store stocked for students. We would appreciate your help in implementing our vision and inspiring a strong work ethic and sense of responsibility in our students! For more information, you may contact Mrs. Bohannon at 870-448-3333.
Arkansas Comprehensive School Improvement Plan information
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