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.
Marshall Elementary Mission Statement:
The mission of Marshall Elementary School is to teach all students the essential academic, social, emotional, and physical skills needed to develop their full potential as lifelong learners.
Upcoming Events and Announcements:
Summer math folders are ready and available for pick up in the elementary office. These folders are available for students who completed first, second or third grade in the 2019-2020 school year. Students who complete the math folders this summer and return them to school in August will receive a special reward for their hard work! If you would like to pick up a math folder for your child, please call the elementary office at 448-3333 to make arrangements.
Marshall Elementary will have a handbook meeting on Monday, July 6th, at 3:00 p.m. in the MES library. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss any recommended changes to our student handbook for the upcoming school year. If you would like to attend, please contact the office at 448-3333 so we can prepare to ensure that social-distancing guidelines are met.
Pre-School and Kindergarten Registration Announcement:
The Searcy County School District kindergarten and pre-school registration for the 2020-2021 school year will be conducted online. Parents may log on to the Marshall Elementary School home page at www.scsd.info/8204 to complete the required registration forms which are located under “Forms” in the navigation tool bar. Please ensure that you complete forms for the 2020-2021 school year and not the current year.
A social security number or a state issued id is required to officially enroll. To protect student identity, the social security number is not required on the online form. After the registration forms have been completed, parents may contact the elementary office at 870-448-3333 to provide a social security number to enroll. Office hours are Monday-Thursday from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. For pre-school enrollment, parents may call 870-448-4210.
For parents without access to the internet, the elementary office can be contacted via phone to request a registration packet and to provide a valid mailing address. Once completed, the forms can be dropped off at Marshall Elementary in the registration bin located in front of the office or mailed to us at Marshall Elementary School, ATTN: Registration, 201 West College Street, Marshall, AR 72650.
Other documents, including a birth certificate, immunization record, social security card, insurance information and well-child records will be required for registration as well. Parents may copy and mail documents into the school, scan and email the documents to Marshall Elementary Principal Heather Bohannon at firstname.lastname@example.org, or wait until the elementary office re-opens.
Children must be five years old on or before August 1, 2020, to enroll in kindergarten and three years old on or before August 1, 2020, to enroll in pre-school. If you have specific questions about kindergarten enrollment, contact the Marshall Elementary School office. For questions about pre-school enrollment, please contact the ABC Pre-school office.
Do you have innovative ideas or suggestions to improve our school? If so, stop by the office and complete our new suggestion form entitled Little Things, Big Differences! The forms and folder are on the counter in the front office. We will also be linking a Google form on our website in case you don't have time to come by the office. We would love to hear your ideas!
Marshall Elementary Continues The School Store & School-Wide Monetary System!
The faculty, staff and parents of Marshall Elementary worked hard to create a 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.
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