MARSHALL, Texas – The Marshall ISD Winterguard has rescheduled its performance from last Friday’s “Dinner and a Show” which was cut short due to rough weather which roared through the area during their first performance. Winterguard director Crystal Walker said that the groups will schedule a “redemption performance” for Friday, March 31, at 5:30 p.m.
MARSHALL, Texas – The Marshall Junior High School 8th grade boys track team brought home first place at the Lindale Junior High Relays Tuesday night in Lindale, setting four meet records in the process. The 7th grade boys finished in second place. In the 8th grade division, Marshall’s James Thomas set a meet record in
MARSHALL, Texas – The Marshall ISD Board of Trustees officially canceled the election of trustees for Districts 1 and 5 during Monday’s regular March meeting, with incumbents Mrs. Charles Wilson and Chase Palmer officially running unopposed. Mrs. Wilson and Mr. Palmer were officially certified as unopposed candidates and will each enter into a new term
MARSHALL, Texas – The Marshall ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the submission of campus turnaround plans for David Crockett Elementary and George Washington Carver Elementary to the Texas Education Agency during Monday’s regular March meeting in the Pat Smith Gasperson Board Room. The Texas Education Agency has identified both Crockett and Carver as “turnaround”
MARSHALL, Texas – The Marshall ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved the recommendations of MISD Superintendent Dr. Jerry Gibson for principals of the new Legacy 2017 elementary school campuses during Monday’s regular March school board meeting. Loyed Jones, currently the principal at George Washington Carver Elementary, will be the new principal at the new K-5
MARSHALL, Texas – The Marshall ISD Board of Trustees approved the district’s 2017-2018 school academic calendar during the February Regular Meeting Monday night in the Pat Smith-Gasperson Board Room. The calendar begins with 2 ½ weeks of staff development (Aug. 10-25) in the weeks prior to the first day of school on Aug. 28.
Latino Family Literacy Project Mrs. Zaragoza, Mrs. Collazo and Mrs. Avelar have been leading the Latino Family Literacy program at South Marshall STEM Academy. The program is brought in from the Marshall ISD Bilingual/ESL Department. The literacy program is designed to establish family reading routines for Spanish-speaking and English-speaking parents and their children at their
MARSHALL, Texas –Marshall ISD joins other school districts around the nation in recognizing February as Career and Technical Education Month, which is a public awareness campaign that takes place each February to celebrate the value of CTE programs and the achievements and accomplishments of CTE programs across the United States. Career and Technical Education,
MARSHALL, Texas – The thought of completing a “1,000-hour course” can be quite imposing on a young Cosmetology student at Marshall High School. But the ones who make it through, according to instructor Yulanda Roach, experience an immediate world of opportunity once they make it to the finish line. MHS Cosmetology students who complete their
Marshall ISD Maverick Students of the Week for the week ending Jan. 27, 2017: DAVID CROCKETT ELEMENTARY (DCE) Brianna Cox (K); Aliyah Sharp (1st); Brandon Mendez (2nd); Brooke Cowart (3rd); Daniel Diosdado (4th) J.H. MOORE ELEMENTARY (JHM) Logan Taylor (K); Kamori Harris (1st); Kaylie Johnson (2nd); Gabby Davis (3rd); Jaxon Seal (4th) MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL