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March 28, 2020

Education

MISD Student Meal Service During Closure Begins Tuesday

Marshall ISD will begin meal service free-of-charge to district students on Tuesday, March 17, during school closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The School Meal Service is FREE for any students 18 and under. Students MUST be present to receive a meal. Any student may pick up a meal from any location (listed below). All

MISD Extends Spring Break Through March 20

After another conference call Saturday afternoon with Texas Education Agency officials and TEA Commissioner Mike Morath, Marshall ISD has determined the best course of action in regards to concerns over COVID 19 is to extend spring break for students. As a result, MISD will be closed the week of March 16 through March 20 to

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Matt Gregory assumes role as new MHS Principal

Matt Gregory, former principal at Center High School, has officially begun duties as the new principal at Marshall High School. Gregory takes over for Mrs. Tina Brown, who is moving over to central administration to assume the role of MISD Director of Professional Development. Gregory, who has worked in public education as a teacher/coach/administrator since

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MISD Campuses Meet TEA Standard, District Receives “C” Rating

For the first time in 11 years, no Marshall ISD campus is rated as academically unacceptable or improvement required with data released this week by the Texas Education Agency.Overall, the district has received a “C” grade in the state’s new grade accountability system, and all campuses in MISD have been rated as “Met Standard,” which

MISD trustees approve 2019-2020 academic calendar

Marshall ISD’s Board of Trustees approved the 2019-2020 school year academic calendar during Monday’s regular March meeting held in the Pat Smith-Gasperson Board Room. The first day of school in MISD will be Monday, August 26, 2019, with the last day of classes being May 28, 2020. In-between, students and staff will enjoy breaks in

MISD trustees unfreeze teacher salary scale for 2019-2020 school year

Marshall ISD’s Board of Trustees approved Superintendent Dr. Jerry Gibson’s recommendation to unfreeze the teacher salary schedule for the 2019-2020 school year during a special called meeting Thursday morning. The action means that teachers in MISD will receive pay according to their appropriate years of experience on the salary scale, or “step,” next year after

MISD promotes offensive coordinator Jake Griedl to AD/Head Football Coach

Jake Griedl, who oversaw the most prolific offense in the history of Marshall Mavericks football the last two seasons, has been named the new Athletic Director/Head Football Coach in Marshall ISD. Griedl was officially introduced to the MISD Board of Trustees during Tuesday’s regular January board meeting. MISD Superintendent Dr. Jerry Gibson announced the new

MHS Speech/Debate opens fall season at Mabank competition

MARSHALL, Texas – The Marshall Maverick Speech and Debate team opened the fall season this past weekend by competing in the Mabank Speech and Debate Angel Invitational held at Mabank High School. Marshall’s Alexis Alexander, Deshona Jernigan, Haley Hurd and Joseph Maglaris represented Marshall in Cross-Examination Debate. Hurd and Maglaris finished in sixth place out

Marshall ISD Pushes First Day Of School Back To September 11

MARSHALL, Texas – Due to the delay in substantial completion of the new Marshall Junior High School, Marshall ISD has revised its 2017-2018 school calendar to push back the first day of school to Monday, Sept. 11, for all campuses. The revision to the school calendar was approved Monday by the MISD Board of Trustees during their regular

MISD, TSTC-Marshall announce “Mav Tech” dual credit partnership

MARSHALL, Texas – Marshall ISD has entered into an expanded partnership with Texas State Technical College-Marshall which is expected to enhance and provide more higher education, dual credit opportunities for Marshall High School students beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. Officials from MISD and TSTC – including Dr. Jerry Gibson, MISD Superintendent, and Bart Day,

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