Principal's Message

Week of April 22

Hello Marshall Families,

Tomorrow marks the first day of the final six-week grading period of the year.  Please make sure your students are communicating with their teachers if they have any missing assignments.  It is best to take care of those things sooner rather than waiting until the very end of the term.

As mentioned previously, state testing begins next week and continues the week of May 6.  Attendance is important!  Please try to make sure your students are at school those weeks in order to avoid make-up sessions which may require them to miss class at a later date.  It would also be helpful if students could bring wired headphones for testing if they have them.

Recently we have had a number of drivers using the middle lane for drop-off in the mornings.  That middle lane coming up Avenue of Nations and turning into the parking lot is intended for staff members and for students with special needs or injuries who require additional time getting out of the car.  If you are using that lane without a student who needs assistance, you are cutting the line of other drivers who are also waiting to drop off their students.  Also, please pull as far forward as possible into the green curb area when dropping off at the front gate.  Pulling forward makes for a quicker drop-off for everyone.

I hope you had a great weekend.  Happy Earth Day tomorrow!



Stephen Olds, Principal

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