Month: October 2018

Fall Festival

The Marshall Academy PTC held their annual Fall Festival on Monday, October 29. The crowd and participation was outstanding again this year. Everyone which attended the event had lots of fun. We are grateful for the PTC and all their hard work in organizing the many activities.  

Paper Airplane Project

The Marshall Academy 4th Grade recently created paper airplanes to create test flight data. The students demonstrated with the paper airplanes that gravity can be overcome with certain paper airplane designs. The Geometry students helped measure the flight distance and recorded the data, so the 4th Grade students could make charts with the data collected. …

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Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Don’t miss your chance to enter the pumpkin decorating contest and win some cash at the Fall Festival, Monday, October 29. Prizes in the Pumpkin Decorating contest range from $25 to $75. The entry fee is only $5, and forms are available in the school office. Here is a few entries from last year’s event.

Golf Tournament

The Walter & Vermelle Utley Memorial Golf Tournament has been postponed from today, October 25 (due to the rain), and rescheduled for Friday, November 2. Registration will begin at 11am.

MA Seniors Attend Preview Day at NWMCC

The Marshall Academy Seniors attended Northwest Mississippi Community College Preview Day on Monday, October 22. The Seniors learned about NWCC, their many programs, degrees, facilities and residence halls. (l to r) Baylee Floyd, Reagan White, Peyton Stephenson, Drayton Potts, Zach Sorrell, and Molly Busby.

50th Day of School

Marshall Academy’s 3K-3rd Grade are celebrating the 50th Day of School in honor of Marshall’s 50th Anniversary, by dressing up in 1950’s attire. Check out these cute pictures!

Chemistry Lab Flame Test

The Marshall Academy Chemistry Class recently completed a Lab in which they conducted varies Flame tests of several known elements. The color of the flame can be used to identify the elements involved. In the flame test, the element gave off a characteristic color that serves as a simple method of identification of that element.