Fish Robinson, the Lead Pastor at Community Church in Oxford, shared with students in grade 7th-12th about being a good friend. Fish encouraged the students to put down their cell phones and have an actual conversation with a friend.
Month: August 2019
Each year the Kindergarten students at Marshall Academy celebrate the 100th Day of School. Sometimes this tradition is accompanied by a balloon release which includes a note about the event and school. This summer Kindergarten teacher Mindy Gresham received a letter from a gentleman named Chris Ivy from Fairview, Tennessee. Mr. Ivy had been picking …
Grady Brooks, a senior at Marshall Academy, participated in the Mississippi Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in Washington D.C. June 22-28. Grady, along with eighty-one other delegates from Mississippi, toured many of the historical and cultural sites during the tour and visited with many of Mississippi’s national leaders.
We are looking for volunteers to work concessions at the Strawberry Plains Hummingbird Festival 8:00-4:00, September 6, 7, 8. Contact Susan Rodgers @901-937-9222 or Tabitha Curtis @ 901-230-8898.
Week 2 of Chapel was directed by Trey Frank, Director of Youth Ministries at First Baptist Church Holly Springs. Trey played a little Simon Says with the students before delivering the devotion. The weekly devotion verse was 2 Peter 5:7-casting your Anxiety on the Lord.
Four Marshall Academy Varsity Cheerleaders and two Jr High Cheerleaders were selected for UCA All-American during the squads home camp July 31-August 2. Congratulations to Senior Cheerleaders: Erin Burleson, Kristy Wang, Bailee Baxter, and Faith Shankle; and Freshman Cheerleaders: Nalisa Prak and Ava Rodgers for being selected as UCA All-American Cheer Members.
Students in 7th-12th Grade have started new enrichment schedules on Wednesday & Friday. The new programs seek to feed the student’s mind, body, and spirit. On Wednesday students attend chapel and on Friday students have a chance to get involved in various clubs. The faculty and students are excited about our enrichment days & look …
Thank you to Jones Greenhouse for donating the flowers for the planters at the front of the school. We appreciate their continued support of Marshall Academy. We would also like to thank our parent volunteers, who planted the flowers during our workday. Our campus looks so beautiful thanks to the efforts of many Patriot supporters. …
Everyone had a great time at the PTC Back to school Breakfast this morning. It was great to see parents and students fellowship together and celebrate the beginning of the school year.
2nd Grade has been busy with STEM Activities in the first two weeks of school from creating a crazy drinking straw, making raisins dance, and mixing primary paint colors to create a Mixed-Up Chameleon.