On Monday, December 16, 2019, the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth-grade classes performed “Jingle Bell Beach”. Students performed the musical competition in hopes of getting home in time for Christmas.
Month: December 2019
On Monday, December 9 the K3-2nd Grade students presented “Twas the Night Before Christmas”. The students did a wonderful job presenting the story and singing Christmas carols to family and friends.
On Thursday, December 12 the Marshall Girl Scout Troop delivered gift bags to the residents at Trinity Mission Health and Rehabilitation. Thank you to the community supporters who made this service project a success. The girls and their outreach were a blessing to the residents. (front) Mary Neilee Whaley, Addie Shaw, Addie Rivers Donahoe, Hadley Jenkins, Kallie Wilson, …
Join us in the gymnasium at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, December 16, for “Jingle Bell Beach” performed by the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth-grade classes.
Don’t miss out on the terrific bargains to be found at the Santa Store! Monday, December 16 will be the last day to shop before we close up shop. Be sure to send a list with your children so Santa’s helpers can assist them with their purchases.
Congratulations to our MAIS District 1-East spelling bee participants – Tamya Pittman-5th place for 4th grade, Eli Lomenick-3rd place for 5th grade, and Eliza Cavender-1st place for 6th grade. Eliza advances to the state spelling bee on January 17th, 2020.
Congratulations to Philip Parks and Jeremiah Jones for being selected to play in the MAIS All-Star Football Game on Friday, December 6 at Jackson Prep. We are very proud of these outstanding young men & wish them the best of luck!
Please remember Christmas Formal T-Shirt order forms are due this Friday, December 6. “How the Grinch Stole Formal”.
The Marshall Academy Freshman Class would love to help you get ready for the holidays by selling you a beautiful Christmas Poinsettia, grown locally at Jones Greenhouse! The deadline to order is Tuesday, December 10!
Mrs. Clanton’s Kindergarten students selected a Native American name for Thanksgiving and illustrated the meaning. Pictured by the list of names and with their illustrations (l to r front) Rocket Thompson, Corrine Woods, Avery Holt, Sam Smith, and Weslee Wilkerson. (l to r back) Carly Martin, Hadley Hunter, Adley Ikner, Madison Orman, and Phoenix Thompson.