Gloria Marshall Elementary School is the district’s first “green” facility. The green features in the school are used to engage students in learning. Students will not only experience energy conservation first-hand, but have opportunities to use their actual learning environment to apply math and science concepts. Our curriculum has been designed for discovery approach learning and instruction that connects disciplinary knowledge to real world problems.
Our motto for the 2012 - 2013 school year is: "Keep the Green Alive!"
Marshall Elementary: A Green Way of Thinking
The 2013 - 2014 School Supply List
The 2013 - 2014 school supply list is now online. Please follow the link below.
Due to our 5th graders' participation in the Gallup Student Poll this past October, Marshall was named a "High Hope School". Of the 1,700 schools that participated in this poll, only 192 schools had a hope score of 4.53 or higher out of a possible 5, to be designated as a "High Hope School". This score is an indication that students believe that they can have a better future and feel that their school is giving them the tools and support necessary to make this happen.
We will be having our next batch of testing next week. Please view below for more information.
Progress Reports and Last Report Card
Progress Reports can be viewed online through our Home Access Center (HAC) today May 10th.
Report Cards will be sent home the last day of school May 31st with every student.
Parents are encouraged to use PayPamsto pay on their children's cafeteria accounts.
Click on the link below to go to their site or in the General Information’s menu. PayPams
Teacher Of The Year!
Congratulations to Tonya Richardsonour 2012-13 Marshall Teacher of the Year.
Mrs. Richardson is seen in this picture with her 5th grade team. Congratulations!
Marshall Elementary Recycling Program
Help Marshall Elementary become one of the top 5 elementary school recycling programs in America!
WHO: Parents and students
WHAT: Aluminum cans and plastic bottles brought to school in plastic bags
Where: Parents and students in the Car Rider Line can drop recycling off at the Car Rider Drop Off
Students that ride buses can drop off bag of recyclables when they get off the bus
Process: Our Student Council members will be weighing our recycling each day and reporting the number of pounds to the recycling company,
Waste Management will be awarding cash prizes and other give-a ways to the top recycling schools.
Marshall’s 2012 – 2013 Recycling Goal:
Be one of the top 5 elementary schools for recycling!
Be checking our school web page for updates on how many pounds have been collected.
Principal of the Year
Please join us in congratulating our wonderful leader as Spring ISD's 2011 - 2012 Principal of the Year!!!!!
Due to the state’s reduction in school funding, the decision was made to reduce bus transportation to the two-mile state limit, which aligns the district with neighboring school districts. The change in transportation made it necessary to change the starting times for schools.
The transportation maps show which students will be designated as walkers, riders due to hazardous traffic conditions and riders due to the two-mile limit.