Gloria Marshall Elementary believes it is important to develop a strong community so that our students can reach for academic excellence. We welcome our community to participate and become involved in our school. Below you will find a link to our volunteer application so that we can ensure a safe environment for our students.
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 2013 - 2014 school year is: "Keep the Green Alive!"
Marshall Elementary: A Green Way of Thinking
A web page about Texas House Bill 5 was launched on the district website March 19th and presented to the public at the "What's HB5?" informational meeting. The page contains an overview of HB5, links to more detailed information, the PowerPoint presentation from the meeting, and dates of future HB5 meetings. There is a component to the page that allows readers to submit a question about HB5. A frequently-asked questions component will be added to the site. Please add the following link to your campus website. http://www.springisd.org/default.aspx?name=housebill5
Accountability Summary Report
Spring Independent School District (SISD) shares the Explanation of the 2013 Accountability Summary Report, as provide by Texas Education Agency – Division of Performance Reporting.
Parents are encouraged to use ParentOnlineto pay on their children's cafeteria accounts.
Click on the link below to go to their site or in the General Information’s menu. ParentOnline
Elementary School Transportation Maps
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.