Every 3 minutes, someone in our community needs blood. That individual could be your friend, neighbor, or family member. Please join Community Blood Center to help save lives in your community by giving blood at the Marshall High School blood drive on Wednesday, March 10th from 7:30 AM - 2:00 PM . The drive will be held at Marshall High School at 805 S. Miami Ave.
Donors are encouraged to make an appointment by visiting savealifenow.org/group and using Group Code: VM . For additional details, contact Dawn Eblen at (816) 352-2342 . Join Community Blood Center, your community’s local blood provider by donating blood on Wednesday, March 10th .
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Words have power and kindness is free! Check out the new yard signs around the district! We hope to brighten your day and help get your mindset right to know that YOU matter and YOU can make a difference!
MPS will be virtual tomorrow, 2/18.
Due to road conditions, there will be no meals served at MPS locations today.
MPS will be virtual tomorrow, 2/17, due to temperatures and road conditions.
MPS will be virtual tomorrow, 2/16.
MPS will be distance learning Thursday, 2/11 & Friday, 2/12 due to weather.
As for all Wednesdays, Marshall Public Schools will be in distance learning February 10th.
No school for MPS on Tuesday, 2/9.
Due to road conditions, there will be no meal pick up at any MPS location.
MPS is canceled today, 2/8, due to road conditions. 2 hour late start tomorrow, 2/9.
MPS will have a 2 hour late start on Monday, 2/8, and Tuesday, 2/9 due to forecast.
Today, 1/15/21, we will be dismissing schools due to weather at 12pm today.
Marshall Pubic Schools' nurses are doing their part to end COVID! These are Jeannie Samson, LPN; Amber Snyder, LPN; and Ramona Green, LPN. Also vaccinated were Kris Ross, LPN and Crystal Porter, LPN.
Dear Marshall Public Schools Students and Parents: Please complete this brief survey to voice your preference for the way in which MPS students learn during the COVID pandemic. Your answer should reflect the way you feel, regardless of the rate of the spread of the virus. The community's preference will inform the decision-making process as this challenge continues. Thank you. https://forms.gle/86QfxW3yzP9RGbLJ7
Dear Marshall Public Schools Students and Parents: Please complete this brief survey to voice your preference for the way in which MPS students learn during the COVID pandemic. The community's preference will inform the decision-making process as this challenge continues. Thank you.
There will be no school (neither in-seat nor at-a-distance) on MLK Day, Jan. 18th, and Presidents' Day, Feb. 15th. To provide opportunities for the most learning possible, Marshall Public Schools will make up those holiday closures on Wednesday, Jan. 20th, and Wednesday, Feb. 17th, with in-seat learning in all buildings. Buses will run and food service will be provided as for regular in-seat days.
Don't forget there are still meals going out today and Wednesday at the 7 locations! Todays lunch is a cheeseburger!
MPS will remain all-distance learning until break begins on 12/18. In-seat learning begins 1/4/21. More details soon.