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Marshall Enews 10/19/18

Posted on: October 19, 2018

Marshall Elementary Weekly E-News

October 19, 2018


A Peaceful, Productive, Healthy, and Happy Community

The mission of Marshall Elementary is to work as a community to achieve higher levels of thinking and learning by empowering every learner everyday.


School News and Information


Thank you to all of the families who attended conferences on Tuesday and Thursday.  We appreciate working with you and your children in helping them be successful learners.  


Thank you to Mrs. Gronas and all the parents who contributed to the conference meals.  The Marshall staff appreciates all the great food!



Donation Link


There will be ONE grand prize winner; the more we raise the bigger the prize.  Here’s how it works:

  • For every $10 a student raises, a ticket with their name will be entered into the drawing.  The more they raise the more chances they have to win.
  • If we raise $10,000 or more, one student’s name will be drawn to win $1,000!  Or if we raise $7,500 one student’s name will be drawn to win $750. However, if we raise $5,000 one student’s name will be drawn to win $500.
  • There will also be one $50 drawing for each grade level.


As of today we have raised just over $4000 and we have a little over a week until the big day!

Marshall will be also be holding the annual Halloween parties and parade of costumes on Wednesday, October 31.  Individual classroom parties will be arranged through the classroom teachers. Our school parade will take place at 2:15 PM.


As students begin to prepare their costumes, please follow the guidelines listed below so that this is a safe and school appropriate event.


  • Weapons of any kind are not permitted
    • This includes, but is not limited to, guns, knives, swords, pitchforks, or anything that is intended to inflict bodily harm


  • Masks are allowed but should not be worn on the school bus


  • Face paint, if used, should be put on at home and to prevent any eye irritations should not be applied near a student’s eyes


  • Due to the young age of some of our students, we also request that you limit the amount of gore used in your child’s costume


  • With the addition of the Marshall Monster Mash Dash - please be aware that students will want to be able to move freely during this event.  


Health and Wellness

Health and Wellness Coordinator, Amy Macechko shared the following information about,

The Asset Challenge.

Coalition for a Healthy Community


Upcoming Dates

10/23 - Coding Club 8:15 to 9:00 AM

10/23 & 10/24 - 3rd Grade Ohio State Test - Reading

10/24 - Bookmobile

10/25 - K-Kids 4:00 to 5:00 PM

10/26 - 3rd Grade Field Trip to Richmond Civic Hall

10/30 - Coding Club 8:15 to 9:00 AM

10/31 - Marshall Monster Mash Dash

11/1 - K-Kids 4:00 to 5:00 PM

11/2 - Miami Savings Bank Banking Day

11/6 - NO SCHOOL - Election Day/Staff Professional Development Day

11/8 - Picture Retakes 9:30-10:30 AM

11/9 - End of First Trimester

11/11 - Marshall PTG Ice Skating 3:00-5:00 PM


Stay Connected with Marshall

Facebook   - Marshall Elementary - Oxford, Ohio

Twitter  - @TSDMarshall

Instagram  - TSDMarshall

Updating Student Information

Student Information/contact Forms are completed electronically.  Simply log into Final Forms using the email and password you created and make the changes you need.  If you forgot your email or password click forgot email or forgot password and follow the prompts.

Need to update a phone number or address - Go to the Contact Form

Need to update your pick up list - Go to the Transportation Form

Attachments Below


Community Flyers Link


Student and Parent Volunteers Needed!  

The Psychology Department faculty at MU are looking for volunteers to help the clinical psychology graduate students taking a course about psychological assessment.  The course involves learning about different assessment techniques, such as interviewing, observations and tests. The students need to practice these assessment methods with children and adolescents of all different ages and with parents.  We are looking for child/adolescent and parent volunteers to help the students practice and learn. If you student does participate, he or she will most likely have fun and will earn a small reward/prize. The tests are interesting and challenging and most students really enjoy the interacting with the graduate students.  Since the graduate students are just learning to administer the tests, the results are not considered to be valid so we cannot share the results/feedback of the assessment. Please contact Dr. Vaishali Raval ( or Dr. Jen Green ( or call 529-2423 to learn more about helping our graduate students in their training to become psychologists.