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Marshall Enews 12/8/23

Posted on: December 8, 2023

Marshall E-news 12/8/2023

School News and Information

Happy Friday! We hope this message finds you well and that you've had a fantastic week. It's been a bustling time in our classroom, filled with exciting activities and noteworthy progress.


Our MAP testing has kicked off, and we're thrilled with the engagement and effort from our students. Alongside this, our teachers have been delivering some truly incredible lessons, sparking curiosity and fostering a love for learning among our students. It has been fun to get in and out of the classrooms to see all of the fun!


As we approach the holiday season, we're excited to announce some upcoming festivities! Starting Friday, December 15, we'll be celebrating with themed days:


December 15th: Miami Day - Show your support for Miami vs. Appalachian State in their bowl game by wearing your favorite Miami gear.

December 18th: Holiday Headwear - Get creative and showcase your festive headwear!

December 19th: Holiday Sweatshirt/Shirt/Outfit - Dress in your most cheerful holiday attire.

December 20th: Holiday Pajamas - Get cozy and festive in your favorite holiday pajamas.


For those dropping students off in the mornings,  please  filter in to the upper parking lot so we can get as many cars as possible off of 27. Thank you for your cooperation! 


We understand and appreciate the enthusiasm surrounding the holiday season and the joy that traditions like Elf on a Shelf can bring. It is important to adhere to school rules and policies, and one rule is not bringing toys to school. Please help us by keeping Elves at home. 

School Hours

Thank you to everyone who adjusted to the new school hours.  Just one more reminder on times.

Elementary School Schedule:

School Hours: 8:25 am to 3:05 pm.

Vehicle drop-off for elementary school students begins at 8:05 a.m.


Bus drop-off for elementary school students will occur between 8:10 a.m. and 8:15 a.m.

Information on any bus route changes has been communicated.  See the district website for updates.


Thank you to everyone for adjusting throughout the year to the vehicle line drop-off and pick-up procedures.  As the weather turns cooler and vehicle windows are not down, please make sure that your child’s name is displayed so we can call out their name.  It helps us get students in the correct spot while waiting in line.  If you need a new card for your car, please let us know.

TSD After School World Language Program

Foreign language for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders begins on February 6 and will continue through April 23 from 3:30-4:30.  


Miami 3rd Grade Research Study

Please use this link to learn more about a research project looking for 3rd-grade students. 


Talawanda STEM

Talawanda STEM FB


Community Activities

1. Kinship Caregivers have a meeting coming up in January. HERE 


2. Our PHS Partnership is allowing opportunities for a Mobile Dental Unit. HERE 


Community Events & Activities Designed for Kids and Families:


PTG Family Skate Night- February 24, 2023

Sunday, February 24th at 5:15-6:45 p.m. is Marshall Family Skate Night at Goggin!! This is a fun FREE family event! 



We need volunteers to run the RAH cart. Click Here to sign up for a spot to help our students shop the RAH cart.

Every Friday  (Thursday when there is no school on Friday) is RAH cart dates. Students who bring in a RAH recording sheet can get a prize from the cart. Special prizes for students who get in the 100, 500, or 1,000 RAH club! Keep Reading At Home!!

Click Here for a RAH recording sheet.

See below for RAH Cart dates:

Friday, Dec. 15 (last weekly collection before winter break)


Attendance Reminder! 


Before 8:30 a.m. on the day of absence, a parent/guardian should call the Attendance line, Marshall Office at 513-273-3600, to report a student absent from school. This line is available 24 hours a day. If a parent has called the Attendance line, a written note WILL NOT be necessary. If a call has not been received, the Office will begin making home phone calls to missing students by 9:30 a.m. in compliance with the Missing Child Act. Students who have not been called in and wish to have his/her absence excused MUST, within 5 school days, present a note stating the date(s) of absence, reason of absence, and parent/guardian signature. Parents may excuse their child for a total of TEN days each school year. After TEN days of parent excuses, all absences will be considered UNEXCUSED unless supported by a doctor's note. Vacation days may be excused as part of the 10 total Parent notes.

National and International Holidays, Monthly Recognitions and Interfaith Religious Observances

National and International Holidays, Monthly Recognitions and Interfaith Religious Observances


Bogan December Breakfast menu 


Bogan December Lunch Menu 


EZ Pay Link 


Do you need to add lunch money to your child’s account or pay school fees?  Please contact the office if you need your child’s student ID number. 

EZ Pay


Talawanda Job Postings


Marshall Cafeteria

Marshall Breakfast Menu

Marshall Lunch Menu


2023-2024 Calendar

December 15 - School Banking Miami Savings Bank

December 21-January 5- Winter Break

January 8 - PTG Meeting

January 15- No School Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 26 - School Banking Miami Savings Bank

February 12 - PTG Meeting

February 16-19- No School Presidents Day Weekend

February 23 - School Banking Miami Savings Bank

February 24 - Marshall Skate Night @ Goggin at 5:15

March 5 & 7- Parent/Teacher Conferences

March 8- No School Data/Work Day

March 11 - PTG Meeting

March 14 - 4th Grade Concert

March 22 - School Banking Miami Savings Bank

March 25-April 1- Spring Break

April 8- Professional Development Day

April 18 - School Banking Miami Savings Bank

May 6 & 7- No School PD/Data/Work Day

May 17 - School Banking Miami Savings Bank

May 23- Last Day of School


Have a great, safe, weekend!


Stephanie Jones




Educating and preparing students for life!


In partnership with the community, our mission is to educate and prepare our students for a rapidly changing world by instilling critical thinking skills, a global perspective, and a respect for our core values.