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Marshall Enews 9/1/23

Posted on: September 1, 2023

Marshall Enews 9/1/23


School News and Information

Happy Thursday!  We had another great week at school!  The kindergarten and 1st-grade students are adjusting to the rules and routines and getting into the daily school schedule. 



Friday, September 1, 2023: No school for students (Professional Development Day)

Monday, September 4, 2023: No school for students (Labor Day)

Tuesday, September 5, 2023: No school for students (Data Day)


Drop-Off and Pick-Up Procedures

Please help us in making pick up time as easy and efficient as possible. Please continue to only make right turns out of Marshall. Thank you for your help in getting our students home safely and as quickly as possible. 


Oxford Multicultural Family Alliance

Oxford Multicultural Family Alliance is hosting a Community Meet & Greet on Sunday, October 1st, from 2 pm-4 pm at the TRI Community Center Playground/Field Area (6025 Fairfield Rd, Oxford) All are welcome! The goals of OMFA include creating a community of families to support and advocate for the diverse students of Oxford. Light snacks and refreshments will be provided. Invite your family and friends!



Could your little one use a Big?  Please see the link below from Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County.



Destination Imagination

The informational Meeting is on September 5 at 5:00. See the flyer for more details about DI. Use this link if your child may be interested in DI this year, so teams can be formed: 

Destination Imagination


EZ Pay Link & QR Code

Do you need to add lunch money to your child’s account or pay school fees?  Pay here:

EZ Pay


Marshall  PTG Information

The Marshall PTG wants you!


The Marshall Parent Teacher Group is composed of parents/caregivers, teachers, and community volunteers, who donate their time and efforts to enrich each Marshall student’s experience.  The first PTG meeting will be held on Monday, September 11th at 7:00. We hope to see you there!


Our fall flower sale will continue through the weekend. We are selling mums, mumkins, and mumsters! Be sure to look at the flier that came home and check your email for links to view and purchase from the sale. All proceeds support Marshall PTG, which goes back to support our students and staff! 


We have met our first two goals - let’s get to 400 items or more as a school so we can earn some more prizes!


100 items, all students will get a fun sticker!

250 items, all students can bring a small stuffie to school for the day (it must fit in their backpack)!

400 items, all students can wear crazy hair or a crazy hat!

650 items, all students earn 5 extra minutes of recess!

850 items, all students can have a snow cone at lunch!

Any student who sells over 11 items gets the opportunity to silly string a teacher! Thank you for supporting Marshall PTG and all of our students and staff!


Talawanda Classified Substitute Information

Please see the information below if you are interested in becoming a classified substitute for 

Talawanda School District.


Please complete this form if you are interested in applying to become a classified substitute.


Talawanda Classified Substitute Application


Current classified substitute pay: Effective 8/1/2023


Educational Assistant$11.00/hour

Food Service$11.00/hour

Classified Substitute Requirements

All classified substitutes are required to have a background check. Background checks can be completed at the Miami University Police Department, by appointment. Information can be found on their website. Have a copy of the background check sent to the Talawanda School District.


In addition to the background check and drug screen, Educational Assistants Substitutes are required to have an Educational Assistant Aide permit through the State of Ohio. This permit must have the ESEA endorsement. To add the “ESEA qualified” endorsement to an educational aide permit, the individual must have successfully completed one of the following: 

  • The examination for paraprofessionals is prescribed by the State Board of Education (ParaPro Assessment). Candidates must request their test scores be reported directly to the Ohio Department of Education from the Educational Testing Service.

  • An associate degree (or higher) from an accredited institution of higher education; or at least two years of study at an accredited institution of higher education (defined as 48 semester hours or 72 quarter hours).

More information about obtaining an Educational Aide Permit can be found here.

Marshall Cafeteria

Marshall Breakfast Menu

Marshall Lunch Menu


Saturday Art

Saturday Art is for students age 4 years to adult.  You can learn creative projects and no experience required.  Saturday Art


Lane Library- Caitlin Campbell 

Caitlin Campbell from the Oxford Lane Library has completed a how-to handout to help families better navigate Lane's catalog when looking for Accelerated Reader books.

Library AR Handout


Search for Swoop Community Activity

Miami Athletics and Ohio529 are excited to partner to bring a fun, new and FREE activity to Oxford for the next few weeks!

Swoop is hiding in 15 local spots and we need you to help find him! The scavenger hunt board can be printed below along with the instructions.

This fun activity will take place through September 4 and is open to anyone to participate! Participants who are in the 8th grade or younger who find 10 hidden Swoops will receive a complimentary ticket to the Miami Football game on Saturday, Sept. 23. Anyone 8th grade or younger who finds ALL 15 hidden Swoops will receive a ticket AND be eligible into the prize drawing, which includes a $529 college savings award!

Download your scavenger hunt board and the participant instructions below!

Scavenger Hunt Board-


A big THANK YOU to our participating businesses:

Taco Bell, Mercy Health- Oxford, Skyline Chili, Koenig Equipment, Century21, Kroger, Enjoy Oxford, Rapid Fired Pizza, LaRosa's, Imfeld's Nursery, Brick & Ivy, Prime at Oxford, E&H Ace Hardware and Red Brick Lounge!

Scavenger hunt boards are to be turned in by end of day on Tuesday, Sept. 5 to be eligible to receive your complimentary ticket and be entered into the prize drawing!



2023-2024 Calendar

August 23 - September 6 - PTG Fall Flower Sale

September 1 - PD Day - NO SCHOOL

September 4 - Labor Day - NO SCHOOL

September 5 - Data Day - NO SCHOOL

September 11 - Picture Day

September 11 - PTG Meeting @ 7:00pm

September 18 - Marshall Monday - (Wear your Marshall Spirit Wear)

October 7 - PTG Fall Flower Sale Delivery Day

October 9 - Marshall Monday (Wear your Marshall Spirit Wear)

October 9 - PTG Meeting

October 17 & 19 - Parent/Teacher Conferences

November 13 - PTG Meeting

January 8 - PTG Meeting

February 12 - PTG Meeting

March 7 & 12- Parent/Teacher Conferences

March 8- No School Data/Work Day

March 11 - PTG Meeting

March 25-April 1- Spring Break

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

May 23- Last Day of School


Have a great, safe, long 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.