Back to School 21-22 Marshall Schools is excited to welcome back students next week! Back to school plans have been updated in response to Governor Pritzker’s...
Marshall Schools Community, As I did, entering week 2 of the school year, I want to update you post Labor Day regarding CoVid & Quarantine Numbers. We currently have...
Marshall Schools Community, As we enter week 2 of the 2021-22 school year, I want to provide some updates and reminders as we work together to keep our students healthy,...
Follow the link below for updates and reminders regarding Covid from Superintendent Ross....
Girls Basketball Sign-Up in the office until Friday, August 27th.
Practice will begin on August 30th, 3:30 - 5:00pm.
Parent Meeting will follow practice on August 30th at 5pm in the gym.
I am extremely excited and blessed to begin my journey as the Principal of Marshall Junior High School and welcoming students tomorrow to in-person learning for the 2021-22 school year.
While all years face challenges, I know this staff will work to persevere at every step of the road for your students. I am excited to see how we work together as a community through these challenges and I want you to know how much it means to me that you are entrusting us with your students education.
I am looking forward to a great year and getting to know you and your students.
1st Day Information
-7:45 opening times for buildings and the high volume of students being dropped off, that drop-off lines will be slow.
- All students will enter through the 7th Grade Student entrance, located next to the Junior High Main Office.
-Dismissal time at MJHS is 11:30. Pick-up lines will be slow as well. Thanks for your cooperation and patience!
Marshall Schools Community, we are looking forward to the 21-22 school year. Follow the link below for the latest Back to School Plan for 21-22.
Yesterday, Governor Pritzker issued an Executive Order for Illinois Schools that requires the wearing of masks indoors by all at schools regardless of vaccination status until further notice. This includes indoor sports as well. Outdoor school activities/sports have not been affected to this point. Requirements for mask wearing on school transportation were already in place.
More detailed reopening plans that reflect these changes will be shared soon.
Thanks as always for your patience and cooperation.