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Marshall District and Curriculum
The primary mission of Marshall Public Schools is to prepare its students for success in a rapidly changing world. Students in Marshall participate in a rigorous curriculum that focuses not just on academics, but also on developing 21st century skills. This means that students acquire essential knowledge and skills in a wide range of academic areas in addition to analytical, problem solving, and decision-making skills. Marshall Public Schools is also dedicated to promoting the development of social and emotional intelligences such that students can operate effectively in the community. Learners develop strong communication skills, an excellent work ethic, and a respect for others.
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Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Marshall District Curriculum
The Math curriculum is designed to introduce students to the basic concepts and problem-solving methods and then to increase the complexity within each topic. Students begin their algebra study in elementary school by analyzing patterns and develop their geometry skills by learning about shapes and measurements. Data analysis becomes a key feature of the math curriculum and students are taught how to work with probabilities, ratios and eventually be able to perform statistical analysis. They also learn how to construct models and means to communicate their mathematical thinking.
The high school Language Arts curriculum focuses on critical reading of literature and non-fiction and is designed to help students develop their skills as writers. Summarizing information is an important skill that is gained at this level as well, as is distinguishing between facts and the opinions of the author. Students also learn how to support their ideas with evidence or opinions. Bringing ideas to a conclusion is also practiced. They learn how to conduct academic research and how to properly reference other works in bibliographies and footnotes.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Marshall Educational News
- Pre-School Options at Marshall Area Day Care - Families in the Marshal School District that have a 4-year-old child can enroll them in Marshall Area Day Care. The program offers services that prepare children for entrance into kindergarten. Students are immersed in literacy and numeracy activities while also developing crucial social skills that will prepare them for their first year of school.
- Minority Advocate Program Aims to Increase Academic Achievement - Marshall Public Schools is dedicated to the success of all students. To facilitate success for minority children, the district has created the Minority Advocate Program, which seeks to help kids build the personal and educational skills they need to be successful.
- Marshall Public Schools Offers Adult Education Options - Marshall Public Schools offers adult education services for community members who wish to complete their high school studies. GED programs are offered, in addition to other educational programming. Courses range from interest-based to career-oriented so there are many options.
Marshall Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: Why Community College Is a Good Choice
In some circles, community college gets a bad wrap. But today’s community colleges offer a wide variety of programs that help prepare students for entrance into the workforce or transition to a four-year institution. An increasing number of students are choosing to defer the costs of college by attending a local community college and gaining credits before transferring. Community colleges are far less expensive than universities, so they make great financial sense. They also offer a variety of certificate programs that allow students to get additional skills to be more employable. Many of these programs, particularly those in the health care and technology fields, can lead to immediate work, even before graduation. Community colleges also tend to have smaller classes, making it easier for students to connect with their professors and get one-on-one attention.