Marshall County Schools is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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             401 Tiger Blvd. Lewisburg, Tennessee 37091  

                  (931)359-7149     fax (931)359-8669

TIGER CUBSMARSHALL ELEMENTARY

September 19– picture day

September 25– 2nd grade health screenings

October  and 5– parent teacher conference, 3:00-6:00

Octobern6– MCHS homecoming and homecoming parade

October 9-13– Fall break, no school

October 23– abbreviated day, professional development afternoon for teachers

October 26– MES FALL FESTIVAL!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOMEWORK HOTLINE!!!!!!!!

615-298-6636 –hotline

888-868-5777 –toll free (thanks to Sonic)

FREE TUTORING BY PHONE!

 

                 CUB CASH CALENDAR

Every Friday– freeze pop for $10.00 cub cash

Every Tuesday– cub cash store

Fri, Sept. 29– pajama day, $10.00 cub cash

Fri, October 6– homecoming float, $50.00 cub cash

Fri, October 20– hat day, $10.00 cub cash

Fri, October 27– popcorn, $10.00 cub cash

Tues, October 31– cub cash stored closed for Halloween

 

 

 

 

Welcome to our  new assistant principal,

      Mrs. Nicky Randolph

MES IS THE BEST!!

Dress up days for MCHS Homecoming week

Monday, October 2– My favorite shirt day

Tuesday, October 3– Super Hero day

Wednesday, October 4– Dress up like a teacher or favorite character day

Thursday, October 5– Hat day/pajama day

Friday, October 6– HOMECOMING, Tiger shirt day/ blue day

Press Release

Marshall County School System has entered into an agreement with Interquest Detection Canines, Inc., to provide trained detection canines to conduct random

unannounced inspections of all campus locations in the county.

The canines are trained to detect the presence of illicit drugs, prescription pills, alcohol, and firearms. Campus buildings, parking lots, and grounds will be randomly inspected for prohibited items. If detected and found, the county will initiate the appropriate disciplinary action.

The canines are non-aggressive and they are trained to discriminate specific “scents” of contraband items.

With the recent publicity concerning the dramatic increase in teenage drug use and shootings, the county is taking every reasonable precaution to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment for all concerned.