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Marshall parent Kim Kosmatka brings her camera to the classrooms and sidelines, capturing life on the Hill.

If you have photos of Marshall events you'd like to share, send them to Kim at the email above.

Lego Robotics Scrimmage

Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Monday November 24 at 02:59PM
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Christmas City of the North Parade

Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Monday November 24 at 08:55AM
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Food Drive

The Marshall Leadership Forum met today to plan the Chum food drive, which will collect items until November 26th. If you or your student are interested in donating, foods and cash or checks should be brought to student advisories, with checks made out to Chum.

Chum's Food Shelf Needs:

  • Peaches, fruit cocktail, pineapple, mandarin oranges
  • Chicken noodle and cream of mushroom soup
  • Peanut butter
  • Tuna and Spam
  • Spaghettios, chili, and stew
  • Chunky soups
  • Pasta sides, rice-a-roni, and ramen
  • Cold cereal
  • Pork and beans
  • Macaroni and cheese

Items not needed due to surplus: Tomato soup and applesauce

Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Wednesday November 19 at 04:15PM
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Marshall Celebrates Veterans Day

Students attended a special assembly today for Veterans Day. 
Several students were involved in the assembly. Anna Thickens, Alex Hadlock, and Adrienne Skelton all presented poems from different wars throughout history, including pieces from World War I, Vietnam, and Iraq. Pentti Hanlon read the symbols for each fold of the flag during the flag-folding ceremony. Pictured below, Captain of the Duluth Honor Guard John Marshall and alumnus and veteran Paul Pedersen '87 performed the folding of the flag.
The band and chamber choir also performed at the assembly. The band played two pieces, "The Star-Spangled Banner" and "Salute to America's Finest" - a special medley of each of the service songs. The chamber singers performed "America the Beautiful" to close the assembly.
Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Tuesday November 11 at 04:10PM
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Mr. Diener's Class Rocks!

8th graders in Mr. Diener's class spent some time learning about rock identification.

Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Friday November 7 at 03:00PM
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Senior Soccer Boys and Coaches at Banquet

Thanks to Patti McKenna for the picture!

 

Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Monday November 3 at 04:17PM
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Halloween Topper Tunnel

Pentti Hanlon and Ashlee Siegle ran through a spooky Topper Tunnel today! Both will be competing at the State Cross-Country competition! #TopperStrong

 

Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Friday October 31 at 09:48AM
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5th Grade Taxonomy

Remember Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species?
Marshall fifth graders are learning about taxonomy, or the science of classification, with Mr. Friese. Friese gives the students the Kingdom, Phylum, and the Class, and the students need to design their own creature, assigning them an Order, Family, Genus, and Species. The students love the opportunity to get creative - in fact one student said, “This is the best science lab ever!"

Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Wednesday October 29 at 09:21AM
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Tailgating Football on October 25th

Thanks to current parent Julie Mackinaw for these photos from last Saturday's play-off football game!

Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Monday October 27 at 03:47PM
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UWS Tri-State Honor Band

Thanks to Kim Kaz for this photo of the UWS Tri-State Honor Band. Seven Marshall musicians were selected to play in last night's Honor Band concert.

 

Posted by Ms. Melissa Hodge on Friday October 24 at 10:43AM
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