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- School Supplies
- Bussing Request
- Fall Athletic Information
- Health Office Information
- Fryberger Outdoor Experiences - 9th and 10th Grade Forms
- Request for Services for Students Attending a Non-Public School
- Daily Timetable for 2021
Students will spend the first few days of the year getting their supplies organized, so it is helpful for students to have the supplies in the link above by the first days of school. This list may not be all-inclusive and other supplies may be needed during the school year (poster board for projects, additional paper, extra pencils, etc.) For questions about the supply list, contact Karen Snyder, Middle School Principal at email@example.com.
- All middle school students will be provided with a student planner.
- 8th graders are expected to have a laptop each day. Both PC and Mac platforms are acceptable. Students should choose a laptop they are most comfortable and familiar with to optimize success. Students will need internet access at home. Questions about technology needs can be sent to Director of Technology, firstname.lastname@example.org
Upper school students are asked to use an organizational system that works to support their academic success. All upper school students must have a laptop to use daily and are encouraged to choose a laptop that they are most comfortable and familiar with to optimize their success. Students will need internet access at home. Students must also have paper and pencil/pens with them daily.
Bussing is provided to students who live within the Duluth Public Schools boundaries. If you would like your child to ride the bus to and/or from school, please email Karen Snyder at email@example.com. Schedules are released the week before bussing begins. Bussing begins on September 7.
The official opening day for fall athletics is Monday, August 16. Parents must register students through rSchool before participating - during registration they will sign into their family account, verify contact and update health information, and take care of participation fees. The registration portal will be active the week of July 19.
All student athletes need to have a valid ImPACT baseline test on file. Students who need a test will receive information after registration.
Questions, please email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Immunization requirements for 7th and 10th grade students are as follows:
- Hepatitis B series (3 shots). An alternate 2-shot schedule of Hepatitis B may also be used for kids from age 11 through 15 years.
- MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) - 2 shots.
- Tdap (Tetanus, Diptheria and Pertussis) – 3 shots plus a booster for 7th – 12th grade
- IPV/OPV (Polio) – 3 shots
- Varicella (chicken pox) - 2 shots. If your student has had the disease then this must be documented by a medical provider.
- MCV/MPSV (Meningococcal) – 1 shot plus a booster at age 16.
**According to Minnesota State Law, all required immunizations must be completed and forms received before the start of school in the fall. If for medical reasons or for conscientious objection you do not want your child to receive these immunizations, you will need to have a form notarized and on file in the Health Office.
7th and 10th Grade Sports Physicals
All students entering seventh grade are requested to have physicals. If students will be participating in sports, a sports physical must be completed after June 1st and is valid for three years.
The Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) requires all students entering 10th grade to have a sports physical form on file if they plan to participate in sports. The physical must be completed after June 1st and is valid for three years.
Additional athletic participation information is located on the website.
Parent Request for Release to Administer Medication
- Students in grades 9-12 may self-administer acetaminophen and ibuprofen. All other medication (including inhalers, epi-pens, over-the-counter and prescription medication) requires a signed Parent Request and Release for Administration of Medication form. The completed form and medication can be given to the Health Office on the first day of school.
- Students in grades 4-8 may not self-administer medication in school. If your child will need to take medication (including inhalers, epi-pens, over-the-counter and prescription medication) during the school day, please complete the Parent Request and Release for Administration of Medication form and return it with the medication to the Health Office on the first day of school.
Forms need to be completed and turned into the Health Center or Athletic Department before the first day of practice and/or school. Forms are available on the Marshall website.
Both the Freshman and Sophomore classes will travel to Camp Menogyn. The dates or the 9th grade are August 30 - September 2. The Sophomore Class will be at Menogyn during the week of September 8-10. Forms should be returned to the main office no later than August 25.
The State of Minnesota has authorized local public school districts to loan textbooks, standardized tests, and individual instruction materials to pupils attending a non-public school that is established and operating within their local school district boundaries. The materials must be secular in nature and designed primarily for individual use by the pupil in a particular class or program in the non-public school the pupil regularly attends. Further, the State of Minnesota has authorized local public school districts to allow pupils in secondary non-public schools access to existing district health services and secondary pupil guidance and counseling services programs. All of these services must be requested by or on behalf of the pupil no later than Friday, September 10, 2021.
Please complete the form linked below, providing the full name and grade for each Marshall student. Click all the check boxes to indicate that you are requesting textbooks, standardized tests, and individualized instruction materials; health services; and/or counseling and guidance services for each student listed. (Only secondary students qualify for counseling and guidance services.)