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Celebration of “Scherzo” artwork set for Thursday, June 30

Another exciting piece of public art has found a home in Marshalltown! Help us celebrate the arrival of “Scherzo” with a Reveal Celebration on Thursday, June 30 from 5-7 p.m. at the Marshalltown Performing Arts Center (east side of Marshalltown … Continue reading

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MCSD named among Teacher and Paraeducator Registered Apprenticeship Pilot Program grant awardees

The Marshalltown Community School District was among the Teacher and Paraeducator Registered Apprenticeship Pilot Program grant awardees announced by Gov. Kim Reynolds on Thursday. The grant program will provide opportunities for current high school students and adults to earn a … Continue reading

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Three named Employees of the Quarter

Three exemplary Marshalltown CSD staff members were named Employees of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of the 2021-22 school year. Miller Middle School long-term substitute teacher Patty Herrera, Anson Elementary School nurse Brenda Villa, and District Transportation bus monitor … Continue reading

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Bobcat graduates celebrated at Commencement Ceremony

Hundreds of Bobcats stepped into life’s next chapter at the Class of 2022 Commencement Ceremony on Sunday. For the second year in a row, the graduates walked across Leonard Cole Field to be celebrated by school leaders as their friends … Continue reading

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Dozens of senior students honored at MHS Awards Night

Class of 2022 Bobcats were celebrated for earning impressive scholarships and awards at the annual MHS Awards Night on Thursday.  A record-breaking number of students earned a Seal of Biliteracy award this year. Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) medals, Silver … Continue reading

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Retirees celebrated at 2022 MCSD/MEA Retirement Tea

Two dozen longtime school staff members are looking forward to life’s next chapters as they get ready for retirement at the end of the 2021-22 school year. This year’s retirees were honored and celebrated for the time, effort, and incredible … Continue reading

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Class of 2022 features record number of dual graduates

A record-breaking group of 19 exceptional Class of 2022 Bobcats will graduate with both their high school diploma and a college degree, diploma, or certificate in hand this spring. This year’s dual graduates include: Rochelle Avalos (Associate of Arts – … Continue reading

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Student School Board representatives’ service recognized

Four Marshalltown High School seniors who served as Marshalltown School Board student representatives during the 2021-22 school year were recognized for their service at the Monday, May 16 regular board meeting. Student representatives Phoebe Hermanson, Taylor Jones, Haley Reed, and … Continue reading

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Four named Employees of the Quarter

Four exceptional Marshalltown CSD staff members have been named Employees of the Quarter for the Third Quarter of the 2021-22 school year. Woodbury Elementary school resource specialist Samantha Baedke, Marshalltown High School Food Service staff member Deb Corrick, Lenihan Intermediate … Continue reading

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Anson students donate dozens of goodie bags

Anson Elementary fourth graders put together and donated 40 goodie bags for those in need this week, in partnership with the Salvation Army of Marshalltown.  The donations were made possible through a $250 Iowa Association of Realtors Project Jack grant. … Continue reading

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