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Anson Elementary students enjoy readings and rhymes during Dr. Seuss Day

Anson Elementary School students enjoyed a day filled with “The Cat in the Hat,” “Green Eggs and Ham,” “The Lorax,” “Horton Hears a Who!” and many other classic Dr. Seuss books Monday. Dr. Seuss Day has been celebrated at Anson … Continue reading

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MCSD Youth Art Show a hit

The Fisher Community Center auditorium was packed with families, students and community members; all were there to see the colorful, quality artwork created by Marshalltown Schools students of all ages Saturday. The open house kicked off a month where the … Continue reading

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Three MCSD staff members receive Employee of the Quarter honors

The three recipients of the Marshalltown Community School District Employee of the Quarter Award for the second quarter have been named. Marshalltown Learning Academy paraeducator Amy Paul, MCSD Transportation bus monitor Sheryl Underhill and Anson Elementary School special education teacher … Continue reading

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MCSD Youth Art show slated to open this weekend

The annual Marshalltown Community School District Youth Art Show will be on display at the Fisher Community Center auditorium from Saturday, Feb. 29 to Saturday, March 28. The art show is a way to celebrate Youth Art Month and showcase … Continue reading

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MHS students explore nursing, pediatrics careers

Several Marshalltown High School students took a trip down Center Street Thursday to learn about infant care, pediatrics and more from  the staff and students of Marshalltown Community College’s excellent nursing program.  The day consisted of a panel discussion from … Continue reading

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Marshalltown High School hosts Eighth Grade Parent Night

The transition from middle school to high school is a big step for students and their families. Marshalltown High School staff presented information and guidance to ease that transition Tuesday. Current eighth grade students and their families learned about the … Continue reading

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MHS students visit Emerson, learn about engineering careers

It was a day of exploring career interests for more than two dozen Marshalltown High School junior and senior students Tuesday.  The group visited the Emerson Innovation Center to learn about the myriad engineering career opportunities offered by the company. … Continue reading

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