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Bringing Meals Close to Home – MCSD to transport meals throughout the district during school closure

(Información sobre el programa Comidas Cerca a Casa en español aquí) The lives of many Marshalltown Schools students and families have changed drastically in the past week amid COVID-19 concerns. Because meeting the needs of our students is of the … Continue reading

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Woodbury Elementary staff create “Daily Woodbury Adventures” video series for students

Marshalltown Schools students will be away from their schools for some time due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but that isn’t stopping teachers and staff from interacting with their pupils. Woodbury Elementary School is making an extra effort to ensure … Continue reading

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Chromebook checkouts available to MCSD preschool-sixth grade students

Marshalltown Schools are currently closed through April 10, 2020 in response to the spread of COVID-19 in Iowa. District leaders are aware it is important for students to continue learning however possible during the next four weeks. As a result, … Continue reading

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Message to parents and staff regarding travel and COVID-19

Dear MCSD families,  Spring break is coming to a close and normal classes are set to resume Monday, March 16. Many families and staff members may have traveled out of the state or country during the break. The United States … Continue reading

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Hundreds of preschoolers, kindergartners registered for 2020-21 school year – Parent Family Night upcoming

For many students and families across the Marshalltown Community School District, March means spring is fast approaching. However, hundreds of families have been focused on next school year by registering their preschoolers and kindergartners for class. As of Wednesday, March … Continue reading

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Fisher Elementary students take Kids Heart Challenge, raise more than $4,000 in donations

Fisher Elementary just completed the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge (previously known as Jump Rope for Heart). Fisher students raised $4,317.09 toward this worthy cause. The students participated in jump rope skills during physical education classes and had the … Continue reading

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MHS students in Pier program visit Grandview Heights residents

Several Marshalltown High School students are making a weekly trip down Olive Street to visit with residents of Grandview Heights Rehab and Healthcare. The students – who are involved in the high school’s Pier program – and Grandview residents engage … Continue reading

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