Marshall Newsletter

October 12- 17

Successful Students: End of the 1st Nine-Weeks

Parents, the end of the 9 week grading period is Friday October 16, 2020. Ask your child to log into Schoology (or TAC) to check if they have any missing work.

Please Remind child(ren) to log in everyday for sync time on Zoom

2nd Nine-Week Adjustment

We are so thankful that the metrics are improving in San Antonio allowing us to invite additional students to campus. With the increase of students, an adjustment with A-group and B-group is necessary.

Starting October 19th, our A-group will consist of A-L (all grade levels) and our B-group M-Z (mixed grade levels).

Following this schedule is extremely important to ensure our student and staff safety to control and plan for numbers in each class period. Please refer to the calendar. There is a printable version attached at the bottom of the newsletter.

Updated Synchronous Time for 2nd Nine-Weeks

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SAT Test on Wednesday, October 14th

Wednesday, October 14th - Will be an Asynchronous Virtual Learning Day for ALL 9th, 10th, & 11th grade students. In addition, those 12th Grade students who did NOT register for the School Day SAT will also be in Asynchronous Virtual Learning. The campus will ONLY be open for those 12th grade students who registered for the School Day SAT by the deadline, we will not be taking any late registrations or walk-ins. (Cici Collard)

October 12th, Columbus Day is Not A School Holiday

AP Deadline

Deadline is October 30th. Log into MySchoolBucks and pay toda

Parent Drop-Off

Very Important Reminder: Parent drop off and pick up is conducted in the lot between the football and soccer field on Lobo Lane. Please do not drop off your student in the front of the school or in the bus loop as it creates a safety concern and traffic hazard.

Counseling Corner

Class of 2021: Wednesday, October 14th, is Marshall High School’s SAT School Day for Senior’s. Make some time this weekend to log on to your College Board account and prepare for Wednesday’s SAT!

Staff Spotlight

Cristina Herrera is the department coordinator of the FCS Department at Marshall High School. She was born in El Paso TX. Mrs. Herrera earned a Bachelor’s Degree from New Mexico State University in Family and Consumer Sciences Education, and a Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from Trinity University.

Mrs. Herrera moved to San Antonio in 2009 and started teaching Fashion at Marshall High School. She currently teaches introduction to Culinary Arts and leads the FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) and the National Technical Honor Society.

Her favorite things are cooking and experimenting in the kitchen. She loves hiking and traveling with her family. She has an amazing bulldog named Clark.

Printable Calendar

Administrative Duties and Responsibilities