Marshall Newsletter

November 1-6

Great Successes at Marshall High School

All this...just last week alone!

Marshall Ram Football is 8-1

Marshall Ram Mighty Band competed in Area

Marshall Academic Decathlon took 1st place

Marshall Counseling and Marshall staff donated 110 bags of candy to Haven For Hope

Academic Decathlon Wins!

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HAC Account: Check your Child's Grades and Attendance Weekly

Now is a great time to start checking grades and attendance. You can access all grades and attendance in HAC. Please contact the Marshall High School attendance office for assistance if you need help accessing you HAC account.

Football: Player of the Week!

RAM FAMILY! Please vote as much as you can for Jack Kalisky and share with your classes if time permits. We appreciate your support for these student-athletes.


Calling ALL Seniors


Jostens will be doing a Zoom presentation for all seniors for Cap and Gown and Graduation announcements. This will be on Monday November 1, 2021.

The link is as follows:


Class of 2023

Support the Class of 2023 at the following spirit day

Canes 7020 Bandera Road | Leon Valley, TX 78238

a. Date: November 3, 2021

b. Time: Lunch time starting 11:00am

Class of 2023 Shirt $12( must pre-order ) Cash , my school bucks or check to Room L201 Zaragoza

Counseling Corner

Mental Health Resources:

Communities in Schools (CIS) Social Emotional Education & Development with Students (SEEDS) Program.

The SEEDS Program seeks to help address student social, emotional, and mental health needs at schools by providing free professional mental health counseling with a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPC Associate) and wrap around social work services to students and families by a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) in designated Northside ISD feeder patterns.

Students will meet weekly with the mental health professional from CIS SEEDS on the JMHS campus. These services are provided free to students and their families through a partnership between Communities in Schools and NISD.

For more information, please have students and/or parents contact their assigned counselor.

Wonders & Worries

Wonders & Worries is a non-profit providing free, professional mental health support to children and teenagers during a parent’s serious illness. Parents who are dealing with a cancer diagnosis, recurring heart condition or other illnesses like ALS or MS often don’t know how to talk about their disease and its impact on the family.

A parent’s life-changing illness can negatively affect a child, increasing their risks for behavioral, emotional and academic problems. It can interfere with personal relationships and stress management. Wonders & Worries’ free programs ensure that children and teenagers can reach their full potential, despite a parent’s serious illness. Services are offered in English and Spanish, Saturday sessions and evening hours.

Please have students and/or parents contact their assigned counselor for additional information.