Inclement Weather Instructions
In case of inclement weather situations which may produce a need to cancel or delay school in order to ensure the safety of our students and staff, please tune in to local (Memphis, TN and Tupelo, MS) news stations for information. Information about school closings or delays will also be posted at the top of this web page.

MCSD Teachers Preparing to Move the Bus!

5 days ago

Physical Education teachers sharing ideas!

Special Education Director Dominique Alexander works with her staff!

 

Ms. Smith sharing with her kindergarten colleagues! 

 

Great ELA strategies from H.W. Byers teachers! 

An U.N.R.E.A.L. strategy to help our students!

Working together problems get solved!

Fifth and sixth grade teachers helping each other!

Fourth grade teachers discussing challenges and strategies!

First and second grade focused on learning from each other!

Dr. Hale's Challenge
My personal belief is that every child deserves a quality, equitable education. By putting students first, educators can provide the necessary educational opportunities to advance students in their endeavors. One of my goals is to unify our school district to work together to gain a higher accountability rating as a district, as well as in each school. Our first district meeting led us to work together as grade-level and subject- level teams. We will continue to strive for collaboration to build that unity. I have challenged the administration, faculty, and staff to be professionals, plan engaging lessons, provide a safe learning environment, be accountable, and navigate their course.

In an effort to prepare our students for the 21st Century, our faculty, staff, and stakeholders must understand the vision to advance our students using the latest research available. Using targeted support and training for administrators, teachers, and staff will provide a basis for effective school leadership. Using data to guide our instructional decisions will prescribe the necessary instruction to advance skills and correct weaknesses. Integrating literacy will strengthen the foundation for reading and writing in all subject areas. Advancing technological skills will provide our students with a means to become better problem-solvers finding answers to complex concepts. Providing opportunities for parents and caregivers to learn more about how to assist their children will strengthen the home to school environment. Partnering with stakeholders and industries will lead to students who are ready for workforce training, which is necessary for the economic development in the county, as well as the future of our students.

Effective schools are the roots that anchor a community. It begins with you and me, and it will not happen overnight. We have to work together to implement a quality educational program that addresses the needs of all our students, teachers, administrators, and the communities in which we live. I am excited to work with our school board members, administrators, faculty, staff, and community members in our school district. Let’s make this year a year of growing our students to reach their highest potentials!
About MCSD
The Marshall County School District is composed of ten schools located throughout the county on six different campuses.

Marshall County is bordered by DeSoto and Tate Counties to the west, Lafayette County to the south, Benton County to the east and Shelby County (TN) to the North.

The Marshall County School District offers each of its K-12 students educational corridors marked with positive and stringent opportunities to ensure their success after graduation.

To learn more about the MCSD's individual schools, just click on the "Schools" tab at the top of this page and then select the school site that you wish to visit.

The Parent-Student Handbook provides much of the essential information needed for a successful school experience for students and parents. The handbook can be viewed/printed by clicking on the "Parents" tab on the district's home page and selecting "Student Parent Handbook".

We hope you, as a parent or student, find this web-site beneficial and welcome any comments you may have that would enhance the site.
MCSD Technology and Maintenance Help Desk
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