Are you the type of person who likes to help others? Do other students often come to you for help? Are you interested in being a tutor? Please consider this service learning opportunity to become a tutor to help others, while strengthening your own skills. If interested, please click here to fill out the application. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Kraus or Ms. Peterson.
You can now check your students lunch balance online, go to myschoolbucks.com.
You will need to Login as a new user, click on state (Wisconsin) and School District (Marshall Public Schools) and than add student. You can either use the students lunch number or date of birth. Follow the prompts through the set up. You can use this to track if your child ate and on which days. You can check the students balance or make a payment.
If your student has missed classes or you want to know upcoming project dates, click on the Class Calendars link on the menu bar to the left.
In an effort to get information out to students and families more conveniently and rapidly, we have created a Marshall High School Facebook Page. Please click the link above to visit the site and if you are a Facebook user, click "Like" and you can get announcements to come directly to you!
It is the vision of the Marshall School District to create a community committed to quality education that inspires everyone to achieve their potential as citizens and life-long learners. Marshall High School teachers are dedicated to the success of students and work to integrate technology into the curriculum to produce students that are competitive in the 21st Century. The 371 students in the high school enjoy diverse course offerings and varied co-curricular activities including all major sports, drama, forensics, Science Olympiad, math team, and more.
Marshall High School
Brian Sniff, Principal
623 Madison St.
PO Box 76
Marshall, WI 53559
fax (608) 655-3046