March 27, 2017: 6:00 p.m. in the board room of the admin building
Notification of Intent to Destroy Special Education Records by the
Searcy County School District
Per State and Federal guidelines, special education and 504 records must be destroyed six years after a student leaves the special education or speech therapy program.
The records of a student enrolled in Searcy County School District that has been dismissed, graduated, dropped, or found ineligible for special education, 504, or speech therapy services during the school year 2010-2011 will be destroyed on April 7, 2017.
Parents have the right to review and request copies of their child's records before they are destroyed. The child (student) also has the right to review and request these records if he/she is eighteen years of age or older. If you wish to see/request these records, they will be available at the Searcy County School District Special Education Office until April 7, 2017 from 8:30-3:00 pm.
THESE RECORDS ARE NOT PERMANENT SCHOOL RECORDS, THEY ARE ONLY 504 or SPECIAL EDUCATION DUE PROCESS FORMS AND RECORDS.
If you have any questions or concerns about these records, you may contact the Searcy County Special Education Department at 870-448-3333 ext 4210.
Congratulations to the Marshall Elementary School garden: 2016 Overall School Garden Winner!
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Arkansas Agriculture Department and Farm Credit of Arkansas are pleased to announce the winners of the Arkansas Grown School Garden of the Year contest:
Marshall Elementary School will receive $1500, provided by Farm Credit. Governor Asa Hutchinson will present the award on December 7th at the State Capitol.
The Searcy County Educational Cooperative in conjunction with the Searcy County and Ozark Mountain School Districts are finalizing their hazard mitigation plan for submission to the Arkansas Department of Emergency Management and FEMA. The draft plan will be available for viewing to the public on November 15th, 2016 from 11:00 to 1:00 in the Searcy County School District Administration Office and from 1:30 to 3:30 in the Ozark Mountain School District Administration Office at St. Joe . It is our intention to answer any questions the public may have and solicit the input of any concerned citizens. Please review the attached plan and come by with questions or comments during the set times. (The following link will lead you to the plan for your review.)
CONGRATS TO THE MHS 2016 ENVIROTHON TEAM:
!!!!!BACK-TO-BACK STATE CHAMPS!!!!!
Marshall Team A competed in the State Envirothon Competition on November 20 & 21. They won first in oral, forestry, and soils. The team will compete in the North American Envirothon this summer in Maryland.
Pictured left to right: President of Arkansas Envirothon Sid Lowrance, team members Clay Horton, TJ McElfish, James Housley, Garrett Harris, John Taylor, and Coach Dorothy Taylor.
CONGRATS TO THE MHS CHESS TEAM: 2016 STATE CHESS CHAMPS!!!!!!!!!
BACK-TO-BACK STATE CHAMPS!!!!!!
Team members are Ash Estlinbaum, Nick Jaeger, John Taylor, Chris Jaeger, Hunter Weaver, Dylan Burnshire. Advisers are Dorothy Taylor and Randy Adkins.
Performance reports released for Arkansas public schools:
MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RECEIVES ANOTHER “A”!
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MHS ENVIROTHON TEAM---
1st in STATE COMPETITION!!!
Pictured are Adviser Dorothy Taylor, TJ McElfish, John Taylor, Clay Horton, Garrett Harris, James Housley, Sid Lowrance of the Arkansas Envirothon Committee.
The team placed 1st in both Forestry and Oral Presentation and will be traveling to Canada this summer for NATIONALS!
Congratulations and good luck!
We are happy to announce that you can now pay for your student’s meals online using EZSchoolPay. Simply follow the link above, register, then add your students by providing their first and last names, and birthdate or lunch id number.
Marshall High School ranked #2 high school in Arkansas.
Read the story from the Harrison Daily Times here:
We are pleased to announce that Marshall High School won a “High-Achieving School” OEP award for performance on the End-of-Course Biology exam. These awards are based on the OEP-created “school GPA,” calculated on the basis of the percentage of students who perform at a particular level on the Benchmark or End-of-Course exam (advanced, proficient, basic, and below basic). To learn more about how we determined the OEP award winners and to see the full list of award recipients, you can view the entire report.
CONGRATULATIONS, 2015 STATE CHESS CHAMPS!
Team members are Dylan Burnshire, Ash Estlinbaum, Nick Jaeger, Chris Jaeger, John Taylor, & Hunter Weaver.
Coaches are Randy Adkins and Dorothy Taylor.
Marshall High School:
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