The Marshall County School District is pleased to announce that three of our schools are recognized as Reward Schools based on their closure of the achievement gap. They are Cornersville Elementary, Forrest School, and Lewisburg Middle School.

The Marshall County School District has 9 schools and 1 technology center serving over 5,300 PreK-12 grade students. All our schools are accredited by AdvancED. We also have a Virtual School which allows students to take advanced placement courses and credit recovery classes. We are located approximately 55 miles south of Nashville, Tennessee. Click here to learn more about our community.

Our mission is to maximize learning in all areas for all students. Our vision is to provide a learning environment  which will prepare every student for post-secondary education and/or career success.

Our goals are:

· Effective district and school administrators are well-prepared and able to implement changes in the curriculum and instruction that result in higher achievement  and growth levels for all groups of students.

· The district will recruit, develop and maintain diverse, effective teachers who are required to remain current with the latest developments in content knowledge and research-based strategies.

· Effective students will acquire and apply new knowledge as well as participate ethically and productively as members of the community.

· District facilities and instructional resources facilitate high levels of learning.

· Strong partnerships with stakeholders in the community, including parents, businesses, and civic leaders, will support student learning at home, school, and across the communities of Marshall County.

 

700 Jones Circle, Lewisburg, Tennessee 37091       Phone (931) 359-1581       Fax (931)270-8816

Click on the icon to find your child’s bus stop.

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Click on the icon above to access the district’s self study,

Statewide Student Management System-Click the icon. Password protected.

Access to your employee benefits — Click the icon above.

Access to the Easy IEP logon for Marshall County– Click the icon. Password protected.

Access  to the Grade Portal– Click the icon. Password protected.

Data-mining tool. Password protected.

Educational videos for curriculum integration. Password protected.

The Electronic Learning Center offers training on the new standards and Race to the Top.

CILC is the site for registering for video conferencing and distance learning.

Google search engine

Report on SACS evaluation of Marshall County Schools.

Tennessee 2013 Report Card

Site for online modules for all Marshall County Staff.

A+ Software link

New ENA Webmail

 

MEFTN.org

Marshall Education Foundation

Marshall County’s Moodle and Mahara site.

Tools and resources at the Tennessee Curriculum Center assist school districts in jump-starting curriculum initiatives and developing coordinated K-12 learning sequences.

The Tennessee Educator Acceleration Model (TEAM) site offers tools, resources, and updates.

Updates and changes to the Common Core initiative are shared.

Resources for parents, educators, and community members.

Early Warning Data System Password Protected. Link to training materials.

Lunch program payment.

MBC is a student learning management site for teachers and their classes. It is password protected.

Click on icon  to find more about the proposed licensure changes.

Teacher blog created by Tennessee Dept. of Ed.

Learn about the differentiated pay plan.

Common Core aligned lessons

Marshall County Schools is applying for a 21st CCLC grant and a LEAPS grant to offer before and after school activities for students currently enrolled in our school system. This is the grant that has funded the Building Bridges program for the past five years. If you wish to comment on the application, contact Tammy Lewis at 931-359-1581 by April 11, 2014.

Cornersville Elementary School hosted a STEM night for parents and students in April. One of the highlights of the evening was a distance learning broadcast by the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery in Ohio. The students were sent “owl pellets” which contained bones and fragments of animals the owls had digested. They picked apart the pellets and discussed what animal the bones came from.  The presenter was in Ohio and the learners were in Cornersville, Tennessee.