• Coaches are needed for the fall season of Let Me Run. Let Me Run is a nonprofit wellness program that inspires boys to be themselves, be active, and belong, this program is open to  4th and 5th grade boys. For more information please refer to the feature story "Let Me Run" located to the right of this announcement or by contacting Erin Romeiser or Carrie Boling at


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  • Open House


    Thursday August 23rd

    Students with last names beginning A-M: 10:00am – 11:15am

    Students with last names beginning N-Z: 11:30am – 12: 45pm


    Come join us as we get ready for an incredible year!


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  • The school office will be open during the following days and times:


    Monday – Thursday 8:00am-4:00pm



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  •  Girls on the Run Volunteer Coaches Needed for Fall 2018!!

    Girls on the Run of Union County is seeking enthusiastic and positive volunteers to inspire and empower a group of 8-15 girls this fall!

    Girls on the Run coaches help girls grow their confidence, set big goals, and work toward their dreams! You do not have to be a runner yourself to coach, just make sure you are committed to developing and celebrating our girls!

    A team of 2-3 coaches will lead the group twice a week after school for ten weeks. The season will begin the week of September 17th and end with a celebratory 5K event on December 1st. You can choose the two weekdays for practices based on what works best for your schedule!

    Learn how you can help girls at your school as a coach for the Fall 2018 season by emailing

    Visit the Girls on the Run of Union County website to learn more:



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  • Let Me Run

    Let Me Run is a nonprofit wellness program that inspires boys to be themselves, be active, and belong. With a comprehensive curriculum that applies the power of running, the program encourages boys to develop their psychological, emotional and social health, in addition to their physical health. 4th and 5th grade boys are invited to be a part of this special program

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  • Summer Reading Challenge

    Help keep your child reading this summer with the Marvin Elementary PTO’s Summer Reading Program. This is not a fundraiser, but a fun way to encourage students to read and be active over the summer months. Starting on June 10th and ending on the first day of school students will keep track of weekly reading and activity goals by coloring in squares on the game board and logging their hours each week on the reading log provided.

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  • STEM in the Media Center

    Students in grades 3-5 have been enjoying STEM activities in the media center, thanks to the genorosity of our PTO and private donors for helping to purchase furniture, ipads, a SMARTboard Interactive display, and supplies.

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