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  • Super Band IV

    5th grade band students have been running and passing for touchdowns in Super Band IV this week

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  • Scoring High!

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  • Future Bulldog Day

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  • Sound Waves

    Mixing it Up in Band!

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  • Carolina's Trombone Choir

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  • Wild West Scholastic Bookfair

    Saddle Up and Read

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  • Buddy Classes

    Do you have a sister or brother?

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  • Fifteen schools receive state recognition for Positive Behavior Intervention and Support

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  • Good Morning America!

    The flag patrol at Marshville Elementary help in showing a small glimpse of dignity, honor, respect, and loyalty as the flag is raised.

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  • Everyday is a good day to read!

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  • Junior Jacket Reading Program

    Congratulations to our very first Jr. Jackets!

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  • Sounds for the Seniors

    The 5th Grade Band from Marshville Elementary School performed at Autumn Care of Marshville, Friday May 19, 2017.

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  • Cool Chords!

    Earlier this school year we had the good fortune of securing a five hundred dollar grant for our music program.

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  • Thank You Teachers!

    Thank you, a phrase loved by all.

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  • Books and Brackets

    On March 31st, our third grade students were able to enjoy an exciting pep rally at Wingate University.

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  • Beaver Broadcast

    Good Morning Marshville Elementary and welcome to the MVES Ch. 18 News!

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  • Elite Eight

    The Books and Brackets makes a sport of reading!

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  • All Star Fun

    The time had finally come! On Friday, March 9th the Marshville ball handling club ventured to Spectrum Arena (formerly Time Warner Arena) to watch the Charlotte Hornets battle the Orlando Magic.

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  • Dr. Seuss is Spectacular

    Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, students across Marshville Elementary participated in Read Across America.

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  • Thank You Aaliyah

    Fourth graders were given the opportunity to have a book come to life. We recently finished reading Ellie’s Story by W. Bruce Cameron for our Social Issues Book Club Unit. This amazing book was about a German Shepherd police Search and Rescue dog named Ellie.

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  • Cool Collaboration

    Fifth grade focuses on teamwork and collaboration. Students need to be able to work together to solve a problem. Students must also be persistent by not giving up if something is not working.

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  • Luxurious Landforms

    The 3rd graders at Marshville Elementary just wrapped up a three week unit on landforms.

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  • Our Past Lives On

    First grade just completed a unit on “Marshville Now and Then.”

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  • Marshville Elementary Government

    In 3rd grade, we have been learning about our national, state, and local government.

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  • Fun All Around

    Fifth grade is having a fantastic school year. We’ve been learning all about the Human Body Systems in Science, effective multiplication and division strategies in Math, and reading narrative texts in Reading.

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  • Wonderful Wind

    In Kindergarten, we have been learning all about the different types of weather that we can see outside.

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  • Buzzing about Books

    Marshville Elementary School welcomed the Charlotte Hornets Book Bus and Hugo’s P.L.A.Y. Book on October 21, 2016.

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  • Habitats are Heightening New Learning

    Fourth Grade is off to a great start. We are busy with all the great things we are doing in our classrooms. One project we are working on is becoming and an Expedition Guide.

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  • Future Forecasters!

    This year our Second grade classes are all learning about weather.

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  • Transitioning into Success

    Our kindergarten year has started off great! Students are already busy learning new letters and words, how to count objects in a set, and they are beginning to write sentences.

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  • Careers in our Community

    First graders have been learning about the roles of community leaders in Social Studies. We had visitors from the Town of Marshville.

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  • Thank You Teachers!

    Thank you, two of the most important words that we can tell each other. This week is Teacher Appreciation week. Teachers wear many different "hats."

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  • Inspirational Drums

    On March 16th, 2015 the 4th graders at Marshville Elementary School, along with many other 4th grade students in the county, attended the San Jose Taiko drumming event held at Wingate University in Austin Auditorium.

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  • We LOVE The Bus Drivers

    Love the Bus is an ongoing campaign by The American School Bus Council (ASBC) to raise awareness and appreciation for school bus drivers across the country. Even though the entire month of February is set aside for this designation, the actual celebrations occurred at Marshville Elementary the week of Feb. 8th through Feb. 12th.

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  • We LOVE Relay For Life

    The fourth graders at Marshville have been learning all about economics and how companies run their businesses. Students learned key vocabulary and applied the vocabulary in small business situations and made decisions based on what was best for their company to help sell their product.

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  • Second Grade Authors!

    Second grade has been working very hard on reading and writing nonfiction. The finale to the six week unit was a gallery walk through the second grade hall.

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  • Exciting Ecosystems!

    In 5th grade we have been learning all about Ecosystems in Science. We have been exploring what an ecosystem is and investigating the different types of ecosystems that are out there (both on land and in water).

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  • Awesome Habitats

    Fourth Grade is off to a great start. We are busy with all the great things we are doing in our classrooms. One project we are working on is becoming and an Expedition Guide. Our animal project is based on various animals, their habitats and their adaptation. This project blends together science, math, reading, and writing.

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  • Third Grade is Out of this World!

    Third Graders in Mrs. Sims’ room have been exploring outer space! In this Science Unit, our Third Graders took a closer look at our sun, our moon, the stars and even the other planets in our solar system!

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  • Blasting the Year Off With a Guest Reader

    The students in Mrs. Honeycutt's classroom enjoyed a wonderful surprise to begin the school year.

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  • Transitioning into Success!

    Kindergartners from last year are doing a wonderful job transitioning into first grade this year. We have had a great first week establishing routines and expectations. All six classes are working hard and doing their best.

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  • Running to Save the Earth!

    “TRASH!” Never has this word been so enthusiastically shouted before as the Girls on the Run as a unit surged forward to claim their prize on a rainy Thursday afternoon. As part of the Girls on the Run curriculum the students are asked to reflect on the meaning of the word community.

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