Each month Damien Hazel's class nominates a person in the community who goes above and beyond to help out.
Damien Hazel's Fifth grade class award the tennis team coaches from Firethorne Country Club as their heroes in the community for the month of May
Students from Damien Hazel's fifth grade class are recognized for their writing at a banquet in Raleigh.
AIG students explored the concept of using idioms and learned how different countries around the world interpret the same phrase.
Students in Stephanie Schreiber's class learn about various countries and what a typical day is like for children in these countries.
First Graders participate in a variety of activities to celebrate global day
Judith Freger's Pre-K class completed an environmental service project to teach community members what not to feed to wild birds.
Kindergartners learn about the environment while celebrating Earth Day
Kimberly McCutcheon's third grade class learns about what it means to be 'global' during Marvin elementary's global teach-in day.
May 1st through May 5th is our annual Spring book fair. Come shop the fair and support our media center program.
Does your child love to read? Does your child love to read but may have a hard time finding that ‘just right’ book? Consider having him/her join Marvin Elementary’s Battle of the Books team for the 2017-2018 school year.
The PTO Executive Board has leadership positions that need to be filled for next school year. To learn more about how PTO impacts students and families at Marvin Elementary, keep reading.
Thank you MES families and PTO for supporting our efforts to renovate the media center. With the help of the PTO and funds received from our Winter Book Fair we have raised a total of $7,729.23 to go toward the purchase of furniture for the media center.
Fifth Grade students say goodbye and thank you to AIG Reading teacher Lori Targonski.
Damien Hazel's Fifth grade class nominates Marni Menkin as their Hero In the Community for the month of February.
Marvin Elementary is thankful to have Moira Hancock as our Guidance Counselor. Read on to find out more about this important role and how it impacts our students.
Marvin Ridge middle school band directors will visit our fifth graders during music class the week of February 20th to help them become acquainted with the middle school band curriculum.
Learn how you can make an impact on student learning by supporting our Scholastic book fair. All of the funds that are earned will be directed to the media center to purchase furniture which will enable us to add a Makerspace and STEAM lab to our media program.
Fifth Grade Teacher Nicole Stefano is recognized as a National Board Certified Teacher
Damien Hazel's class nominates Laurie Rosser as Hero in the Community for the month of February
Marvin elementary will begin offering an after school enrichment program beginning Monday, March 6th
Damien Hazel's class nominates Sheila White for the Hero In Our Community Award.
Damien Hazel's class helps kids in need by purchasing school supplies for students living in impoverished areas around the world.
Damien Hazel's class nominates Frank Gramarossa for the Hero In The Community award for the month of December.
Third - Fifth grade students attended a concert performed by the Marvin Ridge Middle School band
Fifth Graders learn about force and friction through the game of hockey
Students learn about nonfiction writing by following a recipe
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Damien Hazel's Fifth Grade class learn about how members of our community help one another
Alice Dover's Third Grade Class Learns About Global Citizenship
Fourth and Fifth grade students perform at Marvin's annual music performance
Former NASA engineer, Larry Davis visits AIG students to share his experiences working for NASA's space program
Our second graders got a chance to see wildlife up close on their visit to Camp Thunderbird
Five fifth grade students from Damien Hazel's class received top honors from the 'Pick Up a Book and Read' program
Second graders in Tracey Burgess's class learn about caring for our planet.
Second and Third Graders from the Mandarin Immersion program learned some ancient Chinese calligraphy techniques.
Marvin Elementary's Odyssey of the Mind team competed at Wingate University on March 5th.
Students in Denise Kaminske's class learned about cultures from around the world
Students in Gail Russell's third grade class created snowmen dressed in traditional clothing from around the world based upon their research findings.
Students in Betsy Boler's Kindergarten classroom explore the concept of counting by 10s while celebrating the 100th Day of school
Damien Hazel's class participated in a virtual field trip to Denali National Park
AIG students engage in a literacy project that strengthens both literacy skills and friendships
First Grade students learn about various countries around the world
Kindergarteners created special projects related to winter holidays
Kindergarten through fifth grade students participated in the worldwide Hour of Code event aimed at teaching children how to write computer programs.
Marvin Elementary students raise money for the Isabella Santos Foundation
Marvin Elementary students collected 4,279 cans of food to donate to the Union County Christmas Bureau
1st and 2nd graders from the Chinese Immersion program exchange letters
Where could Marvin and Marissa be located? Try and guess by solving the clues that are given during the morning announcements.
The students in Mrs. Bisson’s first grade class have been conducting experiments that teach them about gravity, push and pull, and the amount of force needed to move an object. The class began the unit by discussing all of the items on the playground that either move by a push or a pull. They recorded the information in their science notebooks.
The Marvin Elementary Student Council Executive Board consists of 6 members. We were elected by the student body in May 2015 to represent the school. Our role as Executive members is to oversee the Student Council and run different committees such as Global, School Store, Communications, Service, Special Events, and Spirit Wear. We meet every Monday after school from 2:00-3:15 in Ms. Celotto’s room with our advisors, Ms. Celotto and Mrs. Burgess.