Marshall Lane Elementary School

School News

Updated Tue, Jan 31st

Our ELAC Meeting is this Friday 2/3/23 at 8;30 in our Staff Lounge.  The agenda is as follows:

1. Welcome
2. Review/approve previous meeting minutes
3. Importance of regular attendance
4. ELPAC testing review
See you there!

Updated Wed, Jan 18th

Updated Thu, Dec 29th

The Marshall Lane PTA invites you to attend the Winter Book Fair Family Night - TONIGHT from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.  Hear stories read by teachers, staff, and author Christine Evans, enjoy hot cocoa, baked goods - and shop the book fair!  Please view the flyer for event details.  Hope to see you tonight! 

For more information, please click the attached link.

Updated Fri, Dec 23rd

Please join us in the staff lounge for our School Site Council Meeting this Tuesday 12/13/22 at 3:00pm.  The agenda is as follows:

Agenda

  1. Welcome (Pat Sieler)

  2. Report from October Meeting (Christa Levine)

    1. Review and approve meeting minutes from 10.25.2022 

  3. LCAP Update (Pat Sieler)

    1. Follow-up Items from October Mtg

    2. Carry Over Budget Ideas

    3. Arts Funding Ideas

  4. New Business (All)

Updated Fri, Dec 23rd

We have expanded the grade range for the Thursday Spanish class to TK-3rd grades:
https://cusdexpandedlearning.asapconnected.com/#CourseID=278605

We have also added a Wednesday Spanish class for TK-2nd grades:
https://cusdexpandedlearning.asapconnected.com/#CourseID=279940

Adios!!

Updated Wed, Nov 30th

If you are on campus during school hours and leave through the breezeway gate next to the office, please be mindful to close the gate behind you when you leave.   This is one more step to make sure our students stay safe!

Updated Fri, Dec 23rd

If you are on campus during school hours and leave through the breezeway gate next to the office, please be mindful to close the gate behind you when you leave.   This is one more step to make sure our students stay safe!

Updated Fri, Nov 4th

Greetings Marshall Lane Families,

Some end-of-the-month notes for you as we wrap up a spook-tacular October.
1- Halloween is coming and this year, students will have the opportunity to wear a Halloween costume to school on Monday, October 31. Participation is optional. Here are the guidelines to help your student with an appropriate choice of costume. 
     • Costumes must be worn over regular clothes so they can be taken off and        placed in student backpacks if the teachers diredt students to do so.
     • Costumes must be comfortable and appropriate for school—no blood or gore, no weapons or accessories, minimal face paint.
     • No full facial masks
     • No inflatable costumes
     • Scary clown costumes or horror-themed character costumes are not permitted.
     • Students will be responsible for making sure that all items are placed in their backpack, if they remove their costumes. Items left at school may not be retrievable in time for Halloween.
     • Regular school activities, such as PE, recess, and lunch will take place on October 31. Parents, please help your student determine if their costume is appropriate for these activities. Students will need to remove their costume and place it in their backpack if they are concerned about damaging it or being  able to participate in school activities.
2- Don't forget Pumpkin Fest takes place on October 29 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. Check your email for more information about this signature event sponsored by our PTA and the dedicated parents at Marshall Lane.
3- School Site Council will meet on Tuesday, October 25, from 3pm to 4pm in the library. Our Agenda, found also on the school website, is as follows:
       1. Welcome
           -Adoption of the Agenda
           -Review of Meeting Norms
       2. Review of the Marshall Lane LCAP
       3. Questions, Comments, Concerns
       4. Upcoming Meetings
       5. Community Comments
4- Our first English Language Advisory Committee (ELAC) meeting will take place on Friday, October 28th at 8:30 in the Staff Lounge. The agenda will be posted to our website shortly.
5- A REMINDER that when exiting campus during school hours to close the main gate behind you. Thanks for helping to insure Marshall Lane remains a safe place for kids!
Updated Thu, Oct 20th

Hi Marshall Lane families,

In response to parent concerns about ways to increase traffic safety, the district is arranging for the installation of speed bumps at the upper lot to discourage excessive speed during student drop-off and pick-up. Speed bumps are already in place in the lower lot, so adding this element of safety helps us set a consistent expectation for drivers on campus (a picture of the engineering proposal is attached). 
One thing that attached the aerial photo makes clear—and over which we have no control—is the parking set up that requires cars to back up into oncoming (or waiting) traffic when attempting to leave. It's a reminder to please exercise caution, awareness, and patience with other drivers during drop-off and pick-up. 
Thanks for your help in making sure students and families remain safe at our school.