In 2021, federal grants acknowledged the impacts of online school and pandemic-related stress on students by investing $85 million in mental health services in schools. The funds have allowed Marshall to pursue more mental health initiatives, including an assembly Wednesday featuring motivational speaker Anne Moss Rogers. Counselor Kathleen Sokolove assistedContinue Reading

Holding a job as a student can be challenging with all the responsibilities you need to handle at once. However, being able to be part of the work field at a younger age can give you numerous benefits in the long run.  Junior Lucas Davila shares his experience working atContinue Reading

Writing is a skill that some either enjoy while others think as a chore. To English teacher Kanisha Parks, language and literature shaped her childhood from a student often getting into trouble, to an aspiring writer. “In first grade, I got in trouble a lot and actually got suspended 13Continue Reading

Every teacher has their roots, whether it be within the field they teach or not. For math teacher Aaron Kalb, his field was a baseball diamond. After a stint playing minor league baseball, Kalb coached at Raritan Valley Community College in New Jersey. “I actually went into coaching originally. IContinue Reading

Every year, the choir program performs the spring show as a big event to celebrate the hard work of the choir members. This year’s show revolves around a Disney theme.  However, timelines changed when choir teacher Kelli Pierson announced she was expecting a child in the spring.  “I still wantedContinue Reading