This year, Rebecca Fenton became the first female auto technology teacher in the history of the Marshall Academy.  Fenton came to Marshall looking for a change. Before coming to Marshall, Fenton worked in the automotive industry and at Alexandria City High School for seven years.  “I taught in Prince WilliamContinue Reading

Students now have a new way to access mental health resources — and it’s free. In its new partnership with Hazel, FCPS is giving students access to the program’s free teletherapy sessions. These sessions are with licensed therapists trained to help students from kindergarten through 12th grade.  To start usingContinue Reading

With athletes breaking both school and personal records, the boys winter track season was a success. The broken records include the 4x200m team with Alexander Oliver, Christos Proctor, Gavin Sandall and Krish Bhalla. Other records were set by Sean Sanders in the 1000m and Proctor in the 55m. Track coachContinue Reading

Students share favorite and least favorite classes Freshman Rylie Morris – Best: Ceramics because I’m with my friends, and I get to make cool things. Worst: Spanish because it’s really hard. _________________________________________________________________________________ Sophomore Arjun Bhide Best: Criminal Justice because I learn about police work and crime scene investigation. Worst: GovernmentContinue Reading

There is nothing Christmassy about dashing through snow. Heck, I probably know more Mariah Carey songs than the average person. So why does the holiday spirit always show up in the shadows of a big Christmas tree? I acknowledge that the majority of this country celebrates Christmas, so naturally itContinue Reading

On the evening of Jan 10th, students in grades 8-10 and their parents gathered both virtually and in the auditorium to learn about the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma.  8th grade Kilmer student and incoming Marshall freshman Briar McNerny attended the meeting with her mother and was intimidated by the amountContinue Reading