As we draw nearer to the end of the school year, there are still a number of things that we'd like you to be aware of. So please stay on the line for the next minute or two to find out all about what's happening at Marshall during the first few weeks of the month of May.
First of all, we hope all of our kindergarten, first, and second grade parents have made plans to attend our 16th annual Heritage Square violin performance this Thursday afternoon, May 5th, at high noon. Bring your sunscreen or your parasol and be prepared to be amazed as 300 young violists showcase all that they've learned in our one-of-a-kind, award-winning, tax-credit-supported Suzuki violin program this year.
Don't forget, there will be no school this coming Monday, May 9th. That day was reserved as a snow-day makeup day on this year's school calendar and, because it was unused, school will be dismissed all day on Monday.
Finally, we hope you already know Marshall Magnet Elementary School strives to provide the very best education possible to all of our students, each and every day. But, we'd like you to tell us how we're doing. Our annual Family Satisfaction Survey is available online in English [https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FUSD16] and in Spanish [https://es.surveymonkey.com/r/FUSD16SP]. Links to the survey, as well as the entire text of this message, are available on our Facebook and on the school blog: www.marshallmagnetschool.com.
Thanks for listening, everyone.