The text of this evening's robo-call -- April 14, 2015

Hello Marshall families,

We've got a number of important updates for you this evening, so please stay on the line to find out all about what's happening at Marshall School.

We hope you're planning to attend our annual PTO-sponsored School Carnival on Wednesday April 29th from 5:30-6:30.  This fun event is a an important fundraiser for teachers and games and interactive activities will be hosted in many of their classrooms that night. The PTO will also be on hand selling hot-dogs and drinks, too.  We hope to see you there.

I'd like to ask you personally to please take a few minutes to visit our school blog: www.marshallmagnetschool.com, to complete our annual parent satisfaction survey.  We sincerely want to hear from you about how we're doing at Marshall Magnet School, what we're doing right as well as what we might improve on in the future.  Links to both English and Spanish versions of the survey are available on our website.  Thanks for taking time to complete this survey for us.

Finally, please don't forget: state-mandated standardized testing season has officially begun at Marshall for all of our third, fourth, and fifth graders.  Testing sessions will take place during the school day at various points over the course of the next three weeks.  At Marshall, we like to imagine testing season is GAME DAY, the point-in-time we have been training and practicing for all year... our best chance to shine, and show what we know!  Each student at Marshall has been provided with handouts and flyers indicating when their specific testing sessions will occur during the month of April. We appreciate you making every effort to have your healthy, well-rested, and well-fed child in school on their testing dates in order to avoid the need to have them make-up their tests at a later date. If you have questions about testing, testing dates and/or testing times, please contact the school office or your child's teacher.  We'll be happy to fill you in on the details.

Thanks for listening everybody.  As always, if you missed any portion of this message, the text is available on our Facebook page and on the school blog: www.marshallmagentschool.com.

Goodbye.

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