District Leadership purpose statement

The purpose of SCSD’s Leadership Team is to support staff in ensuring high levels of student learning. We will facilitate high levels of learning by building distributed leadership, promoting a positive school culture, providing clear communication and direction, and holding everyone accountable.

Community Service Requirements

The LEARNS Act 237 states that students must complete a minimum of 75 hours of documented community service in grades 9-12. This requirement begins with the graduating class of 2026-2027, our current 9th grade class and does not impact our current sophomores, juniors, or seniors.

Students attending Marshall High School will earn their minimum amount of community service learning hours through embedded activities during the school day.  Such activities will be offered through classroom activities, on-campus projects, RTI sessions, and possible off-campus projects.  Additionally, students have the option to bank hours as well if they receive community service learning hours through various activities with clubs or volunteer organizations.

The recommended number of community service hours for each grade level are as follows:

Students in 9th grade: 15 hours 

Students in 10th grade: 20 hours

Students in 11th grade: 20 hours

Students in 12th grade: 20 hours

Students will record their hours and reflect upon their work on a form provided by the district.  Students will also log their community service hours in their Student Success Plan, which is housed in their Google Drive.

This year’s 9th grade class will earn 15 hours of community service through participating in the Great Searcy County Clean Up on March 29, 2024, a literacy project with third-grade students, and a veterans/military troop project. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call the office.  870-448-3331

Congrats to Marshall High School!

High Overall Growth (Statewide),

High Math Growth (Statewide),

High Math Growth (Northwest region)

Congrats, Marshall High School!