iNOW-Student Management System. Click the icon. Password protected.

Access to your employee benefits — Click the icon above.

Access to the Easy IEP logon for Marshall County– Click the icon. Password protected.

Educational videos for curriculum integration. Password protected.

CILC is the site for registering for video conferencing and distance learning.

A+ Software link

Marshall Education Foundation

Tools and resources at the Tennessee Curriculum Center

The Tennessee Educator Acceleration Model (TEAM) site offers tools, resources, and updates.

Updates and changes to the new standards initiative are shared.

Early Warning Data System Password Protected. Link to training materials.

Lunch program payment.

Click on icon  to find more about the proposed licensure changes.

District GAFE site.

Click here to learn more about our community.

District communications site. Password protected.

Curriculum site for instruction and remediation. Password protected

Resources for planning for college and technical schools.

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Homework Hotline, which offers free tutoring via telephone to Tennessee students, is up and running for the new school year.    Call 1-888-868-5777 for help in math, language arts, reading, science and social studies.

Quick   LINKS

Parent portal to see their child’s grades and attendance.

Thousands of digital resources

Build Assessments

Remote Desktop Connection Tool

Parents who wish to homeschool, click here for info.

Back to School-Helping Keep Students Attendance Up—School has started and it is time to think about how to improve your child’s attendance. Click the link above. Also, go to KidCentral for more resources.

Marshall County Schools has contracted with Interquest Detection Canines to provide trained detection canines to conduct random unannounced inspections of all campus locations in the county. They are trained to detect illicit drugs, prescription pills, alcohol and firearms. Campus buildings, parking lots and grounds will be randomly inspected. The canines are non-aggressive. The district is taking every reasonable precaution to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment for all concerned


MCHS art students are working on their temporary murals. Art and other fine arts classes are an integral part of any academic program. –photo by Kelsey Whaley

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