Marshall Public Schools wrapped up its six weeks of summer school on July 22, with offerings for students as young as three all the way through high school seniors. This year, over 620 students participated and took courses including Financial Literacy, Drumming, Piano, Lets Get on Stage, ESPORTS, Life on a Farm, Quick and Easy-Healthy Cooking, Getting Ready for 4K, and Transition to 3rd Grade. Students and families were also able to take advantage of free bussing transportation along with enjoying free breakfast and lunch for anyone up to 18 years of age at the ELC and Elementary Schools.
"Marshall is proud of the 35 Teachers and 20 support staff members that made the past 6 weeks a summer to remember engaging in leading, learning, and of course laughter and fun!" Summer School Coordinator Rich Peters wrote in an email.
Southern Wisconsin Regional Education Reporter
Lauren was born and raised in Burlington, Wis. before attending UW-Madison and earning her bachelor's degree in journalism and a certificate in photography. Now, she covers the Cambridge, Deerfield, McFarland and Monona Grove School Districts.