Primary Schools

Marshall Community Unit School District C-2 is recognized as one of the outstanding school districts in the State of Illinois. What sets Marshall schools apart?

 

  • A "technology rich" environment with an emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking.
  • Balanced, well-rounded curriculum including computer education, four years of Spanish, Tech Prep and an emphasis on reading and writing in all subjects.
  • Valuable enrichment programs in art, music, physical education and extra-curricular activities.
  • Fully equipped learning resource centers in each school.
  • Media center facilities which allow access to materials in over 800 libraries with information from the world's largest database quickly available.
  • Modern computer labs in each school where students have access to electronic encyclopedias, computer assisted instruction, computer assissted drafting, computerized accounting, information processing, desktop publishing, and telecommunications equipment.
  • Illinois Model Technology Site as designated by the Illinois State Board of Education in 1994.
  • First Illinois school district serving as its community's Internet Service Provided.
  • Mathematics courses geared for each student's success ranging from basic to advanced with pre-algebra available in 7th grade and algebra in 8th grade.
  • Enrichment activities for gifted students.
  • Social, personal and academic counseling.
  • One full time and one part-time health service professional.
  • A comprehensive drug and alcohol abuse education program K-12.
  • Special education courses and services available locally and through area cooperative programs.
  • Pre-school program for handicapped and at-risk students.
  • Program for at-risk students in reading.
  • Free bus transportaion for students living 1.5 miles frrom school.
  • Strong, active parent organizations, including PTO and many booster organizations.
  • Character education programs at all levels.
  • Good test results consistently the norm.
  • Scholarships, honors and recognition from many colleges and universities awarded to graduationg seniors each year.
  • Dedicated and well-qualified staff members who use a variety of teaching techniques.
  • Positive, caring and pleasant learning environment where students come first.
  • Full recognition by the Illinois State Board of Education.