Students learn history from World War II veteran and a Holocaust survivor
On the crisp, dewy morning of March 29, history students at Marshall County High School were given a unique opportunity to hear the earth-shattering stories told by a Holocaust survivor, Frances Hahn, and World War II Veteran, Jimmy Gentry. This was an opportunity for MCHS students to listen to these historical accounts and preserve these precious gems of the past...
Empowerment through art
At the beginning of the new school year, a small group of Marshall County High School’s finest and brightest seniors are chosen as art mentors for students with moderate disabilities for the entire semester. Throughout the fantastic journey of being an art mentor, these seniors earn the exceptionally wonderful opportunity to develop tolerance, patience, and teaching skills – all while making life-long friends...
Painting parking spaces
American education has always existed to prepare students for their future, which includes academic knowledge and dealing with hundreds of people surrounding the student on a daily basis. A number of people, including parents and teachers, argue that student creativity is often overlooked in the syllabus, arguing that pushing academics is hard when there is nothing to inspire the brain. ...
Stories from Monday, April 24, 2017
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