WE ARE MHS!

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Marshall High School
 1900 Maverick Drive
Marshall, TX 75670
903-927-8800
903-927-7052 (fax)
Welcome to Marshall High School, the home of the Mavericks! It is the belief and mission of every educator and adult in the Maverick Family that we will foster an encouraging learning atmosphere structured with safety, respect, and academic excellence that empowers and supports our students as they exceed their potential and become positive, productive members of our community and society.
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PARENTS: You may now manage your student's lunch payment account online! Click here for more details.

Monday, Feb. 20
Presidents Day Holiday - No School

Tuesday, Feb. 21
BREAKFAST: Chicken Biscuit; Cereal; Toast. LUNCH: Chicken Nuggets; Chicken Fried Steak; Mashed Potatoes with Gravy and Roll; Purple Hull Peas; Peaches

Wednesday, Feb. 22
BREAKFAST: Eggstravaganza; Cereal; Toast. LUNCH: Chicken Alfredo with Breadstick; Cheesy Breadsticks with Marinara; Garden Salad; Glazed Carrots; Mixed Fruit

Thursday, Feb. 23
BREAKFAST: Sausage Biscuit; Cereal; Toast. LUNCH: Chicken Fajitas; Tamales; Pinto Beans; Corn; Mandarin Oranges

Friday, Feb. 24
BREAKFAST: Pancake on a Stick; Cereal; Toast. LUNCH: Turkey and Cheese Sub; Hamburger; Oven Fries; Juice Blend; Pears




STUDENTS FIRST

Highlighting our Marshall High School students committed to excellence and making Marshall Proud and Maverick Strong!

Elvis Hernandez scored three goals and Erick Arellano and Michael Galvin added one goal apiece in the Mavs' 5-0 soccer win over Texas High! Marshall is in third place in district and looking to make a push for the playoffs. Next game is Friday at home vs. Sulphur Springs.

 • Congratulations to the Marshall Mavettes, who brought home several honors and awards at the American Dance and Drill Team Competition at Kilgore College this past Saturday!

• Lady Mavs senior Kinley Wilkins signed to play college softball at East Texas Baptist University! Congratulations to Kinley!

• Congratulations to Cosmetology's Enaiaya Davidson, Maleka Marsh and Dynasty Weathersby for qualifying for state in SKILLS USA competition!

• Mav senior football players Greg Hood and Kendrell Booty have signed to play college football at ETBU next season! Great job guys!

MAVERICK FAMILY

bill moyersHighlighting graduates and former staff of Marshall High School, their contributions and legacy to the ongoing Maverick Family!

BILL MOYERS
MHS Class of 1952
Billy Don "Bill" Moyers was a member of the Marshall High School Class of 1952. Born in Hugo, Okla., on June 5, 1934, his family moved to Marshall and Bill attended Marshall Public Schools. He began his journalism career at the age of 16 as a cub reporter at the Marshall News Messenger. He studied journalism at North Texas State -- now the University of North Texas -- and was employed as a summer intern in 1954 by then-U.S. Senator Lyndon Johnson. Moyers soon transferred to the University of Texas, where he wrote for the Daily Texan newspaper. He graduated from UT in 1956 and would also go on later to earn a Master of Divinity degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth in 1959. He served as Lyndon Johnson's top aide during LBJ's unsuccessful bid for the 1960 Democratic presidential nomination, and was appointed as associate director of public affairs for the newly created Peace Corps in 1961 by President John F. Kennedy. Later during the Johnson administration, he served as LBJ's White House press secretary from 1965-1967. Upon leaving public office, Moyers has served as publisher for Newsday and has done extensive journalistic work with CBS News, NBC News and PBS. He was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 1995.

MAVERICK STUDENTS OF THE WEEK

mavsCongratulations to our Marshall High School Maverick Students of the Week for Feb. 17, 2017!

MIRIAM TORRES
 • Grade: 10th
 • Parents: Rigobertho Torres and Graciela Loredo
 • Favorite subject: History
 • My school activities include: Yearbook
 • Hobbies/things I enjoy away from school: Reading books
 • What I like most about MHS: My teachers


GREGORY HOOD JR.
 • Grade: 12th
 • Parents: Greg Sr. and Kendra Harris
 • Favorite subject: Math
 • My activities in school include: Football; AVID; Track
 • Hobbies/things I enjoy away from school: Anything
 • What I like most about MHS: Culture
 • After graduation I’d like to become a: Coach
 • Best thing about being a Marshall Maverick: Winning

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