Parent Orientation

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 2:38 pm on Friday, September 27, 2019

May 4th-May 8th

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 3:33 pm on Monday, May 4, 2020

Well everyone, we are on the final leg of virtual learning for the official end of the school year!!! This week will be the LAST week of campus packets and Seesaw assignments!!!! On Seesaw this week you will find fun activities learning about the life cycle of plants and Mother’s Day crafts! Some important information…

*We will distribute your child’s personal belongings AND chocolate from our fundraiser on MONDAY, MAY 11th AND TUESDAY, MAY 12th.  Items will be available from 8:00-5:00 at the gym entrance (where buses drop off/pick up). Anything not picked up will be stored at the school until August for the students. 

*This is also the day you will return ANY packet work your child has completed!

*An all call and letter with more specifics will be going out soon. Please be on the look out for these things

**If you have any guided reading books laying around the house (these are the books that come home each day with your child in their book bag) PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE bring those to turn in as well – check your child’s backpack to make sure there are none hiding anywhere 😉

Please call/text me if you have ANY questions // 903-261-1023


Love, Ms. Marsh

Letters for the Class of 2020

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 5:51 pm on Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Please watch the video below for a project we need your help with! 🙂


It’s Disney Week!!!

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 2:41 am on Monday, April 27, 2020

Welcome to week 7 of at home learning!!! If you have not sent me a picture of your child holding a piece of paper with their name on it, please do so ASAP! This will serve as our class picture this year 🙂

I have seesaw updated with all our new activities for the week! It is Disney/fairy tale week so get ready to have some fun!!! I posted several STEM activities this week that I hope you will all enjoy 😀 Our first grade team of teachers really had my back this week in prepping these assignments as I was moving houses! So THANK YOU TEACHERS!

There is not a specific assignment posted for each day! Just pick what you would like to do – I wanted to give your kiddos some freedom in getting to choose their work 🙂 We have had so many more Seesaw posts recently -let’s try to have even more this week! (mainly because I love getting to see the kids’ work – I miss them so much!)

New packets are available at the school!

Remember you are in-control of your at home learning, you have options: Do what works for you!
+seesaw only
+packet only
+packet and seesaw mixture

Helpful hint: You can always pick up the packets even if you are doing seesaw only, you could use the packets to supplement learning during the summer!

Remember you can always message me if you need anything! Have a great week everyone!

Parent Input Form

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 6:01 pm on Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Parents, please click the link below to fill out the Parent Input Form for the 2020-2021 school year.

You may submit a form for each of your children.

Parent Input Form

From Our Principal Regarding Packets/Seesaw

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 4:52 pm on Friday, April 3, 2020

Parents and Guardians,

We have promised to always provide you with the most up-to-date information. We are continuously looking for ways to keep everyone’s health and safety a top priority. With that said, it has been decided that parents should keep packets at home until further notice. This alleviates the need for parents to have to leave their home in order to turn in their child’s work. Please hold on to any work your child completes as we will love to see all of it when we are back together again. We appreciate all of the support you are giving to continue the learning process for our students!


Service Project

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 5:06 pm on Monday, March 30, 2020

I am so super excited to share this service project opportunity with you!!!

Logan’s mother, Nycole Bowden, has helped me organize a service project our class can participate in. She works with geriatric patients who are confined during this period of shelter in place. If you would like to brighten these elderly people’s day, please have your student make a small poster or a card. I know they will be appreciative of anything! You can mail or drop off the cards/posters to/at Nycole’s house (6580 FM 1845, Longview, TX); or text her and make other arrangements (903-806-0796). Please note this is completely optional, but wow, what a great opportunity to spread some love and kindness!

This would be great to do during art or writing time at home!

Please feel free to share this information with any of your friends or family!

Wonderful Counseling Resources

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 5:00 pm on Monday, March 30, 2020

Mrs. McClanahan, our school counselor, has created some great resources for our kiddos while we are in shelter and place! The links are posted below if you would like to access them.

Social Emotional Learning at Home

 Talking to Kids About Coronavirus

Just Checking In!

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 6:31 pm on Sunday, March 29, 2020

Well, we are headed into week 3 of school closure. I know it has been such an adjustment for me to get used to this “new normal” and I can imagine it has for you and your kids as well! I wanted to say THANK YOU again for continuing to work with your kids at home! We, as a school district, could not do this without you! It truly takes a village to raise our kids, and think we are experiencing that first hand now. Here are a few updates:

  • New packets are ready to be picked up at the school! You can go in to pick them up during regular school hours at the Primary entrance
    • Please keep any finished work that you complete on the packets for me! The work that you complete on Seesaw automatically saves it for me so you don’t have to worry about saving that to your computer. If you have not saved the packet stuff yet that is okay just start now. This just helps us as a district to prove that we have continued learning while we are out 🙂
  • This week’s Seesaw activities have been posted! I am doing my best to make comments on each one – let your kiddo know that I am looking at these before they can be posted.
    • Our first grade teachers have worked together on these lessons to ensure that all of our kids are getting the same amazing lessons each day!
  • Remember the most important thing for your kiddo to do is to read and write each day! Everything else is a bonus. And it is OKAY if you have a day where life gets away from us and we skip learning that day!
  • I sent an email for you to be able to set up an online reading profile for your kiddo through Epic! If you need it resent, please let me know! You also have access to which is another great reading resource. If you need a suggestion on what level to start with your kiddo, let me know.
  • We will do another Zoom meeting one day this week! Be on the lookout for our meeting code
  • TEXT ME at any time with questions, comments, or pictures!!! 903-261-1023

To my kiddos, I miss you, I love you, and I am proud of you! Keep working hard and being a CHAMP at home! I hope we get to come back to school soon!

Love, Ms. Marsh

Guided Reading Leveled Readers

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 2:55 am on Tuesday, March 24, 2020

For additional guided reading books please visit this website –

USERNAME: txreview

PASSWORD: password

Once you are logged in click on Readers Workshop

Then if you scroll down on the left you can click on the reading level. If you need to know what level I would suggest, please message me! Remember, you don’t want the book to be too hard but you also don’t want the book to be too easy. If you want to work on fluency, I recommend going down one level.

In each level, you will find readers and readers theaters! HOW COOL! The computer will read the books to your kiddo BUT if you are choosing a book on their level, I would rather your kiddo read the book instead of the computer!

*Please please please keep having your kiddos read AT LEAST 20 minutes each day*

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Updated School Closure Information

Filed under: Updates/Information — Morgan Marsh at 8:36 pm on Thursday, March 19, 2020

As of today, Governor Greg Abbott announced that all schools will remain closed until April 3rd.

This gives us a tentative return date of April 6th.

Please see the letter below from Mr. Gray regarding school closure.

Updated School Closure Letter

With the extended closure, it is very important that you do as many activities and lessons at home that you can! I will continue to post these on Seesaw each week, so PLEASE log-in regularly. Your kiddo will begin to have a reading, writing, phonics, and math lesson EACH day of the week! In addition to these lessons your child still needs to be reading a minimum of 20 minutes a day! I know it is not always your kiddo’s favorite thing to do, but is so very necessary. Also, please keep in mind your kiddo does not have to do school all day long! Playing outside, doing puzzles, dance parties, movement breaks, painting, building, and all of those FUN things are also SO important!!!

Our first grade team will be working to figure out an easy way to get leveled books to you as well!

My teacher heart misses my kids more than you know! I hate that we are missing all of this time together, but I also want you all to stay as healthy as you can! Please continue to send pictures and videos!

Thank you for becoming your child’s teacher during this crazy time. If I can do anything to lower your stress level, please contact me at ANY time!

-Morgan Marsh

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