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Summer Credit Recovery
This summer, students have the opportunity to recover two high school course credits during two Credit Recovery sessions here at Marshall High School. These courses are only available to students who receive a "NM" for a course during the 2020-2021 school year. The only exception will be for middle school students who can retake Algebra 1.
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RESOURCES - School Year 2021-2022
New Students to FCPS/Marshall HS | Rising 9th Graders | Course Selection | Academic Advising
MOVING / CHANGING SCHOOLS?
Students moving OUTSIDE of the Marshall High School school boundary need to do the following:
1. Turn in all items borrowed from Marshall to the Main Office. This includes laptop, charger, textbooks, and any other materials or equipment. 2. Make arrangements to pay any student debt owed. 3. Submit form IT-110 Student's Intention for the Next School Year to Student Services.
Select here to access form IT-110.
School Year 2020-2021 - Resources for Parents and Students
Principal Messages | Attendance | Bell Schedules | Digital Resources | Schoology Resources | SIS ParentVUE | Student Forms | Student Parking | Student Registration | Student Withdrawal | Technology Support | Virtual Learning
NEW: Bell Schedule - Concurrent Learning | Student Parking | Bell Schedule - 2-Hr. Early Release
PREPARING FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR: Course Selection and Academic Advising | Rising 9th Graders
Come Back for 5 Days
Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) is reaching out to parents, encouraging them to send their children back to in-person learning this fall. Take a look at images on banners, yard signs, and social media that highlight exceptional programs available to students as FCPS returns strong.
There is now a new Emergency Broadband Benefit available to eligible households through the Federal Communications Commission. This is a temporary benefit that will help to lower the cost of internet broadband service during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more.
COVID-19 Vaccinations Available for Ages 12 and Up
As our community strives to achieve herd immunity, vaccinating children ages 12 and up is a critical step towards achieving that goal and will help to keep our schools healthy places to learn. We encourage everyone 12 years of age and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible. Many locations offer same-day appointments, and some even have walk in availability. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or another adult at all community vaccination sites.
No-Cost Meals for All FCPS Students through June 14, 2021
Grab and Go meal sites are open 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (excluding holidays). Meal Kits sites distribute each Monday from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., or until supplies are exhausted. Buses distributing meals are operating Monday through Friday. Meals will be available at no-cost Monday-Friday at all schools with in-person instruction. Specific information about meal distribution locations and bus distribution schedules are available.
Parent Technology Help Desk
The Parent Technology Help Desk will continue to support parents and students through the summer months. The number is 1-833-921-3277 (833-921-FCPS). It will be answered by staff from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Upcoming Events at George C. Marshall High School
Mental Health Resources: 24/7 Emergency Numbers
CrisisLink Regional Hotline
Dominion Hospital Emergency
Mobile Crisis Unit