Just a reminder the annual FFA plant sale starts today, 5/10/23, at 3:30 First come first served, Cash or Checks only please.
29 days ago, MSD
Join us for our first performance on May 17 at 6:30pm in the Cafeteria. Marsing Middle School Theatre's first performance!
about 1 month ago, Brian Marshall
Frumpled Fairy Tales
National Honor Society Induction and Officer Induction
about 2 months ago, Brian Marshall
New inductees
New and old inductees
Outgoing officers
New and old officers
2023-24 NHS Officers
If you missed the Marsing Secondary Band and Choir Concert, you missed a great event; however, you can watch the video of the performance. Order of Performance: Marsing Beginning Band Marsing MS & HS Choirs (combined) https://drive.google.com/file/d/16TX_QFOWF-LHGy8v26P2J8oLzfm5g8IX/view?usp=share_link
about 2 months ago, Brian Marshall
Dear Marsing Middle School Parents, As we started this school year, we adjusted our phone policy from previous years by not allowing students to use their phones between 7:30 and 3:22 except during lunch and recess. We have seen a decrease in classroom distractions due to cell phones because of that change. However, we are still having issues with cell phones during the school day. NEW CHANGES TO MS PHONE POLICY Beginning on Monday, March 13, the first day of the 4th quarter, we will not allow students to have or use their cell phones between 7:30 and 3:22. Students can have and use their phone before and after school. REASONS FOR CHANGE Over the past few months, we have had more students recording other students without their knowledge or permission. While we stop that behavior when we witness it, we cannot stop every instance of recording that is probably taking place. Not allowing phones is a proactive step to avoid students recording altercations between students and posting the video online, which is a suspendable offense. Research from across the country is showing that young people are having trouble interacting with other people face-to-face because they spend so much time interacting through devices. We already have times during the day when students are actively using technology and we would like to keep their “tech time” as short as possible during school so we can help them learn to better interact with their peers. Parents can continue to contact their students by calling the school office at (208) 649-5411, ext. 397 and students will still be able to contact their parents by making calls from the office. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at (208) 649-5411, ext. 396 or by email at bmarshall@marsingschools.org. Sincerely, Brian Marshall, Principal
3 months ago, Brian Marshall
Snow Day! No School today 3/1/23.
3 months ago, MSD
No School
A friendly reminder there will be no Afterschool Academies (Afterschool Program) March 1st or 2nd. due to Parent Teacher Conferences. Afterschool Academies will resume the regular schedule on March 6th. Un recordatorio, no habrá academias después de la escuela el 1 o 2 de marzo. debido a las conferencias de padres y maestros. Las academias después de la escuela reanudarán el horario regular el 6 de marzo.
4 months ago, MSD
Our middle school students wrote notes of encouragement to each other. Working on showing kindness!
4 months ago, Brian Marshall
positive friends tree
Marsing Parents, As the secondary school began this morning, a fire alarm was activated, and everyone evacuated the building. There was no fire, and everyone was safe. The issue resulted from loose balloons from last week’s basketball game that covered a fire detection sensor and initiated the evacuation notice. Students were outside of the building for about 10 minutes, and once the building was determined to be safe, all students reentered the building and started their day. Norm Stewart Superintendent Marsing Joint School District #363 Padres, Cuando la escuela secundaria comenzó esta mañana, se activó una alarma de incendio y todos evacuaron el edificio. No hubo fuego, y todos estaban a salvo. El problema se debió a globos sueltos del juego de baloncesto de la semana pasada que cubrieron un sensor de detección de incendios e iniciaron el aviso de evacuación. Los estudiantes estuvieron fuera del edificio durante unos 10 minutos, y una vez que se determinó que el edificio era seguro, todos los estudiantes volvieron a entrar al edificio y comenzaron su día. Norm Stewart Superintendent Marsing Joint School District #363
4 months ago, MSD
If your student needs to replace a lost or damaged bus ID please go to the District Office, located in the HUB. Once the fee is paid a new card will be issued. Thank you for your patience as we work though this process.
5 months ago, MSD
Our phone lines are temporarily down. Please email the school secretaries with any questions or absences. Elementary School: amalmberg@marsingschools.org Middle School: ldines@marsingschools.org High School: lfloyd@marsingschools.org
5 months ago, MSD
Phones are currently down
Lady Huskies defeat Payette 26-22!!! Awesome night for girls’ basketball.
7 months ago, Brian Marshall
Lady Huskies WIN!!!
JV Lady Huskies defeat Payette 39-37!
7 months ago, Brian Marshall
JV Lady Huskies Win!!!
Congratulations to our JV Lady Huskies on their victory over Melba!
7 months ago, Brian Marshall
Lady Huskies Win
Husky Basketball needs a clock operator for varsity games, adults only. Training will be provided. If you might be interested, please contact Brian at bmarshall@marsingschools.org. We're hoping to get more than one volunteer to spread out the games.
7 months ago, Brian Marshall
Clock operator needed
Marsing Athletics for the week of November 7. Go Huskies!
7 months ago, Brian Marshall
Athletics Schedule 11/7
There will be a parent meeting for middle school girls’ basketball and wrestling parents on Monday, October 31 at 5pm in the old gym. Please remember that all student athletes must have their paperwork turned in to the school before they may compete. If you have questions, please contact us at (208) 649-5411 ext 397.
7 months ago, Brian Marshall
Marsing Middle School Halloween Dress Up Day Students can wear costumes if they follow the rules: - Only Monday, October 31 - No blood, weapons, or masks - Hats are only allowed if they are clearly part of a costume If you have questions, please let us know.
8 months ago, Brian Marshall
Halloween Dress Up Day
Dear Marsing Community, Thank you to all of the people who came out to Friday night's football game and cheered on our boys, no matter the score or the officiating. We appreciate that you recognize that the field, court, mat, track, and course are all extensions of the classroom. Those adults were modeling excellent sportsmanship even with the frustration from events taking place on the field. That positive behavior demonstrates to our athletes how they need to behave in those situations. For those fans who struggle in this area, please examine your behavior before attending Marsing sporting events. Marsing Athletics stands with the NFHS to say that Enough is Enough. Fans exhibiting bad behavior will be asked to leave. Thank you for your support of our student-athletes. Go Huskies!
8 months ago, Brian Marshall
Enough is Enough
Military Appreciation tonight at the varsity football game. Veterans in uniform or with an ID attend for free. Go Huskies! 7pm kickoff
8 months ago, Brian Marshall
Military Appreciation Night