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Leadership is a process by which a person influences others to accomplish an objective or achieve a common goal. Leaders carry out this process by applying their leadership knowledge and skills. Great leaders are developed over time through a never ending process of self-study, education, training, and overall experience.

Marshall Garden

Students gardening

Pennies for Patients

More than 14.4 million students and 10 million educators in almost 29,000 schools across the country participate in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's School & Youth Programs. Once again, through the guidance and leadership of student council, Marshall joined forces with the Pennies for Patients program. Over a three week period, Marshall teachers and staff encouraged their students to bring in any loose change and money for the cause. When it was all said and done, the Marshall family was able to donate just over $2,200. Thank you to the top five classes: Mr. Robinson with $226, Ms. Trecker with $209, Mr. Lonon with $196, Ms. Sok with $189, and Mr. Harmon with $182.

Canned Food Drive

Marshall's annual Caned Food Drive was more than a success! Student Council set a school goal, which was to break the 1500 can total from last year. Not only did we break the goal, Marshall students crushed it like an empty can. We were able to bring in 2597 cans. The canned food was donated to two local food bands in Long Beach. The top three classes this year were: Mr. Lonon's class with 335 cans, Ms. Wright's class with 313, and Mr. Harmon's art class with 287 cans. Student Council would like to thank all those amazing Marshall students and staff members that made this such a wonderful event.

Green Team

Marshall has gone "Green" as of 2013. Each day, one of the nine Student Council Green Teams go out to lunch to monitor and support the students while they dispose of their trash and recyclables. By doing this each day, Marshall has been able to go from nearly 25 large trash bags to about 4 large trash bags each day. What happened to the rest you ask? Well the rest is being recycled. Items that were not being recycled before consist of: milk cartons, juice cartons, lunch trays, plastic bags, brown lunch bags, water bottles, cans, and cardboard containers. Thank you all that continue to support the Marshall Green Team! Our Planet thanks you!

Giving Back

Student Council helped sponsor a donation drive for the SPCA of LA (Long Beach division). By rewarding students with a free dress, we were able to collect over 75 items that our local animal shelter could use for their furry friends. Thank you to all the Marshall families that made this such a tremendous success. And thank you Ms. Janssen for the terrific idea!

Happy holidays
Students with canned food
Students in superhero costumes
Students on field