Henry L. Marsh, III Elementary School

Principal's Message

  • Principal Cook

     Welcome to Henry L. Marsh, III Elementary School.  We are the Marsh Monarchs and we want to thank you for visiting our website to learn more about our school.  School looks a little different this year with online learning, but our commitment to providing high-quality instruction, building strong relationships, and attending to the social-emotional needs of our students has stayed strong. Our Marsh Community continues to work collaboratively ensuring that our students and families have what they need to make it through these unprecedented times. 

    When the circumstances allow, we will welcome you into our beautiful new building.  In the meantime, we encourage you to partner with us in the virtual space.  Parent and community involvement is an essential component to the academic success of each and every child.   

    At Henry L. Marsh, III Elementary we hold high expectations for all students and staff.  As evidenced by our school logo we are focused on four core values: Academics, Citizenship, Monarch Pride, and Social Justice.  Our devoted staff is committed to making a difference and we are honored to serve such an amazing community of learners.  We are the Monarchs (kings and queens) and we will work to uphold the legacy of Senator Henry L. Marsh, III.

    One Team, One Dream!

    #BetterTogether!

Announcements

  • The Remind Plan 

    • Henry L. Marsh Elementary is excited to launch the Remind Plan to provide 2-way communications with families and students! 

      Remind allows teachers who choose to use text messaging to communicate with parents and students. With Remind:

      • Parents can choose how to receive messages – text, email or app. For students, texting is available for ages 13 and over.
      • It allows for safe and secure messaging that is available in multiple languages
      • It has a call feature, so teachers may use it to make calls without using their personal number.

      We're excited to make connecting with our families more engaging! Please click here for more information. 

     
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  • Internet Safety

    Start the Conversation about Internet Safety

    Our students are spending more time than ever online and they need our support to help them make good choices and stay safe! At home, parents can start the conversation and encourage children to come to them about things they see and hear online.

    For more information and resources, visit http://rpstech.org/internet-safety.html #WeAreRPS

     

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  • The Great Kindness Challenge 2021, Ms. Tillman's class

    Please click here to view the document.

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  • VDOE Resources

    VDOE Resources to Assist Families with Remote Learning

    https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/VADOE/bulletins/2af84df

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    Help Desk Frequently Asked Question

    Please click on the image below for more information on FAQs on issues with laptops, hotspots, and logging into Google or Clever accounts.  

    Help Desk Guide

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  • Ms. Battle, our professional school counselor, is excited to share her user-friendly virtual site CLICK HERE (if unable to click, please copy and paste into browser) —> https://padlet.com/nbattle2/ug4ku53a4eaw with everyone. It allows full access to many great resources and materials.

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"RPS Direct" Emails from Superintendent Kamras

  • RPS DIrect Update (PM) - March 3, 2020

    Dear #RPSStrong Family, Make sure to tune into RPS Live! tonight at 7 pm for a discussion about two powerful films – Black Boys and Pushout – focusing on concrete steps we can take support and uplift – not push out – Black students. Our guests include: Dr. Tiawana Giles, Principal, Carver Elementary School Lamont Trotter, Principal, Richmond Alternative School Riddick Parker, Assistant Principal, Armstrong High School Tiffany Patton, RPS Behavioral Specialist Congratulations to Shea Dowling, 8th grader at Albert Hill Middle School and one of two winners of Congressman McEachin’s 2nd Annual Black History Month Essay Contest! And many thanks to First Lady Pamela Northam for “stopping by” to read to our students at Mary Scott Preschool today in celebration of National Reading Month! With great appreciation, Jason (Click above to continue read more)!

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  • RPS Direct Update - March 3, 2021

    Dear #RPS Strong Family, I'm reaching out with this special RPS Direct to share the following COVID-19 positive test result/s: John Marshall High School - 1 student (not physically present this school year) Richmond Technical Center - 1 staff member (last there on 2/23) Thomas Jefferson High School - 1 student (not physically present this school year) Thomas H. Henderson Middle School - 1 student (not physically present this school year) Please reach out to your primary care provider if you have any concerns, or contact the Richmond City Health District (RCHD) by calling their COVID-19 hotline: (804) 205-3501. Please also continue to wear your mask, stay physically distant, and wash your hands. Our number one priority remains the health and safety of our students, staff, and families. Towards that end, we will continue to work in close collaboration with RCHD to ensure the well-being of the entire RPS community. If you have any questions, as always, please don't hesitate to contact me. Best, Jason

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