Thurgood Marshall ES is a central Seattle public school serving 530 students in grades K-5.
Thurgood Marshall ES is a central Seattle public school serving 530 students in grades K-5. It offers three approaches to learning: General Education, Highly Capable Cohort (aka HCC, an accelerated learning program) and PEACE Academy (Preschool and Elementary Autism Center for Education). The building opened in 1991 as Colman ES, and was renamed for Justice Marshall in 1996. Our mascot is the Bullpup, and school color is purple.
Thank you Mr. Long for leading our assembly today in honour of Dr. Martin Luther King. Our students performed choral readings, poems, interpretations of quotes and our choir sang. It was lovely to see so many parents join us!
[01/09/17] Tomorrow, Monday, January 9, the Twice Exceptional Parent Support Group will be meeting at the Lincoln High School library in Wallingford (current home of Cascadia) at 7pm. Wyeth Jessee, Chief of Student Supports, and Teresa Swanson, NW Regional Special Education Supervisor, will join the group for an evening of discussion about the needs of children with dual exceptionalities and how we can go about addressing them in our schools. All are welcome to attend.
Be sure your child dresses warmly this week- it's going to be a cold one! Our students play outside every day except in cases of heavy precipitation.
[01/03/17] Happy New Year Thurgood Marshall Families! We will see you back at school tomorrow - Tuesday, January 3, 2017!
Our 5th Grade Philosophy Program was featured in The Seattle Times. Here is a link to the article: http://www.seattletimes.com/education-lab/uw-philosophers-explore-racial-inequity-with-young-students-who-are-living-it/
seattletimes.com A long-running philosophers in schools program has focused on racial inequity and social justice issues at a campus with clear divisions between race and class.
100% participation in PJ Day from our 1st Grade Teachers!
Two important events at our school:
The new Thurgood Marshall Black Families Support Group will have their first meeting Wednesday night from 6:30-8:00 in the library. Come share your thoughts about how we can improve education for our minority students at TM.
Also - TMagination Math and Engineering Night is 5:30-7 PM in the cafeteria on Thursday night. Activities and Pizza Potluck for all ages!
Our students entries for the PTA Reflections Art Contest can be seen at Seattle Center's Armory building, on display throughout winter break. You can also see them here: http://seattlereflections.com/ Check out the amazing work of our talented artists!
seattlereflections.com Reflections is a national PTA program that encourages students to create art. In its 40-year history, millions of children and youth have participated. Students first compete locally, with winners advancing to state and national competitions.
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