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School Year Information 2020-2021

School Year Information 2020-2021

Marfa ISD is excited to welcome our students and staff members back to school in September. Guidance from local, state, and federal officials and agencies have been utilized, and will continue to...

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Marfa ISD has been notified that a parent and family member of a Jr./Sr. High School student have tested positive for CoVID19. The student has not developed symptoms at this time. The student and...

Media Release for Free and Reduced-Price Meals Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)—Base Year

The Marfa Independent School District and Marfa Elementary and Marfa Jr/Sr High School announced today a change to its policy for serving meals to children served under the National School Lunch...

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Allison Scott

Marfa ISD has been notified that a parent of MISD students has tested positive for CoVID19. The students have not developed symptoms at this time. The family is in quarantine. The district is following its safety response protocol and will continue to monitor the situation. If you or your child develop symptoms, please contact your healthcare provider. For more information about symptoms, click here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html

about 4 hours ago |
Allison Scott
Allison Scott

Red Ribbon Week will be recognized Oct. 26-Oct. 30. A special program will be presented during the week, and students are encouraged to dress up during the week following the daily themes to remind us all that a drug-free life is the life to live.

Monday - Bright Future Ahead - Dress Up as Your Future Career

Tuesday - Too Bright for Drugs - Wear neon colors, hats and shades

Wednesday - Don’t Get Roped Up in Drugs! Wear western clothes

Thursday - Paint Marfa Rojo! Wear Red to show you’re drug free

Friday - Scare off Drugs! Wear Halloween costumes
Please remember - no blood, guts, violence or masks - only safety masks and VIP: Students should be able to get in and out of their costumes by themselves for bathroom breaks. If they can’t, it’s Pajama Day instead.

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3 days ago |
Allison Scott
Allison Scott

Shorthorn Football - Marfa vs. Fort Davis, Martin Field, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 23.
The following procedures are in place to safely allow spectators to attend this games. 1.) Football players & cheerleaders are eligible for 4 FREE tickets and can be picked at the high school office. 2.) General admission tickets are FREE and only 50 are available. Call (432) 729-5500 to reserve your tickets. Ticket limit is 4 per person and must be picked up by 2:00 pm Friday at administration office. 3.) Available seating areas are marked 1-48. 4). Seating will be on a first come, first serve basis. Individuals must stay within their designated seating area. 5). ENTRANCE PROCEDURES: · Marfa (HOME) spectators will PARK and ENTER / EXIT through areas designated along Gonzales Street and ENTER / EXIT through the “Tennis Court Area” and will sit on the home side of the field (WEST SIDE). · VISITORS will park on Lincoln Street and ENTER / EXIT the “M Gate” and will sit on the visitor side of the field (EAST SIDE). TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE GATE

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5 days ago |
Allison Scott
Allison Scott

Shorthorn Reminder - Face-to-face instructions begins again tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 21. 2020.

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6 days ago |
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