Marshall Elementary School

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More about this school

  • School Type

    Elementary School (K, 1-5)
  • Estimated Enrollment

  • Principal

    • Peter Avila
  • Hours

    Mo - Tu: 8:40 am-2:55 pm
    We: 8:40 am-1:40 pm
    Th - Fr: 8:40 am-2:55 pm

    Supervision on yard begins at 8:20 AM. Breakfast Club starts at 7:30. If interested in signing up for Breakfast Club, please see Parent Resources Page for more information.

  • School Tour

    Will update in Fall 2021.

  • Uniforms Policy

    For the 2021-2022 School Year, Uniforms will be optional. If parents choose to wear a uniform it is: White Shirts, Navy Blue pants, skirts, or jumpers with Navy Blue Sweaters.
  • This School Feeds Into

  • Neighborhood

  • Transportation

    16th/Mission Bart Station Muni #22, #14, #48, #12, #78
  • School Meals

    Breakfast, Lunch

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  • School Code

  • About Marshall Elementary School

    Marshall Elementary School is a small community school dedicated to providing a rigorous core curriculum in a positive learning environment. We are full K-5 Spanish Two-Way Immersion program. Our program provides native English speakers and native Spanish speakers the opportunity to become bilingual and biliterate, with the goal that students will be at grade level in both languages by the end of 5th grade. Our academic focus is on English and Spanish language development, as well as science and literacy. Acknowledging the importance that science will play in the 21st Century, Marshall has dedicated itself to become a Science Focus school. Students participate in environmental education opportunities, attend Mission Science Workshops, and participate in Oceans Month activities. Additionally, Marshall was awarded a grant that will bring 21st Century project-based learning opportunities into the classroom.

    Students at Marshall Elementary School are high-achieving, joyful learners—and we actively engage them in the learning process. At Marshall, we believe in allocating resources according to individual needs. We aim to ensure that all community voices are heard, to hold students to high expectations, and to showcase and celebrate student work. We welcome and value parent, teacher, and community input to make collaborative decisions to increase student achievement and promote joyful learning. Our vibrant and growing Parent Teacher Association provides financial funding to support many academic programs.

  • Before School Programs

    Morning Homework Club from 7:30-8:15 a.m.
  • After School Programs

    Mission Graduates, no cost for students who qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch. Implementing for 2015-2016 sliding scale fee for families who do not meet free/reduced lunch criteria. Gr. 1-5: 2:55-6pm (M-Th), 2:55-5pm (F), K: 2:55-5pm. CYO offsite bus pick up at school-fee based. Columbia Park Boys and Girls Club pick up at site, walk students to program.
  • Language Programs

    • Spanish Dual Language Immersion
  • Special Education Programs

    • Resource Specialist Program Services
  • School Day Academic Enrichment

    • Computer carts
    • Education Outside
    • English literacy interventionist
    • Mission Science Workshop program
    • Spanish literacy interventionist
    • STEAM (science; technology; engineering; arts; mathematics)
    • Technology teacher
  • Arts Enrichment

    • Music program
    • Theater
    • Visual arts
    Visual Art for all grades. Music for grades 3-5. LEAP ARTS in grades K-5 (Theatre Arts, African Drumming).
  • Student Support Programs

    • Family liaison
    • Instructional coach
    • On-site nurse
    • Social worker
    • Speech pathologist
    • Student adviser
School Data
  • School Accountability Report Card (SARC)

    School Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) are required by state law and are intended to provide families with important information.

  • School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

    School communities gather twice a year to review data and previous actions in order to intentionally plan for the coming months. The School Plan for Student Achievement is the template on which this review and stakeholder engagement process is codified.

  • Social-Emotional and Culture Climate Report

    SFUSD annually surveys families and school staff on a range of school climate indicators that have been found to predict positive student academic achievement. The social-emotional learning of students in grades 4-12 is also assessed.

  • 2018-2019 Marshall ES School Accountability Highlights

    Published annually by SFUSD to provide access to key data points and three-year trends related to student achievement and school culture-climate. The highlights are available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Arabic, Filipino, and Vietnamese.
  • 2018-2020 Balanced Scorecard (BSC)

    A two-year plan each school creates with families, students and community members that details the school's goals and priorities.
Contact Info

Marshall Elementary School

Grades K-5

1575 15th Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

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8:35 a.m. - 2:55 p.m. (Mon, Wed-Fri) 8:35-1:40 PM