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Teacher of the Year
Teacher of the Year
Ms. Bradley was named the 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year for Byhalia Elementary School! Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Ms. Bradley studied elementary education before joining Teach For America where she was placed at Byhalia Elementary School. Ms. Bradley says she is very lucky to teach at Byhalia Elementary school because the staff are so supportive and the students work so hard! She also appreciates those parents who go out of their way to support her in the classroom as well. In her free time, Ms. Bradley enjoys playing the violin with the Germantown Symphony Orchestra, watching Netflix, and drinking coffee at Starbucks. Last year, Ms. Bradley (along with two others teachers) began a music club where they teach students how to play instruments for free after school. Ms. Bradley says it's been a humbling experience working with such amazing students! We are so proud to have such a wonderful teacher at our school! Congrats Ms. Bradley!

Literary Fun
Literary Fun
Our librarian, Ms. Bullard, enjoys reading and loves to share that joy with students. Ms. Bullard loves dressing up to show students that reading is really fun! Using the famous song "Call Me Maybe," she has created a fun persona surrounding how wonderful reading is!
Principal's Message from Mrs. Milony Jenkins
Principal's Message from Mrs. Milony Jenkins
Greetings from Byhalia Elementary School….Where there is Brilliance in Every Student!! At BES, we celebrate the individuality of all students. We strive to challenge every student through rigorous, quality, creative instruction, and reflective practices. It is our duty to provide a safe, supportive, and positive learning environment for all students. It is our mission to meet each child where they are, in order to build a solid academic foundation and help foster the development of model citizens, eventually preparing them for success in the global community.

Mrs. Milony Jenkins,
BES Principal
BES Anonymous Bullying Form
Update on Curbside Lunch Program
To: Marshall County Schools Staff, Students, Parents, and Communities

Although this has been a very difficult decision to make, the Marshall County School District will be suspending the meal program after Tuesday, March 31 until further notice. This is in an effort to protect the health and safety of our staff, students, and communities. We will monitor the situation and as soon as we feel we can safely resume the meal service, we will do so. We will also be closing all campuses to the public until further notice. You will still be able to communicate with your child’s teachers and school staff via email and/or phone. Please continue to monitor the Marshall County School District website, and your school’s website for updates related to the instructional program.

Roy Lawson
Superintendent of Education
Marshall County Schools
COVID-19 Update
MCSD will be closed through April 17, 2020. Governor Tate Reeves has issued an executive order to do so in Mississippi public schools.
Update COVID-19 3/31/2020
The MCSD has had employee(s) test positive for the Covid-19 virus. The employee(s) have not had direct contact with any student, but employee(s) were involved in making copies and preparing materials for take home packets. The employee(s) also worked handing out lunch, but was not involved in any food preparation. At that time the employee(s) working had no symptoms of the virus and when the employee(s) did not feel well they quarantined and did not return to the school. We have closed the MCSD school sites for at least the next 14 days as a precaution. The schools are being cleaned during this time that schools will be closed.

Remember, we CANNOT share any names of individuals who may have tested positive for COVID-19. Superintendent Lawson will release a statement concerning this issue, but again, we cannot share people's private information.