The Dorothy Goddard Capman Poetry Award is awarded to Marshall area Middle School students. Each contestant may submit up to three (3) entries.
The Don & Ruth Chadderdon Music Scholarship is awarded to Marshall High School instrumental music students, during high school or after graduation, seeking a career in teaching or performance, for music camps, seminars or summer programs in instrumental music, such as but not limited to the Interlochen Music Camp.
The Phillip R. Clissold Vocal Music scholarship provides awards to Marshall Public School choir students wishing to attend a Summer Vocal Music Camp/Seminar. Western Michigan University or Wolverine Camps are preferred but others will be considered.
The Jacob Dannenberg Education Enrichment Scholarship provides support to Elementary School Educators seeking to enhance the existing curriculum with: Necessary classroom/additional materials; Student participation in special field trips to exceptional exhibits or involvement in other educationally sound experiences; Guest faculty/speakers.
Tom and Lucy Franke Education Enrichment Scholarship was established for Educators seeking to enhance the existing curriculum with: Creation of special units in Science, Math, the Arts; Necessary classroom/additional materials; Students participation in special field trips to exceptional exhibits or involvement in other educationally sound experiences; Guest faculty/speakers.
The Tom & Lucy Franke Education Enrichment Scholarship for provides support to Marshall Public School students wishing to participate in enrichment programs such as: Seminars; Fine Arts, Math and Science Camps; Regional, National or International travel for educational purposes and other enrichment opportunities. The maximum scholarship award is $500.00 per recipient.
A scholarship awarded to a student in Marshall, Olivet or the surrounding area, during school or upon graduation, seeking a degree in Performing Arts or for additional enrichment opportunities in performing arts. Applicants must demonstrate financial need. GPA is not a qualifying factor; however, transcripts and test scores are required. Students who receive this scholarship
The Hayes-Washburn Fund for the Visual Arts is for Marshall Public Schools educators seeking support for programs, such as, visiting artists, visiting art exhibits, tours to art institutes and centers, scholarships for classes at art centers and purchasing supplies for enrichment classes.
The Marshall Music Fund is for Educators in the Marshall Public Schools seeking to enhance Music Programs for 5th through 12th grade. All music fields, including instrumental and vocal, are eligible to apply. Funding supports programming up to one year. Grants awarded to educators will vary with the program relative to the educators’ proposals, the
The Karen M. Nickels Equestrian Fund supports the activities of the Marshall Public Schools Equestrian Club, primarily but not necessarily limited to, expenses incurred by the team when participating in the regional or stare equestrian competition or for the purchase of and or the construction or improvement of team buildings, equipment or facilities. It is
The Karen M. Nickels Memorial Fund is for Marshall Public Schools educators seeking support for the needs of Special Education elementary students, particularly those students at Walters Elementary School. The fund shall be utilized to supplement the annual budgeted allocation for special education student’s needs, particularly outdoor playground equipment, indoor exercise and gymnasium facilities and