Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit Workshop

MISD Teachers Attend Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit Workshop
Posted on 01/22/2018
This is the image for the news article titled MISD Teachers Attend Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit WorkshopA group of Marshall ISD teachers, along with fellow educators from other districts, met at the Marshall Public Library recently to take part in the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit Workshop sponsored by the Texas State Historical Association and the Harrison County Historical Museum.

Teachers were shown how they can involve their students in collecting oral histories that would be a part of the public presentation of the exhibit. The museum's exhibition "Hometown Teams" connects sports to local hometowns and captures the stories of local legends from their community.

The exhibit will tour various towns and cities, with a kickoff set for March 23 in Marshall.

Contact Mrs. Shirley Fletcher, MISD AVID Director and Social Studies Coordinator, at 903-927-8732 or via e-mail at fletchersa@marshallisd.com if you or your organization would like to be a part of the kickoff in March.

PHOTO: Front Row, l-r -- Becky Palmer, Harrison County Historical Museum; Katerias Hill, David Crockett Elementary; Jim Phillips, Mineola High School; Tom Speir, Harrison County Historical Commission. Back Row, l-r -- Dale Hoskins, Sam Houston Elementary; Diane Edge, Price T. Young Elementary; Mary Kiel, David Crockett Elementary; Tamira Alejandro, David Crockett Elementary; and Mary Katherine Marshall, Texas State Historical Association. Not pictured: Chance Cotton, Marshall Junior High School.