Parent Student Connectors
MARSHALL PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Tina Quinones (spanish)
Jesus Reyes (spanish)
Fartun Ali ( somali)
Hsa Mu (Karen)
The Minority Advocate Program's primary Mission is to work with students in the Marshall Public Schools, in order to promote healthy personal and social development, build resilience, encourage active community involvement and increase self-worth.
The Minority Advocate started in 1998 opening doors to new families and others here in the Marshall community under Community Services. The Minority Advocate has worked with Cultures United Club in promoting the participation and involvement of parents and students Connectors in the Marshall Community and Marshall Public Schools.
During the years the Minority Advocate has worked to improve the participation and involvement of students and parents; also to provide programs, social groups in the school and the community so they can participate in projects, activities, conference, retreat and more. Below you will see some programs where you and/or your children could participate. To know about the programs click at your left side in one of them. If you need more information see the appropriate email above or call to 507 929 2673.Cultures United Club Marshall High School.