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Jones students tour Marshall Elementary

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Daija Butler, a seventh grader and a member of Marshall Elementary School's Young Women of Excellence, helps visiting fourth graders from Jones and fourth graders teacher Karen Young's class talk about the special activities and attributes of each of their schools.

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Jones Elementary School fourth graders tell Marshall fourth graders of the special activities at their school. From left: Kayla Burwell, Ti'Ona Hill, Diamond Jones, Shannon Bryant, and Chris Robinson.

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Jones Elementary School fifth grader Adam Buenavista, foreground, looks at the playground after it was pointed out to him by Marshall E.S. eighth grader and Young Men of Excellence member Devan Law, rear.

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Fifth graders from Jones Elementary School Selina Boris, left, Azaya Pope, Neena Garcia, and Adam Buenavista, look out the window to see part of the school's playground pointed out to them by Young Men of Excellence member Devan Law, an eighth grader, right.

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Brittney Sawyer, left, an eighth grader and member of Marshall Elementary School's Young Women of Excellence, left, and Devan Law, also an eighth grader and a member of Marshall Elementary School's Young Men of Excellence, are the tour guides for the visitors from Jones Elementary.

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Marshall Elementary School principal Marsha Jackisch, talks with the visiting students before their tour.

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Visiting students from Jones Elementary School watch the "Marshall News." The video program is a weekly news broadcast created by Marshall students, one of the special activities the school offers.

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Daija Butler, a seventh grader and a member of Marshall Elementary School's Young Women of Excellence, helps visiting fourth graders from Jones and fourth graders teacher Karen Youngs class.

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Marshall Elementary School students and members of the school's Young Women of Excellence, Airika Morris, left, and Daija Butler, watch the "Marshall News" with visiting students from Jones Elementary School.

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