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Community Unites to Inspire Students at Marshall Fundamental School

Published on Monday, April 15, 2024 | 4:00 am

Marshall Fundamental School experienced a display of solidarity as members from all corners of the community gathered to welcome students with open arms.

Parents, community leaders, first responders, fraternities, and sororities came together to encourage students as they entered the final stretch of the academic year.

Lori Touloumian, Principal of Marshall Fundamental, expressed her excitement at the overwhelming turnout.

“We have the highest student enrollment here at Marshall, and our students are striving to be their best. I know our students and staff felt the love from the community,” Touloumian said.

Brandon Lamar said the community united to uplift and inspire the students and staff of Marshall Fundamental as they approach the culmination of the academic year with resilience and determination.

“Acknowledging the challenges faced on campus this year, Lamar emphasized the importance of collective action in addressing these challenges.

“Despite the challenges highlighted in local news, Marshall has continued to excel, a testament to the dedication and perseverance of its students. Rather than solely focusing on the issues plaguing our community, we chose to actively contribute to the solution.”

About 50 individuals representing various organizations and groups joined forces to make this event possible.

Lamar expressed gratitude to local fraternities, sororities, Harambee Ministries, the Black Male Forum, Pasadena Trustee Board Members Steve Gibson and Tammy Silver, Pasadena Young Democrats, Pasadena Fire Department, Pasadena Police Department, ANCA Pasadena Chapters, and numerous other community partners for their invaluable support.

“Our collective aspiration is for the wider community to recognize the opportunity to engage and volunteer at our campus, witnessing firsthand the potential and brilliance of our youth as they thrive and succeed,” Lamar concluded.

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