Palestine ISD Superintendent Jason Marshall


Greetings to the Wildcat Nation!  The fall of the year is a gorgeous time – leaves changing colors – smokers and grills filling the air with delicious smells – and cooler temperatures.  I hope that you and your family are staying well and that you are getting to enjoy the season.


Congratulations to our LadyCat Volleyball Team for securing a playoff spot.  They have played a tough schedule this year, accomplished a lot, and are gearing up for the state playoffs.  Also, our Wildcat Football Team has played very well lately and is looking forward to a deep run in the upcoming playoffs.  Best wishes to our Cross-Country teams as they participate in next week’s district meet and look to make a strong showing in Regionals.  And, best wishes also to our Fall Team Tennis athletes.  They have already qualified for postseason play and are awaiting on a bi-district opponent.  For those of you who haven’t seen our new band uniforms, come out to Homecoming this week and take a good look at the band.  They look great (and sound great, too)!  A special thanks to our drill team and cheerleaders for continuing to support our teams this fall – with all of the Covid restrictions, the groups have maintained their focus, performed well, and shown outstanding school spirit.


As we approach the end of the 2nd six weeks, we hope students and parents have been able to settle into the school year.  No doubt, it’s a crazy year – one like we have never had!  I can’t thank you enough for your patience as we navigate these turbulent and ever-changing waters.  Please know that you can always contact your campus principal with any questions that you may have.  Even as school superintendent, I have had to contact my child’s teachers/principal several times this fall for clarification on assignments and other items.  We are here to educate, and we are here to help.  Reach out…


Go Cats!


Jason Marshall


Palestine ISD.


Lisa Edge
Superintendent's Secretary