Our Building

Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School
720 North Miller Avenue
Marion, IN 46952-3766

Phone: (765) 664-0507
Fax: (765) 651-2086

Principal Ms. Federa Smith
Email: fsmith@marion.k12.in.us

Assistant Principal Mr. Jason Draper
Email: jdraper@marion.k12.in.us

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Contact a Teacher

Parents are encouraged to contact their child’s teacher. You can call the telephone number listed above, and you can also contact teachers by email. If you need a teacher's email address, click here.

Please understand that teachers may be unable to speak with you if they have students, but will return your call or email as soon as possible.

Visit the school

You are welcome here! Parents are invited to visit the school, but here are some things to keep in mind:

Building entry: All visitors must enter the school through the main entrance on the Miller Avenue side of the building. For the safety of all children, the doors remain locked, and visitors must be buzzed in by office staff.

Visitor badges required: For the safety of all children, visitors - including parents - are required to stop at the office upon arrival to sign-in. Visitors will then be given a badge to wear. This is to let staff members see at a glance that you have checked in with the office. Parents not wearing a badge will be sent back to the office to get one, so please don’t forget to pick one up after you sign-in! (And make sure to return to the office to sign out and return the badge before you leave.)

Any parent who refuses to sign in or to wear a badge will be removed from school property.

Meeting with a teacher: Parents wanting to meet with their child’s teacher must call the office (at the phone number linked above) and set an appointment at least 24 hours in advance. This is a requirement written into the teacher’s contract that the administration is required to honor in good faith.

Class visits: Parents are welcome to come and watch their child’s class. Parents interested in this opportunity will need to contact the principal to make arrangements about observations.