PALS (Peer Assistance and Leadership) is a national organization that sponsors a leadership and mentoring program. PAL is a Texas Education Agency approved course (as well as a club/organization).Peer Assistance and Leadership, is a program for juniors and seniors that demonstrate leadership abilities, and focuses on building areas in active listening , and communication skills. Any student wishing to become a PAL during the next school year of 2019-2020, must apply and undergo a interviewing process in the Spring of 2019.
Once a student is accepted into the PAL program, they must participate in training exercises that promotes team building and mentoring skills. All PALs will serve as a mentor for our feeder pattern schools including: E.A. Jones Elementary, Lantern Lane Elementary, Glover Elementary, Hunters Glen Elementary and Armstrong Elementary.
An elective for juniors and seniors at Marshall High School. An application must be completed and an interview will be conducted during the spring semester of your sophomore or junior year. A selection committee will help choose PALS students for MHS.
***Applications for the 2018-2019 school year are now CLOSED.