Marin Elementary School

To translate this webpage into another language, please use the Google Translate bar below:

News and Announcements


3rd Grade: ENGLISH has been completed. April 24th through April 28th (MATH)
4th & 5th Grades: May 1st through May 5th (ENGLISH) and May 8th through May 12th (MATH). Thank you!
For the day-to-day routines, a few tips for parents. Students should...
■ Be at school every day. Please. Make up tests are difficult for everyone.
■ Be on time. Testing sessions are usually in the morning and often, shortly after school gets underway. Time to get settled into the classroom before testing begins each day, will help students relax.
■ Be rested and fed. Make sure that students have a good night's sleep and enough breakfast to sustain them. This is always important. Do not, however, think that your child should load up on a big breakfast for testing, when a lighter meal is their usual routine.
■ Be encouraged to do their best and relax. The best state of mind for learning and for testing is what researchers refer to as "relaxed alertness" - not stressed, not too casual – awake, but not alarmed or anxious.
Read More »


SPRING BREAK: April 10-14th is AUSD Spring Vacation Week. There will be no school during the week of April 10th, as teachers and students take a well deserved break. Have a safe and fun spring break.
Friday, April 7th, is a regular schedule day
Read More »


MOONLIGHT AUCTION -- TOMORROW NIGHT! Please join the Marin community parents, teachers, staff and friends -- for a wonderful evening to raise money for the Marin School PTA. There will be delicious food and drinks, beautiful art projects made by our children, a fun photo booth, many items to bid on including vacation homes, a sweet bike, tickets to sporting events, museums, theater, music, the list goes on and on! Please purchase your tickets at for $30/person before midnight tonight.Ticket prices at the door are $40/person. Thank you Marin! See you tomorrow night at the Albany Veterans Memorial Building at 6pm!
Read More »

A Message from the Albany African American/Black Parent Engagement Committee

March 24, 2017

Statement of Support for the Students and Families Targeted by Racist Photos Posted to Social Media

The members of the African-American/Black Parent Engagement Committee are deeply saddened and concerned by the recent racist actions at Albany High School; we extend our heartfelt support and empathy to the students and their parents of AHS that were the targets of hate and bigotry this week. Members of the AA/BPEC are parents, teachers and administrators of Albany Unified. We stand behind you and support you during this stressful time. (click for more)
Read More »