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About Joe

Joseph Marshall, II was born in Lawrenceburg, KY to his parents, Lawrenceburg City Council Member Joe Marshall,Sr and Vanessa Marshall. Always known as a lively spirited child, he often found himself in trouble for talking too much and too often. He would attend public school throughout his entire Elementary, Middle, and High School Education. Never known as a top academic student, “Joe” as his classmates would eventually call him, was always known as a leader. From being a kickball coach in his 5th Grade classroom to being named Senior class President for the Anderson County High School class of 2003.

After graduating High School, Joe would move to Louisville in 2003 to attend The University of Louisville. During his time at UofL he met his wife LeTicia while completing his Bachelors of Arts in English at UofL. His time there would also include many leadership positions including, Resident Assistant, Conference Director, President’s Office Cardinal Host, and Orientation Staffer.

Upon graduating from UofL in 2007, Joe would go on to become a substitute teacher with JCPS, a Group Leader for the YMCA Teen Scene Summer Camp (A camp for teens with disabilities), and A Site Director for the YMCA Child Enrichment Program. It was during these years that he found his calling for working with young people.

Joe would go on to complete the JCPS ACES program before teaching at Wheatley Elementary for 4 years. After resigning from JCPS, Joe continued his career teaching at The West End Boys School in Louisville, KY.

Joe is still furthering his learning as a classroom teacher at The West End Boys School while also serving as Executive Pastor at Transitional Life Christian. He is also the father to a lively three year old, Corrina. It’s through his experience as a dad that Joe has learned the importance of nurturing the character and individuality of our children.

Joe Marshall has always engaged his community and is proud to have served in many mentorship roles over the years including…

  • FLAG FOOTBALL COACH at Noe Middle
  • BASKETBALL COACH at Wheatley Elementary and West End School
  • YOUTH COORDINATOR for the PACT IN ACTION program, a teen dating violence education initiative at the CENTER FOR WOMEN AND FAMILIES

Get HYPE!

HYPE is my 4-Point Issue Platform. I believe if we can achieve these four goals, we can continue to make JCPS a more equitable district for every student.

What does HYPE mean?

H

Honest and open systems of communication with all stakeholders (parents, students, teachers, staff, board, superintendent).

Students, Parents, Teachers, and Staff should all have open mechanisms for communication, ensuring our students get the highest quality educational experiences possible. Parents you should hear from us when your students are doing well, not just when there has been disciplinary action taken.

Y

Recruitment focus on young teacher talent. Supporting the district in all endeavors that seek to recruit, retain, and support young talented teachers. Then using my classroom experience to make suggestions that are reasonable for implementation.

As a young, yet experienced teacher myself, I know the importance of my presence in the classroom, especially when it comes to the younger generation of students. It is important that we use innovative tactics to identify, recruit, and retain high quality teachers. The children are our future, let’s give them a path to a professional career that they can be proud of.

P

Protection from state overreach and an increase in School Leader Support for Autonomy.

Providing school leaders (Principals) with the support and resources to be autonomous and deepen community engagement and collaboration.

E

Equity - ensuring that resources are being shared equally throughout Districts 1-7.

It is inequitable that some schools have more access to resources than others, as a district we have a responsibility to make sure that no matter what neighborhood you live in, our students have access to high-quality school facilities and resources.

Appointed!
Now let's retain the seat.

The general election is November 5th.

Get HYPE and vote for Joe Marshall – listed #2 on the ballot.

Where To Vote

Volunteer

There are a lot of ways you can help us volunteer: canvassing, event planning, placing yard sign on lawn, phone bank, and more. Send us a message to find out what you can do!

Thank you so much for your help, support, and encouragement as we endeavor to make JCPS a district where every student has access to a high-quality education.

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  2. This contribution is made from my own funds, and funds are not being provided to me by another person or entity for the purpose of making this contribution.
  3. I am making this contribution with my own personal credit card and not with a corporate or business credit card or a card issued to another person.
  4. I am a U.S. citizen or lawfully admitted permanent resident (i.e., green card holder).
  5. I am not employed by Jefferson County Public Schools.

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