Registration for the 2019-20 school year at Marion Community Schools is now open.
Families with students who were enrolled at an MCS school last year can register their students online now, through the PowerSchool Unified Classroom.
The online registration process can be completed at any internet-connected computer (including the public stations available at Marion Public Library).
Interested in running? Curious about cross country? The 2019 Giants Cross Country Camp will introduce students to distance running, training techniques, and competition. Incoming kindergartners through 8th-graders are invited to this camp next week.
>> Click here for details from mariongiantssports.com
Marion High School tennis coach Doug Porter and the Grant County Community Tennis Association are offering tennis camp for incoming 1st- through 8th-graders next week.
Registration deadline is this Wednesday, June 5.
>> Click here for more details from mariongiantssports.com
Please plan to come during these open hours:
~ 7 to 9 a.m.
~ 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
~ 4 to 7 p.m.
Enter Door 19.
Originally posted May 28
Marion Community Schools is a Summer Food Service Program participant. Free breakfast and lunch is available to the public (to anyone 18 or younger) as follows this summer:
Meals will be available Monday through Friday, June 3 through June 14 at Allen Elementary, Frances Slocum Elementary School, Kendall Elementary, Riverview Elementary, Justice Intermediate School, and McCulloch Junior High School; meals will be available Monday through Thursday June 3 through June 20 at Marion High School.
We already know that Marion High School has some of the best college and career opportunities around, along with award winning music, athletics, competitive academic teams, and more. Marion Prep Academy will better prepare McCulloch students for success in high school and for the rest of their life!
Ascend Math is an online individualized math instructional resource that provides each student with a unique study path through skill gaps at each level. Students can progress at their own pace and track their own progress and success.
From January, when McCulloch began utilizing Ascend, to May 8, 138 students have achieved growth of one grade level, and 18 students have gained more than two grade levels.