Three Marion High School musicians, three McCulloch Junior High School singers, and four Justice Intermediate School singers have been selected to perform in prestigious all-state honor ensembles at the Indiana Music Educators Association’s upcoming annual conference.
Marion Community Schools was informed Nov. 30 that a student who was last at Riverview Elementary School on Monday, Nov. 29, has been diagnosed as COVID-19 positive. In connection with this case, 1 student was identified as a school related close contact and was informed and provided with quarantine and symptom monitoring instructions.
Marion High School Director of Bands Joshua Huff has been named the Outstanding High School Educator of the Year by the Indiana Music Education Association.
The Outstanding Indiana Music Educator Award recognizes educators who have exemplified outstanding achievement in the field of music education, with a record of excellence over multiple years of teaching and contributions to students as well as the music education profession.
A Marion Community Schools bus was involved in a two-vehicle crash late Wednesday afternoon on Lagro Road, when an oncoming car struck it near a blind curve in the road.
There were no significant injuries, but paramedics provided precautionary exams on scene for the 10 students and 2 staff involved (the driver and an aide), as well as the car’s driver.
The bus, No. 34, was carrying students from Justice Intermediate School, McCulloch Junior High School, and Marion High School.
The Marion Giants E-sports varsity and junior varsity Rocket League teams have made it to the state playoffs once again!
Our JV team will take on Logansport High School, and our varsity team will take on Mooresville High School. The action will be broadcast live from the Afena Federal Credit Union E-Sports Arena here at Marion High School starting at 4:30 p.m. today, Nov. 30.
Good luck, Giants!
Marion Community Schools Board of School Trustees invites letters of interest from individuals to serve on the Marion Public Library Board of Trustees. The appointment is from Jan. 1, 2022, to Dec. 31, 2025.
It's that time of year again: The Marion Community Schools annual holiday cards are now available to order!
On Tuesday, the School Board approved a three-year contract for Superintendent Keith Burke.
Burke was previously named Interim Superintendent on Aug. 10, and over the next several weeks the Marion Community Schools Board of School Trustees considered all options, ultimately deciding to remove the interim status and move forward with Burke in the lead, overseeing all operations and programming at Marion Community Schools.
Marion Community Schools was informed that a student who was last at Justice Intermediate School on Monday, Nov. 22, has been diagnosed as COVID-19 positive. In connection with this case, 12 students were identified as school related close contacts and were informed and provided with quarantine and symptom monitoring instructions
Here’s a look at the schedule for special winter and holiday programs around the district.