The Marion Community Schools Board of School Trustees has selected Mary Prows to fill the District III seat left vacant by the resignation of Chuck Griffin last month.
Marion Community Schools has made the following changes to the 2020-21 school year calendar, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic:
If you have submitted a support ticket for help with your student's regular registration through Infinite Campus, please note:
Students enrolled with us at the end of last school year ARE enrolled with us this year, and we are planning for them to be in classes with us (or online, if you have signed up for Giant Online Academy)! However, it IS still very important that you review your registration information as soon as possible. This will allow us to contact you with emergency/urgent information throughout the year.
Dozens of Marion High School students’ hard work and dedication has earned them success on the College Board’s Advanced Placement exams, a notable accomplishment in any school year, but particularly impressive in a year when their classes shifted online and they had to adapt to new distance testing protocols and systems.
The public school corporations of Grant County know that we are all in this challenging time together. We so appreciate the support of our families and our communities. And while we all enjoy the friendly rivalries on our athletic fields and beyond, we are writing to you together to emphasize that when it comes to addressing COVID-19, there is no competition. We are all committed to student and staff safety. We are all guided by the recommendations and requirements put forth by Indiana Gov.
Tonight, the Marion Community Schools Board of School Trustees approved our baseline plans for onsite and online learning for the 2020-21 school year. Please check out our Frequently Asked Questions page, which has links to the individual plans for onsite and online learning, which contain much more detail.
Marion Community Schools is pleased to welcome Robert Bannister as Director of Human Resources.
“I am excited to join a well-established team of thinkers and educators, along with the families and others who are committed to the education of our youth in Marion,” Bannister said. “I look forward to using my experience and expertise to help empower the staff, families, and students of Marion.”
Marion Community Schools Board of School Trustees is now accepting applications for a vacant seat in District 3.
Plans for an in-person graduation ceremony for the Marion High School Class of 2020 have been put on hold. Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced today that he was leaving the cap on gathering sizes at 250 through at least July 17. (It was to have lifted on July 3.)
Marion Community Schools has earned a STEM Acceleration Grant from the Indiana Department of Education.
This $75,000 grant will help provide additional and enhanced STEM opportunities for Marion students. This year, STEM programming will be expanded specifically for our middle grades students, at Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School and McCulloch Junior High School.