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District, Marion High School
Published: 8/31/2020

The Marion High School JROTC cadets will host a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony at 8 a.m. Friday, Sept. 11, at the flagpole in front of the school.

This ceremony, planned and executed by the cadets, is designed to remember and honor those victims of the terrorist attacks on that dreadful day.

Dr. Brad Lindsay, Superintendent of Marion Community Schools, will be the guest speaker.

The ceremony is open to the public; we ask that participants use social distancing.

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Published: 8/28/2020

We know that knowledge and skills in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) are an essential part of our global future. At Marion Community Schools, we are committed to providing all students with the opportunity grow in these exciting subjects! 

Check out some STEM highlights at Marion Community Schools:
 

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Published: 8/27/2020

Marion Community Schools was informed today, Aug. 27, that a staff member who was last at Kendall Elementary School on Thursday, Aug. 20, has tested positive for COVID-19.  

There were no school-related close contacts identified, so no further quarantines were required.

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Published: 8/25/2020

Marion Community Schools was informed today, Aug. 25, that a staff member who was last on one of our school buses on Thursday, Aug. 20, has tested positive for COVID-19.  

In connection with this positive test, one student was determined to be a school-related close contact and was informed and instructed to quarantine. (Click here for current COVID-19 quarantine information.)

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Published: 8/25/2020

The state of Indiana has awarded Marion Community Schools with a $1.1 million grant to increase students’ Internet access for e-learning. The grant rewards an innovative, creative, and collaborative plan that will help build a better future for the people of our community.

With the opportunities that remote learning makes possible, Marion Community Schools believes it is urgent that all of our students have access to devices, connectivity, and support. This grant will help us provide these essentials at both a school and community level. 

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District, Marion High School, Marion Regional Career Center
Published: 8/25/2020

Inside Indiana Business has put Marion Regional Career Center back in the spotlight, this time for our recent announcement that we have been selected to be an Amazon Future Engineer school.

>> Click here to read the full press release about this latest feature of our IT Academy

>> Click here to see IIB's article 

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District, Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School
Published: 8/22/2020

Marion Community Schools was informed today, Aug. 22, that one student who was last on campus Tuesday, Aug. 18, at Justice Intermediate School has tested positive for COVID-19.  

In connection with this positive test, 5 other students were determined to be a school-related close contact of the student and are being informed and instructed to quarantine. (Click here for current COVID-19 quarantine information.)

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District, Marion High School
Published: 8/20/2020

Marion Community Schools was informed today, Aug. 20, that one student who was on campus after school on Monday, Aug. 17, at Marion High School has tested positive for COVID-19.  

In connection with this positive test, 18 other students and two Marion Community Schools employees were determined to be a school-related close contact of the student and have been informed and instructed to quarantine. (Click here for current COVID-19 quarantine information.)

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District, Marion High School, Marion Regional Career Center
Published: 8/20/2020

Marion Regional Career Center is pleased to announce that we have been selected as an Amazon Future Engineer school — a partnership between Amazon and Edhesive to improve access to computer science education in communities currently underrepresented in the technology field.

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District
Published: 8/20/2020

The state of Indiana has awarded Marion Community Schools with a $1.1 million grant to increase students’ Internet access for e-learning. The grant rewards an innovative, creative, and collaborative plan that will help build a better future for the people of our community.

With the opportunities that remote learning makes possible, Marion Community Schools believes it is urgent that all of our students have access to devices, connectivity, and support. This grant will help us provide these essentials at both a school and community level.