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District, Little Giants Preschool, Allen Elementary School, Frances Slocum Elementary School, Kendall Elementary School, Riverview Elementary School, Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School, McCulloch Junior High School, Marion High School
Published: 10/9/2019

Marion Unified Sports is selling peeler cards with discount coupons for area restaurants. The cards are $10 each, but have more than $200 savings!

You can help cover the cost of supplies, transportation, and apparel for our Unified teams by purchasing a card or helping to sell cards.

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District, Marion High School, Marion Regional Career Center
Published: 10/9/2019

The Vopro Expo presented by Marion High School and Marion Regional Career Center aims to link students with careers in the Marion and Grant County area and to help them plan ahead for education in high school and beyond, certifications or apprenticeships, etc. 

Vopro Expo, set for 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 17 at MHS's Bill Green Arena aims to help our students understand they can have a great career right here in Marion and Grant County, and that they can step toward those careers right now at MHS and MRCC.

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District, Marion High School
Published: 10/9/2019

The Army JROTC program from Marion High School sent their Raider Team to Anderson Saturday to battle against seven Navy JROTC programs from across the state. All the teams faced a series of physically challenging events that required problem solving and teamwork. But at the end of the day, Marion’s Army JROTC was standing victoriously on the high ground while the Navy units were left sinking on the shoals.

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District, Little Giants Preschool, Allen Elementary School, Frances Slocum Elementary School, Kendall Elementary School, Riverview Elementary School, Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School, McCulloch Junior High School, Marion High School, Marion Regional Career Center
Published: 10/8/2019

MCS holiday card contest 2019

Marion Community Schools is seeking artwork for its annual holiday cards. This competition is open to all Marion Community Schools students (including Marion Regional Career Center). Winning artists receive a $75 Walmart gift card!

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District, Little Giants Preschool, Allen Elementary School, Frances Slocum Elementary School, Kendall Elementary School, Riverview Elementary School, Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School, McCulloch Junior High School, Marion High School, Marion Regional Career Center
Published: 10/4/2019

There will be a free dental and vision clinic at McCulloch Junior High School, 3528 S. Washington St., on Sunday, Oct. 6, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (This is sponsored by an outside source, but we are providing the location for them to hold the event.) It is a walk-in clinic provided by licensed professionals for anyone wanting a free vision exam or dental care. They will also have glasses available for $10 pair if you choose from their frames. No ID or insurance verification is required.

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District, Little Giants Preschool, Allen Elementary School, Frances Slocum Elementary School, Kendall Elementary School, Riverview Elementary School, Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School, McCulloch Junior High School, Marion High School
Published: 9/30/2019

Marion High School’s state-of-the-art planetarium will put on a special show that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first human steps on the moon, which happened in the summer of 1969. Come learn about the history of humans and space travel — and the milestone that astronaut Neil Armstrong called “one giant leap for mankind”.

The public is invited to MHS for “To Go to the Moon and Back Safely”. The show will last approximately one hour. Showings will be as follows:

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District, Little Giants Preschool, Allen Elementary School, Frances Slocum Elementary School, Kendall Elementary School, Riverview Elementary School, Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School
Published: 9/26/2019

Calling all area families: YOU are invited to the annual Fall Fest hosted by Early Head Start of Carey Services and Little Giants Preschool - Head Start!

Join us for this fun festival that focuses on health and safety. The event will last from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019, at the Grant County Family YMCA, 123 Sutter Way, Marion. It is open to all families in Grant and Blackford counties with children ages 0 to 12, and it is FREE!

Some of the features of the Fall Fest include

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District, Marion High School
Published: 9/26/2019

On Friday, Oct. 11, the Marion High School JROTC Giant Battalion will face physical and mental challenges at Marion’s Matter Park.

Nearly 160 cadets are expected to participate in competitive field day events hosted by representatives from the Marion Police and Fire departments, Grant County Sheriff’s Department, Ball State University ROTC, along with recruiters from the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps, and the Indiana National Guard.

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District, Little Giants Preschool, Allen Elementary School, Frances Slocum Elementary School, Kendall Elementary School, Riverview Elementary School, Justice Thurgood Marshall Intermediate School, McCulloch Junior High School, Marion High School
Published: 9/24/2019

The Marching Giants invite you to view their 2019 field show for free right here at Marion High School!

The 2019 show is “Spirits of the Past” — an ode to the storied history of the Marion Marching Giants, and the tradition of Marion Giant Pride that is as strong as ever today!

The free community performance is set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, at Marion High School’s Dick Lootens Stadium. The Marching Giants would like to invite all Marion Community families, staff, and the entire community to come out and enjoy the show!

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District, Marion High School
Published: 9/17/2019

A Marion High School student has been named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist, a prestigious designation earned only by about 1 percent of the 1.5 million students who apply each year. Two others earned the designation of "Commended Students" — a designation earned by only about 2 percent of applicants.