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Published: 1/16/2014
From wishtv.com

As winter weather caused problems on the roads, Indianapolis TV station WISH surveyed schools (including MCS) to find out how decisions are made to delay or cancel school.

>> Click here to check out their report
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Published: 1/16/2014
From the Chronicle-Tribune

At its Wednesday meeting, the Marion Community Schools board of trustees approved an interim treasurer for the first few weeks in January.
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Published: 1/16/2014
From the Chronicle-Tribune

A dozen Grant County Schools improved their scores and only seven of the 27 individual schools that received grades failed to get a “B” or above on the school accountability grades released Friday by the Indiana Department of Education.
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Published: 1/16/2014
At their first meeting of the year, members of the Marion Community Schools Board of School Trustees voted in new leaders.

Greg Kitts will serve as president of the board for 2014. He replaces outgoing President Katie Morgan, who earned praise from her fellow board members for her leadership through a tumultuous year, with the hiring a new superintendent and several other top district leaders.
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Published: 1/16/2014
Athletics events at Marion High School and McCulloch Junior High School have been canceled tonight, Thursday, Jan. 16, due to the snow and worsening road conditions.

Click here for more information on MHS events, and click here for more information on McCulloch events.
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Published: 1/16/2014
From WBAT.com

In preparation for the 2014 school year, Marion Community Schools have revamped the school board by electing a new president as well as new officers.
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Published: 1/16/2014
From the Chronicle-Tribune

Marion Community Schools is preparing to welcome a former Giant back to the board as their new Business Manager.

Chris Hoke, a 1987 Marion High School graduate, is set to take over MCS’s financial duties on Jan. 13 following Jim McWhirt’s retirement.
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Published: 1/16/2014
From the Chronicle-Tribune

The group that met in a Marion High School study room earlier this week wasn’t there to review for exams or work on a class project. The four local business people were studying pitches from budding entrepreneurs.
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Published: 1/16/2014
From the Chronicle-Tribune

This week capped off an important 10-week period for 26 young people from Grant County, as they found out whom among them would snag scholarships and other prizes at the seventh annual Spirit of Entrepreneurship Awards Banquet.
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Published: 1/16/2014
From the Chronicle-Tribune

Grant County students got an unexpected extra week added to their winter break thanks to a winter storm that brought snow, ice and frigid winds.

As the temperatures begin to rise again and the snow beings to melt, students and teachers prepare to return to their normal daily schedule.