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Published: 4/18/2018
Do YOU have a plan for your students for the summer?

Did you know that students currently in grades kindergarten through eight can sign up NOW to attend the Giant Summer Academy?

The schedule: 

The Giant Summer Academy is a free four-week program that includes breakfast and lunch, academic lessons, enrichment sessions, outdoor activities, and field trips. This year's theme is "Traveling the World". 
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Published: 4/11/2018
WHAT: MCS kindergarten roundup

WHEN: 1 p.m. or 6 p.m. Thursday, April 19, 2018

WHERE: Allen, Frances Slocum, Kendall and Riverview elementary schools

WHY: Visit your school, get information, get a head start on kindergarten registration
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Published: 4/4/2018
Originally posted April 4, 2018

Beginning on April 8, children ages 6 to 17 can participate in USA Basketball Open Court, presented by Nike, at Marion High School — for FREE!

USA Basketball Open Court provides children a safe and fun environment in which to play basketball. Children choose how to engage in the sport through free play, skill games, five-on-five, 3×3, and station options. Sessions are free to the community and are open to children of all ability levels.
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Published: 4/3/2018
Marion Community Schools parents / guardians are invited to a Title I parent involvement meeting. District policies and plans will be reviewed and discussed.

For more information, please contact the MCS Curriculum Department, 662-2546 x. 122.



Los padres / tutores de Marion Community Schools están invitados a una reunión de participación de padres de Title I. Las políticas y planes del distrito serán revisados y discutidos.

Para obtener más información, comuníquese con el Departamento de Currículo de MCS, 662-2546 x. 122.

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Published: 3/23/2018
NOTE: The Marion Community Schools District Office will be on shortened hours during spring break. The office will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. March 26 through 29, and closed on March 30.
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Published: 3/21/2018
A young artist at Kendall Elementary School was recently named one of only 36 gold ribbon honorees in the annual Symphony in Color statewide art competition, and several other Marion Community Schools students were chosen among the 100 finalists in the competition.

Kellsie Lee, in fourth grade at Kendall, earned a prestigious gold ribbon. Her artwork will be on display at the Hilbert Circle Theater in Indianapolis through March 26.
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Published: 3/21/2018
A Marion Community Schools bus was struck by a vehicle Wednesday morning, but no one on the bus was injured.

The accident occurred on Ind. 9 near the intersection with Ind. 18. Police and emergency medical personnel were called to the scene. After the accident, Indiana State Police cleared the bus, No. 98, to drive. All students on the bus were Justice Intermediate School students, and were taken on to school. The school will be in communication with parents as needed.
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Published: 3/9/2018
Marion Community Schools is aware of complaints made publicly yesterday evening, and our administrators immediately addressed the issue. The person involved is no longer employed by MCS.

At Marion Community Schools, we strive for a safe and healthy learning environment for all students. We want to create and perpetuate a student-friendly, student-centered culture that promotes lifelong learning.

We cannot comment further on specific personnel matters or investigations.

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Published: 3/8/2018
Originally posted March 8, 2018

The Marion Band Boosters will host the Bunny Breakfast from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, March 31, in conjunction with the Million Egg Hunt set that morning at MHS's Dick Lootens Stadium (starts at 10 a.m.).

The Bunny Breakfast will be inside MHS's Bill Green Arena. (Enter at Door 14, near the stadium, or Door 11, near the tennis courts.) There will be special appearances by the Easter Bunny!

Breakfast includes pancakes, sausage, milk and juice.
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Published: 2/23/2018
Marion Community Schools takes all reports of threats seriously. Safety of our students is top priority. We would not put students or staff into a situation we believed to be unsafe.

All reports of threats are investigated, and we cooperate with local law enforcement.

In addition, we are constantly evaluating our safety and security measures, including our prevention and response procedures, and we make changes when needed. We are committed to a safe and healthy learning environment.