Applications for Little Giants Preschool for the 2021-22 school year are now open. Those that complete their registration early will be given priority, so don't wait!
In the midst of Black History Month, we're taking a moment to put the spotlight on some of our Marion High School alumni who have earned a spot in the MHS Hall of Distinction. Induction into the Marion High School Hall of Distinction is one of the highest honors Marion Community Schools gives.
The Marion Giants girls basketball program invites all Marion 3rd and 4th grade girls to a skills camp! Sessions will be held on several Sundays throughout March and April.
Be sure to check our website for closing and delay information! We always announce early when we can, but sometimes announcements come the morning of. Announcements are also available on our Facebook pages, along with local and state media.
The information below is for elementary buildings only. Grades 5-12 should check in with their teachers on any day when virtual learning is being used. (Grades 5-12 take home their iPads regularly, but not all elementary students do, so we are providing info below for families with elementary students.)
Marion Community Schools was informed Saturday, Jan. 16, that a staffer who was last at Frances Slocum Elementary School on Friday, Jan. 15, has been diagnosed as COVID-19 positive. In connection with this case, there were no school related closed contacts identified.
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Marion Community Schools was informed Wednesday, Dec. 16, that a student who was last at Frances Slocum Elementary School on Tuesday, Dec. 15, has been diagnosed as COVID-19 positive.
At the elementary level, with the difficulty of enforcing consistent social distancing, Marion Community Schools utilizes cohorting (keeping groups of students together and avoiding cross contact as much as possible). Because of this, our plans have included quarantining entire classrooms in the event of a positive COVID diagnosis.
Marion Community Schools was informed Monday, Dec. 7, that a staffer who was last at Frances Slocum Elementary School on Thursday, Dec. 3, has been diagnosed as COVID-19 positive.
In connection with this positive case, 8 students were determined to be school related close contacts and have been informed and instructed to quarantine.
On Nov. 24, the Marion Community Schools Board of School Trustees approved the continuation of e-learning Fridays through the rest of the 2020-21 school year calendar, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The board had previously approved e-learning Fridays for the first semester.
Marion Community Schools was informed Sunday, Nov. 22, that a staffer who was last at Frances Slocum Elementary School on Thursday, Nov. 19, has been diagnosed as COVID-19 positive. In connection with this positive case, there were determined to be no school related close contacts, so no additional quarantines were needed.