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Kindergarten Registration

Registration will be held May 2, 3 and 5.
Please call your elementary school to set up a time for your child's screening. You will need to bring your child and: Proof of address, such as a recent bill with your address; your child's birth certificate; your child's immunization record; custody papers if applicable; list of medications or allergies your child has. The screening will take about 45 minutes.
May 2: Harrison (740-223-4999) and McKinley (740-223-4600)
May 3: Garfield (740-223-4444) and Taft (740-223-4500)
May 5: George Washington (740-223-3883) and Hayes (740-223-4950) 
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District News

  • Taft students organize Humane Society fundraiser

    Taft’s market day served as a fundraiser for the Marion Area Humane Society, but more importantly for educators it provided students a lesson in project-based learning.

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  • School board hires new Harding principal

    After a thorough interview process, the Marion City Schools Board of Education has chosen Marion County resident Forrest Trisler to be Marion Harding High School’s next principal.

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  • Third United Service Day a success

    “High schoolers aren’t as bad as they seem,” junior Tasia Stacy said. “We have a positive outlook and we want to change things. We made it a perfect example of what our students can do for our community.”

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  • Marion Mentors 21 seeks volunteers

    Marion Mentors 21 coordinator John Shank calls it “21st century mentoring.” What he’s after are mentors who will dedicate time to mentoring Marion City Schools students – long-term if possible. It’s mentoring dedicated to helping the school district meet its goals.

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  • Harding student shows Diploma Plus spirit

    Tessa Kolman is a private in the United States Army. She has finished her basic training at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma and is eagerly anticipating her Advanced Individualized Training (AIT) at Ft. Sam Houston in San Antonio Texas after graduation from HS. During this individualized training she will learn the skills, knowledge and attitudes to becoming a Combat Medic. She started on this path after her Junior year when she had taken the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) at Harding High School. This opportunity is when Tessa’s path became real.

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  • Literacy coaches share district story nationally

    Two of Marion City Schools’ literacy coaches shared their knowledge with teachers across the nation as they talked about one of the district’s four pillars of reform.

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