Registration is $20 by April 8th including a t-shirt. After that, it is $25 with a limited quantity of t-shirts available.
Also there will be a FREE kids fun run starting at 8:30 for children ages 10 and under. Shirts will not be provided, but children will be encouraged to wear a white t-shirt or purchase one at the race. Children 10 and under participating in the kids fun run do not need to fill out a registration form.
If you would like to participate in this AWESOME (and colorful) event, you can register here 5K Color Run Registration Form or at Grant and drop it and your registration fee off at Grant! Also, online registration is available at the link below until April 8th!
Grant Middle School starts its school day at 8:02 a.m. Doors open at 7:50 a.m., but students can enter through the cafeteria door at 7:30 a.m. and remain in the cafeteria until 7:52 a.m. Students still are released at 3 p.m.
The Ohio Association of Secondary School Administrators announced this week that it has selected Harding High School Assistant Principal Ryan Rismiller as its 2017 Assistant Principal of the Year. Rismiller will be the state’s nominee to the National Association of Secondary School Administrators recognition program to be held in July in Philadelphia. He will also be recognized by his peers at the OASSA Assistant Principals Conference to be held March 27 and 28 in Columbus.
Grant held its second annual Grant Leadership Day on Dec. 20. The day focused on student leadership and exploration of careers. For students, it was not only a day to learn about careers but to promote their school and the positive initiatives underway. “Leadership is a big idea here,” said Shelby Westler, a member of the school’s LEAD Lighthouse team.
Throughout the district community leaders and representatives from Marion’s business community and industries are helping students prep for success.