The October 2nd Marion City Schools Board of Education meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. instead of 7:00 p.m. This meeting will be in the library at Grant Middle School.
How We Inspire a Community of Achievement
Marion City Schools thanked major donors while the Harding Presidents played their home opener on the new synthetic turf on Sept. 8.
GEAR UP at Marion City Schools announces a monthly success story focusing on students that GEAR UP serves. September's success story is senior Marlena Stimson.
Marion City Schools and its partners host free produce markets the second and fourth Thursday of each month.
Marion City Schools is seeking applicants for a one-on-one special education student aide/substitute classroom aide position. The position requires applicants to have an Ohio Educational Aide Permit and have a high school diploma or GED certificate. Click here to apply for our one-on-one aide position.
When Marion resident Beth McFann heard that Marion Mentors 21 needed volunteers, she made a commitment. More mentors are needed. Join the front line by making a commitment to help prepare Marion's youth for future success.