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  • School start/end times for 2015-16

    Grant Middle School now starts its school day at 8:02 a.m., earlier than the previous school year. Doors open at 7:52 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.


    Elementary schools start at 9 a.m. and end at 3:30 a.m. Doors open for students at 8:30 a.m.


    Harding High School starts at 7:30 a.m. and ends at 2:30 p.m. Doors open for students at 7 a.m.


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  • Early Release Wednesdays start on Sept. 16

    Earlly release Wednesdays start on Sept. 16. Students will get out 40 minutes earlier than their regular dismissal time. The dismissal time for early release Wednesdays will be 1:50 p.m. for Harding High School, 2:20 p.m. for Grant Middle School and 2:50 p.m. for elementary schools. 


    Until Sept. 16, students will leave at their regular dismissal time.

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  • Special school board meeting

    The Marion City Schools Board of Education will have a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 24 in Grant Middle School, Room 227.

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  • Public hearing - Intent to rehire retired staff

    When a Board of Education intends to rehire a retired public employee in the same/similar position, Ohio Revised Code requires that a public notice of that intent be provided and that a public hearing be held prior to any action to re-employ. The Board has approved an intent to rehire Mr. John Lewis, guidance counselor, and Allen Bollinger, bus driver, for the 2015-2016 school year. The Public Hearing will be held at 6:50 PM on October 19, 2015, in the Grant Middle School Library.

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District News

  • GEARing up students for their greatest accomplishments

    “What do you want to be when you grow up?” That’s usually where the conversation begins when a student first meets his or her GEAR UP advisor, and the answers are what open the door to the student’s future. Knowing what a student hopes to become helps the GEAR UP advisor to draw up several roadmaps that the student can then use to explore how he or she wants to proceed.

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  • Harding alumnus paints OSU Championship for coach

    When Ohio State Buckeyes football coach Urban Meyer thinks back to the 2015 National Championship, he’ll have artwork by a Marion Harding High School alumnus to remind him of the victory. Artist Danny Day, a 1982 Harding graduate, presented Meyer with an oil painting portraying Ohio State’s journey to the championship game.

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  • Food service breaks summer record

    The food service department estimates it gave out about 70,000 meals, about 15,000 more than last summer. It increased its sites with additional sites in Morrow County that food services supervisor Winnie Brewer said was a huge success.

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  • MCS re-occupies administrative building

    Liberty Baptist Church, which has leased the building since 2012, moved to 921 Woodrow Ave. where it will have more room to grow. The Marion City Digital Academy and the district’s print shop will be relocated to East Church Street.

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  • Rushmore completes move to Tri-Rivers

    The alternative school sponsored by the Marion City School District moved from the former Colonial Acres Elementary School into new classroom space constructed at the career center. It’s the first time in the state that an alternative high school learning environment has been set aside within a vocational school setting.

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  • MCS focuses on pillars of reform

    Marion City Schools is implementing an aggressive reform effort to improve performance at all grade levels. The ultimate goal is to reach every student and to increase the size and quality of Marion County’s workforce, enhancing the competitiveness of local companies, increasing incomes, and improving the economy.

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