Bus driver position open
The Marion City School district is seeking applications for a bus driver position. The position of a Utility Route Driver is now open. This person will work approximately 4 1/2 hours per day and will be paid as per salary schedule. Persons applying for this position must have a CDL Class B License with SP endorsement. Click here for more information.
Free Cooking Classes
The Ohio State University Extension Office will sponsor SNAP-Ed Cooking Matters adult classes for free at Marion City Schools. The classes will be held 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan. 13, 20, 27 and Feb. 3, 10, 17 at the Marion City Schools community kitchen at 590 Presidential Drive, next to Harding Stadium. Click here for more information.
School Board News
The Marion City School Board of Education will hold its January board meetings on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. and Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. These meeting will be held in the Grant Middle School Media Center at 420 Presidential Drive, Marion, OH. This change is necessary because there is no school on the first and third Mondays in January when normal meetings would be held.
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.
With a shout of “this is how we brew it,” Marion Harding High School’s Transitions class celebrated completion of their training needed to open a coffee cart at the high school.