The Marion City School District would like to invite all members of the Armed Forces, active, reserve and veteran, as well as first responders to the Presidents first home football game against Newark for a special recognition ceremony Friday, Sept. 13.
Marion City School District Superintendent Dr. Ronald Iarussi announced that the name of former Secretary of the Treasury and Marion native, Mary Ellen Withrow, will be used to identify two new locations for the district during the Board of Education meeting August 19.
Kyle Purvis and his fiancé, Alyssa Brown, are always looking for ways to support Marion area businesses and organizations. The couple owns and manages Purvis Properties in Marion and decided to organize a school supplies collection drive to support students in the Marion City School District.
Marion students entering kindergarten during the 2019-2020 school year had the opportunity to participate in a free camp hosted by the Marion City School District.
The Marion City School District Board of Education learned about the grants awarded to the district during its regular meeting Monday, August 5.
While students in the Marion City School District are enjoying their summer break, a group of 35-40 district operations staff have been busy getting buildings and classrooms ready for the students' return on Monday, August 19.
The Marion City School District Summer Produce Market is expected to help more than 2,500 families in the city of Marion have fresh fruits and vegetables to enjoy this summer.
Several changes are taking place in the Marion City School District this summer in preparation for the new school year. One of the biggest involves the move of the District Service Center and Welcome Center to the META Solutions building at 100 Executive Drive in Marion.
The Marion City School District Board of Education approved a new three-year contract with the Marion Education Association (MEA) during the regular monthly meeting July 8.