GEAR UP at Marion City Schools is pleased to announce its May Success Stories, Harding High School seniors Olivia Detwiler and Gabe Detwiler. Read more to see how Harding and GEAR UP help them to inspire a community of achievement.
As soon as Harding High School students become eligible to donate blood, they get the job done. The school typically holds blood drives as often as allowed – every eight weeks – and the turnout has been near record highs this year.
Leadership, responsibility and good behavior are qualities that are important to help students become good citizens. At Hayes Elementary School, teaching these skills is a big part of what students, teachers and staff do during the school day.
Restorative Circles is a program being used at McKinley Elementary to help provide students with learning experiences beyond academics.
Led by educational support provider Kathy Butler, the program helps students build important life skills, such as leadership, friendship, and how to respond to conflicts and problems when they arise.
GEAR UP at Marion City Schools is pleased to announce its April Success Story, Ai'Layshia Randle-Williams. Read more to see how GEAR UP and Harding have motivated the Harding High School senior.
Congratulations to Harding wrestler Mason Sparks, named February's Fahey Bank Athlete of the Month.
Congratulations to Harding basketball player Ariyah Douglas, named Fahey Bank Athlete of the Month for February.
Marion City Schools will start accepting applications for open enrollment on May 1. Applications must be submitted to the MCS Welcome Center. Click for more information about open enrollment.