The Harding Mistletoe Craft Show will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Harding High School Saturday, Nov. 23. This family-friendly event will feature crafters, food, raffles and fun for everyone.
Six Robotics teams, comprised of 17 students from Grant Middle School, participated in a recent competition and performed incredibly well at Centennial High School in Columbus Nov. 2.
The Marion City Schools will host the 2019 Festival of Trees in the Harding High School cafetorium Monday, December 9.
The Marion City Schools will add additional supports for students at Harding High School and Grant Middle School with soon-to-be open Resource Rooms at each building.
Students and staff in the Marion City Schools took a visible stand against drugs by celebrating Red Ribbon Week from October 28 through November 1.
The Marion City Schools celebrated National School Lunch Week from October 14-18. This year's theme, "School Lunch: What's on Your Playlist," highlighted how today's school cafeterias serve up healthy menu items that kids want to eat with an increase in choices and customizations.
The 2019 season for the Marion Harding Girls Tennis squad has been one for the record books. The team, which won 16 matches three times in the past four seasons, set a new school mark for wins in a season with 18 in 2019.
The Marion City Schools will host the State of the Schools at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria at George Washington Elementary School, 400 Pennsylvania Ave., Monday, October 7. The presentation will be made during the regular monthly Board of Education meeting.
Marion City School District Board of Education member Mr. Ted McKinniss was honored for his thirty years of service by the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) during its annual Central Region Fall Conference in Columbus September 25.
The Marion Harding High School Marching Band received a Superior rating and qualified for the Ohio Music Education Association State Finals at their first competition of the season for the first time in five years September 14.