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.
Community partnerships are vital to the success of any school district. The partnership between OhioHealth-Marion and the Marion City Schools started thanks to a conversation between Dr. Heather Columber, a family physician in Marion with OhioHealth Physicians Group, and Mary Ellen Withrow High School Academy Assistant Principal Todd Schneider.
The cost and amount of school supplies can be overwhelming for children and their families. Corporate America Family Credit Union (CAFCU) recently helped ease that burden for Taft Elementary School students in the Marion City School District.
The Marion City School District will complete the final stage of its administrative operations moves on Friday, September 6.
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.