Claudette Robinson, The First Lady of Motown, recently spent three days visiting Marion City elementary school students sharing her new book, "Claudette's Miraculous Motown Adventure," and a message about how important reading is to a successful life.
A group of students from Harding High School spent two days at the Columbus Zoo learning about climate change during the zoo's Teen Eco Summit. The summit is a free opportunity for more than 100 high school students to engage in activities geared towards students bringing a Conservation Action Plan back to their respective schools
The Marion City School District is pleased to announce honor and merit rolls for the first quarter of the 2019-2020 school year.
The Marion City Schools Nutrition Services department, in cooperation with the Mid-Ohio Food Bank, will sponsor a free produce market the first Friday of every month beginning Friday, December 6 and continue through April.
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.