We go to Harding for this week's Prexies Spotlight as we feature guidance office secretary Crystal Smith. Read how Crystal inspires a community of achievement and what inspires her.
Congrats to Harding senior Gwendolyn Harris, GEAR UP's Success Story for April. Learn more about Gwendolyn and how GEAR UP is preparing her for her future plans.
The Marion City Board of Education meeting on Monday, April 23rd will begin at 5 p.m. instead of its regularly scheduled 6 p.m. start time.
Meetings are held in the Grant Middle School media center and are open to the public.
Learn how Taft Elementary music specialist Nickie French inspires a community of achievement as we post our latest Prexies Spotlight feature.
Marion Harding High School is among 54 schools is the state that was awarded new water fountains/bottle filling stations thanks to the Delta Dental Foundation (DDF.)
Harding High School was among the winners of the DDF's $200,000 Rethink Your Drink: Water's Cool at School program, designed to encourage children to drink more water during the school day.
Kindergarten registration will be held at the end of April and beginning of May. Children must be 5 years old on or before Aug. 1, 2018, to register. Find out when it will be held at each school and call now to make an appointment.
There are currently more than half a million open jobs in computing, and that's expected to grow at twice the rate of other jobs. That's one of the reasons why Grant Middle School STEM instructor Kristin Tope suggests that students take computer programming classes.
Grant Middle School offers sixth graders the chance to take Code.org, a free online curriculum for students of all ages. Mrs. Tope said the Code.org platform is very student-friendly, a plus for drawing in students and getting them excited about learning to code. Check out what students say about learning coding in middle school.