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.
Benjamin Harrison Elementary School is a Marion City Schools elementary building located at 625 Brightwood Drive.
Hours are 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. weekdays. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. for students.
Click on the link below to find out how the YMCA is partnering with Benjamin Harrison Elementary for before and after school child care:
- Follow us on Facebook @ Benjamin Harrison Elementary School
- Follow us on Twitter @BHEleaders
- Sign up for our text message feed (your number will be kept safe and you should not expect to get overwhelmed by too many messages) by sending a text message with the phrase @bhefa to 81010. You can opt-out of messages at anytime by replying, 'unsubscribe @bhefa'.
- Your child’s progress will be updated on Progressbook.
- Want to become involved in PTA? There are lots of opportunities to volunteer at fun night, book fairs & secret Santa!
- Collect boxtops and campbells labels and send them in
- Save drink pouches (like capri sun) and send them in to school
- Enroll your Kroger Card into our school’s community rewards - this does not cost you anything and creates thousands of dollars donated to our school. You must register your card every May.
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.
Marion City Schools will offer a kindergarten camp this summer to help prepare students to attend kindergarten.
The camp is geared towards students who did not attend a Marion City Schools preschool program. Students will have a chance to make new friends, have fun and get ready for kindergarten.
Marion City Schools Interim Superintendent Stephen Fujii has released a statement regarding student safety in the wake of last week's school shooting in Florida and other events in Ohio and elsewhere. We ask you to read how we are addressing school safety and wellness as we follow our vision statement of maintaining a safe, respectful and caring environment that promotes student learning.
Marion City School's mission statement affirms that MCS will maintain a safe, respectful and caring environment in which all students can learn. We are implementing programs and steps to improve school safety and security in the coming months to do that, as we recognize that the safety of our students is among our highest priorities.
One of first steps is to begin using the Raptor Visitor Management System in all of our schools. The system is designed to screen visitors, contractors, and volunteers. Upon entering the building, visitors will be asked to present an ID, such as a driver's license or state ID card that can be scanned or manually entered into the system. If the visitor does not have a government-issued ID, the school staff member can use another form of identification. Our preferred alternative ID based upon school policy is a utility bill that states the same address as the student's address on file.