Operating a forklift to move materials quickly and safely. Utilizing welding tools and knowledge to build a stronger framework. Making the correct wood cuts and measurements in order to build a sound structure. These are some of the skills taught and learned at the Mary Ellen Withrow High School Academy, which is celebrating its first anniversary this school year.
INFORMATION FOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS
The Marion City Schools Board of Education meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Oct. 19 at Harding High School in the cafeteria. The audience will be limited to 50 people who are required to wear a mask and social distance. The meeting will also be televised at https://youtu.be/U7qbLgElbtM .Click the arrow for the link to ask questions at least 24 hours in advance.
Marion City Schools and the Mid-Ohio Food Collective will hold free produce markets for income-eligible families through December. Click arrow for more information.
Do you have a student that is interested in being a part of Fifth Grade Strings? If so, sign ups have been extended to Sept. 18. Click here to learn more.
We would love to have your student be a part of this fun and creative group. If you have any questions, please visit the Marion City Schools Orchestra Department Facebook page or contact Stephen Patterson at SPatterson2@mcspresidents.org.
While the graduation ceremony may not be what anyone in the Marion City Schools had envisioned, there is still much to celebrate for the Harding High School Class of 2020 on May 17.
This is the daily update from the Marion City Schools for Sunday, March 22, 2020.