Here is the menu for the month of December for the Junior/Senior High School.
Here is the menu for the month of December for the elementary.
Weight room equipment up for bids.
Marion High School is hosting a blood drive TOMORROW, November 29! Time slots are open from 10:30 am to 4:00 pm. The drive will be held in the high school media center. Ages 16 (with parent's permission) and older are welcome! This drive's tip for a successful donation is to make sure to eat iron-fortified cereal, Malt-o-meal, or take iron supplements to bump up your hemoglobin count. As always, donors are encouraged to drink extra water and eat a good breakfast/lunch on the day of the drive to ensure a comfortable blood draw. Sign up today to help save lives!
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Marion National Honor Society
High School announcements for the week of November 27, 2023.
The Varsity Football Banquet will be held Sunday, December 3rd at 6:30 PM. Please bring a dish to pass. Drinks will be provided.
Looking for some new fun socks? Marion's NHS has you covered! NHS has collaborated with Sockable for a sock fundraiser! Buy from the link below to support the school's NHS program and fund our future association with the National Honor Society! Your socks will be delivered right to your door! Our fundraiser will run until December 4th! Order your socks now!
The 2nd grade classes took a trip down to the Marion Village Hall to learn about services provided by the local government.
Their first stop was the village office where they met the people behind the scenes of our village including Mrs. Lee (treasurer), Mrs. Zuiderveen (clerk), and President Flora Grundy. Mrs. Grundy discussed with students some of the services the local government provides to the residents and the job of the Marion Village Council. Students got to sit behind the table where the council sits for meetings.
A stop was made at the library where students learned about all of the resources it provides by the library director, Mrs. Genereaux-Maddox. They were read stories, given applications for a library card, and informed about the excellent reading program that takes place in the summer.
The final stop was in the building that houses all the emergency vehicles. Mr. Wing, Mr. Tower, and Mr. and Mrs. Barron took the students on a tour of all the vehicles and showed how they may be used to help people in danger. Students got to sit up in fire trucks and were treated to a bag of goodies in the end.
A big thank you to all the village employees who made it an informative and fun day for the students!
Important Notice: A reminder that Wednesday, November 22 is a half day, but will start as a normal day. The elementary will start at 8:00 and dismiss at 11:30. Junior high and high school will start at 7:50 and dismiss at 11:20. No school on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24.
Correction: High School announcements for the week of November 20, 2023.
IT’S GAME DAY! Tickets for today’s game can be purchased at https://nmu.universitytickets.com/w/event.aspx?id=3145
or the NMU box office. If you can’t make it to the game you can listen to Ryan Raymond, Arend Scott and bill Barnett on 107.1 The Drive. You can also watch it on the NFHS Network (subscription required). Let’s go Eagles!
Marion Elementary students gave our football team one last fist bump before continuing their trip to the UP in search of a state championship! Good luck team and go Eagles!
Come out and line Main Street this morning to wish our football team good luck as they head to Marquette! The bus will leave the High School at 8:30 and go to the Elementary School before it heads North on M66. Let's show them our Eagle Pride!
Tomorrow morning the football team will be leaving for Marquette in preparation for the State Finals game! Line the streets and show your support as they are escorted out of town by the Marion Community Fire Department. The team will leave the high school parking lot at 8:30! Let's Go Eagles!
Calling all 3rd - 5th grade boys! Elementary basketball starts soon! See the information below and get signed up! No cost to participate.
Regular Board of Education Meeting
Monday, November 20