Today the second graders had a wonderful experience traveling to Glen Arbor to see Lake Michigan and to climb the Sleeping Bear Dunes!
28 days ago, Marion Public Schools
Picture of 2nd graders at Sleeping Bear Dunes.
Important Notice: A reminder that Wednesday, May 29, and Thursday, May 30, are half days. 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. Have a great summer!
28 days ago, Stacie Sutten
Memorial Day Event
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Memorial Day information for celebration.
Final goodbyes to the elementary, its staff and future graduates.
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Seniors walking through the elementary school.
Seniors walking through the elementary school.
Seniors walking through the elementary school.
Seniors walking through the elementary school.
Seniors walking through the elementary school.
Seniors walking through the elementary school.
Congratulations to the baseball and softball teams! Both teams have clinched Conference Titles! Softball defeated MCE this past Friday and baseball defeated Mesick tonight to secure the titles! It's a great day to be an Eagle!🏆
about 1 month ago, Stacie Sutten
baseball
softball
Memorial Day is a federal holiday where we honor and mourn those brave men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice to protect our country. Please join the Marion High School Band and VFW 6015 as we pay tribute to those who fought for our country on Monday May 27th at 10am at Marion Veterans' Memorial on Main St.
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Memorial Day celebration flier.
The baseball game that was scheduled to be played in Mesick on 5/20 had been rescheduled for 5/21.
about 1 month ago, Stacie Sutten
Come and celebrate the Class of 2024. Graduation will be held Friday, May 24, at 7:00pm in the high school gymnasium. Congratulations Class of 2024!
about 1 month ago, Stacie Sutten
seniors
The varsity track teams competed in the Regional Meet this past Saturday. The following athletes have advanced to the MHSAA LP Division 4 Finals meet which will be held on June 1 at Baldwin Middle School in Hudsonville: Dru VanEpps - 200 m dash James Williams - Shot Put Cole Meyer - Discus Braden Prielipp - High Jump and Long Jump McKayla Cruson - Discus Congratulations and good luck at the State Meet!
about 1 month ago, Stacie Sutten
The Senior Class of 2024 celebrated their last day of high school with a blend of new and traditional events that made for a memorable farewell. The day kicked off with a Sunrise Breakfast at The Flashback, where students gathered to enjoy a meal together as the first light of day broke over their hometown. This early morning gathering allowed them to share laughter, reminisce about their high school journey, and prepare for the day's activities. After breakfast, they headed off to their final classes, where they tied up any loose ends and said goodbye to their teachers and friends. As the morning turned into afternoon, the excitement continued with a fantastic cookout at lunch. The cookout featured a delicious spread of hotdogs, hamburgers, and a variety of side dishes. This feast was made possible thanks to the generous contributions of many families, who provided the food and helped with the preparations. The sense of community and support was evident as everyone came together to make this day special for the graduating seniors. To add an extra layer of fun, Edward’s Rentals and More donated an inflatable obstacle course. This provided the students with a final opportunity to engage in carefree, childlike play, creating lasting memories of their last day at high school. The seniors took their final walk around the track, where they received applause and cheers from their family and friends. Each step symbolized not only the end of their high school journey, but also the beginning of new adventures. Following the walk, the tradition continued with a spirited water balloon fight. It was a perfect way to celebrate the end of their school days, a final burst of childhood fun before stepping into the responsibilities of adulthood. As the sun began to set on this memorable day, a few of the seniors gathered in the athletic complex to witness the sunset together. The setting sun marked the end of one chapter and the dawn of another, a beautiful reminder that though high school was over, the bonds they had formed would last a lifetime. Graduation is set for May 24th at 7pm and will take place in the High School Gymnasium.
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Pictures of students on senior day.
Pictures of students on senior day.
Pictures of students on senior day.
Pictures of students on senior day.
Pictures of students on senior day.
Pictures of students on senior day.
Pictures of students on senior day.
Summer Counseling Information
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Summer Counseling Information.
Congratulations McKayla Cruson! McKayla signed her letter of National Letter of Intent and is continuing her track and field career at Northern Michigan University. Best of luck McKayla!
about 1 month ago, Stacie Sutten
McKayla
Marion Public Schools Regular Board of Education Meeting Tuesday, May 21
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
MPS agenda for May, 21 meeting.
Marion Elementary Library Awarded Laura Bush Foundation Grant!
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Laura Bush website.
Laura Bush website.
Laura Bush award notice.
Yesterday, the PTO sponsored a half hour for each elementary class to take a break from their studies to play on inflatable equipment. Students had a great time and enjoyed a popsicle afterwards! Thank you PTO!
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Students playing on blow-up equipment.
Students playing on blow-up equipment.
Students playing on blow-up equipment.
Students playing on blow-up equipment.
Students playing on blow-up equipment.
Students playing on blow-up equipment.
Students playing on blow-up equipment.
Mrs. McCrimmon and Miss Umbreit’s first graders went to the Mt. Pleasant Discovery Museum. Students received a mini lesson on honey bees and enjoyed exploring, creating, and learning through interactive play! HUGE thank you to PTO for funding this field trip! The students really enjoyed their time at the museum!
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Pictures of students at children museum in Mt. Pleasant.
Pictures of students at children museum in Mt. Pleasant.
Pictures of students at children museum in Mt. Pleasant.
Pictures of students at children museum in Mt. Pleasant.
Pictures of students at children museum in Mt. Pleasant.
Pictures of students at children museum in Mt. Pleasant.
Pictures of students at children museum in Mt. Pleasant.
Pictures of students at children museum in Mt. Pleasant.
Hope to see everyone tomorrow!
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Flier for spring music and art showcase.
High school announcements for the week of May 13, 2024.
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
High School announcements for  week of 5/13/24.
On Saturday, May 11th, the Senior Class embarked on an unforgettable journey to Craig’s Cruisers, marking a day of sheer exhilaration and camaraderie. This adventure was the culmination of their diligent fundraising efforts over their high school years, showcasing their ability to come together and achieve a collective goal. Their hard work paid off in the form of an action-packed day, where they had the opportunity to indulge in three hours of unlimited attractions. The offerings were vast, ranging from the high-flying fun of a trampoline park to the competitive spirit of go-kart racing, and the strategic gameplay of laser tag. Additionally, the students were granted access to an endless buffet, ensuring that their energy levels remained high throughout the day. The planning and execution of this trip were in the capable hands of the class officers, who demonstrated remarkable leadership and organizational skills. They took on the responsibility of contacting Craig’s Cruisers to negotiate a deal, meticulously selecting a date that accommodated everyone's busy schedules, including spring sports commitments, and arranging for transportation to and from the venue. Their dedication to creating a memorable experience for their classmates was evident in every aspect of the trip. The success of this outing was unmistakably reflected in the joyous expressions of the students. The smiles that adorned their faces were a testament to the fun they experienced on that special day. It wasn’t just a celebration of the end of their high school journey but a recognition of their unity and hard work. This trip to Craig’s Cruisers will undoubtedly remain a cherished memory for the Senior Class.
about 1 month ago, Marion Public Schools
Seniors standing in front of amusement park.
Senior bouncing on trampoline.
Senior dunking at trampoline park.
Senior shooting baskets.
Senior student on trampoline.
Two senior students together.
Seniors playing video game.
Seniors from MHS.
Full-Time School Social Worker or Counselor Opening
about 2 months ago, Marion Public Schools
Form for full-time social worker or school counselor position.