Attention parents: Students in grades 3-10 will take the ACT Aspire beginning Monday, April 5, 2021, and ending on Friday, April 9, 2021. Parents of face-to-face students: A testing schedule for the week of testing for each campus will be provided on Wednesday March 17, 2021. You will find this testing schedule on the Marion School District website and a direct link will be shared via our Facebook pages. Parents of virtual students: A survey and a copy of the testing schedule options will be available for you on Wednesday, March 17, 2021. The survey will provide 3 options for how virtual students will be tested. You are asked to choose the option that works best for your student(s). This survey will be emailed and sent through a text to parents of virtual students only. If a parent of a virtual child does not receive this email or text, please call and speak to Jonnett Gammill at 870-739-5100. A testing schedule will be posted on the Marion School website and a direct link shared via Facebook.
2 months ago, Marion School District
Attention parents: The state-mandated ACT Aspire for students in grades 3-10 will take place on each campus in the Marion School District during the week of April 5, 2021. Details on what the testing schedules will look like for face-to-face and virtual students will be shared next week.
2 months ago, Marion School District
Attention parents: The state-mandated ACT Aspire for students in grades 3-10 will take place on each campus in the Marion School District during the week of April 5, 2021. Details on what the testing schedules will look like for face-to-face and virtual students will be shared next week.
2 months ago, Marion School District
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REMINDER: Friday, March 5, will be a Virtual Day for all MSD students. This is being done to accommodate a district-wide Covid-19 vaccination clinic for faculty and staff. We thank you for your support in helping us work to provide the safest possible learning environment for our students!
2 months ago, Marion School District
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Congrats to MHS for winning the College Board's AP Computer Science Diversity Award for the third year in a row! "The world of computer science needs the perspective and opinions of girls to help innovate, create, and design the technology of tomorrow.” Follow this link to read more: https://www.msd3.org/article/414032?org=msd
2 months ago, Marion School District
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3/1/21 Marion School District received notification of the following COVID-19 positive cases today: 1 student Close contacts have been notified and are following quarantine guidelines set forth by the Arkansas Department of Health. For the privacy of all students and staff, Marion School District will not be sharing any personal information publicly. We remain firmly committed to providing a safe environment and will follow the guidance provided by the Arkansas Department of Health, CDC, and the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education. -- Kelly Fogleman, BSN, RN, NCSN School Health Coordinator 870-739-5140 (office) kfogleman@msd3.org
3 months ago, Marion School District
The Marion School District will pivot to a virtual learning day on Friday, March 5, to accommodate a second Covid-19 vaccination clinic for faculty and staff. The clinic will allow staff members who received their first shot on February 5 to receive their second dose. This is part of our continuing efforts to provide the safest possible learning environment for our students. Because of the challenges associated with the large number of doses of the vaccine, securing the appropriate personnel to administer the vaccine, and other logistical issues connected with a vaccination event of this scale, the Marion School District again opted to pivot to virtual learning for the day. Meals for Friday will be sent home with students on Thursday afternoon, along with the regular weekend meal distribution. Regular school schedules will resume on Monday, March 8. This process is a vital step in protecting the health and safety of both our staff and students. As always, we thank you for your patience and support as we continue to navigate this ongoing health crisis and this unprecedented school year.
3 months ago, Marion School District
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Weekly COVID update 2/22-2/26 Staff reported positive for COVID-19 : 2 Staff quarantined due to exposure to COVID-19 : 3 Students reported positive for COVID-19 this week: 1 Students quarantined due to exposure to COVID-19 this week: 5 Total staff positive for COVID-19 since 7/24/20: 98 Total staff quarantined due to exposure since 7/24/20: 281 Total students positive for COVID-19 since 7/15/20: 246 Total students quarantined due to exposure since 7/15/20: 2466 -- Kelly Fogleman, BSN, RN, NCSN School Health Coordinator 870-739-5140 (office) kfogleman@msd3.org
3 months ago, Marion School District
2/26/21 Marion School District received notification of the following COVID-19 positive cases today: 1 staff member Close contacts have been notified and are following quarantine guidelines set forth by the Arkansas Department of Health. For the privacy of all students and staff, Marion School District will not be sharing any personal information publicly. We remain firmly committed to providing a safe environment and will follow the guidance provided by the Arkansas Department of Health, CDC, and the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education. -- Kelly Fogleman, BSN, RN, NCSN School Health Coordinator 870-739-5140 (office) kfogleman@msd3.org
3 months ago, Marion School District
Greetings Patriot Parents: If your student is virtual and in grades 3 through 10, please take a moment to complete a survey about the upcoming ACT Aspire state assessment. We'd like to hear from you as we begin preparations for this test. We appreciate your input. Click the survey link here --> https://forms.gle/11UV7vbtfMGvwefh8
3 months ago, Marion School District
Juniors and Sophomores (current 10th and 11th graders), The yearbook staff is recruiting for the 2021-2022 school year!! If you love photography, writing, being creative, or just want to help create memories, we would love for you to apply for our staff! Here is a link to the application https://5il.co/q0y3, but Ms. Westerman has some in her room in the humanities building, AA-161. If you have any questions, contact her at awesterman@msd3.org https://5il.co/q0y3
3 months ago, Marion School District
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Ronald McNair was an MIT-trained physicist who specialized in laser research before joining NASA in the late 1970s. In February 1984, he became just the second African American to reach space, serving as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger. On January 28, 1986, he was one of the seven crew members killed when the Challenger shockingly exploded 73 seconds after liftoff.
3 months ago, Marion School District
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Due to construction delays caused by last week’s winter weather, and out of concern for the safety of our fans, we are making adjustments to our attendance policies for Patriot baseball games at John Robbins Field. For this Saturday’s (2/27/21) benefit game against Pocahontas, no fans will be allowed inside the stadium. We apologize for this inconvenience. The attendance policy will be revisited on a weekly basis as construction continues. As we begin allowing fans to attend, we will provide players the opportunity to purchase two tickets each. We hope to begin this process with seniors next week, followed by juniors, then sophomores, and finally freshmen as the weather allows the construction crews to progress. Games will be broadcast at marionpatriots.com and on the Marion Patriots Mascot Media App.
3 months ago, Marion School District
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2/24/21 Marion School District received notification of the following COVID-19 positive cases today: ZERO We celebrate this wonderful news but want to remind students and staff to continue the 3 W's to reduce the spread of COVID-19: W- watch your distance W- wash your hands W- wear your mask Stay safe! -- Kelly Fogleman, BSN, RN, NCSN School Health Coordinator 870-739-5140 (office) kfogleman@msd3.org
3 months ago, Marion School District
2/23/21 Marion School District received notification of the following COVID-19 positive cases today: ZERO We celebrate this wonderful news but want to remind students and staff to continue the 3 W's to reduce the spread of COVID-19: W- watch your distance W- wash your hands W- wear your mask Stay safe! -- Kelly Fogleman, BSN, RN, NCSN School Health Coordinator 870-739-5140 (office) kfogleman@msd3.org
3 months ago, Marion School District
2/22/21 Marion School District received notification of the following COVID-19 positive cases today: 1 staff member Close contacts have been notified and are following quarantine guidelines set forth by the Arkansas Department of Health. For the privacy of all students and staff, Marion School District will not be sharing any personal information publicly. We remain firmly committed to providing a safe environment and will follow the guidance provided by the Arkansas Department of Health, CDC, and the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education. -- Kelly Fogleman, BSN, RN, NCSN School Health Coordinator 870-739-5140 (office) kfogleman@msd3.org
3 months ago, Marion School District
Greetings Patriots! All Marion Schools will be open tomorrow, Tuesday, February 23 for face-to-face instruction. All buses will run at their regularly scheduled times. Welcome back!
3 months ago, Marion School District
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When the Little Rock Nine walked into Central High School in 1957, the entire country was watching. What Americans didn’t see, though, was the woman who organized those Black students: Daisy Gatson Bates.
3 months ago, Marion School District
Greetings Patriots! The Marion School District will be closed for face-to-face learning on Monday, February 22. All students will learn virtually. Parent-teacher conferences will occur as scheduled. The district hopes to be able reopen for face-to-face learning on Tuesday, February 23. Thank you and have a wonderful evening.
3 months ago, Marion School District
2/19/21 Marion School District received notification of the following COVID-19 positive cases today: ZERO We celebrate this wonderful news but want to remind students and staff to continue the 3 W's to reduce the spread of COVID-19: W- watch your distance W- wash your hands W- wear your mask Stay safe! -- Kelly Fogleman, BSN, RN, NCSN School Health Coordinator 870-739-5140 (office) kfogleman@msd3.org
3 months ago, Marion School District