A trailblazer in broadcasting and journalism, Max Robinson in 1978 became the first Black person to anchor the nightly network news.
3 months ago, Marion School District
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2/18/21 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
2/17/21 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
Greetings Patriots, As a result of the continuing snow fall and dangerous road conditions Marion School District will remain virtual learning only for Thursday, February 18 and Friday, February 19. Due to internet outages that have occurred in our area no new assignments will be made for these two days. These days will be used to make up any work that students have yet to complete. We hope everyone is staying warm, safe, and even enjoying a little fun time playing in the snow.
3 months ago, Marion School District
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Jane Bolin made history over and over. She was the first Black woman to graduate from Yale Law School. The first Black woman to join the New York City Bar Association. The nation’s first Black female judge.
3 months ago, Marion School District
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2/15/21 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
Greetings Patriots! Due to the winter weather Marion School District will continue with virtual learning for all students on Tuesday, February 16 and Wednesday, February 17. A decision about Thursday and Friday will be made later in the week. Stay safe and warm.
3 months ago, Marion School District
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UPDATED NUMBERS Weekly COVID update 2/8-2/12 Staff reported positive for COVID-19 this week: 3 Staff quarantined due to exposure to COVID-19 this week: 3 Students reported positive for COVID-19 this week: 7 Students quarantined due to exposure to COVID-19 this week: 40 Total staff positive for COVID-19 since 7/24/20: 96 Total staff quarantined due to exposure since 7/24/20: 278 Total students positive for COVID-19 since 7/15/20: 245 Total students quarantined due to exposure since 7/15/20: 2461 Kelly Fogleman, BSN, RN, NCSN School Health Coordinator 870-739-5140 (office) kfogleman@msd3.org
3 months ago, Marion School District
2/12/21 Marion School District received notification of the following COVID-19 positive cases today: 1 staff member 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
2/11/21 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, Due to the dangerous road conditions that were created by the winter weather recieved overnight, the Marion School District will continue with virtual learning for all campuses on Friday, February 12. Schools will be contacting families with additional information about what this means for your student. Monday, February 15 school will not be in session due to the President's Day holiday. Thank you, keep warm and stay safe.
3 months ago, Marion School District
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2/10/21 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
Patriot families. Due to the significant winter weather expected tonight, the Marion School District will pivot to a virtual learning day on Thursday, February 11. Schools will be contacting families with additional information about what this means for your student. Thank you, keep warm, and stay safe!
3 months ago, Marion School District
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Sign up for parent-teacher conferences: Marion School District will hold parent-teacher conferences the week of Monday, February 22 through Friday, February 26. Conference times will be available on a first-come, first-served basis on each day of the week at each campus. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, all conferences will be held virtually or over the phone. No in-person conferences will be held. To sign up for your child's parent-teacher conference, please go to the Marion School District website (www.msd3.org).
3 months ago, Marion School District
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2/9/21 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
2/8/21 Marion School District received notification of the following COVID-19 positive cases today: 5 students 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
MSD teachers and staff took a big step forward in the pandemic fight during a district-wide vaccination clinic Friday. A big thank-you to all who made the event possible, including local legislators, Laura Charlton and Marion Family Pharmacy, Dr. Susan Jones and the East Arkansas Family Health Center, and especially our district health coordinator Kelly Fogleman and our fine staff of school nurses! Check the link to read more. https://www.msd3.org/article/396509?org=msd
3 months ago, Marion School District
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John Lewis fought for equality during the civil rights movement, marching with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., against oppression and risking his life for justice. Through grit and determination, he went from sitting on bus seats as an act of civil disobedience during the Freedom Rides to sitting in the halls of Congress as a champion for civil liberties. Lewis’s most memorable act of “good trouble” occurred on March 7, 1965, when he led a group of 600 people across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on what would be known as “Bloody Sunday.” Lewis, who was then only 25 years old, marched across the bridge in the fight for equal voting rights for Black people. Lewis eventually became a congressman from Georgia in 1987, serving until his death from pancreatic cancer at the age of 80 on July 17, 2020. During his time in Congress he continued his work for civil rights and encouraged young people do the hard work necessary to change the country by getting into “good trouble.”
3 months ago, Marion School District
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Weekly COVID update 2/1-2/5 Staff reported positive for COVID-19 this week: 3 Staff quarantined due to exposure to COVID-19 this week: 9 Students reported positive for COVID-19 this week: 9 Students quarantined due to exposure to COVID-19 this week: 64 Total staff positive for COVID-19 since 7/24/20: 93 Total staff quarantined due to exposure since 7/24/20: 275 Total students positive for COVID-19 since 7/15/20: 238 Total students quarantined due to exposure since 7/15/20: 2421 -- Kelly Fogleman, BSN, RN, NCSN School Health Coordinator 870-739-5140 (office) kfogleman@msd3.org
3 months ago, Marion School District
Misty Danielle Copeland is an American ballet dancer for American Ballet Theatre, one of the three leading classical ballet companies in the United States. On June 30, 2015, Copeland became the first African American woman to be promoted to principal dancer in ABT's 75-year history.
3 months ago, Marion School District
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