REMINDER: The Marion School District is hosting its next Community Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic from 1-6 p.m. TODAY (August 4) at the Patriot Arena. The clinic is open to anyone in the community age 12 and up. First- and second-dose vaccinations will be given. Vaccination remains the leading public health prevention strategy to end the Covid-19 pandemic. With the rapid spread of the Delta variant, getting vaccinated is more important now than ever before. You can protect yourself, your family, and your friends from being infected. There is no charge. Parents must accompany anyone under age 18. The Marion School District is partnering with the Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care, East Arkansas Family Health Center, and the Arkansas Department of Health to host these clinics.
From the classroom: Marion School District asks for help from the legislature. Click the link for the full story. https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2021/08/03/from-the-classroom-marion-school-district-asks-for-help-from-the-legislature
The Marion Patriot Band is sponsoring an online store through BSN Sports in which parents and students may purchase Patriot Band Gear. The store closes on August 9. Click on the link to order: https://www.bsnteamsports.com/shop/EfaeachtYT
VACCINATED YET? The Marion School District will host its next Community Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic from 1-6 p.m. Wednesday, August 4, at the Patriot Arena. The clinic is open to anyone in the community age 12 and up. First- and second-dose vaccinations will be given. Vaccination remains the leading public health prevention strategy to end the Covid-19 pandemic. With the rapid spread of the Delta variant, getting vaccinated is more important now than ever before. You can protect yourself, your family, and your friends from being infected. There is no charge. Parents must accompany anyone under age 18. The Marion School District is partnering with the Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care, East Arkansas Family Health Center, and the Arkansas Department of Health to host the clinics.
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Beginning Monday, August 2, we will be implementing several bus changes to better serve our students and families. These changes are designed to help get our students to and from school in a much more efficient manner. The latest changes can be found here: https://5il.co/wa5m Thank you for your support!
We need belts! The Marion School District Campus Safety department is holding a belt drive to help students of all ages. All sizes are needed. Belts can be dropped off any school in the district. For more information, contact John Evans at 870-739-5173 or firstname.lastname@example.org. (Or contact any campus safety officer).
Some of our families who are enrolled in the Arkansas P-EBT program have been asking questions about their benefits. If you are enrolled and need assistance, please utilize the Arkansas P-EBT Client Assistance Line. Call center hours are from 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Monday-Friday.
Teachers new to the Marion School District got a head start on the coming school year this week through our "Patriot Academy" program. To read more about the innovative program, and how it's helping ensure new teachers have the support they need, follow this link: https://www.msd3.org/article/493852
The Marion School District values input from the parents and families of our students. Each year, the district and each school review their Parent & Family Engagement Plan. These plans can be found on our website at www.msd3.org. To support this effort, please take a moment to answer a few questions via the link below. If you have children at more than one campus in the district, please fill out a form for each campus your children attend. We appreciate and value your opinions! https://forms.gle/3NDY9pj6c2Md8RfZ9
With school starting on Monday, July 26, this will be the last week for the summer meal program offered by the Marion School District. The last day for delivered meals will be Thursday, July 15. The last day for meal pickup will be Friday, July 16. Thank you!
We are pleased to welcome Marion alumni Chuck Livingston to our team as a communications specialist! Chuck will help us tell more stories about the amazing things happening in our district on a daily basis. To read more about Chuck, click here: https://www.msd3.org/article/491460
Will your child be riding the bus to/from school this year? Be sure to complete this form: https://forms.gle/839XHhJAKfxc6xu7A Thank you!
Here's wishing everyone a fun and safe Fourth of July! As a reminder, the Marion School District offices will be closed Monday, July 5, in observation of the holiday weekend.
ATTENTION FAMILIES: Because of the July 4 holiday weekend, the Marion School District will not be providing meal pickup or deliveries on Monday, July 5. The regular meal pickup schedule will resume on Tuesday, July 6, and deliveries will resume on Thursday, July 8. For more information about the district's meal service program, click here: https://www.msd3.org/article/476396 Thank you, and have a safe holiday weekend!
School Supply Lists for our magnet schools for the upcoming school year are now available! Click here to see what your students will need: https://www.msd3.org/browse/226517
The Marion School District is taking an assertive approach to addressing Covid-related learning loss over the past year with a vibrant summer school program, designed to give every student an opportunity to hone the skills they will need for the coming school year. More than 200 students in grades K-12 are participating in the program, which is being held on the campuses of Marion Math, Science & Technology Magnet, Marion Junior High School, and Marion High School. Read more about the program here: https://www.msd3.org/article/484388
"This is our best shot" -- The Marion School District is planning a pair of community vaccination clinics this summer, with the hope of getting as many people as possible vaccinated against Covid-19 before the start of the 2021-22 school year. The clinics will be open to anyone in the community age 12 and up. The first clinic will be held from 1-6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 30. The second clinic will be from 1-6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 14. Both events will be held at the Patriot Arena, located at 801 Carter Drive. The vaccinations, which will utilize the Pfizer vaccine, are completely free. Parents must accompany anyone under age 18. Several incentives will be available. All participants will be eligible to enter a door prize and win $100 or $50 gift cards at both events. Each family who attends will be given a bag of groceries, and all children 18 and under will receive three days' worth of meals. Additionally, participants 18 and up will receive $20 scratch-off lottery tickets, and participants 12 and up will receive gift cards from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. For more information, click here: https://www.msd3.org/article/483725
Happy Father's Day to all our awesome dads!
Celebrate emancipation. Celebrate freedom. #juneteenth