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Eclipse safety / classroom activities

Posted on Aug. 16 2017 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
News Blog Category - News With the solar eclipse on Monday, Aug. 21, visible here in Marion, some Marion Community Schools teachers are planning related outdoor activities. 

If you student's teacher is planning such an activity, you should receive an opt-out form this week, to return by Friday if you do NOT want your student to participate. If you need an additional copy of the form for any reason, click here. If you are not sure whether your student is in a class planning outdoor activities and want more information, please contact your school. (For a full list of phone numbers for MCS school buildings, click here.)

>> Click here for information from NASA on eclipse viewing safety. (Looking directly at a solar eclipse without the proper protective filters can cause permanent damage to your eyesight.)


 




El lunes 21 de agosto de 2017, el condado de Grant estará en el camino de un eclipse solar. Algunos clases estará viendo el eclipse al aire libre usando lentes de protección y / o equipo. Si usted NO desea que su hijo/a participe en estas actividades, clic aqui y devuelva este formulario.

Mirar directamente al sol durante un eclipse puede dañar permanentemente la vista. Click aqui para más información

Explore the solar eclipse at the MHS planetarium

Posted on Aug. 15 2017 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
News Blog Category - News With the upcoming solar eclipse sparking interest across the country, Marion High School’s state-of-the-art planetarium will put on special shows that explore the unusual phenomenon.

The public is invited to MHS to the shows, scheduled for 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19, and Sunday, Aug. 20. Admission is free, but seating is limited and on a first-come, first-seated basis on the day of the show. Doors will open about 30 minutes before each showing. Enter MHS through Door 22 at the front of the building. MHS is located at 250 W. 26th St.

This is a great opportunity for a special experience with the family, right here in Marion!

The planetarium at MHS was renovated in fall 2012. It boasts state-of-the-art LED cove lighting; 5.1 surround sound system with JBL cinema series speakers that push 2400 watts of power; a Digitarium Kappa projector that broadcasts full dome shows; and seating for 58.

Marion Community Schools is pleased to be able to present this special show to the public and share our exceptional facilities with the community in this way.

On the day of the eclipse, Monday, Aug. 21, MHS science teacher Tina Harris will be outside watching the eclipse with her classes, weather permitting. People are welcome to join the watch party! The eclipse should be visible in Marion from about 1 to 3:30 p.m. Aug. 21.

>> Click here for information on eclipse viewing safety. (Looking directly at a solar eclipse without the proper protective filters can cause permanent damage to your eyesight.)

Still have a text book from last school year? Turn it in NOW!

Posted on Aug. 14 2017 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
News Blog Category - News PLEASE NOTE: Textbooks that have not been returned to MHS from last school year need to be turned in to Mrs. Barnes in the main office for check in as soon as possible.

There are three lists posted with students’ names and missing textbook titles. Please check one of the yellow poster boards located by the main office, on the east side of the cafeteria, or on the west side of the cafeteria for more information.

Billing will begin next week (the week of Aug. 22) for lost books.

Homework Hotline offers help with math, science

Click the picture below for more information!