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Posted: by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
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Posted: by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
News Blog Category - News What do you get if you mix the twists and turns of a whodunit with the over-the-top stylings of a soap opera? You get the fun-filled murder mystery comedy “The Bold, the Young, and the Murdered” Marion High School Speech & Drama Association’s upcoming spring play.

The long-running soap opera “The Bold and the Young” is barely holding on to its life, and to make matters worse, cast and crew members are dropping dead one by one. Which will come first, the death of the show or the death of every cast member? You'll have to come to one of our performances to find out!

The play is set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 4, and 3 p.m. Sunday, April 7, at the Walton Performing Arts Center at Marion High School.

Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for students. Seating is general admission. Tickets will be on sale at the door starting 30 minutes before each show, and they are available online now. Visit www.ticketor.com/mhstheatre to get yours today. You can print the tickets out, or you can display them on your device screen at the door.

“The Bold, the Young, and the Murdered” is by Pulitzer nominee Don Zolidis. The MHS performance is licensed through Playscripts, Inc.
Posted: by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
News Blog Category - News Originally posted Feb. 5, 2019

Marion Community Schools social workers invite you to a special night of family fun at Culver's in Marion!

Dine to donate! A portion of your purchase of Culver's food and ice cream will go to MCS social workers, to help assist students with various needs.

There will also be face painting!

This special event runs from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday, March 11, 2019, at Culver’s, 2307 S. Western Ave., Marion. We hope to see YOU there!
Posted: by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
News Blog Category - News By Myla Townsend

February is Career and Technical Education month. Technology programs and organizations all over the country have been working hard advancing their knowledge and showcasing their talents. Locally, what better way to celebrate than to recognize the Marion Regional Career Center?

At their annual Awards for Excellence event Tuesday, Feb. 26, the Indiana Department of Education recognized the Marion Regional Career Center’s Cybersecurity and Information Technology Academy. The event celebrates accomplished students, programs, and business partnerships in Career and Technical Education (CTE) throughout the state. This year, 43 CTE students, programs, and partnerships, both high school and college, were recognized at the event.

“Participation in Career and Technical Education provides students more opportunities for future endeavors,” said Dr. Jennifer McCormick, Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction. “Thank you to those being recognized for their support and dedication to creating successful CTE environments for Indiana’s students.”

Boasting their current 16 programs to choose from, the Marion Regional Career Center’s mission is to develop in every student’s technical, academic, and job readiness skills. MRCC offers programs in fields such as aviation, culinary arts, health, and information technology. Even more programs will be coming soon.


MRCC Director Mike Ripperger (second from left) and MRCC Cybersecurity and Information Technology teacher Dr. Travis Hueston accept the Award for Excellence from the Indiana Department of Education.



>> Click here to view a virtual tour of a few of the programs at MRCC

If interested in applying to a program at the Marion Regional Career Center, please contact Student Support and Community Specialist Nathan McNeely at 765-664-9091 or email him at nmcneely@marion.k12.in.us, or speak with your school's counselor.
Posted: by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
News Blog Category - News Under the leadership of choir director Bryce Conway, the Marion High School show choir’s have been traveling and competing around Indiana. The mixed choir, Innovations, and all female choir, the Marionettes, performed in two competitions during the month of February.

Innovations show choir traveled to perform in a competition held at Huntington North. Innovations won the 2nd place title in their division. They earned  9th place overall at the Huntington North competition. 

The Marionettes also performed, attending a competition held at Northridge. They won 7th place in their division.

>> Click here for information on the upcoming concert when you can watch these talented students right here in Marion!