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Spectator Update

The Heritage Conference met on September 21 at 1:00pm to discuss the recent ruling on House Bill 2787 and Governor Wolf’s veto of that bill. The PIAA has issued the following statement to schools, “PDE’s request that schools voluntarily adhere to the 25 and 250 caps recognizes that they, at least for the moment, are not mandatory and adherence is up to each school.” The Heritage Conference decided by a member vote to issue each student athlete 2 tickets to be used by family members for both home and away events. This includes Volleyball, Cross Country, and Football. Marching Band and Cheer will only participate at home events and will be issued 2 ticket per student at those events. Marion Center is committed to provide a safe environment for our student and community and will be adhering to the face covering and social distancing requirements. The Marion Center silver and gold passes issued to our community members unfortunately cannot be honored at this time, only two tickets can be awarded per athlete.

USDA Summer Food Service Program Extention

All children enrolled in the district will be served free meals! USDA announced the extension of the Summer Food Service Program and MCASD has chosen to participate. All kids will be able to eat free, with or without an application on file. *Eligible families should fill out the Free and Reduced Meal Application for the 2020-21 school year. Funding for our schools depends on our Free/Reduced percentage.

Free Meals for ALL Students

The USDA has extended the summer FREE meal program. All students can now eat FREE breakfast and lunch. Please see attached file for more information.

Updated Health and Safety Plan

The Marion Center Area School Board approves an updated Health and Safety Plan that includes updates on face masks based upon the Governor's face mask order issued on August 17th. The district is also providing a 3rd option for students to return to school virtually for grades PreK-6 for families not ready to send their students back right away.
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Our Mission

The mission of the Marion Center Area School District is to serve the community by challenging and educating all students to be responsible and productive citizens of a global society
 
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Mr. Jioio, HS Principal

Principal's Message

As the Principal of Marion Center Junior/Senior High School I truly believe that our staff, students, and community are committed to success in academics, athletics, and co-curricular activities. This success happens because of our students’ strong work ethic, our caring and exceptional staff, and a very supportive community. Marion Center High School students experience success when they are committed to school, maintain good attendance, come prepared for class, and participate in school-wide activities.
Please use this website as a resource that will enhance communication that will help us to work together as partners for the common goal of what is best for our growing and developing children. With all of us working together, communicating and openly exchanging ideas, we will equip our children with the essentials to succeed in school and in life.