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Students Will Return January 11th on Revised Hybrid Schedule

As of last evening, the Marion Center Area School District approved bringing students back to school on January 11th on a revised hybrid plan. We will remain on our current fully remote plan through the week of January 4th. The intent of the revised plan is to provide students with more instructional days (a combination of in-person and synchronous live streaming) and to allow us to transition in and out of school with ease, should we be asked to close due to positive cases within our buildings. We will be revisiting our plan at the January 25th board meeting. Click on "Read Full Story" for more information.
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Marion Center Elementary Buildings Moving to Fully Remote Tuesday, December 1st

This is a reminder that tomorrow at 11:00 AM all elementary students that have internet capability should log into their google classroom live stream to test their connection. Please have your child log on to their chromebook and open the green Google Classroom icon on the bottom of the screen. They will access the live stream by clicking on their homeroom teachers google classroom and selecting the meet link in the banner. The meet link will be accessible at 10:50AM for students to start logging in. Teachers will review the live streaming expectations with students. Attendance will be taken. We will be contacting all families that were not able to attend via the live stream. To view this week’s schedule for elementary students please click on "Read full story".
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Free remote learning meal packs for all students

M. C. Nutrition Services is offering free remote learning meal packs to all students. Packs of five breakfasts and five lunches are distributed each Monday evening at Rayne and McCreery elementary. To sign your children up to receive free remote learning meals visit our district website or call 724-397-5551 ext 1344.
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Marion Center Continues Hybrid Instructional Model

The Marion Center Area School District Board of School Directors votes to continue the current hybrid instructional model. Please click "read full story" for information on this decision as well as dates for virtual Q&A sessions, answers to FAQs, and a printable school calendar for November - January.
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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.
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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.
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School Picture Make up day

Lifetouch will be in the McCreery LGI on Friday, November 13, 2020 to photograph students who missed the original picture day or who would like retakes. High school students are scheduled from 8-10 am and elementary is 10am to 12 pm.
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