District News
Marysville Schools Receives Award
Open House for STEM Early College High School
On Wednesday, March 18th, Marysville Schools hosted an Open House for the STEM Early College High School. The event was extremely well attended by community members and business partners. The evening was introduced by two Early College students Garrett Hosterman and Robbie Moots. Both students expressed their passion and enthusiasm for learning in their new innovative school. Additionally, Superintendent Mankins shared her excitement for this “one of a kind” school. She told the community, “The collaboration taking place between higher education, private and public business has developed well beyond our dreams.”

Listen to what Governor Kasich had to say to those that attended the open house.

Show Choir performs in Orlando - Congratulations on being 2nd Runner Up!

The Marysville High School Show Choir Swingers Unlimited recently competed in the FAME National Show Choir Championship Series in Orlando, Florida and brought back to Marysville the second runner up trophy. In addition, the Swingers won "Best Crew" honors and Senior Rachel Larkin was awarded the Best Female Performer at the competition. By placing 3rd, the group qualified for the FAME Show Choir National Finals and will be traveling to Chicago the weekend of April 24th & 25th to compete against the top show choirs in the nation. "It's a great honor to be asked to compete at FAME Nationals and I know our kids are up to the challenge" said Jeremy Alfera, Director of the Swingers Unlimited. The Marysville Choral Boosters hope to raise enough money so all the Swingers can travel to Chicago. Any individual or company that would like to sponsor the group can go to gofundme.com/swingersunlimited. Along with the Bunsold Mini Swingers, the Swingers Unlimited will be performing their competition show for the Marysville community on April 20th, 7pm at Marysville High School. The performance is free.


Congratulations Destination Imagination Winners!
Saturday, March 14 was the Region 4 Destination Imagination Tournament.  This is a day to showcase and celebrate the solutions that our young, creative problem solvers have developed.  There were over 130 teams from all over central Ohio.  The competition was held at Reynoldsburg Summit High School.  We are very grateful all of our coaches and parents that spend many hours helping our children prepare for their challenges.   All of our other teams placed in the top 10!  All of the children and coaches did a great job, Marysville was proudly represented!  Thanks to all of our coaches:  Amanda Mason, Kathy Ellington, Kristina Paver, James McHie, Brian Shafer, Machelle Sharrock, Nancy Seger, Sarah Bolyard, Amy Christian, Natalie Collins.  We had kids represented in grades 3-8 this year!  Two of our teams will be heading to the state tournament!
Congratulations to Wrestlers!
Congratulations goes out to State Wrestling Champion Taleb Rahmani and State Runner up Alex Sepeda. 
2015-2016 Kindergarten
See KINDERGARTEN INFORMATION for all the 2015-2016 details. 
Calamity Day Update: March 11th
Due to dense fog, Marysville EV Schools were closed Wednesday, March 11th. 

Here is a K-12 calamity day update as of today so you are able to plan accordingly.  

On Monday, March 16th, K-12 students will be attending school as part of the calamity day make-up plan.  This will be a RED Kindergarten day. 

Due to K-6 students utilizing their 12th calamity day today, K-6 students will be attending school on Friday, May 29th, as well as on Monday, June 1st, as a part of the calamity day make-up plan.  May 29th will be a BLUE Kindergarten day.  June 1st will be a RED Kindergarten day.

Due to 7-12 students utilizing their 11th calamity day today, 7-11 students will now be attending school on Friday, May 29th.  Due to graduation taking place on May 23rd for our seniors, we will continue to closely monitor the state of Ohio required amount of hours.  If additional calamity days and or delays continue to occur, we will be sure to communicate an update to our seniors and their parents on how hours will be made up prior to graduation, if needed. 

What about Blizzard Bags? 
Currently, K-6 students are required to complete Blizzard Bags 1, 2 and 3 .  Here are specific K-6 Blizzard Bag due dates:
*Blizzard Bag 1 = March 9th
*Blizzard Bag 2 = March 9th 
*Blizzard Bag 3 = March 12th

Currently, 7-12 students are required to complete Blizzard Bags 1, 2 and 3.  Here are specific 7-12 Blizzard Bag due dates:
*Blizzard Bag 1 = March 9th
*Blizzard Bag 2 = March 12th
*Blizzard Bag 3 = March 18th

Any new updates with calamity days will be communicated via email and our district website.  
Raymond DI Team Helps Wounded Warrior Project

The Raymond Elementary Destination Imagination Team held its first ever Dodge Ball Tournament on Sunday, February 22nd. Fourth grade team members Jayden Deardorff, Jared Larriuz, Brady Seger, Emerson Trapp, Meghan Morey, Abigail McElfresh and Griffin Johnson organized the event, raising $530 for the Wounded Warrior Project. 50 elementary students from Raymond and Marysville threw dodge balls for a great cause. Jason Heard, local veteran, coach and Raymond dad spoke to the crowd before the tournament encouraging the crowd to help wounded veterans by building awareness and offering financial support. Destination Imagination encourages kids to have fun, take risks, focus on challenges that incorporate science, technology, engineering, math, art and service learning. Destination Imagination teams are made up of 7 students that work together to learn and experience the creative problem solving process. They have to understand the challenge, imagine options, work together on the answer, make decisions, agree on the best solution and evaluate their results. Teams get to showcase their solutions at tournaments. This Raymond team chose to tackle the service learning challenge where they identified a need and developed a service project to address that need. The team will compete in the Regional Destination Imagination competition in Reynoldsburg March 14th.


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