District News
Good Apple Awards 2014-2015

Good Apple Awards were given at the April Board Meeting.
Recipents were Dave Dzmura, MHS; Cari Grome, Raymond; Machelle McKinney, Mill Valley; Allie Burghart, Creekview; Becky Turk, Edgewood; Scot McLemore, Board Office; Heather Ferson, BMS; Angela Gledhill, Northwood; board members, Sue Devine, Amy Powers, Ed Pleasant; Kaylee Port, BMS; board member Brian Luke, Carol Cusak, Navin; and board member Dick Smith.  Absent was Bruce Daniels, ECHS.
 
Congratulations to our Girls & Boys Track & Field on placing 1st!
 
MHS Swingers Unlimited at National Competition
The Marysville High School Swingers Unlimited promised to make Marysville proud and they achieved their goal!  The Show Choir competed at the FAME Show Choir National Finals this past weekend against 18 top show choirs from all over the nation at the historic Genesee Theater in Waukegan, Illinois.  The group qualified for the national competition when they came in 3rd place at the FAME Orlando qualifying event in March.  Not only did the Swingers bring home the 3rd runner up trophy, their director, Jeremy Alfera, received the 2015 Best Arranger Award.  In addition to directing the Swingers Unlimited, Alfera arranges music for choirs across the country.  Junior Sammy Williams was also honored when she was presented with the Best Female Stage Presence Award. 
 
Business of the Year Award

The 2014 Union County Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year Award was presented to Marysville Exempted Village School District Thursday, April 16.  Pictured above, from left, chamber president Joseph Mitchell, school board member Richard Smith, Marysville Superintendent Diane Mankins, school board members Sue Devine, Amy Powers and Ed Pleasant and event keynote speaker Kenny McDonald, chief economic officer for Columbus 2020.
 
Marysville Schools SACC Program
Go to SACC Registration for more information about Summer Day Camp and Fall Programs Registration Night Tuesday, May 5th. 
Informative for Parents, Fun for Kids
 
Congratulations to Japanese program
Marysville Schools Japanese program will receive a $20,000 grant.  The grant was sponsored by Honda of America through the Honda Foundation. We applied for $25000 under the Basic Philanthropic Grant Application. We were just notified that we received $20000 to support our Student Exchange Program with our sister-city Yorii. Congratulations!  
Marysville Schools Receives Award
 
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