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JUSTICE INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS ARE RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE, AND SAFE.

HAVE A SAFE SUMMER!!!!!!!!!

Remember ~ We need you reading 15 minutes a day!!  Here is a great place to start.....
http://www.bookitsummer.com/

REMINDER............PARENTS OF STUDENTS WHO ARE GOING TO BE 6TH GRADERS.......GET YOUR DOCTOR APPOINTMENT NOW FOR HIS/HER 6TH GRADE IMMUNIZATIONS........... TDap - Meningitis - 2nd Varicella (chicken pox).....

See you in August!!


 

MCS registration begins this month

Posted on Jun. 08 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
Registration for the 2015-16 school year at Marion Community Schools will begin later this month.

Online registration is set to open on June 29. Families with students who were enrolled at an MCS school last year can register their students online.  For more information, click here.

The online registration process can be completed at any Internet-connected computer (including the public stations available at Marion Public Library). However, computer/Internet access and staff assistance will also be available during our on-site registration days, set for 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. July 21 and 22 at Marion High School, 750 W. 26th St. (This will be the location for registration for all MCS schools, K-12. Staff from all school buildings will be available on those days at Marion High School.) Parking is available along 26th Street and Carey Street on the west side of the building. For more information, click here. 

Those with students who are new to MCS should plan to attend our on-site registration days to provide needed documentation and information, including proof of residence (such as a recent utility bill with your name and address), and the name and contact information for the school your student most recently attended, along with any health/allergy information.

Textbook fees and deposits can also be paid online as part of the registration process, or at the on-site registration days (where you can avoid the online payment processing fee).

A note for Tucker Career and Technology Center students: MHS students will register for TCTC classes during the regular registration process outlined above. However, TCTC has separate times set for county students who will attend in the fall: July 22 and 23, between 8 and 11 a.m. or 12:30 and 3:30 p.m. For more information, click here to visit the TCTC website.

More information about MCS enrollment is available in the “Enrollment” section of the MCS website.

FREE summer meals available to all kids in Marion

Posted on Jun. 01 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
Originally posted April 28, 2015

Marion Community Schools is a Summer Food Service Program participant. Free breakfast and lunch is available to the public (to anyone 18 or younger) as follows this summer:
  • Breakfast will be served from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Monday through Friday, June 1 through June 26 (at Allen Elementary School AND Marion High School) and July 6 through July 31 (at Marion High School only).
  • Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, June 1 through June 26 (at Allen Elementary School AND Marion High School) and July 6 through July 31 (at Marion High School only).
(MCS summer session students are also provided free breakfast and lunch, but there are separate meal times for those students: 7:30 to 8 a.m. for breakfast, and 11 to 11:30 a.m. for lunch.)

>> Please help us spread the word to anyone in need! Click here to download/print a brochure to distribute!

The Summer Food Service Program for Children was created to serve nutritious meals to children when the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Program meals are not available. Under this program, free meals are provided to all eligible children ages 1 to 18 as well as people with disabilities, regardless of age, who participate in a special education program.

Acceptance and participation requirements for the program are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Students organize donation drive to help kids at MGH

Posted on May. 18 2015 by Patricia Gibson, Communications Director
Two Justice Intermediate students are looking for help to make a difference in the lives of local children who are sick and in the hospital.

Isabelle Bento and Shelby Harrison have started a donation drive, and they hope their fellow Justice students and the school staff will consider helping. They're collecting coloring books, crayons (24-count or less), and kid-friendly movies, which will be donated to Marion General Hospital's pediatrics department. (When Isabelle and Shelby contacted MGH, the folks there suggested these as a great gift that is in high demand at the hospital!)

The two have coordinated a competition between all first-period classes at the school, and at Little Giants Preschool, housed within the Justice building. One winning class from each grade (fifth and sixth) will be awarded with a donut party on the last day of school (Tuesday, May 26). If a preschool class collects more items than the fifth or sixth grade classes, they will get a donut party too. Donations will be collected Thursday, May 14, through Friday, May 22.

We are impressed with the initiative taken by these two students to help those dealing with difficult circumstances, and we're happy to help!

A Patriot's Mission

I am a Justice Intermediate Patriot.
 I take pride in: my home, my school and my community.
Learning is my top priority.
I respect my parents, my teachers and most of all myself.
I am Respectful
I am Responsible
I am Smart 
I am Talented
And I will Achieve

A Patriot's Beliefs

P:      Positive attitudes
A:      Academic success and achieving fullest potential
T:      Treating each other in a caring respectful way
R:      Respect yourself, others, and our home
I:       Incorporate a sense of pride and integrity
O:     Observe a safe environment
T:      Thinking of success in Society