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Mask Mandate Parent Letter

Click on "Read full story" to view the parent letter sent home with students regarding the mask mandate starting Tuesday, September 7th.

Mask Mandate

The mask order issued by the DOH and Governor Wolf as of yesterday has sparked additional concern and questions with in our school community. Currently, I am working with our school solicitor to provide clarity to the order. It is clear that all students and staff are required to wear a mask while in the building beginning September 7th. It is also clear that the district must follow the order, as it is a mandate. If the district does not enforce the order, we are subject to willful negligence charges. As of now, I ask everyone to please reference the order set forth by the acting secretary of the department of health. Also please reference the link to the FAQs posted by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. It is my goal to provide our students with a letter to bring home tomorrow that will outline the expectations set forth within the order and how our district intends to enforce those expectations. Thank you for your understanding. Clint Weimer, Superintendent

Marion Center Cyber Registration

If you plan to enroll your child in the Marion Center Cyber Academy for the 2021-22 school year, please click the link to complete the form by Friday, September 3rd at noon. If you have questions regarding the district's cyber program, please contact the Mr. Peterson in the High School Office at 724-397-5551 Ext. 1000.

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.
Rayne Elementary Principal, Mrs. Susan DeVaughn

Principal's Message

Dear Rayne Families,
Many times teachers (and principals) are asked by parents, "What can I do at home to help my child be successful at school?"  Our answer is quite simple. "Read with your child every day."  Before, during, and after the reading. . . praise your child, talk about the story, ask questions, visualize the story, offer information, share personal reactions, and relate the story to life experiences.  Most of all, remember to enjoy the story together, and let your child see that reading is fun.  Cherish this special time together!  
Thank you!
Susan DeVaughn