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Turn on just about any television station this time of year and you’re bound to find a holiday movie or two (or hundred if you’re watching the Hallmark channel). The...

* Published by Bill Flynn, Board of Education Member As a member of the board of education, I take my role in serving our schools and community seriously and this includes en...

* Published by Nan Dill, President Mariemont City Schools Board of Education Last week at its monthly meeting, the Board of Education unanimously approved the October update ...

As I visit homes and talk with residents about our upcoming ballot issue, I have heard the rumor that the district hasn’t taken care of the high school facility and this i...

*Published by Tom Golinar, Treasurer/CFO Mariemont City Schools has a combined 2.5-mill operating and a 5.75-mill permanent improvement issue before voters on the November 6 ...

It has been great to spend so much time with members of our community over the past few weeks as I visit homes and events to share facts and answer questions about our important...

* Published by John Getgey, Community Project Team Member The Community Project Team was a group of residents, parents, teachers, business leaders and taxpayers who came toge...

* Published by Phil Forbes, Community Finance Committee Member   I know that we live in an excellent school district.  I also understand that the combined operat...

Welcome back! I always love the beginning of a new school year when we can feel the excitement and the possibilities of what can be accomplished in the year ahead are limitle...

During the annual State of the Schools address last January, Mariemont City Schools unveiled a new campaign called The Mariemont Experience: Defined. Our district is truly one o...

On April 9, 2018, the Board of Education heard recommendations from the Community Project Team and the Finance Team regarding the potential scope and budget for a Mariemont High...

It feels like just yesterday we were sending our children off to the first day of school, but suddenly we find ourselves turning into the homestretch of the 2017-18 school year....

Since the Mariemont High School Master Facility Plan process was announced nearly two years ago, community involvement has been a key focus. As I have shared in my blogs, podcas...

If you’ve ever seen an episode of The Brady Bunch or Happy Days, you’ll know a lot has changed in the last 50 or so years. Transportation, communication, technology ...

Self-driving cars? Robots taking away jobs?  A cell phone around the wrist?  There was a time not too long ago when all of this seemed far-fetched.  But not anymo...

It’s hard to believe that we have already made it to November and the second quarter of the 2017-18 school year. I love a lot about this time of year – college footb...

As the weeks fly by in another school year, our students have quickly gotten back into their routines – focusing on academics, participating in extracurricular activities ...

If you had the opportunity to read the latest edition of our news magazine, The Experience, last week, you know that our community has important decisions to make in the coming ...

2017-18 to Destination 2026

August 16, 2017

Welcome back to what is sure to be another great year in Mariemont City Schools!  I hope your summer was a time for some rest and relaxation and spending valuable time with...

If I were a high school student, I would have graduated with the class of 2017 this past weekend. As unbelievable as it always is, the passing of time has put me at the end of m...

As an educator for more than 20 years I know that great schools involve their residents in the decisions and happenings of the school district. From advisory councils, to senior...

Our financial annual report is an important document for us to share each year with our community. It provides information on the financial health of our district; it highlights...

In my work as superintendent, I have many priorities to ensure we’re creating the best experience for all of our students. One of these priorities centers on the social an...

Last week, we hosted our district’s 7th Annual State of the Schools Address, in which I discussed our schools – our accomplishments, our success stories, our challen...

If you have a fifth or sixth grade student in our school district this year or if you know one, chances are you’ve heard about our new Explorations program. Launched th...