Marion CUSD #2

Teaching Tomorrow's Leaders Today!


  • Friend Watch allows a student, parent, or guardian to send an anonymous message to a

    counselor or administrator regarding a serious student concern.

    Any message that is sent will be acted upon appropriately and/or shared with the appropriate authorities.

    Click the Friend Watch Owl to send a message.

Kindergarten Registration

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Virtual Backpack

Who We Are . . . K-8

  • K-8

    The mission at Adams School is to bring together a diverse community of students in a safe, respectful, positive environment that encourages and supports all students in achieving academic excellence. The structure of the educational program allows students to remain in the same facility from kindergarten through 8th grade.

Who We Are . . . Pre-K

  • WCES  

     

    WCES

    The Williamson County Early Childhood Cooperative (WCECC) is a collaborative effort of the Carterville, Crab Orchard, Herrin, Johnston City, and Marion School Districts and the Illinois State Board of Education. The Early Childhood model includes PreK, Parental Training, Birth to Three and Family Literacy. WCECC emphasizes the relationship among early childhood education, parenting education and involvement, and future success in school. Click on this link for more information.

Who We Are . . . Extension Center/Credit Recovery

  • Extension Center

    Marion High School (MHS) Extension Center/Credit Recovery provides an alternative educational experience that values, respects, and responds to students' individual needs, learning styles, and goals. Upon completion of the program, students will have met the standards requirements for a MHS diploma. The Extension Center is a school of choice for at-risk students and uses innovative approaches to create a caring, learning environment that is academically challenging while addressing the needs of the whole child.  Phone: (618)996-2099 Fax: (618)996-2088

  • The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students who are 18 years of age or older
    ("eligible students") certain rights with respect to the student's education records. 
    Click HERE to read these rights.

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