Marysville Exempted Village Schools District

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Marysville Exempted Village School District
Location
Marysville, Ohio
Information
School board Sue Devine - President, Ed Pleasant -Vice President, Amy Powers, Dick Smith, Brian Luke
Superintendent Diane Mankins
School code 045476
Staff 200+
Teaching staff 300+(ATS: $54,307)[1]
Grades K-12
Enrollment 5,243[2](PPS: $9,625)[3]
 • Other

ratings: 2008/2009-    excellent 2007/2008-    effective 2006/2007-    effective 2005/2006-    excellent 2004/2005-    excellent 2003/2004-    excellent 2002/2003-    continuous improvement

2001/2002-    effective [4]
Student to teacher ratio 17.7(2008-2009)[5]
Education system public
Colour(s) Red/Blue
Athletics conference Ohio Capital Conference
Mascot Lion
Team name Monarchs
Revenue $58,668,469(2008)[6]
Graduates 94.6%(2007-2008)[7]
Website

Marysville Exempted Village Schools District, which according to its web site hosts “over 5000 students consisting of five elementary schools (K-4), one intermediate school (5-6), one middle school (7-8), one Early College High School (9-12), and one high school (9-12) and employs “over 300 teachers and 200 support staff.” Marysville High School (Ohio) is a fairly new building, having been constructed in the 1990s, with recent additions made. The Early College High School was opened in August 2014, in this "ECHS" or "STEM" school students have the option to choose a pathway for the career field that best interests them, such as Engineering, Integrated Technologies, and Health Science. The school district’s mascot is the “Monarch,” usually portrayed by a lion. Both the Middle and High Schools have wrestling, football, basketball, baseball, softball, lacrosse, track, volleyball, and golf teams, and the High School sports an award winning marching band. Other student activities include Art and Writing clubs, Student Councils, Swim Team, FFA, “In the Know,” Choir (and Show Choir), among many others.[8] The wrestling team has a storied history, winning six league championships, and producing three state champions.[9]

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