MCS Simulated Workplace

An e-newsletter and Adobe Spark presentation that I created to promote Marion City Schools' Simulated Workplace initiative.

School Quality Profile

Pamphlet designed to promote the school district and tell the story that families/residents can't see by merely seeing the state report card. I wrote most of the copy and led a team that created our district's first School Quality Profile.

Press releases (Marion City Schools)

Press releases written to educate public about Marion City Schools programs and events.

MCS to use technology to address soft skills gap

Funding from an innovative state grant will enable Marion City Schools to harness technology to teach students soft skills. The Straight A Fund Governing Board recommended awarding a $623,605 Straight A Innovation Fund Grant to partners Rushmore Academy, Harding High School and the Mahoning County Educational Service Center. The grant will cover costs of working with the Kent State University Research Center for Educational Technology to create an educational simulated workplace model.

Marion City Schools to offer Harding students support after graduation

The Marion City Schools District and its partners are preparing to embark on a new program dedicated to helping students succeed after they graduate from high school. Presidential Pathway, part of the Diploma Plus Acceptance initiative, will offer college and career counseling to Marion Harding High School graduates throughout the year after they graduate. The support will be provided by a team of Harding guidance counselors, GEAR UP advisors and staff from Marion Technical College and The Ohio State University at Marion.

Newsletter stories (Marion City Schools)

Stories written for MCS Community Connections newsletter to promote initiatives and cover district events.

Muriel Summers inspires MCS on Convocation Day

Muriel Summers, an educator known worldwide for her influence on student leadership, began to tear up as she talked about her own fourth-grade teacher. She remembered Miss Rose fondly for taking time each day to express her love to students. “I can’t tell you too much about what she taught me,” Summers said while speaking at Marion City Schools’ Convocation Day on Tuesday. “But I can tell you how she made me feel. I spent my life trying to make her proud. “Can one person make a difference? She did for us and you can for the children whom you serve.”

Website copy

Website copy created to promote district and utilize website as content hub for the district. 


Flyers designed to promote Marion City Schools' initiatives and educate the public about procedures including our safety training.