Marion City Schools Superintendent is Resigning

Marion City Schools Superintendent Gary Barber has announced his intention to resign at the end of his current contract year on July 31st. Barber has been instrumental in establishing the district’s Four Pillars for success that includes Literacy Collaborative at the elementary level, the Diploma Plus Acceptance program at the high school, and Next Generational Learning Environments and The Leader in Me throughout the district. His efforts have attracted statewide recognition to the district. Barber came to Marion four years ago from Big Walnut School District where he served as assistant superintendent for six years. Prior to that he served as an assistant principal and high school principal in the South-Western City School District.


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