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Welcome to East Marion Elementary School!

  • East Marion Elementary School’s Food Drive for Interfaith

    The GRAND TOTAL for the Food Drive at East Marion Elementary School was 4,127 Food Items. That was incredible!  Our goal was 2 food items per student and we surpassed our goal about 2, 000 items.  I was amazed at the turn out and the support of the students, the staff and the community.  When Interfaith came out to pick up the food they said we had the largest food drive of any elementary schools in the county.  Ms. Wylie’s class earned the pizza party with a whopping total of 1,101 food items.


    East Marion Elementary School strives to create an environment which ensures quality learning conditions for our children within a nurturing, safe environment.  East Marion staff members will actively engage all students in the learning process and teach students to become critical thinkers, problem solvers and life-long learners.


    Character Word of the Month




    • Be kind
    • Forgive Others
    • Help others in need
    • Express thanks


    MARION Title I, Part A Parental Involvement Plan


    “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”  Nelson Mandela

    No Bullying


     Box Tops for Education Box Tops for Education: It’s Box Tops time again, so clip the "Box Tops for Education coupons from General Mills products", your child can turn them into their homeroom or the front office in care of Beckie Penuel or Guidance. We raised hundreds of dollars last year with this simple program. Each Box Top earns us 10 cents!

    Click here to view our East Marion School Supply List.  


    Click here for a flyer published by FLDOE to inform families about the FSA


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2015-2016 Parent Survey


    Parents, Marion County Public Schools wants to hear from you. The district and its 53 schools want to know how they can better serve students, parents, caregivers, and other stakeholders in our local community. With parents taking more interest in their children’s education, the district’s latest Parent Survey is now available online and at each school.


    Parents can access the survey at www.marionschools.net/parentsurvey. The survey is available in both English and Spanish.

Important Information

  • Student's School Day -- 7:45 AM - 2:05 PM
    Extended Day -- 6:30 AM - 7:40 AM and 2:05 PM - 6:00 PM
    Extended Day Fee Schedule
    Breakfast Served -- 7:15 - 7:45 AM
    Teacher Day -- 7:05 AM - 2:50 PM
    Early Release Times -- 12:05 PM
    School Office Hours -- 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    Breakfast: Free for all children
    Lunch: Free for all children
    Adult Lunch: $2.75

    Phone Numbers

    • School Phone 352-671-4810
    • Cafeteria 352-671-4817
    • Guidance 352-671-4812
    • FAX 352-671-4811
    • Clinic 352-671-4818