• Marion County Public Schools may record online classroom sessions utilizing third-party platforms (Zoom, Google Classroom, etc.).  These recordings will only be used for educational purposes and may be shared on other learning platforms.  If you do not want your child’s image or identifying information recorded, utilize your device/platform controls to stop the camera feed from your device.

  • Parent Technical Support Hotline number

    (352) 867-2100

    7:30-4:30 Monday -Friday

  • Adventure Awaits

    This summer, elementary students are invited to participate in an online enrichment opportunity to keep learning happening and their minds engaged! The theme is “Adventure Awaits!” Students and their families will embark on a new adventure each week, beginning June 15 through July 9, including the exploration of outer space, diving deep into the world’s oceans, telling stories with castles and dragons, and experiencing the Great Outdoors! These online opportunities include activities for K-2 and 3-5 students and there will be both online and downloadable options for families to utilize at home.


    To support the students’ adventures, materials packs will be available at each school while supplies last. These packs will include school supplies and household items that can be used to complete their hands-on projects. More information regarding the material pack distribution at school sites coming soon.


    The adventure awaits our students on the Community Reads! website through a special link. Just look for the BOOK!



  • “Parking Lot Wi-Fi” is now available at six schools and coming to four more. Dunnellon High, Fort McCoy K-8, Lake Weir Middle, North Marion High, North Marion Middle, and Vanguard High parking lots now offer free Wi-Fi service Monday-Friday from 9AM-7PM.  Users simply drive into the parking lot, log in, and access learning materials online. Additional schools receiving the service in the immediate future include Belleview Middle, Forest High, Horizon Academy at Marion Oaks, and West Port High. This service is provided through a partnership with the City of Ocala.

  • The Florida Department of Health wants Florida residents to participate in a new COVID-19 Community Action Survey at www.strongerthanc19.comThe anonymous two-minute survey asks a brief series of questions to help inform and improve the state’s response to COVID-19.  The goal is to help flatten the curve of this coronavirus impact.

  • “Grab & Go” meal service  Click here to see updated delivery sites including 20 schools that prepare and deliver to 140-plus locations.  Children do not have to be present to be served; however, parents/family members must present appropriate legal identification to pick up those meals on their children’s behalf.  Families can call 211 or text “FoodFL” to 877-7877 for their nearest serving location.  This program serves ALL children 18 and under regardless of whether they walk or ride a bicycle, bus or car to school and continues Monday-Friday until classes resume.