MCS Kindergarten Registration

Marietta City Schools will hold a Kindergarten registration for the 2019-2020 school year on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, from 8:00 am - 3:00 pm at the Board of Education office, 111 Academy Drive, Marietta, OH.

Children must be five years of age on or before August 1, 2019 to attend Kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year.

Parents/guardians are asked to bring the child’s official birth certificate with stamped seal, immunization record, as well as divorce, separation or custody papers showing legal guardianship.  Proof of residency in the school district, such as a bill or rental agreement identifying the physical address is also required.

It is not necessary to bring your child to Kindergarten registration.

For further information or questions you may call Lesa at 740-376-2468, ext 8110.


Board of Education Office


Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week

The Boys & Girls Club of Washington County is joining with the National AfterSchool Association (NAA) to celebrate the professionals that are at the heart of our program during “Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week” April 22-26, 2018.

We believe our afterschool professionals make a difference in the lives of the young people at our Club. We encourage everyone to join us this week in thanking our team of afterschool professionals for their service to our Club and the students they help.

Why is it important to recognize Afterschool Professionals?

An estimated 10.2 million children participate in an afterschool program each year. Today, afterschool programs are viewed as much more than just childcare. They are widely credited as the way to enhance education in STEM, literacy, the arts, social and emotional learning, health and wellness, and more. With that demand comes increased responsibility on the estimated 850,000 of professionals who are making a difference in the lives of our children. 

What is Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week?

Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week is a joint effort of community partners, afterschool programs, youth and child care workers, and individuals who have committed to dedicating time to recognize and appreciate those who work with youth during out-of-school hours. The week is marked by celebrations and public relations efforts to encourage people to thank afterschool professionals serving children in programs and organizations across the nation.

Who is an Afterschool Professional?

An Afterschool Professional is someone who works with children and youth in diverse school and community-based settings to provide a wide variety of extended learning opportunities and care during out-of-school hours. Currently, there is an estimated 850,000 afterschool professionals in the US.

How can I thank an Afterschool Professional?

  • Write a post on social media, tag our Club in it and use the hashtag “#heartofafterschool”

  • Give a hand-written card from you and/or your child to an afterschool professional in your life

  • Send an email to an afterschool professional or their supervisor describing why that person is appreciated

April 22 - 26, 2019 is Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week! This event recognizes those who work with and on behalf of youth during out-of-school hours. The week is marked by celebrations encouraging people to thank the afterschool professionals who make a difference in the lives of young people.

Equity & Inclusion

Today’s #BGCWeek theme is Equity & Inclusion. At the Boys & Girls Club, we maintain an environment that welcomes all children, no matter who they are, where they come from, or what their situation is. The purpose of the Boys & Girls Club is for kids to have a place they can call home outside of their real home.

Since 1941, the Boys & Girls Club Movement has celebrated National Boys & Girls Club Week by recognizing the invaluable service Clubs bring to communities and sharing how great futures start at Boys & Girls Clubs.