We want our students to succeed, both here at Marietta Public Schools and after they graduate high school and move on to college and careers. Please check this page often for updates from our school counselors, information about special services, and other student resources.
Our school counselors are here to help your child have successful educational experiences by providing guidance classes, small group meetings, and other resources. Please feel free to contact them with your questions or concerns.
High School Counselor
High School Counselor
Elementary School Counselor
Middle School Counselor
Primary School Counselor
CHILD FIND - STUDENTS AGES 0-3 OR SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
MARIETTA PUBLIC SCHOOL FOSTER CARE PLAN
The Marietta Public School District is committed to provide all students with sound educational experiences. The plan is to address the requirement for foster care provisions under Title I of Essa which require State Educational Agencies (SDE) and Local Educational Agencies (LEAs) to collaborate with Child Welfare Agencies (CWAs) to ensure educational stability and minimize educational disruptions for children in foster care. See our full plan below.
Indian Education services include assistance information, appropriate professional development, and collaborative efforts to bridge the gap between the state, tribal nations, and schools. In order to apply for a formula grant under the Indian Education Program, your child's school must determine the number of Indian children enrolled. You may complete and submit this Title VII/Indian Education Eligibility Form if you would like the school to count your child for this purpose.
One goal of the Marietta School District is to help develop the potential of the gifted and talented by providing a qualitative, differentiated program that takes into consideration the individual learning styles and special abilities of each student. The district’s Gifted and Talented coordinator coordinates the efforts of teachers who identify and serve these students.
Marietta Indians are committed to preventing bullying. We expect all students to follow these anti-bullying rules:
As Marietta Indians, we refuse to bully.
We will treat each other respectfully.
We will include students who feel left out.
We will report bullying to a trusted adult at school or home.