Marathon

CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

1 Park St. Marathon, NY 13803

(607) 849-3251

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Jr. High Concert Wednesday night 10/20/2021


Parent Letter RE: Positive Case Sept 17th, 2021

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Parent Letter RE: Positive Case Sept 8th, 2021

Parent Letter RE: Positive Case Sept 2nd, 2021

Parent Letter RE: Positive Case August 31st, 2021


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Marathon CSD Mission

Embrace*Educate*Empower


Vision


​The Marathon Central School District will excel at graduating citizens who are college and career ready and able to pursue unlimited possibilities locally and globally.


Marathon Highlights:


  • All students UPK-12th are provided with free breakfast and lunch.

  • Every UPK-6th grade student is supplied with school supplies at the beginning of each year.

  • During 2018-2019, 107 students in grades 7th-12th completed 1,563 hours of community service.

  • Our Agriculture CTE program was fully implemented during 2018-2019, offering 3 Ag classes and an Ag internship.

  • This past school year, staff attended 118 different in-house and out of district professional development workshops.

  • The district has 2 UPK classes, educating 36 students.

  • Class sizes at Appleby average 17 students per class.  Class sizes in the Junior/Senior HS are generally between 14-17 students, with lower class sizes for elective classes.

  • The High School offers 32 electives for students to choose from.
  • Marathon offers 18 college level courses through TC3. Last year, 37 of our 9-12th grade students accumulated 996 college credit hours.  If families paid for this out of pocket, it would have totaled $180,276. Three seniors graduated with their associate's degree from TC3 prior to receiving their HS diploma.












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Respect and a Respectful Environment are paramount to our Jr./Sr. High and Elementary  Culture.  Please report any cases of harassment and/or bullying or any other concerns you have by any means you are comfortable with.  Your options could be but are not limited to: Filling out an incident form available in the office, filling out a DASA (Dignity for All Students Act) form from our "quick links" on the home page, speaking with any adults associated with the school (or a parent/guardian) or simply emailing, calling, or stopping into the office to speak with your principal.



The School District does not discriminate in employment or in the education programs and activities which it operates on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, religion, race, or handicap in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, or § 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the New York State Human Rights Law.