Day before MCS schools start
‘Let’s get the kids in here’: Classes begins today...
by Michelle Babcock
01:15 AM, Wednesday, August 05
MARIETTA — About 9,000 students are expected to walk through the doors of 11 schools today, as the first day of class begins for Marietta City Schools. Last year the district served about 8,800 students. This year, more than half of Marietta’s stu...

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