Save the Six
Currently, Marion County High School is on a six block schedule. Next year, there will be seven blocks in a school day. With this change, it reduces each class by 6 minutes. This may not seem like a lot, but in an entire school year it takes us 18 days. This takes away much needed class time, especially for core classes. Many students take Advanced Placement classes, in which time is very precious. The teachers and students need to keep the six block schedule to keep the amount of time for teaching information the same.