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Education

  • 8-19-15 School menus

    Breakfast
    MCHS additional menu item:  Pop-tart or cereal bar grab and go breakfast served in lobby daily
    Monday, Aug. 24 - Maple burstin’ mini pancakes and toast or cereal and toast, strawberry cup, crunchy apple, juice and milk
    Tuesday, Aug. 25 - Chicken and biscuit and toast or  cereal and toast, grape cluster, pear slices, juice and milk
    Wednesday, Aug. 26 - Pop-tarts and two toast or cereal and toast, juice, pineapple, peach cup and milk

  • Marion County High School Color Guard
  • MCHS launches Microsoft IT Academy Program to help equip students with 21st century skills

    “IDC estimates that there will be almost 30 million IT positions by 2015 needing skilled employees.”*

    Marion County High School announced the launch of the Microsoft IT Academy Program last week to equip students with real-world technology skills needed to thrive in the 21st century economy. Marion County High School joins more than 15,000 Microsoft IT Academies around the world. Students enrolled in Tara Tatum’s computer and technology applications classes will be participating in the program.

  • School board: Superintendent "between excellent and outstanding”

    After more than two hours of discussions in executive session that spanned two meetings, the Marion County Board of Education concluded its summative evaluation of Superintendent Taylora Schlosser on Aug. 13.

    And the board thinks she’s doing well, based on the statement issued at the of the Aug. 13 meeting.

    “The board met in closed session and we are pleased to render an evaluation rating of 3.64. This equates to an evaluation between excellent and outstanding,” Board Chairman Mike Cecil read from the joint statement.

  • School board meets Thursday

    The Marion County Board of Education is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, at the board office. The agenda appears below.

    I. Call to Order

    II. Pledge of Allegiance/Moment of Silence

    III. Communications

    - Superintendent report 

    - ACT scores presentation

    - Finance report

    - Upcoming tax rates

    - School donations

    IV. Student Learning Services

  • School menus: Aug. 12

    Breakfast
    MCHS additional menu item:  Pop-tart or cereal bar grab and go breakfast served in lobby daily
    Monday, Aug. 17 - Pancake and sausage on a stick with maple syrup and toast or cereal and toast, strawberry cup, crunchy apple, juice and milk
    Tuesday, Aug. 18 - Granola breakfast cookie and toast or cereal and toast, pears slices, grape clusters, juice and milk
    Wednesday, Aug. 19 - Scrambled eggs and toast or cereal and toast, peach cup pineapple chunks, juice and milk

  • 2015-16 MCPS CALENDAR

    • Aug. 5: First day of school
    • Sept. 7: Labor Day – no school
    • Oct. 6-10: Fall break
    • Oct. 13: No school (Staff development)
    • Nov. 3-4: No school (Election Day and staff development)
    • Nov. 26-28: Thanksgiving break
    • Dec. 22-Jan.2: Winter break
    • Jan. 19: No school (Martin Luther King Jr. Day)
    • Feb. 16: No school
    • April 6-10: Spring break
    • May 15: Last day for students

  • 8-5-15 School Menus

    Breakfast
    MCHS additional menu item:  Pop-tart or cereal bar grab and go breakfast served in lobby daily
    Monday, Aug. 10 - French toast with maple syrup and toast or cereal and toast, apple, strawberry cup, juice and milk
    Tuesday, Aug. 11 - Bacon, egg slider and toast or cereal and toast, pear slices, grape cluster, juice and milk
    Wednesday, Aug. 12 - Whole grain chocolate chip muffin and toast or cereal and toast, pineapple, peach cup, juice and milk

  • Schooling and Brady are winners at state communication day
  • Meet Marion County’s newest educators

    By Stephen Lega
    slega@lebanonenterprise.com

    Aug. 5 isn’t just the first day of school for Marion County students. It’s also the first day for new teachers in the school district.
    Across the county, Wednesday is the start of something new for math, science and reading teachers, as well as for at least one school counselor.
    The Enterprise attempted to contact those new educators to help introduce them to the community.
    Jennifer Blanford