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Education

  • Wise will compete at Derby festival spelling bee

    Chloe Wise, fourth grade student at Glasscock Elementary School, will be attending The Kentucky Derby Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 11, at the Kentucky Center for the Arts in Louisville. The Spelling Bee will be held in Bomhard Theater.
    Wise, was the winner of the Marion County Ham Day’s Spelling Bee, which was sponsored by Marion County Farm Bureau.
    Wise is the daughter of Tara Tatum and Joe Darrell Wise of Lebanon.

  • Farm bureau scholarship applications are available

    Marion County Farm Bureau will be awarding six $500 scholarships to current high school seniors and one $500 scholarship to a current college student. Applicants must be a Marion County Farm Bureau member or the child of a member. Applications can be picked up from the Marion County High School counselor’s office or at the Marion County Farm Bureau office on Metts Drive. Applications are due March 24. For more information, contact the Marion County Farm Bureau Office at 270-692-3281.

  • Calvary Elementary Jr. Beta Club competes at convention
  • School board to vote on MCPS makeover

    Mary Jean Blake, the mother of a Marion County Public Schools student, was the only person who requested to speak at the second District Facilities Plan Public Forum on Feb. 22. And she was there to voice her support of the committee’s reorganization plan, which, if approved, would result to a sixth/seventh grade center, an eighth/ninth grade center and a 10th-12th grade center.

  • Marion County District Schools Facilities Plan
  • Proposed transportation plan for 2017-18 school year
  • ‘What we’re doing right now is not working’

    Parents throughout Marion County have questions and concerns about a proposed plan to reconfigure the county’s two middle schools and high school, which is why District 1 Marion County Board of Education Member Carrie Truitt held one of several scheduled town hall meetings last week.
    Approximately 21 people, including children, attended a town hall meeting in Bradfordsville Thursday evening. Truitt, along with School Board Vice Chairman Kaelin Reed, spoke and answered questions for nearly two hours.

  • MCPS one step closer to extreme makeover

    Local parents and educators expressed their opinions about the proposed plan to reconfigure the county’s two middle schools and high school during the first District Facilities Plan Public Forum last week. And while some people are still very much opposed to the idea, the Local Facilities Plan Committee unanimously voted in favor of the plan, which has been submitted to the Kentucky Department of Education.

  • 2-22-17 School Menus

    Breakfast
    Elementary schools

    Monday, Feb. 27: sausage cheese burrito w/sauce and toast or cereal and toast, apple wedge, pineapple, jelly, juice, and milk.
    Tuesday, Feb. 28: whole grain chocolate chip muffin and toast or cereal and toast, orange wedges, peaches, jelly, juice, and milk.
    Wednesday, March 1: bacon, egg slider and toast or cereal and toast, banana, pineapple chunks, jelly, and milk.
    Thursday, March 2: sausage breakfast pizza and toast or cereal and toast, fruit cocktail, applesauce, jelly, juice, and milk.

  • 2-22-17 MCHS Student Ambassador