• Leadership learn about preventing bullying


  • Band finishes top five at region


    The Marion County High School Marching Band finished in the top five in regional competition and will be advancing to semi-finals on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Eastern High School in Louisville. Finals will be held at Papa John’s Stadium that evening.

  • 10-26-16 School Menus

    Elementary schools

    Tuesday, Nov. 1: whole grain chocolate chip muffin and toast or cereal and toast, orange wedges, peaches, jelly juice, and milk.
    Wednesday, Nov. 2: bacon, egg slider and toast or cereal and toast, pears, grape cluster, jelly, juice, and milk.
    Thursday, Nov. 3: sausage breakfast pizza and toast or cereal and toast, fruit cocktail, applesauce, jelly, juice, and milk.

  • Science class will begin column series

    The eighth grade science class at St. Augustine School will begin having a guest column in The Lebanon Enterprise under the title “Voices from the Future” every other week.
    As part of their curriculum, they study various environmental issues. The idea came up that since they will probably live through most of the next century, they should work to improve some the serious environmental challenges of their day.

  • 10-26-16 The Missing Page


  • Are Marion County children worth a nickel


  • For generations to come

    At the beginning of this year, Paula Newby toured Lebanon Elementary School. She had no idea that when she started the tour, she would end up leaving in tears.
    “I was very upset when I left,” she said. “I was in tears to see how crowded it was and see them trying to fit everything in.”

  • Chaos in the cafeteria

    Organized chaos.
    That’s how someone might describe lunchtime at Lebanon Elementary School.

  • Peanut butter drive for Haiti at LES

    Lebanon Elementary School is having a peanut butter drive until Nov. 18. The public, along with all of the local schools, are being asked to participate and donate a jar of peanut butter. The Waves of Mercy organization will be coming to Lebanon on Nov. 21-22 and will be picking up all the peanut butter that is collected. If you would like to help, please bring a jar of peanut butter to Lebanon Elementary before Nov. 18.

  • McRay hired to lead MCATC

    Career and technical education is where Christina McRay got her start.
    McRay was a business education teacher in Bullitt County for eight years before coming back to her native Marion County to serve as assistant principal at Marion County High School in 2010. In 2014, she became principal at Lebanon Middle School. While she has enjoyed her time leading LMS, returning to the career and technical education field is an opportunity she couldn’t pass up.
    “It’s always been in my heart,” McRay said, referring to career and technical education.