• Local students earn degrees

    The following Western Kentucky University students earned degrees at the May 2015 Commencement Ceremonies:
    • From Lebanon - Rachel J. Batt, bachelor of science; Ann M. Reynolds, bachelor of science in nursing; Margaret G. Smith, interdisciplinary studies (BIS); and Helen M. Spalding, bachelor of arts.
    • From Loertto - Thomas S. Mattingly, bachelor of science; Joseph D. Peterson, bachelor of science; and Andrea K. Reid, bachelor of science in nursing.

  • MCPS hires new central office staff

    The Marion County Board of Education approved creating three new Central Office positions in June. During the board’s July 9 meeting, Superintendent Taylora Schlosser introduced the people hired for those jobs.
    Chris Brady, who previously served as the assistant principal at Lebanon Middle School and the interim principal at Marion County High School, has returned to the district as the chief operations officer. Schlosser explained in June that the COO would be the “number two” person in the district.

  • Honorary graduate

    Amanda Lyvers receives an honorary diploma from Marion County High School. Lyvers is a Marion County resident who recently graduated from the Kentucky School for the Blind. Also pictured is Marion County Superintendent Taylora Schlosser.

  • School board meets today

    The Marion County Board of Education is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 9, at the board office, 755 E. Main Street in Lebanon.

    The agenda for the meeting includes the following:

    • Amend Agenda 

    • Presentation of 2015 Honorary Diploma to Amanda Lyvers

    • Communications

    - Superintendent report 

    - Substitutes committee report, Jennifer Osbourne

  • High school registration set for later this month

    Marion County High School registration will be held later this month. Each class will have different registration dates.
    Seniors will register from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 20.
    Juniors will register from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 21.
    Sophomores will register from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 22.
    The make-up registration for seniors, juniors and sophomores will be held from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, July 23, and Friday, July 24.

  • MCPS receives $25,000 from Crusade

    The Crusade for Children announced that it has distributed $5.67 million to 191 organizations across Kentuckiana. One of those grant recipients is Marion County Public Schools, which will receive $25,000.
    This is the 62nd year that WHAS has hosted the Crusade for Children telethon. During those 62 years, the Crusade has raised more than $165 million. All of the money raised from donations is returned to organizations that provide services for children with special needs.


  • What to wear, not to wear at MCHS

    Marion County High School requested that the Enterprise publish the school’s dress code prior to the first day of school so that parents would know what school clothes to buy for their child.
    The following was emailed to the Enterprise last week:
    Marion County High School’s primary focus is to provide students a solid academic foundation in an effort to prepare them for life following high school.  While the dress code does allow some freedom we do require students to dress in a manner that is respectful and does not distract from learning.  

  • Akers hired as Glasscock Elementary principal

    Angie Akers will be the next principal at Glasscock Elementary School. She had been the school's assistant principal.

    The GES School-Based Decision Making Council announced Tuesday that Akers would be replacing Jennifer Brogle, who announced in May that she would be resigning due to family needs.

    Akers previously worked as the library media specialist at Glasscock and the interim assistant principal at Marion County High School.

    Look for more about Akers in an upcoming edition.

  • Adventure Achievers

    The 21st Century Learning Center has hosted the “Adventure Achievers!” camp twice this summer as part of Marion County Public Schools’ Summer Dream Academy. The June 8-12 camp for elementary school students, and the June 22-26 camp was for middle school students.
    Daniels Beams, director of the learning center, wrote that camps is intended continue learning while school is out and prevent the “summer slide” (learning loss that can occur during the break).

  • Sparkman wins Grandparent of the Year Essay contest