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Education

  • HOSA officers attend KTLI
  • Lebanon Elementary October STARS
  • Calvary Honor Rolls

    The following Calvary Elementary students earn the honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2013-14 school year.
    First honor roll

  • EXPLORE luncheon held at St. Charles Middle School
  • Conservation districts auxiliary scholarships are now available

    The Marion County Conservation District encourages any who may qualify to apply for the Kentucky Association of Conservation Districts Auxiliary Scholarships, They are the George Crafton Scholarship, the Betty Barrick- Non-Traditional Scholarship, and the Natural Resources Scholarship.

  • Building good habits

    Carpentry students at the Marion County Area Technology Center have spent time this semester building a house.
    “It gives you more of a real world feel instead of studying out of textbooks,” senior Jordan Porter said, after putting up some supports for a ceiling joist.
    And he and his classmates are grateful for the opportunity.
    “I had no idea it took this much going into a house,” Porter said.

  • Building good habits

    Carpentry students at the Marion County Area Technology Center have spent time this semester building a house.
    “It gives you more of a real world feel instead of studying out of textbooks,” senior Jordan Porter said, after putting up some supports for a ceiling joist.
    And he and his classmates are grateful for the opportunity.
    “I had no idea it took this much going into a house,” Porter said.

  • Hall resigns from MCPS

    Stacey Hall, former principal of Marion County High School and, most recently, the director of federal programs at central office, unexpectedly announced his resignation from Marion County Public Schools last week.
    Superintendent Taylora Schlosser sent an email to staff and the media at 11:57 a.m., Friday, Nov. 22, regarding his resignation.

  • Survivor’s story

    Modern technology helped bring history to life for eighth graders at St. Charles Middle School last week.
    On Nov. 20, the students took part in a video conference with Sylvia Malcmacher, a Holocaust survivor who now lives in Menorah Park, a retirement community in Cleveland, Ohio.
    Malcmacher, 87, was 16 when the Nazis sent her to the concentration camp. When she was freed at the age of 19, she was the only member of her family still alive.

  • Stacey Hall resigns from MCPS

    Stacey Hall, former principal of Marion County High School and, most recently, the director of federal programs at central office, has announced his resignation from Marion County Public Schools effective Nov. 29.
    Superintendent Taylora Schlosser sent an email to staff and the media at 11:57 a.m., Friday, Nov. 22. The email reads as follows: