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Education

  • Ereaders and Edmodo

    As ebooks and ereaders continue to increase in popularity, it was inevitable that schools would make a move toward electronic textbooks.

    To go along with that trend, Marion County High School students have the opportunity to purchase a Nook Tablet to use in the classroom.

    "They are using them as a supplement to paper textbooks," said Kurt Mattingly, the technology integration specialist for Marion County Public Schools. "With less funding, schools are having to look for more affordable opportunities."

  • Speaker warns against complacent investing

    Quint Tatro can be heard at 11 a.m. Sunday on WHAS radio. He can also be seen as a frequent guest on CNBC's Fast Money and Fox's Business Happy Hour.

    Friday, he shared his financial insights in person at the Marion County Industrial Foundation's First Friday Forum at the David R. Hourigan Government Building.

  • MCATC ranks fifth in the state

    The Marion County Area Technology Center is ranked fifth among the state's 53 tech centers in preparing its students for the workplace.

    Tony Webb said when he was appointed principal at the MCATC in September of last year, the tech center was ranked eighth, but his goal was to be in the top five.

  • School menus Aug. 13-17

    BREAKFAST
    Monday, Aug. 13: French toast w/maple syrup and toast or assorted cereal and toast, variety of juice, milk.
    Tuesday, Aug. 14: Milk gravy and biscuit or cereal and toast, variety of juice, milk.
    Wednesday, Aug. 15: Bacon, egg muffin sandwich and toast or assorted cereal and toast, variety of juice, milk.
    Thursday, Aug. 16: Sausage breakfast pizza and toast or assorted cereal and toast, variety of juice, milk.

  • SCC prepares to welcome second wave of graduate students

    This past January, St. Catharine College inaugurated its School of Graduate Studies by enrolling 14 students in its master's degree in leadership program with two areas of concentration: community and regional leadership, and health promotion and leadership.  Most students took three courses in the spring semester and took from one to three courses this summer.

  • Summer Education Experience offers students a head start to college

    Campbellsville University gave 14 students the experience of getting ahead in their college career even before starting their freshman year.

    Fourteen incoming freshmen participated in the Summer Educational Experience (SEE) program which "allows students to increase their readiness for college level academics, as well as gain insight into the college experience," Kristen Jorgenson, coordinator for introductory studies, said.

  • Campbellsville Unviersity L.I.N.C. Orientation

    Jesus Berlanga, a native of Saltillo, Mexico, who recently moved to Lebanon, poses with Clawz, Campbellsville University's mascot. Berlanga was at Campbellsville University for L.I.N.C. Orientation, July 13-14, and is attending Campbellsville University this fall. L.I.N.C. allows students to make friends and get acquainted with campus before moving in at the end of August.

  • Local student receives Sonum Perfectum Scholarship to SAE in Nashville

  • 4-H Sewing Day Camp
  • 8-1-12 School Menus

    BREAKFAST
    Wednesday, Aug. 8: Assorted Pop Tart and two toast or assorted cereal and two toasts, variety of juice or banana, milk.
    Thursday, Aug. 9: Sausage and biscuit or assorted cereal and toast, variety of juice, milk.
    Friday, Aug. 10: Warm honey bun and two toast or assorted cereal and two toast, fresh apple or variety of juice, milk.

    LUNCH
    Lebanon Elementary/Glasscock Elementary