There’s reason to celebrate in Marion County, according to Superintendent Taylora Schlosser.
The latest K-PREP test scores, which were released Thursday, Oct. 1, by the Kentucky Department of Education, show that Marion County Public Schools is a distinguished school district.
“These results show we are focused on kids and student learning,” Schlosser said. “I really think it’s something to celebrate.”
Marion County is ranked 42 among the 173 school districts in the state with an overall score of 70.8.