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Glasscock 5th graders won the Pig Pen Relay and 4th graders won the Safety Relay. West Marion Elementary 5th grade students compete in Slop the Hog in Lebanon. GES Kindergarten students are studying mosaics using broken lines. They are creating their own Ham Days inspired mosaic. #bulldogsloveHamDays #bulldogsareartists GES 5th graders in Mrs. Pepper's class are self-reflecting and peer assessing on their Ham Days article. #bulldogscanwrite Kindergarteners from Mrs. Thomas' class and 3rd graders from Mrs. Nelson's class were synergizing on a Ham Days project today. #bulldogssynergize #bulldogsareleaders 2016 Marion County Middle School Football LMS 8th Grade Math Class Visiting Kroger for a Real Life Lesson LMS cheerleaders supporting the MCMS football team. The annual student ambassador retreat was held at the Farmer's National Bank Annex where FNB President Melissa Knight spoke to ambassadors about her leadership experience. 2016-17 Teen Leadership Marion County Members Retreat Day Mama Goose makes a surprise visit to CES and LES to sing and dance with 1st and 2nd grade students. Mrs. Sarah Hutchins' class at West Marion Elementary work on a science engineering plant project.  Mrs. Lori Scott's class at West Marion Elementary on National College Colors Day LMS students working hard in learning centers in 6th and 7th grade! Students worked collaboratively to solve problems, study & review content, and learn tools to help with reading and writing! Thank you to Mrs. Robin Humphress with Kentucky Classic Arts for helping judge solo auditions at LES. National College Colors Day speakers at CES. 5th graders at GES participated in Flashlight Friday. #brightreaders #leadersshine West Marion Elementary August 2016 Pages of the Month SCMS Lady Jr. Knights LMS Lady Patriots MCHS Varsity Soccer Middle School ELA teachers focused on common assessment questions and congruency to standards during a professional learning opportunity on August 31. Marion County Knights Football vs. E-Town on August 26. Marion County Knights Football vs. E-Town on August 26. Marion County Boys Soccer game against John Hardin on August 27. Marion County Boys Soccer game against John Hardin on August 27. Marion County Boys Soccer game against John Hardin on August 27. SCMS students raising the flag. Marion countians attend training for GOTR and Heart & Soul. Mrs. Vivian May was recognized by Mrs. Sara Brady for her leadership, being relentless and a life long learner.   Kona Ice Refresher at LES Safety Patrol Leaders help monitor hallways before and after school at LES. Congratulations to Marion County winning this football game against Nelson!
CES and GES Teachers Learning Together! Compass and GradeCam PD led by Mrs. Hope Dougherty. LMS girls basketball team.

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10/3/2016 - 10/7/2016
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11/7/2016 - 11/8/2016
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Marion County Public Schools Fast Facts:

  • 2015 Distinguished District
  • Test scores rank in the top 20% of KY Schools
  • 2nd largest employer in Marion County
  • 3,300 students
  • Over 600 employees
  • 1/44 districts chosen for non-traditional school day instruction
  • Ready-Set-Grow reading initiative that provides every newborn with their 1st book
  • Home of the Marion County Student Ambassadors
  • 70% College and Career Ready rate
  • Graduation rate 93.2%
  • 24 National Board Certified teachers
  • State recognized Migrant Program
  • CU, EKU, SCC, KCTCS partnerships
  • 7,000 books given away yearly
  • $1.5 million in scholarships awarded annually to graduates
  • 700 students continue learning at the Summer Dreamy Academy
  • 537,000 miles traveled by bus annually
  • 2,500 miles traveled daily in school routes
  • Nearly 14,000 summer meals served annually
  • 1,983 technology devices district-wide
  • About 62+ opportunities for student extra-curricular involvement