WMES students work hard throughout the day. Showing respect for our flag MCPS Board Meeting at WMES Veteran's Day at WMES Happy Halloween! In Loving Memory of Tammy Newton Career Day Buster the Bus West Marion = Success! West Marion Recognition: Summer Reading Challenge, SRI 1000 Point Club, 100 AR Points West Marion Elementary students and staff celebrate being a School of Distinction!

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School of Distinction

West Marion Elementary School has been named a School of Distinction in Kentucky based on 2014-2015 assessment data.  In order to achieve the distinguished rating, schools must score in the 90-99th percentile in the state.  Additionally, as a School of Distinction, West Marion Elementary had to meet three criteria: score in the 95-99th percentile, meet current year AMO (annual measurable objective), and meet participation rate expectations.  This means that West Marion Elementary scored in the top 5% of all Kentucky elementary schools!  You can find all assessment data at the Kentucky School Report Card Unbridled Learning website. 

School of Distinction Celebration



Learning Saves the Day!!

Future West Marion student, SuperDavis, wants to make sure his big sisters and all of their superhero WMES schoolmates have a SUPER school year!  We can't wait to see all the superheroes in school on the first day!  

Turn the Pages---New WMES Library Blog

Check out Mrs. Montgomery's new library blog for book reviews, book news, official book trailers, and library information!   Do you like FREE books and prizes?  She will have book and prize giveaways to West Marion students at various times throughout the school year but you have to keep up with the blog in order to win!  

Governor's Office of Early Childhood: KIDS NOW Initiative

 Governor's Office of Early Childhood

       The future strength of the Commonwealth depends upon the healthy development of our youngest citizens. The KIDS (Kentucky Invests in Developing Success) NOW initiative builds upon existing resources, fosters public-Private partnerships, insures collaborative planning and implementation and mobilizes communities.

The main goals of the KIDS NOW Initiative are:
  • Support and strengthen families,
  • Assure that all children grow and develop to their full potential,
  • Provide high quality, accessible, affordable early care and education options, and
  • Promote public awareness of the importance of the first years for the well-being of all Kentucky’s citizens

       The KIDS NOW initiative was established in House Bill 706, passed unanimously by both legislative chambers in 2000 and funded with 25% of the Kentucky Tobacco Settlement Funds. In 2011, Governor Steven Beshear renewed our commitment to enhancing early childhood outcomes and school readiness by creating the Early Childhood Advisory Council and the Governor’s Office of Early Childhood.


Winter Break - No School
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12/21/2015 - 12/25/2015
Winter Break - No School
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12/28/2015 - 1/1/2016
Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No School
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Monday, 1/18/2016
Staff Development - No School for Students
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Tuesday, 1/19/2016
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