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Gray Construction partnered with the Family Resource Center at Glasscock and West Marion to provide Christmas assistance to 20 students at each school. MCHS students led informative sessions on taking the ACT to a group of 7th graders who will take the test this school year. Students in performance and Main Cast posing after play Students participating in fun family and robotic activities Students at Calvary Elementary recently presented Go Fish the musical. Students at Lebanon Elementary School performed during the school's monthly Student Awards ceremony. The MCHS JROTC program honored veterans during the annual Veterans Day ceremony. Lebanon Elementary students got to see a baby kangaroo up close when the Zoodles Animal Education program visited. MCHS seniors met with representatives from local industries during Manufacturing Day. Inter-County Energy employees spoke to students at Glasscock Elementary during Career Day. WMES students Sawyer Cambron and Landon Wathen presented during a recent board of education meeting. MCHS senior Emily Helms signs to play softball with Midway University as her teammates and coaches watch. Student Anuar Reyes Garcia works with Daniel Beams during guitar class at Marion County Middle School. Tenth-grader Summer Votaw twinned with JROTC instructor 1SG Phil Chatigny during Homecoming Week. Glasscock Elementary kindergartner Laikyn Mattingly uses a scooter during a P.E. activity. The MCPS Student Ambassadors held their first semester retreat where they practiced team-building and communication skills. Students attended the Farm-to-Fork event at the  Marion County Extension Office. Coach Reader and his players addressed the student body during the school pep rally. WMES Principal Daniel Mattingly gave out high fives as students showed up for the first day of school. Photo of 2019-20 Marion County Knight Academy Staff Some of the Kindergarten from Jumpstart Engaged Listening STEM Activites at WMES Little Pages Jumpstart Making Friends at CES Little Dragon Jumpstart Students learn about magnets at Mad Science camp. Hula Hoop Fun Marshmallow and Spaghetti Structures Balloons and Smiles Reading on the Dream Bus Making crafts out of fabric at Kentucky View Arts and Humanities Camp. Playing Dulcimers at Kentucky View Arts and Humanities Camp Corn shuck dolls at Kentucky View Arts and Humanities Camp. Students learned how to make foam by using chemical reactions. The Dream Bus visits Hamilton Heights. Gearing up for a game of Dream Bus football. The Dream Bus at the Marion County Public Library Snacks and Crafts on the Dream Bus Dream Bus at Rosenwald Village Library Fun MashUp: Makerspace, STEM, Book Club -- oh my! Troubleshooting at SPARK Robotics Camp. Visitors from Clay Hill Memorial Forest Keep your distance from the snake. Snack time at M2: Maker Mover Camp. Making edible dirt with the UK Extension Office. Mr. Farmer better pull a little harder. Tug of War at the Raywick Dream Bus stop. Kim Lucas enjoys her updated office. Lunch with Friends Dissecting cow eyes at Destination Science Camp. Mr. Gary Ford's bee presentation at Glasscock's Taking on Kentucky Adventures Camp. Crafts for Father's Day Fun in the Sun Checking oil levels at Car 101. ATC students mentor campers on auto maintenance. New backpacks at the Bradfordsville Dream Bus stop. Using green screen technologies to bring the imaginary to life. Mrs. Allen gives instructions on using iMovie. Nutritious Summer Feeding Kids participating in activities at a variety of stations. Summer Reading Yumiko sports a milk mustache from the Dairy Alliance. Ready for summer fun! The MCHS band performed at the Memorial Service held at Lebanon’s National Cemetery. MCMS student Kevin Auberry speaks during the 2019 MCPS Spring Summit. WMES students got to explore various exhibits about electricity  when the KY Science Center visited. MCHS Spanish teacher Landon Williams performs during the ACT pep rally.

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sock drive graphic Students collecting socks for latest Shield Project The Marion County High School Shield Project Team has its next initiative underway with a simple message: “Socks Warm the Sole.” That’s the name of the group’s latest venture to help collect items for the 21st Century Learning Center’s community pantry. Specifically, the group is asking students and community ... Read More
Barker Barker signs on with University of the Cumberlands archery program Marion County High School senior Tanner Barker became the first-ever MCHS student to sign on to compete in archery at the collegiate level when he signed with the University of the Cumberlands Tuesday, November 26 at Marion County High School. “It feels really good,” Barker said of his signing. “Plus, I think I can help others ... Read More
reminders Reminders: NTI days, Plan B bus routes, and One Call Now With winter weather here, it's important to make sure you're familiar with our procedures involving inclement weather. You can find information about Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) days, including links to assignments, here. You can view the Plan B bus routes here. Finally, if you are not receiving our One Call Now voice ... Read More
Wishing Tree MCMS students complete hands-on project to extend study of novel On a day when the school districts across the state were all experiencing an Internet outage, Marion County Middle School students were completing a hands-on project to extend their learning of the novel The Night Gardener. A statewide problem left teachers and students in Marion County without access to email or the Internet for most of the day. ... Read More
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MCPS Fast Facts

  • 3,300 students

  • 2nd largest employer in Marion County

  • Over 600 employees

  • Over 20,000 books given away yearly

  • $1.5 million in scholarships awarded annually to graduates

  • Record number of Summer Dream Academy participants

  • 537,000 miles traveled by bus annually

  • Nearly 16,000 summer meals served 

  • 1-to-1 technology in grades 6th - 12th