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The Lebanon Elementary Jr. Ambassadors provided a tour of their school using notes on their school-issued Chromebooks while their student photographer documented the tour.
The Lebanon Elementary Jr. Ambassadors provided a tour of their school using notes on their school-issued Chromebooks while their student photographer documented the tour.
Gray Construction partnered with the Family Resource Center at Glasscock and West Marion to provide Christmas assistance to 20 students at each school.
Gray Construction partnered with the Family Resource Center at Glasscock and West Marion to provide Christmas assistance to 20 students at each school.
Mr. Beams provides instruction during guitar class at Marion County Middle School.
Mr. Beams provides instruction during guitar class at Marion County Middle School.
Students in performance and Main Cast posing after play
K-2 students in "Go Fish" a musical @ CES
MCHS students led informative sessions on taking the ACT to a group of 7th graders who will take the test this school year.
MCHS students led informative sessions on taking the ACT to a group of 7th graders who will take the test this school year.
Students participating in fun family and robotic activities
Arctic Family Fun Book Fair Night at CES
Students at Calvary Elementary recently presented Go Fish the musical.
Students at Calvary Elementary recently presented Go Fish the musical.
Students at Lebanon Elementary School performed during the school's monthly Student Awards ceremony.
Students at Lebanon Elementary School performed during the school's monthly Student Awards ceremony.
Lebanon Elementary students got to see a baby kangaroo up close when the Zoodles Animal Education program visited.
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.
MCHS seniors met with representatives from local industries during Manufacturing Day.
Inter-County Energy employees spoke to students at Glasscock Elementary during Career 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.
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.
MCHS senior Emily Helms signs to play softball with Midway University as her teammates and coaches watch.
Tenth-grader Summer Votaw twinned with JROTC instructor 1SG Phil Chatigny during Homecoming Week.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
WMES Principal Daniel Mattingly gave out high fives as students showed up for the first day of school.

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Adult Ed Adult Education program hoping to see more GED students now that fees are waived Recently, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced that the Education and Workforce Development Cabinet has allotted $600,000 in funding to waive test fees for those seeking a GED diploma. Marion County Adult Education Instructor Holly Buckman is optimistic that more adult learners will take advantage of the services the Adult Education program can ... Read More
GSP students Seven MCHS students advance to next round of GSP application process Seven Marion County High School juniors have been selected to advance to the next round of the Governor’s Scholars Program’s application process. They are: Katie Beth Brady, Zachary Brady, Seth Caldwell, Zachary Essex, Josie Followell, Delaney Mattingly, and Samuel Thompson. “We had a very strong pool of applicants this ... Read More
KWEL 2020 Two MCPS administrators named to 2020 Kentucky Women in Education Leadership cohort Two Marion County Public Schools administrators have been named to the 2020 Kentucky Women in Education Leadership (KWEL) cohort. Glasscock Elementary Principal Angie Akers and Marion County Knight Academy Principal Sara Brady are among 33 exceptional women leaders from across the state that were selected to join KWEL by the Kentucky ... Read More
AK Hardin Hardin named MCPS Student Ambassador of the Week Marion County High School senior Anna Kate Hardin has been named the MCPS Student Ambassador of the Week by ambassador advisors Laurie Followell and Troy Benningfield. “Anna Kate keeps us moving in the right direction when it comes to student ambassadors,” Followell said. “She has an exceptional attention to detail that allows ... Read More
MCATC Student Success MCATC students pass State Registered Nurse Aide exam Eleven students from the Marion County Area Technology Center recently passed the State Registered Nurse Aide (SRNA) exam, which means the students are now industry certified and will become part of the official registry for nurses/nurse aides in Kentucky. Students from both Marion County High School and Washington County High School passed the ... 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