Students on bus 131 and bus 183 are both riding 183 today due to a driver shortage. These students may be dropped off later than usual. We apologize for the inconvenience.
about 9 hours ago, MCPS Transportation
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Due to potentially unsafe driving conditions, tomorrow, Friday, January 21 will be an NTI day for Marion County Public Schools. Students will not report to school. Instead, they will complete assignments at home. Teachers will be available to answer questions by e-mail or phone.
4 days ago, MCPS Communications
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Due to anticipated hazardous weather, tomorrow, Thursday, January 20 will be an NTI day for Marion County Public Schools. Students will not report to school. Instead, they will complete assignments at home and teachers will be available to answer questions by e-mail or phone.
5 days ago, MCPS Communications
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Thanks to Austin Pollack from @LEX18 for visiting today to speak with MCPS Student Ambassador Amira Bowman about the legislation she's helping create regarding student mental health. Make sure you tune in tonight at 6:00 or 7:00!
5 days ago, MCPS Communications
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Follow the link below to hear new MCHS Head Football Coach Arthur Carter discuss his his expectations for the football program: https://www.marion.kyschools.us/o/athletics/article/628497
6 days ago, MCPS Athletics
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Due to a bus driver shortage, bus 183 will not run tomorrow morning, Wednesday, January 19. Students can meet bus 131 at Superior Mart in Bradfordsville by 7:05 A.M. For additional information, contact the MCPS bus garage at 270-692-4150 in the morning.
6 days ago, MCPS Transportation
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If you use our mobile app (and we certainly hope you do!) please make sure you have downloaded the correct one -- look for our MCPS logo. There is a Marion County Public Schools in West Virginia that also has a mobile app and some have mistakenly downloaded it instead. As you can imagine, some of their notifications have caused some confusion locally.
6 days ago, MCPS Communications
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Due to hazardous conditions, there will be NO SCHOOL tomorrow, Tuesday, January 18 in Marion County Public Schools. This will NOT be an NTI day. Please stay safe.
7 days ago, MCPS Communications
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MCPS has openings for part-time preschool instructional assistants at each of the four elementary schools. Please help us share this opportunity! Follow the link to begin the application process: https://www.applitrack.com/marionky/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Support+Staff
9 days ago, MCPS Human Resources
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Reminder: There is NO SCHOOL Monday, January 17 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
9 days ago, MCPS Communications
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Due to a bus driver shortage, bus 131 will not run this afternoon, Friday, January 14. Students can ride bus 183 and will be dropped off at the Superior Mart in Bradfordsville. For additional information, contact the MCPS bus garage at 270-692-4150.
10 days ago, MCPS Transportation
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TRANSPORTATION UPDATE: Due to a bus driver shortage, bus routes 131 and 141 will not run tomorrow morning, Friday, January 14. Students who ride bus 131 can meet bus 183 at Superior Mart in Bradfordsville by 7:00 am. Students who ride bus 141 can meet bus 162 at Blanford’s Store in Raywick by 7:00 am. For additional information, contact the MCPS bus garage at 270-692-4150 in the morning.
11 days ago, MCPS Communications
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With new guidance from the Kentucky Department for Public Health regarding COVID-19, we want to make sure our families understand one of the important changes in the way we’ll communicate information about close contacts at school. Although the new guidance from KDPH indicates that schools no longer have to complete contact tracing, it is recommended that families are notified when a student may have been exposed to a positive case at school. Each day we’ll send out an automated message by email and text message to the families of students who were exposed at school. These messages will include the student’s first name -- that way, if you have multiple children in MCPS, you’ll know which one was affected. Based on the updated guidance, these students do not need to quarantine, but KDPH does recommend that they receive a COVID-19 test 5-7 days following the exposure. We also encourage all parents and guardians to have up-to-date contact information listed in Infinite Campus. If your phone number has changed or you have a new email address, please contact your child’s school so we can update that information in Infinite Campus.
12 days ago, MCPS Communications
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MCPS has openings for part-time preschool instructional assistants at each of the four elementary schools. Please help us share this opportunity! Follow the link to begin the application process: https://www.applitrack.com/marionky/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Support+Staff
13 days ago, MCPS Human Resources
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We've updated our COVID-19 protocols to reflect changes in the guidance we received from the Kentucky Department for Public Health. Please follow the link to read about these changes, including isolation and quarantine requirements: https://www.marion.kyschools.us/article/625268
13 days ago, MCPS Communications
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Marion County Public Schools is operating on a one-hour delay today, Monday, January 10 due to potentially hazardous driving conditions.
15 days ago, MCPS Communications
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There will be no school in Marion County tomorrow, Friday, January 7 due to inclement weather. This will not be an NTI day. Please stay safe.
18 days ago, MCPS Communications
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Based on information from the Kentucky Department for Public Health, Marion County had an Incidence Rate at or above 50 for seven consecutive days from December 30 to January 5. This means that masks are now required in MCPS. During the November 4, 2021 Marion County Board of Education meeting, the board amended the MCPS masking policy to the following: - When the Incidence Rate is below 50 for seven consecutive days, masking will be recommended -- not required -- for students and staff. - When the Incidence Rate for Marion County is at or above 50 for seven consecutive days, masking will be required of students and staff. If the county’s Incidence Rate is recorded below 50 for seven consecutive days, masks will once again not be required.
19 days ago, MCPS Communications
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Due to anticipated inclement weather, tomorrow January 6 will be a Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) day in Marion County. Students will not report to school. Instead, they will access assignments online and teachers will be available to answer questions by e-mail or phone.
19 days ago, MCPS Communications
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UPDATE: The COVID-19 Incidence Rate for Marion County has been at or above 50 for five (5) consecutive days. If this trend continues and the Incidence Rate is at or above 50 when information is reported for today (Jan. 4) and tomorrow (Jan. 5) then masking will be required in MCPS beginning Thursday, January 6. We’re sharing this information with you now so that students and families are not caught off-guard if MCPS returns to required masking. As a reminder, the MCPS masking policy is: - When the Incidence Rate is below 50 for seven consecutive days, masking will be recommended -- not required -- for students and staff. - When the Incidence Rate for Marion County is at or above 50 for seven consecutive days, masking will be required of students and staff. You can view the entire MCPS Return-to-School Plan which includes the masking policy here: https://5il.co/vsx8
21 days ago, MCPS Communications
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