Reminder: We're distributing meals for our Distance-Learning students today (Wednesday, March 17) from noon-2:00 at the Marion County Fairgrounds.
For those families with students enrolled in Distance-Learning, we'll be distributing student meals this Wednesday from noon until 2:00 pm at the MC fairgrounds.
Don't forget: Tomorrow, Friday, March 12 is a Staff Development Day in MCPS. There is NO SCHOOL for students.
For our parents with students enrolled in Distance-Learning: We're distributing student meals today from noon until 2:00 pm at the Marion County Fairgrounds.
Student meal distribution for Distance-Learners will be tomorrow, March 10 from noon-2:00 pm at the MC fairgrounds.
With our schools open to full In-Person learning, our weekly student meal distribution will now be available only for students who are choosing to remain enrolled in Distance-Learning. Meal pick-up will be Wednesday from noon until 2:00 at the Marion County Fairgrounds.
If you plan to apply for your child to enroll in Preschool for the 2021-22 school year, please complete our Preschool Pre-Registration form at the following link: https://forms.gle/6z8D4ZEjXg2vdWuU7
Don't forget: We'll be distributing meals today from 3:00-5-00 at each of our typical feeding sites with the exception of Marion County High School.
We're happy to share that Kentucky has been approved by the USDA to provide round 3 of the P-EBT benefits to all eligible students for October 2020 - May 2021. For more information about this program, please visit: https://chfs.ky.gov/agencies/dcbs/Pages/dcbscvres.aspx
Don't forget: The remainder of this week in MCPS will be NTI days for all students.
MCPS will be distributing student meals tomorrow from 3:00-5:00 at all of our usual feeding sites with the exception of Marion County High School.
Reminders for Tuesday, March 2 -- All students in K-5th grade will be in-person; preschool students and 6th-9th graders will have a Hybrid ‘B’ day; 11th and 12th graders with have an NTI day; all 10th graders will take the ACT test in-person at the high school
Monday, March 1 is a DISTANCE-LEARNING DAY for all students in Marion County Public Schools due to flooding and hazardous road conditions.
Marion County Public Schools will operate on a 1-hour delay tomorrow, Monday, March 1 due to flooding throughout the county. We will continue to monitor the situation. In the event that additional changes are made for tomorrow, families and will be notified as soon as possible.
Reminder: Parents who plan to enroll their children in kindergarten for the 2021-22 school year should complete the Kindergarten Pre-Registration form. Parents will then be contacted to schedule times to complete registration and screening. https://forms.gle/HKCAYZHMRqHm8nfZ7
We know things can become confusing when there are changes to our weekly schedule. That's why we want to remind parents that whether your child's school is fully in-person or on a hybrid schedule, you have the option to move to full Distance-Learning at any time (just notify your child's school). If your child is enrolled in Distance-Learning, you can transition back to In-Person learning at our scheduled re-entry dates. Our next re-entry date is Monday, March 22.
Don't forget: We're distributing student meals today at each of our feeding sites from 3:00-5:00 pm.
Here's an update on next week's schedule for our preschool classes: Monday, March 1 will be a Hybrid 'A' day. Tuesday, March 2 will be a Hybrid 'B' day. The remainder of the week will be NTI days. Our teachers will call families to go over more details including possible changes in transportation.
LES has an opening for a full-time custodian. Help us spread the word about this opportunity. To apply, visit: https://www.applitrack.com/marionky/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Custodial%2fMaintenance
We wanted to share with you some changes in our schedule for next week (March 1-5) due to ACT testing at the high school (March 2) and our second staff vaccination day (March 3). On Monday, March 1 our elementary schools will continue with full In-Person learning. At Marion County Middle School and Marion County Knight Academy, group 'A' students will attend In-Person, and all students at Marion County High School will have a Distance-Learning day. On Tuesday, March 2 our elementary schools will again continue with full In-Person learning. At Marion county Middle School and Marion County Knight Academy, group 'B' students will attend In-Person. At Marion County High School, 11th and 12th graders will have an NTI day; all 10th graders will attend In-Person to take the ACT. Wednesday, March 3, Thursday, March 4, and Friday, March 5 will be NTI days for all students in MCPS.