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Glasscock students are ready for the solar eclipse. Lebanon Elementary art teacher Charles Ramey snaps a fun photo of students at the LES Reading Celebration. Mrs. Patton, West Marion Elementary 1st grade teacher, works with students in reading centers. MCKA Shuttle Bus to the Area Technology Center Learning hallway procedures at Glasscock Elementary Sheila and Bones make sure everything is clean for the new school year. Using chromebooks at MCKA Students choose what emoji describes them on the first day of school. Levi watches as his sibling goes into WMES for the first day of school. Lebanon Elementary First Day of School MCHS Chemistry teacher Doug Brown conducts an experiment in class during the first week of school. West Marion Elementary School Lebanon Elementary School Ready for back to school at Lebanon Elementary Open House. Opening Day 2017 Lebanon Elementary Open House Opening Day 2017 A performance from the National Jr. Beta Special Talent Champions at opening day. Opening Day Breakfast Calvary Elementary School Glasscock Elementary School Getting ready for back to school at Glasscock Elementary. MCPS employees participated in the Back Tutu School Family Fun Run. Summer Slam Volleyball Camp Lebanon Elementary is ready for the new school year! New signs for the start of school at LES Ms. Gayle and Mr. Farmer get prepared to give away Dream Bus t-shirts at the Aquatic Center Dream Bus stops at the Aquatic Center Popsicles to celebrate a summer of  Dream Bus fun. The Dream Bus stops at Raywick. Sometimes science experiments on the Dream Bus amazes even the adults. Cold popsicles on a hot day at the Dream Bus. Taking a break from the Dream Bus kickball game Students were very creative with their handmade instruments. Purple popsicle to match a purple shirt. Making outlines of their hands to be hung in the Dream Bus Exploration Blast students visit the Louisville Zoo. Exploration Blast students visit the Louisville Zoo. Water balloon batting practice at M2: Maker and Mover Camp. Teamwork makes the dream work at Calvary's M2: Maker and Mover Camp.  MCHS Art Journaling: Mixed Media Arts Camp All smiles on the Dream Bus Calvary's Wildlife of Kentucky Camp Fitness is Fun camp knocks it out of the park at a Lexington Legends baseball game.  Hiding out on the playground at Calvary's Wildlife of Kentucky Camp. Fun with friends at Move and Groove Camp. A leadership team representing Marion County High School Student Ambassadors visited Western Kentucky University to complete a campus tour and class with the nationally renowned Spirit Masters on Wednesday, June 7. Parachute fun at Move and Groove Camp. Welding at ATC camp Recess at Mama Mia It's a Pizza Camp Bradfordsville Dream Bus Stop National Jr. Beta Special Talent Champions Summer feeding at All-Tech camp.

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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