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Lebanon Elementary School Reading Recovery Program

In May 2014, Lebanon Elementary School distributed six books and a writing journal to each student along with a Summer Reading Challenge. Students were encouraged to read and write about at least books during the summer months. Students were promised a reward of a picnic and fun and games if they returned to school in the fall with a completed journal of at least six entries.

Upon returning to school this Fall, Lebanon Elementary School rewarded 110 students that read 724 books to a Reading Celebration Back to School Picnic.  Eighteen former Reading Recovery students earned the reward and were able to attend the picnic. Reading Recovery instills a lifelong love of Reading! Pictured front row from left are Aubrey Price, Elizabeth Spurling, Rashaud Brown, Tavarious Bryant, and Evan Brown. Middle row Brooklyn Thomas, Chanse Smith, Neveah Penn, and Layne Ramey. Back row Ms. Mary Leo Wimsatt, teacher, Rhea Fisher, Daylee Jaglowicz, Clayton Whitlock, Abby Clark, Mashayla Furmon, Tyler Smith, Tiffany Brady, Hannah Gaither, and Mrs. Melissa Murphy, Teacher. Absent from the photo is Shelby Craig. 

2014-15 Marion County Student Ambassadors

Congratulations to the very first class of Marion County Student Ambassadors!

  1. Paige Buckman
  2. Dylan Cambron
  3. Katie Elmore
  4. Alyssa Farmer
  5. Emily Ford
  6. Rachel Gootee
  7. Anne Kaitlyn Gribbins
  8. Jeni Hall
  9. Lydia Howlett
  10. Travis Hullemeier
  11. Paris Manson
  12. Leah Mudd
  13. Jarie Newby
  14. Matthew Newcome
  15. Megan Newton
  16. Brady Spalding
  17. Curt Spalding
  18. Kaitlyn Spalding
  19. Laura Jo Spalding
  20. Robbie Spalding
  21. Leah Thompson
  22. TJ Veatch
Summer Professional Development Survey Results

Over the summer Marion County Public Schools held several professional development sessions for teachers and staff. After all sessions ended teachers were asked to participate in a survey. To view the results of the survey, click here.

Marion County Universal Pre-School Survey

As part of Marion County Public Schools’ planning and development to improve Kindergarten Readiness, we are asking parents/guardians of three and four year olds to respond to this survey. Your response will assist us in working together to ensure all children in Marion County will have an opportunity to Dream, Believe and Achieve! Click here to begin the survey.


School Board Mtg
Tuesday, 9/23/2014
Fall Break - No School
10/6/2014 - 10/10/2014
School Board Mtg
Tuesday, 10/14/2014
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