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MCHS baseball team donates $550 to Good Samaritan Foundation baseball donation

The Marion County High School baseball team donated $550 to the Good Samaritan Foundation recently, having raised the funds during its annual Breast Cancer Awareness Invitational on Mother’s Day weekend.

For head coach Patrick Campbell, the importance of the event extends well beyond merely making a donation.

“How do we teach the kids there’s more to it than just a ballgame? There’s more to it than throwing a baseball and catching a baseball,” he said. “People fight battles every day that we know nothing about.”

Three MCPS teachers receive CU's "Excellence in Teaching" award CU award winners

Three MCPS teachers recently received Campbellsville University's "Excellence in Teaching" award. High School teacher Ginger Allen, middle school teacher Kimberly Wright, and elementary teacher Annette Jones were honored during the 33rd annual "Excellence in Teaching" award ceremony Saturday, May 11 on the Campbellsville University campus.

Summer Dream Academy schedule now available summer dream academy cover art

The lineup of summer camps and programming known as the MCPS Summer Dream Academy is now available. Parents should receive a hard copy booklet in the mail in the coming days with information on the Dream Bus, summer camps, and how to register.

Wiser named MCPS Student Ambassador of the Week Wiser named MCPS Student Ambassador of the Week

Marion County High School senior Travis Wiser has been named the MCPS Student Ambassador of the Week by ambassador advisors Laurie Followell and Troy Benningfield.

“Travis brings many special qualities to our ambassador program,” Followell said. “He continues to impress us with his public speaking abilities and his willingness to represent the ambassadors at community events. Travis has been a true leader this year in our mentoring program and was an integral part of the Spring Summit. He will be difficult to replace when he graduates!”