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The Mount Vernon Board of Education recognized the following 2019 retirees during the May meeting held at Twin Oak Elementary School: Callia Ahlbeck, Pleasant Street First Grade Teacher; Jennifer Highnam, District Preschool Itinerant Teacher; Gary Keller, High School CBI Teacher;  Gordy Sargent, Twin Oak and Columbia Elementary Custodian.  Cheri Murphy, Middle School Social Studies Teacher; Tammy Orsborn, Middle School Science Teacher; and Carol Szerlip, Assistant to the School Psychologists, are also retiring at the end of the school year. Their impact on students will be greatly missed.  Read More... for video footage of the May Board of Education Meeting. 
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Posted Tuesday, May 21, 2019
We were blessed with a great week of camp from both a weather perspective and the students and staff were great.  Thanks to MV Elementary Faculty, MVHS senior student volunteer counselors, all Elementary PTOs and special thank you to the Ariel Foundation for their continued support of the District Fifth Grade Outdoor Education Camp.  Video 11 m 52 s.
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Posted Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Mount Vernon High School conducted the Academic Points Award Ceremony at the MVNU R.R. Hodges Chapel Thursday evening.  223 students were recognized for their pursuit of excellence in academics and balancing the many different demands on their lives at this stage of their lives.  Read More... for list of student academic award winners. [...click for more]

Posted Friday, May 17, 2019
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Posted Monday, May 13, 2019
On March 7, 2019 two Mount Vernon City School students were honored at  the State Support Team Region 7 Outstanding Achievement Awards Banquet.  MVMS sixth grader, Hope Beshears and MVHS senior, Billy Jackson, attending the Knox County Career Center received an award during the banquet.  Read More...  for details and pictures.   
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Posted Monday, May 13, 2019
Diane Goodrich, Chair of the Kiwanis Vocational Guidance Committee, welcomed students, parents, family, friends and Kiwanians to the MVHS theater Thursday evening for the 57th Annual Kiwanis Scholastic Recognition Program. The top ten percent of the Junior and Senior classes were recognized, along with students who excelled in their various classes and students who will be pursuing various college/vocational programs. Over 100 students received awards for their accomplishments during this event.  Read More... for the list of award recipients.
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Posted Wednesday, May 1, 2019
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