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Kurt Roberts talks with Mount Vernon students during Champions of Character Day. MVNU Champions of Character Day
The Mount Vernon Nazarene University generously invited Mount Vernon fourth and fifth grade students to visit their campus and participate in the Champions of Character Day.  Click the Read More... link for details. 
MVHS Students welcoming the Senior Citizens. Senior Citizens - Your Fall Lunch is Served!
We are excited to announce that Thursday, November 30th at 12:00 noon, is the date and time for our annual Fall Senior Citizens Luncheon and Program!  The event will be held in the gymnasium at Mount Vernon High School.  R.S.V.P. by calling Terry Streby at 740 397-7422, ext 6025, or email her at tstreby@mvcsd.us by Monday, November 27th.  Click the Read More... link for details. 
Twin Oak student reading to Sandy Phil and Sandy Encourage Reading At Twin Oak
Volunteers are very special people and an important facet of the daily operations of Mount Vernon City School District.  This is especially true of one dedicated volunteer, Phil Samuell and his therapy dog Sandy.  Click the Read More... link to read learn about how Phil and Sandy are impacting reading at Twin Oak. 
Winter Concert Series image Winter Concert Series
The Mount Vernon City Schools Music Department proudly presents its Winter Concert Series. The concerts are free and open to the public.
 
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School Closing Picture SCHOOL CLOSINGS AND DELAYS - HOW IS THE DECISION MADE
The winter season is upon us. Our district administration, faculty, and staff understand that our decision to open or close schools during inclement weather has a big effect on families. We also understand that our students are better served, both academically and socially, by being in school. But, as always, our top priority is the safety of our students.  Please click the Read More... link to further understand the school closing/delay process. 
2017 Fall District Newsletter
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Click the image to download the 2017 District Fall Newsletter.
 
Our Mission
Our mission is to provide, in cooperation with the larger community, a quality education for all students by upholding a standard of excellence in curriculum, staff, facilities, achievement and conduct and to graduate individuals empowered to be self-motivated, life-long learners and responsible citizens.
 
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