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Division of Student Support Services




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 The Division of Student Support Services is committed to providing
assistance to all students and their families in an effort to remove all
academic barriers to learning.

With graduation for every student being our goal, we will do whatever
it takes to ensure that all students are at school everyday, healthy,
and ready to learn.

Further, we will help to keep school environments conducive to quality
instruction and assist students in their postsecondary plans.


                                                                                                                           Terrence S. Mixon, Executive Director
                                                                                                                           Student Support Services



The application period for all student transfers for the Mobile County Public School System will begin April 28, 2014. An application is required for students who wish to enroll outside of their attendance zone. Once the transfer is approved, it is valid through the school’s exit grade unless the transfer is revoked.


Transfer applications will be available in the office of Student Support Services at the Central Office of the Mobile County Public School System. Applications will also be on the MCPSS website (under the parents tab) beginning April 28. The application period is from April 28 - May 30, 2014.



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Board Approved revisions to the Code of Conduct as they pertain to suspension. CLICK HERE to review the new grid that replaces Section III pages 7-32 and Secion V pages 45-51.

What is the Student Handbook and Code of Conduct ... and Why Do We Need It?

The Student Handbook and Code of Conduct provides guidelines that:

  • Describe a positive school environment.
  • Describe conduct which is disruptive to the school's environment.
  • Strive to standardize procedures used in responding to disruptive situations.
  • State the rights and responsibilities of administrators, teachers, parents/guardians and students.
  • Allow for annual distribution of required information to parents/guardians as prescribed by federal and state regulations.

For your convenience, the Student Handbook and Code of Conduct has been posted on the website.  CLICK HERE!