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Tuesday, February 04, 2014

Gilliard hosts 6th Annual Archery Tournament

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Gilliard Elementary played host to the 6th Annual Gilliard Gator Pride Archery Tournament. This huge tournament was a three day event held on December 12th, 13th and 14th at Gilliard Elementary School. There were local teams from Mobile and Baldwin counties as well as teams from Pascagoula, MS and Ft.Walton Beach, FL. The tournament had 27 teams in three divisions. Gilliard came in first out of thirteen elementary school teams with a total score of 3019. There were 268 shooters...

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Causey Tigers win Class 3A Championship

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The Causey Middle boys basketball team won the Class 3A County Championship on January 23 with a 36 to 26 victory over Calloway-Smith Middle.  Student Dejonte Thomas was named the championship game's most valuable player.  The Causey Tigers completed the season with a record of 10 and 3.  Congratulations to Coach Hamilton and the Tigers for their hard work!

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Friday, January 31, 2014

Did you know...? Meet board member Tracie Roberson

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With January being Alabama’s School Board Appreciation Month, we here at the Mobile County Public School System thought it would be a great opportunity to let constituents get to know their representatives better. Nancy Pierce asked all five members of the Mobile County Board of School Commissioners to come up with some fun and little-known facts about themselves. She asked them to answer the question: “Did you know?” Thursday, we posted the answers of board President Reginald...

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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Mobile Metro Teen Writing Fair & Young Authors Conference

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News from Metro Mobile Reading Council:Teen Literary Magazine and Young Authors’ Anthology Submission Deadlines:  February 17, 2014  Teen Writing FairOn March 15, 2014 from 1:30-3:30, we will have our first Teen Writing Fair and Workshop at the West Regional Branch Library on Grelot Road.  Students will get to meet published authors, and talk with people who make their living from writing for newspapers, magazines, websites, and as published authors.  Like...

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Monday, January 27, 2014

Did you know...? Meet board member Don Stringfellow

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With January being Alabama’s School Board Appreciation Month, we here at the Mobile County Public School System thought it would be a great opportunity to let constituents get to know their representatives better. Nancy Pierce asked all five members of the Mobile County Board of School Commissioners to come up with some fun and little-known facts about themselves. She asked them to answer the question: “Did you know?” Thursday, we posted the answers of board President Reginald...

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Mobile County schools closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; will reopen Friday

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Mobile County Public Schools and all school offices will be closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday to severe winter weather that will involve freezing temperatures, ice and possible snow. “We just want everyone to stay in and stay safe the next three days,” said Mobile County schools Superintendent Martha Peek. MCPSS officials met with Mobile County Emergency Management Agency officials today to discuss the forecast and potential dangers of being on the road. “Based on the...

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Friday, January 24, 2014

Did you know...? Meet board Vice President Doug Harwell

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With January being Alabama’s School Board Appreciation Month, we here at the Mobile County Public School System thought it would be a great opportunity to let constituents get to know their representatives better. Nancy Pierce asked all five members of the Mobile County Board of School Commissioners to come up with some fun and little-known facts about themselves. She asked them to answer the question: “Did you know?” Thursday, we posted the answers of board President Reginald...

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Thursday, January 23, 2014

Did you know...? Meet board President Dr. Reginald Crenshaw

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With January being Alabama’s School Board Appreciation Month, we here at the Mobile County Public School System thought it would be a great opportunity to let constituents get to know their representatives better. Nancy Pierce asked all five members of the Mobile County Board of School Commissioners to come up with some fun and little-known facts about themselves. She asked them to answer the question: “Did you know?” We will start with school board President Dr. Reginald...

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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Congratulations, Mobile County's Teachers of the Year

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Mobile County Public Schools named two countywide Teachers of the Year today. DeAnna Stevens, a third-grade teacher at Dawes Intermediate, is the Elementary Teacher of the Year. And Julian Stewart, who established and continues to teach in the Aquaculture Program at Bryant High School, is the Secondary Teacher of the Year. Both are being nominated for Alabama Teacher of the Year. MCPSS board member Bill Foster and central office staff surprised both teachers today by showing up at their schools...

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Friday, January 17, 2014

MCPSS graduation rate increases to 75 percent

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MOBILE, Alabama – Mobile County Public Schools’ graduation rate has increased to 75 percent, Superintendent Martha Peek announced. That is an increase from 70 percent in 2012 and 64 percent in 2011. “This signifies that great progress is being made toward reaching the goal of all students graduating college and career ready,” Peek said. “Reaching 75 percent can be attributed to the hard work that is being done in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade and emphasizes...

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Friday, January 10, 2014

J.E. Turner faculty has a "SNOW" day for professional development

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J.E. Turner Elementary faculty and staff came to school on Monday bundled up with their winter hats, scarves, boots and mittens. It was a SNOW day at JET. And according to officials there, it's "SNOW" secret that JET is the BEST! Teachers began the day warming up with snowballs (donuts), coffee and hot chocolate. The snacks and team building activities were centered around the SNOW theme. The professional learning was provided by the JET School Leadership Team. They covered topics...

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Thursday, January 09, 2014

Proposed redistricting lines for Board of School Commissioners of Mobile County

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The Board of School Commissioners of Mobile County will hold a meeting in which it will consider a resolution making changes to the boundaries of its existing board member election districts at 6 p.m. on Monday, January 27, 2014, at the Mobile County Public School System Central Office, 1 Magnum Pass, Mobile, AL 36618. Maps of Mobile County indicating the proposed district boundaries are available for inspection during regular business hours, from January 13, 2014, until the date and time of...

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Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Mobile County Public Schools to resume normal schedules Thursday

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MCPSS would like to thank all our employees for coming to work Tuesday and Wednesday with the cold weather. And we'd like to remind students, parents and staff that school will resume its normal schedule on Thursday. Schools will start on time and we ask everyone to follow the dress code. In particular, we are thankful to our Facilities Department for preparing the 90 school campuses for the record-breaking temperatures and for making needed repairs. And we'd like to thank our Transportation...

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Which local school boasts players on each of the last four BCS National Championship teams?

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Which local school has had graduates play on each of the BCS National Championship teams from 2010-2013? That would be Mobile County’s Blount High School. The Leopards boast these graduates, among many others who have made their mark in NCAA football: Jonathan Evans was an Auburn Tiger in 2011. Jarrick Williams played for the Alabama Crimson Tide in 2012 and 2013 (and remains on the team as a graduate student having earned his bachelor’s degree in December). Wilson Bell plays...

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Monday, January 06, 2014

MCPSS schools delayed two hours Tuesday, Wednesday due to cold weather

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Mobile County Public Schools will delay the start of school by two hours on both Tuesday and Wednesday, due to record-breaking temperatures caused by an Arctic blast. Buses will run their regular routes, and students will be picked up at their normal stops exactly two hours later than usual. All school system employees will report to work at their regular time. “We are delaying school by two hours because we don’t want students out waiting for their buses in the cold,” said...

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