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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

MCPSS Special Olympics team victorious at state games

Posted by Marcie McNeal in Athletics  |  Post a comment

Congratulations to the thirty eight athletes representing 12 different schools in the Mobile County Public Schools.  On Friday, May 16th, Team Mobile County hit the trail for the Special Olympic State Games in Troy, Alabama where athletes went for the Gold in the sports of Track & Field, Bocce, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Golf, Baseball, Equestrian, and Swimming.Opening Ceremonies were held Friday evening in Trojan Arena at Troy University and Competitions held through different venues...

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Ronald Rowell named 2014-2015 Alabama's High School Principal of the Year

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  Ronald Rowell, principal of Theodore High School in the Mobile County School System, has been named 2014-2015 Alabama High School Principal of the Year by the Alabama Association of Secondary School Principals (AASSP).  Rowell will represent the state of Alabama in a national judging of high school leaders in the National Principal of the Year Program sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals(NASSP).  Rowell earned...

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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

MCPSS educator gives a Fresh Take to an NEA challenge question

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Fresh Take                                   What Gets You Out of Bed on a School Day?                                         ...

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Burns middle performs aboard the USS Alabama

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The Burns Jazz band Parents and the community enjoyed an evening of music aboard the USS Alabama thanks to Burns Middle students.  All four of the Burns Middle bands performed special selections on May 8, 2014. The advanced concert band, wind ensamble, Jazz band and beginner Bands performed for a crowd of 400-500 parents, grandparents, borthers , sisters and friends.  The concert was complete with two special additions: a tour...

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Art teacher wins state PTA middle school teacher of the year

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Ms. Stuart at PTA awards banquet in Huntsville When you walk down the halls of Burns Middle, you might find it hard to look straight ahead.  That's because throughout the building-even on the ceiling, there are works of art from the students.  Art educator, Ms. Stuart has been using her creative talent and cheerful spirit to teach students for seventeen years at Burns Middle.  And this year, her work...

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Theodore honors the best of its 2014 class

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Theodore`s top of the class The top students from Theodore High School's 2014 graduating class were recently honored for their hardwork by school administrators.  Transported by limousine, the students celebrated with a luncheon at Felix's Fish Camp.  Joined by the senior class sponsors, counselor, assistant principal, and principal, the students received accolades for excellence in academics.  Pictured left to right - Michael...

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Citronelle soccer team to perform in state playoffs

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Headed to the State Play offs Congratulations to the Citronelle High School boys soccer team for making it to the State Playoffs.  The team scored big in Huntsville, Alabama, after working extremely hard and putting in the dedication to practice.  Not only are they going to State but congratulations to Coach Pippin for being chosen as the South's Soccer Team Coach.  He will coach during state's...

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Eichold-Mertz awarded library grant

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The Lois Lenski Covey Foundation has awarded Eichold-Mertz Elementary a library book grant for this school year.  The award is based on author Lois Lenski of the 1946 Newbery Medal Award Winning book "Strawberry Girl".  Her foundation emphasizes encouraging young people to not only read, but to LOVE to read.   The staff and students at Eichold-Mertz Elementary extend their thanks to the foundation for the wonderful books.    ...

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MGM sets a new record during community service drive

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  Mary G. Montgomery's student leadership hosted a Be the Match registration drive on May 7, 2014. Be The Match, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP), is a nonprofit organization that’s dedicated to helping every patient get the life-saving transplant they need. The student group had a total of 75 people join the Be the Match bone marrow registry during their drive. The high school not only served the community in...

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North Mobile holds 1st Writing Showcase and Math Day

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Jonathan Trahan, Aaron Belt, T.J. Jackson, Miya Herndon, Destiny Duncan, Hannah Leveritt, Kenneth Bennett, Zoey Bunn, Marquess Withers, Avian Gatley, Katie Chandler,Rachel Lowrey, Tiffany Davis, Hannah Odom, Janie Best, Seven Walton, Bailey Pritchett, Duncan Reed, Bradyn Peterson, Victoria Dubois, Haven Howard, Emma Knowles, Takayla Washington, Trevor Aaron, Kealan Reed, Keelee Holifield, Joeylly Godwin, Landon Breland, Clair Boyett, Owen Hearn North...

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Blount Career Tech students win national finance contest

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Congratulations to the Blount High School Career Tech students.  The group entered in the Council for Economic Education created this program called Gen i Revolution, a national contest on financial literacy.   The students had to solve 15 missions about financial literacy and then create the 16th mission. They submitted a written and a video submission for this contest competing against students from all over the United States and won! The team’s Mission topic is the...

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ROTC holds 1st Raider Team Challenge

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The MCPSS JROTC Department held its 1st ever "Raider Team Challenge" event.  The event was held at Blakeley State Park and consisted of three grueling events where schools county-wide were invited to participated in a:  Physical Fitness Team Challenge, a Litter carry in conjunction with a land navigation course, and a tug of war contest which was the grand finale.    Mary G. Montgomery High School took home the second and third place trophies while a team...

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Scarborough Middle students pack for community service

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Scarborough Middle School Junior Civitan Club recently volunteered at the Bay Area Food Bank, in which they packed 795 backpacks. The mission of the Backpack Program is to meet the needs of chronically hungry children by providing them with nutritious and easy-to-prepare food to take home on weekends and school vacations when other resources are not available. The Backpacks were filled with enough food for six meals and two snacks. The students volunteers for four hours and made a difference in...

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Friday, April 25, 2014

List of summer school programs for elementary, middle and high school students

Posted by Rena Philips in Parent and Student Information  |  Post a comment

  Mobile County Public Schools is offering summer school at two elementary schools, two middle schools and all 12 high schools. We will also operate a Second Chance Academy for students in grades seven and eight at Davidson High School. Here is information about when to register and when the programs will be offered:    Elementary School Summer Program Who: Students in grades 1 through 4. Where:...

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Instructional Technology Dept. offers courses on the 3C's this summer

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The Department of Instructional Technology will start NEW onLine eLearning courses along with face to face sessions for Mobile County Public School teachers. This year's theme concentrates on the 3Cs: Communication, Collaboration and Creation The Dept. of Instructional Technology has something for everyone.  Teachers will have the option to attend traditional Face2Face Workshops or they can choose to take a 4 week online PD courses.  Both have advantages, it's only a matter of...

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