What's Happening?


We Build It Better
11 MCPSS middle schools selected for We Build It Better pilot program

Flight Works Alabama program is designed to develop engineering, STEM skills in middle schoolers.

Thu Nov 19 04:24 PM

Sherry Dillihay-McDade
Sherry Dillihay-McDade, Dr. Reginald Crenshaw sworn in to school board

Dillihay-McDade is newly elected representative for District 4, while Dr. Crenshaw was elected to a third term in District 3.

Wed Nov 18 04:46 PM

Hankins Middle
MCPSS partners with West Alabama in teacher training program

MCPSS to benefit from University of West Alabama grant for residency project to train tomorrow's teachers.

Wed Nov 18 03:34 PM

report card
Important information about report cards

First quarter report cards will be available Friday, only on Schoology.

Thu Nov 12 10:36 AM

Rain plane 2
B.C. Rain unveils state's first student-built airplane

About 75 students built the plane over a two-year period with guidance from mentors from Airbus and VT Mobile Aerospace Engineering. Three of the students who helped build the plane got to fly in it on Friday.

Fri Nov 06 03:10 PM

Ernest Scarbrough
MCPSS names Ernest Scarbrough as Deputy of Operations

Mr. Scarbrough brings experience in education and the financial industry.

Wed Nov 04 02:34 PM

Chresal Threadgill
Chresal Threadgill named Alabama's Superintendent of the Year

He was recognized this month at the School Superintendents of Alabama conference in Florence for his leadership, particularly throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

Wed Oct 21 01:03 PM

important update
An update from the Superintendent on reopening classrooms

The schedule for returning to classrooms is delayed by Hurricane Sally.

Fri Sep 25 08:28 AM

Return to school (adjusted)
An important update from Superintendent Chresal D. Threadgill

Mobile County Public Schools will begin transitioning students back into classrooms beginning next week.

Thu Sep 10 12:58 PM

Ladd-Peebles Stadium
New protocol in effect for MCPSS football games

New procedures and rules are in place to guard against the spread of COVID-19 at Mobile County Public Schools sporting events.

Fri Sep 04 03:48 PM