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AN IMPORTANT UPDATE FROM SUPERINTENDENT CHRESAL THREADGILL CONCERNING THE REMAINDER OF THE 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and State Superintendent of Education Dr. Eric Mackey announced today that schools in Alabama will not be reopening for traditional face-to-face schooling for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. However, we will have alternative schooling in place beginning after spring break.

Thu Mar 26 04:38 PM

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Frequently asked questions regarding MCPSS, the upcoming school closure, and coronavirus

Superintendent Chresal Threadgill provides the answers to questions parents have asked us over the weekend regarding coronavirus and our upcoming school closure.

Mon Mar 23 10:44 AM

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Feeding program begins during school closure

Mobile County Public Schools will operate a feeding program at 66 sites beginning Thursday to help make sure that no child goes hungry during the school closure now in effect.

Wed Mar 18 08:30 AM

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Update from Superintendent Threadgill: District-wide school closure begins at end of the day on March 17

School closure is moved up a day. Feeding program to be released later today.

Tue Mar 17 10:39 AM

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MCPSS to close Thursday, March 19, and reopen on Monday, April 6, due to coronavirus

Mobile County Public Schools is closing on March 19 under Governor Kay Ivey's State of Emergency.

Tue Mar 17 09:20 AM

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An important update from Superintendent Chresal Threadgill

Information about the upcoming school closure, including academic enrichment packets that will be available.

Tue Mar 17 09:19 AM

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MARCH 12 UPDATE FROM SUPERINTENDENT THREADGILL ON CORONAVIRUS PRECAUTIONS

Preventative measures are being taken throughout MCPSS. We will continue to update.

Fri Mar 13 11:22 AM

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IMPORTANT UPDATES REGARDING the CORONAVIRUS

Please join us in taking these preventive measures

Fri Mar 13 10:51 AM

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MCPSS students shine at Mobile Regional Science & Engineering Fair

Dakota Perry of Dunbar School for Creative and Performing Arts won Best in Fair in the Junior Division, while students from Clark-Shaw School of Math, Science & Technology, Phillips Preparatory, Davidson High School and Murphy High School won category awards.

Thu Mar 12 03:45 PM

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Students display impressive work at Mobile County Science Fair

Murphy's Shubha Singh wins top overall award for a project examining how cancer cells react to nicotine.

Wed Feb 12 06:01 PM