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MCPSS earns B on state report card

For the first time since Alabama began issuing a state report card, Mobile County Public Schools has earned a B rating, improving six points from a 77 last year to an 83 in 2019.

Thu Nov 07 03:48 PM

24 high school students serve on Superintendent Threadgill's Student Advisory Council
24 high school students serve on Superintendent Threadgill's Student Advisory Council

Two students from each high school are giving the superintendent input as part of the council.

Thu Nov 07 03:11 PM

Mobile County students performed at Trumbauer Theatre Festival.
Mobile County students perform well at Trumbauer

Hundreds of students from MCPSS high schools participated in district theatre festival, with many now heading to state competition.

Thu Nov 07 02:51 PM

Army JROTC cadets compete in Raider Challenge.
JROTC cadets compete in Raider Challenge

Army JROTC teams from 10 Mobile County high schools ran, climbed, and crawled their way through obstacle courses.

Thu Nov 07 02:42 PM

AP Scholars 2019
MCPSS congratulates 228 AP Scholars

A total of 228 Mobile County Public Schools students earned Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar recognition in 2019. Many of them were congratulated by MCPSS Deputy Superintendent Dr. Lakesha Brackins recently at Central Campus.

Fri Nov 01 03:51 PM

Eighth-graders are invited to apply for any of our 12 Signature Academies now until Dec. 31.
Signature Academy applications now available online

Students have until Dec. 31 for apply for the Signature Academy at any of Mobile County Public Schools' 12 high schools.

Wed Oct 16 09:08 AM

Denton Magnet School of Technology received $750 through Chevron's Fuel Your School program.
Denton robotics program receives $750 from Chevron

Denton Magnet School of Technology received a grant as part of Chevron's Fuel Your Schools campaign.

Wed Oct 16 09:08 AM

Eichold-Mertz School of Math, Science and Technology won the National Blue Ribbon.
Eichold-Mertz wins National Blue Ribbon Award

The magnet school focusing on math, science and technology is the 14th MCPSS school to win the Blue Ribbon, which is the highest honor given by the U.S. Department of Education to public and private schools.

Wed Oct 16 09:07 AM

Archived News

service learning
Empatico: Dawes teachers building empathy through service learning

How can 40 classrooms from across the United States work together to build empathy in our next generation through service learning projects?

Fri Nov 01 07:43 AM

Barbara Stringer
Wilmer cook turns cafeteria into underwater paradise

Barbara Stringer’s love for and dedication to the students at Wilmer Elementary didn’t take a break this summer.

Fri Nov 01 07:41 AM

Ingalls Grants
MCPSS schools awarded grants from Ingalls

Mobile County Public Schools received five of the 26 grants Ingalls Shipbuilding awarded to STEM projects across Mississippi and Alabama.

Thu Oct 24 11:23 AM

Baker High School
Baker High School receives $5,000 beautification grant

We are pleased to announce that Baker High School was a recipient for a $5,000 beautification grant from the Lowe’s Charitable and Education Foundation. Stephanie Tashbin, the school’s Career Academy Specialist, applied for the grant to spruce up the Freshman Academy annex. Toolbox for Education grants are reserved for school improvement projects in order to improve the communities they serve. The school used the money for a new sidewalk and landscaping. Baker High School would like to thank Lowe’s Home Improvement and Toolbox for Education for their generosity and support! Baker High School serves about 2,400 students and is located on Airport Boulevard.

Thu Oct 24 11:21 AM

MCPSS launches more user-friendly mcpss.com

Mobile County Public Schools re-launched its website – www.mcpss.com – this summer, creating a more user-friendly format and more visually appealing platform.

Thu Oct 24 11:20 AM

2019-20 school year
Students return to begin 2019-20 school year

It’s a new school year and Dodge Elementary student Jonah Alexander has come to a realization.

Thu Oct 24 11:18 AM

Fonde cancer fundraiser
Mobile Fire, Police play basketball for Fonde cancer fundraiser

Fonde Elementary fifth-grader Ashley Aquino said she was rooting for both teams as Mobile Police played Mobile Fire-Rescue in a game of a basketball.

Thu Oct 24 11:15 AM

Concussion Awareness Program
MCPSS athletes participate in Concussion Awareness Program

Six Mobile County Public Schools high schools are participating in the Concussion Awareness Program, which is designed to decrease the number of missed concussions and to decrease the recovery time for players.

Thu Oct 24 11:13 AM

Worlds of Opportunity
Worlds of Opportunity offers look at potential careers

Dewayne Lockett-James was interested in computer technology and manufacturing. Charleston Webb wanted to find out about aerospace and aviation.

Thu Oct 24 11:12 AM

Be Healthy
Austin, Haskew receive $10,000 Be Healthy grants

Mary B. Austin and Pearl Haskew elementary schools received $10,000 Be Healthy grants from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama.

Thu Oct 24 11:03 AM

School Board gives Superintendent Threadgill high marks on evaluation

The Mobile County Board of School Commissioners gave Superintendent Chresal Threadgill all 5’s out of 5 on his annual evaluation, which was conducted during a special-called meeting on Thursday.

Thu Oct 24 11:02 AM

Bicentennial Schools of Excellence
Clark-Shaw, Phillips named Bicentennial Schools of Excellence

Clark-Shaw School of Math, Science and Technology and Phillips Preparatory School were recognized recently as Bicentennial Schools of Excellence for their students’ work honoring Alabama’s history. Clark-Shaw and Phillips are two of only 21 schools to receive this honor, which comes with a $5,000 grant.

Thu Oct 24 11:00 AM

Metal Detectors
Metal detectors are part of enhanced protocol for high school sporting events

As part of a new enhanced protocol for entry into high school sporting events, Mobile County Public Schools has purchased and assembled walk-through metal detectors to be used at every home football game.

Thu Oct 24 10:59 AM

MCPSS high school students tackle environmental projects

Students at several Mobile County high schools have joined with a local environmental organization to participate in projects to help the environment in their communities.

Thu Oct 24 10:52 AM

Superintendent Chresal Threadgill
Teachers ready for 2019-20 school year after inspirational Teachers Institute

With classes set to begin on Tuesday, Mobile County Public Schools’ teachers received some words of encouragement and inspiration, as well as some beautiful songs and performances, at the second Teachers Institute on Friday at the Mobile Civic Center.

Thu Oct 24 10:44 AM