Middle School

Denton Named State Outstanding Middle School

April 30, 2021
In ,

Mobile’s Denton Magnet School of Technology was named Alabama’s Most Outstanding Middle School of the Year by the Alabama Technology Student Association (TSA). Denton students won eight first-place awards, three second-place and three third-place awards in a virtual competition as part of the association’s annual state conference, WKRG reported. Those who placed first will go…

Read More

Four School Systems Become First For “We Build It Better”

March 19, 2021
In ,

Four Alabama school systems have signed up for the full “We Build It Better” middle-school science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics curriculum developed by Flight Works Alabama. Baldwin Public Schools, the Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS), Selma City Schools and the Dallas County School District have enrolled following the pilot, which included 11 schools…

Read More

Baldwin County Public Schools Get Art Grants

March 12, 2021
In , , ,

Eight Baldwin County public schools have been awarded grants totaling $140,000 from the Alabama Arts Education Initiative Grant, GulfCoastNewsToday.com is among outlets to report. The purpose of the grants is to provide schools an opportunity to strengthen the development and implementation of comprehensive arts education programs. They may provide additional support to schools with existing…

Read More
Work Already Evident In Spanish Fort Redistricting

Work Already Evident In Spanish Fort Redistricting

February 26, 2021
In , ,

NBC 15 reported on upcoming changes due to the effects of school redistricting in Spanish Fort. New construction and eventually making Spanish Fort Middle School a seventh- and eighth-grade-only school are expected to soon follow similar changes that happened in Daphne and Fairhope as their population grew. Work has begun at Stonebridge Elementary School along…

Read More

Elberta Middle Wins Mural Contest

February 26, 2021
In ,

Elberta Middle School was recently announced a 2020 Classroom Mural Award winner in the Wyland National Art Challenge, according to the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. The contest encourages students across the nation to think about various conservation issues and how to interpret them through art. As one of only three winning classrooms…

Read More

Mobile County Teachers Named Finalists For State Awards

December 31, 2020
In , ,

Hutchens Elementary’s Nicole Baranov and Dawes Intermediate’s Jessica Ellzey were recently named state finalists for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, the Mobile County Public School System announced. The awards represent the highest honors bestowed by the U.S. government for K-12 science, technology, engineering and mathematics teaching.

Read More
Mobile Christian Schedules Open House

Mobile Christian Schedules Open House

November 13, 2020
In ,

Mobile Christian School will host an open house on January 24, 2021, at 1:30-3:30 p.m. Attendees will meet the administrative team, and several faculty members, coaches and current students. Children are encouraged to attend, but facemasks are required for anyone over the age of 7. The K3-12 private school is accredited through AdvancEd, the Southern…

Read More
Mobile County Magnet School Application Period Opening

Mobile County Magnet School Application Period Opening

October 30, 2020
In , , ,

The application period for Mobile County Public School System magnet schools for the 2021-2022 school year opens on November 2 and closes December 4. The system has three magnet elementary schools (Council Traditional School; Eichold-Mertz School of Math, Science and Technology; and Old Shell Road Elementary) and five magnet middle schools (Clark-Shaw, Denton Magnet School…

Read More
Threadgill Wins State Superintendent Of The Year

Threadgill Wins State Superintendent Of The Year

October 16, 2020
In , , ,

Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS) Superintendent Chresal Threadgill was recently named state superintendent of the year by the School Superintendents of Alabama on October 14, AL.com was among sources to report. The group claims about 1,500 members representing 138 public school systems. “Today is only the beginning of continuing my passion and dedication to…

Read More

Ready to Subscribe?

Get weekly updates delivered right to your inbox.