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.         December 3 (Saturday) - MC Middle School home basketball game against Pelham at 10 a.m. 
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December 13:  MCSS Board Meeting - 6:30 p.m.

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December 3:    MC High School home basketball game against Pelham at 6 p.m. No JV game.  See calendar below for list of all games. 
.  December 16:  Early Dismissal Day - 1 p.m. 

 

.December 19-January 2:  MCSS Winter Holiday
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  • MCSS Winter Coat Drive
    Attention: Parents, Teachers, MCSS Employees, Community Members.  The weather is gradually turning colder and we want to make sure all of our students are bundled up for warmth while they are waiting or walking to the bus stop.    


    Parents:  If your child needs a jacket for the cold/wintry days, please ask the bus driver for a Coat Drive Request Form and/or forms will also  be available at each school.  You can also download the form-Coat Request and give to the bus driver. 

    All who wish to donate a coat, can do so by bringing the coat to the school of your choice. 

    If you have any questions, please notify Mr. Fundrail Quimbley- 229-336-2100 ext. 1014 or Mr. Derek Hadley-229-336-2100 ext. 1018

  • MCMS Area Middle School Football Championship

    Congratulations to Coach W. Martin, Coach A. McIntyre and the MCMS football players for winning the Area Middle School Football Championship.  (Back to Back Champions) They completed the season with an 8-1 record. 

     

  • The Eagle's Nest Newsletter
     Don't have the November issue or need another copy of an earlier issue, No problem.  Click on links below.

    August 2016       September 2016       October 2016          November 2016

    In November issue, read about the Pre-K activities  (page 3) and see pictures from MCHS Senior Night (page 11) or read about students participating in the Camilla Red Ribbon Drug Free Rally (page 1).  Want to see earlier editions (starting in August 2008) click on archives

  • Mitchell County High School Recognized by GaDOE

    November 7, 2016 – This year during Attendance Awareness Month, the Georgia Department of Education worked to identify the elementary, middle, and high schools that have made the greatest progress in improving student attendance. Mitchell County High School was recognized as one of these schools. 

     

    “Reducing chronic absenteeism has a marked impact on students’ ability to learn, achieve, and grow,”   Superintendent Woods said. “The schools being recognized today are doing an excellent job improving their school climate, increasing student attendance, and working with their communities to eliminate barriers to getting to school. This is great news for students, and these schools and communities should be commended.”  The following schools had the largest percentage decline in the number of students missing 15 or more days of school over the past two school years, and also had a School Climate Star Rating of 4 or 5:

     

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    1. Atkinson County High School (Atkinson County)
    2. Mitchell County High School (Mitchell County)
    3. Gordon Lee High School (Chickamauga City)

     

    School attendance is essential to academic success, but too often students, parents, and schools don’t realize how quickly absences – excused or unexcused – can add up to academic trouble. For eighth graders in Georgia who miss less than six days of school, the graduation rate is 80 percent or higher. Those who miss 15 or more days have a substantially lower graduation rate of 38 percent.

  • Teacher Academy: PBIS Resources

    Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) is an approach to supporting students to be successful in schools.  PBIS was developed from research in the fields of behavior theory and effective instruction.  PBIS supports all students through intervention ranging from a school-wide system to a system for developing individualized plans for specific students. School-wide PBIS focuses on the development and implementation of pro-active procedures and practices to prevent problem behavior for all students and improve school climate.

    PBIS Handbook  (word format) 

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