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MCSS's Schools Closed for Students January 17

The Mitchell County School System (MCSS)/Baconton Community Charter School (BCCS) will be closed (students and employees will not report to school) on Wednesday, January 17th due to inclement weather conditions. School will resume on Thursday, January 18th at the regular time.
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Book Fairs

Mitchell Middle Book Fair from October 27-November 3 and Mitchell Elementary Book Fair from December 4-8, 2017. For more info, contact the Media Specialist at each school.
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MCMS Young Marines Toys for Tots

Collections for Toys for Tots started on October 1, 2017 will go until December 10, 2017. The  Mitchell County Middle School’s Young Marines will do their best to help out the Marines Corps Reserve in Mitchell County. The MCMS Young Marines are trying to raise enough toys for 300 families in Mitchell County this year. .......
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Five P's Power

We got the power!!! The students in Mrs. K. Murray’s Kindergarten class have the five P’s power! Check out the picture for examples of our five P’s expectations.
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Griggs, Harbach AFJROTC Outstanding Instructors

Master Sergeant (MSgt), United States Air Force retired, Scott Griggs (left) and Master Sergeant (MSgt), United States Air Force retired, Gil Harbach (right) have been selected as Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC) Outstanding Instructors for 2017 by Headquarters, AFJROTC, Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Alabama. ........
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Amie Dean, The Behavior Queen

On August 11-August 14, all of the MCSS teachers attended a full-day behavior management workshop with The Behavior Queen, Amie Dean.  Amie Dean is a National Board Certified teacher with a Masters degree in Education and has worked 22 years in education. She has worked with thousands of teachers from across the United States.
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Weathering the Storm

Chief Meteorologist Yolanda Amadeo from WALB visited MCPS campus. She gave the students firsthand information on what to do during severe weather, how rain is formed, precipitation, and so much more. Ms. Amadeo reminded the students that education is important when becoming a meteorologist. She told them that meteorologists observe weather patterns, fly into the eye of storms, calculate temperatures, and much more......
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MCHS Leo Club

The Leo Club is off to a good start. Leo stands for Leadership, Experience and Opportunities. As members of Mitchell County High School Leo club, students are learning what it means to be a Leo. With a focus on community involvement at its center, students will be working this year to build relations with members inside of our community through volunteering and community outreach. ......
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