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About Us

The Mitchell County School System has qualified and receives Federal funds to assist students in meeting state achievement standards. Every year, it is our responsibility to evaluate our current programs in an effort to ensure that all Mitchell County Schools focus on the strategies and goals that have the most potential to improve student achievement.  As part of our planning process, the office of Federal Programs has established a Planning FOCUS Team whose task and purpose will be to review and revise the planning documents that guide the use of Federal funds.  Increasing stakeholder involvement in the educational process is an important goal of the Mitchell County School System. 

Robert Adams, Superintendent 
(229) 336-2100
Vickie Smith, Coordinator 
(229) 336-2156  ext. 1003
Invitation to Participate

Mitchell County School
Mitchell County Schools are reviewing and revising our Title I Parent Involvement Plan, Equity Plan,  and our CLIP (Consolidated LEA Implementation Plan - NCLB Descriptors and Implementation Plans).  Meetings are held at each school to review and revise these documents.  Please contact your children's school(s) to participate in this process.  A meeting will also be held at the Mitchell County Board of Education's Superintendent’s Conference Room, 108 South Harney Street, to allow time for parents and stakeholders to view these plans and offer feedback and suggestions.

Times available for review at Mitchell County Board of Education will during the summer. Dates and times will be posted on system’s page. We invite you to the MCSS Superintendent's Conference Room to participate in this review process. If you have any questions concerning this review process, please contact Federal Programs Coordinator, Vickie Smith, at 229-336-2156 ext. 1003 or