Hackleburg High School - Plant and Flower Sale Coming April 1st!
Next week, high school students will have the opportunity to participate in the Spring 2024 College Application Campaign (February 19-23, 2024). Many colleges have waived application fees for this event. Follow this link for more information and a list of the participating colleges: https://files.constantcontact.com/ecd88bf2801/7b21cf6b-2b3b-466f-8c0e-b9184ec00e9c.pdf
Our amazing Career Coaches have done it again: what an awesome Hospitality, Tourism, and Entrepreneurship Expo this morning! Thank you to all who participated to make this event a success, and to Hackleburg High School for being such a gracious host.
All Marion County Schools will be closed Monday, February 19, 2024 in observance of Presidents' Day.
Marion Winston Youth Leadership toured the Capitol on Wednesday.
Happy National School Counseling Week to our amazing School Counselors! Shown are: counselors Lisa McCaleb, Halie Hagood, Raven Wilburn, and Monica Allen along with presenters Ryan Sanderson, Trey George, Al Temple, and Superintendent Ann West.
Congratulations to the following JAG District Award winners from PHS: Career Prep 1st - Lauren Welch; Employability Skills 4th - Amanda Miller; Financial Literacy 3rd - Zach Farr; Business Plan 2nd - River Poe, Brayden Rickett, Payton Grissom; Project Based Learning Project 4th - Gracie Hester, Ethan Bailey, Cayden Gallardo, and Garrett Hyde.
Happy National School Counseling Week to all of our wonderful School Counselors!
Happy National School Counseling Week to our amazing School Counselors! Shown are: Johnathan Tuck, Jessica Scott, Alana Hawkins, Julie Kladke, Chasity Galbreath, and Erica Salter with Kevin Dulaney, Federal Programs Supervisor, Ann West, Superintendent, and our School Board.
The Alabama Literacy Act (2019) was established to help improve reading in Alabama public schools to ensure students are reading on grade level by the end of the 3rd grade. Check out our webpage for resources for your student: https://www.mcbe.net/o/mcbe/page/alabama-literacy-act
Thank you to Bevill State Community College for hosting the 2024 TORCH Competition! Congratulations to all of the participants and winners!
February is CTE Month! Career and Technical Education Month® is a public awareness campaign that takes place each February to celebrate CTE, the accomplishments of CTE programs, and the importance of CTE for all students of all ages.
It's a great day to thank a school bus driver! Today is Alabama School Bus Driver Appreciation Day! Let's celebrate the hard-working professionals who safely transport our students to and from school across Alabama!
Phillips High School Theater had a great opportunity to not only see the Broadway performance of Disney's Aladdin, but also participate in a question answer session with 3 main cast members. Big thanks go to Adi Roy (Aladdin), Senzel Ahmady (Jasmine) and Nathan Levy (Omar) for their wonderful performance and spending time with our students, and to Chris Farris (PHS Theater teacher) for writing the grant for the tickets.
Our Marion County Schools Board Members were recognized at today's board meeting for the excellent job they do for our school system. Left to right: Joyce Fowler, Mark Dearen, Don Jones, Daryl Weatherly, Beverly Burleson, and Superintendent Ann West. We appreciate you all!
The Marion County Board of Education is now accepting applications for a temporary, part-time (Grades 7-12) intervention teacher position for the remainder of the current 2023-2024 school year at Phillips High School. Certification in grades 6-12 preferred. Applicants must have a valid Alabama Teacher Certificate. This is a part-time position with preference given to retired TRS members. Follow this link to the Teach in Alabama Website: https://ats1.atenterprise.powerschool.com/ats/app_login?COMPANY_ID=00008500
Updated Breakfast and Lunch Menus
Great news! We will be able to reopen schools in the morning, Tuesday, January 23rd. We will delay the start time one hour in the morning. If the bus usually picks your children up at 7:00, they will be picked up in the morning at 8:00. Welcome back!
Due to continued icy conditions on many of our secondary county roads and water issues in many areas of the county, all Marion County Schools will be closed tomorrow, January 22nd. Hopefully everything will thaw tomorrow as the temperatures warm into the 50's.