Thank you District Attorney Scott Slatton, Marion County Sheriff's Department, Hamilton Police Department, and Pickens County Sheriff's Department for conducting another K-9 search in one of our schools. We're working together to keep your kids safe!
Twenty-one Phillips High School students got the chance to give back today by serving with the Shoals area Habitat For Humanity. Mr. Mike King, JAG instructor, organized the event as a service project through Jobs For Americas Graduates (JAG) and local PHS JAG classes.
The annual Federal Programs Advisory Committee met today at the Marion County Board of Education. We always appreciate the discussion and suggestions of the members present.
Thank you to Mrs. Melinda Weaver and Alabama Power for their generosity in providing grant opportunities for our programs and students. Mr. Chris Farris and Mr. Ren Garrison are the proud recipients of Power To Play grants for their band and theater programs.
You are not alone! Ask. Help is everywhere!
Here's a great learning opportunity! Please call the Marion County Extension Office at 205-921-3551 to register.
It is always helpful to check your student's grades and attendance through PowerSchool. Please contact your local school if you need assistance. The link can be found on our website, or you may follow this link to the Parent Sign In page: https://marionco.powerschool.com/public/
Pay Attention to Attendance!
Enjoy your long weekend and stay safe!
September has officially been designated as School Attendance Awareness Month 2023. During this special event in our state and nation, real emphasis is being placed on building greater student engagement, public awareness, and family support for school attendance efforts.
September Breakfast & Lunch Menus
A Message from Superintendent Ann West: Due to the excessive heat forecast for the next few days, please help your child avoid dehydration by having them drink plenty of water.
💉Flu shots will be available to all Marion County students (except those with PEEHIP BCBS) on September 12th. Consent forms will be sent home soon. Please return them to your school nurse if you would like for your student to receive the flu vaccine. 💉
The Alabama Department of Public Health requested that we share this information with you: Health coverage for children is one of the most important school supplies there is! If your children have ALL Kids Alabama, be sure you have renewed their coverage when you’re restocking the pens and notebooks! If your child needs health insurance, ALL Kids Alabama is low-cost, comprehensive healthcare coverage for eligible children under the age of 19 who reside in Alabama. With ALL Kids Alabama, children and teens can get the immunizations, regular check-ups, eye exams, mental health, and other care that helps them stay healthy so they flourish in school. RENEW or APPLY TODAY: https://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/allkids/
The Phillips High School Art Liaison, Mr. Chris Farris, has received an Alabama Power grant in the amount of $1000 to be used for the art and theatre program. The theatre program is in its fourth year at PHS. The PHS Channel 1 Newscast will be returning within the next few weeks, and preparations are being made for the Annual Christmas Play. The PHS theatre Program serves in building school culture while actively engaging the community stakeholders. Congratulations!
Please refer to www.mcbe.net for information concerning the Summer P-EBT cards. The only information we have received is posted on our district website.
Wishing all of our students, staff, faculty, and administrators a wonderful 2023-2024 school year!
We are looking for substitute bus drivers!