Congratulations to the PHS JAG Chapter! 2022 JAG State Conference: Employability Skills 1st Place Shelby Dodd Financial Literacy 2nd Place Elizabeth Brewer Chairman's Award Amanda Miller Outstanding JAG Chapter 2nd Place Phillips High School
REMINDER: All parents who think they may qualify for free or reduced lunch, please fill out a form immediately if you did not do so this year. If not, your student will have to pay next year until the form is completed.
See the updated Senior Job Fair Registration List for Friday, May 6th at Bevill State below. If you'd still like to sign up, please go register at: https://forms.gle/hQuFCbjHSi42CTEm6 DCH Health System King Kutter Inc. Career Coach Guin Water Works and Sewer Board First National Bank Bevill State Community College ALABAMA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD Clayton Supply Guin Masonite Corporation KONTOOR BRANDS Alabama Career Center System Phifer Incorporated Kith Kitchens, LLC ResourceMFG (TOYOTA | MS) Job Corps Alabama Department of Corrections TRU Riverbirch Fontaine Trailer Sunset Manor Listerhill Credit Union G&G Steel, Inc. North Mississippi Medical Center - Hamilton Buccaneer Homes Diversicare - Winfield
ALABAMA CELEBRATES AMERICA’S MILITARY STUDENTS AND FAMILIES THIS MONTH! https://files.constantcontact.com/ecd88bf2801/a2cdee88-4794-45b7-b880-9ad502045b60.pdf
Phillips High School Ag students are selling plants they grew in their greenhouse.
Fall 2022 - Substitute Sign-Up Days
Isaac Rodrigo Padilla Gurrero of Hamilton Middle School won third place in the Alabama Farm-City Poster Contest for 4th-6th Grade. He was honored at the Alabama Farm-City Awards Luncheon and Program April 7 in Birmingham and received $75 from Alabama Farmers Cooperative (AFC). His school also received $75. From left to right are AFC’s Jade Randolph; Gurrero; his teacher, Kay Knight; and Alabama Farm-City Committee Chair Jeff Helms. Congratulations!
Happy Paraprofessional Appreciation Day! THANK YOU to our paraprofessionals for being such a huge support system to our students AND our teachers! Today and every day, we appreciate YOU and the job you do!!!
Businesses: The Marion County Career Coaches invite you to participate in the BRIDGE Job Fair for Graduating Seniors planning to go straight into the workforce/or those planning to attend local community colleges looking for part-time jobs after graduation. Registration Form: https://forms.gle/hQuFCbjHSi42CTEm6
All parents who think they may qualify for free or reduced lunch, please fill out a form immediately if you did not do so this year. If not, your student will have to pay next year until the form is completed.
We can't let this day go by without wishing ALL of our wonderful librarians across the county a Happy National School Librarian Day! We appreciate you all!
The Alabama Department of Public Health has requested that we share this link to their website which contains information about ALL Kids Low-cost Health Coverage: https://www.alabamapublichealth.gov/allkids/index.html
The West Alabama Food Bank has requested the following information be shared with our school communities: The West Alabama Food Bank will be set up at the Winfield First United Methodist Church this Friday, April 1st, beginning at 10:00 that morning. They will have free groceries for 150-175 families, and it will be given out on a first come, first serve basis to needy families in Marion County. If you are in need of food, or if you know someone who is, please make plans to be there.
Huge THANKS to the West AL Food Bank for giving out 180 boxes FULL of groceries today to our Marion County students and families!
Hackleburg High School FCCLA students competed at the state competition in Montgomery March 9-11. Courtney Posey and Anna Lindsey competed in Entrepreneurship level 3 and received a bronze medal. Brody Wood competed in Refurbish and Redesign Level 1 and received a bronze medal. Emma Harper placed second in state in Baking and Pastry and received a silver medal. She will advance on to nationals in San Diego, California this summer.
Marion County High School was well represented at the 2022 State Leadership Conference. Students earned the right to attend based on competition, leadership, and community service.
The MCHS Lady Raiders were recognized at today's Marion County Board of Education meeting for winning the 1A Girls Basketball State Championship! Congratulations!
Phillips Elementary School - Kindergarten Registration - March 18th!!!
Alex Ingram, a dual enrollment student from Marion County High School, who is enrolled in the Automotive program at Bevill, has placed 3rd in the Alabama SkillsUSA North District Automotive Technology contest. He is now eligible to compete in the state contest on April 26th.
March 10th - Marion County hosted its 2022 4-H County Roundup at the Hamilton Rec Center. Each school in the county was represented well, and a great time was had by all! Thanks to all who helped make this day such a success!