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ATTENTION: Message from Superintendent Threadgill

"We just received notice from Governor Kay Ivey and State Superintendent of Education Dr. Eric Mackey that they are NOT REOPENING schools statewide FOR TRADITIONAL FACE-TO-FACE SCHOOLING for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year.  However, we will have alternative schooling in place beginning after spring break. I am aware that there are many questions, but I ask that you remain patient as we work through this unprecedented time together."

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Online registration information will be sent out after April 6th.
  • The most efficient way of communication during this time is email.Please email the appropriate person if you have questions. All email addresses can be found on the Staff tab of this website.   
  • At this time, no decision has been made about any graduation events. We will keep you posted as the situation develops.
  • Prom has been postponed. New date to be determined.
  • New AP testing updates - visit College Board to see changes. More information will be forthcoming. 
  • Free AP Review Courses starting on Wednesday, March 25. 
  • Students currently enrolled in Connexus courses, please use the following link to access your course: Connexus Link.
BAKER ACADEMIES
  • Advanced Placement Capstone- Signature Academy
  • Business Information Technology Academy (BIT)
  • Early Childhood Education Academy 
  • Engineering Academy 
  • Fine Arts, Media, and Entertainment Academy (FAME)
  • Health Sciences and Human Services Academy
  • Hospitality and Tourism Academy 
  • Marine and Zoological, Environmental Sciences Academy (MAZES)
  • Transportation and Public Services Academy (TAPS)
  • Bryant Career Tech Center Academy
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Message from Mr. Threadgill

MCPSS Employees, Parents, and Guardians, I hope everyone is staying well and safe during this difficult time for our nation, state, and community. As indicated before, I am trying to remain transparent in my communication with each of you, as I receive updates. We just received notice from Governor Kay Ivey and State Superintendent of Education Dr. Eric Mackey that they are NOT REOPENING schools statewide FOR TRADITIONAL FACE-TO-FACE SCHOOLING for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. However, we will have alternative schooling in place beginning after spring break. I am aware that there are many questions, but I ask that you remain patient as we work through this unprecedented time together. I have communicated with our principals to relay to their teachers that we will honor next week officially as our district's spring break, which is from March 30 through April 3. All contact with parents and students during this time should be extremely minimal, and there should be no additional coursework assigned. If, as a parent, you would like to continue with routines already established, you are welcome to continue working on the packets provided. But again, and officially, all online instruction should cease for the week of spring break. By April 6, even though traditional classes will not be in session, we will have a plan to continue educating our students until we are able to return to the traditional classroom setting. I continue to ask all of our MCPSS parents, students, faculty, staff, and students to remain tough and remember that we can withstand all obstacles we face. I hope each family enjoys spring break with some much-deserved family time, even under these circumstances. Again, I will communicate further information as we have it. Thank you for your continued patience and support for Mobile County Public Schools. I am proud of how our students, parents, and teachers have adapted to this, and I do look forward to the day our students can return. SENIOR PARENTS We have developed a plan to ensure that all seniors, who are currently ON TRACK to graduate, will graduate on time if at all possible. VERY IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION WITH DETAILS REGARDING YOUR INDIVIDUAL SENIOR(S) WILL BE SENT VIA MAIL, TELEPHONE, AND OTHER METHODS OF COMMUNICATION AFTER SPRING BREAK. Respectfully, Chresal D. Threadgill Superintendent Mobile County Public Schools

Thu Mar 26 05:30 PM

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AP Testing Updates

Updates

Fri Mar 20 06:08 PM

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Online Course Selection for Incoming Freshmen

Attention 8th Grade Parents that have Students heading to Baker High School Next Year:

Fri Mar 20 10:45 AM

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Message from Mr. Poiroux

First and foremost, Baker High School is committed to the safety and well-being of all its students during this serious health concern. To remain a premiere high school, academic packets, Nearpod codes, and enrichment activities have been provided for every student. It is my expectation that students continue with their academic studies, so we can achieve our goals. Thank you to our wonderful staff for working tirelessly to meet the needs of our students. Please check for informational updates on the MCPSS website, Baker High School website, and Baker Facebook page. Again, please take every precaution by adhering to the CDC recommendations and governmental entities during this trying time and encourage your child to progress academically until we return to school. Be safe and students I hope to see you back at school very soon. Sincerely John Jacob Poiroux

Wed Mar 18 04:34 PM

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ATTENTION SENIORS!

IF YOU DO NOT HAVE COMPUTER ACCESS AT HOME, PLEASE NOTIFY MS. MATTHEWS IMMEDIATELY BY PHONE OR EMAIL: (251) 221-3000 EXT. 10006 OR kmatthews2@mcpss.com!! PLEASE DO SO AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!!

Tue Mar 17 01:05 PM

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