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Friday, April 18, 2014

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Montgomery Public Schools is recognizing April as Autism Awareness Month and several schools will hold events throughout the month ranging from a mini-walk, informational sessions, fundraisers and door decorating contests. Check This Just In…. each week for autism events.

 

Spring Magnet Applications Are Now Available

Montgomery Public Schools spring magnet application period will be held April 14 through May 2, 2014. The spring magnet application period is for applicants who have moved to Montgomery after February 14, 2014. Program requirements, magnet school applications and transcript request forms can be downloaded from the homepage of the district website at www.mps.k12.al.us. and are also available at the magnet schools. CLICK HERE to download applications, transcript forms and other application information.

 

MacMillian International Academy is a finalist! 

MacMillan International Academy is one of 10 finalists for the Acer Classroom Makeover! The winning school will receive a classroom set of Acer ICONIA W Series Tablets featuring Windows 8. Approximate retail value is $15,000 (for 30 tablets). The winner will be decided by popular vote.

You can help them win by voting HERE! Scroll down and look for the logo of children around a globe. Click in the “vote” circle on the green bar, then enter your email address at the bottom of the page and click “summit your vote.”

Help MacMillian get those tablets and VOTE TODAY! 

New School Calendar Approved for 2014-2015

You can view next year's school calendar by Clicking Here 

MPS will use the scheduled Weather Day (April 18) as a makeup day for the two days missed in January due to cold weather. We will only have to make up that one day, unless future weather issues require us to miss additional instruction time. All schools will run a normal schedule and offices will be open April 18.

2014 Career Academy and MTEC High Applications are now available for download. Click HERE or find the link in the "For Parents" or "For Students" button on the homepage to download applications and brochures about our exciting technical programs which lead to high-paying careers. The application period is open through March.

MTEC Student Wins Go Build Alabama Award

Go Build Alabama, an initiative of the Alabama Construction Recruitment Institute (ACRI), has recently awarded MTEC student Jeremy Glenn with the Go Build Alabama Future Skilled Workers of America (FSWA) Award.The award, which honors one high school junior or senior each month, was created to recognize and encourage promising high school students who plan to pursue careers in the construction industry. Jeremy was nominated by his teacher Richard Robinson for this award. As a result, Jeremy is now eligible to receive a $1,000 scholarship to a training facility in Alabama if the student chooses to continue his or her education in construction in the state. CLICK IN THE SPOTLIGHT Section or visit us on YouTube to see him featured in a Go Build Alabama commercial.

BTW Students Shine at Theatre Festival

The Theatre, Musical Theatre, and Technical Theatre Magnet students of Booker T. Washington Magnet High School attended the District Trumbauer Theatre Competition Saturday at the district theatre competition in Opelika. Out of 64 pieces entered by students, 43 qualified to represent BTW at the State Level competition that will be held at Troy State University next month. To see the individual results, click here.

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Montgomery Public Schools Announces Special Education Parent Involvement Workshops

Parent (s) guardians, and other individuals with an interest in the education of a child receiving special education services in Montgomery Public Schools. For more information Click Here and choose the Parent Workshop Schedule document.

 

 AdvancED Team recommends MPS System-Wide Accreditation! Click Here for details! 

  Three MPS Schools Ranked Among Top Schools in the Nation!

LAMP, Brewbaker Technology Magnet and Booker T. Washington Magnet have distinguished themselves by being ranked among the best schools in the nation and state by U.S. News and World Report and Newsweek Magazine. Loveless was named the No. 1 magnet school and seventh best high school in America, and the number one school in Alabama by U.S. News and World Report.  BTW was included on Newsweek’s Magazine’s 2013 list of the best schools in the country in addition to being named the ninth best school in Alabama by U.S. News and World Report. Brew Tech was named the 8th best school in Alabama by U.S. News and World Report. US News reviewed data from over 21,000 public high schools. The criteria included that all students must be served well and produce measurable academic outcomes on a range of performance indicators. The level of college-readiness – using Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate test data as the benchmark – was also part of the evaluation. To see the complete methodology and find out more about how these and other schools performed, visit www.usnews.com.  

   

News IconWant to learn more about our strategic plan?
Click Here to see the beginnings of the new plan and to add your comments.

 

News IconGather Some Friends and Help Our Schools!
Join with your friends, members of your civic group, or those you worship with to help our schools! There are dozen of projects at schools throughout the county that can use your help. It is a great way to help our schools and bond with your friends and family. Click here to see the projects and to find out how you can get involved.

  

News IconSchool Board Meetings Now Online
Join with your friends, members of your civic group, or those you worship with to help our schools! There are dozen of projects at schools throughout the county that can use your help. It is a great way to help our schools and bond with your friends and family. Click here to see the projects and to find out how you can get involved.

  

News IconSign Up for Email and Text Notifications!

If you wish to receive emails and text messages on the latest MPS news, click the Notify Me button at the bottom of the menu on the left side of this page. Just follow the instructions and be sure to check the Communication Sign up box. You will receive an email to confirm your address before you will begin to receive notifications. There is no charge for text messages by MPS, but unless you have unlimited texting on your cellular phone plan, your carrier's rules and rates will apply.

Please encourage others who have an interest in our schools to sign up.

  

News IconSTI Home

The STI Parent Portal (STI HOME) is available. This tool allows parents to view information on their child's progress, grades, attendance, etc.

 To ensure the security of the information, parents must obtain a password from their child's school in person. A state-issued photo ID will be necessary to receive a user name and password.

 ONCE YOU HAVE YOUR NEW USER NAME AND PASSWORD ACCESS IT THROUGH THE "FOR PARENTS" BUTTON ABOVE, CHOOSE "STI HOME", THEN THE WORDS "CLICK HERE".