MPS Schools

Reaction To The Brawl At Cramton Bowl

Last Saturday, Lanier and Lee high school faced off in their first football game of the season at Cramton Bowl. During the game multiple fights broke out, this has some residents hesitant to attend another event.

Montgomery School District Prepares for 2022-23 School Year

The beginning of a new school year is always an exciting time for students and staff… although the school district is bubbling with excitement they are also preparing for worst case scenarios, with COVID-19 still around and Monkeypox spreading in Alabama, the district wants to make sure students stay safe.

Montgomery Public Schools Returning to Face to Face Learning Next Week

Students are officially returning to face to face learning on Monday, April 5th. Roughly 7,000 students have submitted paperwork stating that they will be returning to the classroom. Even though face to face is coming back, the option for virtual learning is still in affect. MPS officials say they anticipate for the fall to be 100% face to face like…

MPS Announces Students Will Return to the Classroom

  Montgomery Public School Officials have announced students will be returning to face-to-face learning in April.  After a long break back and fourth tug of was or sorts, students are officially going back into the classrooms. This news comes just a few days after MPS announced they would be giving out vaccinations to employees. Teachers are scheduled to return March…

MPS Parents React to Virtual Learning Decision

On Monday, Jan. 26, the Montgomery Public School board held a press conference announcing all school will go to virtual learning beginning Feb. 1. Superintendent Dr. Ann Roy Moore announced that schools would not return to in-person learning until there is a COVID-19 vaccine available for their employees. For more information visit here. Categories: Montgomery Metro, News Tags: covid-19, Dr….

Voters and Community Leaders React To Tax Increase Passing

On Tuesday, Nov. 3, 61% of Montgomery County voters voted for the property tax hike that will increase funding of MPS schools. After months of waiting, residents were able to let their voices be heard. “What are you voting for when you vote against these things,” says Montgomery resident, Jeffrey Bern, “that will do nothing but help our community.” Chairman…

Montgomery and Religious Leaders Encourage Voters to Turn Over Ballots

On Tuesday, Oct. 27, several Montgomery and religious leaders met at the state’s capitol to encourage voters to vote for Amendment 382. If the referendum is passed, it would increase Montgomery’s millage tax from the state’s minimum of ten mills to over 18 mills. Officials say that could generate 33 million more dollars for the school system. Election day is…