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District News

KVEC Project Based Drone Build and Flight Drone

MHS PLTW/YCC students successfully built their drone and went to Knott County, Kentucky, on Monday March19th.

PLTW Launches a rocket Rocket
MMS Student to Compete at State Governor's Cup Morgan Lawson

7th Grader Morgan Lawson will represent MMS at the State Governor's Cup Competition in Louisville.

Academic Team wins District again Governor’s Cup

MHS Academic team won HUGE in District  on Saturday, January 27, 2018.

#MarshallStrong #MarshallStrong
STEM Activities at MMS Ryann Tong feeds her LEGO dog a bone.

Students put their technology and engineering skills to work.

Support Project Grad Project Grad

Enter for your chance to win!

Snowball Dance Snowball Dance

Join us for a fun night of music and dancing

Boys All "A" Tournament Basketball

The Boys All "A" tournament has been cancelled for Saturday January 13, 2018

Public Wellness Policy Meeting Welness Policy

                             The Middlesboro Independent School District would like to announce a public forum to discuss our district's local wellness policy.

LINK Book Give Away! Book Give Away!

Thanks to the LINK Grant, students were given a choice of great books to take home for their personal libraries.  LINK has been putting books in the hands in the books

Christmas Program Singing Reindeer

The band and choir performed their annual Christmas concert.

6th Grade Students Sparkle at Academic Showcase 6th Grade Academic Team

Sixth grade students from Middlesboro Middle School competed in the 6th Grade Showcase at Harlan Independent Schools (Harlan Middle) on Saturday, December 2, 2017.

YCC students compete Engineer

YCC students travelled to Lexington Monday November 20,2017 for competition.

Student Participate in KVEC Entrepreneurial Challenge Sierra Higgins, Cheyenne Marcum, and Addyson Smith

Could these be the next faces on Shark Tank?

S'more Fun Reading Night! MES Students enjoy reading activity fun with students from Lincoln Memorial University and Union College.


Middlesboro Elementary School hosted a Family Reading Night on Thursday, November 2nd.  Families were treated to s'mores, campfire stories, and reading games.  

Education students from Lincoln Memorial University and Union College directed actvities for the night through the LINK Grant.  

NHS Induction Ceremony NHS

The National Honor Society held their induction ceremony on November 16, 2017.

Vendor Fair Vendor Fair

Are you still shopping for Christmas gifts?  Come shop with us on Saturday and support the MHS seniors!

Summer Feed and Read a success Photo courtesy of Tina Schneider A boy looks through a box filled with books for something that catches his eye.

The Summer Feed and Read Program has made a big splash in the community. Tina Schnieder and Shannon Barnard, two of the people who spearheaded the program at the Middlesboro Elementary School, couldn’t be happier with the results they’ve seen.

 

Petition for Early Enrollment Early Enrollment

A child who is five (5) or who may become five (5) years of age by August 1 may enter primary

school and may advance through the primary program without regard to age in accordance with KRS 158.031

 

Parents/guardians may petition the Board by May 30th to allow their child to enter Kindergarten earlier

than permitted under statutory age requirements.  On receipt of a petition, the District shall conduct an evaluation process to help determine a student’s readiness to engage in and benefit from early entry to school.  

 

Please turn petitions in to Michele Goodin Schneider at Middlesboro Board of Education.  

2018-2019 Middlesboro Preschool / Bell-Whitley Head Start Registration

2018-2019 Middlesboro Preschool / Bell-Whitley Head Start Registration. 

Honoring Those Who Have Served Veterans pose for a picture following the program at Central Arts Auditorium.

Middlesboro Middle School celebrates Veteran's Day

Notice of Record Destruction

Middlesboro Independent Schools will be destroying old Special Education- Due Process Student Folders.  Folders destroyed will be those that have birth years of 1960-1989.  If you would like a copy of your records before the destruction occurs, please visit Middlesboro Board of Education and ask for Michele Goodin Schneider before May 15th 2018.