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Preschool Registration Preschool Registration

Preschool registration will begin soon. If you have a 3 or 4 year old child, please register now for the upcoming school year. Please click read more for more information and registration dates.

Congratulations to the Varsity Academic Team Governor's Cup

Middlesboro High School Academic Team won district Governor's Cup for the 4th year in a row!!

Christmas Program Christmas Program at MMS

The MMS and MHS choir and band cordially invite you to the annual Christmas Program on Thursday, December 8, at 6:00pm in the Central Arts Auditorium. All parents, friends, and community members are invited to attend. Admission is free.

Middlesboro Middle School’s Fall Showcase and Leadership Day Leadership Day

Middlesboro Middle School and GEAR UP had excellent attendance by families and community members for their Educational Showcase and Leadership Day on October 20th. 

The Buzz newspaper staff has published the school year's first newsletter. The Buzz

The Buzz newspaper staff has published the school year's first newsletter. Staff members Calleigh Combs, Jamie Gilbert, and Becca Harrell are responsible for editing, production, and copywriting. Staff members Evan Brock, Robert Bush, Cameron Gambrel, and Adam Hughes provided photography and interviews.

Retired MHS teacher, Karen Potter-Hughes returns Karen Potter Hughes

Appalachian author and Middlesboro resident, KA Potter-Hughes, visited with the Advanced Placement English classes at MHS this week

New Yearbook Online Portal New Yearbook Online Portal

The 2017 MHS Yearbook Staff is pleased to announce the availability of a secure online portal and

MHS Site Based Nominations

MHS is currently accepting nominations for a minority parent representative to serve this year on the School Based Decision Making Council at Middlesboro High School. 

Juniors recognized by GSP student success

Seven juniors were recognized by the Governor's Scholar Program

Girls Soccer win District trophy

Congratulations to the Lady Jackets Soccer team!!  They are back to back district champs!

PLTW/Aerospace takes off

PLTW and the Aerospace classes have taken off with their new projects.

MHS Band voted as the best in the area!!

The MHS Band was voted as the readers choice best high school band.

Open House

MHS will host it's first open house on Thursday September 15 from 4:30 until 6:30

Veteran's Appreciation Bowl

Join us for the 4th Annual Veteran's Appreciation Bowl on Friday Sept. 16 at 7:30pm at Bradner's Stadium.

Project Lead The Way @ MES Project Lead the Way

Project Lead the Way creates engaging classroom environments that empower students to develop and explore real world challenges, through pathways in computer science, engineering, and biomedical science.

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.

 

Expanding Possibilities Elementary Students using Chromebooks

Middlesboro Independent Schools (MIS) is in the process of installing a new wireless system that will create a dense wireless network.  This project will place a wireless access point in every classroom in each school, providing

A message from the Superintendent

This past year has been an exciting year for the district.  We have had several positive changes and have made great strides in bringing the pride and tradition back to 

MES a Leader in Me School 7 Habits Hallway at MES

Middlesboro Elementary School embarked on The Leader in Me journey two years ago. We wanted to build our students’ skills and self-confidence to succeed as leaders in the 21stCentury. The Leader in Me was created to teach and develop leadership skills in children. It consists of 7 habits that children follow to become the best leaders they can be.

            

A message from Principal Jones Thank You!

Thank you for a huge turnout for our Showcase and Open House - approximately 300 parents joined us tonight! All of our kids did extremely well, especially our fifth grade students who put on a fantastic performance. I am very proud

JV Academic Team Wins JV Challenge JV Academic team

Congratulations to the MHS Junior Varsity Academic Team for winning the 2016 JV Challenge Competition held at Bell County High School.