To the parents of the Humphreys County and Yazoo City schools. This message is to inform you that all schools will be released for an 80% day on Wednesday, September 28th. The purpose of the 80% release day is for staff professional development that is important for staff growth and preparation to provide the best service to our students. The release will begin approximately 2:00pm. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. Please do not hesitate to contact your child’s school regarding this matter.
Join us tomorrow, September 15, 2022 for our Monthly School Board Meeting, starting at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom and Facebook.
Attention Woolfolk Middle School Parents: Join Woolfolk Middle School PTA Today!!! Contact Ms. Chelsea Washington at Woolfolk Middle School for more information. One Vision, One Mission, One Voice, Accountability for All!
Attention: This week's football game, Yazoo City High School vs Yazoo County High School, tickets can be bought via the GoFan.co website or simply scanning the QR code attached.
Attention Parents: In advance of Humphreys County High School's first home football game, scheduled for September 2, the school administration is reminding parents and students that elementary and middle school students are not allowed to attend evening or night games unsupervised by an adult. Students in kindergarten through eighth-grade may enter the stadium if accompanied by a ticketed adult. Moreover, suspended students are not to attend football games. Any student in that age group without supervising adult and suspended students trying to enter the stadium will be denied entry.
Reminder!! From the Office of the Superintendent: The 80% day for August 31st, has been changed to a regular full day for students and staff.
STATUS UPDATE: Public Service informed the District that the electrical repair work will require disconnection of the electricity to the Woolfolk Campus for 1.5 to 2 hours. The outage may impact the surrounding community. School will remain in session and meals will be served to our students on schedule.
Attention Parents and Guardians, Today we are experiencing a partial power outage. The outage is affecting The cafeteria area of Woolfolk and the 1st floor of the Taylor building. We have notified the city’s light company and they’re in the process of fixing the outage. Woolfolk will remain open and teaching and learning will occur as usual. Woolfolk staff is being proactive and will notify you of any changes if they occur.
Meet the Cowboys & Cowgirls will take place, August 18, 2022 at 5:30 p.m. at the Humphreys County High School Gym. Please come out and support.
The Office of the Superintendent of the Mississippi Achievement School District has issued a "Mandatory Mask Mandate" for all Staff, Students, and Visitors of both the Yazoo City Region and Humphreys County Region, starting Monday, August 1, 2022. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Office of the Superintendent of the Mississippi Achievement School District has received several inquiries regarding school uniforms for the 2022-2023 school year. The district will retain its current dress code policy. Students will not wear school uniforms for the 2022-2023 school year. Also, don't forget to register your child for school at the appropriate school site. Thank you for your patience as we communicate needed information that will assist you in your preparation for the new year.
Back to school registration will begin on July 13, 2022, Monday thru Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Join us for our special-called board meeting Friday, July 8 at 11:00 am via Zoom.
Mississippi PEBT Call Center UPDATE: Families, we want to make you aware that the Mississippi PEBT Call Center will close on Sunday, May 15. ▫️ If you have already reported an issue with your child’s PEBT card, MDE and MDHS are working to resolve those issues. ▫️ If you have a PEBT problem that you have not yet reported, please call the PEBT Call Center before May 15 at 1-833-316-2423. ▫️ The wait time at the Mississippi PEBT Call Center is currently less than 5 minutes. You can reach the P-EBT Call Center at 1-833-316-2423 until May 15.
mASD schools will be closed Friday, April 15, and Monday, April 18, as we observe Good Friday and Easter Monday.
Reminder: Parent & Community Engagement Meeting (Yazoo City Region) Join us tomorrow, Wednesday, April 6, at New Zion Missionary Baptist Church at 6:00pm as we share data and resources that will help families better support scholars' learning in and outside the classroom. 24/7 Tutoring services will be available on-demand with a live tutor for 3rd-12th grade scholars. DOOR PRIZES 🎁 RESOURCES 📖 REFRESHMENTS🥪
We are so thankful to have Ms. Mack as our assistant principal. She goes above and beyond for the students and staff at YCHS. Ms. Mack enjoys helping students succeed and here's a little-known fact about her - She's musically talented and plays the clarinet and flute. #APWeek22
We're #mASDProud of our Humphreys County High School Class of 2022. The Farewell Senior Brunch was a huge success! #HCHS22
Great Monday morning from the Mississippi Achievement School District! Today's #mASDMondayMotivation quote is from Ken Poirot - "Today is your opportunity to build the tomorrow you want." Let's make it a great week at the mASD!
😷When will masks become optional? Masks in schools and district offices will be optional for staff and students as long as community levels remain LOW as monitored and reported by CDC/MSDH Community levels are now LOW in both Humphreys County and Yazoo City