Photos by David Pickering
Parents invited to download School Messenger App
It is almost fall, and then winter will be upon us. School closings and early releases are likely to be on the mind of students and their families. The Mexico School District uses School Messenger to communicate to parents during emergency and non-emergency situations. Parents can download the School Messenger Info Center App to their smart device. School messenger can also be accessed via the web at https://infocenter.schoolmessenger.com/#/home or at MexicoSchools.net>Parents & Students>School Messenger.
Mexico High School Student receives National Journalism/Broadcasting Award
Mexico High School media and journalism student Ms. Carrie Rebecca “Becca” Kristofferson has been notified she will be awarded the Robert F. Kennedy Award for Excellence in Journalism in the category of high school broadcasting. Each year, one national award is presented in the category of high school broadcast journalism.
MHS performs at MSHSAA State Music Festival
Congratulations to the following Mexico High School Students, who performed at the MSHSAA State Music Festival at The University of Missouri - Columbia on Thursday, April 28.
The following students earned an "EXEMPLARY (1)" Rating, earning top Medalist Honors:
Sarah Kasubke, Vocal Solo
Steven Owings, Vocal Solo
Gracelyn Penn, Vocal Solo
Nick Bradford hired as Boys' Basketball Coach
The Mexico Board of Education approved the hiring of Nick Bradford to lead the Boys Basketball team at Mexico High School as Head Coach at their April 19, 2016 meeting.
MHS Academic team placed 3rd in districts
The mission of the Mexico Public Schools is to foster in each student: