Communications

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  • The Meridian Public School District Director of Public Relations works with the Superintendent, administrators, staff, community, and media to provide accurate, up-to-date information as well as highlight the successes of our district and schools. Media relations, crisis communications, photos, newsletters, events, communication policy, recognitions, social media management, and image management are all part of the Communication Department.

    MPSD uses a variety of methods to communicate general, day-to-day news as well as emergency alerts (such as weather-related school closures). Be sure to follow the Meridian Public School District on Facebook, Instagram (@mpsdwildcas), and Twitter (@MPSD_Wildcats).  

Headlines and News

  • Summer Registration and Back to School Information

    The Meridian Public School District is ready to begin another year of turning learners into leaders in the Wildcat Nation, and our teachers, administrators, and support team are excited to welcome our students and parents to the new year!

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  • Summer Band News and Information

    Summer camp for the MHS Band begins on July 9, 2019. For more info click on the link.

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  • Douglass announced as new MHS football coach

    Meridian Public School District is proud to announce the hiring of John Douglass as the new head football coach of the Meridian High School Wildcats. Coach Douglass is a 1987 graduate of Meridian High School and brings more than 10 years of head coaching and over 20 years of educational experience to Meridian High School. As the son of a naval fighter pilot, Douglass spent his formative years moving to and from military bases around the country. His family settled in Meridian when his father retired from military service while being stationed at Naval Air Station Meridian. In 1985, Meridian High School won the state championship while he played on the offensive line.

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  • Crestwood, Parkview, and Poplar Springs hire new principals

    When students return in the fall there will new principals at three elementary schools in the Meridian Public School District.

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  • MPSD launches Summer Reading Challenge

    Summer is a time to take a break from school, but not from learning! We do not want our students to fall victim to the “summer slide" and lose valuable reading skills they have worked so hard to gain this year! So, we ask that you help us in encouraging them to keep reading, thinking, and growing by participating in the summer reading challenge!

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