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

  • Why the 2020 Census Matters

    Every decade, people all across the country and in Meridian fill out the Census in order to have an accurate count of all people in the United States. The Census determines many funding opportunities for our District including federal funding for important community services that help support Wildcat families and a fair share of representation in our area.

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  • At Home Packets Announcement

    Due to the announcement of an active COVID-19 case in Meridian, At Home Packets will no longer be delivered to homes.

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  • MPSD receives Governor's Award for partnership with MSU-Meridian and MSU Riley Center

    The Meridian Public School District, MSU-Meridian and the MSU Riley Center was recognized at the 18th Annual PREPS/MAPE Governor’s Awards on Thursday, March 5, for their innovative partnership to integrate the arts district-wide through Any Give Child by receiving the 2020 University Governor’s Award of Distinction.

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