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The Mobile County School Board voted in 2004 to build a new school in southern Mobile County to alleviate the overcrowded conditions at St. Elmo, Meadowlake, and Nan Gray Davis Schools. Construction began in December, 2004 on the school, with the capacity to serve 600 students. The School Board voted to name the school "Pearl Haskew Elementary School" in honor of Pearl Golden Haskew, a visionary teacher and leader in elementary and secondary schools of Mobile County for 37 years.

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Registration Information

The registrar is available Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 1 pm to receive registration documents. This will continue through May 26. Registration information was sent home with the students. Please contact Mrs. Langham with any questions.

*We do not have a Pre-K program. 

FROM THE DESK OF SUPERINTENDENT CHRESAL D. THREADGILL

Dear MCPSS Parents and Guardians,

First and foremost, I would like to thank you for your continuous support as part of #TeamMCPSS in helping our students be successful. The research is overwhelmingly clear: When parents play a positive role in their children’s education, students do better in school. 

I would greatly appreciate your feedback in our annual Title I Parent Survey. MCPSS will use the findings from this survey to develop new strategies to increase the effectiveness of parent and family engagement as we work together to achieve our district-wide purpose, which is to equip and empower graduates who are college and career ready. 

Please complete the Title I Parent Survey, which is available here: http://bit.ly/MCPSSParents

Thank you.

Chresal D. Threadgill

Superintendent

Mobile County Public Schools

MCPSS Title I Survey


Home of the Knights

The Mobile County School Board voted in 2004 to build a new school in southern Mobile County to alleviate the overcrowded conditions at St. Elmo, Meadowlake, and Nan Gray Davis Schools. Construction began in December, 2004 on the school, with the capacity to serve 600 students. The School Board voted to name the school "Pearl Haskew Elementary School" in honor of Pearl Golden Haskew, a visionary teacher and leader in elementary and secondary schools of Mobile County for 37 years.