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| Byhalia High School of Excellence Registration 2022-2023 School Year |

| 1)ALLstudents (New and Returning) must register for school.ALL School Registration will be ONLINEthrough our Marshall County School District Active Parent Websitewww.mcs.activeparent.​net.Parents may begin registering students online for the 2022-2023 school year: March 01, 2022 though July 30, 2022)  Parents of new students must obtain a registration access code from the School Counselor's office in order to complete online registration.3). Students, who are not registered by July 30,2022, will have to register during late registration.  Late Registration date & time TBA.PROOFS OF RESIDENCY- Returning students do not have to provide proof of residency if their addresses have not changed.-New students or returning students whose addresses have changed will still be required to prove residency as has been done in the past.   This can be done as paper/pencil or digitally online in ActiveParent for the 2022-2023 school year.***If you do not have Internet/computer access to complete mandatory online school registration, you may come to BHS during specific dates/times. Contact the counselor's office for more information. ***Requirements: Completed Online registration through Active Parent -ALL STUDENTSTwo Proofs of Residency -NEW STUDENTS & RETURNING STUDENTS WHOSE ADDRESSES HAVE CHANGED​      - Proofs must include current name and address

Documents/Bills must be dated June 1, 2022 or after** Mortgage document, Property Deed, or Rental Lease Agreement (No hand written notes) |

  • OR
  • Utility/Electric Bill, Garbage Bill, Car-Tag registration, Car Insurance, Bank Statement, Check Stub
  • OR
  • Government document (TANF, MEDICAID, CHILD SUPPORT, or any document issued by Department of Human Services)*Parent/Guardian Driver’s w/current address -NEW STUDENTS & RETURNING STUDENTS W/ RECENT ADDRESS CHANGE*Current Mississippi School Compliance Health Form 121 (Shot Record) – NEW STUDENTS*Student’s Social Security Card- NEW STUDENTS*Certified Birth Certificate (Not Mother’s Copy) - NEW STUDENTS* Final Report Card, Transcript, Discipline File from pervious school - NEW STUDENTSByhalia High School of Excellence- 278 Hwy. 309 North, Byhalia, MS 38611- Phone:  (662)838-2206- Fax: (662)838-4206-http://bhs.marshallcountysd.​org***Please email Ms. Kimmons (tkimmons@mcschools.us) with any questions, cares, and/or concerns! |
Return your Chromebook

All chromebooks were issued in a hardshell case and with a charger. They are to be returned as such.

Here are the fees associated:

Total Loss or Device not turned in: $140

Lost charger: $25

Lost case: $35

All fees must be cleared by the end of the school year to avoid interruptions.

Hello Parents! We need your help! 3/4/22

It is time for our second Technology & Learning collection. THESE SURVEYS ARE REQUIRED BY MDE AND FUNDING HAS BEEN TIED TO OUR PARTICIPATION. We are asking that you complete your survey by March 31. Please tag and share so we can get great participation. This link below is for BHS Parents. THANKS

www.BByt.es/FN9EP

Pictured from left to right Isaiah King (11th), Sebastin Sanchez (10th), Alisha Mays (9th), Deandre Crutcher (12th)
Nov 2021
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Library Corner

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I do believe something magical can happen when you read a good book.  -J.K. Rowland



Mission Statement:

The Marshall County School District has decided to adopt the Department of Education’s Mission Statement:

The mission of the Mississippi school library media centers is to assist in providing a quality education for every child and to encourage lifelong literacy and learning through reading. Library media centers provide an environment in which students and staff learn to access, evaluate and apply information using a variety of print and electronic formats. The library media center supports the school’s curriculum and assists members of the learning community in becoming effective users of information.







Sheila L. Sims, M.B.A., M.Ed.
Library Media Specialist