BEE Educated About Honey!
Camps Are Back
Ring Those Bells!
School Is Dismissed!
THS Class of 2022
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Lee Ann Dunklee
New Joyner Mural
ICC Middle College
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Meet Kim Britton
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Meet Jeni Chandler
Scout Sprouts Camp Fun
Katie Coon Named
New ECEC Principal
Charles Wallace Named The
2022 Hancock Award Winner
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“I am honored to lead one of Tupelo’s most invaluable resources, the Early Childhood Education Center. ECEC has an incredible legacy, and I look forward to working with the staff to strengthen the positive impact that the school has in our community and beyond."
~ Katie Coon- Newly named ECEC principal
Dr. Thomas is a natural motivator, gifted public speaker and is skilled at establishing a culture of mutual responsibility. "We want to get in there and go to work and make it the best of the best," Thomas said. "When you say Tupelo, it means something. It means excellence. And I'm proud to be a part of something that can be so special."
~Dr. Melissa Thomas, newly named THS principal
I was very fortunate to grow up in a great Tupelo Public School system! Caring, bright teachers gave me an excellent preparation for college and law school. Both our son and daughter had excellent educational opportunities in the TPSD as well.
My vision is for TPSD to be one of the Top 10 Public School Systems in America. Our business and family is committed to do our part to make this a reality.
~Jack Reed Jr. Tupelo business man and former mayor
The spelling bee is a big deal to me because only one kid each year can win and it's very special. I like Tupelo schools because all my friends are here. I have a lot of good memories in the Tupelo schools. So, the Tupelo Public School District and the spelling bee mean a lot to me.
Jonah Underwood~ TPSD Spelling Bee Winner
When I think of Tupelo Public Schools, the first think that comes to mind is a wonderful environment to learn and grow. Not only are there great teachers and staff, but there are also lots of opportunities to make life long friends.TPSD is a tradition in my family. My brothers and I have grown up in TPSD. This is what the TPSD means to me.
James Cordell ~ Rankin Student
TPSD has shaped me as an individual and has helped me find my identity. As a Tupelo native, this will always be home. The people in this community have given me these amazing opportunities to learn and grow each and everyday. From the many life lessons, to the cheers and chants, I know the true meaning of one wave.
Claire Kenney~THS Senior