On Wednesday, October 17, 2018 at approximately 7:59 PM, Magee Police Department responded to... READ MORE
Friday night, the Trojan faithful were honored with the presence of royalty as the Homecoming court was on full display. The football and class maids were dressed in full regalia as they prepared for the night many high school girls dream of. The biggest question lingering over the Homecoming proceedings is who would take the crown as Magee's
Students who have not completed the online registration process will be "on hold" when they come to school August 8th until a parent can come to the school or register them online. Visit the Simpson County School District website at www.simpson.k12.ms.
“KICK OFF” Announcements
Head Coach Teddy Dyess and the Trojan Family invites you to take part in preparing for the excitement that is Trojan Football. Plan to attend:
Fresh out of my first year, I think I know just a little bit about this whole college thing. I could be wrong, of course. I could head back to Ole Miss in the fall and experience a completely different school with a completely different set of rules.
Still, I like to think I’ve got it figured out.
Area high schools have chosen their top graduates for special honors at graduation ceremonies across the county this month. They will be recognized and speak to audiences at those ceremonies.
Pictured (right) is Jared Howington, being awarded a $500 scholarship from the MS Cattlemen's Association on Monday, April 30, during Senior Awards Night. Jared is enrolled as a Career Pathways student at the Simpson County Technical Center.
The Mendenhall Tigers Golf Team recently won the District Tournament and will be competing for a state championship on May 2. The team is coached by Cyril Fisher, who played golf collegiately for Tougaloo College.