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The West Point Consolidated School District is dedicated to providing safe and orderly schools for all students, improving student achievement, increasing parental and community involvement in our schools, promoting the use of technology by teachers and students alike, and providing our staff with the tools necessary to lead our students to becoming productive, successful citizens in a technology-based world.

Our goal is to provide the best education for our students, whether it is safety, instruction, technology or extracurricular activities. We want the best of all worlds for each and every student we serve. Our success always depends on our parents, staff and community. Together we can take pride in our district. We hope that everyone will become involved in our schools and the activities that take place in our district.


Vision: All students will be successful.

Mission: The mission of the West Point Consolidated School District is to provide an educational system characterized by innovation, individualized instruction, and shared responsibility in a safe and supportive environment.

Beliefs and Values: We will not compromise the quality of our educational purpose. We will not tolerate anything that diminishes the dignity of any person. We will not engage in any program, course, or activity that does not directly contribute to the elementary and secondary instructional program.


Lt. Governor's Additional Activities for Students

Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann has created three grade-appropriate activities for your consideration as you send home learning packets and online assignments for pre- K- 12 students this week. Please click on the link above "Lt. Governor's Additional Activities for Students" for more details

Thu Apr 02 10:16 AM

MDE - News Release Learning-at-Home Resources

MDE issued a news release today regarding Learning-at-Home Resources. Please click on the link above for more detailed information and access to these links.

Mon Mar 23 05:58 PM

UPDATE regarding COVID-19 3.19.20

The governor has mandated all public schools in Mississippi be closed through April 17th. You will be contacted by your child’s school by Wednesday, 3/25, with information on learning materials and lessons. We will continue to provide the grab and go lunches at South Side Elementary. Also, starting on Monday, 3/23, we will begin serving the grab and go lunches at Fifth Street School and West Clay Elementary. The time for the lunches is still 10:30 am – 12:30 pm. Thank you.

Thu Mar 19 01:45 PM

COVID-19 Guidance for Districts

This document has resources that can be used at home with students while away from the traditional learning environment. Please click on the link above "COVID-19 Guidance for Districts" for more details.

Wed Mar 18 04:54 PM

WPCSD Takes Steps Regarding COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to spread and public health officials have offered guidance for schools, the West Point Consolidated School District is taking the necessary steps in our public health response to protect our students, staff, and families. For more details, please click on the link above "WPCSD Takes Steps Regarding COVID-19".

Sat Mar 14 08:35 PM

School News

Superintendent's Message

On behalf of the West Point Consolidated School District, I would like to thank all parents and guardians of our students for your assistance and an ongoing support as we have all faced some difficult circumstances over the past several weeks in our nation.  Our entire district is working diligently for the sake of our students to help make the transition from the traditional learning environment at school to the home as seamless as possible.   Thank you for working with us so that our students can continue learning and making progress away from school during this time.   We desire to keep everyone updated and informed to the greatest extent possible as we gather facts and guidance from our State officials.   Our vision remains that All Students Will Be Successful, and we will continue with that vision in mind as we make future decisions in the best interest of our students.  Thank you all for your continued patience and cooperation.

Mr. Burnell McDonald,