It’s time to register for Biloxi Public Schools

Parents and guardians of students in the Biloxi Public School District: Have you completed online registration for your child yet? The 2020-21 school year begins Aug. 5, and online registration must be completed by Friday.

If you are choosing distance learning for your child, you still need to register online for the school year. For your convenience, all documents can be uploaded this year. For those having issues with registration or without internet access, schedule an appointment with Student Services, 228-374-1810 ext. 1125. 

For students choosing a traditional return to school, transportation will be provided, but the school district is requesting that you use private transportation if possible, to help avoid overcrowding on school buses. Additionally, masks are required on buses and in school when social distancing cannot be achieved. 

For scheduling and planning purposes, students must be registered by Friday.  In order to attend the first day of school, students must be registered by July 31.
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News & notes: Council TV, tropics, sneak peek

Council TV: The Biloxi City Council has two meetings today, a regularly scheduled meeting at 1:30 followed by workshop to discuss the budget for FY ’21. Both meetings are open to the public and will be streamed live on the city website. To see the agendas and supporting documents, click here.

Tropics: A tropical disturbance along the northern coast of Cuba is expected to continue emerge into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico later today. There’s a 30 percent chance of cyclone formation in the next 48 hours. To see the latest from the National Hurricane Center, click here.

Sneak peek: The August issue of BNews Monthly, the citywide newsletter, has gone to press and will be arriving in homes and businesses across the city about this time next week. For a peek at Page 1, click here.