Mr. and Miss Simpson Central School

Devin Davis and Mary Katelyn Walker were selected as Simpson Central School's Mr. and Miss SCS.  These two students were elected by their peers to represent them this year.  

Devin Davis is the son of Connie and John Cooper.  Devin enjoys hunting and playing baseball.  He played on the SCS football team and the Jr. High Baseball Team.  After graduating from Mendenhall High School, he plans to attend MS State or Ole Miss and become a Pediatrician.

Mary Katelyn Walker, known as Kay Kay by her friends and family, is the daughter of Jeffrey and Linda Walker.  She enjoys tumbling, cheer, archery and band.  She was also a member of the SCS Girls Basketball team.  After graduating from Mendenhall High School, she plans to attend MS State or Mississippi College and is interested in a career as an Anesthesiologist. 


Special Called Board Meeting
Tuesday, May 23rd @ 6:30 p.m.

For the purpose of discussing
Human Resources

The Simpson County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, marital status, or age in admission or access to, or treatment of employment in its programs or activities.  It is the intent of the Simpson County School District to comply with both the letter and the spirit of the law in making certain that discrimination does not exist in its policies, regulations, and operations.  Grievance procedures have been established for anyone who feels discrimination has been shown by the Simpson County School District.  Inquiries regarding grievance procedures or the application of policies of nondiscrimination can be obtained by contacting the principal of the school site.  Inquiries may also be directed to the Superintendent of Education at the Simpson County School District Administrative Offices at 111 Education Lane, Mendenhall, MS 39114, or by calling 601-847-1562.

 The Simpson County School District offers the following career and technical education programs for all students regardless of race, color, national origin, including those with limited English proficiency, sex or disability in grades 9-12:  Agriculture & Natural Resources, Automotive Technology, Business Management & Administration, Career Pathways Experience & Co-Op, Construction & Carpentry, Energy & Power, Health Informatics, Health Sciences, Law & Public Safety, Metal Fabrication, and Polymer Science.