Welcome to Maxwell Municipal Schools

Mission Statement:
Prepare and inspire students to achieve their full potential.

Vision Statement:
High expectations with a commitment from all. 

Week of October 24 thru October 29
HS Volleyball- Travels to Cimarron on Thursday @ 5:00pm

 Jr. High Football- Travels to Melrose on Friday @ 4:00pm
HS Football- Travels to Melrose on Friday @ 7:00pm
HS Cross Country- Travels to Philmont for district meet on Friday @ 3:00pm

Movie Night Info

The Maxwell Parent Advisory Committee will be holding a movie night on October 28, @ 6:00pm for all ages. Click on the flyer for more info.
Movie Night Flyer

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Recent News

Bosses Day
Bosses Day
On behalf of the Maxwell Municipal School staff we would like to thank Superintendent, Kris Forrester and Principal, John Ward for their leadership and support to the students and staff of Maxwell Municipal Schools. With your dedication and inspiration you made Maxwell Schools a positive culture for students and staff. We are proud to be led by this administration. Thanks for all you do. Happy Bosses Day.
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Butter Braided Bread
Freshman Fundraiser
The Freshman Class is selling Butterbraid pastries as a class fundraiser for their senior trip. Each Butterbraid cost $14 and we have a variety of flavors available, including apple, Bavarian Creme w/ chocolate icing, blueberry and cream cheese, cream cheese, cherry, cinamon, and strawberry and cream cheese. Please see one of our 9th grade students or Mrs. Jones if you would like to make a purchase. Last call on orders will be November 3rd, and on Monday, November 14th - perfect timing for Thanksgiving celebrations, extra Secret Santa gifts, winter get-togethers or a delicious snack. Thank you for supporting our kids!
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Wellness Plan
Maxwell Schools Wellness Plan
A comprehensive school district wellness policy is essential to the academic success and lifelong well being of students. The Maxwell Municipal School’s wellness policy is a living document that will allow the School Health Advisory Council to develop and implement wellness policies that will continue to create a learning environment that allows students to achieve their full academic potential and enjoy lifelong health, while meeting the Public Education Department Wellness Policy rule NMAC and the requirements of Section 204 of Public Law 108-265–June 30, 2004–Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act of 2004. The school district wellness policy rule adopted in New Mexico establishes that school districts create a wellness policy that includes areas related to the components of a coordinated school health approach to student health and well-being (see Appendix C School District Wellness Policy 6.12.6 NMAC). Appendix A provides a worksheet to assist the School Health Advisory Council in their continual reassessment and development of each of the components within the wellness policy.
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