Welcome to Maxwell Municipal Schools

Weekly Events

Early Release The School will be dismissed at 2 on October 1.


Sudents Dont' Miss this Opportunity The City of Maxwell will be hired students age 16 and over for summer jobs. If you are interested in applying one of the requirements for the job is CPR/AED First Aid. There is a CPR/AED class free of charge on Wednesday, October 1 that will help you to be qualified. Please sign up in the High School Office by the noon on Tuesday, September 30. They have 11 training spots and they will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.


Release of the Butterflys Be sure to check out the butterfly's in Mr. Peek's room. Way to go 7th grade students.


Sports 

Congratulations Lady Bears Volleyball on your district win. Way to go!!!
Congratulations to the Maxwell XC runners for their performance at the Robertson invite. 


Weekly Sports Events

Lady Bears Volleyball at Springer on October 1. Jr. High starts at 4pm, Varsity follows. Let's go support our team!

Lady Bears Volleyball will also travel to Des Moines on Friday, October 3. Jr. High starts at 5:00, Varsity follows.

Maxwell/Springer Football will travel to Albuquerque to play Menaul for their district opener. The game will be played at Menaul High School at 7:00 p.m. 

Maxwell Cross Country will be traveling to Santa Fe for the Grimley Memorial at Cochiti. 

 

Recent News

Leiandra Lucero
NMAA Student Athlete Spotlight
09/29/2014
The New Mexico Activities Association highlights Senior Ahtlete Leiandra Lucero. The NMAA this year has started the promotion of Student_Althletes throughout the state. This past week the NMAA published its spotlight on Leiandra Lucero.
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Little Caesars Pizza
Little Caesars
09/21/2014
The Maxwell Junior Class is selling Little Caesar Pizza Kits. Delivery will be October 15. Place your order online or contact a student of the Junior Class.
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Early Release
Early Release
09/08/2014
Maxwell Schools will be dismissing school at 2:00 p.m. on October 1, 2014.
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