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. 

Feb. 20 thru February 25

Monday, February 20
- Varsity Basketball: Maxwell vs Springer @ Raton, Start time 6:30 p.m. 

Wednesday, February 22:
- Early Release Day. School will be dismissed at 2:00 p.m.

Saturday, February 25:
-Maxwell will host the District Championship. Game time: 6:30 p.m.

Recent News

Little Caesar
Little Caesar Fundraiser
The Maxwell FCCLA program will be selling Little Caesar Pizza. They will be accepting orders until February 8. Contact an FCCLA member or the schools for your order. You can also place orders online at www.pizzakit.com. Use Fundraiser ID: 326309 when placing your order. Support your FCCLA program.
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80th Annual Cowbell Champs
Bears win the 80th Annual Cowbell Tournament
Congratulations to the Maxwell Bears for winning the 80th Annual Cowbell Tournament. It has not been since 1994 that the Bears have won the tournament and have had the bell in their possession. The Bears made their way through the tournament topping the Des Moines Demons in the first round winning 52-17. In Bears matched up with the Raton Tigers in the semi-final game. The Bears shut the tigers down to 14 points at halftime. In the second half the bears pulled away defeating the tigers 57-33. For the championship game the bears meet the Questa Wildcats. Questa edged out the Springer Red Devils in the semi-final game 62-60. The bears started the championship game with a 6-0 run and never looked back. The bears took control of the game from tip off and lead the game as much a 30 points. Final score for the game Maxwell Bears 88-Questa Wildcats 66. Congratulations once again to our bears and coaching staff. We are proud of you.
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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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