Content Tagged 'students'

State Superintendent of Edu. Talks Benefits of Common Core
Wednesday, Dr. Carey Wright, State Superintendent of Education's, main message was about the benefits of Common Core. Video Video
State Superintendent of Education Visits Gulf Coast
Changes in the way we're educating our children is a popular topic around the country. Video Video
Tuition on the Rise, but M.G.C.C.C. Says No!
Students enrolling in classes at various Mississippi community colleges will notice a slightly higher tuition fee. Video Video
Mississippi Power Hosts Kids Energy/Science Summer Camp
On a summer day with the heat pounding and the air conditioners running, energy is never more important. Video Video
Parents & Teachers Educate Themselves on Common Core
Mississippi ranks among the lowest in grades K through 12 when it comes to student achievement. Video Video
United Way of South Mississippi Partners to "Fill the Bus"
United Way of South Mississippi (U.W.S.M.) and Walmart have partnered to Fill the Bus with school supplies for students in local school districts.
Students Volunteer with Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast During Spring Break
Habitat for Humanity of the Mississippi Gulf Coast is hosting six student groups totaling 90 college student volunteers March - June, while the students are on their Spring Breaks.
Singing River Health System to Host 1,200 Students for Annual Career Fair
More than 1,200 high school and middle school students from Jackson, Harrison, George, Stone, Greene, Perry and Mobile (Ala.) Counties will have a hands-on health care experience during Singing River Health System’s Health Care Career Fair on Tuesday, February 11, and Wednesday, February 12, at the Jackson County Civic Center.
Attorney General Launches Online Safety Awareness Campaign Targeting Mississippi Students
Attorney General Jim Hood is Wednesday launching an online safety awareness campaign targeting Mississippi students.
Common Core to be Implemented this Fall
Common Core, a new teaching and testing system, has been the debate in Mississippi education. Video Video
Students All Over the Coast Participate in Science Fair
The best of the best competed today in the Mississippi Region Six Science and Engineering Fair. Video Video
Scholarships for Special Needs Students Passes Senate
Parents of special needs students are a step closer to having a choice in their child’s education, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves said Wednesday.
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