The Mississippi Department of Education is holding a lottery next week for parents of students with disabilities who would like to claim state money to remove their children from public schools to seek other educational services.
The Flightcare Rescue 5 air ambulance chopper made a visit to the Jefferson Davis campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College Wednesday, giving EMT students a hands-on class regarding medevac procedures.
Luc Jackson didn’t always kick a soccer ball around, but he fell in love with the sport after trying it in eighth grade. Now, he’s a senior at Pass Christian High School with a natural work ethic set in place by his family.
A retired grandfather in Ocean Springs took actions into his own hands, and now many are grateful. Jeffrey Hayden had enough of heavy-footed drivers speeding past his grandson’s preschool and decided to do something about it.
For six years. eighth graders on the coast have been given a hands-on look at what their future could be, all thanks to Pathways2Possibilities. It partners students with pathways, in the hopes that it will help the teens find a niche.
East Central High School Senior Raegan Pearson plays basketball and works hard on her academics. She has a 4.0 GPA and plans to attend the University of South Alabama after graduation and pursue neonatal nursing.
They came out strong with more than 700 students at Vancleave High School. The centerpiece of their affection and support was about 200 veterans who showed up for a rousing tribute from the students on the veteran’s special day.
The Kellogg Foundation awarding a $4.1 million grant to MDE to start two new pilot pathways, with hopes of attracting new teachers to the state. The first is a performance based licensure pilot and the other is a teacher residency program.
Tucked deep in the back of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College’s Jackson County campus in Gautier, you’ll find the Estuarine Education Center, 40 acres of nature that’s begging for you to explore it.
The 2018 midterm elections have certainly seen many “firsts". In fact, this election has been labeled as the most diverse election among candidates thus far in the United States. And this is the first time St. Martin High School student Autumn Adams used her voice and voted in an election.
The University of Southern Mississippi is in the middle of a study looking at Coast residents' resilience against disasters, both natural and man-made. Students are going door to door with a survey in an effort to judge where people on the coast are in terms of being prepared.
The veterans reception at Picayune High School is meant for students to sit with retired members of the armed forces and pay respect to those men and women who gave parts of themselves for the benefit of others.
The Harrison County school bond referendum has turned into a war of words on social media as school board members Bill Bradley and Rena Wiggins took exception to a newsletter produced by Biloxi's mayor.