Pascagoula High School Student Council hosts blood drive

  Coast students go hands-on & learn building blocks of construction

Seventy-five Lego pieces, aluminum foil, a piece of string and a rock. What could you build out of that in 45 minutes?

  Mississippi changes grading, passing policies for 20-21 school year

Because of the pandemic, the State Board of Education is suspending three statewide policies on assessment and accountability for the 2020-21 school year.

  Sen. Scott Delano on teacher pay bill, online sports betting

State Senator Scott Delano talks about the teacher pay raise that just passed the Mississippi Senate, and an online sports betting measure he introduced.

  Moss Point member of JSU's Sonic Boom reflects on inauguration performance

The Biden inauguration event crew reached out to some historically Black colleges and universities to take part in the historic inauguration.

  Ocean Springs Middle School students react to the inauguration ceremony

Ocean Springs Middle School students watched history in the making as they viewed the inauguration during class on Wednesday.

  Memorial Hospital developing medical training program

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  MGCCC opens new residence hall at Perk campus

Thursday, MGCCC leaders officially opened a new, 57,331-square-foot residence hall at the Perkinston campus

  M&M Bank gives a boost to George County Pre-K program

George County's Pre-K program is making improvements thanks to a generous donation from M&M Bank.

  LIVE REPORT: Elderly, teachers, first responders take top priority for COVID-19 vaccines

Monday, the Mississippi State Department of Health announced a timeframe for the different phases of vaccine distribution.

  How schools have learned from 2020's COVID-19 challenges

The COVID-19 pandemic forced Mississippi school districts to make major adjustments this last year. Gulfport Schools Superintendent Glen East looks back.

  LIVE REPORT: Long Beach school changes for 2021

Students in the Long Beach School District will be coming back from Christmas break to a schedule that's a little different than the one that they left.

  Gulfport school celebrates final chemo for kindergartener

A Gulfport kindergarten student got an early Christmas present Friday, and his family and school put on a big show for an incredible celebration.

  St. Stanislaus-built shed finds an appreciative home

It was a final exam project that turned into a Christmas present, and it was a gift well received.

  Stone Elementary uses Christmas as lesson in international culture

It took about three months to turn the inside of the school into a Christmas-themed tourist agency for kids with a side trip of history.

  Santa sends special visitors to Jackson County elementary classrooms

Elementary students in Jackson County received a surprise visit from an elf named Steve and Mrs. Claus.

  Ingalls partners with Moss Point High to offer training classes

It’s part of Ingalls’ Hire-Up program, which offers free job training to potential employees interested in a shipbuilding trade.

  Sensory pathway installed at Lynn Meadows Discovery Center

  Gulfport school employee gets grant to take the library into the community

A Gulfport school employee has received a big award to help finance a big idea that will take the library out of the building and into the community.

  Schools, state testing impacted by surge in COVID-19 cases

Joining us to talk about learning during COVID-19 is Jackson County Schools Superintendent Dr. John Strycker.

  COVID-19 surge triggers changes for Ocean Springs schools

The COVID-19 surge in Mississippi is prompting to the Ocean Springs School District to make some changes. OS Schools Superintendent Dr. Bonita Coleman explains.

  Long Beach High instructors juggle lesson plans due to COVID-19 quarantine

Staying home instead of heading to class. That's what's happening for the rest of the year for Long Beach High students and teachers.

  West Wortham helps Saucier Elementary recover from Hurricane Zeta

West Wortham Elementary students and staff wanted to find a way to help their sister school recover, so they created a two-week “Smiles for Saucier” campaign.

  Biloxi's fire dog holds monthly meet & greet

You can now see Jack the Fire Dog at the Lopez-Quave Public Safety Center on the last Tuesday of each month.

  USM Gulf Coast focuses on coastal issues and the Blue Economy

Dr. Kelly Lucas, Director of the Thad Cochran Marine Aquaculture Center, tells us about USM's educational shift to focus on coastal issues.

  Mississippi legislators debate year-round school

State Senator Brice Wiggins was at Monday's education committee hearing and tells us about the discussion of year-round school in Mississippi.

  Lt. Gov. Hosemann concerned about long-term effect of virtual learning

COVID-19 is scary, and the long-term effects on education are becoming worrisome as well.

  Gautier High celebrates veterans with a parade

Gautier High always finds a way to say thank you to our veterans, even during a global pandemic.

  Pass Christian leadership team helps clean up public schools

While cleanup crews are busy clearing lawns and streets, a group of teachers and maintenance workers spent the day cleaning up Pass Christian schools.

  George County Schools damage update

George County schools sustained damage during Hurricane Zeta Wednesday night, forcing them to close their doors Friday. Superintendent Wade Whitney joins us.

  Harrison Central Red Rebels welcome donation of new practice equipment

The New Orleans Saints and John Fayard Moving are helping out a South Mississippi high school football team.

  USM receives research grant from NASA

The University of Southern Mississippi received part of a $5.7 million grant from NASA.