Archive - 2010 - News for Education News
On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918, a cessation of fire between the allied nations and Germany went into effect, which was the start of the ending of âthe war to en
Starkville High freshman Emily Turner is a straight-A student and a ârespectful young lady,â according to her teacher Marica Neal, and that is why she is this weekâs academic all-star.
Many teachers spend a portion of the summer in professional development courses to help them return for the new school year with exciting ideas.
Armstrong Middle School is teaming up with the Starkville Sheriffs Department to help build student self-esteem and respect for law enforcement.
Sudduth Elementary teacher Stacy Weems never misses an opportunity to teach her students about compassion.
After inclement weather canceled it this spring, the third annual Living Legacy Tour is back this fall.
West Oktibbeha County Elementary sixth grader Lynnzie Dean is one of the most polite students one could meet.
Pumpkin Book Report
Ward Stewart students in Itaska Rosamondâs and Stephanie Bullardâs class put a Halloween spin on their recent book report.
OCH Regional Medical Center Wellness Connection fitness instructor Corey Martin serves as an inspiration for all moms.
Students at Sudduth Elementary received a wonderful treat this week during their library period.