Month: July 2013

Scholars Testimonials

    Leeanna Hodges, 2013 Pike County Mississippi Scholar, North Pike High School Leeanna will be attending Southwest Mississippi Community College in the fall. What made you decide to become a MS Scholar? “When I was a sophomore, we had an assembly concerning how to become a MS scholar. I decided to become one when …

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July 26, 2013

Teachers Hit Books to Master New Education Standards Pre-K Advocates Encouraged by US Education Secretary Clinton District Provides Online Access to Information Toyota Fund to Award School Grants in NE Mississippi

GOVERNOR’S HEALTH CARE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT SET FOR AUG. 15

             GOVERNOR’S HEALTH CARE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT SET FOR AUG. 15 Event Gets Under Way at 9 a.m. at Jackson Convention Complex Governor Phil Bryant will host the Governor’s Health Care Economic Development Summit Thursday, August 15 at the Jackson Convention Complex. This event, which will focus on the objectives of the Blueprint …

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July 19, 2013

Meridian Teachers Recognized for Arts Education Ed Secretary Praises Mississippi’s Early Childhood Education Efforts Itawamba School District and Community College Partner on Dual Enrollment Gulf Coast Teachers Go Back to School for Common Core Training

Leadership Mississippi Class of 2013 Attends Gulf Coast Session Focusing on Tourism

 Leadership Mississippi Class of 2013 Attends Gulf Coast Session Focusing on Tourism What better place to hold the Leadership Mississippi Tourism session than on our own Mississippi Gulf Coast, which brings in numerous tourism dollars each year? The Gulf Coast is a vital part of Mississippi’s culture and economy, and is a vital part of …

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BP and Deepwater Horizon NRD Trustees Agree to Four Additional Proposed Early Restoration Projects in Mississippi Totaling $69 Million

  BP and Trustees have now identified Mississippi projects totaling $84 million as part of the up to $1 billion BP committed to early environmental restoration in the Gulf States BP and federal and state Natural Resource Damages (NRD) Trustees have reached agreement in principle on four additional proposed early restoration projects in Mississippi that …

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BP Wants to Pay Real Claims

Letter: BP wants to pay real claims June 27, 2013 For the past three years, BP has worked with the people of the Gulf to help restore the region’s environment and economy. It’s been a big job, and we’ve tried to do the right thing and honor our commitments. So far, we’ve paid $14 billion …

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July 12, 2013

Elementary School Girls Show Passion for Science, Math Belk Employees Volunteer at Hattiesburg School Pascagoula District Names Learning Center for Long-Time Educator Back 2 School Fair in Tupelo Plans to Help More Families      

July 5, 2013

Special Ed Technology Workshop Gives Teachers New Classroom Tools School Districts Make Do in Midst of State Funding Shortfalls

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