Two Columbus Schools land Grants
1 week ago
0 Comments for this article

Two Columbus Schools land Grants

Today, Mrs. Laura Bush announced that more than $831,000 is being distributed to 130 school libraries from 30 states across the country through the 2016 library grants from The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries.   Franklin Academy and Stokes Beard in Columbus are among the schools to land the grants. “Congratulations to the schools […]
Video: Golden Triangle Early College High School Holds Awards Ceremony
1 week ago
0 Comments for this article

Video: Golden Triangle Early College High School Holds Awards Ceremony

GTECHS holds first Awards day ceremony
Video: Pre-K A Hot Commodity In Lamar County
1 week ago
0 Comments for this article

Video: Pre-K A Hot Commodity In Lamar County

LAMAR CO., Ala. (WCBI) — Thanks to state grant money, Lamar County is wrapping up the first school year all three county elementary schools provide pre-kindergarten services. Alabama’s Foundation Program provides the grants, and Superintendent Garth Moss said as of two years ago, the county didn’t have any “First Class Pre-K schools.” “We felt like […]
Video: Dollar General Awards Local Libraries
1 week ago
0 Comments for this article

Video: Dollar General Awards Local Libraries

LAMAR CO., Ala. (WCBI) — Local libraries in Lamar County are awarded some money to help fund youth literacy programs. The Dollar General Literacy Foundation awards $8,000 to four libraries in the area. Kennedy Public Library, Millport Public Library, Sulligent Public Library, and Mary Wallace Cobb Memorial libraries all received $2,000 from the grants. The […]
Video: West Point Career Tech Center Graduates MYPI Group
2 weeks ago
0 Comments for this article

Video: West Point Career Tech Center Graduates MYPI Group

Health Science students have been training to prepared in emergency situations.
Video: Verona Students Get Insider’s View of State Politics
2 weeks ago
0 Comments for this article

Video: Verona Students Get Insider’s View of State Politics

State Senator talks government and politics with 2nd graders
Video: Lee County Schools Honor Retiring Educators
2 weeks ago
0 Comments for this article

Video: Lee County Schools Honor Retiring Educators

Lee County School District honors retirees
Video: Larger Share of Mississippi Third Graders Pass Reading Test
2 weeks ago
0 Comments for this article

Video: Larger Share of Mississippi Third Graders Pass Reading Test

A larger share of Mississippi third graders passed the state's reading test on the first try this year.
Video: Elementary Students Learn Japanese Culture In Special Program
2 weeks ago
0 Comments for this article

Video: Elementary Students Learn Japanese Culture In Special Program

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – Students at Cook Elementary are getting ready for the stage as part of a Cultural Japanese Emergence program. The students are presenting the play “Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes.” It’s a story about a girl named Sadako Sasaki, who wants world peace. The play takes place in Hiroshima at the […]
Video: Mentorship Offers Career Experience
2 weeks ago
0 Comments for this article

Video: Mentorship Offers Career Experience

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – Dustin Dunaway is a junior at the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Sciences, and he’s gaining experience before entering the workforce…as a junior in high school. Dustin is like most high schoolers, someone with plenty of interests but wasn’t exactly sure what his calling was Thanks to a partnership between MSMS […]