LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) — Students in Louisville came out to a special program to help prepare them for the new school year.
The Winston County NAACP held its 30th Annual “Back to School” rally at Louisville High School.
Students and their parents were introduced to the faculty, given free school supplies and entertained with musical selections.
Louisville Schools Superintendent Ken McMullan says it’s a great way to get students motivated for the new school year.
“It’s a chance for us to have a great partnership with the NAACP and the Education Committee and an opportunity for us to get our students excited about coming back to school,” says Ken McMullan, Superintendent for Louisville Municipal School District.
Louisville schools will start August 5.