COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI)- Today, the Columbus Summer Workers Program celebrated the end of their 10-week long learning experience.
This year, 30 students were chosen to participate in beautifying the city. Among other projects, they planted trees on Highway 50 and cleaned up military flower beds. The program also took a week to teach. life lessons.
[bitsontherun 5dAZjkfE] TUPELO, Miss. (WCBI) — Assistant teachers, cafeteria workers, custodians and other non-certified staff at Tupelo schools are getting raises. The school board has approved pay increases of almost 4 percent for the staff that works behind the scenes to make sure schools operate efficiently. Teachers aren’t included because they have raises in the […]
[bitsontherun zRGQEIxO] COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) — A Lowndes County judge dismisses Doctor Martha Liddell’s lawsuit challenging her firing as Columbus schools superintendent. Chancery Court Judge Kenneth Burns filed his order Friday dropping the case because the school board has not yet held a hearing and approved Liddell’s final dismissal. The board fired her in a […]