HOUSTON – The Houston School board voted unanimously not to renew the contract of long-time Houston School District Superintendent Dr. Steve Coker at a special called meeting Tuesday night. On a motion by Trustee Carol Byrne and a second by Trustee Marvin Beard the voted 5-0 with Board President Daniel Herringa, outgoing trustee Bart Munlin […]
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The following students have been named to the Superintendent’s and Principal List at Okolona High School for the first nine-week testing period. Students named to the Superintendent’s List had all A’s while students named to the Principal’s list has all B’s or higher. Students are listed by grade, list and alphabetically by name. Okolona High […]
Superintendent’s List 1st Bianca Cooper, Landen Forman, Denver McCoy, Daultin Mitchem, Greyson Prestage, Presley Reeves, Brylee Snow, Holly Tallant, Richara Walker, Sha’qera Wilson, Joshua Reed 2nd James Allred, Roland Aron, Joseph Clark, Elizabeth Coker, Hunter Duncan, Hunter Earnest, Molly Earnest, Cade Griggs, Rossi Holladay, Jacqueline Jamison, Braylin Johnson, Austin Kellum, Emma Langston, Madison Martin, Mychael […]
First Grade Superintendent’s List Devin Buchanan, Abby Harrington, Mykel Johnson, Matthew Merriman, Miley Naron, Willion Richardson, Ella Cate Alford, Madison Buckley, Alden Edwards, Lillian Houk, Nela Jones, Cara Pearson, Kylan Chandler, Brand Garner, Jacob Brassfield, Audrey Clark, Kaley Myatt, Kimoree Randle, Keely Wright, Brayden Childress, Carson Crowley, Chloe Guin, Nathan Heair, Betsy Lopez, Tatum McWhirter, […]
Third Grade Superintendent’s List Dawson Black, David Boykin, Ivette Gonzalez, Alyssa Murphree, Kennedy Pearson Principal’s List Nevaeh Brinker, Jordan Earrey, Aimee Buckly, Zariyia Moore, Victoria Price, Benjamin Bevels, Lara Hollingsworth, Anthony McGregory, Jonathan Murphree, Graylon Pulliam, Gabriel Torres, Jalen Washington, Jahiem Brownlee, James Cousin, Rylee James, Braxton Porter, Markerra Williams, Corley Carter, Gavin Duncan, Michael […]
Sixth Grade Superintendent’s List Zalexus Actkinson, Cali Barnett, Jay Cruse, Annabelle Hood, Jaden Johns, Paige Kilgore, Jonathan Kyle, Jaiden Linley, Jacob Mchann, Lindzee Mixon, Mariyah Morgan, Kaitlynn Murphree, Auzie Myatt and Grace Tate. Principal’s List Hayden Abrams, Frances Allen, Nickolas Barfield, Janesa Bingham, Abbigale Blansett, Allison Blansett, Zachary Boren, Makenzie Brooks, Johnathan Brown, David Bun, […]
Twelfth Grade Senior Superintendent’s List Charlsi Allen, Diana Bedolla, Brennan Byrne, Hannah Grimes, Kristen Marsh, Caysi Mitchell, Kardazia Murry, Robert Scott and Mary Kansas Sullivan. Senior Principal’s List Leslie Bigby, Taylor Brand, Naylet Bustos, Teyeira Calvert, Reid Carter, Abigail Cliett, Chasity Criddle, Ramsey Earnest, Talaja Echoles, Damien Fields, Lauren Floyd, Tori Ford, J’lynn Gordillo, Breanna […]
CHICKASAW COUNTY – Teachers and school officials understand tests and realize their value in education to mark progress, recognize deficiencies and plan for improvements. The Mississippi Department of Education released letter-grade rankings in mid October for the state’s schools and districts with most schools in Chickasaw County showing slight improvements and none failing. The grades […]
HOUSTON – Incumbent Senator Thad Cochran may have won the election but he did not win Chickasaw County in mid-term elections last night and a three-man Houston School Board race will see the top two vote-getters in a run off. Democratic Senatorial candidate Travis Childers, of Booneville, garnered 52.40 percent of the vote with 2,140 […]
She came in our office the other day and I love her to death. She watched me grow up and remembers when I threw papers in a sleepy little Southern town called West Point. She was the first person to call me by my nick-name and welcome me to Houston. But she was mad as […]
HOUSTON – Getting your child ready for college is one thing, getting them in is something else. The Houston School of Science and Technology (HSST) is offering a chance for parents to learn ways to help their student be successful on the state subject area tests, the ACT and applying for college scholarships. “Many parents […]
The Common Core State Standards are still the focus of debate of many politicians. Some argue that it is federal government interfering in state education. For the most part those allegations lost traction at the state level through failed court battles. But contention remains within both political parties. Although it seems that it is predominantly […]
Dear Editor, This letter is concerning the Houston School District policy on not allowing the usage of the school facilities by teachers and former administrators for events of personal and public interest. I, Zora Cousin, requested the usage of the Houston High School Auditorium to hold by husband’s, Warren G. Cousin, Sr., funeral services. I […]
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are in effect now, this school year, for all children in kindergarten through twelfth grade in English/Language Arts and Mathematics in Mississippi. These standards give the “what.” What are students to learn in third grade math? Or, what are students to learn about arguing a position in a persuasive […]
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