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  • SOCSD Board of Trustees Announces Three Finalists for Superintendent

    SOCSD Board of Trustees Announces Three Finalists for Superintendent

    February 22nd, 2017

    The Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Board of Trustees has selected three finalists to interview for the position of superintendent.  The finalists are Tupelo School District Assistant Superintendent Eddie Peasant, Scott County School District Superintendent Tony McGee, and Tullahoma, Tennessee School District Superintendent Dan Lawson.  McPherson & Jacobson, LLC, the firm contracted[read more...]

    Sudduth Students Eat Their Way to Good Health

    Sudduth Students Eat Their Way to Good Health

    February 21st, 2017

    With visions of rainbows in their heads, some students at Sudduth Elementary School learned to paint and eat a delicious and nutritious snack.  The Mississippi University for Women Culinary Arts Institute introduced students to fresh fruits and vegetables that feature the colors of a rainbow during a food tasting demo at[read more...]

    Starkville High School’s Chris Luckett wins Youth Conservation Award from Mississippi Wildlife Federation

    Starkville High School’s Chris Luckett wins Youth Conservation Award from Mississippi Wildlife Federation

    February 21st, 2017

    The Misssissippi Wildlife Federation honored Chris Luckett, a freshman at Starkville High School, as the Youth Conservationist of the Year during the 57th annual Mississippi Conservation Achievement Awards Luncheon. Chris was recognized for demonstrating a personal commitment to conserving the state’s resources and protecting the environment. He’s participated in the[read more...]

    SHS Marks Second Year of JMG Program with Special Ceremony

    SHS Marks Second Year of JMG Program with Special Ceremony

    February 13th, 2017

    Starkville High School celebrated the achievements of students who are participating in the Jobs for Mississippi Graduates (JMG) program during a special ceremony on Wednesday. This marks SHS's second year of participation in JMG, an affiliate of Jobs for America’s Graduates Program (JAG), which is considered the most consistently applied[read more...]

    HWS Likes to Move It!

    HWS Likes to Move It!

    February 2nd, 2017

    Move to Learn LIVE gets students and teachers in motion at HWS! The school participated in a special LIVE event on Wednesday that offered information and inspiration about how to increase student fitness levels and improve academic achievement in the classroom. From re-imagining recess on a cold/rainy today to re-engaging[read more...]

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