In a series of interesting science experiments, Mrs. Bell-Luckett's physical science class used their knowledge to determine the difference between a physical and chemical reaction.
Last week, the kindergarten students at Greenlee Elementary were given the opportunity to participate in a mock vote on a new design for the flag of the State of Mississippi. The students were shown all the choices on the ballot, and then selected the design they would pick, if given the opportunity. With the election coming up... Read More.
After reading about a famous expedition, Mrs. Poole’s 7th and 8th grade classes researched other expeditions and presented their information to their classmates. Pictured are some of the students with their presentations: Autumn Sims, Treasure Hollman, Akeelah Clark, Haleigh Hutchison, Sadie Kate Wood, and Rylie Renfrow.
The Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center has announced star students for the first nine-week grading period. They are: (top, left to right) Steven Steed - Automotive Service Technology Jersey Reed - Agriculture Juan Garcia - Welding Jon Cochran - Construction Technology (bottom, left to right) Maeson Jolley - Keystone Arianna Austin - Teacher Academy Robert Pickle - Health Sciences Kristen Keith - Digital Media Larry Townsend - CTE Work-Based... Read More.
Recently, Long Creek Elementary received a donation of school supplies from the local Entergy office. Thank you for all local businesses that support our schools.
After being off for two weeks for pandemic precautions, the Whippets returned to play at Landrum Field Friday night, hosting the Leake Central Gators. They had Senior Night festivities before the game and Homecoming during halftime. These events can also be viewed online. In a fairly-matched contest, the game went into overtime with a score of 13-13. It... Read More.
The pre-K and Kindergarten classes at Greenlee had special visitors from the Attala County Fire Department. As soon as the students saw Captain Morgan Smith and Firefighter Jamerious Funchess pull through the school parking lot in the fire truck, they began to jump with excitement. The firefighters discussed various fire safety rules with the students, modeled and... Read More.
McAdams High School students recently got creative by creating posters in Ms. Clemons Family Dynamics class to tell how important family is to them.
Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech student Jon Cochran, who is a second year construction technology student, is staying busy constructing and designing projects. Some of the projects include a step stool, bench, paper towel holder, frame for photography backdrop, and a desk drawer. Other second year construction students have received National Center for Construction Education &... Read More.
The pre-K classes at Greenlee Elementary are learning about being community helpers. This week, Officer Matt Steed visited the students to discuss the importance of police men and women in our community. The students learned what the police do, about important safety procedures, and the reason why we have both. He also showed the children his vehicle,... Read More.
McAdams High School would like to thank the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's Committee for the donation of school supplies, face masks, and hand sanitizer. Accepting the donations is high school counselor, Latosha Brown. Special thanks to the following: Charlotte Miller, birthday chairperson Mary Sue Harmon – banquet chairperson Annie Winters... Read More.
Great Things Are Happening at CTC! The Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center is not letting COVID-19 stop the preparation of students to become career-ready. Recently, Darren Milner, KAP Director, presented the soft skills program #It'sWorthIt to second-year students virtually using Google Meet. The program gave an overview of the skills employers are looking for in today's employment market. Also,... Read More.