Parental Involvement Night at McAdams

On Monday, February 24, 2020, McAdams High School held an 8th Grade Parental Involvement Night.  Teachers and parents voiced their concerns about student academic growth as well as discussed ways to help decrease classroom disruptions.  The night was a success.

Long Creek Rewards Students with Trip to Museums

Students in grades 4th-7th who were proficient / advanced in two or more areas on their 2018-2019 State tests, along with students who showed growth in two or more areas are being rewarded with an off-campus trip.  These students will travel to The Civil Rights Museum and The... Read More.

Greenlee Elementary School Celebrates Family and Community Involvement

Greenlee had several opportunities for family/community involvement the week before Spring Break. On Tuesday, they celebrated the beloved children’s book author, Dr. Seuss’s, birthday with cake and juice.  The classes that had 100% participation in reading a book the night before with their families for Read Across America Day were able to attend the party.

Whippets Fall in Narrow Baseball Contest

The Kosciusko Whippets played the Neshoba Central Rockets in baseball action on Monday.  Early on, the game was pretty evenly matched, with the score being tied going into the fourth inning.  The Rockets then took off, scoring five runs in the fourth.  The Whippets came back in the sixth with two runs, which Neshoba Central matched in... Read More.

Rural Health Recruitment Program Comes to CTC

The Mississippi Nurses Foundation Executive Director, Rosalyn Howard, recently presented the Rural Health Recruitment Program to high school students in Kosciusko, MS.  The program teaches nursing career ladders and education/training incentive programs (scholarships) with a focus on encouraging nursing careers in rural areas. Health Science II students from the... Read More.

Daylight Saving Time – spring forward this weekend

This Sunday at 2 a.m., your clocks will jump ahead one hour, the start of more evening sunlight for months to come. The tradition of springing forward and falling back is overseen by the U.S. Department of Transportation and is rooted in saving energy. Daylight saving time was first used in World War I and World... Read More.

Tigers Overcome Whippets in Rare Matchup

The Kosciusko Whippets hosted the Ethel Tigers Tuesday night in baseball action.  Despite being the closest schools to each other, these two rarely meet on the field.  This was the first time in eight years since the two met in hardball play. The Whippets started off the evening with a two-run lead in the first inning.  They held... Read More.

Greenlee’s Gifted-Class Winners in Newton’s Law of Motion Contest

The upper elementary Gifted students at Greenlee recently studied Newton’s Law of Motion.  They applied this law by creating a working model roller coaster . They all worked very hard during their gifted classes to create the models and then display the finished products in the hall ways.  The roller coasters were examined and judged to determine... Read More.

Local Students Published in Poetry Anthology

Students in Mrs. Casey Johnson’s English I and English II classes recently studied poetry.   The following students’ poems were selected to be published in Anthology of Poetry: Zoei Fowler, Patricia Woods, Artaysha Miller, Kaylyn Barrett, Zakiya Dotson, Gavin Kyle, Brent Bell, Cooper McDaniel, Bradley Barrett, and Steven Steed.