The Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center has announced star students for the 2nd 9-weeks grading period. Top: Garrett Russell-Work Based Learning; Shelby Schuster-Health Science; Eli Rigby-Automotive Service; Hayden Langford-Welding; Bottom: Ramaya Brown-Teacher Academy; Cyrus Rone-Construction Technology; Asher Ishmael-Digital Media; Jailynn Riley-Agriculture; and Jeremy Gibson-Keystone.
Health Science II students at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center had a presentation on the importance of a Holter device. Roshelle Noel, RN, spoke about using a Holter device for cardiac monitoring and how it works. Students were able to observe how the monitor is placed and removed on a patient. This was a great clinical learning experience.
Michelle Nicholson, State Farm agent, volunteered to assist local students with state competition. Health Science students at the Kosciusko/Attala Career Tech Center are planning to compete in the state HOSA competition virtually this year. In order for these students to compete, they must pay a registration fee. Michelle Nicholson volunteered to assist these students by paying their $20.00 fee to... Read More.
Highly sought after Kosciusko Whippet football star Antonio Harmon has narrowed down his list of colleges to five. Harmon made the announcement this week on his Twitter account. The schools that made the list are Texas, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, LSU, and Georgia. Harmon has offers from over a dozen colleges around the country. He said in a tweet that he... Read More.
How about a surprise homecoming video to celebrate Veterans Day? Do you remember when Sgt. Travis Fulgham surprised his daughters at Kosciusko Lower Elementary? https://youtu.be/zM1whrbKDB8 When 8-year-old Paislee Fulgham arrived at Kosciusko Lower Elementary Friday morning, she thought she was just going back to her former school to read to first graders to cap off the school's week of... Read More.
The Kosciusko School District has released COVID-19 and ticketing guidelines for soccer and basketball games. The complete release can be read below: Per Governor Reeves’s executive order, the capacity limit to athletic events is 50% at outdoor events and 25% at indoor events; therefore, the KSD will have to limit the number of tickets that can be sold. SOCCER: ... Read More.
Two Kosciusko Whippet softball players have signed to play for Holmes Community College. This week, Emmagail Kelley and Kathryn Claire Schuler both signed to play for the Lady Bulldogs. The two Whippets will begin their senior season in February. The pair were joined at the signing by their families and Head Softball Coach Tony Terry.
For their final regular season game, the Kosciusko Whippets traveled to Louisville to play their long-time rival, the Wildcats. In a slow, methodical game, the Whippets couldn't get any traction on the Wildcats and ended the first half down 9-0. In a game that could only happen on a blue moon, Halloween weekend, in the third quarter the... Read More.
The Kosciusko School District has released another update on the Middle Elementary fire from Tuesday night: In person school for students at Kosciusko Middle Elementary will begin Thursday, November 5th at the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club. The school day will run on a normal schedule. Any students that checked out Chromebooks will need to bring them to school... Read More.
The Kosciusko School District has released another update on the Middle Elementary fire from Tuesday night: After the fire at Kosciusko Middle Elementary, crews are working diligently to clean and repair the building so that students may return to school. KME students will be virtual November 2 - November 6. Kosciusko School District understands the importance of face-to-face learning, therefore,... Read More.