The following schedule is for locker clean out at Kosciusko Upper Elementary, Kosciusko Junior High School, and Kosciusko High School. Only the student will be allowed in the building to clean out their locker. Students may come between 9:00-1:00 each day. May 5 (Tuesday): 4th grade(KUE) 6th grade(KJHS) 11th grade (KHS) May 6 (Wednesday): 5th grade (KUE) 7th grade (KJHS) 10th grade (KHS) May 7... Read More.
The following is a letter from Kosciusko School District Superintendent Billy Ellzey, addressing the district's plans for 2020 graduation. Dear Parents and Guardians, Thank you for your outreach and concern about the tradition of the graduation ceremony here at Kosciusko. I know that many seniors would like to have a traditional graduation with all family and friends in... Read More.
Kosciusko High School has announced plans for its 2020 graduation ceremony. Read the complete release below from Kosciusko High School principal Henry Coats.
Are you missing baseball? Well how about a blast from the past? We found this 18-year-old Kosciusko Whippets’ baseball lineup card while cleaning out the radio station this morning.
Kosciusko Lower Elementary is making sure students still feel involved and connected during the extended break. The school announced a Virtual Spirit Week on its Facebook page. It's encouraged for students to dress up each day and send in or tag pictures of themselves participating. The complete list of days can be viewed below.
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.
The Kosciusko High School choir earned an excellent on stage and a superior in sight reading at the MHSAA/MMEA state performance assessment held at Pearl High School March 3. The choir is directed by Stephanie Holmes. Pictured are (front row) Madison Stroud, Nicole Armstrong, Abby Becera, Raven Nichols, and Keke Patty. (Back row): Daqueria Miller, Victoria Cain, Kiyanna Kast, Maurisha... Read More.
The Mississippi Association for Career and Technical Education (MS-ACTE) announced that Mrs. Tracy Hardy, CTE Counselor at the Kosciusko-Attala Career Tech Center, is the recipient of the 2020 MS-ACTE Counselor of the Year Award. This award recognizes school counselors who have demonstrated commitment to connecting students with opportunities for success, shown innovation in career exploration and development, and... Read More.