Last year, the Neshoba County school district earned an "A" rating for the first time. A year later, it's not only done it again, but this time it tied for fourth for the highest number of points among school districts statewide...."Any time you can... Read More.
As students and teachers get ready to head back to classes, their schools will have more money to work with this year."That's the biggest increase in funding for school districts that we've seen in quite some time."Nancy Loome with the grassroots education group The... Read More.
Mississippi's public schools would receive about $181 million over current year funding under Senate legislation to fully fund the Mississippi Adequate Education Program for the first time since 2007.A chart provided by the Parents Campaign shows how local schools would benefit if the legislation... Read More.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi Senate leaders are pushing to rewrite the state’s education budget formula.The Mississippi Adequate Education Program has only fully funded public schools twice since it was put into law in 1997.Republican Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann and Senate Education Committee Chairman... Read More.
For the first time since 2019, the report cards are in for Mississippi’s schools. The State Department of Education has released unofficial accountability grades for all of the schools and districts for last year. Locally, Neshoba County was the highest-rated district, scoring an A. ... Read More.
Due to flooded roads and the continued rain, the following offices and schools are closed. Refresh throughout the day for the latest information and additional closures and early releases.Leake Academy closed all dayWalnut Grove Public Library closed all day9:30 a.m. - Walnut Grove... Read More.
School has just started but the state test scores are in-- for last year. And across Mississippi, the numbers are up for all subjects.The highest test scores among the local school districts were in Neshoba County, where 79 per cent of the students tested... Read More.
B-MO in the MO'rning - Congratulations to Stacie Strickland of Neshoba Central Middle School, she is out latest winner in our GOT-R-DUNN end of school year promotion, where we are sending teachers and school facility to see Brooks & Dunn at the Brandon Amphitheatre... Read More.
B-MO in the MO’rning – It’s been a long week for Lady Chargers Softball Coach Brooke Steele and its only Monday. Between checking stats, working up line... Read More.
School buildings in Mississippi will remain closed for the rest of the semester, Governor Reeves announced Tuesday on Facebook Live. "That does not mean school is cancelled. Distance learning will continue, and I will be asking every school to submit plans to show that... Read More.
Neshoba County Schools buildings are closed for the remainder of the academic year. According to the NCSD office, the decision was made per order of Governor Tate Reeves. However, the NCSD will continue to provide other formats of education for the remainder of the... Read More.