Archive - Oct 2010 - News for Education News
West Oktibbeha County Elementary sixth grader Lynnzie Dean is one of the most polite students one could meet.
Pumpkin Book Report
Ward Stewart students in Itaska Rosamondâ€™s and Stephanie Bullardâ€™s class put a Halloween spin on their recent book report.
OCH Regional Medical Center Wellness Connection fitness instructor Corey Martin serves as an inspiration for all moms.
Students at Sudduth Elementary received a wonderful treat this week during their library period.
Each year, a week in October is dedicated to educating children about the dangers of harmful decisions.
Starkville Christian freshman Austin Foxx is this weekâ€™s academic all-star because of his high academic standards for himself and his shining personality, according to his teacher Alison Calhoun.
Selecting the perfect college to attend can be nerve-wracking for any high school senior, but luckily for Oktibbeha County seniors, the annual college fair provided a wealth of information.
The Oktibbeha County School District is helping students succeed with the help of a technology grant.
Troop 45 scout Cole Wood is using his eagle scout project as a way to give back to his church.
More then 4,000 fourth graders visited Mississippi Stateâ€™s forest products complex to learn about the magic of wood.