Archive - Nov 2010 - News for Education News
East Oktibbeha County Elementary sixth grader John Neal Jr. is a well-rounded student and this weekâ€™s academic all-star.
Recently, Modern Woodmen of America members have a lasting gift to the community. Members of the Starkville Modern Woodmen planted a magnolia tree at each of the four Oktibbeha County schools.
The sixth graders of Starkville Academy recently turned their school into a museum about ancient Egypt.
The Starkville School District knows that teachers are amazing people, and that is why each year, the SSD hosts a luncheon to remember the retired teachers of the district.
Imagine taking a guided tour through the inside of a human body to learn the intricate workings of the organs.
Starkville Academy sixth grader Logan Alpe is a role model to her fellow classmates, and that is why she was selected as this weekâ€™s academic all-star.
Starkville Academy sophomore Claire Vickers spends hours a week helping students in her school.
Mississippi State University meteorology students visited Sudduth Elementary last week to talk to the children about sever weather.
Mississippi State Day One students hosted a health fair at Henderson Intermediate School Wednesday.
On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918, a cessation of fire between the allied nations and Germany went into effect, which was the start of the ending of â€śthe war to en