Archive - News for Education News
November 20th, 2010
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
Starkville High freshman Emily Turner is a straight-A student and a â€śrespectful young lady,â€ť according to her teacher Marica Neal, and that is why she is this weekâ€™s academic all-star.
Many teachers spend a portion of the summer in professional development courses to help them return for the new school year with exciting ideas.
Armstrong Middle School is teaming up with the Starkville Sheriffs Department to help build student self-esteem and respect for law enforcement.