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Student Charged in Bomb Threat

Updated: 03/05/2004 - A student has been charged with making a bomb threat to Northeast Lauderdale Middle School.

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On the Right Track

Updated: 03/04/2004 - Preschoolers took the study of the letter T to the right side of the tracks.

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NWJH Goes to College

Updated: 03/04/2004 - Some students from Northwest Junior High School got a taste of college life.

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Deputies Pursue Leads in Prank

Updated: 03/04/2004 - Law enforcement officials say they have evidence in a bogus bomb threat made against Northeast Lauderdale Middle School.

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Wile Affirmed for Second Term

Updated: 03/02/2004 - The president of the Meridian School Board has been appointed to another five-year term.

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Read Across America '04

Updated: 03/02/2004 - Schools across the nation celebrated ''Read Across America'' and the 100th birthday of Dr. Seuss' creator.

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Celebrating Heritage Through Song

Updated: 02/27/2004 - Faculty, staff and students used comedy and song to celebrate Black History Month at West End Elementary on Friday.

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McCoy Releases Budget Plan

Updated: 02/24/2004 - House speaker Billy McCoy unveiled a budget plan that he says would fully fund education.

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Former Newton Student Killed

Updated: 02/24/2004 - A former Newton High School student died when shots were fired outside an Atlanta nightclub.

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School Funding at Issue

Updated: 02/23/2004 - School districts across Mississippi are looking at ways they can save money just in case projected budget cuts become reality.

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No More Geometry

Updated: 02/22/2004 - Mississippi's State Board of Education has officially removed geometry as a high school graduation requirement.

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Geometry Nixed as Requirement

Updated: 02/20/2004 - The state Board of Education has removed geometry as a requirement for high school graduation in Mississippi.

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Closing the Gap

Updated: 02/20/2004 - Mississippi public schools are not the only ones facing possible budget cuts, colleges are too. Thursday the two came together for a meeting of the minds.

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Spelling Bee

Updated: 02/20/2004 - You've probably heard of the "Queen Bee," but how about the "King Bee!" One was crowned Friday at Meridian Community College.

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Boards, Officials Weigh Education Options

Updated: 02/19/2004 - Three school boards, representing all levels of education, met with state officials to talk about ways to get what is needed for education.

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Calling All Teachers

Updated: 02/19/2004 - Two new education bills, aimed at getting more teachers into the classroom, were introduced in the legislature Thursday.

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Upward Awards Presented

Updated: 02/17/2004 - Boys and girls who participated in the Upward Basketball Program were recognized for their hard work.

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Rally for Education Set

Updated: 02/17/2004 - A community rally for education will be held Thursday at the Boys and Girls Club in Meridian.

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District Gets Serious With Incentives

Updated: 02/17/2004 - After recently reporting some of the lowest scores in the state, officials in the east Jasper County school district are working to improve test scores and image.

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School Improvements

Updated: 02/16/2004 - Down but not out might best describe one local school district. After recently reporting some of the lowest scores in the state, officials in east Jasper County are not only trying to improve test scores but also perception.

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No Mandate on Uniforms

Updated: 02/16/2004 - The Meridian School Board heard the results of a parental survey on school uniforms, but took no action to impose them.

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Mississippi Education Could Face Major Cuts

Updated: 02/15/2004 - A legislative recommendation places the budget for public education in Mississippi a $161 million, which could mean layoffs for this area.

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Black History Featured

Updated: 02/13/2004 - Magnolia Middle School celebrated Black History Month with possitive messages from outstanding role models.

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Career Center Showcased

Updated: 02/11/2004 - Preparing students for the workplace includes academics and hands-on training offered by facilities like Ross Collins Career and Technical Center.

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Top Jobs in Computers

Updated: 02/11/2004 - A new report shows there's high demand in Mississippi for employees in the computer and health care fields. See the Top 25 list.

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