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Financial Aid Boosted

Updated: 06/02/2003 - Financial aid available to higher education students in Mississippi will be raised by $3 million for 2003-2004.

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UWA Board Controversy

Updated: 06/02/2003 - A dispute has caused a split within the board of trustees at the University of West Alabama.

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Schools Seek Solutions

Updated: 05/28/2003 - The Sumter County School District is working on a strategic plan to improve education.

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Parents for Public Schools

Updated: 05/28/2003 - Parents for Public Schools encourages parents and guardians to take an active interest in their child's school, teachers and administrators.

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DARE to Make a Difference

Updated: 05/27/2003 - Fifth graders at Oakland Heights Elementary graduated Monday from the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program.

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Board Adds Summer Session

Updated: 05/22/2003 - The Lauderdale County School Board approved an extended six-week session for grades five though eight at Northeast Middle School.

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Teacher Bill Passes Committee

Updated: 05/22/2003 - An Alabama Senate committee passed a bill that would guarantee the number of state-funded teachers for local districts next year.

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Kate Griffin Aiming High

Updated: 05/21/2003 - An awards program at Kate Griffin Junior High School recognized more than 130 students for excellence during the 2003-2004 year.

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Clarkdale Expands Relay

Updated: 05/16/2003 - Students at Clarkdale Attendance Center raised money for Relay for Life through a concert offered at the campus Friday.

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Salute to the Military

Updated: 05/16/2003 - Southeast Lauderdale Elementary School showed its appreciation for the men and women of the armed forces, and their families.

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Johnson: Strong Schools Essential

Updated: 05/13/2003 - Mississippi's superintendent of education stressed the important connection between education and the business world in a speech to local leaders.

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Two Arrests in Bomb Threat

Updated: 05/13/2003 - Meridian police have charged a pair of teenagers for making a bomb threat to a local school Monday.

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Scientific Minds

Updated: 05/09/2003 - Six West Lauderdale High School students prepare for the International Science Fair.

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Bomb Threat Hoax

Updated: 05/08/2003 - A hoax bomb threat interrupted classes Thursday at Northwest Junior High School.

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Myers Named to Board

Updated: 05/06/2003 - A businessman became the newest member of the Meridian School Board Tuesday, but not without opposition.

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Children First

Updated: 05/01/2003 - In honor of National Law Day, some students in Livingston are learning about the legal system.

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Pickering Visits School

Updated: 04/25/2003 - Cong. Chip Pickering visited Oakland Heights Elementary School to read to students and talk about the value of education.

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Finding What Works

Updated: 04/23/2003 - As it evaluates the quality of educational programs, the Meridian Public School District is a step closer to starting its search for a new superintendent.

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Royal Visit to MHS

Updated: 04/22/2003 - Queen Elizabeth I, or a close match, visited Meridian High School to bring history to life.

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EMCC Student "Tops"

Updated: 05/01/2003 - An East Mississippi Community College student has been named one of 20 top junior college students in the nation.

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Loaded Bus Wrecks

School Bus Accident

Updated: 03/28/2003 - A bus with students on board crashed Friday afternoon, but there were no fatalities.

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MCC Reaching Higher

Updated: 03/28/2003 - Enrollment is up at Meridian Community College and so are students' grades.

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Children First: Coping and Healing

Updated: 03/28/2003 - Tragedies often cause psychological and emotional distress for children, but how can a child get help?

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Classes Resume at NEL

Updated: 03/27/2003 - Students returned to Northeast High School Wednesday and tried to cope with the tragic death of a classmate.

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Supt. Champions Accountability

Updated: 03/27/2003 - Mississippi's educational system ranks among the lowest in the nation. But state superintendent of education Dr. Henry Johnson says the solution is to hold everyone involved accountable.

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