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Groups Stress Education Enhancement

Updated: 03/09/2005 - The Mississippi Rural Education Association says it hopes to open doors and create new opportunities for educators in Mississippi.

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Children First: Writing for Life

Updated: 07/03/2006 - Poplar Springs Elementary School brought in special guests to stress the importance of writing.

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Reading Is Fun Across America

Updated: 03/02/2005 - Make it fun. That's the best way to get kids to read, and that's exactly what educators are doing with "Read Across America.”

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Spelling a Champion

Updated: 02/25/2005 - Lauderdale County's annual spelling bee produced a G-R-E-A-T speller in eighth grader Joel Mabry.

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Future Grounded in Past

Updated: 02/25/2005 - Oakland Heights Elementary School saluted leaders of the past in its annual Black Awareness Program, held in conjunction with Black History Month.

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Life is About Choices

Updated: 02/24/2005 - A motivational speaker told Northwest Junior High School students to make positive lifestyle choices.

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NCHS Earns High Marks

Updated: 02/23/2005 - An academic study released Wednesday points to Newton County High School for "doing things right.”

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Celebrating Black History

Updated: 02/21/2005 - Meridian's Northwest Junior High School saluted important contributions made by African-Americans in a special program Monday.

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Education "Upgrade" Up for Debate

Updated: 02/20/2005 - Gov. Haley Barbour's "UpGrade" education package is touted as a way to make significant changes without a hefty price tag. But some education officials wonder about its effectiveness.

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Remembering and Making History

Updated: 02/18/2005 - The R.L.T. Smith Head Start Center celebrated Black History Month by saluting military heroes of the past.

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Children First: Highlighting the Boy Scouts

Updated: 07/03/2006 - The United Way of East Mississippi and West Alabama designated the Boy Scouts of America-Choctaw Council as its "Partner of the Month.”

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Light Signals Safety?

Updated: 02/14/2005 - Lauderdale County has received approval for a traffic signal to be installed at a busy intersection on Highway 39.

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Teacher Indicted

Updated: 02/10/2005 - Former teacher, Harriet Gordon, has been indicted for allegedly having consensual sex with a 13-year-old boy in Tuscaloosa.

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School Bus Safety Ranks High

Updated: 02/09/2005 - Even though school buses are involved in wrecks on occasion, they are safer than one might think.

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School Bus Crash Update

Updated: 02/08/2005 - A school bus driver who was involved in a collision with a tanker truck Monday was hospitalized.

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Loaded School Bus Wrecks

Updated: 02/08/2005 - An investigation is underway into a serious wreck which happened Monday in Kemper County.

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Principal Trial Postponed

Updated: 02/08/2005 - The trial of a former Meridian school principal accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from the school system has been moved from February 8 to June.

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Giving Can Start Early

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Children from the Wesley House learned a valuable lesson about what makes a hero.

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School Bus Crashes

Updated: 02/08/2005 - Several children and a driver were taken to the hospital after a school bus and gas truck collided.

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Children First

Updated: 07/03/2006 - Getting a "head start" on an education is available if you're looking in the right place.

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Job Shadow Day 2005

Updated: 02/03/2005 - Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow Wednesday, as did dozens of business professionals around Meridian.

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Law Change May Not Be a Hit

Updated: 02/03/2005 - Will Mississippi lawmakers strike out or hit a home run in considering a proposal that could improve safety on the baseball diamond?

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