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Supply Our Students

Updated: 07/14/2004 - The first day of school is just over three weeks away. Not all students have the resources to start fully prepared. One organization is trying to change that and it needs your help.

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University Expands Offerings

Updated: 07/13/2004 - Mississippi State University, Meridian campus, is offering several new programs to students.

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Morton to Head Alabama Schools

Updated: 07/13/2004 - Interim Alabama schools superintendent Joe Morton has been given the job permanently.

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School Adopts Uniform Policy

Updated: 07/09/2004 - As the new school year approaches, students at Magnolia Middle School will have a new look.

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Fueling the Future

Updated: 07/07/2004 - School bus riders in Lauderdale County this fall will be part of an innovative system that may create a cleaner environment.

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Students Enjoy Summer Study

Updated: 06/30/2004 - It has been a good summer for students in a program at Fitkins Church of the Nazarene in Meridian.

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Teaching Kids with PB & J

Updated: 06/24/2004 - The Meridian-Lauderdale County Public Library featured Peanut Butter and Jelly Theatre on Thursday.

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Skills Put to Ultimate Test

Updated: 06/24/2004 - Community college students from Mississippi are among those competing this week in the Skills USA national championships.

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Meridian Schools Get 21st Century Grant

Updated: 06/23/2004 - The Meridian School District is one of 34 in the state to receive a grant to assist with after-school programs. It has been trying to get the grant for nearly seven years.

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Benton's Leadership Praised

Updated: 06/22/2004 - A Meridian educator, Dr. Kim Benton of Oakland Heights, is representing the state in the 2004 National Distinguished Principals Program.

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Oakland Heights Seeing Stars

Updated: 06/22/2004 - The Starbase Atlantis program paid a visit to some lucky students at Oakland Heights Elementary School Tuesday.

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Cadets Prove Their Stuff

Updated: 06/16/2004 - Navy Junior ROTC cadets from across the southeast are in Meridian working on leadership skills and building a "team" attitude.

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Parents Petition for PE

Updated: 06/15/2004 - Starting next year, elementary schools within the Meridian Public School district will not have physical education assistants. In an effort to change this, one local parent is taking matters into her own hands.

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Student Chosen National Delegate

Updated: 06/14/2004 - Clarkdale High School student, Lauren Pedroso, was chosen to represent Mississippi at Girls Nation next month in Washington.

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Educators Go to School

Updated: 06/10/2004 - In an effort to strengthen the relationship between area schools and the media, MSU Meridian is conducting a public relations seminar for school administrators.

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Tuition Hikes Weighed

Updated: 06/07/2004 - A decision on whether or not to raise tuition at Mississippi's eight public universities will be made soon by the College Board.

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Jump Start on School

Updated: 06/04/2004 - Summer isn't restful for all students. A new program for children in middle grades is designed to raise test scores.

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Supt. Firing Update

Updated: 06/04/2004 - After recently being fired, the ousted superintendent for the East Jasper School District is speaking out for the first time publicly.

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School Board Talks Money

Updated: 06/03/2004 - The Lauderdale County School Board briefly considered a tax hike during a work session Thursday.

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Kids Count 2004

Updated: 06/03/2004 - Mississippi and Alabama are apparently improving in areas that affect the quality of life of children, but according to "Kids Count", still have a long way to go.

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Pickering Addresses Boys State

Updated: 06/03/2004 - Federal Appeals Court Judge Charles Pickering encouraged delegates to Boys State to make dignity, pride and integrity part of their plans for life.

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Jump Start the New School Year

Updated: 06/02/2004 - Middle school students at Carver and Magnolia in Meridian are encouraged to attend a "Jump Start Summer Program" now underway.

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Governor Signs Workforce Bill

Updated: 05/25/2004 - A bill signed into law Tuesday creates one entity that oversees the state's job skill training, merging efforts formerly handled by state and federal agencies.

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