Last year Toby Price was a second-grade teacher in the Hinds County School District. Then he read the book “I Need a New Butt” to one of his classes. The superintendent apparently thought it was a classless move and Price was fired.
From isolation to bullying, the new program is giving children a brighter outlook on dealing with life’s struggles. Inside Johnson Elementary third and fourth graders are learning skills to be optimistic, welcoming and problem solvers.
In a press release sent Wednesday, the Jackson Public Schools District stated that the school building was experiencing a “major mechanical challenge” to its heating system, resulting in students resorting to virtual learning Wednesday
It’s a return to home for Mississippi’s next state superintendent. And we’re learning more about what his plans are for the post. Dr. Robert Taylor is a Laurel native but he’s spent the last 30 years working in education in North Carolina.
The library branch in NW Jackson (3450 Albemarle Rd) is a part of the Golden Key Multipurpose Center. The center, which includes an apartment complex with senior housing, has had major upgrades/renovations during that time as well
Nearly $400,000 of the donation will be earmarked to help replenish the JSU Emergency Gap Fund, which is being used to assist students with water crisis-related expenses. To date, more than 3,600 students have requested support.