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MSU releases President’s and Dean’s lists for 2020 fall term

Mississippi State University has released the President’s and Dean’s lists for the 2020 fall term. Students on the President’s List achieved a 3.80 or better grade-point average, based on a 4.0 scale, while completing at least 12 semester hours of course work with no incomplete grades or grades lower than a C. Students from the…

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Southern Miss releases President’s and Dean’s lists for fall 2020 semester

The University of Southern Mississippi has released its President’s and Dean’s lists for the 2020 fall semester. The President’s List includes full-time students who earned a perfect 4.0 grade point average. Students recognized from the local area on the President’s List include Lana D. Ham and Natalie Caul Tullis, both of Jayess; Jonathan Blake Berry,…

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Pleas made for classrooms to re-open

The Lawrence County School Board heard, during its regular monthly meeting last week, from advocates of parents and extended families of county students who begged for classrooms in local schools to re-open as soon as possible. The board voted Nov. 17, prior to the Thanksgiving break, that the district would move to virtual learning through…

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Co-Lin receives donation from Nissan North America

Nissan North America in Canton recently donated 12 engines to Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s automotive technology program. Nissan has been a partner to the college not only in the career and technical division, but also to Co-Lin’s workforce education division. Many Co-Lin alumni from a variety of different programs are employed by Nissan.

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Meals available to all children in county

During the period of Virtual Learning in the Lawrence County School District, meals will still be provided for children. The following meal procedures will be in place beginning Monday, Nov. 30. Breakfast will be delivered by buses between 6 and 8:30 a.m. Lunch will be grab and go at the times and locations shown below,…

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Lawrence County schools to continue Virtual Learning until Jan. 5

The Lawrence County School District released the following statement today: “The Lawrence County School Board voted at their meeting, Tuesday, November 17, that Lawrence County School District students will not return to on-campus instruction until January 5, 2021. On this date, on-campus students will return to the previous school schedules. Those who have elected Virtual…

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Co-Lin concludes football season

Copiah-Lincoln Community College has canceled the remainder of the football season due to COVID-19 concerns. “Unfortunately, we will be unable to complete the remainder of this football season,” said Co-Lin President Dr. Jane Hulon Sims. “We are disappointed for our student-athletes, coaches, and fans. Our top priority remains to be the safety and well-being of…

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Lawrence County School District transitions to Virtual Learning

The Lawrence County School District issued the following statement today: “Due to the spike in positive COVID-19 cases and the increase in quarantines resulting from potential exposure to COVID-19, all Lawrence County School District students will transition to Virtual Learning, beginning with Virtual Wednesday, November 11, and concluding at the end of Thanksgiving Break. Plans…

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LC Schools announce honor roll for first nine weeks

Monticello Elementary School First Grade Superintendent’s Scholar: A’raine Malae Ball, Maximus Robinson Ballard, Bryce Logan Barnes, Mabry Leigh Chavis, Kaelynn Alivia Cliburn, Destini Lania Cole, Tori Kaylee Cole, Skylah Marie Davis, Cailyn A’myah Durr, Easton Lane Earls, Timothy Warren Fairley, Jr., Jordan Excel Fells, De’montae Ja’quae Fortenberry, Emili Mahogani Frelix, Claudio Alonso Gomez, Kariyah Nicole…

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