School News

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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LC Technology and Career Center Spotlight

Work-Based Learning, Exploring Computer Science, Family and Consumer Science Tonya Frazier is an educator at Lawrence County High School as a Family and Consumer Science teacher. This is her second year in the district but her 23rd year as a teacher. As a teacher, she endeavors to create an educational partnership with parents, students, and…

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School meal program extended

Lawrence County School District is currently participating in the Summer Food Service Program. The extension of the program allows all children ages 0-18 to receive a meal each school day. The program began Sept. 14 and will extend through May 25, 2021. Meals will be provided on a first come, first serve basis. There will…

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LC Technology and Career Center Spotlight

  Summer Allen (left) and Anna Claire Oster are in the LCTCC Work Based Learning Program. This is for Year 3 CTE students who have completed a skills-area program. Both have completed the Teacher Academy program. Teacher Academy II and William Carey University School of Education: Dual Enrollment In the 2019-20 academic year, Lawrence County…

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County students eligible to participate in art competition

The Brookhaven Regional Arts Guild will hold its 2020 Jr. Art Competition online Nov. 5-30. All members (1st – 12th grade) are invited to enter. Eligibility is open to artists living in the counties of Amite, Copiah, Franklin, Jefferson, Lawrence, Lincoln, Pike or Walthall. Deadline for submission is 6 p.m. Oct. 29. For entry rules,…

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LC Technology and Career Center Spotlight

Lawrence County Technology and Career Center teacher Jessica Rutland says that it is an absolute privilege to be a teacher. Her professional career started in the Lawrence County School District in August 2004 after graduating from William Carey University with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. Rutland also holds a master’s degree in education from…

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