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Caption: Fourteen educators from across the state make up the tenth cohort of the Principal Corps.

NCES recognizes students who receive the most nominations during the year for modeling character on campus, from left, (front row) Olivia Thompson, Clark Gentry, Ryleigh Massey, (back row) Drew Walker, Stephen Moore, and PJ Sperandeo.  Tracy...

Character winners, representing “Respect,” at Newton County Elementary School are from left, (front row) Kinzley Bishop, Erin Tullos, Fisher Edwards, (back row) from left:  Luke Hall, Aiden Ramage, and Cynthia Wilkerson.

Recently, teachers from across the state came together in Harrison County for the Mississippi Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) annual Roadways Into Developing Elementary Students (RIDES) program training.

“Safety is the number one priority for the Mississippi Department of Transportation,” said Melinda McGrath, P.E. MDOT executive director.

The administration and staff of the Newton County Career and Technical Center announce the completion of the Early Childhood program by these students for the 2017-18 school year.







Overall Character Winners

By FROM STAFF REPORTS,

NCES recognizes students who receive the most nominations during the year for modeling character on campus, from left, (front row) Olivia Thompson, Clark Gentry, Ryleigh Massey, (back row) Drew Walker, Stephen Moore, and PJ Sperandeo.  Tracy Holliman coordinates the Character Education initiative at NCES.







Newton Elementary Pre-K deadline is Thursday

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The deadline for submitting applications for the Newton Elementary 2018-2019 Pre-K program is Thursday. Students must be 4 years of age on or before Sept. 1 and reside within the Newton Municipal School District zone to be considered for admission. Students will be selected based on screening data and other criteria, including socio-economical and educational need. Any parent or guardian interested in the Pre-K program may call the NMSD Central Office at 601-683-2451 for more information.

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