First Presbyterian Day School preschoolers wore “colorful colors” during their week of learning the letter C. Shown are (from left) Sarah Day, Ella Kate Adcock, Evie Dukes, Ella Dismuke, and Madelyn Magee.
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Jackson Prep homecoming court senior maids are (from left) Maggie Waller, Mackenzie Nichols, Lynn Redding, and Mary Parker Plunkett.
Covenant Presbyterian Preschool had an educational visit from the Jackson zookeepers who brought several animals and taught about where they live and what they eat. Shown are (from left) Birdie Frascogna, Harper Reid, Isabella Zheng and Will Tann.
Jackson Academy’s 2018-2019 chapel worship band is led by (from left, back) Meagan Gautier, Josh Watson, Charlie Earl, Don Waller, Anna Carlisle Nichols; (front) Lila Robertson, Reese Overstreet, Emma Collums, and Thomas Earl.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently celebrated Homecoming 2018. Members of the Homecoming Court representing the senior class are (from left) Lindsay Moriarity, Anna K. Case, Anna Kathryn Becker, Mia Hammond, and Kate Coffin.
Kindergartners at First Presbyterian Day School dressed in camouflage to conclude their week of learning the letter “C.” Shown are (from left) Caroline Bryan, Rivers Newman, Reid Hurley, Patrick Tabor, and Antonina Karam.
John Vanderloo, M.D., a family medicine physician, was recently named a Doctor of Distinction by the Mississippi State Medical Association. MSMA Doctors of Distinction are named after they complete the full course of the MSMA Physician Leadership Academy, which trains them to be leaders and advocates.
Jackson Academy and Prep face off on football field Sept. 28
The rivalry between Jackson Preparatory School and Jackson Academy (JA) isn’t lost on Annie Craig.
And if her team wins tomorrow night, the JA fourth-grader will have something to hold over her older brother and sister, both of whom attend Jackson Prep.
There may be a light at the end of the tunnel for traffic congestion in Madison County.
Madison County recently received $8 million from the state to fund the Reunion interchange, which District 4 Supervisor David Bishop expects to have a great impact on traffic.
MILLSAPS MAJORS ENJOYING BEST FOOTBALL SEASON SINCE 2013 UNDER COACH AARON PELCH
The Millsaps Majors are 4-0 and off to their best start since 2013, under Head Coach Aaron Pelch.