Members of the Germantown High School Homecoming Court from the 10th grade were (from left) Mariyah Jackson, Arisa Washington, Essence Baker, and Maxonia Bowden
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Jackson Academy fourth-graders (from left) Kinlee Lutken, Jayden Williams, Anna Phillips, Anna Katherine Godfrey, and J. Michael Moody attended a book reading by the author of the “Dog Man” series, Dav Pilkey, at the Mississippi Book Festival.
Third-graders at First Presbyterian Day School painted colorful handprints in Art Class. Shown are (from left) Jacob Suggs, Mary Harr Payne, Layla Giachelli, and Cooper Robichaux.
With the future of the city and opportunity for growth in mind, Ridgeland has filed a petition to annex a section of land that Mayor Gene McGee says is the only viable option for growth.
Mississippi’s Department of Education has a history of puffing up this state’s academic achievements with selective statistical analysis and watered-down standards.
But unlike previously suspect boasts about rising graduation rates or a greater number of A-rated schools, this time the progress is legitimate.
Mr. and Mrs. John Fikes Hill of Madison announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Stafford Hill, to Brett-Tyler Christensen, son of Kristy Michelle Christensen of Richland and Mr. and Mrs. Chad Everett Dennis of Florence.
Peyton Lindsey Reves and Hunter Brian Treutel were united in marriage at 7:30 p.m., April 27, at the Cathedral of Saint Peter the Apostle. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Very Reverend Anthony Quyet.
MID-SoutH Association of Independent Schools Class 6A playoffs get under way this week, and for three schools that means a Friday night off.
Madison-Ridgeland Academy (10-2, 5-0) earned the top seed in the district, followed by Jackson Prep (9-2, 4-1) and Jackson Academy (7-4, 3-2).
Jackson Academy Head of School Jack Milne (right, seated) and Belhaven University President Dr. Roger Parrott (left, seated) signed documents beginning a dual enrollment program between the two educational institutions.