Schools

Interact

Madison Central High School Interact Club officers were recognized at Senior Class Day. They are (from left) co-presidents Katie Taylor and Cheyenne Barker, and secretary/treasurer Hibah Hasan.




Play to learn

Learning through play at First Presbyterian Day School preschool are (from left) Finley Herring, Annalise Lavender, and Annabelle Hendrix.


Maids

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s 2017 Homecoming maids representing the freshman class are (from left) Claire Azordegan and Xenia Minton.




Girls cross country

The 2017 Jackson Prep girls cross country team includes members (from left, back) Coach Daniel Burnett, Havens Smith, Abby Allen, Maggie Muenzenmay, Eleanor Baker, Emmison Geiger, Elizabeth Speed, Allie Wise, Reese Lyle, Brittany Jiang, Eliza Burnham, Kennady Marble, Maclain Kennedy, Callie Knotts, Teddie Duckworth, Genevieve Hurst, Head Coach



First 50

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School students are challenged every year to read 50 books the summer before starting first grade. Each year, on the first week of school, the students who successfully completed the challenge are awarded a certificate and a book of their own.


Back to school

Covenant Presbyterian preschool recently held their annual Back to School Night. The evening included food, games, face painting, petting zoo, and snow cones.  Enjoying the evening are Gavin and Lacy Nowell with Liam and Ceci.



On to college

New Summit School seniors accepted into college include (from left) Alyssa Watson, University of South Dakota, Mississippi State University, and University of Southern Mississippi; Courtney Latham, University of Southern Mississippi; and Libby Shropshire, Holmes Community College and Hinds Community College.


Rebecca Seale

Rebecca Seale, a student at Saint Joseph High School, displayed her Girl Scout Gold Award Project at the 2017 Mississippi State Fair. The purpose of this award project is to educate the community about the assistive devices that are available to help students be independent in school and in life.


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Social

The Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce and Keep Ridgeland Beautiful received the 2018 Keep America Beautiful Innovative Partnership Award for Zinnia Fields Forever – a partnership between the Ridgeland