During Western Line School District’s board meeting on Monday, Superintendent Lawrence Hudson highlighted the success of the district’s students at its two elementary schools, O’Bannon and Riverside.
The Greenville Public School District is giving students and their parents two opportunities to meet the new interim superintendent, Dr. Debra Dace, and the district’s administrative team this week.
The Hollandale School District is hosting a new teacher program, which started this month and will continue through July 26.
The New Teacher Induction Program is designed to encourage the teachers’ confidence and help them to adapt to the teaching environment.
There are more than 100 houses throughout the city that need to be demolished, but city officials say limited funds are keeping that from happening.
Of the approximately 110 properties on the demolition list, the City of Greenville is currently looking to tear down 25 of those structures.
At Western Line School District’s July 1 school board meeting, Superintendent Lawrence Hudson discussed the renovations being done throughout the district.
Renovations are being done at the restrooms at each school, the three cafeterias in the district and the P.E. lockers at O’Bannon High School.
Greenville native Alicia Ervin-Rawls is hosting a book signing this week at Garfield’s Restaurant & Pub.
Folks will have a chance to chat with the local, first-time author from 4-6 p.m. Friday at the restaurant, which is located by the front entrance of the Greenville Mall.
The Mississippi Association of School Superintendents (MASS) has appointed Dr. Mario Willis, superintendent of Hollandale School District, as a member of the MASS’ Board of Directors. He was recently selected for the position at the 2019 MASS/Alliance Summer Convention in Biloxi.
Greenville resident Paul Mathis issued out a notice meeting letter to the residents of Tampa Drive, Bayou Road, Oak Drive, neighboring streets and land/lot property owners to discuss flood concerns.
Funeral arrangements are being arranged for the hometown hero, Joe Sykes, a long time employee of Doe’s Eat Place. Sykes was shot and killed on June 22 in the 400th block of Sunflower Street.
Several early childhood educators and administrators have been meeting at the Greenville Higher Education Center this week to learn valuable tools to improve teaching efforts for Pre-K students.