Education

Gautier High senior wins drawing for MGCCC scholarship

  Avery Elbin, a senior at Gautier High School, won a $1,000 scholarship to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College as part of a drawing at the 2017 MGCCC President’s Breakfast held on November 30 at the college’s Hospitality and Resort Management Center in...

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BEN Launches High School Mentoring Program

Click the image above to view larger. The Pascagoula Refinery’s Black Employee Network (BEN) recently launched a mentoring program with Moss Point High School (MPHS) for the 2017-2018 academic year. The mission of the program is to offer students a diverse view of...

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Learn about Wildlife, Conservation at Crane Fest 2017

Families wanting some outdoor adventure this weekend can participate in the 2017 Crane Fest at the Mississippi Sandhill Crane National Wildlife Refuge. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 9, Crane Fest will feature a variety of activities ranging from archery and...

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Moss Point Advances in $2 Million National STEM Contest

Click the image above to view larger. Out of nearly 3,000 applications for the 2017 – 2018 contest, the Moss Point Career & Technical Education (CTE) center, located in Moss Point, MS., was named one of the nation’s 255 state finalists in the Samsung Solve...

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Dr. Durand Payton Named CTE Director of the Year

On October 29-31, the Mississippi Association of School Administrators held its annual meeting & fall leadership conference in Jackson, MS.  The theme of the conference was “The Changing Seasons of Leadership ~ To Everything There is a Season”.  During...

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Gautier High School to Host 18th Annual Veterans Breakfast

Gautier High School will host its 18th annual Veterans Breakfast beginning at 7:30 a.m., Friday, Nov. 10, 2017, in the school cafeteria. The event is one of the biggest on the Mississippi Gulf Coast with more than 250 veterans invited to attend. Special guest speakers...

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Supporting Students for Success

MGCCC’s adult education program helps students prepare for a better future Looking into a typical classroom at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, you might expect to see students in their late teens to early 20s listening to instructors or reading in...

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Central Elementary Holds Hispanic Heritage Program

Central Elementary celebrated Hispanic Heritage with a special program featuring a presentation of Hispanic countries represented by the students of Central Elementary including Chili, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Mexico, Venezuela and Puerto Rico, music sung by all...

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Colmer Middle School Crowns Homecoming Queen

Gabrielle Stallworth was crowned Colmer Middle School’s 2017 Homecoming Queen in between the 7th and 8th grade games as the Panthers took on the Ocean Springs Greyhounds in football action.  Other maids on the court were seventh grade maids Kierra Grady, Natacha...

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Singing River Academy Accepted to Smithsonian Project

Singing River Academy teachers, Shelby Cox, Jana Knight, Charlene Hooks,  have been accepted along with their students into Harvard-Smithsonian Youth Astronomy Network, a national YouthAstroNet online learning community. With this acceptance will come access to a wide...

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