Given his long and distinguished career – and education – at William Carey University, former provost Scott Hummel considered the campus his home, and as such, had no particular motivation to ever leave that location.
One could look pretty far and high – at all levels of competition – and still find it a little hard to find a squad that dominated the way the Petal High JROTC Panther Battalion did at the recent Army Mississippi State Drill Competition.
Five elementary schools throughout the Lamar County School District are joining the more than 12,000 schools throughout the country in offering Project Lead The Way, a hands-on classroom environment designed to help children develop knowledge and skills needed to excel in their studies.
“White Privilege: Unconscious Racism, Freud, and the Neuroscience of Implicit Bias,” presented by Dr. Kristen Brown Golden, is the first program in the University of Southern Mississippi’s spring 2020 Philosophy and Religion Forum.
The Mississippi Supreme Court recently ruled for the Lamar County School District in a years-long legal battle against an Oak Grove company.
William Carey University recently announced that its school of education is the largest in the state, according to national and state data.
A veteran education finance administrator with more than 20 years of experience officially stepped into her new role as chief financial officer for the Hattiesburg Public School District, as announced by HPSD Board of Trustees President Delores McNair during the district’s Dec. 10 regular meeting.
When Chloe Jackson was thinking of different projects to do as part of the Afro-American Student Organization at the University of Southern Mississippi, she knew she wanted to involve younger kids in the classroom setting.
Two contracts for Phase II renovation and construction work at Hattiesburg High School and at elementary schools throughout the Hattiesburg Public School District were approved by the HPSD Board of Trustees during its regular meeting Oct. 8 at the district’s boardroom.