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Solve for Tomorrow contest sign up opens

Earlier this year, a group of Gulfport High School seniors won $50,000 in technology for their school through Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow contest. Now, that contest is back open welcoming a new batch of innovative ideas from high school students nationwide. Under the direction of Gulfport High School robotics teacher Clint Brawley, the group of […]
1 week ago
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Jackson public schools take over

A spokesman says Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant will carefully consider whether to declare an extreme emergency in the state’s second largest school district. The State Board of Education voted Thursday to recommend that Bryant make the declaration about Jackson Public Schools because of academic and accountability problems. The governor must take the step before the […]
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NASA visit to D’Iberville Elementary School

Science can be fun when it comes to learning about space. A group of D’Iberville Elementary students had a chance to learn about space hands on today. Kindergartners blasted into space Wednesday morning as two representatives from NASA talked all things space. Eight classes sat on the edge of their chairs as they learned about […]
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Enrollment soars at USM Gulf Park Campus

The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Park Campus in Long Beach is setting records. The university saw a large increase in student enrollment this fall. News 25’s Caroline Eaker talked with university officials about the increase in students wanting to be Golden Eagles. The Golden Eagles at the University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Park Campus […]
1 week ago
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Move to Learn at St. James Elementary

Students at St. James were moving and shaking this morning while exercising brain power. Move to Learn hopped along to the elementary school in Gulfport for an in person lesson from Coach Larry Calhoun. Over 300 students from pre-K to sixth grade danced beside the instructor while learning about laugh therapy, cool comebacks, and maintaining […]
2 weeks ago
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Fall enrollment at William Carey increases 4.4 percent

William Carey University is reporting a 4.4 percent increase in enrollment for the fall 2017 trimester. With the close of late registration, enrollment stands at 4,694 compared to 4,496 in fall 2016. Enrollment at the Hattiesburg campus is 3,544 (including 411 in the College of Osteopathic Medicine), and 1,150 students are enrolled at the Tradition […]
3 weeks ago
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Ocean Springs schools give back

As Southeast Texas continues to struggle following Harvey, one local school district is reaching out a helping hand. The Ocean Springs School District has adopted Kolter Elementary School in Houston to help bring the school back on its feet. The school district is collecting anything from cleaning supplies to toiletries, snacks, and plenty of water. […]
4 weeks ago
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St. Martin High becomes member of Biloxi Bay Area Chamber of Commerce

Today, the Biloxi Bay Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed St. Martin High School as a member of their organization with a ribbon cutting and tour of the school. High School Senior Trilby Taylor came forward with the idea of wanting to join the chamber to help make her school known and become more involved with […]