2 months ago
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Teacher Appreciation Week

News 25’s Katarina Luketich interviews Dr. Ursula Whitehead and Guarnette Arrington about the Teacher Appreciation Week: May 15-19 at Stone Middle School. For more information please call (601) 928-4876.
4 months ago
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Teacher Job Fair

News 25’s Katarina Luketich interviews Superintendent Roy Gill about the Teacher’s Job Fair today March 9th from 3 pm until 7 pm.
6 months ago
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Tweaking How Merit Pay Is Distributed

Mississippi teachers might see merit pay next year under the state’s school recognition program, but a proposed house bill would change how the pay is determined. The current program would provide up to 100 dollars per student for schools that achieve “A” ratings or improve by a letter grade. It’s part of a teacher pay […]
6 months ago
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Greenville Ex Teacher Pleads Not Guilty

A former Mississippi teacher has pleaded not guilty to abusing a vulnerable person after a video showed her dragging a student by the hair. An attorney for Linda Winters Johnson entered the plea for her this week in Washington County Court. A trial date for the misdemeanor criminal charge was not immediately set. A video […]
1 year ago
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Making Connections Conference

If you think teachers are spending their summer by the pool. You are mistaken. Over 2,000 educators in the state of Mississippi flocked to the coast coliseum for day one of the Making Connections Conference. The annual conference gives teachers an opportunity to learn innovative and practical teaching strategies and bring them back to the […]
2 years ago
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83 Yr Old Teacher at St. Alphonsus is Still Going Strong

This week is Catholic Schools Week and an 83 year old teacher at St. Alphonsus Catholic School in Ocean Springs is still following her passion for making differences in children's lives.
2 years ago
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Biloxi Teacher Wins Prestigious Nat’l Award & $25,000

Wednesday, one local teacher was recognized for her excellence as an educator.
3 years ago
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Pryor Pleads Guilty to Charges of Molesting Young Boys

Tuesday, former Gulfport teacher, William Richard Pryor, pleaded guilty to federal felony charges accusing him of transporting students across state lines intending to molest them.
3 years ago
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Pryor Appears in Court for Prelim. Hearing on Federal Charges

The preliminary hearing for William Richard Pryor, the Gulfport teacher accused of molesting students over a 41 year period, was heard Tuesday at the Dan M. Russell Federal Courthouse in Gulfport.