The Scott County School District has been honored by the Mississippi School Board Association (MSBA) in their Lighthouse School Leadership Awards Program.
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We just passed the seventh week of the session, and we are in the crunch of getting bills out of committee so that they can be considered by the full House. The deadline for getting measures out of committee is Tuesday, March 3. Those who don’t make it will die for the session.
Ten Years Ago
Members of American Legion Post 9 in Forest held a memorial ceremony Monday night honoring deceased military veterans from the community.
Award winning editorial cartoonist Marshall Ramsey will be the featured speaker next week for the Forest Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual membership banquet.
Students in the Bound to Excel Mentor Group from Scott Central and Morton Schools toured the Mississippi Historical Museum and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. The Bound to Excel program is lead by Andre Hollis.
Sebastopol High School Principal Kaleb Smith recognized students who have scored 25 or better on the ACT at the Scott County School Board meeting last week. Pictured are Smith with the honorees.
The Sherman Hill/East Scott School (SHES) Reunion Committee has selected one descendant from its active membership roll as the 2019 scholarship winner.
The SHES Reunion organization was formed by former schoolmates and classmates in 1986, and supporting education is one of its major initiatives.
Idolatry is a current problem in the lives of many people, when a leader, singer, etc. is exalted. When the exalted person is idolized, it is a sign of foolishness. In a Christian society the only one we can exalt at that level is Jesus Christ. Compared to God, human beings are reduced to nothing.