ITTA BENA — Mississippi Valley State University graduate students Tajeve Wright-Young and Grace Ikenga recently participated in the 2016 Summer Obesity Research Training (SORT) program at Jackson State University.
Mississippi Valley State University will host some of the South’s largest names in blues during its second annual B.B. King Day celebration on Sept. 1.
St. Francis of Assisi School sixth-grader Preston Boles II recently attended a leadership conference for middle school students in Washington, D.C.
If you ask members of the Greenwood High School marching band if they are having “fun in the sun” during their annual band camp, their answers might all be yes. The perspiration on their faces and clothing, however, tells a different story. But despite the heat and humidity of a typical summ…
School is out for the summer. For students who were part of Greenwood High School’s non-traditional programs at the Career and Technical Center this year, however, summer is a great time to test the skills they’ve acquired.
Students usually are recognized or presented an award at the end of the school year for performing well on state tests, exhibiting good behavior or accomplishing classroom expectations.
When Mississippi First Lady Deborah Bryant visited W.C. Williams Elementary School in January to read to kindergarten and first-grade students, she declared that she “loved the Delta.” She also promised to send the almost 50 students in attendance books they could read at home or school.