Poor readers usually are poor students
People can legitimately argue whether flunking third-graders is the correct response when they can’t read anywhere near grade level.
Those who oppose Mississippi’s new “third-grade gate” law say that holding students back only increases … Read more
From press reports
The Teacher Academy program at the WLCTC (Winston-Louisville Career & Technology Center) is proud to announce that Cassi Pearson won 2nd place in Lesson Planning & Development for the Humanities at the Future Educators Association International conference. … Read more
From May 18 – May 31, state and local law enforcement agencies are stepping up enforcement to catch motorists who aren’t wearing their seat belts, just ahead of one of the busiest travel seasons of the year. The 2015 Click … Read more
By Ryan Satcher
Winston County Journal
RIDGELAND – The Nanih Waiya Lady Warriors pushed Smithville to the limit in the MHSAA Class 1A Fast-pitch Softball Championships played here at Freedom Ridge Park, but came up just short.
The Lady … Read more
Mrs. Kay DePriest Robertson is indisputably one of my most favored southern cooks in the entire world! And she’s back again!!! She is not only a noble southern cook, who loves the southern way of seasoning and preparing foods, but … Read more
Winston County Chiefs Registration May 30
The Winston County Chiefs will be excepting registration for their 2015 Fall Football Teams. Ages for players are 6-12. Each player enrolling will need to fill out an application, provide a copy of child … Read more