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The Pascagoula-Gautier School District will be closed March 30-April 6 for spring break. School will reopen on Tuesday, April 7. Enjoy your time off, stay safe and we will see you Tuesday, April 7!Posted Thursday @ 8:42 AM
The Pascagoula High School boys and girls track teams are selling hams for $35, which will be ready in time for Easter. Pick up is at Tay's Barbeque 3602 Ingalls Ave, Pascagoula on April 4 from 4 – 6 pm. All orders must be in by Thursday April 2. Contact: Lou Bertha White at Colmer Middle school by e-mail email@example.com cell 228-369-3345, Jerry Jackson 228-990-2362, Pepper Norman 228-627-5953, Jai Jackson 228-627-5953.Posted Tuesday @ 9:08 AM
Congratulations to our newest A+ Teachers -
A+ Reading - Lisa Hembree and Kristil Albert, Cherokee Elementary; Michelle Rushing, Martin Bluff Elementary; Lisa Pardue, College Park Elementary;
A+ Math - Lisa Pardue, College Park ElementaryPosted Thursday @ 9:15 AM
All 23 varsity sports at Pascagoula High School have earned Scholar Team status by achieving team grade point averages of 3.00 or higher. At PHS, 364 students participate in varsity athletics. Those 364 students combined to have an overall GPA of 3.407 which means these students not only excel on the playing field, but in the classroom as well.
These students participate in baseball, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls bowling, boys and girls cross country, boys and girls golf, boys and girls power lifting, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls swimming, boys and girls tennis, boys and girls track, cheerleading, football, softball, and volleyball. Congratulations to all of our PHS Scholar-Athlete Teams!
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Twenty varsity sports at Gautier Have School have earned Scholar-Athlete team status by achieving team grade point averages of 3.00 or higher. To be Scholar-Athletes, students not only excel on the playing field, but in the classroom as well.
These students participate in boys cross country, volleyball, football, cheerleading, boys and girls basketball, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls power lifting, boys and girls golf, boys and girls bowling, baseball, softball, boys and girls track, boys and girls tennis. Congratulations to all of our GHS Scholar-Athlete Teams!Posted Thursday @ 9:24 AM
Congratulations to teachers in the district who made Renaissance Empowered Educator National Honor Roll.
Accelerated Math - Kelsey Hardy, Laura Hambsch, Gautier Elementary; Amy Manning, Dawn Ezell, Emilee Berryhill, Gina Turner, Jennifer Mason, Lauren Puppel, Mary Ann Holland, Regina Cartwright, Siobhan Cochran, Stephanie Slater, Cherokee Elementary; Bettye Hinton, Amanda Oates, HolisJo Broome, Latoya Fortenberry, Jackson Elementary;
Accelerated Reader – Kelsey Hardy, Laura Hambsch, Gautier Elementary; Heather Darby, Diane Lucas, Antionette Morris, Yolanda Altice, Mary White, Michelle Johnson, Cheryl Mahaffey, Arlington Elementary; Bettye Hinton, Amanda Oates, Montana Bates, HolisJo Broome, Latoya Fortenberry, Rachel Mowdy, Jackson Elementary;
Librarian Honor Roll – Georgia Sanders, Arlington Elementary; and Natalie Mitchell, Jackson Elementary.
Schools/Principals Accelerated Reader Honor Roll - Arlington Elementary, Elizabeth Dock, principal; Jackson Elementary, Dr. Caterria Payton, principal.Posted Tuesday @ 9:27 AM
The Gautier High School Girls Power lifting team under the direction of Coach Bailey Cuevas were named South State Runners up at the South State Power lifting Competition this weekend. Winners were Breanna Ross (first place -South State Champion in the 123 lb. class) Brittany Chandler(third Place 165 lb. Class, Kylian Powell (Second Place in the 165 lb class) Mariah Patin (Second place in 148 lb. class); Aliyah Kline (third place in the 114 lb.class) Erika Gonzalez (2nd place in the 105 lb. class); Tiya Johnson (3rd place in the 198 lb class) and Miranda Hicks (South State Champion in the 165 lb. class)Posted Tuesday @ 9:30 AM
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Colmer Middle School students competed in the State National History Day Competition. The school had the most points at the Junior Level and received the award for Outstanding School Junior Division!
Winners from Colmer include:
Third place - Amber Gantt, "Newboys Stop the World: The Leadership and Legacy of the Newsboys' Strike of 1899"
Second Place - Jiggs Fulkerson, "The Cuban Missile Crisis"
Third Place - Wilson Burgos, "The Battle of Trenton"
First Place - Samantha Lee, "Irena Sendler of the Holocaust"
Third Place - Tori Pullom, "Jim Jones and the Cult of Jonestown"
Second Place - Amaya Miller, "Lobotomy: The Scarred"
First and second place winners will go on to represent Mississippi at Nationals in June in Washington, D.C. Third place winners are alternates.Posted Thursday @ 9:41 AM
Several Trent Lott Academy IDEAS students traveled to the University of Southern Mississippi Saturday to compete in the Mississippi National History Day contest. Congratulations to Sarah Kitchens and Tyler Twedt who won second place for youth website for "The Organic Act" and to Joey Perry and Landon Wiggins who won second place for junior website for "The Manhattan Project." Joey and Landon qualify to go to Nationals this summer at the University of Maryland and Washington DC. Congratulations to these students!Posted Thursday @ 9:40 AM
The Teacher Academy program would like to recognize five of its Future Educators of America members for being named to the FEA Honor Society. This is a distinction that recognizes the academic accomplishments of FEA’s highest achieving members. These students have maintained a cumulative scholastic average of 3.5 GPA. These students are Hannah Gantt, Mikala Jackson, Giselly Santana, Shelby Sanabria, and Kyla Versiga.Posted Thursday @ 9:48 AM
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