Winona Secondary School senior, Joseph Woods, has advanced to Finalist in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Joseph was among 16,000 Semifinalists who were announced back in September and invited to compete for some 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $32 million to be offered this spring.
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WINONA – The Program of Research and Evaluation for Public Schools (PREPS, Inc.), Mississippi’s only statewide educational consortium, announced that Winona High School was a 2018 Value-Added Award recipients. The school will be one of those honored at an awards luncheon and ceremony to be held Monday, February 26 at the Jackson Hilton during
Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District’s new superintendent, Dr. Teresa Jackson, will host a meeting for parents of students attending schools of Montgomery County School District on Thursday, February 22 at 6 p.m. at the Montgomery County High School Auditorium.
The 2017-2018 Montgomery County High School Teacher of the Year is Christy Stroud. Montgomery County School District is proud to have her as the Biology teacher. Dr. Wendy Hubbard, superintendent, and Mr. Lewis Zeigler, MCHS principal presented Stroud with a plaque at a recent board meeting.
The community is mourning the loss of a Kilmichael teen, who was tragically killed this past weekend.
Robert Crisman “Trey” Campbell, III, 17, of Kilmichael was killed early Sunday morning when his Jeep SUV struck a tree on Highway 407, north of Herring School Road.
Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s iconic community improvement nonprofit organization celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2018, recently presented Ron Aldridge with its Iron Eyes Cody Award in recognition of his decades of community service devoted to advancing Mississippi as a cleaner, greener and more beautiful state.
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Winona had its best offensive performance of the season in the MHSAA Region 4-2A tournament opener against Bruce, but a 90-70 loss ended a winless season for the Tigers.
“Best offensive game, but worst defensive game,” said WHS head coach Presley Coleman.
The Winona Christian Lady Stars didn’t last long in the Class AA North State basketball tournament, as they fell to Greenville Christian 55-41 in the opening round of the tournament on Tuesday. No individual scoring information was available.