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Last Saturday night, the inaugural class of seniors from the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated High School, formerly the Montgomery County School District and the Winona Separate School District, graduated before stands packed with family and friends in Tiger Stadium.
OXFORD – A University of Mississippi student and Winona native is heading to Virginia this May to study leadership at the home of the country’s first leader, George Washington.
Winona High School Graduation
The Winona High School Class of 2019 will hold its commencement exercises Friday, May 24 at 7 p.m. at Tiger Stadium, rain location is the Montgomery County Coliseum.
Title additions and the discussion of several teachers from J.Z. George and one from Marshall not turning in signed contracts were main topics at the Carroll County School Board of Trustees special-called meeting last Thursday night at the Central Office in Carrollton.
J.Z. George High School Class of 2019 took its last walk on the high school’s campus as they all celebrated becoming the new alumnus. Above: Samantha Blackmon, Keorra Phillips, Destiny Brewer, Shauntina Ezell, Jazmine Gatewood, TeQuila Flowers, & Sharicka Ezell pose for pictures while they wait for graduation to begin.
A special prosecutor has been appointed by the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors after the Montgomery County prosecutor recused himself from a case in Montgomery County Justice Court.
Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District Superintendent, Dr. Teresa Jackson, recognized five faculty members who are retiring this year at a recent meeting of the Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School Board. Pictured from left are Mr. Kelvin Winbush, Ms. Amanda Newman, Mrs. Cindy Bell, Mrs. Lynn Oliver, Mr. Greg Wenger, and Dr.