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The unofficial letter grades for Mississippi’s public school districts and schools were released last week, and schools in Montgomery County showed improvement.
“All four schools did well,” said Dr. Teresa Jackson, Superintendent of Education of Winona-Montgomery Consolidated School District.
Winona Christian School will host 2018 Homecoming Festivities on Friday, September 28. The Homecoming Pep Rally will begin at 9:45 a.m., with the introduction of the court and the parade beginning at 6 p.m. Crowning of the 2018 Homecoming Queen will follow the parade. At 7 p.m., the Stars will take on Bayou Academy. The 2018 Homecoming Cour
An Ohio man will spend 15 years with the Mississippi Department of Corrections after pleading guilty to the lesser crime of robbery, and his accomplice will spend five years on supervised probation for her role in the hold up of Pilot Truck Stop back in June.
“Lead Me to the Rock,” the Fall Hill Fire Production, will open Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Montgomery County Arts Center. The play is loosely based on the life of Eskridge native Rebecca Weed Patterson and her family and the life of Della Young and her family.
When Winona needs a tough yard, Jalen Campbell will usually get the ball.
“He doesn't play a whole lot on offense because he's our best defensive player,” Coach Joey Tompkins said of the senior linebacker who leads the Tigers with 62 tackles, including 13 for losses.
After opening the season with five straight wins and running over opponents, Carroll Academy didn’t have to look far for a challenge.
The Rebels had trouble finding the end zone as Class AAAA Pillow scored on all four of its first-half possessions and took a 36-0 win before an overflow crowd.