Articles by Bonnie Coblentz
STARKVILLE — Thirty-two people came out Thursday night to share their opinions on what the school board should look for in the next superintendent of the Starkville School District.
The most commonly repeated themes were that the next superintendent should have good communication skills, be invested in the community, bring people together and be a person of integrity.
The Oktibbeha County School District approved their $11.3 million budget Monday night in a brief meeting where they also raised the price of school lunches.
Members of the public are asked to voice their thoughts Thursday night on the search for the new superintendent of the Starkville School District.
School board members again critiqued the power bill for the Oktibbeha County School District in Monday night’s board meeting, the first in their new building.
About 70 people dressed in green “Buy American, Buy Starkville” T-shirts packed the Starkville School District’s board meeting Tuesday to protest the high school’s new field house not being fabricated by Gulf States Manufacturing.
The Oktibbeha County School board voted Monday night to request the $450,200 needed to buy four new buses and four used buses to rejuvenate the fleet.
STARKVILLE — Starkville school officials approved the district’s $45.9 million budget Tuesday, but it was not without some haggling.
STARKVILLE — School officials set Sept. 12 as the date to begin advertising for a new superintendent for the Starkville School District, with the position closing Oct. 31.
STARKVILLE — The Oktibbeha County School District is about to have a downtown address when it begins operations out of its new Main Street building.
Oktibbeha County school officials approved the special education budget for the coming year in a short meeting where they handled some year-end matters.