Articles by Mary Pollitz
Teachers at Columbus Municipal School District could soon start seeing incentive bonuses based on the state accountability rating of the campus where they work.
Fairview Elementary third graders all passed the state reading assessment this year, the first time any third-grade class at Columbus Municipal School District earned a 100-percent pass rate.
Asjah Bell, Columbus High School senior, signed her letter of intent to Alabama State University on Wednesday at the first CHS academic signing day.
TaNaya Bluitt has taught for the past seven years and feels her life’s purpose is making a positive impact on all her students’ lives.
The Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees plans to unveil its top three superintendent finalists to the community in early June.
A new purpose for the old Demonstration School at the Mississippi University for Women is taking shape.
For about an hour on Tuesday at Sandfield Cemetery, Mississippi School of Mathematics and Science senior Tija Johnson will become Luisa Boulden.
Ghanshyam Heda was hoping to visit his mother in India this year.
In fact, when the biology professor at Mississippi University for Women applied for the Fulbright-Nehru Academic Excellence Award in 2017, he even began discussing with his mother the possibility of the program bringing him to his native country.
Mary Buckner, a Starkville High School senior, elected Tuesday morning to sign with Mississippi State University.
She won’t be suiting up in an athletic uniform when she gets to campus. Her college career will be purely academic. But Buckner relished the chance to declare in front her classmates she would be a Bulldog.
Two people were hospitalized Sunday after a car chase with law enforcement ended in a wreck on Hickory Road in Oktibbeha County late Sunday morning.
Chloe Draper won’t graduate from Columbus High School until May, but she has already earned an associate’s degree from East Mississippi Community College.
Columbus Municipal School District trustees took their first look at qualifications for 19 candidates who applied for the district’s superintendent position during a nearly five-hour executive session at Brandon Central Services Wednesday.