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The Covington County School District Board of Education has cut 10 from the list of candidates for the next superintendent, going from 17 to seven. Although the meeting was behind closed doors, Board President Lynn Smith has ly committed to being as transparent as possible through the process.
The vacancy announcement was sent to the National School Boards Association, which posted it on their website.
All inquiries to MSBA regarding the position were answered, and a brochure outlining the procedures to apply for the position was sent to each. Telephone and responses were made to those who had been recommended or who had expressed an interest in the position.
Among the original applicants were four superintendents, one assistant superintendent, three directors, two coordinators, five principals, one assistant principal, and one teacher. Eight of the applicants have a doctorate degree.
Ten of those applicants are male, and seven of the applicants are female. Fourteen of the applicants are from Mississippi, two are from Alabama, and one is from Tennessee. Each application was reviewed, analyzed, and evaluated according to the established criteria, and references were checked.
Reference letters for each applicant were received. Telephone calls and personal contacts were made to gain additional information about each applicant.
A determination was also made as to whether each applicant met the qualifications to be a superintendent in Mississippi as defined in the Mississippi Code of, which went into effect on July 1, or met the Mississippi Department of Education Alternative Qualifications for Prospective District Superintendents of Education.
The news of which bargain fans have been waiting is finally set in stone, or concrete in this case. Concrete work is starting very soon, making a place for the new facility being built by Davis Construction of Collins.
The building has been ordered. We also have to overlay the existing slab because of the damage.
The March 10, fire was ruled an arson after a burglary. The people arrested were also tied into several other burglaries that were solved through the investigation, including a local school and discount store. Camera footage at the discount store, according to its owner, was able to provide evidence to help identify suspects. According to the ordinance, everyone under 18 years old shall not be in public after 10 p. Sunday through Thursday nights and midnight Saturday and Sunday mornings.
The curfew ends at 6 a. This includes any public street, highway, park, vacant lot or any public place within Collins.
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After the second violation, the youth court becomes involved. There are some exceptions. Of course, underage people with their parents is exempt at any time from the curfew. Also, if a minor is legally employed, they have 30 minutes before or after work to travel directly between their place of employment and home; however, the juvenile must have proof in writing from the employer.
Minors also have 30 minutes to get home following a school activity or religious activity. Checking the news while waiting for the coffee pot, thanks to The News-Commercial! The folks at the Senior Center in Collins recently arrived early to read about the latest happenings.
The center offers meals, games, and activities for local senior citizens.
The convention included workshops, a meet-and-greet, a memorial service and ended with a grant banquet with awards ceremony. Members, both Bulldogs and non-Bulldogs, enjoyed the beautiful Mississippi State campus and exceptional hospitality. Member Dr. Word Johnston introduced the crowd to Hitt before giving the award. We take for granted our drinking water.
We take for granted our health. We need to commit ourselves to building a better world, a better community. I dare you and me to recommit ourselves to be the kind of people to make our community a better place. The audience heard from guest speakers and members. These recent high school graduates have displayed great interest in serving their communities and have met the requirements to serve as AmeriCorps Volunteers.
As volunteers, these students will be tutoring fourth through eighth graders in summer programs with the goal of improving academic success.
Once these students have completed their hours, they will be awarded an academic scholarship to the institution of their choice. Organizers are proud to have these students and hopeful for the outcome of the program. During the meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen at Collins City Hall Tuesday, June 4,a list of 32 dirty, overgrown, or unkept properties were presented. Property owners were required to mow grass, pick up trash, or otherwise clean their lots or face hefty penalties from the city.
Several property owners packed the board room and lobby before and during the meeting. About 10 of them cleaned their land before the meeting and made an appearance to be sure they were now good. A couple others had started cleaning, but were told to do more. Many of those in attendance at the meeting offered reasons to city leaders why the lots were in such bad shape. For example, the owner of one lot is now in assisted living care. Another property owner said she has spoken with Fire Chief John Pope about burning the house down for training. Even for the lots that are now clean, the owners will remain on the list for one year.
Sanderson Farms, Inc. According to the latest Women on Boards Gender Diversity Index, which measures companies on the Russell Index, the percentage of board seats held by women rose to Currently, women comprise 35 percent of those who have a seat on the Sanderson Farms, Inc. Sanderson, Jr. Home News. August 9, in Uncategorized.
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