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Honoring Mr. Gault

The election of Bobby Gault to the leadership ladder of the Mississippi School Board Association brings recognition and honor not only to Mr. Gault, but also to the New Albany School District and to our city. Gault, who has been a member of the New Albany School District Board of Trustees since 1976, was elected […]

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Myrtle Food Drive

Myrtle Attendance Center students hosted a Christmas food drive for the Union County Food Pantry. The students collected and donated over 2,000 nonperishable food items between Dec. 7 and 10, 2010.    

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Breakfast with Santa

The FCCLA (Family,Career, and Community Leaders of America) held their Breakfast with Santa Fundraiser on Dec. 9. The Culinary Arts students prepared the food and the FCCLA members  from the Early Childhood Services and Education classes and the Culinary Arts classes decorated for the fundraiser. The New Albany Elementary School Pre-K Classes,  Bailey King’s class […]

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West Union pre-K music program

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West Union November AR winners

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West Union 4th grade Christmas program

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West Union 3rd Grade Christmas Program

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EU students have a ‘Polar Express’ and pajamas day

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Toyota: local plant is smoke free

When Toyota Motor Manufacturing opens its Blue Springs facility this fall, employees and visitors to the site with nicotine addictions will be asked to leave their tobacco products at home.   The company recently announced that it will implement a tobacco/smoke free campus policy for TM Mississippi, the Blue Springs site, when it opens on […]

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New Albany Elementary students receive training on dealing with bullying problem

School bullying was the topic of nationwide headlines earlier this year and sparked major controversy among students, teachers, and parents. In order to educate students locally, Mary Katherine Spencer of Sheltered Aid to Families in Emergencies (SAFE), Inc. came to New Albany Elementary School in mid-November to speak to the students about the importance of […]

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