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Lafayette Schools

Reality Fair, CHOICES program teach responsibility

Students from Oxford Middle and High schools as well as Lafayette Middle School took part in programs this week aimed at helping them realize the importance of good grades in its impact on future career choices. (January 19, 2010, Page 6)

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    LMS receives new technology

    Some 240 students at Lafayette Middle School are getting to use special clickers to answer questions in class, while teachers are using wireless notepads to see whether students are getting the answers right. The new devices are part of a $4,000 grant from the Lafayette Endowment for Education. (January 19, 2010, Page 7)

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      This week in Education

      Broadis Lee Toles graduates; John Ray Simmons makes the Dean’s List; Holmes Community College names its Honor Roll. (January 12, 2010, Page 1B)

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        Top readers

        The Kiwanis Club of Oxford donated three bikes to Lafayette Upper Elementary School for the most improved readers in third, fourth and fifth grades. The students that won the bikes were fifth grader Keontae Booker, fourth grader Kierra Bell and third grader Mariah Holland. (January 12, 2010, Page 2B)

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          Seven local teachers earn certification

          Ranking 13 in the country, Mississippi added numerous new National Board Certified teachers to its ranks this winter. Among the 222 new certified teachers in the state are several teachers from Oxford School District and one from Lafayette School District. (January 5, 2010)

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            This week in Education

            BRIEFS — Kahler Rehberg receives medical certification; Oxford Film Festival hosts middle school film workshop; Cuthberts create family trust. (January 5, 2010, Page 5)

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              New grades at Lafayette

              Some Lafayette County School District students who received a B last semester may find they got an A following the county School Board’s approval Monday to adopt a modified 10-point grading scale. The new scale will retroactively change the first semester grades to comply with the new system. (Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2010, Page 1) (January 5, 2010, Page 1)

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