Posts made in January, 2014

DCS Middle School Collaboration

DCS Middle School Collaboration

Written by: Elisa Goss, Assistant Principal Hernando Middle School  The sixth grade teachers at Lewisburg Middle School came to Hernando Middle in early December to collaboratively plan with the sixth grade teachers at Hernando Middle School.  The teachers from both schools spent time discussing the implementation of Common Core State Standards for Mathematics and the use of the new textbook, College Preparatory Mathematics.  They discussed...

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2014 National Catholic Forensic League Tournament

2014 National Catholic Forensic League Tournament

Congratulations to six students from DCS who will represent the North Mississippi Diocese in the National Catholic Forensic League Tournament to be held in Chicago this May. Public Forum Debate Nathan Dixon and Atticus Nelson (DCHS)  Jodus Mire and Kayla Couch (HHS) Lincoln Douglas Debate Zach Herring (DCHS) Original Oratory Raquel Espitia...

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Congratulations to Our 2014 District Reading Fair Winners

Congratulations to Our 2014 District Reading Fair Winners

Congratulations to our 2014 District Reading Fair winners! They will now represent Desoto County in the Regional Reading Fair, held in Oxford on February 22. We are rooting for you!     Kindergarten Fiction- Aiden Munoz              Greenbrook Elementary First Grade Fiction- Taylor Cook                     Overpark Elementary Second Grade Fiction- Olivia Zeman              Lewisburg Primary School Third Grade Fiction- Chase...

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2014 Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards

2014 Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards

This year Lewisburg competed in the Mid-South Scholastic Art Awards against middle and high schools in Memphis and North Mississippi. Out of the 50 schools that had students recognized, Lewisburg had 7 students win 13 awards. What the Scholastic Art Awards mean for our Art students is roughly what a State Championship means to a high school athlete. Of the 13 awards received, 4 were awards of distinction; more than any other public high school...

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Marine Corps JROTC Expansion in DeSoto County Schools

Marine Corps JROTC Expansion in DeSoto County Schools

Written by: Jim Ferguson, Chief Academic Officer for High Schools Hoorah! Hoorah!  You are likely to hear those words while visiting Lake Cormorant High School and Olive Branch High School.  Hoorah is a commonly used greeting within the Marine Corps.  LCHS and OBHS opened brand new programs on January 6 and to that we should all say, “Hoorah!” Master Sergeant Richard McCarty was hired as the Marine Instructor for Lake Cormorant High School.  He...

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