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Class Act Teacher of the Month: Gautier High’s Keisha Keys

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www..com – Staff – 2023-06-01 15:30:08

SUMMARY: Keisha Keys, a and consumer science teacher at Gautier High, has spent her six years in education teaching her practical skills such as child , family dynamics, nutrition and wellness, and financial literacy. She aims to her students navigate high school smoothly and prepare for adulthood. Looking forward to her seventh year, she has been nominated as athletic coordinator for next season and may consider becoming an athletic director one day.

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Secret Service director, grilled by lawmakers on the Trump assassination attempt, says: ‘We failed’

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www.wxxv25.com Staff – 2024-07-22 11:16:38

SUMMARY: The Secret Service's handling of the recent assassination attempt on former has been labeled its “most significant operational failure” in decades. During a congressional hearing, Director Kimberly Cheatle accepted full responsibility for the security lapses, promising to rectify them. Lawmakers expressed outrage over the gunman's proximity to Trump at a rally in Pennsylvania, questioning the lack of agents on the roof and monitoring measures. Cheatle reiterated ongoing investigations and calls to resign, though she retains the backing of and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. The attack is considered the most serious since Reagan's attempted assassination in 1981.

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MGCCC’s Willis H. Lott Learning Resources Center receives $10,000 grant from the American Library Association

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www.wxxv25.com Staff – 2024-07-21 14:00:15

SUMMARY: The Willis H. Lott Learning Resources Center at Mississippi Coast Community College's Perkinston Campus has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the American Library Association's Building Library Capacity program for 2024, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The grant aims to enhance library services for individuals and those re-entering society. The initiative will commence in fall 2024 in collaboration with the Center, the Perkinston Campus, and the George County Regional Correctional Facility. The includes partnerships with local to comprehensive re-entry programming and improve resources, technology access, and educational .

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Kindergarten Readiness Assessment Update for 2023-24 shows students made gains, came closer to reaching pre-pandemic levels

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www.wxxv25.com Staff – 2024-07-21 12:00:01

SUMMARY: The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) released the 2023-24 Kindergarten Readiness Assessment (KRA) results, which show significant progress toward pre-pandemic achievement levels. Key findings include 63.8% of kindergarteners meeting the end-of-year target score in spring 2024, up from 61.4% in 2023 but still below the 65.6% in 2019. Scores for MDE's Early Learning Collaboratives (ELC) pre-K also improved to 67.2%, while new Invested Pre-K (SIP) students had 64.2% meeting targets. MDE aims to continue this upward trend by implementing various educational strategies and transitioning to a new assessment vendor, Imagination Station, Inc., in 2024-25.

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