Tunica County Schools gain new curriculum
Curriculum changes that began this year in grades K-2 will help prepare students in the Tunica County School District for success with national standards.
Teachers at Dundee, Robinsonville, and Tunica Elementary Schools have begun implementing the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). This more rigorous curriculum has been adopted in 46 states and the District of Columbia in an effort to improve student achievement across-the-board.
Qualifying period for county office continues through Feb. 27 Nineteen Tunica Countians...
‘Sick out’ keeps public school teachers at home In the remaining...
Miller clocks world’s fastest 60 meters BIRMINGHAM, Ala. –...
Chamber will continue Rivergate Festival The Tunica County...
Year in Review: Actions by local governments dominate news A “State of the...