- Associated Press - Thursday, January 15, 2015

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Here’s a look at schools getting part of $1.47 million in grants to help improve reading instruction in grades K-3:

Biloxi: Popp’s Ferry Elementary, $50,000

Brookhaven: Brookhaven Elementary, $50,000

Canton: Goodloe Elementary, $50,000

Cleveland: Parks Elementary, $50,000



Durant: Durant Public School, $25,000

Greenville: Webb Elementary, $50,000

Harrison County: Bel Aire Elementary, $50,000

Hattiesburg: Burney Elementary, $25,000

Hattiesburg: Rowan Elementary, $25,000

Kemper County: East Kemper Elementary, $24,969.84

Lauderdale County: Northeast Elementary, $25,000

Lauderdale County: Southeast Elementary, $50,000

Montgomery County: Montgomery County Elementary, $50,000

Moss Point: Moss Point Escatawpa Upper Elementary, $50,000

Newton County: Newton County Elementary, $50,000

North Pike: North Pike Elementary, $49,684.32

Pascagoula: College Park Elementary, $50,000

Pascagoula: Gautier Elementary, $50,000

Pass Christian: DeLisle Elementary, $44,585.15

Pearl: Northside Elementary, $50,000

Pearl River County: Pearl River Central Upper Elementary, $35,000

Petal: Petal Primary, $50,000

Picayune: Roseland Park Elementary, $48,209

Pontotoc City: Pontotoc Elementary, $50,000

Prentiss County: Jumpertown Attendance Center, $50,000

Prentiss County: Thrasher Attendance Center, $25,000

Quitman County: Quitman County Elementary, $44,503

South Delta: South Delta Elementary, $50,000

South Tippah: Blue Mountain, $50,000

Walthall County: Tylertown Lower Elementary, $24,360

Water Valley: Davidson Elementary, $49,988.38

West Jasper: Bay Springs Elementary, $50,000

Yazoo City: McCoy Elementary, $ 24,996.97

Yazoo County: Bentonia Gibbs Elementary, $50,000

Source: Mississippi Department of Education.

Sign up for Daily Newsletters

Manage Newsletters

Copyright © 2020 The Washington Times, LLC.

Please read our comment policy before commenting.

 

Click to Read More and View Comments

Click to Hide