Superintendent of Education Gina Rogers Smith

P.O. Box 1420 or 31 CR 401 Corinth, MS 38834
662-286-5591 / Fax 286-7766 / e-mail webmaster

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For EVERY Child

user inserted image     The employees of the Alcorn School District welcome you to our homepage.  If you need additional information, please contact the Alcorn School District Administrative Offices or one of our school offices, where someone will be glad to assist you.
     Just as our motto says, the Alcorn School District is "For EVERY Child."  The children are the reason the district exists, and our employees strive daily to ensure that every child's needs are met.  Due to the efforts of our educators and students, we are a Grade "B" High Performing School District.  
     Feel free to contact the district office with your suggestions or ideas.  We want to hear from you so that we may better serve our children, parents, and community.  Thank you for supporting our children!  

Headlines & Features

  • ACHS FFA Chapter Attends State Convention
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    State Convention
    On June 2-5, 2014, six members from the Alcorn Central FFA Chapter attended the 81st State FFA Convention held on the campus of Mississippi State University in Starkville. During the convention, FFA members from all over the state are recognized for their success in career development events (cde), chapter awards, and accomplishments of individual supervised agricultural experience programs. Megan Robinson placed 1st in the job interview cde which will qualify her to represent Mississippi at the National FFA Convention in October in Louisville, KY.  
    The agricultural education program in Mississippi’s secondary schools requires that each student plan and implement a supervised agriculture experience program (SAE) related to their career interests during high school. FFA members advance through the Greenhand and Chapter degree levels, investing time, effort and/or money into their SAE and keeping detailed records of the skills they learn, the inventory they may acquire and the work that they accomplish. After two years of Agricultural Education classroom instruction and having invested 500 hours or earned $1500 on their SAE, they are eligible for the coveted State FFA Degree. Shari Armstrong and Megan Robinson of the Alcorn Central FFA Chapter were awarded the highest honor a member can earn, the State FFA Degree.
    Pictured from Left to Right: Courtney Chaffin, Colby Mynatt, Jaxon Rickman, Jordan Hutsell, Clint Ellis, Megan Robinson, Advisor Brandon Derrick

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  • Congratulations to the KHS Academic Team!
    user inserted imageKossuth High School's Academic Team, consisting of Luke Wooten, Emile Neelis, Riley McCalla, Kelsey English, Kaitlin Crum, and Kristen Jacobs, competed on Feb. 1, 2014, at the University of MS Academic Invitational Tournament.  There were 60 teams from MS, TN, and AR competing in 3 divisions.  Kossuth finished as the 2nd seed from their division and went on to compete in the championship bracket, finishing as one of the top 8 teams in the tournament.  Congratulations to these students!!
     
  • Alcorn School District is Featured in Connections
     
    Connections is a Mississippi Department of Education magazine that highlights career and technical education success stories.  Those student and educator accomplishments center around individualized learning plans, outstanding curriculum, superb teachers, and a powerful online learning platform that is orchestrated by the MDE Career and Technical Education Department and produced by Mississippi State University’s Research and Curriculum Unit. 
    The Fall 2013 Connections issue highlights Fred Jackson's Construction Program at the Alcorn Career and Technology Center (pages 13-16) and John Andrews, KHS graduate, as Mississippi's CTE Student of the Year for 2013 (pages 17 & 32)
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  • Mass Choir Festival
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    Alcorn Central returned to the Annual District I Mass Choir Festival under the direction of Jana Matlock.  The participants representing our school were Hannah Byrom, Sara Grace Moore, and Luke Price.  Over 250 voices from area schools joined together on the Northeast campus for a fun filled day of singing.
     
  • Kossuth High School November Rotary Student of the Month
     
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    Kelsey English was recognized as Rotary Club Student of the Month for November from Kossuth High School representing the Alcorn School District.
     
     
     
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