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DeSoto County Schools - Katherine Nelson, Director
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Communications Dept May 28
The last of eight DeSoto County Schools' graduations is tonight. Lake Cormorant High School's graduation ceremonies start at 7 pm at the Lander's Center. What an amazing group of students. Oh, the places they will go!
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Communications Dept May 24
Grandchildren make a retirement party grand. Retiring Horn Lake Elementary Principal Cynthia Dunning with her boys.
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Communications Dept May 24
When Horn Lake Elementary Principal Cynthia Dunning retired, current and former principals and colleagues came to wish her well. From left, Dorothy Ann Smith, Rosie King, Anita Guyer, Cynthia Dunning, and Emily Smith.
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Communications Dept May 24
Lake Cormorant High School seniors will graduate at 7 p.m., May 28, Landers Center.
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Communications Dept May 24
"Graduation Walks" are a tradition at all eight DCS high schools. Clad in caps and gowns, seniors walk through elementary school hallways with young students clapping and cheering for them. It makes the seniors feel special; it inspires young students to graduate.
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Communications Dept May 24
Walls Elementary Principal Erica Armstrong welcomed seniors from Lake Cormorant High.
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Communications Dept May 23
Walls Elementary Secretary Kandi Walker got to leave her post for a moment to greet her son, Brayden, as he and other Lake Cormorant High seniors walked the halls in their caps and gowns.
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Communications Dept May 23
If your desk is on wheels, you can move to where you are needed in a moments notice. Amy Cobb, assistant principal at Walls Elementary School, can keep an eye on the hallways and complete paperwork at the same time.
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Communications Dept May 23
Many hands make light work, as is the case at Walls Elementary. Jaylen, William and Jackson were ready to help their teacher on the last day of school 2019.
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Communications Dept May 23
Greenbrook Elementary Principal Melynda Crockett is retiring from DeSoto County Schools. Cynthia Dixon will become the new principal July 1st.
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Communications Dept May 23
"To educate is to change lives forever."2019 DeSoto County Schools Retirees--this distinguished group of educators includes four principals, many teachers, and others. SouthGroup Insurance sponsored a retirement breakfast with the Superintendent.
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Communications Dept May 22
Maria Crespo and Lisa Pruiett are two of the hardworking PTO Moms that volunteer to acknowledge the teachers and staff at Olive Branch Elementary. Great parent involvement=great learning environment.
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Communications Dept May 21
DeSoto County Schools seniors earned more than $97 million in scholarship offers. This is a new record for the district.
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Communications Dept May 21
DeSoto Central High Principal Cliff Johnston orchestrated the senior walk through DeSoto Central Primary School.
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Communications Dept May 21
DeSoto Central Primary School Principal Colleen Long welcomed DeSoto Central High seniors to her school. Seniors thanked their elementary teachers and served as strong role models for the young students at this K-2 school. Mrs. Long also got to welcome her niece.
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Communications Dept May 21
Leading a walk through Lewisburg Middle School is Lewisburg High Principal Chris Fleming and four of his seniors. LHS Graduation at 10 a.m. on Saturday.
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Communications Dept May 21
Two principals who are also proud Moms as they see their sons donning caps and gowns.
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Communications Dept May 21
Lewisburg High senior baseball buddies, and friends for life.
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Communications Dept May 20
Colton Cleary and Jonathan Wiseman received a number of academic awards at the Lewisburg Middle School Awards Ceremony. With LMS Principal Brad Meadows
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Communications Dept May 20
Maylee Crider Samples won a 6th grade science award and her mother, Amanda Samples, and her grandmother, Bobbie Crider, came to the Lewisburg Middle School's Awards Ceremony.
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