Justin Sellers / The Natchez Democrat — Volunteer John Paul Taylor gives a presentation Tuesday on the “Choice Bus” to a group of Morgantown Middle School sixth-graders emphasizing the importance of continuing their education and staying out of jail. The program, put on through the Mattie C. Stewart Foundation and sponsored by State Farm, targets middle schoolers around the country with the message to stay in school to take advantage of opportunities for their future.
Justin Sellers / The Natchez Democrat — Volunteer John Paul Taylor gives a presentation Tuesday on the “Choice Bus” to a group of Morgantown Middle School sixth-graders emphasizing the importance of continuing their education and staying out of jail. The program, put on through the Mattie C. Stewart Foundation and sponsored by State Farm, targets middle schoolers around the country with the message to stay in school to take advantage of opportunities for their future.

Photo feature: Morgantown students learn about choices

Published 12:01am Wednesday, September 25, 2013

 

Justin Sellers / The Natchez Democrat — Morgantown Middle School sixth-grader Tadarius Wilson, 11, looks at a dummy tucked into a jail cell bed.
Justin Sellers / The Natchez Democrat — Morgantown Middle School sixth-grader Tadarius Wilson, 11, looks at a dummy tucked into a jail cell bed.
Justin Sellers / The Natchez Democrat — Morgantown Middle School sixth-grader Christian Rounds, 11, listens as Taylor gives a presentation.
Justin Sellers / The Natchez Democrat — Morgantown Middle School sixth-grader Christian Rounds, 11, listens as Taylor gives a presentation.